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VUbine XXXVII. NuW23
2.00 a Year in Advance, $240 If m m Paid
S.J. Schulbofer Will Erect New
Property Selling
In Wavnesville
Re-organimtfortvfChamber of
Commerce-Full Tiifte.Secretary
Macaificent Theatre aad Printing
Office To Be! Erected Soon.
Announcement is made this week
Dy air. b. J. 6chuliioIer that ne plan
to erect a handsome new buiidiAg
lucing t-ast atreet just back of the
present Schulhofer block on the cor
ner of Main anil Rant ati-eeta where
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- Wf new buildiw will probably be
' nure ,owpr noor win dc occu-
piec fiy th Carolina Mountaineer.
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the vpreaent prating office. It
Vtomd-- sepeNJe the newap-per
department ana joo aepnraneni. 10
enstiH -some newi; machinery, includ
ruling machine, linotype, etc. . Fivc. oo-n f V j 1. t.
1.1 , . ,,r ' , , cemnnsing 2,860 at res, kwned by the
or eix thousand dollars worth of f j . , f , , .
..... , town and securely fcnclosckl to prevent
additional equipment will be installed :v!i,. t 1 0l m.
u r, i. w . . , . i any possibilty of contamination. The
by the Carolina Wdunta.neer. This tract , nQW fop e on, X store.
"to&VkkriMsequtn rajnfa .T forest
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one ui vne very nnest priming esiaD-
lishments in this entire section
Ther.present office space will be used
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into the new' building which will be
the, .S?eynewood Theatre.
The arcade will have ladies' and
men's jrest rooms, 'cirgar counters nnd
soda fountain and will be beautifully
Mr. Jule Edwards, popular. pro-
prletot of the Waynewood Theatre, ments common fo mountain streams,
plana extensive improvements in ev-j that may be desirable to retain, only
ery way. New moving picture equip-' intensifies it3 clear sparkling lustre,
mcnt, new stage material, new up- The gravitv pressure of the water
holatered seats, fans and all the .supplier r.niple fire protection, throw
newest inventions of eur latest the-(inj: a stream far above the highest
atres. f '- '- " j building.
The- second atory will be made into
a meat attractive theatre. Artisti
cally arranged boxes, the latest in-veittOng-'
in -Interior theatre deeorat
rnjaarl pkfttv of exit.
Tfie third -floor will be nutde into
balcor.ies in the form of a horse shoe' Waynesville, who win malce this
with an entrance on Bast street. headquarters from thtt time on for the
The whole building will have much remainder ofxthe sealon, C. E. Saw
SP9SP used for windows with plenty yer wh0 will act in this capacity, ar
of tight for the printing office and rived last week tfa will be actively
plenty of available exit Xor air com-",
lort and a quick emptjing or me vne-
atre. .
This building will
very "best of those
rank with tne
n cities many
times the siie of Waynesville and
will T)e of inestimable value to this
comnranity m many ways.
The estimated cost
will be around
Mr. S. J. SchuHtofe;
r has alreaay
done much for Waynesville. He is
the owner of the latest building in
this city and owns considerable prop
erty here. He also (owns 500 acres
in Bnrk county,
Geprgia, has two
large farms ia Aiken, S. C. Mr.
Schulhofer plank to sell his holdings
in other sections anil to devote his
time and interest!
entirely in Way-''
nesville. He came
North Carolina
about fifty years agU Is a native of
Germany and one if Waynesville's
greatest booster. I
He was recently olfdred $50,000 for
his present Wayndsville business
block, but has decides nbt to sell, but
to build more. Mr. IS. I. Schulhofer'
declares that WayiiesviUe has the
grewUrat future of any city that he
knows of. The new building will be
erected at an early date.
The clinic for crippled children is to
be held in the high school building at
Bryson City on August 8th instead
of August 7th.
