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QjCISI AMD PERSONAL If CaPt. E Av Smyth and family of SottP f ' C are spending, this week at their, country estate, "Conne mara. They, are directing some im provements and making ready for their . ttuuuai summer return to Flat Rock. Mr. and Mrs; C. P. Rogers .aid .Master Carroll spent Easter with Mrs. i Rogers' mother at Spartanburg. - ..- j v Miss Sallie Patton is visiting her Mrs. B. L. Brooks spent Monday in toother Mr. Frank Patton, of Sumter. Asheville. - ' I b-Cv ' She is'expected home Saturday. ,r TiatA Wpfnpr is in town for a k 'The:frtend? of Miss-Erline Hart will Mr. Plato Hefner is in town for. a be pained to, hear that she has been few days. - - (stricken with appendicites and that her Mr. A Cannon of Horse Shoe was a"n Mf?- f H- Walker carried her in town Tuesday.' . V'"'' the Meriwether Hospital at Ashe- 1U '.'. I villeon Tueday of this week.The oner- Prof. G. S. Briggs of Waynesville ation was performed Tuesday at noon ana sne was. doing nicely at last re port. - (Continued from. 1st -page) vas in town Tuesday, J. Crowell of Asheville is in Mr. town for a few days.' Mrs. J. T. Crane has returned from a visit to her daughter at Lenoir. Mrs. L." M. Killian of Waynesville is visiting relatives in the city. , Miss Bessie Aiken has returned from n few days visit to Waynesville Miss Loyeda and Margeret Orr have returned from a "visit in , Waynesville. Messrs J. G. Low and Harry Lee of Mrs. Johnson; wife of Dr. Lee John son, has been in Decatur, Ga., for sev eral weeks visiting her home folks, pneumonia. Her father succumbed to Pneumonia. Her father was Rev. J, S.' Bryan, a prominent Methodist minister of the Georgia conference and had filled many large pulpits in Geor gia cities. . School News. TVlO LmlarVi ei nf Vtnnn.. 1 M the . last issue of the school 'magazine Asheville spent the week end in the' Mountaineer) is progressing City ' , slow but sure". There are about tt jm ' . seventy-five boys connected with this Mr. G. C. Hammond, of Greenwood, organization and all seem to be in S. C. spent Saturday in town on bus-, terested in it. Following, are the iness. , v Mr . and Mrs . Stillwell of Atlanta spent Easter with, the -family of Mr. "W. A. Smith. "The Hospital Association will meet with Mrs. EV S, Thomas next Thurs day at four o'clock. Mrs. Harold Davis has returned from Waynesville whew she has been visit ing for the past week. v Mr. and Mrs. M L. Edney of Ed ceyville have returned from Cortez, Fla where they spent the winter. Mrs. F. E. Willson and little daugh ter Louise of Pittsburg are guests of Mrs. J. R. Wilson on 3rd avenue - pledges, ten of which must be signed in order, to be a member. 1. I will not. tell a falsehood. .,2. I will not steal 3. Iwill obey my parents. 4. I will obey the school laws and rules. V- ' ' v - -" 5. I will not stay- an enemy with my fellow student. , b. l win not use tobacco in any form. . . 7. I will not curse, nor use obscene language. 8. I will not start a fight " 9. I will not see a person imposed upon. . '. . 10 I will not nlav truant- I 11. I will be respectful to all man W. H. Ray and Dr. Guy E. Dixon kind. sold about 6 acres of land out near Balfour, this week to Lee Newman. Dr. J. Frank Cranford's brohter 12. I will not use intoxicating drinks 13. I will not gamble. 14. I will try to abstain from all evils from Davidson N. C. has accepted a not above mentioned. (SEAL).. position with Whitakers Book store Miss Mary St John has returned from Charlotte and Southern Pines where she has been visiting the past month, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. R. Watkins of Greenville, S. C. spent Easter with Mrs. Watkins parents Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Smith of this city. Mrs. G. W. McLean (nee Miss Hileen Whitmire) of Fitzgerald, Ga., is visit ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Whitmire at Fairmont W. P. Whitmire Jr. of Wofford Col lege came up from Spartanburg Sun day on a visit to his parents and sis ter Mrs. McLean - - r -? a ---M Messrs George Justice and S. J. Justice have gone to McDowell county: where they will remain for ten days surveying boundaries. Mrs. - Dodomead will be hostess to the Margaret Davis Hayes Chapter of U D. C. at- the . residence of Mrs. A MESSAGE To Feeble Old People. As one grows old the waste of the' system becomes more rapid