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and c ranch Broad Hustler -1 NEW SERIESVOL 1,;N0. 34 HENDERSONS i THURSDAY, AUGUST2r 1913 OLD SERIES VOL, 1 0 J v v N . . 1 ' . - . 1 . ' - ' - - .---.. Names of W he Greatest Season! m Mssoirits History There are more people in Hender- son ville right now than at any time in the bright history of this THE Re port of the South. ' . Main street, admitted to be the finest business thoroughfare in the South, during certain hours of the day is al most congested. The twenty-foot concrere walks are inadequate to accommodate the con-, tiauous stream of well dressed people, who, during certain hours of the day, fill them from curb to building. The one hundred foot wide street itself is filled with motor cars and ve hicles of every description and so many of them there are they are of ten compelled to slow down and travel at a snail'e pace. It's the biggest crowd the towa has e'.er had. The hotels and boarding houses are full yet, some way or an other, there always seem to be room. for one more It has been conservatively estimated that not less than 12,000 tourists are 1 now in Hendersonville. The country is simply alive with strangers; and the total number in Henderson county must approximate 2-,000. Last year over 35,000 railroad tick ets were sold to Hendersonville . Four weeks ago the railroad bust. i.ess to this point showed an increase o Oft AA.4 r-wA VhA.A V J n aa BAH ! t-J ycl ucuii auu uciuic luio bcbduu is a matter ofhistory there wil have been 50,000 . tfokets sold to the best town in. the mountains. There are scores and scores of rea sons WHY people come to HendersQn ville and a few of the are: On main line of Southern Railway. Elevation 2252 feet Finest all-year climate on earth. No weather extremes. The most progressive and public spirited community in the Appalach ian mountains. Abundance of pure mountain spring vater. Paved and well lighted streets. Excellent sewerage system. Modern educational facilities. New Iiiblic school building pronounced 5 nest equipped in the State. Two newspapers. Three banks. New Court House, Hospital, Carne nie Library, Postoffice, and handsome business blocks. Two street car lines Net-work of good roads throughout county. Hendersonvillet-Greenville ijau cuunecis wiin xauonai niguway, State Centray Highway and proposed I Ocean to Ocean. High way. . ' wencierson county excels In trucK ana general farming, apple growing, v. rauerson, unanotte, . u; raiu dairying, poultry and stock raising, er Marion Hendersonville; Mr. J W. Ready local market. Conway, Charlotte, N. C; Mrs. Lewis "Low Cost of Living Community." W. Parker, Master Lewis W. Parker, Big water power development r Jr., and Master Austin S. Parker, Mr. Exceptional opportunities for manu- Browning Goldsmith, Greenville, S..C; facturers. investors and home seekers. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stagg, Miss Mary Excellent labor conditions. . Low Washington Stagg, Master J. E. Stagg, height rates. Low assessment of tax- Jr., Durham N. C; Mr. J. A. Mat ation. Desirable factory sites. thews, Durham, N C.:. Mr. D. F Superb scenery, beautiful mountain j Guinan, Mr. J. G. Hornsby, Mahoney lakes and Natural Parks. "Switzer- i City, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brem, of America." Prosperous Club ! Mr. Walter Brem, Mayer, Charlotte, Colonies. Favorite resort in the mountains. No. fogs; no mists; no mosquitos ; nc Malaria. Over 35,000 railroad tickets sold to Hendersonville last season. Big In case this year. Normal population, 4,000. Summer population, 16,000. The St John. Among the guests registered at the "t- John are: . ' !; col. L. D. Melton, Columbia, S. C.;' Mr and Mrs. A R. Harrell and family, tanta; Mrs. W. H. Gillespie, Mrs. Wlen Hertzler, Miss Florence Floyd, rmingham; Mayor 'and Mrs. W. J. mpson,. Chester, S. C; Mrs. Ruby Jore and daughter, Monroe, N. C.; s. t. W. Rrfr, WInnsboro. S C.; Jjiss Maggie Atkinson, Chester. S. C; "iss Myra Ruff, Winnsboro, S. CS, J .S. Pinkussohn, Charleston; .sses Bernice and Jessie Pinkussohn. Jjaarleston : Mr. and Mrs. F S. eveland. Mobile; Misses Myrtle and J'eanor Cleveland, Mobile; Hou. S. ctols, Spartanburg. S. C; Mr. J. English, Columbia, S. C: Mr. and Jjarleston; Mrs. W. D. Arrlngton, ias Grace Arrlngton, Miss 'Mary El- rdSt Miss Genevieve Griffin, Mrs. evenson, Rocky Mount, N. C; Mr W? i Clevelaa s. F. S. Cleve SJL'.MWle; Miss Ella Dukes, Messrs. Michael and Izlar, Orangeburg, S. 'on. J. e. McDonald, Jr., Winns- the Visitor's and nere i ney are IT boro, S. C; Mrs. F M. Hicklin, Miss Louise Hicklin, Chester, S. C.;,Mr. W. P. Kennedy, Due West, S. C; Prof. A. C. Daniel, Jr., Honea Patn, S. C- Miss Anna Anthony, Philadelphia; " Miss Mary E. Chapman, Concord, N.- C; Mrs. R. H. Lanier, Mrs. J S. Lanier, Mrs. Ralph Bennett, Memphis;; Prof. S. W. Rabb, Due West, S. C; Dr. A. F. Carter, Holly Hill, S. C; Mrs. Aida Avery, Jacksonville, Fla.; Miss Mamie McGrew, Gainesville, Fla.; Misses Frances and Nannie Jordan, Danville, Va.; Mrs. W. J. Yeilding, Miss Lillian Brown, Mr. Hurbert Brown, Mr. fierce Gregg, Mr. and Mrs. Munick, Asnevme, i. u. ; Air. and Mrs. J. S. Cobb, Misses Annie and Mary Cobb, Mr. Jack Cobb and Mrs. Jas. O. Cobb, uurnam, N. C.; Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Abbott, Mr; JL. Chambers, Charlotte, N, C; Mr. G. Noble Jones, Savannah, Ga.; Mr and Mrs. W. R. Prescott, Master W. R. Prescott, Jr., Mr. C.-H. Prescott and Mrs. T. S. Prescott, At lanta, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Russell, Gaffaey, S. C: Mr and Mrs. John H. Raine, Atlanta, Ga.; Mrs. Wichman, Miss Anna Liza Wichman, Greenville, I S. C; Mr. J. P. Mauley, Charlotte, N. jC; Mr. and Mrs J. P. Westmoreland, , Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fargo, Augusta, Ga : Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Hughes, Mr ! and Mrs. Jas. Raine, Atlanta, Ga.; Dr. J. W. Curry, Rome, Ga.; Miss Jane Meldrine, Savannah, Ga., Mr. Paul H. GearHardt,, Asheville, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Myers, Charlotte, N. C: Mr. and Mrs J. H. Miner, Foi Tl . n r, i r . i -r-vi ? . Meade, Fla; Miss Marian Phinizz. Au- s"1- VJt "-uuuipu, oieiuag, Hishopville, S. C; D. Lewis and son, Charleston, S. C.; Mr. LeRoy Percy, Manning, S. C; J. W. Drumwood, rirmlngham; Mrs. H J Stewart, . Chester, S. C; Geo. O. Worword. Au Rome, Ga.; Mr. Samuel A. Carter, At- justa, Ga.; M. L. Rosenzweiy, Mrs. onto fla TJair a n 1 1LT.a XT Tl OKIl ! . 1 , .V, , "r, " "- ' x ips, Misses Ella and Nancy Philips, la Grange, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R. Weeks, Miss Circe and Master Weeks, Rock Hill, S. C; Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Harrison, Miss Isabel Harrison and Master Joe Harrison, Savannah, Ga.; Mr D. Campbell Turner, Wash ington, D. C; Mr. and Mrs. Paul 5cnencK, ureensDoro, s. . : Mr. ana, v m- m I Mrs. J. Chester Grey, Savannah, Ga.; llr' S ST?isbe,V rT.f S: Mr. E. V. Howell Chapel Hill N. C; Dr. Jordan, Greenville, S C; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cooper, Mrs. G. B. Coop- er, Mrs. R. B Powell, Mr. L. G. Coop- er, Montreat, N. C; Mr. and Mrs. Lyon, Miss Mary Margaret Lyon, Clearwater, Fa.; Miss Mary Davison, Chicago, 111.; Mr . A. ' B , Crews, Clearwater, Fla. ; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bamhad, Ashe