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THCKSDAt JULY 271911
Evangelist P.;E. Elspn, of Raleigh, fe spending today, in the city en route w Tuxedo, near which place he -wlU duct a meeting Of . probably" two feeks duration 'Mr. ;Elson has just closed a most successful meeting at green River church where twentytwo' jccessions were madp. . . Both , morn- jag and evening services were largely ,ttended and much, enthusiasm mani jested. . I :' ;.. , " J. S. .Bauenger 01 weiiiora, s. C, vbo nas a summer uome ai saiuaa fa: in, brought his family over in his auto Sunday to visit his former pard ner and friend R. S. Gantt. r - ' - -p. - T . Misses Nancy and Margaret "Mortt- son, of Cleinson College, were in town I Miss Mary Mann of Camden, . S. C.,' Is visiting her aunt, Miss Nellie C. Mann, on Fleming street. Mr. Porcher Stoney and wife are visiting their sister, Miss Mary Croft, corner 9th avenue and Justice street Mrs. Henry Hill of Sumter, $. C., ia visiting her sister, Mrs. Brover cor ner 6th avenue and Fleming street, t Mrs. J. O. Williams and sister, Mrs. j. W. Acker are- spending the day dav with relatives, at Horse Shoe. v-Thft fart ihnt VA adla reciprocity bill wa f onclusin ln no sense dulls. the' conn. w imprest, over. Saturday's vcim Bummating vote tor the senateV:-For maywekapast the triumph of, this great -measure ha '.rr; tSsPatOUow from cms easy victorr ttn th. , fruits that will rmw 7 rr tariff walLbetween m9r , . 1110 united States means Stn,LdiTect and Poetical benefits to F.?PleJin b?th sIdes of the border; tion in the price pf.a number of house hold necessaries.; It would be too Perhaps to claim ; that the cost 5D? 7111 be materSfy ?l duced, but certainly it is true that our markeuwill beVendSedteadieJ 55 to runclal fluctUaUons fhl w ddIUoto this, .trade between Zt J tris wiU be greatly sum ?ted. Last .year, the United -States 22? tiPn than two hundred ree. and .a half million 3 U J YOIIAIf DEAD, Mr. J. E. Shipman spent yesterday at Columbus on business :.v ' . - Miss Grace Cranford "of David:: -tv dollars' wort, i ," "?" uumi r- . "'-bwus wniie to us Aaate sold Mmetbtnar more than one tSnF&S our millions. Hence rortn the mutual MdA will flow higher and Puerto the profit of all the people in both lands. onttnt a trade with Canada in cotton products is already of large mat tnese Dronnr.ta a? . r- XX mierpBl t0 v Georgia and neighboring states. : . ; .. v Of prime importance, however, is the fact that, the passage of the Can adian recipocity bill is a forward stride toward the principle of free trade. It Is a: definite step in a great Democra tic policy, a vital blow ae-nst v, just system represented in tl?e PaynI Atlanta, Ga.,;; July J 23.Mrs. " Mary Trawick ' Ppctor, aged, 111 years . a real daughter of the American revolu tion,' a woman who has lived -in three centuries when stirring events were making the history of nations, has Just been located in an humble cabin in Bartow ; county, Georgia. He sole' companions are her daughter, Miss Mary Protor,' aged 90, and two great-great grand children descend ants of another daughter, all who are left of six generations of her family Mrs. Proctor was born" in Wake county North f Carolina. She is -r the daughter- ,of Wiley Trawick, - who -left North Carolina about 1800 and later moved :, to Alabama, where Mary was married to Hiram Proctor wheni she1 was 19 years of age. She was Proc tor's' third i wife. Her husband was a veteraih of two wars, the revolution and the wait of 1812. t ; ; Af Pathetic Finale, On a bed of. straw, 1 constituting a " New Orleans.: July 2 4. -This week the cotton market will; probably ' set tle down Into a1, more normal -, state Following the liquidation ;of last week, there was ' great uncertainty and little-attention was paid to any thing but the artificial features of the situation. The first thing that opera tors of prominence Will' attempt . to Steele this week is the . vexed ques tion of reaction. , ' , . . After any decline like that of last week lt Is" but ' natural to - expect a Wide reaction and,v therefore, v those who trade .this week will have to watch' closely to catch the turns in efsttuation.;.':''::-;r;:..-:;i . 