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Dr.W.H. Vanderliiien
DENTIST
Holmes building over
Maxwell Cash grocery
Phone 351
DR. H. L. KEITH
(Sacr-ssor to Dr. W. F. Nickel.)
DENTIST.
Office: Over Hunters Pharmacy.
jk LETITIA YEBTBEES FULLMUT
Christian Science Practitioner.
Hendersonville, N. C
Kdneyville Road. R. F. D. No. 1.
2E
WITH IFHE
Weeklies
36
3E
W. Marshall Bridges
LAWYER,
Holmes Building.
Hendersonville, N. C.
Dr. C. L. Bell
VETERINARIAN
All Domestic Animals Treated
Office and Hospital
Glover T. Orr's Stable
PHONE 164
dr. e. a. McMillan
Successor to Dr. W. T. Wallace.)
DENTIST
Office: Burckmyer Building, 4th Ave.
Phone 442.
Hp.ndersonville. N. C
; '
j. H. MOREY
l DENTIST
"Morey Building
THONE60
Riad Boster Visited Murpjiy.
E. L. Amburn of Ducktown, Tenn.,
... - w w
was a visitor here xuesaay. air. Am
burn' is one of the Commissioners of
Polk County, Tenn., and is a good road
booster. The object of his visit nere was
to try to arouse interest in a hard road
from Murphy to the Tennessee line
and connecting with the Ducktown
road. Such a road wouid place us in
close touch with the whole copper
basin which is a fine market for the
produce of the farmers of the western
part of the county, and place us on a
direct good road to Chattanooga sand
Knoxville. Murphy Scout.
Will Buy Fann and Erect Co. Home.
The county commissioners have de.
cided to buy a good farm and erect
suitable buildings for a county home.
They are advertising for bids tobe
presented on or before September 4th.
Swain county has lonc needed a suit
able home for its indigent citizens a
place where they can be cared for vith
some degree of comfort. Bryson City
Times.
Cnttine on Fornev Creek.
Last Saturday Baxter Parris w.as
badly cut by a knife in the hands of
Fate Green. Both men work on the
head of Forney Creek and werp in one
of the camps when the cutting oc
curred. The trouble arosf at toe tame
over some trival matter. It isreport-
M thr.t Parris started the row by hit-
tine Grpen with h's fist. Greri rlrpw
his knife and seriously wounded Par
ris. Parris s p?u1 to be i" a very bad
condition. Green wa lodged in the
county jail. Bryson City Times.
Thousands at Wort.
The floods did great damage to the
railways in the mountain section be
yond Marion. The Southern Railway
system is hard hit by landslides,
bridges washed away, tract torn Un
and covered by mud near river; cars
overturned and otner property- dam
ages. Everybody Is wprkinK in this
section about Marion. Southern rail
way officials are e-iving work to thou
sands of men and paying fine prices.
iney have established camps at
Bridgewater, Marion and Old Fort.
The bad washout two miles west of
Marlon and a trestle over the river
near Greenlee are the chief impedi
ment to getting a work train to Old
Fort. Thev are hopeful of getting the
two points fixed in a short time. The
road above Old Fort to Asheville will
require several months of hard work
to get in shape again. Rutherfordton
Sun.
EGG LOSSES IS HOT WEATHEB.
Ileat Causes Germ Growth, Embryo
and Mold Development Nearly All
Loss Can be Avoided.
THREE GUARDSMEN ARE ;
r DROWNED . IN SURF,
Vw. K. Audrey and Leonard -Swalnr
of Charlotte tnd Fred White-of Sails-
bury,, all enlisted men in the coa3t ar
tilery corps, North Carolina national
guard, were drowned in the surf at
Fort Caswell Sunday. ,
PREACHING AT JUMP OFF.
TheVe wiH'be an open air preaching
service at Jump oft Sunday morning.
August IS, at II o'clock. The nublic
is cordially Invited to attend.
GO CARTS AND SULKEY'S FOR
SALE OR RENT AT CHAS. ROZ
ZELLE PHONE 2. 8-18 -tic
1
ARF YOU TROUBLED With Mosqui
toes, files and other insects. Get a
bottle Frferson's Fly Driver and In
sect 'Exterminator from Hunter's
Pharmacy; it has a pleasing odor,
not poisonous. 7-27-tfc
I ; : ejgf - j
WANTED Board by lady, in nice quiet
country- village. Two or three
months, must be reasonable. Ad
dress "L. S. 10" care Box 228. Tam
pa. FTa. 8-17-ltp
Corn FjVM fOmpletelv Covered Fn.
