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! . 1 :',.t - . . ' I ' - ' '"'..I' ll.' -I ! The annual reunion ot the Hender.i- . . TTAtoraTia Willi , i-ofe Veterans Will Seld at Horse Shoe on August the ?Sth The address will be made by San! Locke Craig, the next Governor rfNorth Carolina. All confederate veterans, their wives and children will bring their lunch baskets and let have an enjoyable picnj'i we Sa entertain all visitors. The com mittee of entertainment will , be . a. . 5Se John Posey; J. P." Johnson. - ' j R. Liverett, M.' S, Johnson. W, B. Case and their wives.' v- . Sons of Veterans: D. L. Davenport, Jesse Johnson. Milton J. Allen. Wejce JBrannon, Henry Lane, Thos. Miller. A cordial invitation is extended to all veterans and their wives. The veterans from Transylvania and Bun combe and other counties are urged to come: A. CANNON. Com. J. M. Shepherd, Adt. v?.-. , Edneyville. Rev. Melton and Cowan are hold ing a series of meetings at Mt. Moriah Chucrh this w.eek. Mrs. Mollie Burnette has, returned krr,0 oftor a week's stay at Fletcher. D. P. Moss made a business trip tal Hendersonville Tuesday. - Mr. Sewall , Garren from Fla., is here for the Summer. - Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Hollifield of Bos tic visited their parents mr. and Mrs. We. E. Moss last week. Mrs. F. C. Edney, Birdie Moss and a party of friends from Rutherford visited the lakes Saturday, they re. port a fine time. , "We are sorry to say that Rev. Brasswel of Shelby will not preach for us at Edneyville July 30, as was expected. Children's day at Liberty Church Sunday. Everybody -come. The Dead Has Come To Life. There has .been thousands of people who have come from three to thirty miles and inquired of us for the 50c .Flour, and there are thousands of testimonials indelibally engraved on the. heart of Henderson county people as well as the adjouining counties as to the merrits of this famous flour. We guarantee it to you, if its is not good bring it -back and get your cash. We will have it on sale Saturday July 30th, 1911. Come to the bargain store for what you want. GOVAN HYDER. 7-26.lt. BALTEIOEE.IS : SlTOItED. Dexaocxt-t in Middle vf est end Chi cago Want Jfatlohal v. Convention ; ' Held ' There. ; . ' Ary'? VVi . :- ; Chicago; Julr.l9i It-Is gossip in political circles here- that the mem bers of the DemocratlSta.te, .Commit tee will not exert' themsjelveg bring the national . convention of tjthe . party to Chicago, and that they are inclin ed to favor Baltimore among the, other cities said to r be' aspirants These other, cities are ; listed ' here , as St. Louis, Kansas City and-Denver.' -. . . The busines s - men?" s tand Hreidy .to contribute liberally to have" the in vention in Chicago, but they hae not received much encouragement amng party leaders. It is said by; those who have talked frankly that Balti more is favored, by many delegates from tiie' Middle West and that,, witii the support of Eastern' delegates, the convention might easily be swung to the Monumental City. What political significance - there may be in the indifference 6t. Chicago Democrats regarding . their., own city for the convention is- not made ; clear. . ..For Sale Two fresh Jersey Cows. T. W. Afiderson. R. F. D. No. 5 Hendersonville, N. C. Dining Car Service in ' India. Dining car waiters on railroads in India are barefooted natives, in" long white" gowns , held i In' at, the waist by . a broad band, their heads .wrapped up . in puggrees (a light ' scarf.) The dinner service vis "rough '..and' coarse, and the price higher? than in this country. Most of the food served comes - In tinsr . Between , courses dishes are pilVon'-.'flpor. India is a land constrasts, and" this constract between the dirty j?lack-feet and the dirty white dishes . is one . of the things to which the traveler'' gets afccustom ea, but never reconciled.: . . . Drunkenness Amonjr Women. ' Among the incurable1 drunkards of London, that . is, among persons charged with the offense of drunken--ness who have 'been' convicted more than ten times 8,900 are women and 4,300 are men. So ' hefe 1 are more than twice as many incurable wonien drimka'rds in London as - there are men! This .sounds appalling. It is appalling. Add : to this , the fact that in the last twenty years the deaths of women from, chrphi'c "- alcoholism ort in plain words