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U. D. C. rveception. One of the most elaborate functions of the raid-Winter '.was the reception given by the Margaret Davis Hayes chapter, United Daughters of the Con federacy, Friday afternoon from "3:30 to 5:30 o'clock. ' The home : of Mrs. Charles R.' Whltaker, which is admira bly adapted for entertaining a J large party, was tendered for the occasion. The decorations were in the U. D. C. colors of white and red. . Crystal vases of white carnations and maidenhair fern were used in the drawing room. a striking contrast was presented in the music room where jardinieres of rich hued poinsettias enmassed with ferns, lent a brilliant touch of tropical color ing. The idea was even more inti mately suggested in the . red room where the refreshments were served. Here the lights of crimson shaded candelabrae and candles reflected against the crimson hangings of the room produced a soft, dreamy effect bewitchingly lovely. A" modifying touch of green introduced by groups of palms and ferns scattered here and there relieved the plan l o fany. mon- ''1 tony. ; ' Little Miss Lila Fisher and Roberta Brooks, daintily clad in white lingerie frocks received the cards at the door. Mrs. Ethel Dixon, gowned in pale blue xcharmeuse, with crystal trimmings diamond pendant necklace greeted the guests as they entered. Miss Amy Edwards in v white . embroidered net over blue silk, conducted them upstairs where they - were' divested of their wraps. At' the foot of the stairway they were' met "by Miss Mae Lucile Smith, gowned in pink silk, with over dress of hand-embroidered chiffon, tunic effect corsage bouquet of pink roses antique pendant necklace -who conducted them to the drawing room where they were presented to the ladies in the receiving line who stood in the following order: Mrs. Whitaker iu a gown of silver-grey charmeuse draped in Marquisette, with bugle trimmings; Mrs. Lance, gowned in fcrown silk, with applications of Macre me; Mrs. Michael Schenck in lavehdar Marquisette over silk, with Maribbu and crystal trimmings; Mrs. Lewis Emmett Fisher, in ecru' Marquisette over Nile Green messaline, trimmings ot ball fringe; Mrs. Joseph Green Scrutchin in an Imported , gown of changeable chiffon taffeta-Macreme lace-cameo necklace. Mrs. Lila Rip ley Barnwell in black net over silk, corsage bouquet-of crimson carnations, handsome old pendant necklace;. Mrs. Washington Brooks in real" lace over yellow satia. - The guests were shown to the red room by Mrs. Barnwell w here they were met by Mrs. Harold Ffaman, in a ' creation of white; and :gold spangled net' Mrs. William Lot dressed in a combination of black and King's blue chiffon taffeta' and Mrs. Harry Savage in pale blue Marquisette over silk" were assisted in serving by Misses Ruth Smith, Louise Hodges, Inez Waldrop and Nona Edwards, de butantes. The U. D. C. colors were carried out in the refreshments of ices angel cakes and mints. Receiving at the entrance to the . music room, were Ikirs. Lloyd Dodamead in brown chiffon taffeta, with hand-embroidered bands and Cluny lace. Mrs. Eunice Posey in white and la vendar Marquisette over lavendar silk. Miss Sue Farmer in white and grey silk and applications ct lace. Mrs. William Kirk in a gown of striped foulard, presided at the cof fee urn. Claret punch was served in the reception hall by Miss Edith JWald top, who wore white crepe meteor over silk, and Miss Nell Savage in grey and Tvhite striped Marquisette with lace trimmings. One hundred, and .fifty guests left cards during the reception hours. As a compliment to the book club, JKrs. Lila Ripley Barnwell entertained informally but delightfully Thursday afternoon. "Shakespeare" was the top ic under discussion. Cards were given the guests upon which seventeen ques tions were written. Each question was answered by the name of a play. Upon reviewing the answers, it was found that several ladies had tied, nence the - prize was cut for. Mrs. Bartlett Shipp was the favored one .nd a handpainted picture was her reward. To Miss Alene Ewbank was presented . the consolation, a copy of Shakespeare. Punch, Russian tea and a frozen course were served at inter vals during the afternoon. Besides the regular club " members, the -following were invited: Mesdames Andrew B. Drafts, R. J Willson, Franklin