THE CAROLINA MOUNTAINEER
The W. DJcGracta
Containing 256 acres to be sold for
Divison Among Heirs
Thurs. July 9 10:30 a. m.
Located 4 miles from Junaluska on Concrete
Highway No. 209, Leading Into Tennessee.
This Valuable Farm Has Been Cut Into
Small Tracts And Must Be Sold For The
High Dollar. Close To Good Schools And
Churhes, Well Watered With Plenty Of
Wood. Also Fruit Trees On Every Tract.
Easy Terms: Band Concert!
C. J. Jeffress Realty Co.
Ash evil I c, North Carolina.
UNCLE LEBO MED FORD GIVES
VIEWS ON HOSPITAL.
It is said that wise men change
their minds, but fools never do.
Sometimes it requires a great mis
fortune to show ub the error of our
way. When the registration books
for the hospital election opened, I
went and registered with full inten
tion of voting ogainst hospital bonds,
not that I had anything against 'hos
pitals, but mainly because I had heard
so much talk about the increase in,
.axes that this bond issue would
About four years ago I lost my
left eye from glaucausa. For several
months my right eye has been grad
ually failing, and J am now prac
tically blind. On Monday, June 20th,
I was struck with a severe pain in
this right eye, ami from my former
experience, I wa satisfied I was go
ing to have to have an operation, and
1 thanked the good Lord that there
was a hospital right here near home
where I could go.
1 then told the boys that we have
been all wrong on this hospital elec
tion and that we would have to get
I was in the hospital six days. 1
was operated on by a man whom 1
have known all his life, and being a
personal friend, he did everything
he could for my comfort. My wife
was constantly by my side, and the
boys and neighbors could con.e tc
see mo every morning and pet back
home in time to do a full days work
You haw no idea bow much these
things mean to a sick man unless ou
have had the experience I hsv" just
had. If I had gone to a i Ashcvillo
hospital, I am satisfied my bill would
have been more than ;w,ee what it
was here, and I couldn't have had the
members of mv family with me as I
had them here except at Rreat ex
pense and unconvenie.ire to them, as
well as n"glect of hu-sincss at homo.
It seems that all t" bit; corpora
tions, factories and liairir, in the
iniinty are in favor of this measure,
and as they have to pav the larger
part of th;' taxes. 1 can't understand
why a "oor man and smail taxpay
er can afford to be against it. The
poor man will be the on" most ben
efited anvway, as he cjin't eo to a
distant hospital and pay the big
prices they charge.
1 am writing this to urare my fel
low citiz-n: i at to w i t unti'. they
-ee serious illness, r 'ir. operation
.staring then ,n the f.icc, ! ; 'hoy
see their duty in roga'd to this grest
and impor iBt quest, n Let' get
together and b iild this ho.-.p.y.
(Signed) LEBO MEDFORD.
MARY PICK FORD COMING TO
Manager Edwards of the Wayne
wood Theatre, announces as the at
traction for his house, Mary Pick
ford's latest pproducton, July 8th,
"Dorothy Vemor of Haddon Hall."
This picture;, now bein released
throughout the country by United
Artists, is based on the popular novel
of the same name by Charles Major.
The book was one of America's most
eeasational "best sellers," and the
photoplay is one of the high spots
in this year's dramatic offerings.
"In 'Dorothy Vernon of Haddon
Hall'," said Manager Edwards, "Mary
Pickford gives her greatest screen
characterization, for this picture of
fers an appeal to men, women and
children alike, and my patrons will
bear me out that it is the most stu
pendous picture the star has ever
Marshall Neilan acts as director for
Mi.ss Pickford for the first time since
"Daddy Ixng Legs," and has brought
into this production that human
ness" for which he is justly famous.
The photography is in the able hands
of Charles Bosher, who has been
identified with Miss Pickford for
years and is without peer in his pro
North Side Ode.
North Side Circle of the Baptist
church met Tuesday with Mrs. Craw
ford. About a dozen members spent
the afternoon sewing- for the bazaar
which they expect to give during the
Special txcitJ 1
sold, to Niagaif T -
below: rL i
Via Souther ""jRalt
more and Ohio &&. -August
12 and Hi f ,
sylvania Railroad, 4WT ,,a Wr
gust 5 and 10; Septemha I? ? ) !
Ticket limited to .18 Ay IwantCji ' v,
date of sale and parties Blfc fanul V.f
must reach point ZTOBa WOMB
chastd rxfore midntjfb M;WW4
Tickets good going- nd wtormn i ,
on all trains on wratnorn iTv,wt .: .
except No. 37 and MOHMfefef V?
Limited.! V'S? W
The following; rales wnitapj
stations named belQW
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Waynesville . .y JH JI
Through sleeping cam 1Y- jk&yiAj 1
ville 4::t0 P. M. ATltV WpBWrafSf
7:4.r following raorninff. , ..L-ii
returnang: vq-Mifitcfrf a
On Wednesday, June the 24th, at
the home of Mr. J. I'. Dotson I united
in matrimony his daughter, Miss An
nie Dee Dotson to Mr. Carey
Smathers. The bride was beautifully
dressed in white, looked very attrac
tive. Mr. Smathers, who is o worthy
young man, is to he congratulated in
winning such a lovely and beautiful
bride. After the wedding the bride
and groom with a number of their
friends started out on a camping trip
to Mount I'isgah, that they might de
light themselves in the cool mountain
breeze and enjoy the beautiful scen
ery. We wish for this worthy pair their
full share of success and happiness as
they sail the sea of time together.
P. L. TERRELL.
turn iourwy stopover! Will M WWf"i
ed not to exceed 10 dy iriWttW.
limit of ticket, at Bufflo.lHa".
burg, Philadelphia, Wilmjijrfiy 8
timore and Washington, f jrJF ' '" ' "
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t ions not shown above. . fr AMT3
Call on local ticket
dress the undersigned.
r low fares tut , a
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m,., rhrUtum an i ant
operator for MmeVRMtSTnstaM
New York, will be locateil;.?
Salon from now ''n duin,
mer. Hacial treatments, tbttf.
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DISSOLUTION OF FARTNEE'
j Notice is hereby
1 partnership of Duckft .0'
'Creek, has been diMfrw ' .
1 Mr. s. H. Duckrtf having a'1
interests to J. C. Nolanrt m
Mooney wrMK.sM.Tie all'-OaJje'
and ore cnt tied to Cfe.HJCT an mo
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July 16, pad.
For Sale Baby carriage cheap. nesg.
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