ville, N. C; Mr James A. Chapman, Jr., Mr. Bryan Liles, Spartanburg, S. C.; Mrs. J. B. Chistie, Atlanta, Ga.; hjbs rwiwiinsou, xwvjs. xxiu, o. ih. F. E . Hemby, Charlotte, N C; Mr. A. C. Crump, New York City; Mr. H. F. uonway, Atiaata, ua.; Mr. ana airs. N. C; Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Winship, Misses Ida and Frances Wlnsnip, At lanta, Ga.; Mrs T. M. Brumby, Jr., Miss Mary Louise Brumby and Master Tom Brumby. Marietta, Ga.;, Mr. and Mrs. C..S. Webb, Miss Majorie .Webb, Miss Charles, Webb, Greenville, S. C, Mrs. R. D. Clark, Augusta, Ga.; Mrs. T. W. Schley, Mrs. J- PManley, Mr. Woodruf Schley, Charlotte, N. C; Miss Caroline Meldrine, Miss Sophia Mel drine, Savannah, Ga.; Master Yar brough, Charlotte,' N. C.; ,Dr. Craig Furrow, Savannah, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. It H. McGee. Misses Mildred and Laverne McGee, Mr. Lee Benoist, New i Orleans, La.; Mr. t. u. a flomasuu, Maxton, N. C; Miss Christie Powers, Columbia, S. C.: Mrs. Linton C. Hop kins. Miss Nina Hopkins, Master Jack Hopkins, and Master Campbell Hop kins, Atlanta, Ga.; Mrs. J. . Arm strong. Miss Sarah Wyman, Montgom ery, Ala,; Mrs. J. F. Royster, .Chapel Hill. N. C: Mrs. A. Royster, Raleigh, N. C; Miss Nancy Page, Princess Anne, Md.: Mr. E. V. Howell. Chapel Fill. N. C; Mr. and Mrs. Thos. B. Whitted, 'Miss Margaret Whitted, Mas tor Thos". B. Whitted. Miss Lucia W. Parker, Charlotte. N. C; Mr. J W. Thomson', Rock Hill, S. C; Mr. and Mrs. Mariam Brawley; Mr., and Mrs. M. Scott, Misses Julia Baxter cott and Carolina Scott, Charlotte, M. C.: Mr. and Mrs. Thos. H. Battle, and family. Rocky Mount N. C; Miss Blackman; Miss Sadie Williams, Miss MaTy Weber, Augusta, Ga. : Mr. and . ' . - ' ..".: Sto ppie, Mrs. T. W. Bickett, Louisburg, N. C.;, Mr. H. P Griffith, Gaff neyS. C.;Dr. Edwin Mims, Nashville, Tenn.; Miss Luticia C, Barrow, Savannah, Ga.; Mr. J. H. Holmes, Mrs. - B. Ryder, Miss Virginia Ryder, Charlotte, NC.; Miss Zoe Beace, Washington, D. C; Mrs. E. L. McCormick, Miss Allie Mc. Cormick, Hendersonville; Mrs. O.-C. Hamilton, ; Mrs. Climle, Mr. John P. Hamilton, Miss M. Hamilton, Ashe ville, N. C; Miss Marie Nudham, Mr. aud Mrs. R. W. Nudham, Columbus, Ga.; Miss Marie Huffman, Massachu setts; Mr. Ed P.. Grimer, Mr. Will Wagner, Gov. Albright, Miss M. Alice Brown, Miss Helen Chapman; Mr. H. Hilliard, Mr. E. C. Samper, Asheville, N. C; Mrs. J. L; Dickey, J.., Miss Geneva Read, Miss Katherine Dickey, Miss Alice Muse, Atlanta, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Rowland, Mr. J. Clark Rowland, Savannah, Ga.; Mr. H. Beat tie, Jr., Mr. Lewis, Parker, Greenville, S. C; Mrs. John D. Pou, Miss 'Betty Pou, Atlanta, Ga.; Mr. Brent S. Drane, Charlotte, N. C.; Mr. J. I. NIsbet, Spartanburg, S. C; Mr. Wm. S. Ber nard, Chapel Hill, N. C.; Mrs. Eugene L. Sykes, Miss Dorothy Wayne Sykes, Master Eugene L. Sykes, Jr., Master Cromwell Sharp Sykes, Aberdeen, Miss.; Mrs. E. L. Hinton, Wilming ton, N. C; Mrs. W.. P. Walker and children, St Augustine, FJa.: Mrs. Ezell, St. Augustine, Fla.; Mr. E. C. Hood, Jr., Charlotte, N. C; Mrs, John Harper Davison, Miss Alma Davison. Augusta, Ga; Mr. and Mrs. Jjifv A. Law Spartanburg, S. C.;. Miss Jennie T. Law, Spartanburg, S. C. The Wheeler ' A. Barrow, Birmingham," Xla.; Mrs. J. A. Young, Harold Young, Mrs, W. C. Heath; child and nurse, Miss Melis sa Heath, .Mrs. J.; Q-.-Flnley Columia, S. C; Mr. and Mrs. Thos. H. Tatum, Eishopville, S C; Mrs. Phil Baum and children, Montgomery, Ala.; Mrs. G. Y. McRee, Valdosta; Mrs. J. J. Diet, New Orleans, La.; Geo. M. Stuckey! Li. Kosenzweiy, Miss Sadie Rosenz weiy. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lowrance, Miss Theo. Beckwin, Columbia, S. C; A. C. Small, A. T. Small, A. T. Small, Jr., Macon, Ga.; D. W. Summers, N. C; Mrs. M. Freykel, Montgomery, Ala.; A. A. Goldsweet, Cincinnati, 0.; Mr. and Mrs. A. Burness, Birmingham, Alabama; C. P. Exum, Sumter, S. C; Mrs. J. Scrborouirh. Mrs. B. Scar borough LaFayette, Ala.; Dr. and Mrs. w- c- T- Bates, St Matthews, S. C; W. C. T. Bates, Jr., St Matthews, S. c. E D. Dent, Miss Ruth Dent, Miss Emmie Dent, Columbia, S; C; Wm. - r DisDortes.' S. C: G. v E. Havnes- worth, Sumter; J. C. Copeland, Co lumbia; Townsend Nukel and wife,, Edisto -Island ;L. M. Greer, Sumter; Mrs. A. Summers, Miss T. Summers, Mrs. J. W. H&nry, Jr., Montlcello, Ga.; J. W. Byne, wife, eon ana maid, Way nesboro, Ga.; A. H. Jaiculby, St Mat- Vttliews. S. C: Mr and Mrs. G Vah schalsh, nurse and children, Chicago; Utrs. W -t. Houston. Mrs. L. L. wii- SOiQf Waynesboro; Walter Harkins, Migs Harkins, Petersburg, Ky. : Olla Hartline, Mrs Jno. W. Hightowers, Welter Hopkins, Atlanta, Ga,; C D. and, wife, Mrs. R. J. Blalock, Mrs. W. and wife," Ga.; I. D. Saunder3 J. Murry, S. C; Miss Lillian Duin. N. C; Mr. and Mrs. Jno. C. McDon ald, J. B. Hall( wife and daughter. Ga.; F. K. Root A. R. Gayden, Colum bia, S. C; D. K. King and wife, Fla.; J. W. Callahan and wife, Walter Cal lahan, Ga.; Mrs. F. P. Palmer, Miss Palmer, Miss Mary. Jennings, Miss Clifford Jennings, Miss Tommie Jen nings, Waynesboro; C. F. Hancock, M. D. Atlanta, Ga.; . T. R. Tarley, Reidsville, N. C.; Mrs. E. H.'Berjist New York City : Mrs. John Miles, Cam den, Ala.; jiiss Minnie Mcintosh, Camden,1 Ala.; Mr. and v Mrs.' M. C. Sanders, Columbia, S. C; Wm. Loch y rt and wife Palm Beach, Fla. ; Mrs. O. T. Hughesr Trenton, S. C; .Miss Addie Hughes, Trenton, S. C; Mrs. H. M. Strickly and children, Sumter, S. C; J. Wilber Jenkins, Baltimore Sun; H. G. Whitlock, TJnioai, S. C; J. S. Dixon, Columbia, S. C; W. H. Ross, W. W. Long, Spartanburg, S. c' . c Boykin, S. C Laurel Park Villa. , ' Miss ' Mary Hope Clark, Falmouth, Ky. ; G. W. . DeVault and wife, Fla.; Mrs. S. "J. Poupaft; Miss Carmen Poupart, New Orleans, La.; Mrs. W. G. Bateman, Columbia, S. C.; Mr.; Ed ward Long and wife, Marion, N.. C; Mr. Julian. Calhoun and' wife, Spar tanburg S. C; Mrs. L. W. Hamme, Miss Marion Hamme, Miss Hidelia Hamme, Jacksonville, Fla:, Mrs. L. F. Young, Miss Marian Youmg, Atlanta, Ga.; Miss" Mary E. Morris, Miss Bessie K Ward, G. S. Morris and wife, Miss Adrien Morris, Miss t Delia Kearney, Mr. W X Wiggins nnd wife, Miss Elizabeth -Wiggins; Master: -Gerrell Wiggins . Augusta,- Ga.T Mrs. Samuel H. Smith,-Miss; Ethel Bilbrey, Bir mingham, Ala.; Mr. W. S. Blakeney, Monroe, N. C; Miss Julie Lucas Hen- derson, Columbia, S C.; Mrs. C. L. . . ." : ' ::--.. Tisdale, Sumter, S "C.; Mrs. Julian a! Raffield, Miss ;Susi McKInney, Sum ter. S. C. Mrs. J . R, Dillard, Mrs. J. I. Collins, Montgomery, Ala; Mrs.' C. L. Brewer, Mrs. J, W. Norman, San. aersville, Ga.; A, M. McAullff e, Atfgus ta, Ga. ; Mrs. M . J rtHodges, Miss Mary Clyde Hodges, ; Mis ' George Hodges, Florence, S. C.r Miss Gladys McGee, Greenville, S. C; Miss Lutie E. McGoe, Mrs. J. M. McGee, Green ille, S. C; Mrs; J. M. Lilllcrop, Miss Selma Lillicrop, Mrs. Yetta ' Goelz, Miss Alice Goelz, Miss ' Mamie Goelz Evans ville, Ind. ; Mrs. Floyd Liles, Miss Virginia Liles,, Spartanburg, S. C; Miss Mai vina Dudley, Miss Emmie McGee, Miss Wilhelmina McGee, Mrs. A. D. L. Barksdale, Greenville, S. C; Mrs, F." M. Keating, Montgomery; W. H. Cogswell, Jr.; Charleston's. C. J. C. Cogswell, Charleston. : C. ; Miss Rochella Jones, Montgomery, Ala.; Mrs. H.1 Perkins, Mrs. St Julian Cull