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, Hendersonville, N. C, Jan. 27. 1915.
is is to certify that I have Inspect d and tested "the dairy" herd" of Mr. c w Sitton known as the Wyanoak pairy and find 'them in g00d health Charles F. WolfD: V. M Tested and inspected Jan. ,14, 15. 1915. DR. W. F.ICKEL DENTIST . rf-" ' iiliilllfcBSOtlltE 10 HMEFIWE W ag rift. na i . lA B(1 M w A.,, tt A.. AW .- -.MWi Oflce Over Hunter' Phanaaoy Hendersonville.' N. 0. dr. e. a. McMillan? v (Successor tb Dr. W. T. Wallace.) DENTIST Office: Burckmyer. Building, 4th Ave. Phone 442 - . ' '' ' ;; Hendersonville, N. C. ' : Dr. W JI. .Vander linden .' DENTIST Orer S. Maxwell & Co Store - ... ' - :. . . ".V Phone 351 A. H. MOREY DENTIST Morey Building . PHONE 60 Mrs. LETITIA TERTEEES PULLMAN Christian Science Practitioner. Hendersonville, N. C. Edneyville Road. R- F. D. No .1. DRS. HALE : OSTEOPATH Over Rose Pharmacy j will sell half interest or an in my Meat Market and Cafe fen .." I Known as the -Golden ij y Rule Market. n At Depot. i:alli419 El 'iWi-"nMt-icjfc ARTISTIC, CLASSY and MODERN 44 SIGNS" WE MAKE EM RI(SHT Sully-Patterson Sign Co.- l'lione 382. Patterson Paint Co. Inston-sAlemTman" SAVED FRO W DEATH J. E. Erwin Says Wonderful Remedy Lrcught Him Astonishing' Relief. . J. E. Erwin of Winstcn-Salem, N. C, v. i.- icr a long time the victim of seri ous u.sorders cf the stomach. Ha A til kinds' of treatment and had l-:'--y doctors.' ' ' ' One day he took a dose of Mayr's cnJerful Remedy and wa3 aston iied at the results. The help he ou.iit had come. He wrote: "I am satisfied through personal u?.e of the life-saving powers of your Wonderful Remedy. You -have saved Kiy life. I could have, lived hut a few v;eeks more had it not been for your remedy.. I am inclosing a list of friend sufferers who ought to f have some of your remedy." . . " Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives per manent results for stomach, liver and intestinal ailments. Eat as much and whatever you like. No more distress acer eating, pressure of gas in the stomach' and around the heart: Get one bottle cf your druggist now and try it on an absolute guarantee If not satis factory monev will be returned. BRAND - f.'J : - -Parfat for Crrt-CHES-TER S r f,:usso IKAND PULLS in Red andA metallic boxe3, sealed with Blue ISruL ?A,KB ? OTHER. BayoFyoiii-W a.4OJ' BRAND FILLS, for twenty-fiv -a.a regarded as Best, Safest, Always Reliable- OLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS SSL EVERYWHERE tested. R AD CLIFF - AGEXCY OP TYASlIIJf G- TOjf TO GIVE TWELVE PER. FOR3IAXCES IK HEIfDER : SONYille, AUG. 4, 5, 6., Hendersonville Is to have another Chautauqua. ' :A 14 will be conducted for three'days, August 4, 5 and 6, under the auspices of the Greater Hendersonville club .Some of the leading business and professional business men of HendPrl onvnie realized the need of more at tractions for the city and arranged; lor a days feast of high-class entertainment . : The Chautauqua wiU be held under a large tent between the Clarfe build big and Baker's Art Gallery : J. D. Waldrop has been Induced to take - the advertising matter in 'hand and he is now distributing literature with the iriew to giving wide publicity to the event. v The attractions are consider cellent and the news, of the coming of a high-clas3 Chautauqua will doubtless he received with keen interest by both visitors and home people: . Twelve performances will be given, programs having been arranged as fol lows for afternoon and night: First Day Attractions. Bessie Leigh belongs to the new school of readers. Indeed, she is in a class of her, own just natural. An audience never, tires as it listens to this charming little woman, with a face that mirrors all the clouds and the sunshine of tragedy and humor. She has had a long experience before the public, and prepared under the best teachers. Miss Nell Whayne was prima donna soloist with the Metropolitan Grand. Opera quartette which toured the United States with the famous Liberati Band. She was one of the soloists at the famous Southern Cotton Palace at Waco, Texas, during the past season prior to her long engagement with Miss Leigh. Harry S. Robinson has