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T"? r p v A a- 1 n r PJ 'A V i h i -Mi r NEW SERIES VOL. 14, NO. 36. . HENDERSOirTILLE; NOUTS 0 AEOLIITA, T , IIAY 11, 1911. $1.00 PER YEAIT2 J1 i I I jj - jiu u i i u u A. . , 7 ; ' v 1 . - ' '. - " ' -A -: K- -: ' n a niurnir " i inn n nt,-8 - IK FOiHEi .. X ' - "A ' A'--,; The following 'press dispatch, has teen sent broadcast throng the South by the Hendersonville , Press Bureau; T. R- Barrows, manager: . ", AT Henderson ville, May 10. Hender sonville, through the generosity of Mr. Andrew Carnegie, is -to have a magnificent Carnegie library building. The funds for this purpose have been appropriated by - Mr. Carnegie and Mayor R. H. Staton has been officially notified of that fact. A- v "; ;-; More than fifteen thousand intelli gent people spend the summer months each year in Hendersonville, and they come from all parts of the South. Through the generosity of-Mr. -Carnegie, a building suitable to the needs of this great number of intelligent people will be erected here. -A mag nificent structure, it is to .be, a' monu ment to Mr. Carnegie and a. tribute not only to the people comprising the permanent population of Henderson ville but furnishing educational op portunities to a vast number'of intel ligent visitors fromf the further South. As to how Mr. Carnegie became 1 1n terested sufficiently in Henderson ville as to . spend many thousands of A JfEW POLITICAL ERA. . TVoodrow Wilson Says Reform Move ment Promises Much Tor the. Wel fare of the IfationBoth Parties Represented. v , ": Kansas City, Mo., May 5. Wood row Wilson, Governor of New Jer sey, in a speech, before the AKnife and Fork Club tonight, declared that a new political era, promising much for the welfare of the nation is now upon the American people. The movement is one of reform marked by a process of restoration, rather than that of a revolution, he. said. - Both great political parties, he said, .were represented jn reforming present con ditions. ' A" - ' A O The Democratic : party was noU so closely allied ; with ; the . reactionary forces, "the mterests.'aaas the Re publican party, however,' paid the Govi ernor, and therefore" the Democratic party was better-able to serve the people in the 'process of restoration-' - ' '- -' - : The presence of Governor Hadley of Missouri added interest to the occa tion. Both State Executives were . re ferred to during the evening a's presi dential possibilities inl912. . Governor Wilson's speech tonight was the first to be delivered during his Westren tour. He spent a busy day as the guest of local civic organ izations. - v .." ear Beer Saloons and Crime. The part which ' the near beer sa loons have played in the violation of the prohibition law, as brought 'out in the Durham .recorder's; court during the past few days, demonstrates again the wisdom of the act of the last leg islature abolishing these places. Prac tically all the sixty or more illegal sales of whiskey, for, which the' de fendants are being 'triedj this . week were made in connection , with the near-beer saloons. A Not only has it been proved conclu sively that these places, are the cen ter of the Illegal whissey traffic, but that they are alsa the centers of every conceivable kind of vice and Immor ality. The vice that centered about the old open saloons was mild as com pared with the immorality entering in the near beer saloons, if the evi dence of those who "frequent these Places is to believed. ; - ' A ' , Whether this , vice x will find some other rendexvous when the near beer saloons are abolished remains to be seen, but it is certin that the present headquarters "of the vicious, and Im moral element of Durham will be-removed after July 1st, when the iiefar us beer dispensaries go put of busi- ness. Durham Sun. . .. : .' r ocal Firm Will Continue Talnable Agency A . .