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TUT T)), The only paper Tin il. I 111 wv -" giving ALL the news m tne county giving. ALL the news j; -- ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR HENDERSONVILLE. N. C . THURSDAY. JUNE , 2, 1 1 0 voL;xvry, No. 22 HEWS OF A PRETTY GOOD TOWN Miss Maria Loftis of Brevard is a guest of Mrs. John Arledge. Mrs. T, E. Wilkins is the guest of her son, Mr.. Jno, .T. Wilkins, jr. ' Miss Chewning of Summerton, S. C, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Rantin on Fleming street. Dr. Atkins, Presiding Elder of the Asheville Cdnf erence preach ed at the Methodist Church- last Sunday, ' Mrs. Jno. T. Wilkens, jr., who has been so seriously ill, is slow ly recovering. .. Prof. Brown of Porter Military Institute, Charleston. S. C, will shortly occupy his : home on Fleming street. Mrs. C.S. Clarke, accompanied by her father, Mr. Kennedy, left Tuesday for Pennsylvania; where there they will join Mr. Clarke, Miss Bessie Powell of Colum bia, S. C, is visiting her cousin, Miss M. C. Mann on Fleming street. Miss Powell is muscian, vocal and instrumental, of ex ceptional ability. Mrs. John Lewis and. children, of St Petersburg,' Fla., are at "Overlook," cor. of 8th Ave., and Fleming street for the sum mer. Mr. Lewis will soon join them here. Mr, L. W. Parker and family of Greenville, S. C., are occupy ing Mrs. Grimki's Flat Rock resi dence for . the summer. Mr. Parker is one of. the-most promi nent cotton mill men - of the South. y ' Lucile, the 10-year-old daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs.; K. G. Mor ris, is seriously ill. A trained nurse is in attendance and every thing that medical skill and "de voted affection can suggest is being done for the child. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Abbott of Charlotte are at their Flat Rock home for a few days. They go North from here to be present at the graduation of their daugh ter, Miss Margaret. Mr. and Mrs. Abbott will spend the greater part of the Summer here.' Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Boyd, with Miss Nettie LeGrand, re turned Tuesday from Spartan burg, where they witnessed the graduation from Converse Col lege of Miss May Boyd. There were 50 graduates 12 of whom were from North Carolina. Miss .Boyd is among the list of dis tinguished students, in history, ethics and psychology. Pure Milk. : The Asheville Citizen says that more than half of the in fant mortality in the large cities during the heated term is due to impure milk. It adds: "But impure milk is not only a menace to the child life of our country; it threatens the adult at every turn." In Chicago, a government ex Pert, after visiting the dairies furnishing Chicago with milk, recommended that about one half the dairies be put out of business. Greenville, Anderson and Spartanburg h a y e recently taken thoroughly enlightened action for the protection of con sumersof milk." It might be Swell for Hender sonville authorities to pay some attention to this important mat ter, also, A S0C!ET1 HENDERS01UTS : The Daily Herald," Hender- sonville's new daily paper, will make its appearance - sometime during this month. r - The Merganthaler Typesetting Machine has been shipped from the New York factory. Arrange ments for a suitable special news service have been made and many other details incident to the big enterprise are how being closed upL i The Daily Herald will be pub lished by The French Broad Hustler Company, Inc., and will in no wfee conflict with The Hust ler, which will be published as heretofore and will be made ab solutely the BEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER IN NORTH CAROLINA. Watch it! GoIumWa Park Sales. . There are many inquiries for property in Columbia Park. Among the recent sales are: To S. D. Collins, of Spartan burg, two houses, $9, 500. Mr. Collins will spend the season each year at Columbia Park." To R. L. Metcalf, of Spartan burg, cottage, consideration $1750 Mr. Metcaif and family will occupy their new home this season. ; Opansi Brevard Store. Mrt G. M, Glazener has leased for five years the concrete build ing in Brevard r owned by, P. , Sy King1- and will - open a branch store there as soon as "certain alterations, including a plate glass front, are made. Mr. Glazener is rapidly becom ing one of the best known mer chants in the State