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XDir.TniCT. DR. W. P. TIiCKElI Ofica Over Hunter 'nil -,m- cj 1 Hendcrsonville. 17. 0. . DR. E. A: McM ILL AN '; (Successor ''to Dr. W.; Tv VTallaca.U ; DENTIST - CSce: Burckmyer Building, 4UxT Ava. Phone 442r 7; - ' Hendersonvllle. 'N. C. - A. H. MOREY DENTIST Morey Buildin g PHONE 60 ;; ;; : : "V"f V DR: EHRINGHAUS Dentist.'' -r" Office over J. O.' Williams, r HENDERSONVILXiE. N. CL Dr. W.H. VcUidsr Iiadia DENTIST Holmes building over Maxwell Cash grocery ?M Phone 351 3 Mrs. LETITIA TERTREES PULL2IAH Christian Science Practitioner. Hendersonville, N." C. -Edneyville Road. It- P. D. No. 1. Roots, Herbs, WANTEDS We are in the market Xor-Iaigt quantities of: " - - Beeswax, 9 ;J ' Lady Slipper Root, Majapple Root, Sassafras Bark of Root, 08lKt Bright. ,J Slippery Elm Bark of Tree, ' Spikenard Root, Star Grass Root, Star Root. : YTE ALSO BUY ALL KLTOS OF Barks Herbs, Leaves, Roots, and &c We pay cash yion receipt .of goods. Write for shipping ..tes ani any other information r that yon e sire. . . Price list mailed upon requ est. Address - 1 -i-- ;"" H. R. LATHROP & CO, LNC. 86 & SS North Lexington ATenne. AshTflle,'tf. C WHY not give our Jotf the same training? MWlenI waaftsrowiiisUd,a!&jeuBe ;. npoa many word in any redii?aat I did not nndentaad. my mei&crji tn stead of tiring- me the dgflnttJUm wliea I applied to her, nBlforml74wst-sie.t the dlctionuy to learn lmadlmdhi way I gradually learned -'uuuMIdaa . besides the meanlnf oftkaJndlrUteal ' word In qnestion amogV ot&er.ft tng . how to use a dlctionary,rAnd thereat pleasure and adTantagtt&cre taiffet . be la the nae of the )dietlaary. Afterwards, when I went ttethe Triage ; -school, my chief dirersion. after lea-. v : , sons were learned and. before they were recited, was in tornins orer the '; pages of the. 'Unabridged '.of those , . days. Now the moat modern Una- . bridsed-theNEW INTERNATIONAL sires me a pleasure of the same sort. So far as my knowledge emnds. it I at present the beet of the one-Yolume dictionaries, end aite-anfilcient, for all ordinary uses. - Eren those -who possess the splendid dictionaries . In sereral volames will yet find Ita great . eonrenience to bare this. wWcjlso -compact, so full, and se- Lruslwor liy . as to leave,' jn most eases Uttle to le ' deired.M-AIbertS.Cook.PM-LLJ-. Professor ef the FngTJsT I ejagnega an4 : Literature. Tale Unir. Aprfl'lS.Ull. ; - SSHBBBsaWsBBBsMEMHsaWBsWB WaiTB tepMlsmrffM.nitrat!iuure ' ' of wsssra's Bzwniicxai. ;;xiaT G. & G ilEREEAiOMlllr, For Orer 68 Years Fntllshera ef The Genuine Webster Dictionaries, SPRINGrTELn. IIASS U. S. A. WEAKJIUIIGjCIIILO'' Made Strong Delicious Vpcl I Lakeport, N. H. Our Uttle girl 8 ; years of age was in, a debilitated, rtn--cown condition and had a stubborn cough so she was weak and ailing all e time. Nothing helped her until Fe tried VinoL Then her appetite increased and she is strong and welL and I wish other parents of weak, delicate children would try VinoL" Geo. A. Collins. ' " - r- This is because Vinol contains the wssue building, strengthening cod liver, c'fcrients the tonic iron which a wealr drun-down system needs. -. -V Rrirlrc THE BOY'S .PART' --, t V ... " IN THE GREAT GAME J Boys, you' are most energetic beings in the world. Thoughtless older ple call you laiy, sometimes; but they uo not.understand.YoureVot a bit lazy. - You -aire all afire with' eagerness uame of lire. - - 4, -. .. -.You ..country boys may think you are standing here on .the Edge d Things. that ypu are only, distant spectators of tte contest which the strong and 'the -lucky are waging. You are impati ently waitings for a chance to jumn in aud try your mettles . " , .