OpporlLty'vfnipirc--Waynesvillc Altitude 2,850 Feet-Unsurpassed Nacre! Resources for the location of Manufacturing Industries
VOLUME XXXVII. NUMBER 2.1 ,
WAYNESVILLE, HAYWOOD COUNY, NORTH CAROLINA THURSDAY, JUNE II, 1926
$2.00 Year in AaVaaee, $249 if not m PaM
Last week local oou was formed
of the great Appahachain Scenic High
ghway. Much tnthu.itatrt. wis 'mas
ifested'and the spirit of co-operation
mnd the number of membership tub
acribed for shows that Wayno&eiBe
and Haywood county can always be.
relied upon to put over aary oAd -aM
movements that hare for their ultl
mate object the growth ana prosper
itp of this entire rejreion. Below is a
list of those subscribing as turned in
to the Carolina Mountaineer by one
of Waynesville's greatest boosters,
Mr. Fatio Duafaasn:
SnDacfapfiosn Apatelarfcain Scenk
Wm, A. Band (CaroQBa Moun
taineer) Publicity 126.00,
Milliard B. Atkins Cheok U)M
Dr. J. R M-cCraclcen Check $10.00
Fation Damnem Hftcl Qordon) ,.
MeCraciwn Clothiatg Co. Check 410.00
Dr. J F. Abel Cher, 10,00
J. L. StrmgfieM Check; $10.00
Hugh J. Sloan Check $10.00
F. W. Miller Check H)i00
J. C Fisher, Hazelwood, .
N. C Check 110.00
J. 51 Ixmg, Haaelwood,
IK. C ChecK $10.00
James W. Heed Check $10.00
Joe Mormino Check $10.00
Bnunlett Bros., Livery
Membership . Check $24-00
Waynes-viTai Gro. Co. ..Check $10.00
Waynevrille Book Store Check $MJM
J. H. Mock Cheik $M.w0j
First National "Bank Cssp'tfift,
J. H. Way, Sr. Che?k (10.90
Hyatt Oo. Chaci: $25JTO
F. G. Rippetoe Check 910.0
Walker A "PerguBon . . . .Check $10.00
Cherokee Arato Co. . . . Cheek ilftM
J. P. Swift CnecbllOO
Azandor "Drag Store Cjiedk'Oa
farmer Kay .-Cash tl$.P
D. M. Shraon : Check! 10.06
W- t. Mebatfey Co.... $10.00
Mrs. M. Ki)gort 110.00
H. G. Stone Check $10.00
Martin Eleurfic Go Check $10.00
J ere Davis Check f lQ.vt
G. C. Piatt Check $10.00
WaynesvTDe Barber Shop - $25:00
C. R. Thomas $10.00
Haywood Soppry Co. . . .Check $10.00
R. L. Prerost Check $10.00
Rufns SuVr Chick $10.00
R. N. Barber Check $10.00
WayneswiTle Pharmacy .Check $10.00
WaynesTille Book Store .Check $100
Hassie Furniture 'Oo. . Check $25.00
S. C. Satterthwait Chcct $10 00
Roy Martin Check $10 00
Bass A Withers Check $10.00
Kenmore Hotel O. M.
Bell) ....Check $10.00
'Clyde Ray Check $10.00
Blackwell ft BushneTI ...Check $26.00
Burgin Bros Cheek: $10.00
There is an adage to the effect
-that every great institution is but the
lengthened shadow of a man This is
peculiarly true of the Appalachian
Early in 1924, Mr. Ro.sc oe A. Mar
vel, owner-manager of Kenilworth
Inn, Asheville, N. C. president of the
Western North Carolina Motor Club,
president of the Cleveland-Marietta.
Asheville-Florida Highway, and officer
.in lerveral other highway associa
tions, set out to give Asheville better
highway connection to the North. In
the pursuit of this purpose, he spent
months of his own time, thousands
of dollars, tore up several cart, and
by person or proxy, explored thous
ands of miles of roads, ranging from
excellent to impoesrble.
