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"'TO 1 '-y 111- Ls - f andv crenel' J "fcr.d: .Huctlai1 VOL XXI 1. NO 30 HENDERSONVILLE; N. C 'THURSDAY. AUGUST 5, ID15 I 01.00 PER TEAR; IU . ADVATX- coNTAzr:. ,-'"-..'-- S " . - .-'.'.-''r: V . .. -..; " - , - ,; M ' . - : : ' - v6 . ; v ' ----- . " : : - - -- - . -- . - - . . - - . --r- - -- - .. . . -X fc ii Ji l ,e "sat- ii Beal. ST. JOHN HOTEL OWNERSHIP CHA NGES ; JOHN ORB SELLS J. H. JOB PAN FARM AND DAIBYj U.GL STATON BUYS ROCK BUILDING; T. 3L PERDEW PURCHASES LAKE OSCEOLA i HOTEL INVEST. - HENTS AGGREGATE IIANT THOUSAND DOLLARS; THE REAL ESTATE 2IAHKET: BOOMING. - t: The real estate market of - Hender souville for the last few-days has been marked with unusual activity as a re suit of which thousands ot. dollars in property have changed ". hands, - the properties including the. St John hotel tlie Osceola Lake' hbtet, the John L. Orr farm, the U. G. Staton rock build ing, the Chenoweth farm and the Brit tain and Sitton dairies.? jf-. Bnys Hotel, Farm and. DaWesu i l R D. Waring of Orlando; Fla,.-;haa purchased the St. " John ".hoter - from Haynesworth and Milford of Green ville, S. C, and the John L. Orr. farm, including the dairy. He also; bought thp Brittain dairy near Naples. : The properties taken over by; Mr. Waring represents an Investment : of approxi mately $60,000, the deals being nego tiated by U. G. Staton, with F. Pat ton representing Mr. Orr ; In the trans action. ' - . H n;.-r' ;V-"J Osceola Hotel Sold. .' W. M. Perdew of Greensboro "has purchased from J. H. Jordan and.P,P. St. John Patton the Osceola-Lake hotel, vwhich" overlooks Lake Osceola He is run ning the hotel and there is a probabili ty that it will be converted into a club. 3Ir. Staton Buys Rock BnHdin& U. G. Staton has bought the rock building sold last September by hinf to to Mr. Williams. of Philadelphia, the consideration being $16,000. The build ing is occupied by H. Patterson. ' Mr. Staton has also sold his Cheno weth farm adjoining the Haynes place to Mr. Williams of Phladelphia, the farm consisting of forty acres. St. John Management Continued. ' Messrs. Green & Ramsey, who hold a lease on the SL John, hotel, will con- Osceola tinue to run it. It ;is nnderetood. that Mr. Waring will improve the property and make the storerooms on the ; flrat flood among the most modern Iri Heh dcrsonville. .-. 1 - ... ' .. '.- The exchange of the propertied de scribed above mark an important- epoch in real estate transactions In Hender sonviiie and vicinity and the announce ment of these exchanges will be receiv ed with interest by the public. . . rne community will be interested to Know that Mr. Waring intends making endersonvIlle his summer home. His connections here - and in ."Southern states will doubtless be-the means-pf MORE OFFICERS NEEDED.. (Charleston News & Courier.) eJe of jthe most impressive lessons the war, and one that should mean B fod deal to this country now that aeriTiit4 .. - . . - ; viaus ior tne . creation or a aetatitary reserve are being form- ted, is the vital necessity of an abundant supplv of officers. There' is as nrvt f -m - ! rV..7 " itjseii eiuuarritsBeu vy r sbortage of officers. This has been the j J.!? even in the splendidly efficient "itary machines pf Germany and I " J -r :-.;."' jrfAJv .;-" V: - . - v . . ". ..v i, ' - . " - ". '!-":-- .. . N" . . - ? ' ,-:v- ". '.'- -.