lum, Master Henry Cull um, Augusta, Ga.; Mr8. ,M. E. Conyers, Greenville, S. C; Mr. St Julian Cullum; Augu&ta, Qa.; J. A. McRae and wife, Key West, ""la.; Bennett and wife, Miss Constance Bennett, Greensboro, N. C; C. C. But ler and wife, Miss" Grace Butler, Jacksonville, Fla.; Miss M: E. Erwin, Citra, Fla.; Mr.. W. H. Cogswell and wife, Charleston, S. C.': Mr. F. J Bill and wifeSayaanah, Ga.; C. Qi Spen cer, Asheboro, N. C; Mrs. Nellie C. Mclver, Miss Helen Mclver. Spartan burg. S. C; Mrs. Jessie K. Proctor, Miss Frances Keating, Montgomery, Ala.; Mrs. Mlna G. Slayton, St Peters burg, Fla.; Miss Margaret Sammons, New Albany, Ind.; Mrs.. E. Bj Owen, Miss Ellie Owen, Greenville, S.r C; Mr. T. D. Graves and wife. Miss Carr Graves, Master Donald Graves St Petersburg, Fla.; Mrs. J. Ti: Mc CI:o, Knoxville, Ten ; Mrs. M; F. Sanders, Greenwood, S. C; Miss Kate t.ullum, Miss Mason, Batesburg, S. U. Kanaka Clnb Guests,. .-',- -Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Cranston . Mll ledgeville, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. A W. McLean and Master A. W. . McLean, .Tr., Lumberton, N. C; Mrs. Joes , Ful ler Miss Carolina Fuller and Master WUllam Fuller, Durham, N, G.f Mrs. NobleJones, Misses Frances, Tnn and varoline Janes and Master Noble Jones Jr., Savannah, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Dun can McKenzie, Misses Cecelia, Mary Sue, Virginia and Elizabeth and Cam eron McKenzie, Timmonsvllle, S. C; Mr. and Mrs. J H. Pratt, Miss Lilias Pratt and Master John Pratt, Tampa, Fla.: Miss S Fox. New York City- Miss G. Circe William, Asheville, N. C. Miss Louis Malor, Asheville, N. C; Mr. II. .Witherspoon, New York City; Mr. M. G. Hunter. Charlotte. N. C: Mr i G. H. Cawsock, Asheville, N. C; Mii A. S DeRosset, Mr. Ben J. Smith, Charlotte, N. C; Miss McNeill, Char leston, S. C; Mrs. R. M. Ivins, Laurel Park, N. !.; Mr. and Mrs. M C. Heah, Misses Elizabeth and Katherine Heath, Mrs. William Tennent, Colum bia, S. C; Mr and Mrs. L. M. Jor dan, Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Bryan, Misses Marion and Florence Bryan, Mrs. Henry Jackson, Atlanta, Ga.; Mr. G. H. Foard, Wilmington, N C; Mr. A.- S: Felp, Charlotte, N. C. MrE. R. Booker Farmville, C; Mr. W. B. Clairborne, Richmond, Va.; Mr. Bill Smith, Raleigh, N. C; Mrs. W. A. Gar rett. Misses Jenna H., and Marion Garrett, Augusta, Ga.; Mrs. Archie A. McLean, Misses Mattie and Same Mc Lean, Maxton, N. C; Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Griffin, Miss Anne Griffin and Master Walter Griffin, Greenville, S C; Mrs. Craig Barrow, Miss Elfrida Earrow and Master Craig Barrow, Jr., Savannah, Ga.; Mr. an. Hrs. W. S'. Nelson.. Miss Henrietta McW. N,son, and Master P. H. Nelson, Columbia, S. C.;-Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Doughty, Misses Frank and Ruth Inman, Master Walter Inman, and MasUr Lacy Matn rson, Augusta, Ga.; Mrs. H. S. Tur ner and Mrs. Adele Waterman, Wash ington, D. C; Mr. J J. McCloskey, Mr. P. Mclntyre, Mr. H. P. Brown, Mr. H. B. Stevensv Jr., Mr. J. B. Lyon, Asheville, N:C; Mr. G. Glenn Worden, 46 Cedar St, New York City; Dr. and Mrs..C. S. Mangum, Master Cbas. Mangum, Chapel Hill, N. C; Mr. and Mrs. W. H Wood, Miss Louisiana Wood, Charlotte, Nj C; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rhett, Miss Pheobe Rhett, At lanta, Ga.; Mr. Walter Lambeth, Charlotte, N C; Dr. and Mrs. T. H. Wright Master Tom wngnt ana mas ter Lenoir Wright, Charlotte, N. C, Mr and Mrs; F. B. Wilson, Cincinna ti, 6.; Judge and Mrs. Henry R. Bryan, New Berne, N. C; Mr. J C. Ratiff, CafCney, S. C; Mr. Fred Roozer, Gaff ney, S. C; Miss MaTy Mercedes Mc