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,r jessie Murray spent Sunday
fh relatives at Horse Shoe.
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rr J A. Madavey,. of Wlnston
Jfm is visiting relatives in the city,
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jame3 Brower of Sumter is spend?
ing some time here. .
Miss Cornelia Brower,, of Sumter, is
risiting in the city, . ..
MicS Helen Briggs o Waynesville,
guest of Miss Hallie Hinds.
Hiss pink Gasa spent Sunday with
ler mother at Etowah.
Mi83 Bertie West is spending several
Jpkq with her mother at Asheville.
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Mrs' P. P- Wall of Soutn Florida, i3
Tisitin? her mother. Mrs. A.E. Morris
3tller home on Fifth avenue. 2
Miss Cora VanHuss, of Winston
Tenn.. has accepted a position in John
Glenn's store.
Miss Elizabeth Camp has returned
from a visit to relatives at Spartan
burg. :j:
Misses Mary and Bertha "Woodfin of
fclantyre. spent several days in the
citv last week.
Robert Y. Davis, of Spartanburg,
formally of this city, is spending some
time here.
Rev. George F. Wright left this week
for a visit to relatives at Atlanta,
Aususta and other points in Georgia.
Mrs. YTitt Martin of Pelza, is visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Little Miss Rea and Master Murray
Brook? have returned from a visit to
their grandfather at Horse Shoe.
Miss Mayo Murray of Horse Shoe,
spent several days last week with her
si.srer. Mrs. B. L. Brooks.
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J. D. Turn leaves nest week for New
York. Baltimore and Philadelphia
whore he goes to buy goods for his
Pmf. E. E. Saras and family of Ra
leigh, are spending a few days visiting
Mrs. Sam's father and sister, E. M.
Allison and Mrs. E. R. Black.
Mr?. J. F. McCracken and daughter
M:ss Marion, of Durham, who have
beer, the guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. H.
Van dor Linden have returned to their
J. A. Miller -"was in Hendersonville
last week. Sylvan Valley News.
Mrs. Elizabeth Blackburn4 spent the
week-end with relatives at Asheville.
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Misses Moyds, of Andrews, S. C, are
visiting the Misses Camp on 6th ave.
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Miss Gertrude Justus, of 'Edneyville,
was; in the city shopping Saturday.
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"Mrs " J. Lloyd Wade and children
Morris and Lloyd of Dunn, are visiting
theV former's mother, Mrs. A, E. Morris.
William Egerton has returned trom
Canada, where he has. been for some
tme. : ; - f
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Lee Whitmire arid O. P. Smith have
returned from' 'a brief "stay at Philadel
phia. "r-:o:
Mfss Theopa Parker will leave today
for Hendersonville Spartanburg Her
ald. :o:
Miss Sallie 'Merrell is home from
Hendersonville where she spent the
past few months Sylvan Valley News.
Misses Lizzie Wessen and Bessie
Coggins of Spartanburg left Tuesday
after a visit in the city.
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Mrs.' Wood and little son who have
been the guests of Mrs. D. W. McCalt
of Route 4 left Friday for their home
at Savannah.
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Mrs. McLean and little daughter
have returned to their home at Fitz
gerald. Ga., after a visit, to Mr. and
Mrs. W. P. Whitmire. -V
Mrs. J. S. Sharp and litle son of
Newr Orleans, who have been the guests
of the former's mother. Mrs. Pullman.
left last week for Pittsburg for a visit
before returning home.
Miss Sarah Davis, of Newberry, who'
has been the attractive guest of Miss
Louise Jones., on Convere Heights, left
today for Hendersonville. Spartan
burg Herald.
Friends of Miss Anna Mae Galloway,
who last week underwent an operation
at the Patton Memorial hospital at
Hendersonville, will be pleased to
learn that that she is getting along
nicely. Sylvan Valley News.
Alfred Beddingfield and family of
Hendersonville have moved to our
section. Mr. Beddingfield will take
charge of Kilpatricks store in a few
days. From Little River Ripples in
Sylvan Valley News.
Al Edwards and Fred Justus have
gone to Pittsburg where they will ac
cept positions for the winter.
Mrs. A, B. Drafts was called to Can
ada this week on account of the seri
ous illness of her father. -
Mr. and Mrs. I. Clyde Peeler of Gaff -ney,
S. C, are visiting the latter's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Vance Norwood.
Miss Josephine Shipman;'' who has
been visiting at Penrose for several
days, has returned tothe city.
Chas. H. Henry of Spartanburg,,
spent the week-end with his family at
Highland Lake.
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Cranford have
purchased the Dr. Dixon house on
Fourth avenue west, and are now oc
cupying their new home.
Mrs. Glen Saylor, of Minot, North
Dakota, who was Miss Patsy Palmer 1
of this city, is spending some time-Awith
her-parents here.
