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THEADRTiSEHS IN THIS IISY7SPAPEli AsnAnr
D OF THEIR nEEOHAIIDISE. THEY ARE COmiUIOTY BUILDISES. THEIR I.IESSAGES ARE WORTH COITSEDERATIOITi
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For the ft;
"Star" , k
on the
Heel
w I AJJ average pair ot snoes gives
$ A you service at a cost of three
Jj , and a half cents a day v ; "
v btar Brand- ; Shoes are better
than the average - shoe, therefore
tne cost per day is less.
IIODERSOS COUSTT'S EOADS 4
COUE IX FOIl WA1UI PRAISE.
They may cost you a quarter more but
they'll last a dollar longerl , v :
There are lots of good shoes, but
"Star Brand Shoes
These shoes are made by the world's largest shoe- A
makers. The more they make the less they cost to (V
make. This saving goes into extra quality. jSJ
They are made in all styles, grades and sizes rfSd
all prices for every member of the family. A -
All Genuine " Star Brand ? Shoes have AY"
the manufactWers'-name on the 6oie and Ajr
iheirstar on the heeL Every pair honest AV
icauuci. osuDsututesioneatner ever used.
uon i just go mto any
4 ' store and ask for them,
, but come to us.
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;-1 The Henderson county portion of th'o
AshievilleHendeVsonville-Spartnbufs"
highway lg receiving favorable men
ion.on all. sictes. it is ; regarded aa
one of the best pieces of road work in
Western, Carolina. ' .
Tne Asheviile Citizen and" Spartan
burg Herald have ' been discussing
needed . Tepafrs in Buncombe and Spar
tanburg counties and their comments
will" be 'found below. '
The Asheville Citizen says: - V f
Since- discussing. the relation of our
opunty roads "to increased- tourist pa
tronage, The Citizen has received a
letter from a South Carolinian now vis
iting here wherein he pays particular
attention to the Hendersonviile road
"I think the Citizen is engaged in a line
of commendable endeavor," he says,
"when it urges the need of immediata
improvenlentc on portions of . the Ashe-ville-Hendersonville
highway. .After
traveling oyer .the. excellent roads of
HeaderBcn county .4we were considera
hiy surprised- to iiote the condition of
certain sectfons of-Buncome county's
read into. Asheville,. I understand that
this particular; road is one of the main
arteries into Asheville for automobiles.
1. respectfully suggest that if Asheville
and other points would increase toe
tourist patronage from our state, tha
county authorities should lose no time
in putting the road in good condition
.uroughout. x . j: . ,
" The Spartanburg Herald cays: .
So it appears mat opaii-anburg. and
Jiuncombe . counties. . ' the big ' ana
. wealthy counties traversed by the road
from the low country to the, moun
tains are the ones that are making the
worst showing. Polk and Henderson
counties," the smaller counties, ,have
their portions of this road in good conr
dition, but "Spartanburg v and Bun
combe "are not on 1. the job as they
should be. We know this Is the case
in Spartanburg, but are somewhat, sur
prised to learn tnat.r iiuncomDe is
showing indifference at the other end
of the line. ,
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ON EVERY HEEL
I Mo Mo. SKepEerf :
FlMSHIMG
Any size Roll Developed for
. 10 cents -
Prints 3, 4 and 5 cents each
Headquarters of Souvenir Post Cards
The Home of Fine Stationery
" THE BOOK. STORE ?.
ome book m auppiy -w
Phone 86
Hendersonviile, N. C.
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. Why Not Buy a Bug that has
ality : Finish - 0
You are sure of all these when you buy a . :
" ASHEV :: ::
PLAIN TALK "ABOUT WHAT
PREACHERS SHOULD PREACH.
(Statesville Landmark.)
The preacher wiio preaches in be
half of common hoaerty and . tells
folks who don't pay theii debts thai
they are dishonest, is not only pro
claiming practical religion but the
genuine article" as well. Unfortunate
ly, there is too little of this sort of
preaching doubtless due to. the fact
that there are in .every congregation
people who neglect the payment of
debt 'and the preacher is afraid they
will be personally affronted ; and also
the further fact that some of the
preachers are. careless about such
matters and can't preach to others
what they don't practice themselves. -
All ..this is preliminary to mention
ing an incident in which Mr. Ham, an
evangelist who holds meetings about
the State, figured at New Berne. Mr.
