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Flying' Trip, to Greenville.
::.tP2EI&. Q At the Frist Baptist Church ' ffcxt Sunday. Morning subject, "The Ministry of the Holy Spirit." , Special Sunday night sonice with 15 minute sermon and special music ledby a chorus choir and Orchestra. Subject at night. "Does Death End Jk3L." - ' ' Special music and classes for all Xhe Sunday School beginning prompt ly at 10 o'clock. Prayer, and Praise service and choir practice Wednes day 7;30 p. m. Teachers and officers meeting of the Sunday schopl and choir practice Thursday at 7:39;p m. Next Friday, night service prepara Jtory to communion.. Everybody cor dially welcomed. K. W. CAWTHON. Laymen's Meeting. . The following program for a Lay men's movement meeting to be held at the Presbyterian church Sunday af ternoon at 3:30 P.M. Three to five minute talks from the following laymen and posibly volun tary talks from others: . H. C. Meyer, "My experience as a young Layman." Dr. Fuller. "Selected from any fhase of Christian work," M.Cchenck, "Christianity among professional men." Roy Bennett "Obeying God's Call." Lu A. Chapin "Missions China, or any ther field." J. O. Williams, "The Business mans -opportunity for personal work." ' This meeting wilf be composed of men only, congregational singing and .we hope, an air of freedom will reign supreme throughout the meeting, as we are all meeting together , to help one another, exchange ideas and cre ate interest in our Lords work. Let ss hope that not a single person on the progress will fail to be on hand in person and if he can do nothing else, speak a personal word of testimony an some phase of his own christian experience. . . C."S. Fnllbright, Dr. A, H. Morey, v Dr. F. T. Hunter, IN MEMO BLOT. Mrs. Theresa' J. Blythe, the faithful and devoted" wife of Mr: J. J. Blythe, after a long-and painful illness, de parted this, life, Jan. 29th, 1911. Mrs. Blythe was born Aprir 28th., 1831, in Liverpool, England, being the daugh ter of the Rev. John Da vies, of that city. She came with her sister, the Rev. Mrs. Foulds, and family tp this country at the age of seventeen, and four yeaps later was married to Mr. Canada Henderson,; then of Buncombe county. To this union were born five children. John T. Henderson. Thos G. W. - Henderson (new deceased) Mrs. XL E. Pace, James Henderson (new deseased) and D. 'D. Henderson. Mr. Henderson was a soldier in the Con federate Army, and wal killed while on duty at Petersburg, Va., near the clase of 4he war between the States. Several years later, on March 19th., 1827, Mrs. Henderson, then a widow, was married to Mr. J. J. Blythe, who survives her. In early life she became a member of the Baptist church, and continued a faithful and consistant member thereof during life. Being a cultured christian lady, she was lov ed by her family and highly esteem ed by all who knew her. Surrounded by family, husband, children, grand children and friends after religeous services, conducted by the Rev. A. I. Justice, her farmer Paster, the-bodly of Mrs. Blythe was laid to rest in the Ebenezer Cemetry by the friendly hands of a committee fro mthe Mas onic Lodge, of which order her hus band is an honored member. Mrs. Blythe was a faithful and de , voted wife, a tender, kind, self-sacrificing and Toving mother, a hospitable friend and neighbor. She loved life and bee its toils and cares oatlent ly, and endured her last affliction, lasting nearly a year, and passed to rest without a word of murmur or comnlaint. beiDg fully regigned to te will of Tim vrp doeth all things well. She wa truly a good woman, and the vacpny . TTsle iy her departure can rove- e filled. We mourn the loss of one so dear, and ask that the mem ory of ber may ever be fondly kept, ana may family and friends imitate .her noble example, and emulate her exemplary life. uuc Ul lilt? XJUJrS . ' I Resolutions of Respect. Ood. in bis wisdom, has seen fit to call from our midst one of our dearly beloved members, and one of our most earnest and active co-workers, Mrs J. -F. Beason, and Whereas, we admired her earnest Christian character and arwreciated rr interest In and wolr for tbe Senior Fnworth League of the Methodist - Church, be it Rfwcoied That while we cannot un derstand why one so much needed is taken. away, we submit to His call, and Resolved, That by her death there is a void and shadow in our Church, Sun day School and League, that can never be filled, we wil remain the true sin cerity of her. Christian character-and . .,eTer .tnink wtn gratitude of the in Vfluence of her life among us. ' Resolved, That we extend to her de voted husband and children our love and heartfelt sympathy, in this, their great hour of trial, and commend them to the all-wise God who alone can heal the broken heart, and beg them ' to be comforted with the assurance that the wife and mother has only gone on before -and there awaits the com ing of each of her loved ones. -, Resolved, That a copy of these re solutions be sent to the family, to, the local papers and to the Christian ; Ad vocate. . ; :-. . . -Bessie Aiken ' Jenie Tia-Ha ;V r "fin n V, Tf Lilllajij Dickens, -Committee r:'vJ .