-.:.., ---.. . e it f :-,x ' . - - , r ; i. : --- r " T ., r'-"-i--: i , 1 I " . t i i . - " . t- -T- - interesting a number of his friends in Hendersori .county property, - It: is announced that MriWaring.wiil conduct- both of his dairies and ' that Mr. Sittons services- have-been: secur ed for the -Wyinoak dairy; ; v;ri;ii-s ;;V 'MrT Waring's family is in Hender sonvilleand will , make the handsome John U Orr building on the J. :H. Jor dan 4ana their summer ;home.: fr C. - M. Fuller, who. "has been occupying . the Orr house; moves" to - Mr.Orr'sh6me on Hebron;; street '? and Mr.Orr 'and family will :move into another : of his cottages : . - ; - . : : . . s ' : 'A The original Jordan" farm 'has been sold to three parties by Mrli Orr, Mr.1 Balrd ol Asbeville purchasing a por tion; of lt, Mr-Scutter another section, with Mr. Waring, the latest purchaser, taking over, the remainder: . - : - ' For sometime Mr. Waring has been giving considerable attention to pur chasing an dimproving hotels. He is now running the leading hotel in San ford, Fla. Mr.-Waring has formed a partnership , business with - Mr. Staton HoteL' andtheyiwill conduct offices t In Hen dersonville," Atlanta .ind. Orlando and make -a specialty of buying, improving and exchanging real estate. Swings Bi Deals. i ." Mr. Staton estimates that during the past few months he ias handled Hen derson county property to. the value of about $140,000 This with Georgia and Florida real estate handled by him1 ag-J gregates$400,000.- During the past year or two he has invested heavily in Florida property valued at- about $185,000. He recently purchased a 880 acre stock farm in Gilmer county, Ga., about ity Trifles from Atlanta, the consideration being $20,000. The farm is stocked-With Angora ;oats, sheep, HoteL hcgseattle, mules aisa horses and has some of the finest "marble to be found in Georgia.' : v:;i t' .v A more' recent pieee of property bought by Mr. Staton Is the old home of Judge Ansley In Atlanta, which is a cdncrete'resldence with sixteen .room3. beautifully situated on three, acres of ground . in the city, representing an investment of $35,000. :,":'- - " ; :! - Mr. Staton. has sold the ErcIIdoune plantation; whicht is one of the finest on the east coast of Florida, r The consideration-was .$60,000. The plantation included a hotel, several ' dwellings, five! orange", groves and - three artesian wells- France and it has beenTmoreobvipusly true in the armies of Russia and of Great Britaln.. The experience of Britain Is of most interest to this coun trr" because e militaryisituatioaipf Britain most closely paraneis uiut . . iv Qf that of til this ; country : and afelt ftevtrle tJ most keenly the ladt or if .this country rt-nfrrtTited4)y the necessi u. co i hp '-field; iaCK putting a4arge torJg Srtalnly ge of trained officers would certainly, gx us trouble. " vr- . 4 Z1. - . - 1 , - ,.. "... ...... - .,- , T .c . DIES WITH : WIFE'S PICTUREi i-r V : iKned over hisI iifiiiiT. Charles - Becker Walks ;to Hist Dooca : With Firm' Treads"! aln Innocent" --V is, His Last Message. -j-v Slng.Sing .Prison, JOssiningN. T., tily 30.