Ham was going.? after the merchants
who sell "dope, drops" whatever they
are which he claims is worse than
liqupr, when a merchant wrote a let
ter to the New Berne Journal to the
effect that the merchants could afford
to quit selling "dope drops" of the
Church members would pay their
debts, and he cited one case where a
Church' member owed him $40. Mr
Ham answered that if the merchant
would give him the na:x.e of the delin
quent Church member he would sea
that he paid the bill, out of the Church.
Subsequent proceedings not reported,
but it is The Landmarks opinion that
Mr. Ham is taking on a bigger con
tract than he can carry out. --
The Asheville Citizen, reporting a
sermon of Rev. J. M. Bass in- North
Asheville Methodist church, the sub
ject being "Honesty," bad this para-,
graph: -
The speaker pointed put that re
ligion professed by a, person who
woudln't pay his debts was sham and
hypocrisy. He declared that people
would not have much faith in a man's
religion so long as he failed to meet
his obligations. t
And Mr. Bass was everlastingly,
right. Glory to the preachers who.
speak. plainly about the common sins
ot every day life. Sometimes it
takes . nerve, but it's the preacher.'s
duty and he fails if he sidesteps to
avoid tramping on somebody's toes,
fhe lack of nerve to talk plainly about
these . things has resulted in .many
wrongs becoming so common that they
almost, cease to be 'regarded
wrongs. Failure to pay debts, for in
stance, is a much greater wroag than
some of the things we hear vehementlv
denounced, and yet the deadbeat is so
common- that apparently, in many
cases, he neither loses standing in
Church nor. society.
MRS. HYDER'S POTATOES.
Mrs. D. E. Hycier of Blue - Ridge
township brought several bushels of
white hay top sweet potatoes to the
city last Friday Mrs. Hyder claim3
the distinction of being" the first for
several years to put potatoes on thn
market in Hendersonviile. Early po
tatoes are bringing fancy prices. Sho
states that trucking this season is fai
better than last year.
MAGNIFY HOME COMMUNITY:
(Henry W. Grady.) -n
rmt determined to magnify the
community in which your lot is cast.
Cultivate its small economies. Stand
by its. young industries.; Commercial
dependence is a chain that galls every
day. A factory built, at home, a book
published, a snoe or a pcok imu
these are steps in that diffusion of
thought and interest that is needed.
Teach your neighbors to withdraw
from the vassalage of distant capital
ists, and pay, under any sacrifice, the
mortgage, on the home or the land.
By simple and prudent lives, stay
.within your own resouces, and" estab
lish the freedom of your community
Make every : village and cross-roads,
as far as may be, sovereign to its own
wants.- Learn that thriving country
sides with room for limits, conscience;
and liberty are better than great cities
twitlfcongested wealth and population:
HENDERSON CO. ILLITERACY ;
RANKS 23RD IX THE STATE,
;' W.f C Crosby, " of the "state depart-
ment of education, recently sent to the
printers revised proofs : of his forth
oming bulletin on illiteracy in North
Carolina-and plans for combatting it.
Moonlight schools in the. fall will he
the means employed and teachers will
.volunteer for the . work. ; There are
50,000 adult white '-.voters', in. North
.Carolina; the bulletin Will show;. 132,
000 white illiterates 10 years and oldsr
and 156,000 illiterate negroes. -The : per
centage x of V white men pf . voting age
ranges ' from 3 per cent in New Han
over to. 26.9 in Stokes. 'Illiteracy-.!
most common in the mountain sec
tions, according to the ; bulletin," the
.percentagethere being 17, in the pied
mont 12 and in the eastern esction 13
an average of 14 per cent for the en
tire state. v i .'"-'
,: The state farmers union is contribu
ting money; and men itb the cause of
education, and other agencies pledged
to the work ' are the ' Junior Order ,
United American Mechanics,: the State
Press association, the State Teachers'
assembly the State Conferenc for So
cial Service the State Sunday School
association and the J State Federation
of Women's clubs. : : ;
The state superintendent of public
instruction will announce; detailed
plans in September for the moonlight
schools. ' . v - - .'
. The accompanying table shows how
the counties rank in percentage of
white . males of voting age : x -
Rank. Counties. Cent.
t . 1 New Hanover . ,
2 Mecklenburg. .
, v 3 Washington. . . .
. 4 Dare. . . . ;V . .
'5 Pasquotank. . " .
6 Rowan. ......
7 Craven. . . . . .
8 Vance ..;
9 Graham .. ..
9 . Iredell. . '.. . .
, 11 , Perquimans.. .