As this work progressed, there grew
out of it, five highways, all of which
are now recognized by the National
Highway Association and .will appear
on this year's maps. Of these, by far
the most important is the Appalachian .
Scenic Highway, which has been left,
to the last for development- Its im
portance may be judged from the
fact that Mr. Chas. E. Davis, presi
dent of the National Highway Asso
ciation, is quoted as saying that it
will develop into the most popular and
bast' traveled highway in. Eastern
Having its northern terminal at
.Quebec, Canada, the Appalachian
Scenic Highway runs almost due
- southwest, jta principal southern term,
.in w twtatf La, ... At Bar-.
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For Tourist Season
OPENING OF THE HOTEL GOR
DON AND BON AIR.
The Carolina Mountaineer,
Waynesville, N. C.
Dear Mr. Band:
In regard to your inquiry for a
little information with reference to
the opening of the Hotel Gordon and
We are opening the Hotel Hon Air
Sunday, June 14th. This season the
Bon Air will operated exclusively on
the American plan. Heretofore it
fyas been run as an annext to the
Hotel Gordon. Parties roaming in
the Bon Air took their meals at the
Gordon! (The dining roam of the
Bon Air was operated as a Grill and
Tea Room), separate and distinct.
Thie season the Grill and Tea Room
will be done away with and the dhrng
room operated only on the American
plan. Of course, outside parties can
take any one of the three meals they
desire in the regular dining room at
a taHe de' hotre price.
The Hotel Gordon will open July
1st and on the evening of Jury 4th,
we will have the formal opening, thr
occasion to be marked by i special
dinner and dance. It also ushers
in the Tegular dances for the summer
season which are held every evening
during the week at 9 P. M. exaept
Sundays and Thursdays.
We hare an unusual lot of god
bookings Tor his summer and unless
aTl urges fail, it will he one el the
best seasons we have ever enjoyed.
In wry opinion, the good rovls rn this
Ticinity are woing us be a great booh
to the resort busines. Heretofore,
TJVtipla hare been deprived of the
plaawxre of weeing Waynesville if fhey
were 'H flie'tr cars and I thine Waynes
Hie only liae to be s'-er. ! ap
pivjc'iated. Youm ve-y truly,
; v - FAT 10 DTJKHtVM
ANMJAL JUNE PICNIC U. "D..C.
The United Daughters of the Con
feoaracy will give the annuel 3une
picnic ilrnner to the veteran, their
wrres and Widows on June the 16th
The TSwugStters and Sons of "Veterans
will meet the Veterans, Wives and
Widows 'or Veterans at the court
house at twelve o'clock and will be
taken to the home of Mrs. Leon M
Kiuian, wnere a bountiful picnic
dinneT will be served.
The program will be given on tht
court house lawn .before the clinher
which wTH be as follows:
Prayer by Rev. C. T. Tew.
Song, Bonny Blue Flag, by IDaugh
itrs and Sons of Confederacy.
Speech by Hon. Felix E. ADey.
'Delegate to Reunion. Md. ID. I..
BOY SCOUT NEWS.
The public of Waynesville are or
lially invited to H.tend field meet,
Tuesday afternoon at 5:00 o'clock cn
the Episcopal ch nvh grounds given
by the Scouts of frop Nr.. 1. ui ehow
the public wnat Sco.jtf can d.
We hope the ;i I':!; - will make a
Bp.iial effort 'o".n! this fi! I meet
s as to encourage the boys in their
The boys and official; of troop one
wish to extend their thanks to the
Rev Mr. New and the officii! of ths
LpiMopal church for allowing the
.couts to use the Pa'Is'i House and
grounds for scout meetings and games
Mr. and Mrs. New will give the
fronts of troop one a weiner roait
Friday evening at 6:00 o'clock. Reg
ular scout meeting will be held at 8
MOSE HARVEY Scout -Serine
MRS. T GRADY BOYD HONOREE.
' 'On Wednesday at one-thirty o'clock
Mrs. M. H. Reeves entertained with
a bridge luncheon to compliment Mrs.