A .W. Gilliam, of Crooked Creek
toirnshin. was in tovn 1Tondfv. this
beino- h'0' first trir to M'ho" fice
flood. He savp bicj mnle house wao
cashed awav: that his orchard
from piv to eiVM cres of crood land
tvss b?dlv flmajro pnd that is ',nr"
field i comnletelv roeed i w'th.
busre rock pnd rther debris. Wo pj,
tirprte; is amasre at about $1.000.
Marion Progress.
DR. EHRINGHAUS
Dentist.
PHONE 57-J.
Office over J. O. Williams.
HENDERSONVILLE. N. C.
Hie Latest !!
Popular Sheet Music
The Best of all
that's New
Come and see those
New Songs
A perfect presentation of
words and music by leading
artists demonstrated on
the Pathephone
Get a Sample Sheet
Hunter's Pharmacy
The Nyal Store
Electric Line Corner
Old Frt Fared We'l.
Tt becoming more anoarent everv
dav thpt in comparison to 1ic iT"f"
suffered by the recent flood. Old Frt
fared well. "Reins cut off from tho
outside world so lonsr. creftM a
gloomier asnect than otber conditions
justified Old Fort Sentinel.
Postoffice Wrk rrcin-nff.
The new. nostoffico buildine has
reached to the first floor and the in
terior sunoortine steel is being nlaced.
Prettv soon the brick on the main
body will be started. Cleveland Star,
HavwoOd Crops and Summer Quests.
Haywood crops m me u"" "v
good. Excessive rains have inter
fered and done some damage but we
are much better off than raanv others.
The crop of summer guests also com
ing along nicely. 'Every train swells
the number while autos bring many.
Came Near Losing His Life.
John Fullbright while connecting up
some electric wires at the Waynesville
Inn Saturday afternoon came near
losing his life. He got hold of a wire
he didn't know was grounded and a
large amount of 'juice' passed
through his body. Those near were
afraid to touch and help and his cries
brought Mr. Hawk from across the
street, who knew what to do. His
hands were very much blistered from
the experience. Carolina Mountaineer
(By H. L. Kempster, Missouri Agricul
tural College.)
Statistics show that during the sum
mer months from one-fourth to over
one-half the eggs produced in Missouri
are a total or partial loss.
Heat is directly or indirectly respon
sible for a loss to Missouri farmers of
$2 500,000 worth of eggs annually
Heat causes germ growth, embryo and
mould development, increases evapo
ration and causes eggs to become bad
n a verv short time. April eggs are
high in quality because of the lower
temperature which prevails at that
time.
According to studies made at the
Missouri agricultural college, nearly
all of the loss in eggs due to heat can
be avoided by the ordinary conven
iences that the average farm provides.
If farmers woud take the same care of
eggs that they do of butter before and
during the time it is taken to market,
there would be practically no loss from
heat. Any temperature above 70 de
grees is too warm. Even under the
best conditions eggs should be taken
to market at least once each week.
ggs should be collected daily and
should be cooled as quickly as possible.
A sweet, fresh basement which is cool
oi a cyclone cellar makes a satisfac
tory place to store eggs. They may
also be kept cool by placing them in a
bucket lowered into a well. Avoid
storing them in musty basements and
keep them away from flies.
If these directions are followed and
eggs are carefully protected from beatj
while being taken to market, the value
of Missouri's egg crop may be in
creased $2,500,000 during the next four
months.
.OST Gray Chamois bap containing
about $60 In $5, $10 and $1 bills. Re
ward if returned to Carolina Ter
race. 8-14-3tc
LOST Black rflk pocket book con
taining prayer beads, Peruvian luck
piece and bronze medal. Reward for
return to Mrs. Chipley, Kanuga Club.
8-17-3tp
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Reaiiti-
ful home 5 miles east of Henderson
ville. Box 626 City. 8-17-5tc
SHOW FAK3IERS HOW
TO USE PRINTERS' INK.
Haywood Man to be Texas Sheriff.
From a Sherman, Texas, paper we
learn that an old Haywood county boy
is to be the next sheriff of Grayson
county.
Tom Roberts who was born in this
county in 1868 who is a brother of
Mrs. W. J. Haynes left here for Texas
in 1893 and settled in Grayson county.
In the Democratic primaries July 22
he was nominated for sheriff, receiv
ing 3.110 votes when six others were
running for the same office. The
ffice in that county is worth $7,000 or
$8,000 a year and we congratulate Mr.