--i;. ; , ine Justus Pharmacy ;of this city bave just closed a' deal whereby they wl continue to be agents for ZEMO the well known remedy for Eczema, Dandruff, and all diseases of the skin ad scalp. ; - f - 7The extraordinary leap that this clean liquid external treatment for 8n affections has mae- into , public vor i nthe last few years proves Its wonderful curative properties and makes it indeed, a valuable addition jo the fine stock of . remedial agents y the Justus Drug store; - V They have a limited supply of sam Pies. One of which will be given free ''t oany skin sufferer, who wishes to st the merit ." of the medicine, v A "Wet "How To Preserve The Skin J also be given to , those intecest- 'd. i . - -' . I.-.; ' . AAAA, '-"erCol., May 8. A demonstra W .conthning for . five, minutes fol ia lhe mentioa of .Gov. Wilson s a nhbie democitic candidate nftrt tion by President Ohag pnsnn- -f to TVnver chamber 4 of e-oe t.oft at a banquet. mm dollars here the following-inside his tory will be of interest; . r v . Mr. Charles French Toms, one of Hender'sonvillei's most prominent1 citi zens and . best known 1 lawyers) is a personal andrihtimate friend of Colo nel Er T. Everett, . the Cleveland capir talist, who has a summer home near here. Colonel Everett is an intimate friend of Mr. i;arn'j;io-., While the wise ' generosity ' of ; the world-wide philanthropist is,' of course ully ap preciated by all the people of Hen dersonville, still, to Colonel Everet wha directed Mr.-Jarhegle's attention to the needs of the town, and who ob tained the gift, is due the fullest credit Colonel Everett will , hereafter : be counted as one of' this town's bene factors, even if he does live in an ad joining couonty. v . And then, last, but most - certainly not least, 'the 'fullest measure of credit is due to Mr. Charles French Toms of Hendersonville th man who furn ished the .original' Idea, and whose personal- friendship with the two mil lionaires was the starting - point of a plan which has V, resulted in giving! Hendersonville - a Carnegie library building in fullest accord with the dignity of - the town as one of the greatest resorts oL the South.; ' . ' - STILL BIGGEB BATTLE SHIPS. Authority Says Limit Has -Not Been Beached in Vessels of 30,000 Tons. From "New York Sun : . ' The British Society of Naval NAr chitects has been discussing the size of battle ships and inclines to the opinion that the limit has by. no means been reached. The discussion brought out thes ratio of growth in England. Battleships have increased in the last ten years 60 per cent In, displacement, 35. per . cent in; length, 17 per cent In bradthJ In A speed more than two knqts an hour has been gained, and the weight" of metal discharged in a broadside has : made the amazing growth f rom 4,000 to 12,500 pounds.; , - Considering the ; mater of , cost,,: It was said; that woAof the newest ves eels could be built fpr aboutihe; price QfthreeT6f 'theearlieri and' smailer' pre-DreadnoBght r type.MThe f two into action . a main - armament , one thiTd greater than that of the three small . vessels combined and '. their J working cost and expefnsiveness' In modern vessels - would, ;liowever, take maintenance and repairs would A 6e less. From these considerations Prof. J. J. Welch . thought the 'policy -of building big ships was justified.' The unsettled question; "one which naval officers could best answer he said, was; whether, ships rot still greater size would not prove an advantage. ' Prof. G. H. Biles said the classic dictum used . to ; be that "only num bers could annihilate," but it was now antiquated. One Dreadnought could have annihilated. 'Nelson's entire fleet at Trafalgar, and for the matter of that the French and Spanish ships to boot. He was . far from believing that the battle ship - limit had" been reached in vessels of 28,000 -or 30, 000 tons. v A. ' - . Lewi. West Electrocuted , A Raleigh'. N.( C. May 5?--Completely overcome s'o that he had to be sup ported to the death chair, Lewis West, the notorious -Wilson outlaw, was elec trocuted at 10:30 o'clock this morn ing7 in the, presence . of the limited number of spectators that the law al lows. Quite a number of them were officers', and citizens of Wilson here to see the passing of this noted criminal who had given them so much trouble. .. West vwept copiously and in the last j words that" he was permitted to say declared- that he held nothing against- anyone and hoped . to meet all . in heaven. ; .', - . . ' ' -. . In a written statement made to his spiritual advisors, Rev.; J. E. King and Rev. H. iD. Delaney, colored Episco pal ministers, West made it clear that the negro, Stetson, who was-given. 