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3S I-'. ' i 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 12 13 14 15 16 ADVEBH Rrst Bank & Trust Go. Hunter s Pharmacy. : u Hendersonville Lumber Co. : E T. Pace Restaurant. S." Maxwell Grocery Store W. H. Hawkins & Son, Jeweler Rose Pharmacy - t A. J. Gibbs Garage & Blacksmith Hendersonville Furniture Go. 1 1 0 Sherman & Frisbee, meat market 1 1 Grr & Andrews, livery stable Hendersonville Marble Works W. F. Case Grocery Store -0' Vista Theatre. , Farmers Hdw and Supply Co. J. V. Helsel, Tinner 17 Byers Bros. Feed Store 1 8 Hendersonville Merc. Co. 19 A. O. Jones, General Merchandise 20 Frazier & Scott Bottling Works 21 J. O. Williams, Dry Goods 22 Model Barber Shop & Cigar stand 23 Model Tailoring Co. ,24S :M. Glaner 25 Beck & Miller, Laundry 26 Smith's Bakery 27 Wilson's Dept. Store 28 Baker's Art Gallery THE. LIFE7 AND SPEECHES OF CHARLES E. . AYGK . By E. D. W. COSSOB and (C&AEE5CE POE. . ; Everjr Man Who Followed and; Voted for Gover nor Aycock in that Wonderful, Campaign of 1900 Ought to. Get this Book Before it Goes Out of Print It is a biography of the greatest possible human interest and the most popular North Carolina book ever printed. This stirring' life : story of a great spirit and great leader among our people should be read and read again in every home in North Carolina. ; "If I had atwelve-ye,ar-old- boy," said a" minister who is known ' from one end of the. State to the other, "I should want him to read v Aycock's speeches every year until he was thoroughly grounded in all their principles. v .-. 1, President D. H. Hill of the A.x& M, College says, "U is certainly a book to be remembered..' " 7 .. Dr. Geo. W. Lay, President of St Mary's, says, "The book "ought to be the political Bible in North Carolina for the next ten or fifteen years." . ' . ' .-. 1 " . , : Mr. Hugh Chatham says. "I do not think I have read so interest ing a book since I was grown." . -. , The 4th of April will be a year since Governor Aycock died sud- denly In a distant State. Before that date, we want every, reader, of the Democrat to have , this splendid biography, and in order to " help you get it we have arranged with Mrs. Aycock's sales manager to supply it to our readers in the following J ' J Remarkably Attractive: Offer . The Democrat one year... ... ....... $150 The Life and Speeches of Charles B. Aycock;,....,... L50 Total...; .. $3.00 WE SEND BOTH FOR ONLY $2 00 Send or bring jthe $2.00 today. We will have the book go to you by -next mail and send eur paper as promised. -Address . ; The Western Carolina Democrat , , Hendersonville, N. C. - " : : ; t - .. ' : v TUBERCULAR DOCTOR BESIEGED. Hundreds of Sufferers Crowd His ' Quarter for Treatment. New York, (Special.) Four hun dred women and children hemmed in the automobile of Dr. F. F. Friedmann this afternoon' begging him to treat them for tuberculosis. .The crowd surrounded the German physician, out side the Hospital forDeformities and Joint Diseases and a squad of police reserves had to be called to make a path for him to the hospital door. . Physicians from all parts of the United States earlier in the day gath ered at Mount Sinai Hospital to watch Dr. Friedmann administer his vaccine, but were refused admission. The on 17 other medical men at the clinic wre three representatives of. the gov ernment, at whose request other, physi cians were excluded. The hospital au thorities explained that the govern- ment physicians feared that prema ture reports of the clinic would be made before they presented their offi cial report to the government. Dr. Friedmann, it was said, had not made any Tequest to have . the others ex cluded. Sixteen patients were treated at:Mt. Sinai Hospital. After 'the demonstra tion Dr. John F. Anderson, one of the go vernnient: physicians, left for Wash ington, where it is said Surgeon Gen eral Blue, of the United States Public Health Service, will 'issue a bulletin Friday regarding the Friedmann vac cine' and results of its use on patients here. Dr. Wm. I. Sirovlch, State superin tendent of hospitals said tonight that he has recommmended to Governor Siilzer that if Dr. Friedmann'es claim cf the value of his vaccine is borne out by Tesults, the ' German physician be granted a special license by the board cf regents: - - 1 n5 x l EI On April 1 st I will advertise all real estate and personal property, and will garnishee w ages of all unpaid tax pay ers. This means have not paid. Ill iiiil COUHTY TAX COLLECTOR March Tlv 1913 V.. Bales Governlngr the Hbgr Contest. Of fered by The Peoples