successfully toured the United States and Canada in Chautauqua work. He is one of the most artistic and pleasing violinists now before the public. He combines intellect with artistic temperament, :d produces a result not often found on the Chautauqua platform. His vio lin, a rare old instrument, is a delight to all. who appreciate and love, music. Frank Buffington Vrooman lectures on "The New Agriculture? and "Ar mageddon and After." His brother, Hon. Carl Schurz Vrooman, is the As sistant Secretary of Agriculture, who is devoting his energies to help the farmer. Dr. Vrooman has traveled far end gathered material with the intuition of a bee . that ucks sweet ness from the flowers. He i3 a stu dent of current problems, and speaks with authority. He has had the honor of being called to deliver a series of lectures at Oxford University, Eng land. He is a graceful and eloquent speaker, who uses English with the skill, an expert workman handles tools. His appearance on the Chautauqua platform is a distinct acquisition. He gives what the men of this generation mnst reefl. noDular information on great questions of the day, and he gives It Willi eiuijueii.v;e uu aat-jr assisted by a magnetic personality. Second Day Attractions. ' A Star from the Stage, Charles B. Hanford, takes his audience into the ciassia dr;nas the realrn of tragedy, romance and comedy. His record on the stage ranks him. with Robeson and Crane, Edwin Booth and Lawrence Barret, with vhom he has played. H 5g as mi'Ch at home in Malvoho anc Marc Antony as he is with Leonites and . Iago. Mr Hanford'c breadth of experience and strict devotion to his j are, added to a personality which na- , turally lends itself to the Shakespear- j ean roles, is aii assurance of great ; success on the Chautauqua platform, j Jle is well known as one of the great- i est actors of the American stage, and r-r himself a multituae oi friends throughout the country. Gustave Milburn is a magician and his charming wife is his capable as sistant. Together they make an at tractive couple. who delight the chil dren and entertain 'iheir. parents. Among his, magicial novelties are tricks which puzzle the mind and cheer the heart. What he says is of ten quite as interesting as what he. does. Dexterity, suggestion, mysterv and humor make up a program with i irresistible fascination. . -': Tlifcrd Day Attractions ,! The Lyric Glee Ciub of Philadelphia consists of four fine fellows, and they are known for their great voices, clean comedy, and witty wisdom. From "The Old Church Beli" to "Tippferary.': the program is full-of charm. - v"Fun In An Old-Fashioned School", is a hu ot comedy which carries the audience back to the dear old yesterdays. After noon and night' the Lyrics givejt -.bis program. Steleyv the 7 tenon, has a voice of extraordinary, sweetness. Williams, the second tenor, is-: not a: singer, hut a comedian. As - ,1 ne German School- Master." he .dis.cm guishes ; himself: as , an' orator. w; ard; baritone; is a. pianist; of ability His piano selections always, attract attention- from . intelligent , lovers ; o. music, ' Gorgas has' a; rich, bass voic' of great. range and he uses, it .wit, the ease .of a tramed singer, . . . - Dr..J. W. Frizzell; Chautauqua Di- and raised on a farm. He is strong in capital.-.- He was born'. in the country s.troHu eq jo oqpinqo" sB3JVi'am body and vigorous in mind. He has learned much in the school of adver sity,, and. hard . work. ' At the age of twenty-one, and . without a dollar, he started out to get an education, and kept at it' until he received five uni verclty degrees, all with high lionor s. He is a man of strong convictions and positive beliefs He believes that the world isgetting better and in the final triumph" of: the good; The people of our town will Joave an opportunity to hecome well acquainted with Dr, Friz- zell, not only , through his splendid Ic uurca, but also through coming to personal" contact ' with'. .him during the three : days of the Chautauaua. To know such a man is real privilege. First DayAgricultural Day MORNING. , 10:30 ..O'clock Farmers Institute. Addresses by County, State and -Na tional Farm Experts, ; AFTERNOON. 