12 Richmond. ...
13 Guilford.. .. .
14 Durham.,
15 Pender. . . .
' 16 Bertie: . .... .
16-Buncombe. . ..
18 Halifax ..
19 Alamance. . . . ,
. 20 Moore. . . ..... .
21 Currituck. ...
22 Anson.. .. .
23 .Henderson. . . .
24 Alleghany.. ..
25 Orange... V. .
26 Wake..
27 Lee.. .. ..
28 Cabarrus. . . .
28. Forsyth.. .. ..
30 Hyde.. .. .. .
30 McDowell.. ..
30 , Transylvania.,
30 Warren. . .
' 34 Catawba. . . . ..
34 Pamlico. . .-. .
36 Cumberland... .
36 Wayne.V .V ; .v
38 Randolph. . . .
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Granville. ..
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Robeson . . -Rockingham,
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Harnett.. . . .
;' Chowan..
Hertford..,. .
Northampton. .
Davidson.. . .
Caswell,.
Pitt.. .. .. ..
; Brunswick.'.
Cleveland.
Carteret.. .. .
Lenoir . . . .
Onslow,
Jones.. ,u .
Polk. . .
i Rutherford:.
-Watauga.. '.
"Wilson. . . . .
, Macon .
Martin. . .. ..
Montgomery. . . .
Tyrrell....
Nash. .
-Stanly..
Alexander. ;
Jackson. . . '.
.Sampson. .
Ash', . 1 .- . .
Johnston.'.
Person. ..
Scotland . .
Gamden. . .
Duplin..
Swain . . ..
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Burke..
Caldwell.. '
Greene. . . .
Davie. .
Yadkin. ..
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Yancey.. ..
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; Roots, Herbs, Barb, Etc.
WANTED! .
We are in the market - f or. largot
quantities of: v - . -
' Beeswax, v
Lady Slipper Boot, " ' - --
Mayapple Root, '
, Sassafras : Bark of Boot,, Select
; Slippery Elm Bark of Tree,
Spikenaa-d Bool , ;
:,Sta Grass Boot, . -SfarBoot.
, '
Ye also buy all kinds of Barks, Es
sential Oils, Herbs, Leaves, Boots, ana
&c We pay cash upon receipt- of
goods. Write for skipping tags ant
any other information , that you de
sire.Price ' list mailed upon request"
Address : w - '
H. B. LATHBOP & CO, INC.
86 & 88 Iforth Lexington Avenue, .
;v ; "':-v-. " - " AshevUle, N.' C-
1 KILLED OUT OF 16,500,000.
Atlanta, Ga. More than sixteen and
a half million passengers a number
greater, than the combined population
Kof Virginia, North Carolina, South
Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Tennes
see and Kentucky were transported
by Southern Railway during the yeaH
ended June 30 with only one fatal in
jury to a passenger wliile on a train
and that one vwas standing on a car
platform Mn direct violation of the
companys rules.. ' ' : ; ' : .
r ,Of thia great number of passengers,
'not one was killed in, a train accident, j
THE KOBTH CAEOLDTA
COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AKD
MECHANIC ARTS:;.
Young men seeking to equip them-
selves, for practical life in Agriculture
and all its. Allied branches in Civil, 7
Electrical and Mechanical Engineer
ing; in Chemistry and Dyeing; in Tex- '
tile Industry and - in , Agricultural "
Teaching will fiiyl excellent provision
for their chpsen careers at the State's
Industrial College. This College ' fits
men for-life. . Faculty for the coming
year of 65 men; 767 students; 25 build
ings. Admirably equipped laborato
ries in each department. County ex- -
aminations at each county-seat on July .
Sth. : . . " j
fy For catalogue twrite ' .' ;,-M "
' , E. B. OWEN, Registrar,"
7-l-7tD West'Raleigh, N. C
Reward to any party, who can furn
ish sufficient evidence to convict the
parties who mutilated my bull on . the
Stone place. EtowanN, C."
715.tfs
K. G. WHISTLER.
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niioir
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Are Always Welcomed at
- Qf Hendersonviile, Nt C
Old Bank :
The
Strong Bank
The
Liberal
Bank
Capital A9 $l2SfiW'
Small Checking Accounts Solicited
as well as the Large ones.
BliG.aSllRiCEi REH
ESTATE
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W. Ji DAVIS, President
P.P.. PATTON, Vice-President
Officers: ';.:, .'v:;;
. J. MACK RHODES; Cashier -
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