3ome hears claim there will be no t reaction and . that the crop' situation is good enough to Work a decline to the 11-cent level for the new crops without itT Probably the- weataer mattress so thin that the rough plank' wiir decide the reaction question; and slats can be seen, this daughter of the revolution lies, her form emaci ated, skin wrinkled, almost a skele ton. Her aged daughter, never tiring of her feeble efforts to give her mother every, possible comfort, administers to her wants and tills the soil in a small cotton ; and garden patch near by." The meager profits derived from this labor she adds to the $17 a month pension- Mrs. Proctor receives for the services her husband render ed in the war of 1812. She was born but a few years af ter George Washington was elected President. George Washington was the only President who served before Mrs. Proctor became a native of North Carolina. She ha8" lived under . x j a a . js . AMriA . Vx. . rtne aamimstrauon oi iwemy-uve ada, our- nation v will learn practical wisdom and turn squarely to enlight ened and liberal paths Atlanta Jour nal. , . Lived Eleven Decades. Until a year ago, when her mind be came so enfeebled Mrs. Proctor would tell , her great-great-grand children oJ the epochmaking incidents in, elever .V ., mii aiuvc ivuiuiiuw iui n Vi. i " "vuumm iu x lie iue HIS of several weeks -with her; brotttL, f Mosft Beautiful Natural Park in Amerr ' The Dr. Cranford. vj- -- . v . in the - ' - : A large force bf'vmen7-areno'at-Jttcd little unfavorable turn the news frcm the belt will redouble the -desire of manipulators to "run the weak shorts in," while favorable news will Wve the tendency to cause: scalping longs to liquidate at . as small a loss as possible. " The old crop months will be more inactive than ever this -week,, unless all , signs " fail. . Bearish operators say that the abnormally early' move ment of the new crop has much to do with the quitting of the bulls ia the old crop months. Tuesday is the last day to be con sidered in the August report on con dition by - the government Hather more dispute than usual is promised over the figures, owing to the semi monthly reports from private crop -eporting bureaus, some of wMch appeared to have been made rather to ?avor the position of certain leaders .han to give a correct Idea of the ;tatu$ of the growing crop. - Road Building. V'. As cities, grow the making of high- Extendinp Street Car Tracks. v ine; .LAure Park Street railwav dpradpa rtvpf wliir.h her life has ciian tracks:'ar now being extended past'th nj?d, f Her stones 'were vived kaleido Iresent"' tejininus at the Swiss, Ralli; scope; pictures, : treating of her per way . station . and to Rhododendron sonai 'knowledge nf the earlv stages of X. C. will arrive tomorrow for a vi: r me most oeautiiul lake in "The, the history of her own land. morning ot her life she spen e eighteenth century, when thn :l: States eoVernraent had justf wr.ys to adrust and. factilitate inter- .'.orK on the extension and it. is ex.. lcen established; the afternoon in the . course becomes an increasingly diS- ft wftvl? be TulininZ over .nineteenth fentury when hrother : cuU d cogtl problem, Suburban it within less than ten days. . . fought against brother in the civil . . . . , . now in the twen- x u m,vuuiiuuuoico the discussion o ; self to the smaller suburban need, movements, of Ions: without due reference to larger needs dmmy." From the moving picture journeys' by oirships, in striking con- and exigencies when the suburb be house in the park, jifst beyond Laurel -trast to 'the- methods of travel when Mr. C. A. Carscn of Columbus, ad.; ii'-iteuEai. past tne awisa Railway sne was a-gin ana tne moaern mem. - . M The present "comnlicated ministrator of the Carson ?estatc, stion. and on tOvRhododendr on .Lake, ods of doing a thousand things in. as . . iropoub. j. v m iach, .-leaas, xxir.ougn & aenseiy many raiirer exits -was - so ioreigi . ciiuv.Uu - , Kh&ded portion of t.h Parir! " ' wiior " thoRft -'imnloved : a. hundred, vears aeo. i from ' the ncccspity .for new . arrange pines and- oaks.mingle their foliage when she was eleven y-ars old. . . ! ment of the means of transit, between with ' densest crowth- of laurel and A movement fcrS teen started in i the older settled city and its newer rhododendron, - and te prettiest narts of f'1 1 u u o n - . . . - .