--Charles,Becker.paid the" death penlaty by electrocution here -esrly today- for 4 having instigated the- murfi ? r of Herman Rosenthal gambler-' thr years ago. With wonderful ccrapcsv " and maintaining his innocence - to t ? last the former. New York -police li tenant, lead the way. to the . exccut: n chamber.;; Aiphotograph-. of . bisi'v." was hi nned "bri his shirt over hia her t. I Three shocks -were ' given before i " ptison: physician ' pronouncea: iiie tinct at 5:55 o'clock." : ?r.v . .With-twoplri'ests'at'hls sideShant: 1 a litany, Becker joining in and-jept-t-ing: "Have " mercy on ' us,' th& c a demned - man -walked steadily to t.a death chair. He had sat us all ni 'it on, the edge of his cot, talking; to puty Warden Charles "H. Johnson: ' , MI have got to face it, anyway an 1 I am going to meet it quietly -and-without trouble to any one' ; Vf - ; The deputy warden . left Becker about an hour before the time 'for! the execution. When Father Cashin, "pris on priest, and Father Curry, of New York, came, they found the prisoner with his face resting on his handi gaz ing at the prison floor. They remain ; ed with. him to the end. To -j Father Curry, he gave his last message w.hi.ch was:; : ; f' ;.5:"i- - M am not guiltyj by deed or jconspir acy, or in" any other rway of tlie death of Rosenthal. I am sacrificed to my friends.' Bear this t message" t? the wprldand;xhy;fTlendi;Amen..ri ' He ihesitated atinoment! as hi e: r-eile,teietfQn:i-roorti 1" . M quickly at thedoiible row of witoteaesT glanced at the floor; 1 then suddenly, walked over the rubber'mat. and seat ed, himself .in' the. electric chair. i-ZThree shocks were -given before the condemned "man-was pronounced dead. He was put-to death by the state execu tioner,- whose name is unknown to the public. He said that In his opinion Becker had died Instantly at ;the first contact " ' : - ., : - ' At 4:30 o'clock he had given the fol lowing type written statement as his dying declaration, signed in his own bold "handwriting. "My Dying Declaration." 4 "Gentlemen:" , - ' "I stand before you in my full senses, knowirfg that no power on earth can save me from the grave that Is to receive me. In the face, of that In" the teeth: of those who condemned me and in the presence of my God and your God, I proclaim my absolute in nocence of the crime for which I must die. You are now to witness my de-: struction by the state which is organ ized to protect the lives of the Inno-. cent. May Almighty God pardon every one who has contributed, in any degree tomy untimely death, And now, on the brink of my.grave,-I declare to the world that. I. am" proud to. have; been the husband of the purest, noblest wo man that ever lived Helen Becker. This announcement "Is the, only legacy I can ' leave her. 1 bid . jxra all good bye." Father, I am ready to go. Amen.'! (Signed ) "CHARLES BECKER." ; . .THE FACTS WE FACE. .; -', tjCCoiumbia StateX: : " . The preparation by the Secretary of War and the Secretary of the. Navy of reports about the national defense do not imply the beginning or the certain ty of war. . To sayT. that It Is without more than comniac significance at uus time Is to shut oat's eyes to facts.- -. - From Berlin comes no utterance in dicative of compliance with the Amer ican demands - - for the ' security of Americans from- attack- on the high seas and from the : seas come no tid ings that reassure the United States in respect of it. ' . The United States has not Injured a German in person or property. The United States has not deviated from the rules that govern neutral nations In their Intercourse with f belligerents. The - United States covets nothing that flermanv has and cherishes no grudge against, the. German people: That the dthe captains of Industry have been Unlled States will make war on Geriscoliraged they iave said" the :?wbrds 4 many there-; is neither . prospect nor ; that brought new; hope and, courage, possibility. V ; : VuV ,al1 dthe fight bigger thingshas - Meantime the " relationship of . this i gone on. : r - ::.