30 years In the . penitentiary s as an ac complice, was really innocent of any, part in the row : that Jedvnp to the killing of ' Deputy ' Sheriff Mumford, for whlh West was paying the death penalty. - He stated that Stetson did none - of shooting and had , no part in the stote ;thefts,.fowrhlch the officers jyere attempting to arest the company when Deputy Mumford l was : killed, t A AAA : ;'. v ' CondiUon i Wheat ' ; .' , ; Washington, : May' 8. The " average conditioon of winter wheat on May 1 and 86.1 . compared ; withT 85 , on April 1, 92.1 on May, 1," 1910 and 86.0 the' may l, ten years average,, accord ing to the May crop of the departnient of agriculture issued at 2:30 p. m. to day. ' ' : ,: ' " A', - A v ' v -f A A;A 1 A ' 1 -The average cohdition. of , rye was 90.0 comnared with 89 Z on April 1 ; 91.3 on May 1, ,1910 and. 89." the, May lten year average. " ' . :V A F. R. Hpuston" has returned "from Charlotte where he went to t visit his wife who has been in a hospitar there for several weeks. Mrs." Houston 1b renorted to be getting? along nioely ano Will return to the city in a1 few days Grand Warden 1.0.0, F, News was -received here hy the Ochlawaha ) Lodge, Number 161 Qdd Fellows. of the election of M. L.. Ship-man,- commissioner of ' Labor and Printing of North Carolina to the po sition of Grand Warden' at the meet ing of 'the Grand Lodge of I. O. O. F., at' is 68th annual session. This news comes as a source of- pleasure of the many friends of Mr. Shipman. The position t is one of the highest honors that can be placed .upon a member of the lodge in this state. Mr.. Shipman has long: been a member of the local lodge and his iname was presented through the representativs of the .local lodge. Mr. A. O. Jones who ; Is t in Winston-Salem attending the sessions. Miscellaneous Shower for T. M. C. C. :; The ladies of Hendersonville, under the auspices of the different JWoman 's Missionary; Societies in town, will tender rthfi Young Men's Christian Club r a ; miscellaneous shower on Friday evening, May 26, at 8 P. li; The affair will take place in the newly aquired' quarters of the club, over jj, 0. Williams store and an en joiyable- evening is looked for. -An interesting programe Is being ar- ranged for the . occasion consisting of drills, potatoe races and various other contests In the hall for the boys gymnasium, and a musical , enter tainment in thfr parlor. : ?: v .x v The follawing is a partial- list of ar- tides which the club is inNneed of: A Ch,airs, reading tables, ' secretary's desk, books and magazines" for . lib ary, book-cases, electric table lamp, setee cushions, towels, clock, games, and other articles to , helpmake the club quarters comfortable and . invit ing for , the boys. '' Last, but not least, the organization is in need, pf- finan cial support. For this purpose a subscription- list is be"ing circulated among the citizens of the .town and it Is hoped the movement will receive the endorsement of the people In this material way. -A . ;A: ': . Ladies desiring to' participate in" the miscellaneous shower and seeking further information regarding the same should see' the president of the missionary society, of their churchr 6r any - member of the special commit-: tee -of the club.: .Messrs.' BaneIL.lC: Wald rop, FPJustus,-WmTWyf oxd, JK- yyuspn, .jti. ; Aieye,r, constitute this cbmmittee. A A ' Remember ; the date, Friday, May. - Hotel Gates Will Open Monday. -The , opening of Hotel Gates next Monday 15th marks the beginning of the summer season in Hendersonville. This fine hosUery has long been one of the - attractions of the , city and crowds of - summer guests . will be pouring in the city before long seek ing the pure 'mountain air and cool weather from that of '"the far South. A. A. Gates the proprietor has been n the city for the pa&t few weeks get ting his mammoth hotel n shape for uie opening next Monday. -Mr. Gates s enthusiastic over .the prospects of the season. This year the hoteL will have one of vthe most famous orches tras in the country giving concerts for the guest and at the dances every night, v' . : A Mr. Gates has had quite a number of inquiries as to rates for board and has been busy mailing put letters true trf Hendersonville and his hotel.. . The organization' of the hotel has been changed this season with" the exception of Mr.: Gates giving his per sonal, attention to.