Grady Boyd, recent bride. After the
delicious six course luncheon wsis
served, several exciting progreasions
os, bridge wre enjoyed. "Atjha con
clusion of wh,ich the honors' nii jjiVein
a bo'ttle of perfume and the prixe for
the top score, a deck of cards', was
won by 'Miss Josephine Thomas.'
.Those present in addition to the above:
Mesdarr.es Roy Frsnc:s, Wm. Hannah,
ad the Misses Sara . Tbowe and
JUNALUSKA SUPPLY COMPANY,
COMPREHENSIVE MERCATILE I
Yes, that is the
For manv vears the romantic Cher.
okee name, "JuaafctsW suggw j
only the lake and the summer resort
now mown nv wiai apjei.kiuu.
Few who go to enjoy the lake and
other diversions offered by the re -
fort even pause to observe '.hat one of
the most interesting and extensive
r.-rcantile .' V -. ,rr. i s in Wejti-rn
North Carolina, has in a comparative
ly few years, "pr in up at the main
entrance to the grounds. The growth
and ta expansion of it have been
The Junaluska Suppfly Company
made its beginning in 1912. That was
oiu$ thirteen years ago. The start
ws made on a very small scale.
Now under practically one roof you
con find there every commodity, every
thing needed for the coiaTort of ex
istence in a summer resort eomrrum.
ty as well as in the farming com
anunity which the e?ttahrWhment serves.
Indeed, you will find tlhere ni3t of
the 'luxuries demaitded mow-a-dayn.
The main building iff a three story
brick structure t?0 by 100 feet with a
convenient basement under it. The
main sales room m 40 by 100 feet.
In it attractive lirrae of all classes of
5neial merc'".ar-Te are displayed
The central position of this room
is occupied by trbe meat and provi
sion market. Sen C. C. Chamber
U the chief motionary, and n great
expert has he heco ne Li cktering t
the discriminating and exacting pal
ate of the sasnmer resort rs. No OMi
knows so well as He that the palate
is the chcif orgwn of delight post-
eased hy no small fractjn of his
Qaude Fnsncis and Dallas RatbH
bone are the other courteous and af
fable salesmen in the main depart
ment of the tflsmt,
To the left of the main entrance Is
j the door of the drug department winch
ncludes an ice cream parlor nd finrtfWaynesville and the entire community.'11511 Birtfst church to Clyde Baptist
class soda, fountain
To the rrght of the main entrance
ia the garage where Ford cars and
supplies are sold, also accessories for
other automdbiles and a complete "er-ij
vice station is maintained for the con
venience of aTl wayfarers who roll by
the doors ef this inviting establieh
nent. James Parties nresides over the
garage and service station.
.lUKt back of the garag? is found the
lumber and building materiral depart
ment. Here are carried in stock full
lines of buildinir materials of such vn
riety and quality as should satisfy
the exactions of any reasonable per
son. A planer and all other wood
working machinery necessary to fit the
lumber for the erection of the finest
of cottages and residences have long
Hardy Lin and Millard Poteat a:e
in charge of this department, an j all
who seek tli-ir services, and the build
ing linea they handle will at all titties
find them thoughtful and attentive.
And here it may be interesting to
mention that in this department th. rc
is now assembled a stock of building
mateiial afone worth morie than
$60,000. With this suggestion thensa
casual survey of the entire estab
lishment of the Junaluska Supply
Company sets in motion come inter
esting guessing as to the whole amount
of the capitalization of the concern.
Just think of finding here in a coun
try store everything demanded by
modern civilization from a lip stick
to the last no.'.l in builldtne ma
terial for the 'finest of residences, i
Wlhere can you beat it?
And the financial and commercial
geniuses back up this properous and
stun expanding establishment are
jerry uner ana nugn j. sioan, na-
tives of the vicinity, too well known
to require anything in the way of
introduction or comment from the
Carolina Mountaineer Unlike the fa.
bled -. Persian who eearched the world
over for the pearl of great price only
to return when his days were about
numbered to find it - in the rivulet
purling by the' door of - ! lirth
place, Mr. Liner and Mr. Sloan have
tarried at home and have dug
out the pearl of commercial success
right hom oa the ahoro of good oll
Richland creek. Selah.