- : - country- to distracted Mexico increases . . Possibly it-might have - been abetter daUy in gravity and the fact: of long ,for,Mr. Edison to take on no new bur- - J.U..Hxnls"rlit cnifi liana' fnv naidlnAvafliAii ViqW f Tl nia, e a' inaction- ana -.lorucatauvo .v -rtv premise that justmes- mierence iuai ms ; laoors mignr nave meant mat ne ftctjn the mystery deeper, an our country will not soon be involved j would bave been -spared" to the. nation !opinlm- haiB Deen given that Thompsor. with that self-stricken republic.. , tot a longer term of usefulness.. But f mnd ; Wa men wentx determined to tak ; . War is not inevitable, but,-jfjt the woman at his side knows him and Hfe of Mins and Carter.' .nnp it will be a serious war. . At the the extent of his endurance.better than . tt-.- t1a SncSereV llttleuponj which.tOj he knows himself.. Her approval of ClhyHaTe eirawc. build r a hope of peace unless wilfully I hie acceptance is: an assurance to the Some of. those involved In the shoot V lenore what is taking place In the nation that he has made a wise as well ing were mixed up In a gambling cas world aborit us. - I as- patriotic decision. . " in. Hendersonville recently anditli' !DEES0NVILLE , CHAUTAUQUA J rORVTHEEE DATS THIS WEEK. I st Perfornanco Given , Wednesday, Twelve In All : Will Last Throcjli :' : Friday, of This Week, 1 - , ." i.f' .. . :.t : I, v . Arrangements", have been , perfected for.-, the" Chautauqua' to be given Under the big tent on Main treet this week. . Twelve. performancesrwill be given: Afternoon' .and - night, pre jrams - have been .arranged andseaatickets:;as well; as those forsiiigle performances have been SA.yCrf- - :C-Jl " - ' I The Chautauqua 'is being given un- C2r the .auspices of -the Greater Hen dersonville crab, The.' funds'- have bsen guaranteed '-so as to afford for visitors and v homev; peojle- Vsome excellent amusements of a whblesorae nature. ; The .performances will: be given by the Radcliffe ; agency "of - Washington; A. .C; and are recommended as : being extra- good -fiyi:.; ' tx --'i" -p .VThe-Democrat i has for: ie psstt'' weeks gtvca a description c r.ctrs to appear ratr!" It U exj;-.;. . . talnmer.t-wili be" I both" 1 "oorl Z:'- " ' f MORNi::a. r 10. ;50; O'clock" Farmers InsUtute. Addresses' by- County State "and Na tionar Farm Experts -1.' ' . - -:-:'!' :-AFTERNOON. i"-u? - 3 : 00 O'clock Lecture, "The New Ag riculture,1' by Dr. Frank B.' Vroomaiu 4; 00 O'clock Concert by the Bessie Leigh Concert Company. -"; - '-:-J ' ;-""- EVENING. . --x -r 8:15 O'clock Concert "and Entertain ment by the Bessie Leigh Company, "9: 00, O'clock Lecture,; ."Armageddon and After," a Story: of ths Great War. by Dr. Frank B. Vrooman. - - . Second . Day Educational Day. - - MORNING. . . 10 : 30 v O'clock Educational Rally. Addresses by Local, State and Nation - al Educational Leaders. -, ;;:': -AFTERNOON. 3:00 O'clock Forty-Five Minutes of - td' Magic with the Mysterious"' Fun and Mllburns. 3:45 O'clock Impersonations, Stories Recitations, Grave and Gay; by Charles 1 qo ii, nanford, the famous actor, EVENING. .celebrated tragedian. Third Day Town .Boosters' -Dayand Neighborhood Picnic ;-"'". -: MORNING-: . "The Old Home Town," by City; State and National Leaders. (Air citizens aic IC14UCBICU w ituB6 lucit.yiaucB ui business and unite In boosting our town on this day.) ; AFTERNOON. - : 2:00 O'clock Grand Concert bv the Lyric Glee Club. . - : 3 : 45 O'clock. Lecture, ;"vlslons and Ideals." by Dr. J.,W. Frizzell, Chau tauqua Director. , - r " -" r.