Morey, Bartlett Shipp; William Reddin Kirk, Misses Harriet Walker, Edythe Wal drop, Florrie Morris and Mae Lucile Smith. . , . The Ladies Aid Society of the Pres byterian church, with Mrs. C. S. Full bright, as hostess, held and interesting, meeting Tuesday afternoon. The routine work of the society disposed of Mrs. Fullbright assisted by Mrs. W. A Young, served elaborate refreshments LOCAL Amy PERSONAL MENTIONS. Capt Lloyd Dodamead has returned trom Norfolk, where he visited .rela tives. , . . :. ;' . ; Mr. G. Cochrane, representing the Apheville Citizen, was registered at the St John Monday and Tuesday. ; Mrs. F. S. . Thomas has with her as her guests at the Wilson Cottage, Mr. Charles E. Andrews, and son Mr. How- ard Andrews, of Choptauk, Md., who expect to spend several weeks in Hen dersonville. Mr. S. P. Carhart, of Nashville, Tenn., was among thearrivals at the St John Monday. . ,! Mrs. Olln Charles, who has been a winter guest at the- Wilson Cottage, left Wednesday, fort a few:; week's. ;vlsit to her mother at Ridge way, S.C. TO-; Mrs W. P Whitmire had'as her giiest Friday night Mrs. C. B. Deaver, wife of . Representative Deaver, of Brevard.3Irs. Deaver left for Asheville Saturday. ... v . Mr. H. : M Hughes, of Asheville, was nthe-city, the early part of the, week and stopped at the St John. ". :Mr. R. B. Forrest, of Richmond, was registered at the St.1 John Monday. Rev. Reginald WIllcox left Tuesday for New York. Vv v; , . ' ' .Mr. and Mrs. Leo 1 L. Wagner, recent arrivals from Baltimore, are pleasant-' ly located at Mrs J. W. Bailey's. Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. M. GuiU a boy last Friday. -Mother and son are getting along nicely There will be a meeting of the Re beccah Lodge Monday night for . the installation of officers recently elected by this body for the coming term. The Rebeccahs of this city is one of the strongest lodges of this - order in : the state . and has accomplished a great deal of good in the district. " Miss Leona Allen who has been clerk in Hawkins Jewelry store for several years has gone to Chicago for fomr months where she will study engraving.-; Miss ' Allen . will return to the city and will. be with Hawkins Jewelry store about the time they are 1 located In the new buildine recentlv bought by the firm. Mr. U. G. Staton left Thursday, for a business trip to Tavares, Fla, ' Mrs. .J. L. Rose entertained as her . house guests, ; Friday and Saturday Mrs. Elizabeth Graham and Miss Mar gie Graham from Springfield, Ky.,: Mrs. Rose's former home. Mrs. Graham and Miss Graham are at present resid ing in Asheville. ' ' - Mr. and Mrs." John Glenn, of New port, Tenn., spent a part of last week In the city. Mr. Glenn and family will move here in the near future and will occupy Mr. Black's new residence on Third avenue. Mr. Glenn expects to open an up-to-date mercantile, es tablishment here. ? 5 Mrs. Leon S.;. John and children have returned fro ma very delightful visit to the mother of the former at Auburn, N. Y. That Mr. Noah M. HollowelCreceiv ed the appointment of Journal clerk to the Senate, comes as interesting news to his friends her e.many of whom were not even aware that he had made ap plication. Mr. Hollo well was for some months managing editor of The Wes- tern Carolina Democrat. Besides his duties as Journal clerk he is now serving i nthe capacity of Raleigh cor respondent to The Democrat. He has covered last week's proceedings of the Senate very interestingly in another column of this issue. The Democrat now has a Washington correspondent, a Raleigh correspondent, and a gener al correspondent, the latter, Rev. T. W. Chambliss, who furnishes in this week's paper a very Interesting sketch of the life of Governor Craig from the cradle to the Governorship, and fur nishes in part, a brief biography of his forbears. . If you want to know why Hender son ville, has grown and is growing, read the original, answers of G. H. C. Boosters posted underneath Hender sonville's Calendar . of Progress for 1912, on the first page of The Demo crat. Read the Peoples .National Bank's Gold offer in another column. GLUB NOTES IMPORTANT POSTSCRIPTS ' It is often said of women, that they leave the most important part of the letter, sto be added in the ' postcript The following postcripts now brought to your attention, are by no means af terthoughts, but important items that could be handled as advantageously in this issue and were placed upon the time-hook last week in order, to give the business meeting and banquet of the Greater Hendersonville club the right-of-way. 7 ..