-jthe management v ; MJss Horrow's HecltaL The graduation recital! given by one of HendersPnvillets young ladies, Miss Martha Connor Morrow At Limestone College in Gaffney, ., C, took place last Friday - evening at that place. Mis Morrowrhas only been at this col lege three ' years, yet she completed her course in the -School of Expres sion in three years. : v A '. J. C. Morrow attended the. recital given by is daughter.. The following Is theprogram. : .1. Balcony Scene, Romeo and Juliet t Shakespeare Miss Morow. 2. v "Oh,- Sir!' Anon-Miss Bethea. 3.. One of Bob's Tramps AnonA MIsS' Morrow. V - 4. A Boy's Cpnclusion, Fool .Young Uns Riley Miss Morrow. . ' ; : 7 5. - Portia at the Bar,: Merchant of Venice Shakesnea re Miss Bethea. 6. The story of the Deglue' arid How". It "Came About Harris The Schoolma'am's Courting Anon Miss Bethea. - ; '' . : A. , . 7. Organ Solo Intermezao-Dun-ham Mr. Eyer. : -; ; , - 8. A -Romance of the Ganges Browing-i-Misses Morow, Bethea, Ivey and ; McMillan. : A . A :"- A Substantial Bridee. A ' There's a new bridge across. Mud Creek that's hull t . to s. tay. , I t's on the Clear Creek road, known as the "lo.r Jbrire' at. the confluence of Mn4 CeeV and Devil's Fork. The new structurp is lorp-er. tban; the old bTidee, ha rock abutments which are amply tq i eted- by . stue extensions. . The answav leadlrg'o tTe bridre has Aon widened; and evened up, and alto eether a vasK improvement Ip bp-? i Knpxville & cireenvllle railroad boost- i c',eang. has-bti jice r'i''1'1 and'well.' - - " : In order to keep pace witbAthe many other progressive movements that is being, and is to be inaugurateu in Hendersonville in the near f utui e it has beenproposed by some of oui most progressive citizens that great arches ' of , electric . lights be built across Main street from Sixth avenue to t the court 'house. - Such a brilliant muiiunaupn w ouid convert this, street into one of rare beauty. V Hundreds Pf progressive A cities are now establish jng these arches' commonly known as "White Ways.". It would -prove"Hhe adding of an unparalleled attraction to the many vvhich Hendersonville now has." The pa"rty which conceived the idea, interviewed Mr. R. AL Gates at once. AThe day is already getting late and whatever is done must be started at' once.. . Mr Oates was enthusiastic and said that he wouId do more: than his share;A ln fact said he "All I .want is to be made whole on the proposition. I will donate . the labor' Lr other words said he ""I will- be the biggest h contributor." ; . A AO .. r. The cost of this superb Illumination h Will be nominal, v ' - - - It was Arpposed Uhat . the street should be lighted from June 15th to September 15th. Several parties along the street c were seen. ; Not a single person was lukewarm on the matter Whatever ' is . done must be . started soon. Every merchant . every hotel Powner every, business and professional nian the town-, council the board of trade the If Retail Merchants Associa tion in fact every one should assist liberally, .in the accomplishment of this most laudable enterprise Do it now;.' .v-f.-- k-r':''-.-r'-U-:v -r;,.t - :: - ' v- " -;' ' -'--A ; A . Commencement Exercises: ; The senior class of the Henderson ville. High School will present afl ori ginal comedy- in.flve .acts onv Friday, May ; 19, 1911 at .8 :30' P. M. which-Is intended, to illustrate school life and the ; intellectual At development of va young man' who Is' poetricallyjin clined. The': first act will be a scene in the county' home; of the young-man showing his home life. A? . r A:-: 1 The; second act ' will 1 be '.the school rocmt; bnl the opening day, rof school whenA the ' pupils are registered. rr A 'AiJS ih third -Act each- teacher 'holds a rfeci tationCbn v which tue pupils ive answers which ha v been given dj the schoor children thoroughout the country. ; v' -'.,- '. ';""; r The fourth:' act 'represents . & - so cial ' evening" given byt the class fouv years, later. v . '. 