from - drink have increased 145 per centfand there is all too evident a" position of things that may well shock th$ English peer pie, arid cause them to look very seri ously into the situatiori:? " ' ' '.V. ii." ' " .' ' ' Was Soldier Fifty-Six Tears. Thirty vears' service is required in Woman Who Evolved Idea of General , the army for retirement, with double Memorial DafDies. ( time allowed for foreign service. Washington, July 23. The woman ; Nearly twice the required period, not credited with having first expressed ; counting foreign, double time, . was the idea of a general memorial day, ' served by David Robertson, who con Mrs. Sue Landon Vaughn, is dead, tinued in the service .56 years, here at the home of the Eastern Star, ! Three-quarters pay and allowances a Masonic order on which she was de-' are awarded to establish men on re indent. She was a descehdant of tirement, but In .the case of Robert John Adams, the second President of son, he, was retired on full pay and the United States. On April 26 1865. ' allowances of a hospital steward, she led some Southern, women in $113.56 a montii This 'was accom strewing with flowers the Confederate plished by a special bill passed near graves in Vicksburg, and the date and the close of ' congress. custpttv ere perpetuated in the South. - Mrs. Vaughn was of distinguished ancestry;; and was the wife of Judge J. H. Vaughn of San Francisco. The earthquake there destroyed the fam ily property, and his subsequent death . left Mrs. Vaughn without resources. Her body will be cared for in Wash ington by the Masonic order. Is business good?,-j.Then;you ought to smile. .V ' ; Is business, bad J -Well, ; fiddlesticks,- smile anyhoWv'The grouch won't help It; anyv-.V.. - K v ; - The; minute" some little thing goes wrongV do. you begin to frown?, Try the smile next time and see howi much, easier the thing . gone wrong Is rlghted. V-..v-. : - . ; - - , ' i Some people: seem ' to, think that they cannot be dignified arid smile. They are dignified, and at-the same time warmhearted, , simles. Make yours that kind. , V . ' . The hour just passed Will never return, neither will the one Just pas sing. Are you getting butv of each 60 minutes all that you can for your employer and yourself? . ' Laces of all kinds will be worn in profusion. v v The classic silk cachemlres have risen again. : Rosettes of silk are used on many linen frocks. v Often buckles are mr.de cf linen to match the belt . ' Por afternoon costume the large; hat is in order. . . i Reforming State Prisons. Lao 'Jim ' n 'Vbutno:. account because this bank: has adorjted rule of : ; accepting any amount ror epo man, woman and child in Henderson county can have a bank account. We welcome the small account." We pay Four Percent Interest from t date if left three months or longer. r - 0. NEW LOCK FOR RENT The Peoples National E anK, : Within ten years the elimination of every extraneous influence in the ad ministration - of the state prison of New York together with the intro duction of scholastic and industrial tralnin, has produced an almost com plete change in the interior routine. A well-fitting gray uniform has been substituted for the convict's former striped suit, and the military step has reDlaced the lockstep. His hair t is trimmed neatly with shears, Instead of being cut close . to the scalp with clippers. Crockery has replaced the old tin cups and pans in the prisons of the state. An oculist and a dentist look after the eyes and the teeth of the prisoners. An electric light in each cell has replaced the old tallow candles. Infraction of rules in the New York prisons today merely con sign the convict to solitary confine ment until he reaches a normal condi tion of mind and signifies his will ingness to conform to discipline. ; The , naddle. the rack, the ducking stool, and all other forms of corporal ?un- j ishment have been- abolished In New York's penal institutions. Frank M. White, in World's Work. - ' f , i - ' NOTICE. f ; Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned, who was convicted at fall term. 1510, of the superior court cf Henderson county, of housebreaking, and sentenced to 18 months Imprison ment, will apply to the Governor of North Carolina for a pardon on the ex piration of 30 days from date. The will be based We Garry Let Reujfe designs day Exquisitely graceful exainples'for slig lit, medium and large figures at $1.00, $2.00, $3.00 and npward, and : with ev ery one goes our guarantee, backed by the makers, of faultless fit hig est grade; materials and satisfaction in wear - . :- - .