- P. S. No. 1. , Words of appreciation . are' heard on all sides of the faithful, conscien tious and painstaking services render ed the Greater Hendersonville club by its retiring secretary, Mr. H. F. Stew art, during his term .of office. Outside business duties rendered it Impossible for Mr. Stewart to devote all his time to the secretaryship, and the increas ing business of the club made it neces sary that someone be elected to the office who could devote .more time to the club's affairs than Mr. Stewart felt able to give. ; 1. S. No. 2. ' ' The election of Mr. H. C. Meyer to the secretaryship of the Greater Hender sonville Club met with universal ap proval His ability to "boost"; his faculty for mingling socially; his ready adaptability, and everlasting' prepared ness to cope with the situation in hand, be it to respond to - an impromptu speeech or to handle ' some intricate matter demanding unusual tact, render him particularly fit for the office-to which he was but recently elected. Mr. Meyer has entered . upon his du-: ties with fine enthusiasm and even at this early stage of the game has ad vanced some original ideas that when worked out will doubtless prove ad vantageous to the ciub's interests. . . ... . . p s. No. 3. ;': ':;-- r.-: A motion was made at the last meet ing of the club to apply for member ship In the Department of Commerce an dLabor. The proper forms were submitted by the department, filled out and duly returned to A. H. Bald--rin; chief of the bureau and a copy of by-laws, current report and list of members of the club' were sent to. the bureau jbf manufacturers. T. B. Allen, , J. P.'Patton and M., L. Shipman were delegated to -.represent .Hhe club: at meeting of Chamber in Raleigh,. Tuesr day, Hhe 14th v Inst,, all of whom ac cepted service. ... This meetings will be more fully covered in a subsequent Issue. ' " ;.C';'-:;-;;.!: : t.v. P. S. No.; 4. "r ; ; . ' . -V . , 'r ; ' ''V. v " The following extracts rom, notes of regrets at their inability to attend the banquet, come as very kind expres sions from the following men of prominence:-' 7 ' .' .' "Hendersonville is - to "be congratu lated on the splendid results achiev ed by the Greater Henderson ville club. The ; example is one that can well be emulated by' all , enterprising communities. Asheville rejoices in the success of your, city full as jxiuch a? do your' own citizens, fcr : we all be lieve that the progress of one city contributes to the prosperity of the whole section. I wish I could be with you " to say this. Wishing you and the club still greater success and wishing you all a Happy , New Year, I am r x JAMES H. CAIN." , , : - Editor Asheville Citizen. "It is my sincere, hope and belief that it will only.be a few months now before the highway between your city and ours will be greatly improved, and that the loop over the mountain will be constructed. - I have pledged myself to this work and shall continue to subordinate every other Interest- to its fulfillment ,v Thanking you for the invitation, and with best wishes for the growth and prosperity of your beautiful city, I am Yours very truly, WILLIAM G. .SIRRINE." "I wish you a happy New Yea? and that Greater ambition . - for, the Old North State may be born and sparbkle with the enthusiasm that makes" states and nations grow.. " " S. A. JONES." "Long'life to the Greater Henderson ville Club and all connetced with it. Yours very truly," A. L. WHITE, President Mer. & Farmers Banks, Spartanburg... - "Hendersonville Is destined to be come one of ; the great cities of, the South.: The men who are . behind; it would accomplish such a .result, tn under conditions less favorable than those that surround- your,- )vutiful city. What we heed in-Spartanburg more than anything else is some of the enthusiasm and ability conspicous In tbe board of governors .and : the advi sory committee of the Greater-Hen-dersonville club.. - - HORACE L. BOMAR." Boy Scout Elect Officers. , Thursday night the Boy. Scouts of Hendersonville held an enthusiastic meeting and) proceeded to elect the following scout' officers: First Patrol