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VOL. HYIV. 0 4 v i 1 . t i . ' v 4i i W mVJ u a v y i J B 1 0; 1 J ill it Clli J I.L.. -,-!s 4 il t it I 1 UTTER - Legiolafcoio monies UiosLz THEGAVELS FALLD ALLI3GVER FIHiDTeO YW Bond Issue of C-OXCO to Care fcr the Ctato's Fccblo Ilizdcd Eat- tie E07-I Cv-r ripn'a Celery Bm During Wliic!i IIany Nic8 hir.3 cra CcidVLaut 11:3 Coinmiicncr of Labor find rrinting wiij; t3 Head Lavr Surpriseda arncr cl t! .Eij Erain Swart 's Bills in the Senate Coras G cncrrl Inlcrraation Bcrablicatt I,Ientbcr3 Say They V7cro V7cll lrcatcd. 1 :- r.::-r r : 1 T. R. B. ? ; . . naieign, j)iarca x. Jver re tarn to a home from the cemetery; where they; have justs taken some friend T y "Reniemb e r the eelin g f utter -lonesoinencas thatgets through you 1 - Well, that 's about the way it hits you to go into the itate ;cajitol with; that .likeablq hunch of legislators gone-ome . ' them to return two yearsv hence - and some of them never. " The : ceremonies marking' "the close of 's a General Assembly are impressive" and - interesting, and hardly one of. the 170 men who have been fighting and struggling . and .worrying and; arguing. on the fioors of s the two 11 chambers but felt an odd tightening in the throat when the gavel fell at pre tisely the same - moment, "and the , .General Assembly of 1911 was de i tred adjoumedr "A3 you know, , - the two halls are exactly opposite, thv':the;rojtoda .of f the- building ' jratervening. ; The. : dadrs 6f both "chambero-. are swun -wider the "Prrsidcnt of - the B:nr-tef;and ;thb 1 1 r 1 j T-t clerks -cal" the .'. rcll,: dowly did. tlcrdnly, arid tha - 6r- .rem, Jof ; the1 inerabers, ranged .iatwo long lines from- the -preside " ia oGcers ' desks l;b, the doors,, arc ecnoea iainxiy m ooia: cnamoers. The. Toll call is endedvThere ;an J: ;tant's ilence.- Then, the gav-f tia;iaU;Witn anua ine. jnemoers fosti to a'close, and not .-frcim wake up and t is , alUover - for; ja the chamber but haa somo iuoas another two jrears. . . ,ure of importance, eithei-to him- Cere for state's k eeoicy iincica. , Almost tne ;asr amponaui I. xne Assemuiy ;-was ; uie passing f the Feeble- Minded kill; carrying a bond issue of 60,- a nn a r. ti,: -'tVia miws Uing fori bonds authorized byallytopk one solid hour of tlieir fee legislature; The r other: two .fhnfnnUh t, aHminis-.rwas WW.'hniidiW tiring of certaintbonds maturing; ?ill passe, on a toU call, too, with xx lll3. iDr. L. B. McBrayer bf onlyight votes being cast agamsH AmheviUe, has been ; appointed by: -;It w;aU :veryf;mtosting, . Governor "as onel thenine . teusteei of the institution; to cerVeJ! paLonebeingbat 4heimposs te:twdf7ers. It is expected to: We: hd accoishe ;and kare the buildings ready for 06-? cpancy(Trithin 21 Eittle EdTal Orer -.v-x-; .-a t;ii iriiins speed auring the closing wc"ase; rl s,s?la7 mittee hid reported a bill nn.itlv';. .mmcd.ately.. But more faT6rably;f orfor somether: rea- V . i - T j i . o' salary was the interesting Qiscus oa it had failed. to pass on its rhJ A. iruV u - pass first reading, it was almost vutter ... iy-impossible tor get any reeonsid oration; for, the measure An in stance : contradicting this rule iwererV : was tnat -of the bill in oreasin the salary of Mr. M, L. XSipman the22mmissioner of h& . hoc and Printmg. This measure had been Introduced in the House, ported favorablyby the "commit- .to which ie;hfl.fl: been Teferred for full inyetiagtion'andvpassed law--ceftainly a most wise and hu irithout -aaiessentmgi rvote3 It mane measure. The legislature has wit' thea;'xenfc'-'to'thec;S'enate: "for..; also authorized the Department to encurrence. This was late in the publish an. additional reportcoy tession, when'every minute count- - ering the calaries of the State. s d with the fSenatorswhb had --employes, and- has enlarged U aany mesuresof - their own topower; ,.uc-t Eubsantially, ; giving ttiU "get '."through;. In the hurly- it tt needed power to stop the feurly and confusion incident -to V unlir .'