- Why,you are; right in the" Heart of lmngs, already.- Those shouts that you. hear are jast echoes of the battle cry at your elbows Get in the game" At - this y moment ;it is raging with breathless intensity ;: all around yof Your : comrades are ;. calling, : The strong and the-lucky everywhere are your : oipoa : orothers: ' Indeed, , your selves are ; the very giants- and star QrGame.0; ' vLook jaroundycm,:boys! Tttere'arr a nunared things Jor jrou to do; ' brave and beautiful things. . There are worn but acres to be.renewed, good roads to be built, trees' ta be planned, ner meth ods; of cropping arid new breeds pf live stock to be introduced. - , : Or if; your aspirations be high'er if you wan tt tor reach ' the souls : pf men instead of. vtheir material - cojnforts. whylook around youhce more 1 . Are thjere. not Jiwngfi Jtq ,9?t -TighV.dro uve sana dun minds to be illuminated, teara ta wipe away. causes to pleadi gospels to preach? - A hundred things to do? Yes. a. thousand, and every one a man-sized Job.. ; i ; .... ' Ypu cannot dojtheia alUand youoan not do them alone.:. But " when your work is selected you will find; a mul titude of .willing hands-to h4lp. . The whole world has heard' the call to ser-? vice. "The greatest happiness life holds' Is comradeship in unselfish devotion to the common, welfare. ,.Thfs:may sound preachy but" iris the homely, practi cal -truth iThe ancient curse of country life was its loneliness." The farmer " plowed alone, and marketed alone. He was i solitary individual long after city men had learned to move in groups ; there: fore he suffered at their hands. He paid the penalty of standing alone. . . But it is a great thing for you, boys, that your fathers "stood thus alone against the world. Standing alor.e mare them strong and you have inher ited that - strength. You,, too; are strong. You can always more thai hold your own in competition with the city men on their own ground as your fath ers who .went to the cities always held their own. ' " " - ' :. 1 7 - 1 But you boys on the farm no longer stand alone. The marvelous machines of the age have tied you to thef ;eitv; have tied the city man to -you. The scene has. shifted as the play ground of the world enlarged. You are no longer oh the side lines, but in the very. vortex of the . Great Game .of Life. You - v We quote irom Cedar : brandr 2 o: : 1 MimS JD) ;11 . . . ..: - .. , .... .. 1 ...... - f a iliir .V a Write us about 'Transfer Brand Hendersonville, N. C" have, onlyv to stretch out-your Land3 and every good-thing the city nlds ia yours : eyen - that Comradeship- whlcii kne has been the lack of country life Farm Life. - - . ; . - MEDICAL SCHOOL, INSPECTION " '" -...--....-.. - . - -, "t",; More Counties Make Application for .Tv : . Medical Inspection of Schools. L : i t Northampton and Edgecombe are the next, counties to join Alamance in pro viding medical . school inspection for all'. their white .schools v during- the coming winter. They have accepted the proposition of the State Board of Health wherein the latter for the' sum of $10' for every-white school is to conduct a medical inspection or exam ination of all their school children thia winter. r. -. - (- ;This work will be in" the hands" v-of specially7 trained physicians who, will Visit' the . schools bn appointed days "to be known and observed as Health! Day3. jpesiaes examining all the. chDdren'lOr physical defects the7specialistc will leo- ture the 'school,' the parents and the invited iCommuhltr on" ImbortAnt healto subjects either at-night or "appointed hours. ,-In fact, the whole' day is ;td bf, given oyer , to the jexaminatlon of the. children and the study Cof , health mai-! ters.