National Bank of HendersonviUe, "S, C, and B. L. Basher. , - ... j j , Contest open, to all of Henderson county for . the purpose of promoting hog raising . No limit as to the age of the pig when : entered, -.. Pig must be killed on the day it. is 10 months old. If the date, falls on Sunday, it must be killed'on Saturday before. Entries . may be made ', upto and in cluding May 15th, 1913. ,, " Any person making an entry shall make affidavit before some one who is authorized. to administer oath, as to the exact age of the pig. ' y If pig is purchased, from some one else to be entered, then the party "en tering; same shall produce an affidavit from the party who raised the pig. Entries can be made and hags weigh ed at the following places, who are au thorized to act for the Bank and Mr. Rusher. ' : .- - ' . ; J. Case's Store. Dana, N. C; J. D. Davenport, Mills River, N. C; I. Jus tus & Son, Edneyville, N. C; Justice & Brock, Hendersonville, N. C; A. I. Davenports Horse Shoe,- N. C. ; J. O. Bell, Tuxedo, N. C; R. L. Rusher, Hen dersonville, N. C. v : '" 1 Entry blanks can be had from any of the above people or from the Peoples National Bank, Hendersonville, N. C. $50.00 in Gold will be paid the Per son producing the heaviest hog dress ed net weight. '. ' ' ' " ' . $25.00 in Gold will be paid by ithe Peoples National Bank to thfr peraon PXpducing the second heaviest hog ac cording to the above rules. $15.00 In Gold will be paid by R. L. Rusher to', the - person producing the third heaviest hog under the above rules. -; - ' '' " "' v v. The prizes "V? ill be awarded by M ' Mt. Shepheri, ,W. .C. Rector and J. A. Brock, at Hendersonville, N. C. May 2nd, lfM . ,.f : ', : All entries and weighta together with certificates as to age - must be . sent, in to the judges as soon os the, hogs are all killed. The Peoples National Bank Adv.' . - . . .. . : ' ; ' ; "Uncle Joe" Back Home, v Danville, 111., (SpeciaL) VI think its great to be a plain American citizen again," said "Uncle Joe',. Cannonlasrlxe emerged from . his residence ffter a refreshing aleep. Mr. .Cannon 'arrived from Washington last night. . f . Mr. Cannon, greeted by friends and neighbors on . every side, was more than an hour going from his home to the bank, of .which he Is principal owner. GENERAL NEWS ITEilS. --. .- m ., - ' Mrs. Carlton ! Wright of Rome - Ga, was killed and three other women ser iously injured when an automobile, in which, they were riding turned turtle near there Friday afternoon. ... . . , . ' . There are 15,154,158 Roman Catholics in the United States proper, according' to the 1913 edition of the official Cath olic Directory, and a total of 23,329,047 under" the .protection- of the United Stages flag.' ;. - : .: :--:-:;r Attorney - General McReynolds will not fill the position of Assistant Attor ney General now held by William. H. Lewis, the negro lawyer of Boston, whose resignation becomes effective April 1.- ; :. -;--r-:- The .cruiser California sailed- south ward late Wednesday from San Fran cisco "bound for Mexican waters. She carried. 40,000 rounds of rifle ammuni tion and complete equipment for shore duty including camping outfits. , ; ; Lieu. Governor O'Hara ' of rillnois and four State Senators, composing the legislative vice-commission, went to Washington last week to ask President Wilson to call a National conference of Governors and 1 law-makers to in stitute " a countrywide .fight on white slavery. . v, -. W. M. Floyd, postmaster at Spartan burg, ; S.: C, has been awarded $200 damages by a lury in Common Pleas Court, for a sleepless night on a Pull man car Mr. Floyd reserved a lowelr berth on a train from Washington to Spartanburg, but when he went aboard the train found the berth, occupied by a woman... ; The Pullman company fail ed to provide him with another berth. rie accordingly brought suit. ; Attorney General .McReynolds, who is weighing the qualifications of the many applicants for vacant Federal judgeships has informed callers that an applicant more than 60 years old had a serious handicap to overcome. While this not a hard and fast rule, the age question it is said will receive consideration . in connection with all appointments to such an extent "the young men" below 60 have a much better -chance. A dispatch from Tokio, Japan says, I is. learned through official circles, that in the event bills now before the California legislature and hostile to Japanese are passed Japan will with draw her support from the Pacific Panama Exposition refusing to exhibit and prohibiting Japanese citizens' from having any connection