.! d printing indulged m by the rush, the bill was Maid, on the; some J the other State Depart tablelate Tnesdav afternoon. : menta, ;ind which, it is. calculated, Ordinarily, ttiat most; certainly eant.the"de ther,oryou:sM vote to reconsider a tabled -Biu, ana ' it s just a doui as eaa j get such a mea-ure 'off the table :j I jl r: . w V id3 11- IT . r.3 Defeated Senator -.Fisher as it is for a-rich man to enter the Kingdom of Heaven. r:;And most of the 'readers; of "--The "''Hustler know, they are going -to have-va hard lime of - it; for that reason, na:; getting through the p early gates'. . ' , '.Tha.:- Comfhissioner's' ; Friends: Get Sv--- Busy-;V"-;" - But Senator Gardnerone of the recognized leaders ; in the Senate, and; a; .man whose, influence' and ability are" too .well known; to re quire mention here, was not in the chamber when the bill ;was ; tabl ed during the afternoon session, and during the night session had Jind then and there things became interesting. The, question develop ed into a battle royah and the par- ijamenxary ,-snarps - naq xneir rapiers out; and fought eevry. inch of ; the way for an hour or more. Incidentally,, during the battle, tbere were all sorts of nice things -iid about, the Commissioner, pex- onaily and bClcirlly. The inipor--'c.o th ' ;r rXV? I : its valrs to-the,peT7"V.tr : Jr ablvi' cvinpr intLaf'cQ-t-iL f "th.'j -piifii. lid 'print in rr and . .ike. economic 'value of tn 9 Department's uxhual irepqrtsj'wexejaost' this iii the face of the "ml thit t lie tiniiotea to the legSla tui e was self or to the State -which just simply had to be discussed and : actedupon ' ; -le; y. ..... vri'".1'. - - So: m face of -all -this, they ac ct; u .mu.vuiw what, and the outcome of it -V,". cix-y sioh which brought to light the re markablyV increasedefneiency- of the- rDepartment. of .Labor : aiid Priirting under the--administrationof Commissioner Mx L Ship- manof Hendersonville.of course. 1 - . . 1 'j 'doptVSecorr.TTipndaticni;-. Practically all of .'.theDepart-J ment's recommendations to the leislature have b een enacted " into law. including the ten hour; lalor will resultt .m a ravine of not less r Judge Ew . . . - ' (Continusd on I ae b) months. j : ru u.;, -u. . .. - -i -. , . .j BUT UUlUit, WilC CumUAV The citizens oL Haider-on- ville haeve no' idea .what goL- on around them in the wcy of pub licity. in 'the ' ' South from '-."other mountain --towns, ' ' ; -, excitedly; Announced-, oiierof "the - towns :,; best " boosters" t6.;a:;-Hustlcr- reporter vesterdav: - -C-; (: S- ; V-;.:' . . In the conversation it was leam-, ed that1 the .pretty-', little town of Tryon N. G., is spending a 1 ro sum of money 'every' month fo the next "three' or -f our: months in ad vertising that: place as a t. -rt town, and best of all they are aid 0 be rgetting-direct ; result" al ready. This is one of;'the 1 :ny incidents where a mountain ' has taken cn nevr lif;: v,'L strenuous advertising' campai' inaugurated. - , - That Hendersonville ; ch spend $2000 this -year, v and'-x centlcss, on advertising the V; advantages; is the opinio :i l ' largeWnumberof ' '. the leading 1 1: :ld the iti- . ,' zens. ' k -At the last meeting of the ( im- V1UU-' U .fiOUUUllWtS ' Ui leading public spirited citizc. 