This is an opportun ty for free ex
amination for all cripi led children in
Haywood county. T! e examination
puts no obligation on any one. The
clinic --simplyVffers th service? of an
orthopaedic specialist to any chlid
needirtf these Vervic a. If the pa
tient proves eligible 1 e can accept or
reject', hospital
The late E. D,
gave ($1,000,000
Who recently
Mission Hoe-
pitaj in Asheville,
made a verv
the Ortho-
substantial bequest
Medic Hospital in
wh are intrstiMl ill be gratified to
know that the hospital will be enabled
to are for many mbm children neod-
bicMataMRe- as th wait:ntf list ii'f.mliv. Jackson'
already very long. ,
Benjamin Duke bequeathed $15,000 ,
lor Tne esTaonsnmeni ei a waru ir
colored children in the Gastonia hoe-
pitaL '-This will mean much to the
negroet at it wilt .help them to be-
Plenty of Watdr Here
A water shortage.
because of
draught, is occurring
er several cit-
kVestern North
Carolina WayegviI
is to be con-
lavifig ample sufTici-
tncy for an needi f(
a long time to
Recognizing the kfecessity of abso-
,ule . jn th T
neSTiUe haa R of it is
ji:-:ly proud. The ojtyMuis established
1 floor, rock crevitcs, and Wuntain
springs, to be givn up again Uo meet
the requirements! as typical mountain
spring feater of e highest decree otj
I Purity ejected from natural vkaters.
As an additionJl safeguard, before it
is delivered to the consumers, th wa
ter IS HllhlWtAJ tn fllO Wlrtaf .mViliif ."v
. ... t t
process of fjltratjon known
fon Kn0W" w tlMari
of water purification. This treat
ment, while not fobbing the vater of
any of the natural soluble mineral eW
The Southern, railway has placed a
i special traveling nassieneeiraeent in
engaged in handlingKamong other de-
tails, the Western
Carolina to
WasVmrf.nn ArrarR
Jiich leave
out 0f AshevUle Jul 31,
P P. M.,
the trio beinir off.
at the lowest
rnte which has ever been made to
round trip Visitors to the nataonal cap-
Dr. F. M. Leflar, chiropractor of
Waynesville is very much plaased with
mis section, in an interview with a
representative of the Carolina Moun
a,nr' " ecra" unusuaiy emnusi-
-i ii .
astic over the future prosfcects of this !
Dr. and Mrs. F. M.
bflar came to
Waynesville about the
lirst of April.
They opened chiropract
offices in the
telephone building oytr Alexander's
Drug Store. Since tlat time they
have had as splendid practice with a
good steady growth. Several patients
have received wondeifful benefits from
this new art amongprof eessions.
Mrs. Leflar is a graduate trained
nurse from Jacksorf City Hospital and j
is of great help
fth chiropractic pa-
Mr. M. H. Ree
has been
owner of the Way:
for the past thirty-si:
appointed General A:
rs, has been
og the New
York Life Insurance
and will
for the present have
ce at the
Pharmacy. Mr. Ree;
jio in-
traduction to the pi
4s well
known, not only in
aynesville, but in
Western North Can
The following are si
pping at Bran-
ner Crest one of
most popular
of James At-
houses and the hom
kins, Jr.: Hui
Laws, Orley
Strange, Savai
Davis and
family. Lakeland
Mrs. Skipper
and family,
Fla.: Mrs.
and Miss Sextro
New Orleans:
Bates and
B. Hayne
land family. Selmi
ere and
family, Burlingto:
come self-supporting citizens initesd
of objecta of charity as iis tiuo of
many cases.
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, i i-
vas, who
liis offl
Dtblic as he
U -
gh H. M.
lumh: Alfred
Avon lark:
and Sirs.
. ryiuiacia
edMrs. ft
a Mrs. HaK
During the past fevJ days some very
I important real estate transactions
have taken place in Waynesvilla.
Main Street propertySis selling around
$300 front foot and tiiere seems to be
more demand than the market can
supply. I
A number of residences in and about
Waynesville have clanged hands; al
so several -lots. Three large farms
and considerable ad-eage of mountoiaLjy.ama jn tne
The large buildiig occupiel by the'.