-. Speeding along in one of Henderson ville's powerful big automobile last Sunday Mr. John L. Orr took several of his friend on a 'journey to Greenville and back in one day. Leav ing here otT o'clock in the morning they reached the "Piedmont city", at 10 o'clock, and spent several pleasant hours looking over the town, and talk- ling with several of the prominent cit izens of the town. . Greenville is closely linked with Hendersonville and with the complet ion of the Hendersonville-Greenville Highway it will be only a short jour ney to the "mill city" of South Caro lina. These iri the car (were;k Messrs K. G. Morris, J, W. Orim'es, P. F7;Pat ton, J. L. Orr and Glover Orr, who drove the car." On the trip the gentle men had an opportunity to . see the condition of the roads oyer the moun tains and . report that the road is in fairly good shape. With a few touches in bad paCes it will be per fectly safe to travel in a machine in the dark and when the summer sea son opens, there will be more travel over this route than ever before.- One of the parties spoke of. the won erful . progress made in the past few years in Greenville. He said : that there was now buildings going up on all sides and that Greenville looked good to him. "Everybody" had a nice word for Hendersonville", , remaked the. gentleman. ; Hendersonville re- ceived hundreds of Greenville people during the summer tand many of them own valuable property here. BUY ASHEYHiLE BUSINESS. John W. Smathers and T. B. Conner have purchased the controling inter est in a wagon -repair shop in Ashe ville and will conduct the business on the corner of Willow and Lexington avenue. Mr. Conner has for the past few years held the positon of deputy sheriff under sheriff BlackwelL His friends regret to see him leave Hen dersonville, bt wish him well in the new enterprise. Mr. : Smathers ; has long been a resident of this town and will remain here & part of his time. He is in Ashe viile at the present. Another Corn Club. A corn f club "will be organized, next Saturday at Edneyville, among thi farmers cf that sectioa of . the -county. The farmers of Henderson count v ha e taken hold, of the "movement and. art-: now organizing clubs in nearly every precinct. There is some talk of organ izing a club in ' Edneyville precinct. The first club mentioned wil meet at the home ,of G. W. Lyda next Satur day, February 11 at 3 o'clock. Every farmer is urged to be present. . . NEW' TELEPHONES. ' The -past, week iias " seen a wonder ful mprovement h the local telephone system.' The old magneto system, has been discarded for a new and up-to-date system tp common, battery. You do not have to ring the pell now, just take down the receiver, and central is at your ear. V . . V . . -The crew of the Western , Electric company which installed the ' big switch board lias , completed its work and left townv. Operators ars used now in both the did office and the new un til the system has been perfected and all new phones installed. Work is being , rapidly pushed and the system wil be in first class con dition in a few weeks. They Meant Hendedsonyille, But- -Just alter a recent election, a large crowd had gathered at a court house in North Carolina to see the official vote counted. To facilitate the work an adding machine was used. Among the attenadnts, there were large numbers of people from the rural districts - who had never seen one of these complicated machines. They viewed it with open distrust. And when the votes were finally counted, one of tbe defeated candi dates remarked to a friend as he turned away: "I know I was elected to that of fice, but that blamed separator cheat ed me out of it." Everybody.; 1 . i ; ;t;l" t, ; 1 ' TO EXPERIMENT Wtlt ! BURLEY,! State and Government Experts Go to Transylvania . Cointyi to - Establish Experiment Patches. : ; t ; ; . t -; Asheville Gazette-Newsi I : : ' In tbe cty today, in route to Tran sylvania, . were two governemnt ex perts who are going to the county to establish an experimental, patch of burley tobacco. The people of Hen derson and. Transylvania counties have expended much energy , within recent years In raising cabbage for the southern market and it is said that some of them have not been as successful as they would desire. At the suggestion of Albert Cannon the North Carolina Department of Agri culture took up the Idea of seeing if the land of this section; was adopt ed to the production of the burley tobacco. The North Carolina depart ment has secured the co-operation of the United States Department of Ag riculture and the two departments will conduct the experments jointly. W. G. Moss is the United States ex pert and J. L. Burgess the . State ex pert. . . . In Madison county it is said that the farmers have been rather success ful in growing tobacco. The people of this section will await with much interest the experiments which will be conducted during the coming year in Transylvania county. . . Leghorn Hens as Layers. .. No breed of poultry is more pro. lific than the Leghorn, and the best of them is the brown variety, al though in many localities the whitje variety is perferred, especially by peo ple who. raise eggs to sell, the white- leghorn eggs being preferred by most buyers. The -leghorn .is an excellent bird for crossing purposes, and cros sed with the, Brahma it produces I splendid winter layers. Variety and succulence add more to the ration for stock than the chemist can explain. . . . Embroidery sale Friday and Sat urday, ' .February 10 and ll at Glaz ener's - . Rev. K. W. Cawthorn, . pastor of the First , Baptist Church conducted ser vices at the Y. M. C. a; in Asheville last Sunday. ! Miss Edith Alexander-has returned to Asheville after a pleasant visit to Miss Coungter on Buncombe street. Mrs. M. L. Case of Yale was in the city shrppping Thursday. . - J: P. Johnson who has beea spending the past few weeks in Flinch passed through Hendersonville for his home at Yale Friday' J; - , Mr. John R. Leverets of Yale has gone to Asheville for a few days. T. M. Mashburn of Waynesville was a business visitor in town this week. .T R. Barrows Associate Editor and special correspondent. at Raleigh for the Hustler Company spent Sunday in town with his family- , v.. - .- - ' Gordon Garlington, business man ager of the Hustler Company return ed last Thursday from Laurens. S. C, where he attended the marriage of his sister Miss Edna Garlington to Mr. Frank Killian Spratt, of Laurens. S. c. ; ; - . Hal Davis spent Saturday and Sun in the town of Brevard. , . Winford Davis has gone to Waynes- Mile where he will be connected with the Waynesville Courier, for the next few.: weeks. " . r . . There is a beautiful display of cuts plants." and pot flowers .at .. Whitakers book store. . Persons, desiring flowers should see these before they buy. G, M. Glazener announces that in a few weeks he will move" his store m Brevard from where it is now locat ed into one of the handsome, new store rooms being built by John. JflcMinn on the old McMinn corner a well known corner in, the. town of Brevard. Mr. Glazener is weir pleased -with Jhjs, first years business in Brevai-djrr..-. . The. Franklin Hotel of Brevard has been leased by Hendersonville people. Mrs. Otis Carson. and her sister Miss Catherine' Carson have completed ar rangements to take charge of the fashionable summer tourist hostlery in Brevard, and will open ft up .by-the first day of April.l' jhis valuable pro perty was formerly owned the fam ous ToxawayT company andj was . pur chased several years ago by "a Char lotte syndicate, headed by Messrs Robinson. The hotel has7 enjoyed a large tourist business for, he past several years and .under the newman age inent will.be run upon he, same high plan. . ; - v -. Miss Adelaid. Thorpe of, ; Cincinnati is he guest of Mrsv Egertonli . Miss Sadie Smathers wha was operr ated on several days ago is reported to be getting along nicely.. Mr. Holt, father of M. J. V?. Holt is In town . visiting his son . who has charge of the Highland Lake Club. Mrs. W. N. Sheats of Lakeland Fla., is in town visiting her son f who has been here some time . .F. V. Gaines has returned from Cuba where he made a short business trip several weeks ago. Mrs. Brown. of Newberry has Tent ed tbe W. A Smith residence on main street and will conduct a boarding house. Mr. Smith and family will move out to their home at Laurel Park . i Tfobeal ichenck snent several day? '4-t! iweTi!in Raleigh on professional business. Dr; ; Mel vin Hatch has returned to h is home in New York." He has been n Hendersonville some time with his brothe1. Dr. Mel vin Hatch who is here for his health, and who has rented Miss Sue Farmre's cottage on Oaklund Ae ' Mr. Thos W. Pi.nptam and family, who have been spending