THL'RSDAY. JULY 2, 1925
THE CAROLINA MOUNTAINEER
lynes Scott Gollege
9) ecatur, rieorejia
Zfteaa of Vocal artment of ljnea
Scott College 90.92S
Ob's . fifth Summer Season
Waynesuille, J '. C
jui 6ti to Jfttgust f-5th
Sjaecia Stumer ate
Tiio Wessons (ba ci Week . $25.00
ree Wessons (SacA "Week $-35.00
Short of It
Is We Must
STKAW HATS AT
It is no ;v time for us to clear our store
of every STRAW and there is only one
way to do it. that we know about make
the prices so low that men will buy now
for next season's needs. Note the prices
we have them marked buy and save.
Down in Froglevel
Who ha blue eyes and ong curly
h&i r. i
"But atylea have changed since then
And now bobbed hair is all the go."
But still my mother firmly stands
"hat long curly hair will win a man.
It may oerhaps but not for me
To lose1 my chance on such a fee,
I'll have mine bobbed in latest style
So I can rest assured awhile.
That I'm in style with people fair
And not with folks who have long
And now I know 111 be sure to win
Some great big hasty hustling Jim.
MRS. W. H. LINER HOSTESS.
On Friday afternoon Mrs. W. H. '
Liner gave a party in compliment to
her house guest, Mrs. Iowil Taylor
of Memphis, Tenn. Daisies were ef
fectively used and the motif of yel
low and white carried out in detail
in all the arrangements. Bridge was
enjoyed at six tables. The honoree
was presented with two hand embroid-1
ered towels, while the high score!
entittleil Mrs. Jack Way to a dresen
flower bowl. The consolation, a pair'
of red roses, fell to Mrs. Harrv
Rotha. The hostess was assisted in
receiving and serving her guests by j
her daughter. Mrs. Hayes Alley.
Among those playing were Mes
dtmes R. O. Covington, Walter Hay-!
or, W. C. Garrison, Caroline) de !
Neegaard, J. W. Seaver, Ray Francis.
C. F. Kirkpatrick, R E. Wood of
Baltimore, Joe Graves, Guy Massie,
M H. Reeves, Harry Hotha, R. L.
Allen. Chasv Thomas, T. G. Boyd,
Horton of Abbeville, S.C., Pennebaker '
of Na.shville, Tenn., Harry Hull, J. R.I
Thomas, David Miller and the Misses
Josephine Thomas and Roben.1 .Miller.
J. N. SHOOLHREI) GIVES
Mrs. J. N'.Shoolbred, who is enter
taining with a series of lovely par.'
ties, irave another delightful affair'
on Saturday afternoon to honor her
daughter, Mrs. Walter Taylor of.
Catonsville, Md. Three tables were
arranged for brdge. At the conciu-1
sion of the games Miss Sara Ttiomas'
held the lucky scorce and was given an
I ice tea set of riber mats, while the1
Consolation, a jar of powder, fell to j
Mrs. Have.s of Canton. Among those
playing were, Mesdames ("has. Hanle,
Guy Massie, C. F. Kirkpatrick, R. K
Wood, Walter Taylor, 'David MiUer,
Roy Francis, Hayes. Robt. Osbonu,
of West Palm Beach, Fla., ani 'ho
Mioses Josephine and Sara Thomas. I
Maggie. N. ".. June . 1925.
I wish to thank the good ladies for
the erod dinner they gave'us and the'
kindness they showed us. 1
They have given us many dinners
and all were iood an l nice, but this
was the best nuhlic dinner I was ever
I met many old friends, many I
knew and many I didn't know. I
promsed Mr. John Queen the next
dinn 'i' I would make a speech. I
wi-h to state this, that Uncle Bob
Plott. Bill Justice and Bill Griffon
were on pirket post in Kentucky,
September 8 lHtiH. and the Ynnkies
tame on us, looked like about a hun
'u'l 'I' them, and we got from there.
SELF-EVIDENT I AC I',
'ilw lew of an income t'ix. at pro;,
i" rates, is a f :: i r and economically,
euni' me.'ins of lai-m ;'i' inm.ense
Mvenu s rcouirel fit oner.'t'en r f the
I'livemment. "'i'.:t I '.. lav must n..t
i" levied at rat-.'. . h''li a- t h.i.n
per business, slacker, miti.it :v, d.s
tui b investment and en -mirage avoid
ance of the tax.
If the position of the income t:x
is to be made secure, we must prove
its essential integrity. We must give
I to the . nt ' i law wh'-; .1sV' ! e
most obv'ous doors of cscaoe from
taxation v.-jttjotjt ::t :iif -.iic ; 1
exposing the law to ivnNvie ;
I loading it with complicate 1 provisi n--'
'unsuccessful in stopping tax avoid.1
lancp. Our present law has many of
these de fects.
Taxable investment should yield .1
! return of about 8 ner cent to equal the
net return of a 4H per cent tax-exempt
On the other hand, under a total
inoimal and surtax of 20 per cent, a
taxable security yielding slightly
more than 5 per cent would be'
equivalent in net return to per
cent municipal bond. '
We can see, therefore, if the sur-,
tax rates are reduced to a reasonable
tftfrure, the lure of tax exempt secu-1
ritiej will become less appealing and
the man of large income will find it
advantageous to invest in productive '
' lV t a littl. irl
AnJ m nv hair in arrest long carls.
t f.v.'jrj' . . MM .... t .
I You should be proud of your curly
"For sometime in your future life
8ome nice man wiH want a wife.
And he's sure to look for a maiden
Camp Wyconda for Boys will open,
j July 1st at Chestnut Park. Swim-1
I miner, tehwis, (hiking, boding; Ad-'
. dress Mrs. Brenner Gilmer, Camp
I Mother, Waynesville, N. C. 2to
II U M
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ear need no longer sacrifice some
thing of beauty, or of performance.
For now they can buy an Gldsmo
bile Six, and get, not one, or two,
but all three of these qualities.
More expensive cars do equal its
beauty and match its performance.
But what other one car offers com
parable beauty and comparable perfor
mance at a comparable price?
By far the most convincing proof
we can offer is the car itself. Just
look at it then drive it and your
admiration will be won! Tele
phone or call and we will gladly
loan you a car.
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- puts tax
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lor small table.
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