Massie Furniture ICompany on Main
Street belonging tcf Mr. C. B. Medford,
of 'Canton, was sold by E. K. McGee
to Mrs. Oliver H. Stubbs, of Sumter)
S. C. The consideration is reporiedersity Inst year. They are bending
to be something ofer $10,500. j Wetfeit6rt tojmake the performance
The Quisenberryj large lot on Nortjthis year equa if not superior to the
Main Street was fjpld to a Florida cl performance given at Yale Unlver
tizen . It is reported the lot brought iiity.
around $15,000. ' ' ; tl. The performance will begin prompt-
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The II. L. Liner and relatives prpj.-iy
ei ty near the lake, about 30 acri,jha
just byeond Grover Leatherwood, was , Pe
just byeond Grovef Leatherwood, was,
tA Vint.;. In nnlna t . n rt, A -
jt .
Thc McDowell property on Main Plav hlls bKun. There will be no guson. His life was spent in the ser
Street, ju.:L beyojd the Courthouse, Admission charged. A free will of-1 vice of others and as a natural re
which sold for about S20.000 One ferrin wi" ,,e tak'-n Pnriinlly to suit he counted his friends by the
r,t, ..h..,i hj ti.:.
u .one : ...
vet:iv iiu UlUUL'iu $.ouu, It IS Haiti
Mr. Hendrey, of Fort Myers, Fla., waa 'K ri,n lo,)Ke ""tions of Mark s:
the purchaser and plans to rcmoet, Jtof!Pe! dealing' 'with Simon Peter's
this substantiol brick structure 'jpxperiences. j
niake a handsome apartment hoUfte: On Saturday night, Aug. 1, "Snowj
New wings will be added and the eaVw'hite and the Eeven Little Men" will
tire building greatly enlarged. i'Q-be presented "by the children of the
The Jesse D. Boone home on cofp'ays"'1''- This pUiy is arranged, 1
Pigeon and Main street which recently B,nKpd nnd dirccted"by Miss Louise
sold for around . $15,000 was in je- Durham, of Memphis, Tennessee. I
mand this week again. An offer"3t.
$25,000 being made, .but was refused.!
This is a splendid location for the pro
posed new million dollar hotel. y$wik
In addition to the above sejreral
(iniidinga are oeing plAnnad-M
sent time: Jfr. Buel Hvatrt d1!
build a store and office bulldinir on hisWe interested and godd will prevails,
vacant property on Main Street op -
posite the Carolina Mountaineer. It is
said that run nstato arant Mr H n
Stone haa secured options on a vast
amount of land in ani around Juna-
li,sW Mmfarn ,h Pln M.,.t
hotel was located. There have been
minora for anm timd nt . ihr
lion dollar development of this sec-
tion, but nothing definite has been an-
nounced as yet. ' I
The Grimball property is rapidly de
veloping. The new home of Mr. Hil
liard Atkins, one of the most hand
some of all Waynestille residences nnd
one of our show Dlaces is about com-
pleted. Lots are selling in this sec-
tion unusually well and several new
. .
homes are being erected and others are
contemplated. An auction sale
i i
scheduled for that section soon.
Tl, ..! M..;i : :n '
annual 1'H.V'ldlACn ll-uillUlt Vlll
h-holo" at t.hCrWrJ, Rnntit PWM,
August 5 at 10:30 Hth Franklin Y. i
McCracken, of Knoxxtlle, as Master of
The follow ng program will be giv-
en: ,' i
Invocation Rev. fYorder Davis. !
Singing led by Albert C. Walker. . !
Address of Welcome Fuller Just- '
ice. j
Reply Tom Rogers.
Singing Mr. Wrklker.
Sermon Rev. Rl P. McCracken.
Instrumental Diict-Anna Jean and
Mary Pauline Plolt.
Recitation Louie Med ford
Recitation Mcffirary Davis
Story Mildred (McCracken
Duet Mildred Crawford and Harley
Recitation Marcus McCracken
Recitation Wiima McCracken.
Story Hugh Rogers
Recitation Pearl Justice
Recitation Kavileen McCracken
Song Sara Ja:
Singing Mr.