the winter at the Marion have gone, to Sumter, S. C," Mr. Bingham Is a traveling salesman, for the Skyland Hosiery Co. Mrs. Frances Jones Melton- of Col umbia, S. C, is the . author - of "A Daughter of the Highlanders", This scene laid in middle Carolina, a Scottish settlement book appropria, tely with Scotch thistle on cover. Mris, Melton was a guest-, at the Majestic Hotel last summer.; r Mrs. Francesca Hamilton has leas ed the Aethelwold Hotel at Brevard. Miss Gussie Winter who has. bought athird interest in Lakeview will run this hotel next season. Mr.George Stephens expects to open Kanuga Club early this season, and will have the telephone office, and all improvements ready for the Bankers Convention which Is coming In June. Dr. Henry A. Smathers, . Jr., of Landrum S. C, snent Monday night In the city, attending the K. P. Ban quet. T Hendersonville will be Tepresented at the coming horse show to be held In the city of Snartanburg during the well known "Festival week." The show of 1910ln that'n U said to have largely - experiment' and' that the shrow 43f-1911 will be, much lar ger and better, than the past. "" ;k V" 'iV- r 1 " in Hi if m'l k" I i f 1 '-mmmrn . ! BST iVf "V ; Mit f-Bi W W Ft -' . "rw. '. -- ' 1 II r-:;.-1 piiiii.PB m3 k mm u o i 1 p pt rn t y i.i . v. t. j . k it i j hi i ii I- u' tit in. w u.ii -m hi -- - ; 41 h t 'n 1 IV n I r'i i I n il If : II H I i ill It h V ii If H II 1 y il IL U p p Pfr 11 u IL u u : y U Mu uM- M U . LL U Some of the lkte most popular worn Hate this Spring. Glazener lias ex elusive sale of John B. Stetsdii hatis WE SET THE STYLE, OTHERS FOLLOW. J' y . GLAZENER Cuts All solfd leather shoes for men and women at $1.00 at Glazeners. . Free with every suit of clothes, mens-or boys from $10 up a John B. Stetson hat. Glazener cuts the price and sells the goods. . To close out, 50. or more .ladies tailor made ' coat , suits. At gi ve away prices. $2, ' $4, $5, and at your own price. Worth $10 to . $15 each. Me must sell them out. Glazeners. . 5c inch Griffon broad" cloth all col ors to', close out at 75 cents. Glazen ers . . " . The cause of the liehts beine off last Sunday night. and Tuesday night ror one hour was due to the city au thorities putting in a new water, pres sure .reguiator.- ' Miss Estelle Egerton left last Tues? day ' for a months visit to. Conway, S. C, . . : , .. -- Miss Sue Kirk who has been visit ing her brother. Dr.' W; R. Kirk', left Wednesday for her " home in Oweh boo, Ky. Miss Kirk will sail for Eu rope in March. ' : y- . Baby Show Postponed., -The "baby" show which, was to .take place at the Kentucky Home Wednesday-afternoon was postponed until to day ?on account ' of the' fhreatening weather. TBYOX OF TODAY. Tfonderf nl Growth of Near-By-Town .As Told In Its Hustling Weekly. The editor of the Tryon Bee tefls of the wonderful progress made by his town in the last fifteen years. Tryon is one of the largest distribut ing points for Hendersonville's busi ness houses and many of the people journey, here to trade. Te Bee has the following to say: Fifteen years, ago about the time this paper came into existence there were about four store buildings on Trade street, all wooden; three churches Baptist, Congregational and Episcopal, all wooden, an. opera house, a wooden Jail, an old tumble down school . house, and the two hotels Oak Hall and Lynn Hotel, and about thirty-five houses, not counting small roughly finished houses ' or cabins.. At the present writing, Janu ary 1911, there are seven modern stone buildings arid seven brick build ings including .the, postoflice .and bank on Trade street; one new wood en Methodist church, and a new peb ble dash Episcopal church and a stone and concrete, Congregational church to take the place of the. old ones; a stone jail, .a large brick school building; Oak Hall hotel renovated and enlarged,' and Lynn hotel en larged, with the Mimosa . hotel and about 100 new houses, ranging in value from $1,000 to $10,000. Many houses have been elaborately enlarg ed and hundreds of smal houses and cabins built. . Fires have, removed about seven-:gockr houses besides the stores on Trade street. The opera house was torn' down and removed for a dwelling hopse. The Lanier Library builidng, the large Sanitorlum and the large casino at . the Mimosa have been built: also three livery stables, two feed stores; also new railroad station ; the Doubleday winehouse built , and remodeled itno the Tryon Paper Factory; the big wine house, of A. J. Lemorit's built; the Axe Handle Factory built, ,and now occupied by Van.Gelder as machine shop; "the large. brick building for the Tryon Hosiery Co, and a small wooden house for, the Polk County Telephone Central. - Habit is the deepest "law of human nature. 