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When you buy your rubber goods you will .be sure to get those with the proper ELASTICITY when you get them from us. Our drug store Is the RUBBER GOODS store, because we sell lots of them ank keep fresh goods coming In often. : Have you got a good hot water bag in tbe house. i You NEED one; JUSTUS PHARMACY PHONES: 16 and 1 77 r: We give you what you ASK for. IlEE;TICKET TO SEE FINE PICTURES . AT BEX THEATRE. The; Rex theatre announces that It rill give free admission to the theatre 'aturday afternoon to all persons Upplng the coupon m the Democrat's dvertising columns! j The management Js anxious to have L large -number of spectators to wit less the first episode of "The Exploits it Elaine," "which begins Saturday b run? f or-a number of weeks on the ame'day ' . .. J"",. j This picture isr atiracting consider- ble attention as it has a strong cast. The first episode' ' dealing" with the The Clutching Hand," a master crim iialv v : ' LECTURE AT CHURCH. . An illustrated lecture on mission work in Western North Carolina will be given in the Presbyterian church next Sunday night by Rev. R. P. Smith and Dr. Ramsey of Asheville, Stere optican views of the different schools and orphanages will be shown. ' The collection will go toward the support of this work. All those in terested in it are cordially invited to attend The service will begin" at 7: 30 o'clock.. ' - The Democrat gives more f county news and boosts the: community mofe! than all other" publications and cost3 no mora? .-. - .'w" .. t- .-- . - -.-::r: ::: : HIGH SCHOOL NOTES, - nfr & & & & & & The school had a visitor ' last Friday morning in the person of Rev. J.;I. Justice who is a missionary to South Americal He s. told us p. few things about that country and made us quite a . little talk. We greatly enjoyed hearing him and we always welcome visitors. A V Mr. Lee Allen conducted ' a very good program last Friday in chap eL Mr.( Herbert Keck, accompanied on the piano by Miss Dotson, sang an im impressive solo,- "Calvary." Miss Alice Pace gave a humorous reading very acceptably and there were other selections, all very good. The usual contribution of "Current Events" was not given because of the absence of William Egerton. There was a call meeting of the Literary society, last Monday at re cess ,to decidef about the curtain and other equipment for the -forthcoming play to be given in the chapel. "A box of Monkeys" has arrived and been in- spected by the prospective cast. Tues day last a meeting of those In the cast was held at the residence of Mrs. David J. Fuller, who is drilling those who take part. All were enthusiastic over their , parts , T which seem to fit them individually, as tho written for them and promise good work. - " Next Friday ; will be the school's "at home" day. Any time from 8j45 a m., to 1 p. m. we shall be glad to wel come any visitors and show them over the school. We have a beautiful build ing and are justly proud of it. Some of the parents have never been inside our building and we" hope they will take this opportunity to come and get acquainted with our surroundings This was Mr. Cale's idea and" we trust It will be a profitable one. Cake, can dy, and sandwiches, wilj be sold by the Literary society. " O. MUIRIEL FULLER, High School Reporter. NEW HENDEBSONVILLE B0ADI (Fish Top Cor. In Polk Co. News.) v , --" '---- There is considerable talk of a new road being built to Hendersonville via E. Head's. - - . ? - VISTA HAS NEW MACHINE. Manager C. Few Lyda of the Vista theatre j - announces the v arrival of . a Powers 6 A machine with the latest improvements, thereby assuring clear er and sharper pictures on the moving screen. " r This machine permits the running of two reels without stopping to change as heretofore : and necesBitates the changing' of carbons notfof tener than once every fiVe hours-when1 as hereto fore they - had to be changed every two hours.- - . ?