Dram ,in kwoale Cars Have
FiBed Many Orders ia Waynes.
ville and Vicinity.
The Oldsmobite, tor four yeart
introduced in Waynesville has become
popular car of medium price, and,
- hae iwowe-ecognieTi-s nej
bt cre built for climbing the
mountain highways, and for the etrain
" - - ,
Pd upon them in mountain ser-
Realizing the sterling worth of Mr llarged and greatly improved and Mr.
H. E. Graham, salesman of Noland: and Mrs. Speare say they are going
Motor Co. which the Oldsmobile be- to have a splendid season. Several
came sole agents for this territory and
have spared no efforts or expense in'
placing the merits of the Oldsmobile!
before the residents of Haywood coun
ty. Mr. R. L. Noland, the proprietor
and manager, is particularly interested
n the needs of the farmer, and knows
. , I Rev. and Mrs. R. V. McCracken, Dr
that the farmer, more than anyone, , ,
f Jnd Mrs. T. A.Roberts and others at-
good automobile. The splendid roads' nnded union fng st Cr"fee
..... i.,r. n M.v.i MB(''t Sunday and took active part in
. . . . .
demaad a good car, and the cost is
M-k;i Tti 4 A ,w
twenty JJive miles on a gallon of gas
oline is not an unusual record.
According to its initial cost and
upkeep, the Oldsmobile, whatever
type or model, is one of the hand
somest amtomobiles msnfactured, and
v., .. u i t i
...... ..u.u, uc pvu
to ww. nd show his friends.
Mr. Noland not only sella ears, but
giwes xcallent serticc and carries
flail lines of accessories, supplies and
parts. Th garage and sales room is
knawj) for many miles in every direc-
tion ai-oand Waynesville. Mr. R. L.
NtewoQ'ig also known aa a ousinesa
man of ability, and aa a citizen is
known for his honesty in all dealings
n for -his integrity and fair treat-
jsttemt to hia customers.
It. .Noland is an ardent supporter southeast irom Myoe, wiw
of every program advantJ for the'n-niin,B n,B,bei', af whom tw"
eood of thia solendid count, and iel1- r nl thre c1-
Uer eater to offer his support to:ored- Th membership is now abQt
nromete the greater progress and
prosperity of Haywood county, of
He is a Knight Templar, a Metho-
ddist, a Democrat and a man who
Iava, hia falliw man wA Vi o a , a. A
eniration and respect of aB who know
HONOR OF MISS ISA BELLE
Iketifhtful Bridge I arty at the Hour
of Mrs. W. S. Shepherd.
from the Winston Sentinel.
One ofjtihe most charming entertain -
anents of the late spring waj gien
on Saturday afternoon when Mrs W
SL Shepherd and Miss Joscelyn Mc-
Do well entertained at bridire at the
loreUy home of Mrs. Shepherd honor-
ing Miss Isabelle McDowell whose en-
gagoment has recently been announc-
ed, the wedding to take nlace in the
summer and Miss Miss Flossie Teckle
of Burlington whose marriage to Mr.
John Edgar of iFayetteville will ie
solemnized in June.
Mrs. Shepherd and Miss MIowll
received their guests and presented dl.fgM1 by prominent Haywood speak-then-
charming honorees. Miss Mc- m ad wakers from othtT counti
Dowell was lovely in . Beautiful gown , t .... . M .
of Hortense blue. MUs Teckie was
very attractive in a gown of ecru over'
Four tables were placed for bridge
in the lovely rooms where myriads
of spring flowers added charm to the
pretty seen Ragged -obin, snap
dragon and many other of the sea-
son's most beautiful flowers were ef-
festively arranged throughout the
home. After a number of games
Marion Erird was awarded the prize,
a bottle of bath satp kifd Mis Ethel
uh iwivd b lroi'tinn nri
. novelty collection wf, jreio for
to., k ....... . .
ine n ir.orco wei pre-
p'f. fQy their
At five o'clock
nuiii'e-- cf i!ji-
tonal guests came n for tea.