- .;.- v is--, Our: stock is; resplendent with beautiful examples of the ceramic art from all tlie leading studios in the country, from a simple little plate Hvitlv a beautiful floral design to the heavier vases xnytionlizedt floral said geometrical, W ESTABLISHED 1S80 . HEKDEESONVILLE, If. C. Mayor Staton spent yesteriiy z Columbus, transacting btisinaas con nected with the Carson estate. Miss Julia Brooks?hire who has been visiting Miss Bessie Hodge return to lier home at Biltmore today. . spent a short ,while In the city yester day. , mis win add materially to the al- strife of 1361 and reaay seen ..-.pleasure-- der;yed by ths tieth.. she hears of j nousands enjoying: a , ride on "the world-wide", peace Messrs. Horace and Claude Cooper of Wilmington, who hve been sum mering at Bine Ridge Camp ' near Cliarlcttesville, Va., arrived in the city yesterday. They expect to spend the rem a tod rf the summer at Laurel P?.rt Retreat. , . h- of laurel and A movement fcn teen started mime omtr , ' comprises one of Atlanta durira: th- -,ast few days to outlying edges, is m nowise ncon the rr-A.- ' -caTe tor-V t oil women the rest! mon or phenomenal. As roads are 1 The average number of r,a-r.ntrar of T'eir liv- i carried-- daily op the car line 'is :?ttv oer cert greater tha nthe number! .car" ; - :? P coTrcspcnrtirg time last rear. t TT. "t:""s '-f E -Iness Woman. .ar.tica.uy every visrtor m "enae ron n ai!t3niofc:loaai.a carri-e col lid-1 vi1e at some time or another di-'ig yesterday, nich. ta tie ' "cz : rf "tiGir. stay, takes this. trip.. Many tt -e w-'-a.ae it every day.' some f " r ?v. '-fess nurTSQpe of .drinking frcr wonderful Crystal SpriDg. All ar t'Pftel and keenly enjoyed the time spent . in "Henderson ville's Play ground." ' v An paratus of the'-"carriage' War t ut of co?.iraission snd had to .be taken to the shop for repairs. '.-. A warrant 'was today served UDon J T. Miller for, yifling a suitcase be- ; longing to Anderson -Cunningham, j colored. The ' innocence or guilt of !er,r an leases the the raanage- Tt -f.fi -r-r'fe ice" our tastes and t1",o nsopie. .: : -. taVes fAmmoTi. sense, patience, determina- PAY ATTENTION TO ROADSIDE. o' vage, persistence; and tioTi to succeed. Wrn you fall ask yourself where you lack the defendant will when the necessary "been secured. be determined witnesses have The rerort vr9-. r-yr-ent on t'e streets this morning: thrt rm? .e had been frozen-to - death last night. Later invest!r-ticn prcv-.i the report to be entirely erroneous. In fact, the sole basis for such a nreposterovis rumor could only have been founded upon the exceptional weather we are enjoying. S ! Plans for the- new school building can be secured from Mr. H. C. Meyer, " -- i'Ttn m., August 5th. Jansen. ..e Scandinavian humorist and entertainer; will give an fHtmment' at the Highland Lake Club tonight at 8 p. m. Opening Bight at Hand. .. An air of assurance distinar-Jshed !ood Impression Impossible if That Most Important Point Is Nesrlected. No matter how smooth and well constructed the traveled road may be, if t"e roadsides are not cared for, the highway as ,a whole will not give a nood imoression. All rubbish should i be removed: the excavations should ! j be. filled and embankments smoothed! I and planted with grass wherever it j ' will grow. Unsightly brush should be j cut and grubbed out. ?qmetimes, hew-! I ever, the brush and small trees, if j suitably trimmed, add to the , attrac- ! tivenesss cf the roadside. j All trees that are ornamental or : which have , value as shade trees ' . lnt Viqxt wrnnr cn r 1 rc o tncrptVi or . ns C -to maW a dense shade. In hot, dry. climates particularly, and, indeed, in .