'C 'A. A. V-A'-5 .The fifth qct represents .graduation- night: in "'which diplomas are awarded to 21 graduates. ; ; Admission 10c, school, children 5c ; , : ' ' - - . v . New County Physician Elected. - The county board of health of Hen derson county met ; on last Monday for the itwrpose of electing a county physician. . A ; - - ; ; Drs. J.G. Waldrop and J.S. Brown both applied for the position. The ballot was taken which .resulted ln the election of " Dr. ; J. S;- Brown, the. iomDens.ation to be $20 per ; month or $240 per year A : - , .A complaint wa!s: brought to the. at tention of the hoard , of health of a cemetery being 'established at Upward where It iSy calculated to affect the public health of the community ' by polluting the drinking water, and the county physician is to take such steps he thinks necessary to relieve the situation.' -v ""' ''"'''''' .W.-Y'fs; -'- " .. ; ' ; . -.- - A Work of the Press Bureau. - Hendersonville has the dnly press bureau In Western North : Carolina, and possibly In the entire st'itr.r paid and supported" by the town.' A Since its organization; on! April 15 the press bureau, has .succeeded In placing 18 columns of Hendersonville news matter in .various .big. papers of the SouthT from KnPxville,H Tenn., to Jacksonville,- Fla. -.; These 18 columns make about 365 'nches, or alnlost 1000 lines, or about 6,000, wordswhich is a greater amount of space devoted by the hig oapers of the South to the news of THE .resort of the - South than "the town has ever before, secured in one or two years.: A A A; v v " v Laymen's Mass Meeting Snndav. ; On. Sunday' af ternopn'at 3 : 30 o'clock at the Methodist church tbee, will be held a Laymen's Mass "Meetine: to htch. men are cQr'?If''1vA'vited ' Short talks will bV made by the . f ol lowing gentelinen : ' ; Dr. J. S. Brown "How the Lay men's Movement can help $he pastor." V3 Wetmur "Why -T - believe, in Missions. . - ? 7 " ' ; . A r E. J. ; Rhodes "The -King's A husir nes's." ' ' " - ' , V": J. R. WIHson "How shall we sp"read ,the gospel." '.A.. . A A v A ; V '" A Col,' Pfies H the I&flroad . Meeting Col, S. V. Pickens,, a natural -born wap te -. rieht. man in .the right -'ay at the Knotville. conference. . ' c h1 e m k .in ' th e Se 1 very' 1 ' e rrr vrt"T-f AiO'A TnfiPt ijt .fine ilTl- pression cm his Dig adience.' - A- ; ITeEiorial Day.v ' Pi. v Ma- 10th. Memorial Pay passed, off quietly . In Hendersonville Legal holiday was' observed, by" the banks: arid roptnffVe . - ' . . - Work on Hndersonville's - new el ec- trie street car line ; has actually be gun and .will be completed " inside "of sixtyi days,. This Is the. statement from the Officials of the. company that have "charge of the construction work. A corps of engineers, headed by J. W. "Bailey" are busy making final sur veys of the route, Including the proper grades, etc. , : A A V i 7 Monday, it is4, -said, that the actual - throwing of dirt 'and- lay ing of cross ties will begin on Ander son avenue ; It "is the understanding that local 'concerns will make bids on : the excavation and if" necessary outsiders will be called-in so that the work ! may be pushed as rapidly as is desired by the management,' ;-'- v ' . The Thomas Investment Company, ol Greenville, , S. C, of which H. H. UP TO THE SENATE NOW. House Passes The Free List Bill By A Vote Of 236 To 109 Bepnblicans Fight-'HardV:. ,; Yp::, ;:;:':-:p:P P Washington, May 8. Nine hours of continudus pounding at the hands of the - Republican minority of the House of Representatives failed to make a single change in the first Democratic tariff bill, , that placing on the free list agricultural implements, meats and many other ' articles. The. bill passed the House tonight by a vote of 236 to 109, the Democrats voting sol idly and" mustering 24 Republicans with them. -A . ..;' ; .'