-.-'.'-.-''-v' i.-."-::j-:H' j Wnat is probably the gtrongestMlhlr In le ' medical inspection:- system is1 known as the follow-up method.' ;: A re4 cord or eyerr fcxamlnatlon - madei with the address of the child and the child's parents., J7J11 be, filled; with.the ;State defects have .been ti eated or remedied does the board release Its responsibili ty. In this matttr. ' The work will begin in November ir: Alamance county,- but not unfii : De cember or probably January ; will be work begin in the other counties. '' UJTS AtLISOlfi TELL A PARKER V -ifOT. GUILTY OF The 1 MURDER. Acquitted f Charge of Horderin jp ; Jto. :Liaytojr at jfeiwose jver -:xear t'Ago ;.. Three' -Trials. Wave Allison and Yella Parker, Transylvania county hoys, Kere. ac quitted .of the charge of the murder of Jim W. Clayton of the same county, by a Henderson county grand Jury Satur day after a deliberation of nearly thirty, hours. V V ' r J The body of Clayton was found In the French Broad river near Penrose on the Sunday morning of September 13, 1914. Atrfirgt a negro-family was charged with the killing, but they wem acquitted and the ; white boys were placed In jail and this was their third trial .having stood two in Transylva nia county, these resulting In a mis trial. . v; Susie Williams, a colored girl, was the principal .witness ; against -the de fendants. She said that she was? in company with the white boys In a fieW on Saturday night and thatJone d them; proposed that they rock CUaTtcntf 7 ' 11 To the Users For some time the fTiarisfer Brand a 1 60u Exlxa le Fll v (SedaiShiriglelfais renjdyhe (3iinctid rtie higfiest quality : yShirifile manfered, but Has had the greatest sale of df - shingles - ever produced. And, that fliis " jgarticylar brand ;Kas Keen on the1 market -only seven years5 . Laboiit 21 3 it . jPJrlOIME 231 Ml D tasscd in' the darkbut the other pro-T urbcea.xor the fear, that he woula ; snoot. .They left her, she said," and 1 followed Clayion down1 the road and ; she heard a few unpleasant word3 and then all was quiet.: she swore: that she saw: them ." strike";' matches and look f down to Vthe-- ground - and there- no nuiseg-io oe-neara. Tne ; body was found in the river near the public road next day bygone of the defendants; V7hile the people were gathering at the scene,5 it was testified some one re marked to one "of the defendants while the; body "was in the stream,, that Clay ton": had 'his-throat cut, as bVod had streamed "down his neck. Allison waH Ix puited axsaying-lhat his throat - was not cut but that his "head is 'busted. " A blow,; with a hard substance on tho left side of the head caused the killing. according to . the coroner's Jury. -:. 1 Henry Smith, colored-; close relative, oi . ousie , wiiuams,antt who uvea near rne-placet, was' charged with: the mur der. e itVCwas. testified that; a bloody jacket was.found at his home and evi dences of a: body. haymg heen draggei frdmlhis. home werelseeiu I f ;The; def endants were- tried for" mur- uerinithe seconds-degree.