-n'-.E't places, trees are- a considerable factor in reducing the cost of mainte- i nance, since they lessen the evapora. ' ticrr of. the moisture frcm the. .ma-1. -canii!'In exposed placs where-the sjxT-ep,--. rr te .wind yonM he otherwise unbroken they serve to prevent m a . Miss Faucett of 'Shelton, S. C, is a guest of Mrs. Wheelright on Fleming street. " , always built for today instead ot to morrow, the processes of readjust ment are costly. ' - - The city cf London finds its vital activities seriously crippled hv past neglect to keep open proper avenues of access to exterior London. The board of trade has been wrestling with the problem, and as a result re commends the making. if new trunk roads leading out r-'of London, and joining uo the -suburbs; to. the length: of 100 miles, with improvement of al ready existing roads for 25 miles, Owing to the vast increase of suburb---nn 'and values .the enormous cost c such an undertaking ' will protablv prevent its adoption. Philaaclphia. Record. I ' ! ! 1 J SI I? n'fslp mum H ea therly H F O eights and tanc i it V vftnit TirTirk IrtrtA peared in answer to an advertisement measure the flowing away o the fnr o oinrt oo,r0 vrtllfh' nnmnaTiinn. binder from tne roao sunace. i:rt : -.v.ar 4m rnt r.nmmH him - timately -m such places t'-r. "iM'tw'"mVr.i,9nt. "Ts there a difficult to .make trees grow geed opening here for a young man the selection of tl cf the ladder ?" asked the applicant, before the merchant had an oppor t r to sneak. - "yes." he -reolied. after a comprehensive survey of his ja-nitv visitor, "there is.' A thought- Urifor- Is cftn Care in kind? rf trees - i i ncicr ciiiipii in lilt 1 1 ill v m iui uu w. Keeps E.1S wits aoout imu ana uwu wv.- - v: rare to bein at the bottom Boston Philantlirorsts (Jive Hospitil to Tuskfiree. ' Boston, July 23 The gift of a hos pital, to be known as the "John A. Andrews hosoital" has been made to fnl rompntpr fnTfiseeinsr the aDnear- Tuskecee Institute by. Boston inenns anee of just such young men, 'provid-- 0f the institution according to word ed a eood opening in the middle of received tonight from President Book-' that left-hand wall. Kindly'make use er T. Washington. The donors do not of it." - -wish their names made, public. The- 307 acre tract of land near Saluda ( is situated the well known Heatherly Heights a d tower is for' sale: The admission price of this toWer will repay the purchase price of entnre place in a. few years. It is vjsited by thousands of tourists and pleasure seekers every year for the magnificent view to be had from it. It if. a nice evening drive from Saluda, a noted summer, resort. T?e?e heights contain an excellent site for. a large summer hotel and numerous desirable sitC3' for summer-residences. It is an .ideal' c'rot for the" establishment of a summer colony. The tower is situated on an emmin'ece four L';ndred feet higher than Saluda depot. The air is delightfully cool and refreshing the entire slim mer. A more healthful spot can not be found. The place con tains twenty superb cold-water springs, one being a mineral spring. Ther is abundance of fire wood and other valuable timber. Soil is fertile -and suitable for farming, gardening, orchards, vin yards, dairying, and. poultry . and stock raising. - This valuable property can be had for; cash for $5,000. For further information address R. L." Heatherly, Cooleemee, N. C. BREVARD INSTITUTE. The school for needy young people who want a practical education ' un der skilled instructors and amidst re ligious influences. . . vr Classical Piano Bookkeeping .Dressmaking Ccdking English Bible Normal Voice Stenography Millinery' Housekeeping Mission Study Don't think you can't afford it. W rite and see. Agricultural Music Teachers Composition Lacemaking Household Economics Religious Leadership C. H. TROWBRIDGE, Brevard, Jiorth Carolina. Millinery, Notions' and : ' 'Material f or Fancy . Work Stamped Goods. Yarns Stamping- Done. ' - ' .; . " " - : . . ... . - V MISS. M E. WOOD ALL. Next to First National Bank. Ml n next I U KJJA. I o MMW at i.U iSU a moo Q We will sell at AUCTION a large number of the Necise hailding lots right in the center of the townof SALUDA. It is useless for us to tell you any thins: about- SALUDAVas it is known to be one of the highest and best summer resorts "in We be tween three and four thousand peeple spend part of the summer there last year and they are expecting more this season We will give away nice presents and have good music by Brass Band and make the; day pleasant for both Ladies and Gentlemen. Gome out and buy a lotw TERMSx E ASY. Greenisb oiro. K r- !