of North Carolina. He will carry the same high grade stock of goods and adopt the same liberal and pro gressive business methods in Brevard which have made him so many iriends in Henderson County. . Judge Blythe, Judge Ewart and Hon. J.S.Rhodes are attend ing the 14th Judicial '.District re publican convention at Marlon. A Fifty-dollar Drive. Mr. R. A. Montgomery, South ern representative of the John B. Stetson Hat Company, spent Sunday in town. With . Mr. G. M. Glazener. one of Mr. Mont gomery's largest customers in the South, he drove to many of the celebrated scenic points near town, including Jump-Off an,d Laurel Park, where he met Mr. W. A. Smith. Mr. Mont gomery offered to trade with Mr. Smith -for a part of his beautiful Park, concerning which he was extremely 'enthusiastic, but the offer was laughingly declined. Mr. Montgomery, a widely traveled man, said: ' 'I think Hendersonville the most beautiful town I have ever seen. The country .around it' is one vast picture. The great cloud-capped mountains, covered to their very summits with mag nificent vegetation, the many streams and rivers like bands of molten silver winding in and out, the cloudless and bluest of skies why, -man, Switzerland with its much advertised Alpine scenery is not to be compared with this country ! r "I am coming back, Glazener, and am going to stay longer, next time !" SUPREME COURT CLEARS UP SIDEWALK MUDDLL "May we pay for gracing 'the sidewalks out of the funds de rived from the bond sale?" '. YES! "May we pay for grading the streets, as distinguished from the sidewalks, out of said funds derived from said bond sale!" YES! . . . y " ; ; : 'May, we pay the engineers out of the funds derived from said bond sale for the establish ment of the grades of the side-. walks and) said streets?" vV" YES! The Supreme Court has just handed down its decision in the sidewalk matter, in which Walker Smith was plaintiff and the town defendant. The commissioners win on every point. , The decision approves the act ions of the commissioners and enables them to continue in man ner begun. Mr. Michael Schenck, town attorney, represented the com missioners, and Mr. Charles French Toms represented Walker Smith, the plaintiff. , . To quote from the decision: "It would be unwise and un sightly to have the sidewalks graded t an established grade and then paved with cement, and to leave the roadways of the streets in their natural condition and with their natural configu ration undisturbed. It is left to the judgment of the Commis sioners to determine how much grading .any particular street shall receive. It ,bas ; faeeny re peatedly held by this Court" "that such' matters are, legislative and rest exclusively in the discretion of the governing authorities of the municipalities and its deci sions cannot be interfered with or controlled by the courts." To (From New Orleans Times-Democrat) A number of Orleanians will leave again this season for the North Carolina mountains. Many of the fashionables will go to Lake - Kanuga, where a large, number of prominent f amilis from through out the South are members of the Kanuga Country Club. This exclusive organization nas a beautiful and spacious club house or hotel and many cottages for the members. The latter include several from here, many of whom will leave with their fami lies to occupy cottages. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Bush, Miss ,Marjorie Bobb and other members of the family will leave for there early in July, Judge and Mrs. Rufus E. Foster will also leave in July, and others to occupy cottages will be Mr. and Mrs. Gordon S. Orme, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Mer rick, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. , J. O'Donnell, Mr. and Mrs, Robert Guerard, Mr. and Mrs. Chaff e and others. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Reilly, Mr; and Mrs. Mortimer N, Wisdom, Mr. and Mrs. A. Sid ney White, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney J. White and others may also be amonglthe cottagers this season. The club will be open from July 1 until October. " The summer homes of Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Hayne and Mr. Hugh de Lacey Vincent are a few miles away from Kanuga at Flat Rock; N. C. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Westfeldt, Mr. and Mrs. George Westfeldt, Dr. and Mrs. John B Elliott are other Orleanians who have sum mer homes in North Carolina, Comma Henderso nville OliE HUNDRED GUESTS AT SEAGLKM1TH WEDDING - In the presence of about one hundred' relatives and friends Miss - Nellie Earle , Seagle was married on Wednesday afternoon, June 1, to Mr. Lee Roy Smith. The . ceremony took place on the lawn in front of the bride's home m East Hendersonville and was performed by her eldest brother, the v. Dr. Nathan A. Seagle, Rector 4)f St Stephen's Protes tant Episcopal Church, New York City y .v.-. v.- The bride was given in mar riage, in behalf of her mother, bythe :Rev. William Rice of Asheville. She was . gowned in white net,, hand embroidered and elaboately trimmed with lace and orange blossoms. Her long tulle vett was held in place with a wreath of orange. She carried a large bouquet of daisies, The bride's only attendant was her sister-in-law, Mrs. Nathan A. Seagle, of New York City, who wore a gown of flowered sflklwith a pale blue Empire sash and trimmed with princeses lace and applique roses. She carried a large basket of daisies which flowers she threw in the path of the bride and groom after the ceremony, indicating thereby that their pathway in life should be strewn with flowers of happiness The; bridegroom, Mri Smith, is one of thes most prosperous farm ers in the county. He is a resi dent of Hillgirt where the happy couple will-make their home. He. was a widower and . ari old Con- iederate.; soldier." .His best man at j Wednesday's ceremony was Dr. Richard II Seagle who also came from New York City to at tend his sister's marriage. The gifts were costly and numerous. iney inciuaed a check for one hundred dollars from Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Nathan A. Seagle, a check from Dr. Richard Seagle, a check from Dr. Charles T. Seagle and a check from ' Rev. John and Mrs. Seagle, a solid silver milk pitcher and tray from the bride's mother, a solid silver sugar bowl and many other articles for personal and ornamental use. Charming as was the bride in her wedding gown she was equal ly so in her going away dress, which ,was a heliotrope colored liberty satin. Her hat was of fine black braid in turban style. Notenfian Place Sold. The Noterman place has been sold toMr. R.H. Vernon, of Char lotte, a Southern Railway official. The price paid was $15,000. Mri Vernon will open up streets through the six acres comprising this , desirable property and put building lots on the market. With his familyhe will reside in his newly acqured home. THE world is lookingjor the man who can do something, not for the man who can "explain why he didntdo it! .V .V . V. A Solid Car Soda. The Calhoun Wilkins Co., wholsale grocers, have on. the road a solid car of the celebrated "Eagle Thistle" brand of soda, shipped by the Mathieson Alkalali Works of Saltville. Va. This soda, put up in 16 ounce packages, is gaining public favor so rapidly all over the country that the manufacturers now find it neces sary to ship in solid car lots of 500 cases. -! ' . x THE DAILY HERALD'S NEW AHD WONDERFUI; , HPESEnillG MACHINE The Merganthaler r Linotype machine, recently ordered by the French Broad Hustler Company, is really one of the most marvel ous products of the brains s of man. It was invented, 'not so very many years ago, by Merganthaler, a German machinist, and the first machine made represented ? an amount of patient labor, wonderful skill, and heavy ex penditure of -money not equaled by any other labor saving device on the market . There are three thousand and three hundred different, and dis tinct fparts to the machine. It does the work of seven skilled workmen and does it better. It is fascinating to watch the wonderful apparatusat work, and if, as some people believe ma chines have souls, surely a Mer genthaler has one. This will be, of course the first typesetting machine ever owned in Hendersonville and will be the first standard machine ever brought herel At the Press convention, some two years ago, there was a Junior on exhibition at the Gates Hotel, but a Stand ard machine is entirely different. The . Merganthaler purchased by The Hustler Company is ther latest improved Standard No J 5 two magazine machine. It is new and has been shipped direct fiomthe factory, ';It shobld jbe here about June FlOth Whett assembled andjn operat ion a cordial invitation