Roberts in winning his race. He has
a wife and seven children and resides
now at Thompsonville, Texas Caro
lina Mountaineer.
( 1 '
DAVIS 100 PURE PAINT easily,
leads in the quality race.
DAVIS' PAINT CANT BE BEATEN.
For Sale by
HEKDEBSONVILLE HARDWARE CO. are appreciated. Canton Observer
Off For England.
-Dr. Joe Cabaness. son of Mrs. Eid
ney Hamrick, left Tuesday night Tor
New York from which point he will
sail on the 20th inst, for London, Eng
land, to do research work under Dr.
William Osier, one of the most famous
physicians and surgeons in the world.
Dr. Cabaness will be with a party of
12 young American physicians and
and will be gone not les than six
months. The hospital where they will
be on duty takes care cT many con
valescent patients brou.eht there from
the war front: Cleveland Star.
The Oregon farmer can swell his an
nual receipts by using good printing
and by occasional advertising in the
weeklies of his county, says D. W. Mor
ton, dean of the new school of com
merce of the University of Oregon.
A farm letterhead should carry the
name of the farm, the name of the
owner, the location of the farm, and
perhaps a small picture of some fea
ture of the place, says Dean Morton,
who regards the farmer as a business
man with a substantial investment
Mpon which he should make every ef
rort to pay interest.
'It gives a farmer pertain business
standing if he has a neat letterhead
of good grade., and it improves the
value of his farm to have a name and
something of an individuality," he said.
There is some initial expense in hav
g a picture taken and a cut made,
but the publisher of the nearest coun
try paper will attend to the details
and afterward will do the printing
reasonably.
"If the farmer raises high-class an
imals, his letterheads may contain a
picture of a prize animal with its. re
cord; or if he has a stock farm, a pic
ture of a bunch of stock; or if he has
the best house or barn in the neighbor
hood, a picture of that; or a picture
of a grove or a str im is usually effec
tive on stationery. There are few
Oregon farms not worth naming, and
few that do not provide something
worthy a permanent picture.
"Advertising rates are very low in
Oregon country papers, and a farmer
at a cost from 10 to 50 cents may of
ten sell a horse, a second-hand ma
chine, or some other thing about the
place he does not need by putting the
small advertisement in hip weekly
paper. -
"A farmer's advertising should of
course conform to the best advertis
ing: standards; it should be very de
finite and absolutely truthful." The
Progressive Farmer.
IOR SALE Pretty Country Horn?. 9
rooms, 5 acres barn, other out-buildings.
Easy terms. Address L. Wl,
care Hustler. 3-17-3tp
FOR REXT Five room house with
bath on Third avenue East. $12750
per month. Call 233-L. 8-3-tfc
FOR REXT Two steam heated flats.
hot and cold water, with basement
space. Also eight room house- op
posite Methodist church. See Dr.
Morey. 8-3-tfc
FOR SALE Two Fourth Avenue lots
opposite Marshall Bridges': $3"35.
$365; Satisfactory terms. Noah Hol
lowell. Brevard. 8-3tfe
RAPE SEER A forage crow for
hogs and chickens. Sc per pound, post
age extra. Sow as soon as tne ground
Is ready. T. S. Morrison & Co- Ashe
Tirie. X. C.
WAXTED Boarders at -"Houston
Heights." one half mile from city on
Horse Shoe drive. One block from
car line. Good home cooking. Fresh
vegetables, milk and" butter. Write
Mrs. C. C Marshall, Hendersonville,
N. C-, R. F. D. 7-20-tfc
FOR REXT Xew and attractively fur
nished rooms in bungalow near
Hendersonville. Mrs. J. K. Gil
reath. ' 7-13-tfc
FOR SALE One heifer 12 months old,
large for age and three-fourths Jer
sey. Will make fine milch cow.
Price $40.00. Also one two-seated
Studebaker carriage with pole ana
shafts. In good condition. Price
50.00. Wm. Lott. Flat Rock Road.
6-23-tfc
To Sp'end Labor Day at Jnnalnska.
It has been announced that the em
ployees of the Champion Fibre com
pany, with their families., will have
the privilege of spending Labor Day
at Lake Junaluska. and special trains
will be run to the grounds with all
transportation charges paid by the
company. A program of athletic con
tests and field events is being arrang
ed for the occasion. The management
of the company has in the nast given
a holiday on Labor day. There has
also been a celebration of some kind,
but this year they have decided to
spend the day at the assembly grounds
if the men desired the outing. It is
needless to sav that the efforts of the
company in planning for the "mutual
pleasure and safetv of the employees
"Own that $40 Diamond" Seores
of fcOod people are ready to subscribe
for Western Carolina's Xewsiest
Weekly. See 'em.