--P A . This came put after ( the Democrats more 'than one hundred amendments, and had demonstrated again ' that the Democratic majority was a compact and smoothly working machine - for the enactment of vlegislatipnlA Min ority Leader Mann threw amendment after; amendment - into.. the debate, ranging :all the way. from free rice to free lead, and pig iron;, but those that were noCruled out of ; order .were cheer, fully voted Adcrwn "by ; almpst solid. Democratic vote. iPPr-X- pp; A An, attempt by' MrZ&Iaiin; to;rcom; niiu.the. bUi the:.cm andl mLns "was" tabled.. oy tha"House Tiinn ta r I a1 hv tnfl HflllC 1 The RepuDlican fight to amend tne bill began : with; .an attempt rtp niake, tne free. admislon,pf 'merchandise ap ply ;only to Imports ;irom t countries uat, in turn" admitted American pi . u ducts free This, was followed by et forts to have incorporated in thefbill provisions thatx would force' other countries to give up their, discrimi nations against American meatsV live cattle and " flour ; and to include pro visions aimed at countries that im pose restrictions on the ;. export of potash and pulp wood. ; ,; A AH of these amendments were thrown out by Chairman AlexandeY and Cfiairman Hay, the two presiding officers of the day, as not permissable' under the rules of tne ,wouse. v iTheA Republican leaders, including! rSpeaker Cannon, Mr. Mann and Rep- resentative Payne, former Republican leader, roundly 'denounced the Demo crats for denying freedom of; debate and admeindment. Mr. . Cannon de clared - that never In the,, history of Congress had the right of representa tion onr the : floor of, the r House been so limited ; and Mr. Puyne asserted that the Democrats would be dis credited' before tne country for their arbitrary , exercise, V majority power. . The Democrats" : smiled through ' it all;, and on the motion of Mr. Under wood they continued to turn down the Republican amendments - covering free :ricev free sugar, free iron , ore, paints, drugs, glass and a host of other things. Time after time ; Mr. Manh appealed from the decisions of the chair over-ruling his amendments; but ineach case the Democratic ma jority cheerfully ' sustained the chair. x After four or five'hours of attempts at amendment," the Republican fight took on the complexion of a filibuster Once when denied a' vote by the Chair man, Mr. Mann '; intimated ' tfiat the bill ' would not pass in a hurry. Fol lowing that the RepubMcans repeated ly' tlemanded rising votes; but in the end Mr. Mann made. no attempt to delay the final vote on the bill. - A In all; the Republican leader offered eigLy-three A amendments. After every' paragraph, he , renewed the attempt, to have . a 'countervailing clause put in so that the free fates would not apply;to countries charging duties against simillar American goods. A: :;; .A-,, A; - .' -Al;v, ' . The Democrats : steadfastly refused to cut, off debate," or lay themselves open to the charge of. having passed the bill undef a gag rule. A. A Republicans declared i the , . Demo crats . were giving . away ? American" markets" and getting nothing; in return. Mr. iim or uonnecucut insistea tnat the bill ought to be so amended that it would "put a, lever under other, na tions that are ; not" dealing fairly with the -United States." To none of these changes however, . would " the Demo crats accede. - A . ; : v A ilinority Leader Mann declared that the Democrats had not. put either rice or ; rice flour on the -free list, simply because' they were products of -Southern, States. Chairman Underwood . Thomas is president: are the promo- ters of the new car line. - It ' is saidti.' that this company Is . composed ttf" capitalist of Greenville;- and AtlanU Ga., ; ' ' ; - :. The necessary, fund ht $10,000 conv tributed byine citizens of Henderson ville was raised-with very little trou- ble. One of the - leading merchants- interested only in the raising of tbJfe money said:;: ''Hendersonville is com--posed of some oft the livest business;--, men that can be , found in the com try. We ' had . very ' little trouble in.'