- - - - ' ' " " ' ' ' - - T ' - r v . " " I. - :3 " "m ' ' 'zzzsai j. il f - c. - ; ! - tive avesomemtmc- man y prices on a grew in our Stoe items idea of 1 .": - - - hat we are 1 i 1 i f 1 To give you an ing we will quote just ; ja few of the niany bargains EtMistmM offer l - j rr ar ry m ' aiisy UMies'Mt a-. a-. . .... - . m r 9 L&diea '25d- Undelrwecir for 18c r -;75;-pwIe8-i 100 MenV Hatsr Calicos. 5c yard. Flannelettes, 5c yard 3 QJJ Phone 59 i n '..: W Butterick Patterns . trr- - GOOD SUGGESTIONS .TO TIIE fr ", FAK3IEBS OF HENDEBSON XO In view of the fact that the people of -Henderson county are , buying an nually about $400,000 worth "of feed and: food stuff, I f eel ' as ' if it will be interesting for the farmers .to take notice of the fact that it will pay them - handsomely to take measures to stop , the shipping in, in- the way of a larger home production. ' The people of Henderson county are very fortunate in -having soil and climatic conditions suited to the grow ing of the most important" meadow' and pasture grasses. ' Nature has en dowed this county with the resources necessary In the production of beef and mutton. In the first place the soil and climatic conditions favor the growing of a large number of plants suitable for winter1 pasturage, which is perhaps the most critical Reason of the year for the farmer who is trying to-raise stock of, any kind. Com fed animals of any kind means costly production of milk, pork, beef, mutton or wool. Goats are about the only animals that will thrive on troomsedge, ' pine needles, dead leaves, and bushes. " ' . - Let's name over a few of the grasses and plants that grow and stay green all winter that are good succulent food for .farm animals from a pastu age i standpoint. Common honey suckle is one of the very best plants to use for winter pasture.. It-will grow In the , woods, along" the fence, rows, will hold your , branch - and creek banks keeping them from wash- ing-will stop washes that may start in, your fields and will give your place a beautiful . effect r if r the .briars , and Lushes are kept mowed off. ' Orchard grass,- tall meadow oat grass, and blue grass are all winter greens and make good pasture practically every month ln the year. ; River- bank canes 1 are alsoi good- for winter pasture. Any fanner can have some -or all of . these - on his. place :ln sufllcient quantity to pasture the stock hemay have on his farri. in" this .way we can . stop to a large extent the buying ol hay to feed our arm-animals,;-, V - "-. Timothy, herd grass, orchard grass, tall meadow oat grass and either red clover or mammoth red clover are ex cellent grasses for-hay-inr Henderson county. : One man produced five tons of Jiay to the acre this year from or chard and tall mpftifow oat grass. ; Will you ask yourself the following questions? How many pounds of grass seed have I sown in the last five years? How many creek banks have I grubbed off .and , planted to honey suckle in the last five years? Have J ever Bet any river bank canes? How many peas . and - soja beans have I planted in the last five years ? Hav How :much. hay: have I bought in the last -live years? Have I sown any grasssaeed for pasture in the. last five .nyears?- How much cotton seed meal hate, j bought in. the last five years? How. much ha yhave I bought in the lastfive years? Is there any reason why -1 should buy any kind of- feed stuff .at all? If not why am I doing it? . ' ., , jEach. farmer should take an inven tpry some time during each year and ask himself such questions as the ones above. . ERNEST L PERKINS, , Collaborator. FOR SALE At a bargain, five passen ger touring car in perfect condition. - Been -used one" season. S. Maxwell ' & Co. - ; f 2-18-tfc FOB BENT A First Class Boarding house with modern conveniences. Will rent cheap. '- Address Box 1 81, Tryon, N..C. . - 2-ll-5tp T3E FINEST JEKGOE OB 3I0T0K Oil at wholesale price in any quan tity, phone 40. 1-28 4tc FOB SALE Good fodder and haJ L. V. Pullman, phone 282, Route 1, . City ' 2-18-3tp . FOB SALE One House and large lot, . three blocks from court house, west G. F. Chaple. ' 2-18-3tc. FOB SALE One lot, 1st Avenue and ; Buncombe street. G. F. Chaple; - ' ' - ' .2-1 8-3 tc- FOB SALE About foW acres, 1-2 mile ;from city limits. - Good apple orch ard and other fruit. See G.