1 of the town were appointed to go be - fore the city council and a:. for such an appropriation; The Dm- i mittee nas noi reportea .o ia. . . ; ox rmiaueipma, -;x-. caucu m -7 From: a reliable source i is the -Hustler office this week. US learned that one citizen alone, last reports a steadily-, increasing de year mailed out 1,000 Hendei on- vmand" for the . Car tright Metal ville booklets to people over the - shingles 1 lthrough the Southern South, :: i There are. other publicstates fThe Farmers' Supply Co., spirited' citizens who have one'who are the local ; agents for'the like work for the advancement of ' Cartright; Co.;rhave, just ordered the town and are ready now to aid -three car-loads of the Cartright more in the jcampaign for making -shingles, .which will insure prompt Hendersonville the mountain, je-: deliveries, to their customers at sort of "Western North Carolina.. 5-right' pricesr - " 1 r 7 i ,11 1 i y a-: r -'v. jrf 1 Avprp.irtnwn Inst wk, looking at I fully. liUSTlBWfK lilliiiii!; : ; ". ever' bef ore; hastho : 'IJustler Corapsmy ;hadian' op'portunity;4p treat .theikubscribersi royal manner as now: T'hiaw'eek the Comp any vreceive d: a shipment of .: handsome MtchenVsets 'which are being; displayed- in :; this: office These seta aref guaranted by the Hustler. - Company , backed bythe samef rora the- concern that manu factures; them thus making you double sure of getting satisfac tory. articles ' from-us. : , ' X,Drop in at the office and let us show you what . we are talking about. We mean- v.bsinessvt and :it .i.'j 1 . j 2 it.: will stand by 7ver'wvrd in thi3 article and in our large ad inthis issue ; Read the advertisement and: then come to" see us. We have the very, thing you have been in need of forborne timeand; will give it to you for only :a: small cost. ; ;-y-" '-' .-'. . ''-,- " : This set : cannot be bought at a store In fact they cannot .be bQUght put right.; We do not sell sell them, but simply give them away to our subscribers who pay ixs $1.85 for a - years subscription to the Prench Broad Hustler.; Jlake up your mind now and ord.. Manager. and let this valuable : kitchen-:' set - time , and labor in your household i - - r. 'J-Ki. . Ar -, i hnt-i-tn. a-, , . - ui- uie ciUD-nave Deiii the erec- - r :T71-'i-:'-T:--iT iS W-"-' -The force 'of. workmen at High--fcch-iwa on ihh.r info tt. " ..w . . " - fi -mg, oi - Uiiarleston is having u i. v " - o -!' 1 's j increased, and streneous efiorts -oenn Tin wi: t, x f lir-r- t-'" --1 r ittQ I - - . - '-'-i, . - , .. , . . v",juu residence omit A.'hich is in esime ueius iu tue ;- ilJ .uuxmg mc.piwcm oi - w -umu y "r , vr" i wiucu-cauuui. ue saia oi xne tract for a ly beneiitted by; considerable bhtside capital. ; A company of ;men;.lready':been':iidd"o''Qii the nro-rifico ttu' Hendersonville 's.. oldest bank, the first National has a fine state ment at the close of business March -7-, which has been printed in a neat little folder issued from the Hustler, office lately. Tiiis bank has now on deposit about oeK. ; The surplus and undivided profits reach about $25,000. .The ; officers of this institution ' who are all wide-awake, public spirited , citi zens, carry out the policy of Jhe bank, which in a concise form .can be 'found on' the staienient folder, The policy of ;the First National Bank of Hendersonville is to be conservative yet progressive ; to grant such terms as are consistent with soun-KbaiikiTip princ xV. ir keep its f acilities ' and organiza tion up-to-date for the' conduct of all branches, of domestic bank ing.' J. Mack "Rhadesrthe" genial cashier, - has been out "of town f 01 the past two; weeks, undergo ;ng medical treatment He in expect- vv- Mttwa, x . buuj. ii. iiui. tjH,u,i.i; improved f romihis- vacation. 5 ; ; ,',; ... 