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Western Carolina Democrat and French Broad hustler. [volume] (Hendersonville, N.C.) 1913-1915, July 29, 1915, Image 6

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WAS BUSINESS JIUXSX IN FY-
PKOOP ORDINANCES OF CITx f
(Jackson County Journal.) ;
' Hendersonville - proposes to have- a
clean bill of health this summer.; To
that end the board ,o city .commis
sioners have passed ordinances which
if conscientiously enforced vm tend
to make Hendersbnvilie a clean and.
healthful town in;facr as. well as in
name. For instance; an ordinance
was passed recently making it unlaw
ful, with a penalty of fifty dollarsjfo?
each day of the violation, foT any per
son to maintain either a" privy , or. wa
ter closet that is not .absolutely Ayr,
proof. ' All privies accessible, to sew
ers are to be abolished and cewer con
nections - made. Another , ordinance
requires that all stables shall have
dry fly-proof bins with maggot-proof
bottoms for the daily smtorage of all
manure and that once a week all ma-
shall be removed from the city.
A further requirement was that all
market places be kept clean, sanitary,
screened f rom. flies and, openlto the in
spection of the city health officers at
any time, an dthat all- meats be kept
covered and fly-proof whiles In trans
portation? . . V --''a1:: "' :
The- commissioners went a - step
further and made it? unlawful for. any
tierson or firm to engage in washing.
and ironing without first having pro
cured a certificate of good health froin
the city health-officer, steam laundries
excepted. , . S'-'v
To the . city health officer, ur. J.
Frank : Cranford. is the credit of these
ordinances, which; if strictly enforced
w ill go a long way toward making this
cfty what it should be as a summer
resort safe, for visitors. It remains
for Hendersonville to really show
whether she" meant business when
these ordinances were passed or not '
PROCEEDINGS OF GRAND LODGE
IN THIS CITY ARE PUBLISHED.
The Democrat is in receipt of a copy
of the proceedings of the North .Caroli
na Grand Lodge, I. O. O.Fwhich met
in Hendersonville in May. ;
This book of 222 pages contains not
only the proceedings of the Grand
Lodge but all information regarding
the work of Odd Fellows in North
Carolina. It carries the addresses of
welcome, the responses, names of all
Odd Fellows in the State and a great
deal of other information of interest
in connection with Odd Fellowship in
North Carolina. -
LAUREL TAKir PLEASURE CLUB
ENTERTAINING 1TITII SUCCESS.
(Contribute.)' ;
. The Laurel , Park Pleasure' club,:: so
far this season has 'proved a success
irl entertaining; not sonly allthe' resi
dents of the Park but manyv of the
tourists now in our city. ; ;'
' An , entertainment is given in ; the
spacious Casino ; every Tuesday at V
p. m: The- entertainment.' consists or
music both yocal; and instrumental,
games of checkers, chess and social
conversation. " v. V ; ..
During of after the meeting the flne
tennis and croquet courts are - open to
all visitors. - - '
; It Is the intention of the club during
August to give ' one meeting to" each
State organization, on August 3rd the
Florida tourists, Aug. 10thN South Car
olina. Other States will fallow
RESOLUTION AGAINST CLaWtON.
Qcoi?srriERATIQTT
GREAT TE3IPERACP. ivnn "
" Rev. R.- L. Davis.
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the
League, ' who
attended
Anti-Saloon League convention
lantic City July 6-9th. win 7-1 At-
national. constitution ni r,..:. on
tion
rsunday,: August 1st. n.. .
Monday night, Aug. 2, Uke ToS8
Tuesday night. Aug. 3, Brevd y'
Wednesday night, Aug. 4, TrW
Thursday night, Aug. 5, Saluda
-'.-Friday, .night,. Aug. 6, Candle- " 1
: Sunday, Aug. 8th, Waynesvilie
Monday night, Aug. 9th, Murnhv
Tuesday, night, Aug. loth, Andre,
Wednesday night, Aug. nth, bSX
City.- yson
Thursday night, Aug. 12, ciyd
Friday night, Aug. 13th, Canton
' Sunday, August 15, Marion.