Mrs. Robert E. Lee,, of Lynchburg,
Va,, who is spending the summer in
Asheville, spent several days the first,
of the week with the family of her.
unclei, L. E. Fisher, at Flat Rock.
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Miss Hellen Comers, of . Spartanburg,
is visiting in this city attending a
house party jriven by Miss Lois Quat
tlebaun of Columbia, who has a sum
mer home here.
Mrs. Frank Jarnigan, formerly Miss
Mary McPheeters, who has been
spending two weeks with her mother
here, has returned to her home in
Tennessee. Mr. Jarnigan also spent
several days in the city and accom
panied Mrs. Jarnigan home.
'Marjorie, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Cantrell is critically ill
having undergone an operation for ap
pendicitis at the Patton Memorial hos
pital in Hendersonville. Latest re
ports give hope of recovery. Sylvan
Valley News.
In Honor of Miss Cardwell.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cardwell, o Pai
agould, Ark., who are spending the
summer at the Walker House,, Flat
Rock, entertained an interesting party
of children on Tuesday in honor of
their little daughter Martha's eleventh
birthday. The children were invited
for luncheon and were seated at. a
specially decorated tobleonthe center
of which rested the birthday cake.
After luncheon they were .carried to
the movies and auto riding.
Mr. Ralph Ramsey and Miss Annie
Hyder were married at the home of
the bride on Sunday evening at 8
o'clock, Rev. R. N. Pratt officiating.
The affair being very quiet, only the
immediate families being present.
Immediately after the ceremony a sup
per was served by the parents of the
bride, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hyder.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Ramsey are well
known in Hendersonville. Their
many friends extend . to them their
hearty congratulations.
Arrivais at Virginia.
Miss Carrie A Perrow and niece.
Miss Glodys Lee Woodwaid. Knoxville,
Tcnn.; Mrs. Eva 3roves, fampa. F!a.;
Miss Gladys Lee Woodward, Knoxville,
Miss Jess Davis, Tampa, Mr and Mrs.
W. S. Stacey, New Orleans; R. J.
Ermgson, New Orleans, Mr3. S.-A.
Gamble-Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Greene, Mr,
Miss Mildred Green, Jacksonville; Mrsj
T. J. Bell, A. R. Bell, Mr. and Mrs. .1.
W. Mcintosh, Misses Edith, Margaret,
Lois,, and Francis Mcintosh, Masters
Edwin and Wylie Mcintosh. Hartsville,
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Dance at Terrace,
The gay season at the Carolina Ter
race was inaugurated Saturday even
ing in a most animated manner by the
first dance which was the beginning'
of a series of these affairs for the
young, people, and will continue every
Wednesday and Saturday evening
throughout the season. The opening
yf&s a brilliant event for Henderson
ville, and was attended by about two
hundred, who witnessed the dance,
many of whom participated. The
dance hall was tastily decorated in
white, yellow and green, the colors of
the Terrace. The guests of the hotel,
residents -of the city, and visitors at
other hotels in Hendersonville were
among the dancers, and for two hours
"joy was unconfined."
The chaperones,, guests of Carolim
Terrace, were Mrs. Howell Cobb,- Mrs.
W. D. McCarty, Mrs. Adolphus C. Shell,
and Mrs. George W. Martin, of San
Antonia,' Texas; Mrs. W. H. Mixson of
Charleston, S. C; Mrs. James A. Rob
inson), of Durham, N. C. ; Mrs. U. Sam
uel and Mrs. L. Marx, of New 'Orleans ;
Mrs. Gabrie M. Maluf, of Habanna.
Cuba; Mrs. C. H. Grosskeys, of Pied
mont. S. C; and Mrs. T. H. Tuten, of
Almeera, S. c.
Mrs. R. E. McDowell, aged 76, a res
ident of Hendersonville for many,
years, died Monday,, August 7, at her
home on S'ixth avenue, east, after a
lingering illness. Funeral services
were held from the residence on Tues
day morning, August S, conducted by
Rev, R. N. Willcox, assisted by Rev.
R. V. Miller,, attended by a large gath
ering of sorrowing N relatives and
friends.' Mrs. McDowell was a consis
tent. Christian lady and her death was
a distinct loss to Hendersonville. The
interment took place in Oakdale cemetery.
The friendfe of L. T. Lester, Jr will
regret to learn that he is quite sick at
his home on Buncombe street.
Messrs. Michael Schenck and C. P.
Rogers, have been appointed as mem
bers of the state committee to. receive
contributions for the Woodrow Wilson-Marshall
campaign fund.
The ladies among the guests of Car
olina Terrace will give a card party
on the hotel lawn Friday afternoon
from 4 to 6 o'clock. A silver offering
Will be taken for the benefit of the
flood sufferers.