1 . . , ..'..' ;. - : ' : HrGeo. 17 Morgan represent- ing the Cartright "Metal y Roofing I - i , l.H.i! ' ' 1 t 1 1 1 1 M turn . ti m m , -Tt Vflf 1 . I lu . hA pflWt, that. in: of th&r largest real various Drouerties andifrom a re - - Narrows; Still : in; EaleiglL --v - JkIr.)TtR. :Barros,;wha was ex pected to 'return home last -week, Lhas decided . to prolong his: and Observer in' the " preparation "of matter for. a. mammoth el gisla tivA J."editi6nl Barrows lias 'be6h aligned theVre5jqnEible duty;of preparintj: a digest oi Vail the imporiai.' av't; oJv;he.' reeent General Assembly, and -will dq it well' It-is. .expected that the eoU tion will ;. jappe'ar Within two weeks after the:;- legislature: ad journedv llr. Barrows1 wiU neyerfUet up until hit - task: is. donei v V Z "r'y The Margaret Davis : Hayes Chapterof U. D. C.,; o;iIenderr4 fionyille, .N. C.y have heard, with deep regret and: sorrow.xtlie; invasion- -of death- into "the , ho mcs " of two of our jnembersr; viz ; Miss Su-: Ean B. Farmer and Mrs tola Rip-, ley BarnweHt who have" eacK suf fered the loss of a dear sist er We deeply sympathize Vwith'f them; H their, irreparable' loss. -Therefore be it ..'.-:' r;.'. - Resolved -i,That' we exprer3 to them, i -and their families our heartfelt- sympathy ' in; their be reavement, and we. pray God may strengthen " and comfort . Mhein. Further be itr ' -',:, - i: - . ssaui io ifdoo ,8 -ix;uTi 'poATosarr resolutions be sent to' each-family looked after with; the same inter and sureadr uuon thojninutes of est that the poultry department our chapter, and be published in our local papers. : '"--''- .--;'' .1 " : Miss Josephine Iian"e :'",.. - Mrs. Ethel Harris Fisher. : : j ""Mrsi Mary'Qeog Hudgeris. '' ''Committee. hodg: Ctcady Iraprovcracnt Bcin; Gclf Ccurce , Highland Lake - V is a ' new station on the Southern railro ad one and one half smiles from this city. - Division superintendant ; C. C. Ho dge s of the.. Southern ' rail way was in Hendersonville ; the other day where "he came to design ate the site for Highland Lake Club 's new ,-. railway . station. It has been definitely decided upon and -worlr will begin in the near future on a modern station build ing, just a .mile, and a half -from Hendersonville for-Highland Lake ,Clubl one of " Hendersonville 's most 5 f ashiona ble - ' colonic 3 - The passenger shed will be ohu liun dred , feet long including a mod ern waiting room with ticket of fice and baggage accommodations. An agent will be kept busy at this new ' office. This additional Tsta tion near Hendersonville means a great deal for the town in the busy part of the summer season. Many cr to bo at Club WilJ- Superintend of Jhe members ;of the; club will, force of skilled workmen are busy spSnd alarge part of their time ui ; prparing the interior work which the town shopping, as, there wiU aUow the building to be "bady be about six grains a day going ;for becupancy-by July Jlst; " each way on the Southern railroad r The iane:cape engineers Uiavc Lrip fare- of about cr.t i .people will be coming into HenJr-on-ViU'e- from, this t . n cn every tram.- ' . - TThen' the 75 ho: tni v t :i it r urtr 1 r . . - , . , . , dv : wires will be run out to-the HHm-e'" Ee-enin Dertv v This 'w-ifiW Roa:; r: ' - j- -ci " i iand to takft- charp .nf - t.hfl snnpr. Ui. i'i, ; -"- The Poultry" Ccianiittce. ' The committee recently aDboiht- Uommercial Club to look aftef the thai is to be held in Henderson-! - yille next October have organized j' - tqr electing Dr.C. -Few as chair- Snim- and Mr. J. F; Brooks secre tary and' : treasurertV The other members of . the committee are Messrs; F. 