Growin, Brewton, Ala.; Mr. C. Gower, Hendersonville N. C; Dr. P. S . Chazal, Charleston, S. : Mrs. iee Benoist, Miss Nancy Benoist, and Mas ter Lee Benoist, Jr., New Orleans, La.; Mr. Osmond Barringer, Charlotte, N. C. ; Mrs. H . E . Borden, Goldsboro, N. C ; Mr. Archibald Johnson, Thomas lille.vN. C; Judge J S Manning, RaleigXN. C; Mr. C. W.' Tillett, CharlottevN. d.; Miss : H, A. Cren shaw, Miss Lilla Herndon, . Yorkrille, S. C. ; Mr. and Mrs. J . A. Chapmaa, n-nn Master Robert Chapman, Spartan burg, S. C; Mrs. L. J. Blake, Spar tanburg, S. C; Mr. and Mrs. Simmons, Charleston, S C;Dr. and Mrs. Jor dan. ?Mrs. H. C. Baker, Mrs. Vance Yending, Miss Annie 'Allen Miss Eliz abeth Turley, Birmingham; Mrs. Le Grande, " Tyler, Texas ; Mr Notter, Jacksonville, Fla. ? Mrr A. J.Turner, Spartanburg S.? G; Mr. and Mrs, W. N. Watson and son, Greenville, S C.; Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Rose, Miss Lucile Rose, Mr. Woodall Rose, Mr. Dillon Rose, Mr. I. W. Rose, Rocky Mount i . - , - N. C; Dr. and Mrs . E. P. Rose, Mr, P. Rose, Jr., Mr. Frank Rose, Miss Caroline Rose, Miss. Blanche Rose, Mrs Marian Curry, Misses Mar and Maude Curry, Col. and Mrs. Langs dale, Valdosta, Ga. ; Mr. W. B. Smith, Tennile, Ga.; Mr. and. Mrs. I. Bash iuski, Mr. and Mrs. 5am:: Baihinski, Dublki, Ga.; Mr.Halcott Poag, Rock Hill, s. C; Mr. Paul Browning, Green ville. S. C; Mr. Moreland K Crymes, Greenwood, S. C; -Mrsr J. -PL Burke, Mr. Bryne, Birmingham; Mr, and "Mrs. E. J . Best, Columbia,, Si C.,; .Mrs.- J . x Ezell, St. Augustine, 'Fla. Messrs: AJbert.Dial and John Watts Laurens, s C; Mr, T. H. Adair and; wife Sa vannah, Ga. ; Mr. J. R Malcolm, Co-4 lumbia, S. C; Mr. J, D. Hodges, Florence, S. C; Mrs J. B McLaugh lin and daughters,: Bishopvllle;: S. C; Messrs. E. P. Edwards and-A. C Jones, Spartanburg, S. C; Mrs; W. j' Goodwin, Miss Etta GxdVin, Tyler, Texas; Dr. J .? F. ' Simmons, Green wood, S. C.; Mrs. G. Y. Hunter, Pros perity, S C.; Mr. J. B: Gwynn, Spar tanburg S. C; Mrs. R.f LI DuBase DcLand Fla.; Col. S. H. Hardwick, Washington, D. C. ; Mr, and Mrs J. P. McRae, Camilla, Ga.; Mrs W..H. Mix son, Miss Erma Mizson. Mr. T.- ci Kaufman, Charleston;, Messrs, A. R. Welsh and , W. F. Hallett, St Peters burg, Fla.; Mr. C. BPinson, Tampa, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. R S. DeSchamps, Sumter, S. C; MiMes Ridley. Keller and Miller, Corydon, Indiana; Dr. L. II . Snyder, Terre Haute, Indiana r Miss Isabella Turner, Mr. F. L. Jenkins, Washington, D. C; Mr. I. W. Bull, Orangeburg, S. C; Mrs Jos. Walker, Miss Sutler, Savannah, Ga.; Miss Pochahontas Conn, Wilmore, Ky.; Mr. Chas. R. LltUe, Camden, S. C.; Mr. W. D. Arthur Jr., Union, S. C; Miss Virginia Hitch Savannah, Ga.; Mrs. A. ; H. Walker, St Augustine, Fla.; Miss Lilah Walker, St Augustine, Fla. Mrs. M. C McArthur, Miss Annie Mc Arthur, Mrs. J.t S. Newton, Fayette ville, N. C; Mr. R. F. Murray, Au gusta, Ga.; Mr. J: V Pinsoo, AUanta, Qa. ; ' Mr. J . J . ,: Heffron, . - Charleston, S;C.; Mr. Fred Fowler Clinton, S. CvMr and Mrs ' ' Frank - McCravy. Spartanburg7sS, 'C;- Mr C. G. JKelJy, Augusta, Ga. ; Dr. S . G ." Sarratt, Un ion, S . C. ; Messrs. Holt Wilt Lovett Sandersville, Ga.; Mr. E. E. Trogden, Charlotte, N. C. ; :Mr. George Logan, Spartanburg, S C.; Mrs. Mattie;Spear man, Newberry, S. C; Misses Carrie and Felicia" Spearman, Newberry, S. C.; Miss Mattie Lee Woods Louis ville, Ky.; Miss Norma Guess, Allen dale, S. C.; Mrs. Norman Walker, liamberg, S'. C; Mr. and Mrs. Harry AU and family, Allendale, S. C; Miss Marie Williams, Allendale, S. C. : Mrs. Jones Williams, Mrs, Janie C. Lewis, Bamberg, S. C; Mrs. C. R. Ashley, Valdosta, . Ga.; . Messrs. Gordon, Tom and Wallace Ashley, Valdosto, - Ga. ; Miss Eugie Dasher, Valdosta, Ga.; Mr. C. W. Goforth, Union, S.. C; Mr . T. W. Davie, Augusta, Ga.; Mr. J. T. Haile, Atlanta, Ga.; Mr. Gaines Ham mond, Greenwood, 8. C.;Mr. W. H Lane, South Norfolk, Va. ; Mr. W. W McDaniel, Lynchburg, Va.; Misses Royd and Glidden, Washington, D.