Gold mining companies in South
Africa are experimenting, with blasting
by electricity with a view to minimiz
ing the fine dust, which is regarded as
the chief cause c miners' phthisis.
"Hustle for the Hustler own that
$40 Diamond Ring and set a thousand
votes for evry $1 towards these
Automobiles.
For the swiftest protography an
electrical device has been invented
that ignites flash light powder and
snaps a camera shutter when the light
is most brilliant
In, Russia the people are divided
into three 'stocks." Great Russians.
White Russians and Little Russians.
NOTICE Crab Creek Street Property
for sale, 280 feet front, 454 feet deep,
about three acres, condition fine and
fertile. About one hundred and
fifty fruit trees, finest fruits, consist
ing of apples, peaches, pears, cher
ries, apricots, plums, himalaya ber
ries, grapes, strawberries, etc. Terms
easy. If interested see or write G.
C. Hampton, Hendersonville. N. C.
6-8-tfc
OPEX FOR BOARDERS JULY 4TH
Edwards residence and Shamrock
Cottage on Washington street. Two
large lawns, plenty of porches and
shade. For rates apply to Mrs. Nan
Feaman at Edwards residence. 7-6-tf
Xnmber 20 Oliver Pattern Plows j
$9.00. Points 25c Staton Hardware!
Company. 3-23-tfs
HAXDSOME REWARD for return
gold key-shaped pin, engraved "Lu
cile Vardell." Notify Mrs. Gillican,
Kanuga Club. N
1HE UXDERSIGSED can supply a
limited amount of excellent milk -in
Quantities of not less than one gal
lon at a delivery. Red Briar Farm,
Phone 113-L. 8-10-tfc.
FOR SALE One horse about twelve
years old. weight about 850 lbs.
Will sell for $75 cash. Apply at the
Blue Ridge Creamery. 8-103tp.
PHOXE NO S FOR STORING. CRAT
IXGh SHIPPING FURNITURE. BUY
ING AND SELLING OR EXCHANG
ING FURNITURE. , CHAS. ROZ
ZELLE. 8-10-tfc
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E3I8nE8TiiQSI?IlE,
DIAMOND
BRAND
LADIES t
Ask yw, gntrtfr for CHI-CHBS-TER S A
DIAMOND BRAND PIIXS in Red Tnd A
Gold metallic boxes, sealed with Blue(
ilibbon. Takb ho oraia. BitPtwV
Dragrist n4 - ak tar miXUft.TCB 8 V
DIA1XO2V0 BEASD FILLS, for twenty-fir
years regarded as Best, Safest, Always Reliable
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
TIM tt Clff?rlfllr-rf- nnnTtr
"THE
BEST WAY TO COOK"
ctTS the New Perfection way. It's a
-L cool way, a clean way! It costs
less than any other and cooks better."
The New Perfection Oil Cook Stove frees
you from working over hot coal and
wood ranges. It means gas stove com
fort with kerosene oil. Saves time,
strength and money.
The long blue chimney gives a perfect
draft and the proper heat distribution.
It assures a clean , even flame and lasti?ig
satisfaction.
Fuel cost- only 2 cents a meal for 6
people. More than 2,000,000 users
prove the popularity of the New
Perfection.
New Perfections are made in many
styles and sizes.
Consult your dealer who can supply you
with the size best suited to your needs.
Look for The Long Blue Chimney
Use Aladdin Security Oil to obtain the
best results in Oil Stoves, Heaters
and Lamps
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Washington,. D.
Norfolk, Va.
Richmond, Va.
(New Jersey)
C. BALTIMORE
MD.
"its the long
Charlotte, .N. C.
Charleston, W. Va.
Charleston, S. C.
BLUE CHIMNEY"
mm
rare nraraft? warn
STOE P'D.DSIH1E
BLACK-WHITE -TAN - IO
KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT
THE F.F.DAUEY CO..L.TD
BUFFALO , N ."Y. " At I
W '.ASM
1ST Rf
PUT QN"I887 M5T1LLGQOD 1916
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Thir record is proof of their worth- On the market twenty-nine
Tears, and the first roofs laid are still tight and good today. They are
fine in appearance, storm-proof and inexpensive.
" For Sale hy
BIy Hardware Company
Hendersonville. N. C
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