-F.-'Cha-;ple,'Owner. v- ' l-18-3tc FOB SALE One "lot 3-4 of acre in , West Hendersonville; " high eleva tion. G. F. Chaple, Owner. 2-18-3 tc FOB SALE At a bargain, If taken at "once, best paying business in Hendersonville,- for amount invested Address Box -522 ltc & MAXWELL & COv Wants 10 bush-5- els of turnip green per day. ' 2-18-tfc WANTED all youar fresh butter and eggs. Peoples Grocery.- Phone 43. v..y. - : 2-18-tfC' V A FULL' Line of Garden Seed, shown at Peoples Grocery. Phone' : 43. - - ; - 2-18-tfc . - -i - ' -- ' - - ANY Ulan who is willing to work can ; find permanent and"- profitable em ployment with a $150,000,000.00 con-, cern by conferring with McPherson & Barnes, Raleigh, N. C stating - age, business experience and refer- ences. p . . .; .. l-28-5tp Announcement Instruction . at! popu lar prices, to pupils of all ages in music, musical history,, French, Lat in, English Literature.- Apply to Mrs.. Butler Couper ,at "Glendale," 618 N. Main street. ; 1-2 9-4tp. CABOLINA Oil & Supply Co has the best Cotton Seed Meal. Phone 40. f7',' r ! ; ; l-28-4to STOVE WOOD BEEN CUT 20 Tears.' Phone 40. ; - l-28-4tc S. MAXWELL & CO Wants 10 bush V els of turnip green per 4ay. 2-18-tfc IF IN NEED of Coal, : Wood, Feed, hauling, etc., phone 40., Carolina Oil - & Supply Co: - l-28-4tc FOB SALENS CjUriderataxweUTonr ing car;; 4 cylinder Firestone touring - car. Will sell both for one-third the : cost of one. R. M. Oates:. 1112-tno WANTED Good Beliable White Girl for housekeeping. W. F. Case. 2-43tc -o'' WE SOLICIT Sman Orders f or Brick and lime, "Phone 40; 1-28-4 tc 4 $ GET Your Fresh Vegetables and faney - groceries from the Peoples Grr' ; - ' , 2-18-tfC In. Patterson announces that he will plre a per cent of all his business at the Wilson Mercantile Bankrupt sale to i the Patton Memorial hospital. This should interest many local shop pers, ltc GERTON NEWS. There has been more activity among the farmers for the last week than any week thi3 winter, this week being the first clear one in three months. Messrs. A. S. Edney and W. P. Max well were visiting in our - neighbor hood last Saturday and Sunday. They are good singers and had their song books with them. We got our singers together and had some fine music. - Mrs. Ida Maxwell was visiting her father here last Sunday. - : - - - R. E. L. Freeman has had instruc tions from Mr. C. L. Whipp of Jack sonville, Fla., to prepare his -summer camp and ';- the work i3 proceeding nicely. - r - " ; Mr. Whipp bought ten acres of land f rom R. E. L. Freeman last summer and is : going to build a stone house on: it later on. i -i .'- -,-. a . -G. S.-Wall has ist 4Sold a fine cow to Mr; Long of --Fair View for $50.00. ETOWAH, ROUTE 1. ps last Friday morning, a large crbwd of people gathered at Crab Creek school. District No. 3, and Prof. Poole of Fruitland institute delivered an& able and Interesting address to the 'school ;. and visitors. He spoke from the subject : "Be thou strong, "and shew thyself a man." 1 Kings 2-2. Prof. Poole discussed the subject so dearly that it seemed that the small est child in sehopl" could understand what it takes to be a man indeed. V -jWe are, always glad to" have, such men as Prof, Poole visit us. 1 We v then, had, a short but. able" talk by; Prof. Justice, ; I, The audience . then adjourned ah hour, for dinner. ; . ; : - The good ladies of this section had prepared a nice dinner, which, was en joyed by all. After being refreshed, by, the god dinner, and an hour's rest, the people were entertained awhile by Farm : Demonstrator E; L. Perkins, who told ; us very; i plainly, of : some things that will pay on, the. farm. . ;-. . Messrs. .R. L., Kilpatrick and J. A. McCall made; a business; trip to Hen-, dersonville Jast-Saturday. ,., j, . ."; .The farmers of this section are get- ting busy. . The lapt few days of pret- f ty sunshine, have caused' ploughing to start Up and : every body - is looking forward to"'the springT work; 1 ? ii. ? r Mcssrs.t Charles Maybm "and Jess Davi on of Hendersonville have moved t-i :rr. Rusher's "pierce ba Crab Creak. PBOMPT Seirvice can be found at the Peoples Grocery." D. T. Fuller and Ben Few, proprietors. Phone 43. - 2-18-tfc WANTED TO BENT Four or five room for light house keeping or five or six room cottage.