3:00 O'clock Lecture, "The New Ag riculture," by Dr. Frank B. Vrooman. 4:00 O clock Concert by the Bessie Leigh Concert Company. .. - EVENING. . S:15 O'clock Concert and Entertain ment by the Bessie Leigh Company. 9:00 O'clock Lecture, "Armageddon and After," a Story of- tho" Great War, by Dr. Frank B. Vrooman.. . ', Second Day Educational Day. I MORNING. ' 10:30 O'clock Educational : Rally. Addresses by Local, State and. Nation al Educational Leaders. AFTERNOON. f ' 3:00 O'clock -Forty-Five Minutes of Fun and -Magic with the Mysterious Milburns. ' v 3:45 O'clock Impersonations, Stories. Recitations, Grave and Gay, by Charles B. Hanford, the famous actor. EVENING. 8 : 15 O'clock , Magical Illusions and Prestidigitatorial Performance by the Mysterious Milburns'. 9:00 O'clock Grand Scenes from Shakespeare's Comedies and Trage dies, by Mr. Charles B. Hanford. the celebrated tragedian. Third Day Town Boosters' Day and . Neighborhood Picnic. ' MORNING. 10:30 O'clock. Address on Boosting "The Old Home Town." by City, State and National Leaders. (All citizens are requested to close their places of business and unite in boosting our town on this day.) . AFTERNOON. 3:00 O'clock-Grand Concert, by the Lyric Glee Club. - 3:45 O'clock Lecture, "Visions and Ideals." by Dr. J. W. Frizzell, Chau tauqua Director. EVENING. 8:15 O'clock Lecture, "Some Twen tieth Century Problems." by Dr. J. W. Frizzell. . . 9:00 O'clock Concert and Entertain ment by the Lyric Glee Club. ' HENDERSON COUNTY RANKED BADLY IN BUYING FEEDS. Statistics prepared by the University o North Carolina' show, that 1,164 or 54 per cent of the farms in Henderson county bought stock feed in 1910. Out oi the ninety-eight counties in the State at the time oniy two ranked worse in this respect than Henderson, these being Transylvania and New Hanover. v ;The following .statistics . from-the University News Letter will be of .in terest in this connection: "It is hard to believe that 76,803 farmers in North Carolina in the cen sus year bought feed for. their farm animals; that three in every ten of our farmers spent in cold cash for this purpose, on- an average, $41 apiece, and all toid, $3,151,000. ' "In 56 counties,, the per cent of far mers buying farm feed was beyond tie state average (30 per cent). In 36 counties more than a third of the far mers bought stock feed ; in five, more" than half of tnem; ana in one county, nearly three-fourths of them I "In 24 counties, more than a thou sand farmers bought farm feed. In Six counties, around 1,500 farmers were supplying deficiencies in this way. In Robeson the farmers buying farm feed numbered 1.739; in Wilkes 1.875; and in Wake 1.965. - The ratios ranged from 9 per cent in Dare to 73-per cent in New Han over; and the sums spent for farm feed averaged all the way irem . a.-xa m Yancey to $121.90 per farm in Mew Hanover. ' " . Laggard Farmers. . "In the 1910 Census, it appears that. 184 000 farms in North Carolina grew no hay "and forage; that 25.393 farms, or one in every ten grew no corn; that nearly 200,000 farms grew, no oats, and more man .200,000 grew no " "A fifth of the hay and forage con sumed in the South is imported, around ore and a half billion tons av year. Our yearly bill for Western hay and forage 'Is some seventeen and. a half million dollars. It makes the Middle Western farmers justhat much, rich er and leaves us just so much poorer. "Barns, bins, cribs and smoke houses bursting - with home-raised, feed and food supplies mean permanent farm prosperity: They point the way to a etff-feedingr. self-financing, self-directing farm democracy. They spell eco nomic freedom. ;; ; .;. V Moving Forward. X-Y ' "North - Caro.ma' is moving . toward this ideal." Since 1880 we have neaiay quadrupled our acreage in hay and forage' "We have multiplied our psa nut acreage eleven times over since 1880 We have trebled our wheat croi; in the last five yejars, and this yearw have a xiuall Surplus for export. .We have net done-so well in corn produc tion but we .have increased this crv nearly 60"per cent inthe last 15 years Our. oats crop is 700.000 bushels larg er -than last , year, and our potatoac two and a third million.bushels mcr ; And on-the first of last January w? hoH Trlv 000 ; pigs in, the -'stat more than ih -1910. ' ; Holding Down a Billion Dollars. . T ' "We are rapidly learning the abe's IT? 11 - tri N : 'Mmmmm ,p , , ,, pB, MimMo Jukr -3(0) i 'r ' . - , ' - - - -- -i -.. '. . . . - . - ... . .. Music by ike Brotikskire SMngrBand Admission 10c Afterri Saturday on R person w to) ppn, The hodod . ... . ... i . Jwly endron ho 31, jat 4r3Q p. m. Beach catche s and pets the hold pig and $2i50 in i Gold ADMISSION FREE the Pig "Flo JI TJH ? filer s - o n Tuesday: For the Best Solo, $5 in Gold. " Trio, $5 Laiiirel Pairk For the Best Quartette, $5 in Gold " Banjo Solo $2 " ii if oi farm economy; namely, that the first Business or tbe farm is to . feed the tamer's family and the farm animals. This lesson, well learned in the South, would increase our farm wealth at the rate of 936 million dollars a year! 16 AMERICAN SCIENTISTS. Washington, &ily 19 Sixteen Amer ican' scientists to form, with Thomas A: ' Edison as chairman, the advisory board for the proposedbureau of in vention in the navy department, will be selected by leading scientific socie ties of the country. Secretary Daniels announced today he; had written to the presidents of eight societies- asking that two members be selected by each organization to become members of the board. ' HENDEESON COUNTY'S BANK. The relative efficiency of county agents can hardly be determined by the average yield of corn under their supervision as compared with the yields in other counties because of such varying conditions. However some; interesting figuresare given by the V following report from several leading counties in demonstration work: County. - Surry.... .. Rowan. . Buncombe Henderson. . . Caldwell . . . . Mecklenburg.. WHkes". . Craven, ; . . Mitchell.. Lee. . . . Macon. . Gaston. . Warren. . Randolph Acres. Yield 243 . )65.4 . . . . - . 106 201 '-53 118 . 95 163 122 ' .57. 100 93 92 C167 331 65 62.3 61 60.4 59.S 58.S 58.6 58 54.8 54.5 53.5 51.S 51 . Average. . . . .. . . . . 135 ' 56.7 'It is thus seen that; in five counties the average - yield by:', demonstration methods was over 60 bushels per acre, and in nine counties the yield was over 50. bushels per acre. - These large yields were' made by the application of the. important prin ciple of deep breaking, incorporation of organic matter, improved seed and proper cultivation, methods ,lhat can- e'rvdsnguld be appljed by every farmer in the state. . , ":' . V'V 3IR, TOBIX BUYS COLE- PLAf!E. w;j. T6Mn of Charleston, S. C hag purchased the C D. Cole place on -.the Edneyville road. Ewbank & Ewbank having negotiated the deal. 4 The farm consists of five acres with a house. . It is iikelv that-Mr. Tobin's hrother will occupy the place permanently. : ' , Your Family Needs Wrs . Tl Tl When your kitchen sink is stopped up and the water flow ij slug- ish; when salt-shaker doesn't "shake" ; when . your watch slows down and becomes untrustworthy ' - WHAT DO YOU DO? You have means to cleau them out, to readjust and put theni in . working order without itiury: - . And so it is with the human body there are times when the. sys tem that carries' off the dangerous poisons ' and waste materials becomes clogged... -The result of this defect is listlessness, debility and general bad health. This condition in itself is bad enough, but . in addition you are constantly in danger. of developing one of the more serious diseases, such as typhoid, diphtheria, etc. If your system is clogged and you are listless and logy, we would recommend , r - Rexall Orderlies - . These candy-tasting, gentle-acting, harmless tablets will aid In removing those dangerous poisons from your system. and tend to bring about a condition of general good heatlh. ' "One at night will make you feel fine tomorrow." Sold only atThe Rexall Store The Justus Pharmacy Reliable Druggists - Hendersonville, North Carolina 0 Shingles sS The roofing .that lasts 'as . long as th2 bunding and never needs repairs. They won't burn crack, icurl or rot - - v . . . o wood shingles, nor ha vt they the veight or brittleness of stone slate; . besides they a inexpensive and !ook better than either. , '1-' .' . ' '. - - For Sale by '. - - Farmers' Hairdwe re &. Supply Go. nenderson vale, .IN. C