-J- : v 2z .U Whilethey admlttedbing with the colored gjrlj in eUfield they denied her. lesumony apput.aiquarrei, tne stming ' . I " a ij ' ' i 1 . . 1 ----- -FidinaV'Tmb Lisbon, ' irt &$tqpe strong llnk m-S nsiana: in the 'tomb; of Henry ;FteldIng:"rTne hntfiar 0 rTom Jones says the Westminster Gazette, went to hVtJortusueW. ipItalJnKearch-of liealth and failed to find It! dying there m Oct 4.. 1754."aid getting n. last rest ing' place in the English-cemetery, where a monument lias been erected to bW tnemory. . . ;n45' i ' rTbe .voyage : put. took; the sick man fifty days of foul wejither. and the city when be reached ' It failed ' to bleas 4dm. "All looked beautiful at a dis tance,' he wrote, "but as you ap proached fearer all ldWof? beauty van-, '.Vshed.."'-'.' ';;; -r - -. "' . ' V- " ' Rich, but Wretched. V -: Frederick Albert- tW third Krnpp became the richest man in the German emperor's dominions. When he died. In 1002, his estate was valued at nearly $200,000,000.- Perhaps the inability of wealth to bestow happiness was never J more strikingly exemplified than in his cas& He was a dyspeptic, forbidden all the delights of the table and to smoke, Of late years a physician jiever left nis side. ; A fearful melancholy claimed him, and liis life was oversbadowed by a nervous depression. -All . the world was wrongPearson's Weekly. '? Common Case. . . Now, this7-piece of machinery is wonderfully delicate and sensitive. A touch might upclt for the rest of the day--:-' '-:t--iz -f '...-r- .l ; "I.Iiave a rich uncle who is built that waV."tbdtsvIlle: Courieronrixat'v -f 1! n Bed aiiy Onr T7 TtmRI mmmm T7 1 . v . : CO URTfes Y ':;E.;W.Ewbank, President --r : XI. K. Brooks: Vice Peai -;Brwnlw Jackson, ice-Pres." .-C. S.Fullbfight; .Cashier: v -; VW. A. Young Asst-Gashieri , ; . , v DIRECTORS: , .; . i Brownlow Jackson, C. E. Brooks, C. B." Glazener, W. S. Ashworthr P, A. Ewbank, R. P. Freeze. T.-U Durham; F; A. Bly, U L. Jenkins; B, W, Ewbank. W, C. Rector. Foster -Bennett, C. S. Fullbright,-W. j . A. Cannoa.' " - Us&S&SM c Let Uo ) "V 1. -. -.-.. Jt VVe can prescribe the best coal on the market, the famous Red Ash, direct from Ctryvel:---1'1---. . lenn., mines Stove or heater wood, ready cut in any quantity Hay, ' Shorts, iJran, Corn. Oats, 1 -Meial, Hulls and Drayirig. L Carolina Oil and Supply Co. E. J. Rhodes. Manager . Phone Office 40 ; " Residence 388-L You can feel, sure that the looks if -you wuTememberheftde experience Which iJddfte Brothers have had m f . motor car ; The motor is 30-35 horsepower .The , wheelbase.iSillOinch.es The -price of the car coinplete is $785 - . . " (f. o. b. Detroit)- ' tj . . ' ...... : - , ."v' '' ' " -- ' ' LET US DEMONSTRATE ONE TO YOU 5i f a-. -n Blue iRidge :' Gairage Phone 189 , A. E. Marshall. Prop. Main St 3C 1. vT ; 4i 11 ii: Mm & . - - -i It has long been the policy of this concern to hire its customers the best that : money could ; buy AYhen you 1 buy, coal you want the Jbest - for your; moneyHkewsCjforvoqd. t ;Wfi Kc3p Out .Cup tpmers ;Year: in 1 Dcrrin wth Ar xj . i.- - w . C - J - Carantcs you catacton . -.v- ' - '.". i William J. i i mil. umir in m t i i t iiriimm i ., , .,,,...., , ,.,,., , , ..iih.-.i. m m i I iBSSsssssssssessejssissssesssssBsssssssBsssesBBsessBsassssssMS Iff i 1 Be Y6ur viit . . j. r a car is exactly as good a3 it construciica - .. - .-, " f 1 .1 m r ' ? - ' rt ft1 175 To-day-Order.iimaIl Joad rrid -xvc rl . . .. .. I e Turner, Prop. iiB FOR RESULTS - 1 1 5 I . - v- JUSTUS' PHARMACY.