than re pair, the organs act more slowly and less effectually than in youth, the cir culation is poor, the blood thin and digestion weak. v Vinol, our delicious cod liver and Iron tonic without . oil, is ' the ideal strengthener and -body-builder for old folks?" f or it Contains 4 the very ' ele ments needed to rebuild wasting tis sues and replace weakness with strength. Vinol also fortifies the sys tem against colds and thus prevents -pneumonia, A grandnelce of Alexander. Haxhil ton, over eighty years of age, once remarked: "Vinol is a godsend to old A. E. Posey on Wednesday afternoon April 2nd at 3.30 o'clock. A lull at- people. Thanks to vinol, I have a hearty appetite, sleep soundly, ' feel active and welL It is the finest tonic and strength-creator I have ever tendance is desired. Mr and Mrs. Chag. Deaver or Bre vard visited the family of W. P. Whit mire last week, on their return from Releigh, . where Mr. Deaver attended the Legislature; representing Transyl vania county. ' Grady Justus has returned to Miama where he has a position in one of the local drug stores. He was called here on account of the death of his brother Keith Justus". . . Everv woman in Hendersonville is -cordially invited to be present at the meeting of the Women's ". Auxiliary, ; Monday afternoon March 31st at four o'clock in the Auditorium of the Grad ed School building. .. Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Deaver on their return from Raleigh stoped over a few days and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Whitmire. Mr. Deaver was representative from Transylvania county. " Miss Estelle Egerton entertained at auction bridge this afternoon quite a number of her friends participated and many enjoyable games were indul ged after which a delicious course was served Regular preaching services at Meth odist church Sunday morning and night Rev. A. L. Stanford the. pa'stor will also preach at the East JJehdersonyllle school house near Marshalltown at 3 p. m., Sunday. Mr. U. G. Staton left last weekVor Tavares, Fla., but when" arriving in that city he received a telegram of the dangerous illness of his mother at Zirconia and made an immediate re turn to that town. Mrs. Staton is re ported gradually sinking in health. Rev. J. W. Moore pastor of the First Methodist church of Salisbury has re turned to his home after spending several days in this county where he held services. He preached at the Methodist church in this city Sunday night : : , Indian Runner Duck Eggs for sale. "Pure White Egg strain. 15 Eggs $1.00 address Mrs. J. S. Holbert city P. O. or leave order at W. F. Case Grocery store or Kincaids. - . 31-24-3 tc A mass meeting ' of 'the Citizens of Bat Cave was held Saturday, and acom Jnittee;on arrangements was appointed of March, when. Gov. Craig, Dr. Pratt aa other prominent speaKers wui uc present A cordial invitation extended to everybody. 4 - - . I ' wraered that nouces oi .Bauic. uc, made in Democrat and Hustler " . used." : If Vinol tails lo build up the feeble old people, and create Btrength, we will return your money. W. H. JUSTICE, DRUGGIST, portion of the Hickory Nut Gap road lying In Henderson" county within the boundaries as described in, the preced ing section, shall be" mada by the Highway Division of the North Caro lina Geological and Economic Survey, and said Highway Division . shall-also prepare plans and specifications for the construction of. said road; and, the Council of State is . herewith instruct ed and directed to furnish as many convicts as practicable, and not, less than thirty ,who shall be used in the construction of said road according to the said plans and specifications, and under the supervision of a high way engineer of the North Carolina Geological and Economic Survey. Said convicts shall be. detailed for this work on or before .July first, one thousand nine hundred and thirteen. Section 3. That the cost of guarding Keeping, clothing, and all other expen ses of the convicts detailed for such road work herein provided for, shal be paid by the penitentiary authori ties. " . Section 4. That as soon as the said road has been completed and such iacc is ceranea by the Highway Divis ion of the North Carolina Geoloeica and Economic Survey to. the boards of county commissioners of Buncombe Henderson and Rutherford counties, it snail then be and herewith becomes the dutiy of the