The entertainment given in Laurel
Park Caskio Monday night" by the Lau
rel Park Camp Glee Club was an en
joyable affair. The Casino was filled
with an appreciative audience. Vocal
and instrumental solos and a number
of songs by the male quarteette ac
companied by the camp orchestra com
posed the program. After the enter
tainment dancing was indulged in un
til a late hour.
, Seyeral persons were injured more
or less seriously Monday night when
the seats in the tent of the Williams
Stock Company, a theatrical company
here this week, collapsed under their
heavy human burden and precipitated
the occupants to the ground below.
The accident occurred nea rthe.end of
the last act and a panic was narrowly
averted. Wilburn Phillips a young
boy sustained a broken hip and num
erous others were bruised. It is said
the Phillips boy was caught under the
planks and came near being crushed
to death. Several ladies fainted and
the accident caused much excitement.
It was stated that the wet condition
of the grounds was responsible for the
seats giving away, and the fact that
more were not seriously injured is
considered remarkable.
Inn. Dinner served for sight seers
from 12 to 3 o'cock. Mrs. B. F.
Freeman. 8-17-3tp
House. Also furnished cabin for
rent. Chimney Rock, N .C. 8-17-5tp
TQB SALE Lot opposite J. 0. Wil
liams', easy terms; ?b00. Noan hoi
lowell, Brevard. 83 tfc
.-.Bavins purchased the account
notes- and mortgages of the" Staten
Hardware Co., bankrupt all parties
owing said firm will hereby take notice
that prompt settlement Is expected.
C 6. Jones is authorized to coUect
these accounts or call at Whitmire,
Cash Shoe Store where thej books anff
accounts are.
8-17-3t. W. p. WHITMIRE.
I desire to take this means of ex
pressing my heartfelt appreciation to
the many loyal friends whose ministra
tions have sustained me in my great
sorrow, and whose . beautiful tributes
to.,- the memory of my beloved aunt,
Mrs. McDowell, have filled my heatt
with gratitude.
To he Awarded in Dahlia Show to be
Given by Woman's Club Distrib
uted Among Eight Townships.
A list of the additional prizes to be
offered the various winners in the
dahlia show to be given by the wo
man's club of the city is as follows:
W. H. Hawkins & Son, ivory vase.
Baker's Art Gallery, straw basket.
Hunter's Pharmacy, fine perfumery.
Rose Pharmacy, bottle of toilet wa
ter. Chas. Rozzelle, pedestal.
J. O. Williams, embroideried hand
kerchiefs. E. Lewis & Son,, silk hose.
M. M. Shepherd, silk hose. '
Bland Hardware, nair scissors.
Hendersonville Hardware Co.,,
Glazener, bureau scarf.
Slayden-Fakes & Co., $1.00.
M. C. Dotson & Co., 50c.
M. C. Letson 25c.
Roadster cheap if sold at once. Al
most new or will trade for Ford
- car. Address W. H. Rowe, Box 724
City. 8-17-ltp
"The Masked Riden," a sensational
5-part Metro-Quality production, with
Harold Lockwood and May Allison in
the stellar roles, will be the next fea
ture attraction at the Queen theatre on
Tuesday, August 22. This wonderplay
is brimful of thrills, especially in the
big scenes staged in the Chimney Rock
section of North Carolina. There are
many exciting moments in this part of
the story, which deals with the moon
shiners of that section. The outlaws
are brought to justice through the
daring exploits of "The Masked Rid-
er" played by Mr. Lockwood, who 1
poses as a mountain parson until he
gathers his evidence against them.
Before they are corraled the fighting
parson is obliged to display his prow
ess in one of the most remarkable en
counters ever shown upon the screen.
The central characters in this fight
are Mr. Lockwood and Lester Cuneo,
who plays the villian in the role of
"Squid Archer." the Jeader of the
moonshiners. Miss Allison is seen in
the delightful role of a beautiful moun
tais girl, whom the fighting parson
wins in the end.
Mr. Lockwood and Miss Allison are
surrounded by an exceptionally strong
cast headed by Mr. Cuneo and includes
Howard Truesdell. Harry Berkhart,
John MacDonald. H. W. Willis, Harry,
Linkey and.Carissa Selwynn. "The
Masked Rider" was produced for the
Metro program under the direction of
Fred J. Balshofer.
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1 here is absolutely no doubt about it..
. sell out on and afte
e are going to
UrailKL LMt Ur l)ni UUUU5,
It -was a question of keeping this stock and discontinue Handling Wholesale Produce, Chickens and Eggs. We
decided that it meant more money to us to conduct the Produce bnsiness.
We are not Quoting Prices, but believe us, we are Gutting Them
There is nothing like showing the goods to our customers and you can 6nly realize how much this sale means
to you by being on hand for the Opening Day, SATURDAY, AUGUST 1 9.th
Remember we are paying Cash for Rye, Fruits, Vegetables, Eggs, Chickens, Country
Hams nnd in fact most everything produced on the farm
Phone 247
CASE & KING. Proprietor
At the Depot
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