- . - 1 TRY X A REINE 1HE . KD XT .TIME - Cjio Cuts the Price and Sells the goods of money secured thpr hereby given that on ui?rQ k the4, 1911; between tChIdQly 12 A m; and l. p. it "7 5 0f door of the court house in Se frnt or .tienaersonville, and Stat . t0n Carolina, th ,,J:la5e f W to the highest bidder, for Will sell ty of Henderson' and Stat Asli'. Carolina, and described bv T, A bounds as f ol tn w tj J! metes :e f Nora bounds as follows : BP etes m stake In West ColW T"inS at a Smith's line, and running B- t west 63 feet to a stVo t" Jee? herd's-llne. in -Co11pM Sheik south 7 degrees east lP.q f;'xtheilce ivy hug uv Leei to a staka Ip" following described lands 7 enc ises, to-wit, a lot situate, lyin? lig in the town of Hend;!114 te north 6 degrees west 60 fPPt in Edward's, line ; thenS t0jM 4 Phonograph to Call Cows. , " The phonograph, through tbe in genuity of a couple of boys in the neighborhood of Monroe. Wis., has become a thing of usefulness as well as amusement ---and.; ornamentation. After -the novelty .had- wornoff; .the boys In question, had .cast .aside the canned songs and . funny talks and eoe back td cheeckers. But' they M t ---- - ' f - Dead ITan Holds Ud Traffic 1 found: that doing the chores serious- A bis exDresa wmrnanv's iitnTnfth!i ly interferred with the game. One van lumbered up one of New York's! of them remembered they could talk busy streets the other afternoon and into tne records ana nave tne lain jcxme to Fifth avemif whVr tho tMf. come out just like It went In. fic was heaviest On the seat was! So between moves each called into William Peck, who operated the van, .the machine "Come,. Boss; come and next to him sat his helner. Wil- Boss" Then they put the phono- liaifl Malone. The line of vehicles graph out facing the ' pasture and moTAri psiat nri if nraa tv.o 1 turned it loose. . The , 1 cows came express van to go through. But In- home. stead of moving ahead the van stop-" ped short, the emergency' brake on" and power shut off. The traffic po or any crime connected with the al leged offense: r ; r This July 1, 1511. r ' GEO. EARLE. By Robert S. Eaves, Att'y. THE CONTINENTAL v . CSUALTT - - ;' r COMPANY is -the largest and greatest ACCIDENT AND x liEALTII INSUR. V ANCE COMPANY i ... in the world. Cajsh increase over three million dollars; a year. D. M.. WELLS, Agent. Hendersonville, N. C. anDlication for pardon nrnn the eTOuna mai lap unuerBiKueu was notsgutltyt ot -.thecrxme cnar;ea ; .vmw.opp.. toun auuse. Wholesale and Fetail Lumber -: ' ' ; - and t . Builders Supplies. ' B. P. S. Paints. Phone 231-2. - - NOTICE. ' ward's line 8 feet to etX..11? U north 3 degrees west 94i0 w?! beginning. teet to For further particulars refers hereby made to " .Jii J I I v'J?a corded in book 27, page i67 Z?M cords . of , Henderson on-Xw May 17th. 1911. uiy- T - ' ' . " B. H. COOK, Mortw. W. R. Whitson. Att'y, Asheviiiegee- ; . STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA t llenderson, In the bupenor Court March Term, 19ij Bessie .Howard, vs. ' " ... Pete Howard. Notice of SuiniuCi The defendant in the above entitled cause will take notice i a complaint has been filed in t) Superior court of Henderson co J ty aaginst the defendant for i voree, asking dissolution of marriage on the ground that) was under 14 years of age up i tne time, ana at the time of tL marriage and separation, and c the further ground that the sai ucicuudiik lias viuiaiyn ine IBs. ital vows since the separation! committing fornication and try. and the said defendant J j; 1 .1 .i lurtner iaKe nonce mat neisr quired to appear on Monday O 2nd. 1911 of the superior court Henderson county, and answer; demur to the comivfniit of el: 1 I nlaiTitifl' nr t.Tip rlflrntifir tti'TI Under and hy virtue of a power of J m-rniniA In o mrt-rtero trot m qHd hv ! B to ed in said complaint. I mt.!. J.1T tlj.T- J f T xms me J-tin uay 01 juuei;j C. M. PACE, . S. Smith and wife, Alice Smith Clerk Superior Court Hendert J the undersigned, default having j County. jn2N '. ' - - -.' -'. - " - - - - .-;'. - ; I 1 - . -: :; ,. , . ' JL ;J''- '' ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' " " ' ' ' . ' " ' ' ' ' 1' -'". .