'It is our supreme strength, if also, in certain circumstances, bur mlserablest weakness. Let me go once, scanning my way with any, earnest ness of outlook and successfully ar riving, my footsteps are an invitation tome a second time to go by the same way: it is easier, than any other way. Habit is our primal fundamental law habit and Imitation. There is nothing more perennial in us than these two.' They., are the source of all working aild: all apprenticeship of all practice and all learning in the world.-Carlyle. ; iltfever run for an office; better to so comport yourself and so conduct your affairs that your neighbors will set the office running after, you. -- . the Price and Sells the Goods, A .Inmost MiSit$s -; - The season foifchi plowing is here. vW THE W; JV has a re andt we are agents; Call anil seq our newishipnient. Headquarters for lilowsiirdis; Representatives for J. I. Hunters Pharmacy, ; ETerjthing in , : I)riigs ;.v NOTICE Haying sold our business to the Farmers Supply Co all parties having accounts or notes, past due with us are requested to call at once and set tie and save expense. : BLY BROTHERS. 2-9-4 x lOST One right-hand buckskin glove finder will receive a very liberal re ward if returned to the Wanteska Bank. . FOR SALE Black Mnlrorcha eggs for setting purposes. '50 cents for a setting. Apply to Harold Waldrop at Lotts Shoe Store. 2-9 3t Let us have your orders for cabbage plants. Hunters Pharmacy.. NOTICE. . Mortgage Sale. By virtue. of mortgage,. executed by R. R..Cathey to McD. Ray to secure a note of $400.0C, of date Dec. 15 1904, which said note has been as signed to. and is now held by :. the First National Bank. Under condi tions of said note, and mortgage, the following land, will be sold on the sixth day .of Marctu Nineteen hundred', and eleven, at the Court House in Hender sonville, under the powers of said mortgage, to wit, at the mortgage, re corded in book 19, page 494, of the re cords of mortgages and deed of trusts for Henderson county. Said land: des scribed as-follows: , ; Tract No. I. Adjoining lands of F. J. Israel, W. C. Ruth and others, Be ginning on a post oak, Saldman Evans, E. C. Johnsons, and B. F. Morris, cor ner on the side of the road near Salo mans. Evans house and runs South with B. F. Morris line 15 p's ta a stake, thence North 62 E. 21 p's to a post oak, , thence North 50 E.-. 10 p's to a Spanish oak, thence ' North v- 24 W. 107 p's with the Fanning line, to Mary Israel's" line thence S. 71 p's to a stake in said Israels line at, or near La branch, w. j. Kutns line, tnence up the branch with Its meanders, to the head, to a white oak, thence S. -23 E. 17 p's to' the beginning, containing 33 acres more or less. ; - Tract No. 2. Lying on the waters of French Broad river and McDowell Creek, adjoining lands of F. M.-Fanning and others, Beginning on a black gum at the mouth of a large ditch and runs East 26 p's toa white oak, "thence South 26 p's. thence East. with the conditional line, made ; by James Stuart, and John Johnson 100 rs more or less to a stake,.. thence with said conditional line about 50 p'sto' a stake, thence down-and with themeanders of the" branch to the creek, thence down McDowells. creek to the mouth of the bid branch, Ruppossed, . to be 10 n's thence" un said oldbTanch, to the be ginning, containing 40 acres more or less.- '-; ; " fX ." '; -' "' ' ' McD.. RAT - . Mortagee. Smith & Schenck, Attysv. .k:,:.: .kii'U, Plrst,National JBank Afnee Hendersonville, N. C. Co. Case Threshing Machines. Having qualified as executor of the last Will and testament of Mrs. A. A. Plumblee, all persons hay ing, claims against her estate, are notified to present them to me by the 1st day- of January 1912, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery and any person indebted to tiiestate will make payment 4;pme;:S This the 1st day of -January hl911. FRANKLIN SMITH. 4tp '-r' Executor. We have just received a new ship ment of Pickard China. WH. HAWKINS & SON. ; J XJ m M0 Itiri&bff Eklorrials Is the Original in the field of external rem edies for all forms of inflammation such as pneumonia, croup ana colds. Nothing can approach Gowans. It stands supreme: ' We hst ve been selling ; Go wans PreDar&tion for Pneumonia Colds ever since it wns put on d" hnt.'o frm nrf if. nnS O' lllal ACt) UU Uf IV , j. v. lour most satisfactory sellers. .:. .. CARPENTER BROS., Wholesale, and Retail Draggf' 1 Greenville, & a; July V 1V10- BUY TODAYl HAVE IT IH THE HOMt : GO WAN KEGICAL CO.. DURHAM. U. C I PI l m - - Hdlw.