- - EVENING. 8:15 O'clock Lecture, "Some Twen tieth Centuryv Problems." . by Dr. J. W. Frizzell. ; - " , .- -...'-' : :00 O'clock Concert and Entertain ment by the Lyric Glee Club. ' . PATRIOTIC WOMEN. Every, Nation Owes Debt to Fighters : - of. the Quiet lght. -;. - v : :c: y (Washington Post.) : : , - : When Mrs.. Thomas - A ;: Edison: fir learned that her distinguished husband had been asked to serve oh the advis or jboard of inventors and scientists w w np-joiuicu uy . octreiary xameis j sbe decided to prevent his acceptance.1 When she learned that his work wniild When she learned that his work would 1 ja i s 4.1 j. a . a it. ue auvisury ana uiai ae couia siana me , additional, strain she gave her consent.! The . incident accentuates, the debt i: in at every nauon. owes; m. its women.J Much- is beard- of the "women who: cause men . to-wreck their lives. Much as ucai u ui iuubc jvuu are invoious I and extravagant. Little is known however, of the vast majority, of wo- men to whom menowe: their salvation and the greatness of .their careers. :" The Ideals of the youth of the couri try are formed, of course, by women. Tbey lay, the ' structure of education, intelligence r and '. high ideals upon which great nations are founded. But more" than that, they are the creiCit single influence in ' the lives of most great men. .'- : -.. . - In the qulet of the sitting roomaway from the jaundiced view that so fre quently comes from personal contact .with men and ; affairs, women have . given the advice that has made nations j stronger and finer "and better.. In the j moments - when statesmen, financiers ; o- . - i r:1S OV3Ck'2r2ci"al IUu - 3 tndI 'orrital-- An operation'showed that eQnal to 14UU.ull0 'which PreiUditatorfareiiriijec'i 11,3; 1-3. :rs: v r-n runctured in stcc- T'- ' 1, rr tc-ontL Mysterious Mllburns. -V. .sevcarl-x' xH ---1- c cL: ' .- T11 l'cca at:3 t- ,9r00 O'clock'' Grand T Scenes Zirqmsi-ere- txj; iicaTjftutxfetci OfcoLi "ith ;0L'12CC:'C--Shakespeare's' Comedies - arid Trage-tnopes tor his recovery are, nqw Renter? tba-fe :nt?i;icp tave:not n in t i fl r liWIlS:illlli:liii ED 2nLLS CRITICALLY W0U3TDED "XKD ALBERT THOin'SOX SLIGIIT , -XY INJURED AIKEN 3HTCHELL;;RISS WOODFIN, S. G.' LEONARD 'j 'AND ALBERT TIIOJIPSONOI PRIS ONED ?AS RESULT OF .T:SnOOTINGDNBSDAY;i GHTf-ilOTIYE" IS imKNOWN " irrr BUT GAlffi , Henderson villeT experienced - an unZ usual sensation that -( is shrouded in: mystery last Wnesdaynightwhen four ' persons approached: the home or AAl Carter on South Main- street and one or more began firing as a result of which Ed3iiUa of Atlanta suffered.se- ridus'vrounds and AlbertThorapson of. -rg get in excaanse a snot aoulder lromthe-t-wlnddw5oi:: org gst in efchanse; a shot in eond floor of the Carter home, -rc f who ls :-5m tnw e to' rhysiclans and officersere;cailed,l:en med up to weredressed. arrests made andgSf i v. Pre mshed to th& hbsoital : and when th3:news spread up town:pDleiAn r7af5uineH nam grouped themselves aiidbegaii askmgi Ifl while? hr-the shootlngr -Theuestionro? hhPiT&nn Ws has Sot been -answered i&rltottTy. VS5?