- Address P. O. Box 611. ' 2-18-2tc FOR SALE Nice bay horse, perfectlj gentle and will work- any where. Apply to J." T. Crane, phone 144. ltc FOB SALE 118 acres farm land, half ' cleared, half in wood land?.- 5 Seven . room -house;, barn, rock dairy, crib. Located one mile from Fruitland, Seven miles from Hendersonville. Will sell reasonable tor right party. Write'W. V. Coston. Hendersonville. N. C, R. F. D. No. 1. 2-18-5tp FOB BENT A Thompson. house. See A, G. 2-18-tnc WANTED 3 bushels yellow potato and 1 bushel white multiplier on ion sets. Hunter's Pharmacy. 2-18-3tc FBOST Proof Cabbage Plants at Hunter's- Pharmacy. " 2-18-3tc BEDUCE the High Cost of Living by getting one of S. Maxwell" & Co's "trading Stamp books. A money saver on your groceries. The only thing of -its kind in the city. Call by and let us explain. 2-18-tfs BEDUCE the High Cost of Living by getting one , of ; S. Maxwell & r Co's trading Stamp books. A money saver on your groceries. The only thing of its kind in the city. Call :by and let us explain. 2-18-tfs FOR SALE Registered Percheon Stallion, Register yearling Guern sey bulls. J; P. Fletcher; Fletcher, N. C. 2-ll-3tp OBDEB THAT COAL Today. Phone , 40 -: ' - l-28-4tc WANTED To give house rent In oo6T location in exchange for board for single man:'-.Wate'rJ and electric lights in house. Prefer man and wife to a. family with children Give full particulars in first letter. ; Ad- ' dress P. O. Box 763. 2-4-3tc COTTON : SEED HULLS Cheapest Jn town. Phone 40. j l-28-4tc WOULD LIKE TO BENT PLACE OF few acres and small house near Hen-- ; dersonville. R. A. W. Box 541, Hen dersonville, N. C. . 2-ll-3tc I HAVE FOR IS ALE One Good Second hand carriage and one good second hand open toj buggy. I will. sell at: a bargain. Please "see me quick; -, - Glover T, Ocr f-tnq FOB SALE White Leghorn Eggs. W s-A. King, City , Route l-rlt3tp-: FOR SALE At a bargain, five passen ger touring car. In perfect condition ; Been used one season. , S. Maxwejr & Co. ; . . 2-18-tfc SPBING AND SUSniEB CLOTHING' for men, young men and boys now;! - ready at the Red Iron Racket. : : . .... . 2-ll-4tc FOR SALE Underwood . Typewriter formerly used by H F.; Stewart and in. excellent running order,, for $40 . cash. . Noah M. Hollowell; SEED IBISH POTATOES Fresh Cab bage Plants. Hunters Pharmacy. (Everything in Drugs.) 2-ll-3tc FOB SPraying: Tonr Trees "We have the Lime and Sulphur Solution fiv any quantity. Hunter's Pharmacy. ' ' ' ' 2-ll-3tc 6 MONET 6 MONET 6 LOANS may be obtained for. any purpose on acceptable Real Estate security; lib eral privileges; correspondence so licited. A. C. Agency Company, 758 - Gas, Electric Bldg Denver, Colora do, r 446 Pierce Bldg, St. Louis. WHITE. Red and Tellow Onion Set and all seeds at Hunter's Pharmacy." : .; ;- 2-4-3tc , j .-. Our bicrlot of GARDEN-FARM arid FLOWER seeds are now inl 'We carry ar great, assortment; Onion Sets, Cabbage Plants and Irish . Potatoes. HUNTER'S rtr nr'4VElectric Lihe QjfbItf PHARMACY It is " reported that Mr. Thomas Stepp is going", to move his. saw mill , intp this section.":; s u! -. V : Mr. William Shook df Mills River spent .Thursday ' night at Mr.'G..J. Patterson'a. , . r . I r ,A" . It was thought that the. cchool at Crab Creek; would , close on last Fri day but: Prof.. Shitle informs us. that there" is money , enough , to run the . scnool a- mpntn longer. - .mis . win give us eight months ol school at Crab X3reek District No. 3. ',; ' ; . ' Mr.' ?J.; B. Patterson : : attended the speaking at Crab . Creek last Friday Misses Ava Shook and . Hazel Patter son went to HendersonvilleIast .Sat urday. . . ;-:; Tube leu line -Tested, Cow C W. SITT ClClV"tcr PHONE 70-L - : - - - - . - , -. - tlilk f:r B::2S a Specialty ! Tilodern; Convenience " '