A n'Ost delic'du salad course, fol
lowed by parfaH and cake was erred.hllt no oftVtr of tmt sh, contwet
MISS MORRISEY A MEMBER.
It may be interesting .to the local Greensboro News Company and an-j which he feela considerable pride and
chapter D. A. R. to. know that Mia other member of the council, Julian justly so. Considering his busy ca
iMarie Morrisey. who will sing - in Price, is chief stockholder In the com. reer as a businesg man it follow that
Wynri)l July 2nd is a nembr of pany that, publishes the Greensboro tne acquaintanr must have boon
taa National. organiatin and active Reeord, afternoon paper. New and formed in the course of ujeful oca
in the work of the Observer. -ommendkble' icti vti-ss
Mr. Jesee I). Boone who was until
lecently editor of the Mountaineer
Courier, was here last Saturday and
asked the writer to begin
to begin again as
local correspondent for the Carolina
Mountaineer. Not only Mr. Boone, but
qujte number of others say they
want to read a letter from Clyde oc
The Clyde Inn is considerably en-
have already come from Florida.
Mrs. Robert Harris, who has charge
of Skyland Camp, has made several
improvements on her propertp and
contemplates the best year in the his
tory of this very popular camp for
I the services. The Clyde male quar-
, m . ,
tet composed of Dr. A. C. Downs, Jen y
Robinson, Crawford Sanford and D
S. B. Medforrd sanir several selections
during the day.
The revival meeting which closed
last Sunday evening resulted in about
twenty-five accessions to the churcn.
The pastor, Rev. Frank Stler, was
vrv fthlv &&LAtfd hv fir. Gihbs. nastor
! J '
of Mtbodtet church at Canton.
We are -),d to report that the wa
terworks for Clyde will be completed
within the next eight .it ten days at a
c0t 0f not lets than $35,000.00. H if
believed that the state highway, our
waiter system and two splendid achoola
will oiake our town grow as never
Oo July 80th, 184, when an awful
war was being waged between the
states. Pleasant Hill Baptist church
;a organized on an eminence one
lw nuMrM- A0"1 two f
nm hn$l t Pleasant
i church. Several months ago the
church voted to erect a tnondern brick
structure to cost about $12,000.00
' wlii.l. nll it . ' 1 out. 1 n n,.wnm.
iV ... . , . , ,
date the increasing membership and
I the Haywood Institute student body.
Th work on the new huilding started,
joff father slowly, but is now moving,
I nicely and will probably be under roof j
by1 Aug. 1st. The first brick was laid
.by the pastor, Rev. R. P. McCracken,
June 1, 1926 at 11:48 o'clock, when
I work on the walls aoove tne concrete .ttgle rendeivd very markel service
' hegan. Mr. Orville Haynes.lin putting the school affairs of the
nd mechanic, pave Mr. Mc-
a quarter to lay the first
bnck- Mr' Ml-C racken lr"v' tfle qU91 Pncrease of salary for the father and
lr hi wif who Kave i( to ttiel inuring payment of it. A'fo Mr
Woman's Missionary Son -ty ,,y whom
,l W,U be '"" ''ont "-"".other movements for the ,ocil and
4 i -w. , nA Iknc SnatiiM.Mii k I - .1 a 1 j i . r . i
cu.i.v n i.e iiiwiwi piuuun.iK; . ui.u .
for the chunh. It is earnestly hoped
that every member of the chuicb vi ill
be present Friday, 1 2th ins' , when
the corne? stone will be laid. The
gathering, beginning at eleven and
.-lnsino- at. t.hre o'clock will h ad-
un,i ,4f. tn i,
. ,liv In(.al j.,.-,.
witn tne assistance oi good people
6neraiiv. the denomination here ex-
-t, 0 buiI(1 th ,.rd . hou n?
nr,hin th., .h-ii . tn .l.
tow th ,ienomination and Ilavwoo.i
COUNCIL OWNS STOCK.