-C; Mrs. Jager, .Charleston : Messrs. Home, Utsey, Dukes and Judy, St. George, S. C; Mr. Marion Lucas, Flor ence. S C.; Mr. John L. Barringer. Jr., Florence, S. C; Mrs. N. M. Parke, Miss Hazel Parke, Spartanburg S. C; Miss Velda Baxter, Mr W. H. Harth, Columbia, S. C; Mrs. S. L. Osborne. Augusta. " Fairmont Miss Mary Hynes, CharlestonS. C; F. P. Gramling, Florence, S. C; Miss L. B. Jackson, Melrose, Fla. Miss J. W. Weiner, Miss. GardWeiner, Jack sonville, Fla.; Mrs. Ruth Davis and daughter Helen, ; Jacksonville, Fla.; Mrs. D. A. Chatman, Mobile, Ala.; Mrs A. B. Ester, Miss Ruth Ester, Miss Eula Ester, St Petersburg Fla.: J. B. Williams. Branchville, S. C; Mrs. D. E. L. Connor, Ruth Connor, Lake land, Fla.; Winston C Pearcy, Wal terboro, t S. C; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bowen and four children, Blarney, S. C; Mrs. J. J. Hynes and nurse, Mas ter, James J. Hynes, Jr., Mrs. J. P. O'Brien, Miss Aline. O'Brine, Miss Vir ginia O'Brien, Charleston,-S. C; Mrs. A. W. Meadows and two children, Montgomery,- Ala.;, Mr. ' Jack Bailey Raleigh, N. C; Mrs Minnie Crook, Mrs. Walker, Mrs.' Neil Tyler and son, Miss Ruth Leith, Jacksonville, Flai; Mr4 and Mrs. Henry Webster, Mr. nad Mrs. Bates and four daughters, Tam pa, Fla.; Mr. Brume", Spartanburg.-. The South Carolina Club. '. Never in the history of this delight ful resort has there beep a : more charming number of guests. The fol lowing is a partial list: - Mrs. W. B. Ryder, Charlotte; Miss Virginia Ryder, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Belser and family, Columbia; Miss Mary Ingram, Columbia; Miss Virginia Wilson,V Sumter, S C.;Mr. and Mrs. D; F Wallace and family Greenville, S'C; Miss Pauline Dill, Miss Frances Dill, Charleston. S. C; Mr. McCloud, Stimter, S. C; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Huff, Marsville, N C; ' Miss . Eugenia Poe, Greenville, S C.: lss Chandlier, Sum ter S. C; Miss Bessie Patton, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Barron, Chester, S C; Isaac Porcher, Penopolis, S. C; Mr. Hinson, Rev. John KershawCharleston, S. jC.; G. B. Barron, UnTon. S. C; Mr and Mrs. Robert Mooreman, Mr. and Mrs. How ard Caldwell, Miss Caldwell, Miss Mary FIshborn, Columbia, SL C; Mr. - Contlriae2 on Tse 6) SANS frllLUOMS ITO THIS COUNTY The work of getting the property re cently purchased by St Petersburg people at Hillg.rt ready , for develop ment has already begum and civil en gineers are now busy at that 'point : A. P. , Avery,' president of the Ameri can Bank & Trust Company, A. R. Welsh of the Welsh Realty Company and Millard F. Hallett of the Hallett & Bunting Company,, all of St. Peters, burg, Fla., arrived .in Hendersonville Monday; and have established -head- ' quarters at the St Johns hotel. The gentlemen : are all largely Interested iu the St. -Petersburg-Hillgirt colony nd have come here as the. representa tives of the company and are making arrangements for the surveying and platting of the property." Vinson N. Ridge way, a prominent civil engineer accompanies the party and is now en gaged in the preliminary work." An other engineer swill join him' in the work next week and when the proper ty is platted a big excursion of stock holders of the company will come from St Petersburg for the' purpose of se lecting lots for home building sites. The blocks will contain four