- Smito and while Chief of Police Otis -Powers ' arrestldof 0werft ant5 says he can't answer It officially he and- neySJ P05llfsr attor- the other officers keep hope that: themystery as to why, the J tiyl-? mysteJT fihoothiff occurred wni be" elearly : re-; vfCff:1 cers so hereafter vealed.' - - . - ' - - Aihert-Tnomnson. AiKen jvutcneu. Albert Thompson, Aiken .Mitchell, S. - G. Leonard and Cris?-Woodfin of Ashe- , t,A - wni vine are said to have" emnlOved WilUr.l"8 ve,T n worked ' r - Jackson fo bring the party to Henderr -th and sonvillein the , latter'sbarhlchy be. Rtnnned In - f ront of the" -Citizens, Na-' tinnai hank. .The ncnunants. excentme 1 .ykr, rp tn4 ftf-about 9 o'clock to the Francis residence 'on 1 South Main, occupiedJby A A. .Carter and family ot New York.. Mt. Carter i was called for and it is saiaanat wnen. t Mills, who was visiting at .thVGarterr.if JiS Whiskey, trade. . Alcohof 1st. H6me,:alledfor- of .! 1 11. -i. i- nrea on mills, xuree nmya.i- turn Is" said to have, fired three :shots from his room upstairs ..at Thompsorj tus rrom ms room -upstairs-ai -1 nompBorj t f One shot took effect in the left should- es'er - - - - - " r .es' rr.'., - ' v V" - ::.i - - Mills-was. seriously woundedj an 1 a: wne eph nns v t w( in itn m i . j v ' boenrshot In the-, stomach.,. Oucera xcrUo rallA1 nnfl Mi1Uw5i talrpn'tn. thp : Four" Men Han When the :snotswere made-from .in. the yard made a hasty : retreat and tux? muuuw wu wb esvyuu Hw. v"yH"v" that Thompson and Leonard had gain- eC entrance- to - the home of Charles j ciuxiiisa. uu uic ujjueiic oiuc ' street. - -ThomDSon s - wounds werv. j dressed by a physician anda" buet r as removed fromhis body ai.?r wh.n ' he was taken to the hos pitai and places Iice until S-n- under the guard of . police . . j.. r: .'.- . I- - . - Wi.- T . -Si- - - . - . . -T wj. : day, when his condition warranted his : rca jhe past fifteen years win h -being taken to the county jail.. - opened and put into operation.''--. . : ; Two Arrested in Ashefiile; irPfstian: Advocated - Q ; Chief Powers gained informal ;-.f : - " - - to Woodfin and Mitchell and soon' Cif AMERCAN RED CROSS nnprnoi ' - ' D0f ol :n A riowill AKnnr 3' ' AND MTTDQWCT " JrSJj 1 Wild were arrested in Asnevnie. adoui o o'clock In the morning Chief Powers and Tax Collector J. W. McCarson brought them back to Hendersonville They were: placed In the "county jail; where Xeonard had been taken in the meantime.- -: - r -r: -f .-. Hat and Pistol LostiT. A straw hat arid a 32; u: S. pistol with one empty chamber, was found . inthe Carter yard. Thompson,.; ItIs said. claimed lie ' fired-, three : times,: with a Smith & Wesson- gun, which has - not been found, but .which Thompson is paji to have StatedT Was leii m tnc yard... Leonard' had no gun on him ik ; iov'oti n rhrira hv- tha nfflMala; when taken in charge by the officials, - . - . V-"- - - ' but sufficient time had elapsed lor mm to diSoose of it before arrest. Woodfin i Kaid to have claimed . ownership - of- 1 thk 4ia thatwas : lef T in the : Carter h -"hat rthat- was vardrr :v :"" " irL -4 v - ' :;,,:: -".' : ;"i - Walk to Carter Home, j " Walk to Carter Home. T x mere was a perawieav , reyurw mc the men rode to .the Carter home: in -t. fH,'(Af Pnw .alii. ethat after the men:ij?5,526; .:Pttland,-nr12?g?if'-in front of the bank, Russia, nine-shipments -Imtifl- left the .machine the chauffer took it to the garage on South Main, where Woodfin and Mitch ell are said to have entered it after the shooting. - -. . "; "' '''. -': -;. : ' .