Five Minute
ks Grover Davis.
Mrs. W. L. McC:
cken, Rev. Chas
Owen. Mr. Theo.
McCracken, A. H.
McCracken. Chas.
xCrary, Miss Fan-'
nie McCracken,
ell McCracken. A.
C Walker, Dr. W.
Kirkpatrick, Dr.
J. R. McCracken,
Paul Walker, t
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I -Mrs. Bess Francis Penny is' leaving
Sunday tor New Yolk where she goes
to make her fall Mil
On her return she wii
stop at Atlantic
City for several days
llinery purchases
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Religious Drama At
Lake Junaluska
. A religious drama, "The Rock," is
to be given atl the auditorium, Lake
Junaluska, Friday night, July 31st.
The leading tarts are being played
by those who oi iginally presented this
drama at Yale University. The Gen
eral Sunday. Sjchool Board came in
touch with th production through
some members of its staff who were
studying in trje Divinity School of
Yale at 'that time. Being impressed
with the significance of religious
whole program of re
ligious education, and believing in
the possibilities of this particular
play, the General Sunday School
Boa i-d is bringing to Lake Junaluska
'the principal members of the cast
f.who presented the play at Yale Uni-
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nt 8 o'clock, and it is requcste 1
bat all who desire to see the play
be present and'in their places nt that
1 1 1Y1 ( H9 it 1 H" miff i : 1 t I 7 1 T. 1T1I.1"! IITlf
'that there be no confusion after the1
expense ot production,
Those exnectinirto attend areslmn-lv
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The Wnynesville Woman's Club is
lopefully looking forward to a great
ahlia show. Coming events cast
tflifciv itltadjws before them. Growers
1 garden can afford to be without
dahlia"- For those who have never
grown them the gate stands wide
Pen towarI 01 adventure and
J'y- Their case of culture, their
adaptability to soil and environment,
their reat power of increase and rc-j
production and their long blooming
senson Place them amon the most ,le"
siraW garden flowers. ,
The amateurs last season, w: scored
a wondertUI success. Uur displays
were simply snperb, our speciments
second to none. This year points to'
an even greater success.
Besidc-S the
v,on nthnr
dahlia displays; we will
attractions, thu
making the after-
noon I enjoyable one. !
t? : :l : J u ur....A.
""e 'V, " 7 V I
niiaa inn in ,nn v niirKnnv niipr-,
. noon. A l! crust.
u nf u r1....,,, '
' Hotel dance paVilion. Given under;
til, IV lIIC Villi ivr i
the auspices of ihe Woman's Club.
Pll,lrn i liot nf Iho nr
wnvnin .t a " . " '
Awarded also t.hri dahlia committees:
Best collection-f Loving Cup.
:2nd best collection
2rd best collection
10 best decorative
klahlins Blue Ribbon1
JO best fancy dalil
as ..Blue Ribbon
10 best peony
Blue Ribbon
10 best standard cactus ..Blue Ribbon
: 10 best hybrid ca
tus.-.Blue Ribbon'
' Largest Dahlia .
Blue Ribbon
' Collection Pomponl
Blue Ribbon
Miller I
Refreshments M
rs. C. W.
chairman; Mrs. Blkwell, Mrs. Grov-;
' er Davis, Mrs. de
Candy Mrs. Cleveland Kirkpatrick,'
chairman; Mrs. D.
W. Miller.
Posters and advertising Miss Jo-
Rephine Thomas, chairman; Miss Mil-
dred Crawford,
1SS KODena Mil-'
ler, chairman; Miss
Daisy Boyd, Mrs.
W. H. Liner, Mrs.
Entering Dahlids Miss Bessie
Boyd, chairman; Ho. John Queen
Entertaining inde Mra. C. R.
Thomas, Mrs. R, L.
Finance Mrs,
frank Ferguson,
chairman; Mrs. Morkgomery, Mrs. W.
L. Kirkpatrick.
To procure competent judges Mrs.