' Portland, .0., July 10.-A resolution
that President Wilson be asked to dis
miss P. P. Claxton, United States com
missioner of education, because of sen
timent derogatory tq.the United States
flag he ' 'was reported to: have expressed
in a speech two years ago in Boston,
caused a commotion today at the .first
session of the twenty-sixth annual
congress, of the Sons of the American
Revolution. ' -
NO EXTRA CONGRESS WANTED. '
i Washington, July 15. United States
Senator Simmons and Representative
Godwin whoare here on department
arbusiness told ofilclals of the admin
istration that North Carolinians, irre
spective of political afliliation3, have
great faith in the ability of Prrtident
Wilson to handle the delicate foreign
situation and approve of his policy
so far. :- . -
-" Neither Senator Simmons nor Rep
resentatiye Godwin believe that it will
be necessary to call Congress in exta
session before December "L They are
not among those, senators and con
gressmen who are urging the presi
Ident to have Congress meet before the
regular term to take action to prevent
the shipment from this country of
arms and ammunition to the warring
nations. " . . '
WHY NOT TRY POPHAWI'S
iiiiiuLa iitutuY
Gives Prompt and Positive Belief in Ever.
Case. Sold by Druggists. Price $3 m 7
- r Trial Package by Mail m.
YiLLIAWS TFG. CO., Props. Cleveland, 0.
Sold Only by Hunter's Pharmacy,
n$L0MEL
TIo r.lorc Nasty, Disagree
: - cbto Effects,
y. LIV-VEn-LAX is now rapidly taking
the place of calomel everywhere. It w
just as effective, cleansing the system
thoroughly Df bile, toning up the liver
and? making that sluggish feeling dis!
appear like magiq. Yet it is pleasant to
take, and has none of the disagreeable
after effects that make us dread calo.
melso much. .
Feel fine all .the time. Take LIV-VER.
LAX regularly; and health becomes a
habit. .
Guaranteed Every . genuine bottle
bears the likeness of L. K. Grigsby, and
if it does not give satisfaction your
money will be returned. For sale in the
big 50c and $1 bottles at
iWiH- JUSTUS
RUTHERFORD-COLUMBUS ROAD
MAY EXTEND TO FOREST CITY.
Forest City, July 19 It is under
stood that the Rutherford-Columbus
Railway company has received propo
sitions from both the Southern rail
ay and Seaboard railroad companies
in regard to the extension of their lines
into the town of Rutherfordton. With
the other enterprise, will be built in
town. J
FASSIFERN
SCHOOL
4 Hendersonville. N. C.
Accredited by the University of N. C, and the Southern Association
of Colleges. Open September 7,1915.
Vor catalogue and for tennis to' day pupils, apply to the principal.
r Miss Kate C Shipp,
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rTi HEmnagement.of the Strand Theatre recently announced the Opening of a Popularity Contest, in which
A $1,000 in Cash and Diamonds would be awarded to successful contestants. Sipce announcing the contest,
we haire been advised by our legal representatives, Smith, Shipman & Bridges, that all contests of this nature con
tain an element of chance and those who conduct such contests are liable to indictment and if convicted to fine
arid imprisonment. As it is our desire to observe the law and- take no chances, we
the Popularity Contest, and m its place will run an -
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We have engaged all persons who were contestants in the Popularity
Contest, to enter our employ as sales people under the following terms:
Each person in our employ will be permitted to sell our coupon books
which contain 12 admission tickets to THE STRAND; these books will sell for
One Dollar and we will pay a commission of five per cent on each sale; we will
also give with every 10c ticket purchased at Box office, one coupon; for 20
coupons we will give 1 admission ticket; sales people who induce, their friends to
patronize the Strand, and secure coupons from them, will receive credit for, sale.
We feel th?it our sales force will do all within their power to make this
Campaign a successful one, and it is our desire to have them' bend every energy
in that direction, and as a mark of appreciation for their anticipated efforts,
we announce; the following bonuses. 0,
To the 1st Best Salesman or Saleslady - $5ft0 inf Gold
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sales manager will call on you and arrange the rest. . Remember that every person will receive the 5 per
cent cash; and the.$l,000 bonuses will make it worth while. v : - :
I am interested in your AD VERTISING AND PROFIT, SHARING
CAMPAIGN and wish to mako application as a member of your sales
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