- -raising this amount. They are cer tainly public Spirited men and should A be praised for such, I can count oax my hand those who failed to contrf- - bute without some very good reason. We shall certainly receive our re -r " ward which is an ELECTRIC CAE LINE FOR HENDERSONVILLE.." . of the ways and means - committee.. the Democratic leader, replied ; that-' the reason rice had not been amde ree- was because the Democrats did noiL know ho w much revenue it woulS I cost the government, - " " ."This does not complete our tariftT legislation," said . Mr. - Underwood-A. "We Introduced ;the bill 'to. give, the 42 farmers; cheaper agricultural imple--ments and the city dwellers, cheaper r meats and bread. We could nqt gey 1 beyond that without endangering the revenues. We :. intend to take up proper order, all tariff rates, and tela adjust all of themj r. To the Citizens of Henderson Cnntji My recent election aj. snnerlntendenfci of health and appointment as qjuaraa tine sofficer form my -excuse for thiEL. card. By nature we have one of thgr ' most healthful counties, in. our statew or even in the United States.: Still, we. have some-sickness very large parfc of -which could' be avoided.. The xnoxev we learn about the causes of sicknessri and Heath; the better we know. that.oar ' lack "of knowledge of and. obedience to plain laws of health is'.i ciponsihle. jfert' most or our. suffering. .It. will ba-cr M A i . ; . . ... V,- L " uui uiereiyrio minister ta me-nea&xaLr thejtckA apdAafflicted in"ms ooos3 home and in , places of legal eQnfiiiee; ment as. the . law plainly requiresbnis also in a : broader way to helrj:aiy to- .know better how tP avoid iRknt ami -sicknesa an! delay death. Quarantine .regulatiossy -J are simply some very plain legal ieL . quirements in matters cf health affecil-- ing your neighbor, as well as yonrseis: -The new; law makes' these requires ments somewhat different from, formes requirements. Every 'householder -well as every , physician is now: re quired under penalty to give notir . immediately tb the quarantine offfi wnenever a member of his houspLS or a-'patient of the physician ia?.saa- peciea or navmg smallpox, diphtheriat. MiBitaies, scariet . . rever cought, yellow fever, typfHKjfeW ho. L bbnto plague or cholera. , In futxzn arucies in .The Hustler I hope fcyEir you something not only about fhe&i contagious . diseases and fiooms them, but also about many other 5sl eases quite as important and also pw ventible nor will I omit somi genSS health observations. "e. , ; ; Yours to Serve, J. B. BROWIt. -Wayside Inn Furned: Sr Wa7side Inn the handsome hotel tiT ? f; c; vRoperiof Flat Rock waa tau. tally destroyed by fire last Sundry morning. The loss is safd". tb-SS-been, about 20,000 with only fll'ITD', 45 . Up to this time the aasr of the fire has not been discovereoLL' - Underwent an OreratibTz ' , : ' . . ' t ?eriittIe "Siter ol; Mr. and EItsl J. R. Willson, underwent an operaxla Tuesday at a hospital in Ashevillefar an abscess in .the head. Mrs. Wnra ' is with the little, girl and will remsZa. there untii she is able to come -which we hope will be real soon ' " The big plate 5 mirror reflects, ix- smilingLface thats yoUrs,of courco as you stand in front of the maxto" fountain in the Ideal. Fruit ana Csa dy Store, the latest and one of ta: pretUest soft drink dispensaries 5a A Hendersonville. And i it actually car ers your whole face to your very ccrs as you taste the: properly iced, wIA flavored drink you have orderedVaisl you go away feeling rat peace xsZZh , your dearest enemy. Biltmore cresaa is served exclusively .at this fountain and like the other refreshments fa? served under ideal sanitary- cossii--tlons. i Tcmato: plants for sale at-Huntes' Pharmacy.-.:' :. . Used Neckiie to Hang HlmselZ. Philadelphia May 9. Jean JZS--- sheUe committed suicide In "a pcIXca station cell this morning by fiangfr - -himselL ;He used a necktie as-a rcra...' Tne man was arrested for intooxfc tfon. fc r . 1 . - , - Strawberry Ice Cream at Hunterss Pharmacy. ; , , . i N t - 1 s