H. G. Stone, chairman: Mrs. Black-
Orchestra Mrs.
Ferguson, Mrs.
Clayton Walker.
Remember the
Ht Th,ii..Jn,.
Au'nst 27th
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Mr. T. M. Rickards, of Balsam and
his granddaughter
Miss Ruth Mary
Hall, of Miami, were
in town Tuesday,
J. D. Ferguson Is
Killed By Truck
Joseph Dunn Ferguson, a resident
of Iron Duff secton, was killed near
here about eight 'clock Monday morn
ing. The accident occurred on the Ashe
ville highway iear the Clark place be
low the Lake. The truck in which he
was riding for some unexplainable
reason left the pavement, and Mr.
Ferguson tried to jump to safety, but
was pinned beneath the heavily load
el machine.;
lie was fushed to the Waynesville
Hospital vAere he received immedi
ate aid, but died with a few minutes
after reaching the hospital.
Mr. Ferguson was one of the lead
ing farmers in the county, having!
splendid lands in Iron Duff township.
There was none in the comr.iunty
.more generous with his possessions;
11000 Ml O TC willillfr ill HnSWIT ntlV Call
of distress than was Joe Dunn Ftr-
i score.
He was the sun of Riley K. I'ergu
son and Elizabeth Fincher. Kiley
Ferguson was one of the pioneers to
the gold fields of California in '!.. '
He mined gold for eight years and
sold goods in San Francisco for a
number of years, returning at the
outbreak of the Civil War to join
Southern forces.
He is survived by his wife who was
Miss Flora Mcdford. Frank D. l er-
of this nlare is his onlv brother.
The body was brought her and pre-
pared for burial by Massie Under-
taking Company. Interment took
place Tuesday afternoon at Iron Duff.
A number of spectators witnessed
the regular Wednesday "stunt night"
, iui al v,nu.ui ... K.veu
by the talented Wyaconda Camp
'boys. The entertainment consisted of
wrestling matches and boxing bouts ;
and an amusing comedy
Girls from
Log Cabin Camp 8"d Camp
luska were also in attendance,
nesville people are invited to
neunrauny emei utinmenis.
a i i . r e. . l 1 ....1
large numoer ol lrienus aim iei-
'olive here attended the funeral and in-
Ufrmen" riuay, in ipe tranioiu l em-
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iil'CllltfllvUii V hiilfU HI omuht'iimm. . .
Ceen was former resident of Ba'-
" ,
snm and owned a hpmc hero. Ho and
hi-" famil' mwci Smokemont
'. hi yiai s ago. ,
ev. ""eiij oi Mien v iit,
nus men e''u pastoi oi i..e naus.
Church here. ;
Mrs. II. P. Ensley has returned
fiom a visil to relatives in Asheville
and Black Mountain.
Messrs. Jim anil Robert queen, ot
Gastonia, were here Sunday.
Mr. A. II. Mehaffcy went to
burst last week.
Mr. Swanger ahd family who hae
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cog-
dill, have returned to Jhcir home
Hickory. j
Misses Mary Kate and Tommy Mav
Queen and Miss Louise Arlington vis
itedheir grandmother, Mrs. Queen, in
Hazelwood Wednesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Logan Jr., of
Waynesville, and Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Lee, Jr., camped at Cabin Flats Sat
urday night.
menoia. viu vjiesvici, uw ivujr
and Charles Perry are spending sever-
al days camping on lilack Kock. I hey
have a radio outnt witn tnem.
rames are going ouiaauy camping
ZL i .
Woodfin Falls; and even
y Kate. and Tommy May
on some of our beautiful
peaks, lovely
the nearby h
Misses Mary Kate and Tommy May
. r u. ... . t l - . I l
i yueeii nave leiumeui w tnir nume in
DUIsboro after a vihit to their cou-
am. Miss uiuise Arlington.
Mrs. mayoeue rerry went to syivn
Mr. and Mrs. Henrjr Beck, Mr. Bry-
son Beck, and Mr. Wesley uueen went
. 1
to Gastonia last weelt lor a few days.