'Z:T- -Itforris,' Bonnie Bfooka tmd Fetinur.; The ehairman of the cbmmitte' requests us to say that they are now ready J f or business and will be triad to near from'any and all who may be in any way interested in poultry, and that any one of the committr. tee will take pleasure -in giving any-, information ithatmay- deder' ired ;';.' ;.; -;-;f--.:, u VThisfeature of the , f airsbould; and no doubt will,- prove' one of the best drawing cards of the fair. The; poultry business ia; becoming, one of the greatest and;mqst euc cessful industries of the state, and poultry. chow3 are being held each year from one end of the state to the other, and in ; every,-' jMaeekas been the incans of firXTving large d-.enthusiastie Vrbvds; , ; We feel safe in saying that if all other "departments of . the fair is will" be by the gentlemen above, named, . the '.'fair willbe a: great ; BIQ'Suececx ' ' -.'. : ' " ',. ' . V ; " Mrs Ablert . -Williams' is quite sick at' her home on Main ttreet. : G" ft. ..JBr -3 - Beaees Zzert Cell P2:.y . Ceramic icn an 1.v-cd 18 hole golf course at the club. 'z will remand at the club throughout the season giving instructions to the members how, to play, golf and making irinteresting for the mem bers ,who are already experienced players Mr. ' Beason - will be closely identified with the club for come time. J Ir. Holt tHe 'pres ident has? been negotiating a long. -.time, -'forajexpert -'at; -golf and feel highly V complimented that ; he could Eecure te services of such v an exp ert as Mr. Beason. - In the past three months inany important changes have - taken place out at the beautiful proper ty of ; the; Highland v Lake, club. The once famous old Khett-proper-ty has been transformed into a modern club park with one of tho most; magnificent club houses in Western North Carolina. Today, the club house is fast nearing com pletion. The exterior work nmpti mIIv finU- wn r i is v.ihding path. and -circl:- drive . "'yThey Jiave planted , hbery alonT the rr white p:nc3 L .... .n. I-t v.. "1- i.i r gro.: of L. - ; Xiii.i.Iiit. .5J i-v . Oil iL Ilia CGIU1- ,1 't. H. Owens of Charleston, who t 1 ' ' - 1 s seni many summers in lien U01I liinlrs. .. ; , . :. fprshnvtllAV,oo ltrA -i, , . ' "v, nug Ciill tllC UU11- mo dern . bun galo w on s. J? rank Duncan and .,: c;lu-UilimiSoraery .4 a snoriiysta J m;" 2..- Biwij' i,ructure- rv-"??; Court: Adjo'urnsi " .. ! r0 r?e 'ssessfon ' the March - term of the; sup eripr court t for Henderson eountv c.n.mt n -iW - - . . - - v w rc i : great ei any cases tried at this term owing; to the-ifaet that most ,-of the the court V'time was taken up with two or three cases, clmp'st three daysljaving been eon sum ed, 'in the :-case-; -of "Josebh' Cairhes charged vith the killin' of XJlett Davis last falL.; The ca? Jyen to the jury Friday night and after about , twelve hours de liberation they; returned a" verdict .of not guilty. The juryMhat ren dered this verdict were as follows : D. Johnson, F; C. Justus, W. S. Wall, Erwin Mlaxwell, '-Mlack -Bry-Eon, v LaFayette V Brown, G. G. Brown, D.-W McCallJake Mer rell, J, R Hood; Chas, Fisher and " J.:P. .Capps.'..-', :'.- ".,:.'-:-: Another'caseof ' cbme';r.,intcrt : was-that of' State vnOtt '.Johnccn, rcad-.overseerpwho ; .'.'wasindicted for not working the roads. Til? yerdictof the Jury, was not' giiilty. .; Rape Lyda: and , -.Fred' ; Beniron tccto ' : sent ' to -the - to: months; each for .larceny. j' Ir.. ITimrod Baeliner wishes to fcMWi Ww.w bWjki ' express through"-these '"coulmn.", for himself and family, their grat !-lul appreciation, of the'faany 0 of .kindness '.-received ; from-' t j numerous . friends" ...during ". the r c cent illness, death , and burial thebeloved, wife and nc' -r. c: r