--'. r. ...... . i, T . - , . ' - - ' : ' ' ' ' " '' " .- ," ' " ' - "' .". I' .'. . 'V 1 - ' : ' -v -- .-' -' '- . - . ' ... .'.'. - . . -..";'.. .. - i ..- ' : - - . ' , . - . - S I '.,- . : ' . r .. -:" v - . ..- " -'V TTn ' O ... : ; - ( orvf-" iff fit k" - : 1 (MODEL 10 VISIBLE) Hnstllnr the PnpIIs Most all nations condemn the Amer llceman still held back the waiting lean school children elves them weak intoonlbiles that nanted tr m on their ejes, keeps them indoors too much ay and motioned for the express ranjand airects tne general neaiui. to hurry. There was no ; movement, sole aim or the teachers seems to be and Malone : turned to thechauffeur to hustle them tnrougn tne graaea ana Desiue nim.; 1 lie cnaunenr. was aeoa. i b -o k s ly criticized for. thl tnat it seem as Tresldeni at 85; .1 V: lit some chaiige ; should be made. ' 4 Via-? ofof a Vkov9 rt Asf ivAttri la expected to assume his new dutiea f T 711dIe6 S?J i tutt. twon ),, i - its minister U . human being, that 4irt ?thre yearlT wS? be Se he loves humanity; that Us choir sings unLs?nivers7ty irWrnent in Se t6e old hymna. and sings them we?l. ?iSkU?iVprSY -l1 that wUl welcome strangers, that will v...-.. j a I open up Its. pewa, cordially just. as a 1899. For several years he was pro- . tm.lH P in kfiPhln Its aws V411 lesor of English in CJolumbia .nniver- S"11?16; fr1 3t?..pewS t XT TT 1- t 1 I I iljt, new iur, clu a ai iue vixu e ui his election to the presidency of his alma mater was secretary of the Carnegie Foundation For the Ad. vancement of Teaching. . George Washington, has. had attach ed to his name van advertisement that has lived about .k170' years, because he was a slip of .a boy when his father r c r y t v f fiw Tahiti m aVam . Tiotes of Science and Invention. v tre. and he acknowledged that Ve ut rorty.inree areopianes exniDuea hafi done r hv savincr in raris out tnirteen were mpianes. "Yes. I did it. father: I cannot tell cli c v ckT? a man a uaii . iuiua i o lip " gray nye years earner man a wo- There has never been recorded,- eo "man -S. ' . I far as T'. know. an" sttAtempnt. rnn- A- sum of $1,50,000 left by Henry tradictine that Georee WashinMon Bamato is to be used for building and said this., so -.the- advertisement mav euuuwuis ,au iiisuiuuuu wr uaucei De .accepted,, asVavtruthful adveftlse-sl sunerers m ionaom mPnt There were 35,807 patents issued hy tne patent omce at wasmngton last : Many a merchant thinks he cannot year and 22,768 expired. afford -to-advertise, when lie looks at Automatic machines have been in- theTaie space used bv'bie advertisers. . m. .. mm m I - . . ' i vemea wnicn- wm tnorougniy ciean He forgets that, those .same big I'd s,tou nsh an nour. . vertisers hadt6 .start, in a small .;way ' - .! '. ..... .v."- xne eggs or wua Diras are smaller had to creeD before they walked. than tnose of tne same species of birds No -' man should be discouraged wnen domesticated. - about startine advertisinsr In -r email A new foot warmer for motorists way- It is the only wav hr sHould If 1 J XI 1 JL 1 JLt JL1 . JLl " ' T - utiii.e Liie ueai Qi .ooin me exnausi -jtart, and it. will. nay. for examo o: gases and tne circulation water. Two advertisers started usintr two ADout zo,ow worth of gold ls recov- inch advertisements in two newsiaan- V i 4 1 V- ' I . ...... .'.- -i-ii mc buui m luc .uiuiuejf. ui i -rsin a,; Dig -city some twelve years xne umtea states mints every few ago. Z A -A ; J, ij a" . . v ,. ' years. . . -The advertisements ran thren times All Rottendam Street cars carry first a week, and thev naid .for nositlon ' aid packages for relief In case of acci- Their announcements alwava annear- -,4?ht.tp cv. passengers or pedes- 3d .on the same page' jind "they ere ma-iF i i 1 1- i m rwP'n M.r v ih n nnn . . -nnnrcr Experiments with thousands of sub- ?nTns- and summer. " , .. . - I -jt - 'i 0-.r cs . it n ita - in ai a a i - .. n . . , jvt- xiavc ouuvym. .ii-a.u..j.ue-a(Yerag i roaay potn advertisers are dcine ai man attains his maximum strength iv 7ery .large business andclcVIi 7or!i MS JM St D 31 iaai7Ti : si u.m iT'n man . r nita Jl. o ilili n. aim : . Jl li ii - f . " r- r ' ..II .- , ' - . siffleini ThaSmitH Premier Typewriier Company; Syracuse. NX Brarichiesffiryverfi "VL" - 4 r 't n ... his -31st year. more than a million dollars. .. ' - "-'