whatever with the fair. , On the showing of Josiah Hv Dewitt, of New York City, that his 15-year-old niece and ward, Helen A. Dewitt can not get along comfortably on the $12, 000 a year which has been allowed f or her expenses out of her $50,000 income, Surrogate Fowler today Increased the allowance to $20,000 a year. Miss De witt's expenses are increasing rapidly, her guardian explained, especially for clothing. Her spring outfit this year will cost -$1,800. J A cry from the outcasts pleading' for ah opportunity to cot-operate in efforts being made tcr solve the social evil question, is- voiced ; In letters to the special , legislative committee appoint ed to' draft remedial: police legislation for New York City. These letters, among the thousand .or more received by 'the committee from New York City officials, social, and civic bodies and citizens generally, will be. given ser ious consideration. The Advance of Science. . If some energetic Moving Picture concern would put before the public, the advance o science in the manufac ture of travelling conveniences, begin ning with the primitive cart and grad ually move forward in regular succes sion, not stopping until the wonderful flying machine is reached, it would prove exceedingly interesting. , Even the different types of locomo tives, from the first insignificant en gine to the latest type of the Grand Mogul Engine on the up-to-date lines, would prove, equally Interesting J a number of people. , Not so, however, the advance In Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy. This Remedy ha3 been, the same thing for forty year or .more, constantly curing the worst forms . Scrofula, Eczema, Old Sores. Rheumatism, Pellagre, Indiges tion, Nevousness, even fall before this foe to . all Blood Diseases. There can be no improvement; made just as It was forty yeara ago, it retains the con fidence of the public, that It has gain ed by its constantly curing diseases as described. All the advances of civilization and Science have failed to produce . any thing better than Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy. There". Is no room for ad vancement i the only change is, MORE of it being k sold than eve.r before, proving the merit .that a high , list of testimonials claim for it . For a Spring system renovator, get Mrs. Joe Person's : Remedy, the Great est Blood Medicine known today. Made at KIttrell, N. C., and sold by al" druggists and dealers wherever it is known. Send for'booklet of testimon ials! Price $1.00 per bottle, and every bottle is made from Pure Fresh Green Herbs J no dope. Adv: 5 Md.' Bryan in Harmony. ,. , Des Moines,! la., (Special.) Secre tary of State Bryan-tonight said he was entirely in sympathy with Presi dent; Wilson in-the latter's attitude on the proposed phinese loan -s He de clared also he was unable to agree with what former Secretary Hunting ton Wilson- had to say" concerning; the six jpower agreement. :v. -i-'- " ' ; vj ; Ifotlce. . . ' Having", qualified a executrix - of Joseph1 G. Waldrop deceased, all per sons bavingrdafm 2TTRtM are hereby nolifled to piesent them to me liy the 11th day of March, 1914 or this notice will be plead In bar of their recovery, and all persons indebted to the estate .will please make Immediate payment to me of their Indebtedness. This tho 11th day of March 1913. . N. A. WALDROP, SBCIOXS TTIlfS SUBE EJT0UC12. Tar . Heel . Senator .Ileads Great F& ; ance Committee ! of United SizicS' Senate. f , " ' ' " , 'L ' (By Parker R. t Anderson.) . . Washington, (Special) ''..Let no man be dismayed by the fantastic prediction that Simmons will be made chairman of the finance cpnimIttee.---CampaIgn prophecy. . " ' ' i . . . : . By unanimous : Tote the Democratic senate in caucus this' afternoon elected Senator Furnifold McLendon Simmons as chairman of the senate finance com mltteep the most powerful committee in the upper body of congress. From the time former i Senator Bailey an nounced that he would not again, be a candidate for the United States senate your .correspondent has believed and contended that the senior -North Caro lina senator , would fall heir .to the fin ance committee , chairmanship. There has .never been reason to doubt that this first prediction would come true. Some of the .same influences that work ed against Senator Simmons , before and during the last campaign attempt ed to stir up opposition, to the N. Caro- . lina . man for the much sought after chairmanship assignment but ;the best they could boast of at anytime was the lukewarm support or two young; and amDiuous senators, vvnen : me ume. came for vote .even these two mea voted for Senator Simmons. , , . Newspaper reports have been sent broadcast from Washington that there was great opposition to Mr. Simmons, and that he would be defeated. All of these, stories have been inspired. A careful canvass "of the situation de veloped the fact that no opposition ot consequence was made against Mr Simmons, and today's result fully sus tains what has been known since the Democrats, were sure of control of the upper branch of congress. Soon after the result was announced today' Sen ator Simmons said: "Thece has at no time during this session of congress been any opposition to my appointment aa chairman of the finance committee' Senator Simmons was given every committee assignment that he asked for. He is now a member of finance, commerce, inter-oceanic canals, to ex amine the several branches of the civil service, expenditure in the department of agriculture, ; engrossed' bills, trans portation and sale of meat products. No state in the Union Is so well tak en care of on committee as" North Car olina. , Senator Lee S. Overman has been assigned to the chairmanship ot U1C 1U1C9 bUUiilllVlCC i.lUO lO VUUS1UC1- ed one of the best committees.As chair man of this committee Senator Over-' man will supervise all matters pertain ing to the senate building, will assiga senators of offices and many other mat ters that will place him in front rank as an influential senator. - In addition to rules, the junior senator. is ranking man on appropriations, 1 Judiciary, claims and industrial exposition and also a member of forest reserve and, protection of game. . - Ut Annual State Convention Jforth Caro lina Sunday School Association. The 30th. annual convention of the. North Carolina Sunday School Associa tion will be held In Greensboro April 22-24. V The International Sunday School Association will provide two speakers for this convention, Franklin McElfresh, Ph. D., of Chicago, Superin-i tendent of Teacher Training in North. a . m m r r TT a America, ana Mrs. mary r osier riryaer, Newark, N. J., Superintendent of the' Elementary division. These great leaders insure a feast of good things fri'fh Snndav srhAnl npnnlA nf fl.ll denominations , of the entire State, in addition to the splendid home talent which will be used. ' Hon. Jeter C. Pritchard, of Ashevllles, Is President of the association; Hon. R. B. Glenn, Winston-Salem, W. H. Sprunt, Wilmington, and C. W. Tillett, cf Charlotte, are vice presidents. The. general executive committee Is com posed of thirty representative men et tne state. Tne auues or ine central executive committee is to direct the work of the association, and the mem bers are as follows: W. A. Harper, Elon CollegeJ chairman ; N. B. Brough ton, Raleigh, vice chairman; Dr. C. W.. ByTd, Greensboro ; G H. Miles, Greens boro;. R. M. Phillips, Greensboro; R.G. Vaughn, Greensboro ; G. T . Stevenson, Winston-Salem; A. E. Tate, Higk Point; Geo. W. Watts. Durham. : This is the one general religious or ganization that undertakes to sympa thetically and vitally relate all the re ligious forces to the end that the high est and best may be reached by all ot them without in any sense interf erring with the. plans', of the denominations. In other words. it Is a federation of the' denominational forces that they may In this School of Methods, mechanics and dynamics, put themselves in the best shape for serving the Kingdom of, God, as it is represented through, the , local school and the church. ' The World's Sunday School Associa tion, of which the State Association Is a part, will hold its Eighth convention next July 8-15, in Zurich, Switzerland, Five ships, chartered especially for, the purpose, will carry the delegates front America. In many respects this pro mises to be the greatest religious con vention ever held - in " the worlds tcaJL can be attended at moderate cotr wltlr interesting side-trips arranged to suit, all tourists wishing to go to , other parts of Europe and the Orient' '; ; Those Interested In either of these conventions should write to the ;Norta Carolina Sunday School Association, Greensboro, N. C, tor runner lnrorma- tion. 4 What Women Could Hold. . 'I don' fiee." observed Mrs. Bins. whv. when they are riving away all them j offices, ;they; don't let women hold something." . . y , . . "They would, my dear, but the we- ucuiu. - i ' 1 . VV ell, KUUUiU UJXJO IA awuw Bing, what they'll let them hold??" ; He took his hat, looked to see Jhat the hall door was open, and in treia bling accents murmured: ' "Their toagues, my dear." -Bostca Post.