- -: Carter Couldn't Identify Men. .When Carter was ., admitted to the jail for the purpose, of identifying Leonard, Woodfin and . Mitchell he could not recognize any of the boys. Mills is said to have known all those in the party except Leonard; The dep osition of Mills, which: was taken on the morning afterthe shooting; is said to, have shed no light on the situation sofar as showing a -motive fort the shooting -?l-v- -i -Jr '"-r-if.. -3-r Greeting Was Frferidly. Thompson upon approaching v' the Carter - home is said to have greeted Min8 m a friendly -manner and asked . carter then fired on - Mills withoui - J - : - - L further cTcnanee oiworas. im r r " r -r. .', 77E rir" Ii j shootlng-uld have' been 1 ol this ; trouble or some differences oZ 0 K? X& " - C-Tf; . Amonge attorneys who havebec consulting the defendants - are Spe-n Z7nolia and cus Erwln of Ashe--" ville. Gray: Calhrp.th- f qov-- ijnd 6 rorrTT lr 4 7-" vi,i auu YI1IH.V A : i vn A - . w ?"criil raKe as WiCI D- - W 1 1 I DO . I AO 3 tM..1J A J -" X wupmiauon. except .in cases where attnmoa a -u-k -n- - . uvwi.; i . Hendersomn - f "euaersonvuie is .very I a ir-IIIIH rHMTlTTl I A mm - " - . r T -est. T'TTm -wr tc. .- .-, f??4"'fH A. WsTO THE , WHISKEY -business;. . cn;. : -:'. 7T ; . . -r ' ; ".i0,3,." .r.emarI r-" me war is i. -KeiesS DOWflpr nTi?-rV. : sxitLers frrim fK "reaseJ :ne Pwder fact ! priie nave enabled "th .DI Vhf arT:.-"u.ex:iactorie3 for- CpirfH: avmint 1 S?mj?any- to ' re 5 ymen.V? divldends.- "The - dend this-cornnanv i,o-J istilleries resume the? last divi- paid -was in. ; nir rSV t d l was'bt for ono- - T, .UU. J:1C "as -COW, accumulated" . . - . ' uai wrq ..tin "I i"i.-A -w "HOiiieas,-Dut their- vHf&UyeaarandHtfsrVhat nart " om J. indicated; in the ' rtiTtPwIl-JlSS:??. - r''". PClty Is noW'lullv ta-rf" 4 to meet orders; paracuiarifn; management is about to c!os tract involvinB- lfinnn nnn con- -"wuw ior . 1 WO Companies " Wh f W prODaDIV nub - . ' "rf is. lime to : be contracted " i- . ,1 01 me totar vol- the, requirements of this contrn.V - Plants at Pekin, 111., and Terrp HantT ' '.Ird., both of which SavhS ?ute: : - y:." -yux2 withdrawn need existsmay- be Sn5r reatest I sanitary conrmfTrt ' fle- Serbian: rSf!? aQd other .work. - g0 wJ ; available Th? .Se contributlons are Iected in ftn tl siieraz Jund Col- - to cJJJSJ tfed States, amounting 1 . 'T'00 WU, will be exhanaf n i. 1st. ': - - v. wmi- - ; r4 u"gereni countries .v Aus Talue, $S7.:a- " Dme. Iahd3 : France, 2 tff1- .8niPmets, 196,708 s En , Germany. -refhf- :J216'155: ; eignt ; 182,795; Italy, two sWDment -If-" 5fcl4.4K1 nrli..: B"1PmntSr VaiUSi, oia, eight shipments: nJiZt ythe : work of cleaning7 ud Serhk the Bed Cross has wA uItS. 4.vvo gallons i of kerosene oil n Ofho of cholera vaccine, whitewash, wash, brushes. 70 bath tubs, 50 step Udders, and -12 automobile trucks. . : TRY EM FOR ICENT V 5 (Brevard News.)'- t r The, editor of. the News would III a. suggestion from some friend as tJ how:to 4eal ..with a few, stingy; "cuses" who sayr-theyioannot afford scribe; to theNews. yet have the nerve ana. gall -to come .into the office "from week o week" and deliberately carry away a copy, of the paper without D rmichas a thank you. , These sania men would hardly dare : to go into a EierchantV place of business and try the same thing, and yet we feel sure? they have, intelligence - enough to knov that the papers we print are our etoclr in trade, just as the merchant's goo When broad hints are -ignored what I a person to do in a case like that?