Miss Grace . Mehaney, Miss Edna
McElroy, of Hazelwood, Mrs. Eugene
Ensley and Mr. Hubert Ensley motor-
ed to Asheville Sunday. .
fclhL"iaeji "iBSlrfl MI-.IM-H-
The regular meeting of the Good
ft llows' Club is to be held next Tues
day and it is planned to have every
member present according to Secre
tary K. K. McGee.
Many members of the Goodfellows
Club and other eivn leaders are inter
ested in the rc-irfranization of the
ChamW of Cnr.imerce lor Waynes
ville with a full-liiiH' paid siiceinry.
Waynesville has a Board of Trade
v.hich is responsible for many pro
gressive achievements during the past
decade. Mr. ICrnest Withers has been
acting' as secretary gratis and he is'
due niiKW praise and in fact the citi
zens of this community are under deep
obligations ngt only to him but the
other officials of the Board if Trade.
Many, weary hours have been given
for the cause of Waynesville's ad
vancement; many gallons of gas; much
use of personal equipment, including
automobiles etc., to say notliing of the
Postage and other expenses anil this
has always been done cheerfully and
without hope of remuneration; but.
times have changed and whjle the city
would have been in a honelCs plight
; without the assistance of the Board of
Trade and its officials, it Js admitted
that Wavnesville lias outgrown this
, ion and if we wou'd continue
(.Np:in,l, W1 must liave; a genuine-
full-membership Chamber of C'om-
merer with a full-time paid serrotn'-y.
The beneT's of -i cai Cli i 1 1 cr if
Commerce are u.o numerous t men
tion here; but it is a fact that nearly
every city of :;ny i mpjrtaiire hr.s an
organization of this naiturn. Cities
n.uch smaller than Waynesville have
'hem with four and five hundred mora
l.i .- at $.r0 per year membership.
A Chamber of Commerce will hav
in connection with it: a merchant's
protective association; a women's bu
reau; a real estate bureau; a publicity
and advertising bureau. It will work
by committees that will accomplish
something. It will jajt the city on the
map, bring new industries into our
community, will organise .important
events such as a county fair, horse
shows, old home week. And the great
ional patriotic holidays will not go
by unnoticed. It will bring conven
tions to our cities and will do more in
one year for the good of our city than
any other contemplated movement.
There are at lpast one thousand citi
ezens of Waynesville who are directly
and indirectly benefited by the sum
mer tourist sqasnn. citizens
could etsily put $25 per var for mem
bership in such n organization purely
as an investment not as a donation
There are some fiotels, boarding hous
es, etc., that oujht to have from one
half to a dozen memberships. The old
way of asking a (business man to giva
up half his timd to take care of tho
community's interest without remun
eration is out of date and we should
not expect it nnjj longer.
In order to ge the best results, it
is better to get a full time secretary :
at a real salary. A cheap salaried
man is worse than none. He should
not he allowed to enter into any real
estate, insurance or any other business
as a side line, but should be required
to devote his entirp time to the pos'
tion. There are always, hundreds of let-,
ters of inquiry not only about Way
nesville and vicinity, but many times
people wanting to nvest in rual es- '
or in business o some kird.
These communications would be a- ;
vailable to all membbrs and if a citi- J
zen has property to rent, he would?;
have an opportunity of reading anj:&.
letters of inquiry without having tt'"
pay any percentage wmatcver. . , v H
All mail would be oben to each a u ''JJ
I.I.J 1 . .vjs, . , t I
Wavnesvillp in havlnff niu Af .4nt ' . :
greaiest Dooms oi its nistory. , wo - a
. Knun -fFi& I
merceNOW! I .
of itl hist, J-J
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North olde Circle 0,
church will give its am
August 14 and 15 at
fey'g Kodak Shop. Hi
cieSi cakes and I
S6ieg at that time,
. , T 1 .m M... ts
Col. T. j. Watkina, orianany of Or-1,
lando, hut now oeajrwter, Js nofi' U
of the prominent'Jttor
tourists i
our section.
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