Leader Harrys F. Wil liams. ' : Second Patrol Leader Frank Mc Cullough. ... Secretary Emmet Lott. ' 'Treasurer Eugene Williams. Cautain R. V. Ladd, commanding the 6lh Co., Coast Artillery Reserve? has" generously granted permission to the boys to use the Armory for df 117,, and Captain Lloyd M. Dodaruead, aJlu-ant of the Coast Artillery Rserys is per forming the duties of Scouj; Master. ; There should be no difficulty in pet ting a full troop of twentyfour Boy Scouts in our progressive town, and parents can do nothing better for the physical and moral - uplift of thfcir youngsters than to aid them in Joining this great band of manly boirs. - Drill Is every Tuesday nlght at ;JU o'clock sharp. - - "?tJ - INTERESTING SERVICES IN ALL THE CHURCHES LAST SUNDAY. ;-' Exceptionallv interesting services - were held in ail the Churches Sunday. Rev. Donald W. Richardson, a returned Missionary from China, who' is spend ing his vacation in Asheville, preach ed at the First -Presbyterian church in the morning. ' Mr. Richardson's ser mon brilliant and inspirational, was nothing short of a lyric His rady flow of, language, and unusual eloquence,his familiarity -with the scrip tures and the' classics marked him as a scholar and man of culture. , . In the afternoon Mr. Richardson gave an interesting lecture on China to a, large congregation in the First Methodist church. . ' At the First Baptist cnu Sunday evening, a welcome service aeld for the new pastor of the East Hen dersdn ville Baptist church, Rev. . R. D. Carrol, who preached an instructive sermon. The usual services were heM -ki ILe Episcopal and Catholic churches. LEE'S BIRTHDAY TO BE CELEBRATED SATURDAY. As the 19th falls on Sunday this year,-Lee's birthday will, be celebrated oh Saturday, Jan. 18th. The exercises, under the supervision of The Margeret Davis Hayes Chapter U. D. C. will, be held at the Court House at 11 o'clock Lunch will be served to the Veterans Immediately after.- r . All school children In the county are invited to attend the exercises. - The following Veterans will receive crosses of Honor.. William Carter; ' John Allen; Wil liam Kimzey, Jr.; W.M. Cox; J. D. Levi; W .N. Lyda. . . Rev. J. C. Sliive Declines CaH to Pres byterian Church Here. It was current gossip several weeks ago that Rev. J. C. Shive, of Wilson, N. C, had accepted a call to the First Presbyterian church here. , At the ser vice Sunday-morning the following tel egram was read to the congregation by Dr. J. S. Brown: ,, , - ; . Wilson, N. C, Jan. 13. Dr. J. S'. Brown, Hendersonville. My announcement ;of decision for Hendersonville yesterday morning brought such weeping and vigorous protest that my decision was reversed at night Li , . , J. C. SHIVE. "MERRY WIDOW SATURDAY. Quite a number of local people will attend the Merry Widow at the Ashe ville Auditorium, Saturday Jan. 18th. This is saiiff tcr.be one of the finest on the road. Tickets EOc to $2.00. LOCKE CBAIG MADE GOYEEXOE. ' Continued; from 1st pag? ' Josephus Daniels, Democratic State Chairman Charles A Webb, Mayor James I. Johnson of Raleigh and ex Go vemor Thomas J. Jarvis. : Immediately after these, carriages ere a large number of carriages and automobiles for the members of the state escort committee, the editors and the mayors of the state and other vis itors ; .- ; -.-r, : : ,r. The military committee, ; of which Major J. J. Bernard was the chairman and which had . charge of the military parade, was composed of all the looal Eiilitary officers. in Raleigh, as follows: Gen. T. R. Robertson Col. Alph Wil liams, ;Ma jor R. M Albright, Major J . Leigh Skinner,, Capt. W. Ff Moody, Cnpt. Z. P Smith, Capt . Baxter. Dur ham, iLieut Edward Parrish, Lieut. H. J . " Hervey, Lieut. . W. R. Miller, Lieut W. C. - Holder, Lieut: S. L.' Rotter, Lieut. W. C. Harris, Capt. W. C.