E. B. Jeffreys, mayor of Greens-
boro, told city councilmcn this after-
noon that T. J. Murphy, editor and
k. -U .)..:.. '
, "' ...uu .lum, a
Jl "vvwwu uimi Ul
j'unles the city's tax list is pubdished
!in the Patriot and not in either of
the dafly paprs, he wiU proceed
against two members of the council
.under the state law which provides
firm of which he is an ffcer.
Jeffress ie prosldent of the
D. M. CAGLE SON. PROMINENT
MERCANTILE CONCERN OF
Mighty oaks from little acorni grow.
So said the old time copy books.
Influential business concern often
trace their beginning back to some
dinky little country store.
From small store on Jonathan's
Creek at the mouth of Cove Creek has
grown the very respectable business
concern in Clyde owned and doing
business under the firm name of D. M.
Mr. Cagle, the senior, was born and
raised in Jonathan's Creek section.
Suj h book learning as he acquired
wm uch as the country school of the
neighborhood afforded in the early
Although raised on the farm far
from the busy marts of trade Mr.
Cagle in his early manhood ft'k tne
stirrings of. commercial instinets
Yielding to them he opened a liittle
store at the mouth of Cove Creek as
already mentioned, m 1897. His cap
ital was very small to start wit'i, but
he prospered from the very beginning
and continued to prosper there for IS
In 1906 he moved to Clyde and
opened up in the stor.' huild.rg near
t ie head of tl.e brii);- over l'itrecn
r v.r. where ni ke perit continued to
Two pears ago he moved up .treet
to the present location of thei." pt''ie
near the railroad.
D, M. Cagle, Jr. is the jui.:oi mem
bar pf the firm and act .i etneral
fa their store very at active lines
of all classes of general merchandise
..i always to .i f jjn! One reed n i
spend much time in observation to
diisepver that their store is a vary
r ovular onj ind tlat the Cg
command a fair share of the patron
age of the. community.
To continue popular and successful
in business for 38 years in practically
the tame locatlity sneaker volumes.
And if you will Iftgure a little you will
find Mr. Cagle Sr. has been in business
fpr the period mentioned. Ail that
spells honesty, fair dealing, pood bus.
iness judgment and worthy sc: l ice to
But M'"- Cogle'.s services I j lw com
munity have not been confined en-
tirely to commercial lines, hi.urtetn
year he served on the county board
of education. The first and second
terms he served under appointment.
The remainder of the period by popu.
i-- (.lection ..;! nu:i) iti Mr.
county on a sound financial basis
Also he did much towa, tccuring
Cagle has always been a five in all
euucauon. oeuerment or .n. com-
Two or three years ago Mr. '.."aR!
bought a fsS acre farm north of the
I'lor. riw: : ie v.'.iy out of town.
There lat.t summer he had a rather
vpacious and very elegant residence
rwted. Its appointments and furn
ish ngs are all the most modern and
first class in every respect. From
the front norch of this residence a
panorama of mountains may be ser
vtyed which in beauty and interest is
probably unsurpassed in the county.
Mr. Cagle's farm is all set in grass.
Three acres of it have a good stand
of alfalfa. This experiment with al
falfa is being watched with a good
deal of interett by Mr. Cagle'
N'othwithstand:n ; the ntti sctivencss
of his farm home Mr. Cagle wan.s
to sell it. He says he is no farmer
and has no ousiness with it. So
here's hopinr that a buyer for the
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in win mkiii come wiong ana xnnt
IV. IlIWi; .VM.B JH 1 . lgl? Will COn-
tinue to prosper as a merchant.
Almost we failed to mention it
Bnd jn way jt is really noteworthy
M, r- Iays cl.im to ,he omnioB
that he probably is personally ac-
with more people than
othc- man in Hay-
It isa distinction in
Ms-w.A..-a3i'l.-:. -'- i