lots each, thus making, each a corner lot" There are about two hundred stockholders in 1 he company thus far and each of these is expected to build a summer residence and the number will be greatly augmented before another yfiar. It is the intention of the pro moters to have a hotel on the proper ty ready for the intertainmesnt of pa trons within a short time and . many f th stockholders will arrange for the building of their homes, this fall so as ; to . ha,ve them ready for occu pancy by -the beginning ; of the next season. Mr. Avery and the gentlemen with him are all enthusiastic admir ers of the Land o the Sky as the ideal place for summer, "outings and are particularly pleased that their colony will be located close to Henderson- The following are ; stockholders in the company and it is needless to say that Hendersonville extends a cor dial and sincere welcome to them and all their friends : T. A. phancellor, A. P. Avery, L. M. WmtersgillF. A. Holshouser, iF. A. Fenderson, A. B. Estes, A. C. Odom, Jr., Glen R. Taylor, T J. Northrup, A. T. Blocker, W. E. Allison, E. N. Kel rey, V; N. Ridgley, J. A. Potter, P. W. Cce, L. B. Cooper, A. Welton, E. C. McPherson, A. F. Bartlett, Paul Poyn ler, Emmett Riley, W. J. Millikin, J G. Foley, Childs Brothers, .R. F. Tag gart W. F, Smith, H. C. Cook, Edw. Durant, John N. Thorn, Edmund C. Wimer, J. J. PIttser, J. E. Young, C. J. Sims, A. B. Archald, J. Frank Chase, C N. Crawford. B. T. Boone, C. E. Spear, H. C; Thompson. F. W. Ramm, Stanley & Raram, C. P. Moor F. R. Singlehurst, W. B . Williams, Elmer C. Howard, J. F. Purvis, C. A. Jamin & Jerkins. W.-H. Parker, F. H. Richardson, E. H. Ladd, J. Cassitty, G. C. Prather, P. R. Boardman, A. W. Thomas, Joe Patton, W. W. Dieker, C. M. Shuster, A. Bepler, T. H. Battalls, Eert Craft, W. H. Johnson, C. O. Bird, L. C. Hefner, E. M. Burks, W. S. ' Blackburn, J. C. Blocker, Joe T. Po'vest E. B. Willson, Geo. N. Sarven, R. T. Thorn, H. C. Stewart, Frank A. Barber, James Cribbett, Rozella B. Smith, E. C. Baldwin, E. C. Beach, 5. S. Brickett, C. M. Roser, Virginia Peabody, J, D Peabody. G. H. War ner, W. F. . Hallett, X R. Welsh,: Ej. Byd Squires,' H i -W. Bi vins, R. S. Lud wlg, Mrs. Kate R. Ludwig, Ida L. Balt rell, Jessie A. McPherson, C. L Hoera. J. F. Harrison, W. O. White, Noah Dent H. C. Case. H. W. Plunkett $750,080.00 . Seven hundred and jfiftyv thousand dollars' worth of real estate, of Hen derson cdunty real estate, mind you, has been sold by one' real estate firm here since its organization. That, is almost a million 'dollars and the name of the. firm is Ewbank, Ew bank S: Co., in the Citizens Bank build ing : 1 J- ' , Of this vast amount.5 $50,000 has been sold during the last '30 days, and every inch of it has been sold to out side people-outside . of Henderson county and outside of North Carolina. ' This is significant and' very inter esting, for it means that a large sum of money has been brought into the county, by this real estate firm,, which was not here BEFORE. -' it's NEW. -capital and that is one of Henderson's greatest needs. Ewbank, Ewbank & Co. are real es tale operators oca a large scale. They seem to know how to Teach the Strang- . er, how to get-him interested in this city and county and how to finally bring him here as a new and welcome citizen. .; . , It is such things as this that build a community, and therefore, Ewbank, Ewbank & Co., while doubtless profit ing themselves, are also very greatly profiting Jthe community, in which they live.- :": " ; Mr. and Mrs. F.FIaxin'gtanHark eT "with a "party of friends, motor ed orer fromf Asheville Wedoes day. ' " ' ' " : . "O-- i : i t : 1 f i r f