boards of county com mlssioners of said counties, to appoint one man. each from their respective counties, wno shall be a member of the Hickory Nut Gap Road Commission, which is herewith created whose dut ies shall be to provide the means for, and supervise, the maintance of said road. As, soon as practicable after their appointment, the said members of the said 'commission shall meet at Bat Cave, Henderson county, and or ganize, by electing one of their mem bers, chairman and another secretary and treasurer. The said commission shall meet at such time and places as may become necessary in attending to their duties and in carrying out the provisions of this act The said Com mission shall meet on the first Mon day in ' March, of each year, and esti mate the probable cost for maintaining the said road for the current, year, and apportion this amount equally between the counties of Buncombe, Henderson and Rutherford; which apportionment shall be certified by the secretary. of said Hickory Nut Gap Road Commis sion to the chairman of the boards of counties, and thereupon it shall be come the duty of the -board of county commissioners ot said counties to ap propriate out of the general treasurty of their respective counties the amount certified by the secretary of Hickory Nut Gap Road Commission, and they shall, forward the same to said secre tary. That the members of said com mission shall be men who are favorable and friendly to said road, and who shall serve without compensation. The method of maintaining said Highway shall be determined by the said Hick ory Nut Gap Road Commission. That the funds In the hands of said Com mission shall be paid out my the treas urer, on warrant signed by the chair man, r " . . Section 4. That all laws and claus es of laws in conflict with this act are hereby repealed. - , Section 5. That this act shall be in force from and after its ratification. Rev. C. Kink will preach at Refuge church on the 5th Sunday of iihts month. . Everybody invited. On Friday eveninsr of next week the offer to let advance subscribers to this naper have the book entitled: Life and Speeches of C. B. Aycock for S2.00 exDires. Every friend ana aa mlrer of Governor Aycock would en joy reading this booc G 'v. THE " , LAZENER SPECIAL ALAREINE $7.Q0 Value SILK CORSET Will be awarded March 31st to the Contestant who turns in the largest amount of money on Subscription to the Western Carolina Democrat 'Z- ' and. French Broad Hustler UcCdl Patterns Welch th vilndovs . " The Kins Clothier. " The Store that XJtivcr Hna r and Never vill be. Undersold p 'xf(( c h ! A tine r4 TPifvTWf . . . , - - x This Sale will Start li SUHKD. So Hi o yy vols o 0c ' vai. 5c FATTERiOM THE KING CLOTHIER " Ill 108 from 25c to $1.00 on every 1 pair you buy. SL50 SHOE... 2.00 SHOE... .2.50 SHOE.. SHOE.;. ... ... &50 SHOE... ... ... 4.00 SHOE... ...... 6.00 SHOE... ... ...... $L25 ..$1,50 to $1.75 ..$2.e0to$2,20 ...... ..$251 . ... .....$25 :..$3idto$30 , ... .. ..$1.00. I want your egga for cash or trade 25 lb. Sugar for $1,25 1 went your eggs for cash or trade - -M; M. SHEPHERD r . VOT ING COUPON GOOD FOR 25 VOTES Wktera Carelha Desscrat and Hestlsr Cffcdatica Cazprj NAME TOWN.. I....-. DISTRICT NO..... ............ .This Coupon will count Twenty-five Votes when properly filled out and sent to the Contest Manager of The Western Carolina Denocrat on or before the ex piration date. Coupons must beYneatly trimmed 'and put in package, with nutaber of votes written on top. ! Thlg Cenpoa Zlcst B e Totf ca tr before 2Iarc!i SV X91S. "ii"M iiyn.t. nil i ii i .nil ! v" 1 " 1 ,!i 1 Remedy Mrs. Joe Pearson's The Standard for over m years CURES EHEU1IATISII. OLD SOBES SBOFULA.. FELLAGIUL (eatest Knbvm Recedy for Perrons Indigestion, Loss of Appetite Loss f Flesn. A regular and Restorative For sale bj druggists and dealers One Bottle $1.00, six for $5X0. Wczderfcl testizcsials FREE ' Mrs: Joe Paarsdns nernody Company - KJttrell, TS. C KOTICE. . Harlaff qualified as executrix of te last will and testaxsent of Richard S. Gantt, deceased, , all persons bavin? claims against nis estate will present thea to mj by the 27th day of March, 1914, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery.. This the 8th day of January 1913. MART RAY OANTT. ' Execntrix. February 27, March 6th, 13th, 22th, Blacksmith AVccou sud Garrfaje HW;" "" ' "... Secretary Chairzaaa