-Hor-ton, Lieut R. S. Stevens, Lieut Hu bert .Haywood. Following the public reception at the governor's mansion the Inaugural ball was held in the au4Itorium, open to tbe public The chairman of the com mittee in charge of the ball was Ad jutant General Gordon Smith, and the members of the committee were Chas E. Johnson, Jr., Francis A Cox, Dr. Albert Root, B. F. Dixon, W. W. Vass, Dr., -i Hubert ; B. Haywood. Over 500 invitations were sent out bver.the state. ' v- . , There .were no admission cards to any part of the ; auditorium. It had been requested that spectators occupy the ;balconles that, only those dancing appear on the'ball room floor; None of the modern dances were allowed. , Oyster lovers cannot afford to iniss the Hospital Bazaar Thursday evening Oysters served in every style td appeal-to all palates. ; . - Tiro Electric Cars Wjii be In Operation on the Carlson Line by March 1st That two electric, cars will be In op eration on the Carlson - electric lineK formerly the Hendersonville Traction company's line, by March first, comes a3 an intereting bit of news. ? Tle statement was made by Mr. Carlson himeslf in a letter to a prominjen.t bus iness 'man and financier here, hence Is taken for its prima facie value. Mr. Carlson has been in New York for sev eral weeks perfecting arrangements tor the operation , of this new road. Incidentally, he recently established a Bureau of Information in New York City from whence information pertain ing to Hendersonville and surrounding country is dispensed. That Mr. Carl son is doing a valuable amount of ad vertising for Hendersonville in the big metropolis' goes without saying. The Peoples Hat. Bai to Foster Hog Raising The announcement of the', peoples National bank that it will give $75 in gold as a means of encouraging hog raising .in Henderson county . will doubtless be received with genuine Interest by the farmers. During the past few weeks a num ber of fine hogs have been killed in this county and the Clear Creek farm ers have asserted themselves ' In the way of hog raising. The self-explanatory announcement o the bank follows:' "In order that the farmers of this county may understand that this bank stands ready, to co-operate with them In every way possible, we have decided ,to offer $50,000 in gold as first prize and $25.00 as second prize, for the best hog raised in the county during the year 1913. Rules - of the contest to be announced later. . ; FEED YOUR CHICKENS WITH BAL ance feed. Its the best for eggs. Houston & Son,- phone 205. - 2tc C03IO, DAISY HEN FEEDS, MEAT scraps, charcoal, oyster shells, beats, wheat, cane seed, rye, oats, corn, poultry powders, dry mashes of all kinds for sale at Houston & . Son, phone 205. .,-. $3.50 and $4.00 LADIES SHOES YOUR choice $1.98. Lott's 'Cash Shoe Store. - . 2tc ;. CET YOUR WINTER UNDERWEAR from Lott's Cash Shoe Store. 2tc SEE OUR TABLES FOR SPECIAL bargains in shoes. Lota's. 2tc CHILDREN'S SHOES $1.50 to $3.00 Your choice $1.00. Lott's Cash .Shoe Store. . 2tc $3.50 TO $5.00 SHOES YOUR CHOICE for $1.98. . Lott's Cash Shoe Store 2t WE ARE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR Mothers Bread 5c roll. W. F. Case, Phone 28. ' " 2tc WANTED 500 CUSTOMERS FOR ST. -. Charles Coffee. The Best Phone 269. W. IkL Guill. .... WANTED 500 CUSTOMERS FOR ST. Charles Coffee. The : Best Phone 269. W. M. Guill. - P ' t. FOR SALE FIVE LOTS ON 3RD Avenue West and Rhodes street, two -minutes walk from Main street. Will ' sell cheap to right party. ' See P. V. Anders.- ' 1 . , 2tc WANTED 500 CUSTOMERS FOB ST. Charles Coffee. The best Phone 269. W. M. Guill. 2tc RENT OR SELL 9 ROOM HOUSE on Williams St, one l)lock from de pot All modern conveniences. : Ap ply First Bank &; Trust Co. ' 2tc A GOOD RANGE FOR $30.00 THE ' Clarke Hardware. ; ; : "' 2tc ; THE RANGE IS RIGHT AND THE' price ifi right $30.00.; Clarke Hard - are. - ,' . - 2tc SYRACUSE PLOWS LIGHTEN FARM labor. Clarke; Hardware Co. 2tc BOEER POCKET KNTVES-The Clarice Hardware. : - 2tc A GOOD STEEL RANGE ONLY $30.00 Clarke Hardware Go. 2tc n ca y To Do larg Gall in and let us talk it over with you. We like to;tklk, and might give you some valuable suggestions. FIRST BAFJK S TRUST GO. Capita, $125,000.00 W. J. DAVIS, Pres. K. G. MORRIS, Vic Pres. 1,000 pairs Men's, Boys' Worn ens and Children's Odd Lot Sizes ; . 4 - - ... . ... These Shoes are good ones but short of some sizes. Can give you A 'Big B lor Property U Using s- - ror Tan Taxes NowDue A. P. Gallamore, City Tax Collector How about your Plumbing is an important item with all property owners, and one wriich unless done m first class work manship .will, cost considerable money. OUR MEN ARE EXPERIENCED McCall PlumbinglGbA. a. McCaii Mgr Hone319 , . . . 'KIainSL ', Buflaing fonnerlly occupied by Hustler Print Sliop. ; JUL Business P. F. PATTON, Vice Pres; J. MACK RHODES, Cashier. HO llllLMLP.