will be ex tended to all interested to come in and inspect it and see it actu ally at work. It will be well worth while, for while this age of machinery has produced many wonderful devices not one is more wonderful than a Mergan thaler Linotype. Mr. Vance Norwood, of States ville, who recently become asso ciated with The Hustler, will be the operator-machinist in charge of the machine. Water Cot Off." City water will be cut off Friday evening between 2 and 5 o'clock, to clean reservoir. J. W. Mclntyre, Chairman. Mr. W. E. Peny Offers : . Farm and Cattle For Sale Mr. W. E. Perry, one of the best known breeders of through bred Jersey cattle in the South, has decided to leave Henderson county this Fall, and offers his superb f arm and Jersey thorough bred and grades forfsale Mr. Perry will visit different sections of ' the country before deciding definitely upon a , lo cation for his future home, but is already somewliat favorably impressed with. Eastern Tenn essee where there are many throughbred Jerseys raised. Mr. and Mrs. Perry have re sided here, for ten years past, and their, place, "Hidaway Farm," is in a remarkably-high state of cultivation. He, has al ready sold and shipped to South Carolina five of his thoroughbreds and offers the rest, with the grades - and two thoroughbred Jersey sows at private sale. - Mr. and Mrs. Perry leave this country, which they belie veto be the most beautiful to be found anywhere, with keen regret, but believe also that some other sec tion will afford Mr. : Perry a wider field of operations. j. p. wm DIED TUESDAY, AT MIDNIGHT : Mn J. P. Rickman died at his home in Greenville, S. C.,- on Tuesday, at midnight. The fune ral services will Ka held at. the late residence on Thursday. In terment will be in k Greenville Death was due to Bright's dis ease., . -: - J'. . While Mr. Rickman's serious 1 i V i . cuuuiuun nas Deena Known -ior several months past, still the news of his death came as a dis tinct shock to the commun ity. It is extremely doubtful if any man here ever had more frieuds and fewer enemies'than "'Jim" Rick man. A self-made man in every sense of the word his acts of charity, of kindness, of helpful ness have been without number, and the world is the poorer , now that he has gone. J. P. Rickman was about 54 years bid when the summons -came. lie.-was' born at Mills River, came to Hendersonville when only a lad, and by sheer, force of character, hard work and ability made his way to the very forefront of the commer cial life of the State. Mr. Rickman came to Hender sonville in 1883 and ' worked for the Southern Railway. He soon entered the mercantlie business wjth Dr. Fletcher under the firm name of-'Fletcher & Rickman, eventually buying out Dr. Flet cher's interest In 1901 he or ganized the Bank of Henderson1 ville and sold hismercantile busi-' mess to Brooks" & - Williamsr He was -twice mayorf..II.endersan5,. ville. Some two years v ago he. removed to Greenville where he organized the Fourth National Bank, of which he was president. In both this town and Greenville his name has ever stood for the. strictest business integrity. In 1895She was married to Miss Val Justus, a daughter of Mr. M. T. Justus. Five living chil dren, Bessie, Marie, Floried, Al bert and James P. Jr. survive him. . t ; x- Mrs. Brittain of Mills , River? Mrs. John Smathers of Hender sonville, Mrs. Wexler Smathers of Asheville arid Mr, Thos. Rick man of Asheville 'mourn the loss of a beloved brother. In every particular J. P. Rick man was a vypuu American ci u- zen. Self-made, of. boundless integrity, a faithful husband, a kind father, a loyal- friend, he was a man without reproach and a man whose memory will long remain green in the hearts of the many who knew and loved him well. . - For ScteL G. B. Hill, of Edneyyille, speak ing recently of the race , for so licitor, said: " "You can quote me as - saying that Edney ville, will vote solid for 'Mike' Schenck. We don't hear of any one else, hardly, out that way." . . BLOOMER GIRLS VS. . There will be a base ball game at Laurel Park, Thursday after noon at 3:30, that will be differ ent from most games. . "The Bloomer Girls,,? a crack traveling base ball team, will go up against a picked nine of Hen dersonville players. The girls can play ball and an interesting exhibition is" promised. Take the dummy ! Admission 25 and 35e HENDERSO VILLI