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Ts VLE Lot opposite J. 0. Wil liamV easy terms; $600. Noah Hoi oTelU Brevard. : 83 tfc yor TROUBLED With Mosqui- fli. s And other insects. Get a 3 Frie Exte Frierson's Fly Driver and In sect 'Exterminator from. Hunter's pharmacy, it has a pleasing odor,' Pharmacy, not poisonous. 7-27-tfc top KENT Fire room' house with Vnth on Third avenue East, $12.50 per month. Call 33-L. 8-3-tfc VOiTllENT Two slcam heated flats, not and cold water, with basement guaoe. Also eight room house op "nWe Methodist church. See Dr. Jlo rev. 8-3-tfc von si IX Two Fourth Avenue lots? opposite Marshall Bridges': $335. ?",." Satisfactory terms. Noah Hoi-' loWll. Brevard. 8-3tfc Boarders at "Houston I Iciu'-t s." one half mile from city on II vlc Shoe drive. One block from cr':- line- Good home cooking. Fresh vegetables, milk and butter. Write Vs " c C Marshall, Hendersonville, X.' C ,' K. F. D. 7-20-tfc F0! SALE One heifer 12 months old, hirce for age and three-fourths Jer sW. Will make fine milch cow. price $40.00. Also one two-seated Stiulebakcr carriage with pole and shafts. In good condition. Price SO 00. Wm. Lott. Flat Rock Road. 6-23-tfc SELECT PRIVATE BOARD Can be be secured during winter very rea sonable at Mrs. W. J. Davis. Wash ington street. 9-7-4tc FOR SALE Two milk cws and one buggy horse. D. S. Pace. 9-7-tfc PIANO FOR. SALE Mahogany, first class condition, practically new; c c reasonable. Address P. O. Box Ci- Asheville. N. C. 9-7-3tp NOTICE. Having qualified as administratrix with the will annexed of Mrs. Rebec ca!: Eliza McDowell, before the clerk of the superior court of Henderson county, this is to notify all persons having claims against the estate to present them to the undersigned on or before August 25, 1917, or this notice will b& pleaded in bar of their recov ery. All persons indebted to said estate, will please make immediate payment. This the 24th day of August 1916. BESSIE STEEDMAN, Administratrix with the will annexed. 8-24-6tc EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Having qualified as executorss of the estate of (Mrs.) Anne M. Hanekel, de ceased, late of Flat Rock, Henderson County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons having ing claims against the estate of said r1prPQCPf1 tr ovhihit thpm to the nnder- Qicrno of tli a nffis rf TrS XV "Ram ' well in the city of Charleston, S. C on or before 12th of August, 1917, or Viio nntlna nrill V nlsnda in Koi flf ' their recovery. All persons indebted 4 A.1 X.. 1 . 1 1 I .u iue esiate win piease uiuKe imme diate pyament. This August 12th, 1916. JOS. W. BARNWELL,, Executor, ARTHUR LYNAH, Executor. 8-17-6tc NOTICE OF SERVICE OF SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION. State of North Carolina, . County of Henderson. In the Superior Court, October Term. 1916. Florence Elise Harvey vs. George W. Harvey. The defendant above named will Jake notice that an action entitled as above has been commenced in the Su perior Court of Henderson County, North Carolina to dissolve the bonds of matrimony existing between plain tiff and defendant, for an order grant in unto said plaintiff the custody of their child, Bonnie LeRoy Harvey and tor a decree of absolute divorce on the ground of fornication-and adultery on he part of the defendant; and the said defendant will further take notice that he is required to appear at the cf the superior court of said count v to ha. VipM on th Fourth Mon day after the first Monday' in Septem-, Lw her, 1916, it being the 2nd day of Oc- th , -L looer, 1916, at the court house ot saia county in the city, of Hendersonville, N. C, and answer or demur to the complaint in sa4d action, or the plain tiff will apply to the court for the re lief demanded in the complaint. ' This the Is day of September 1916. C. M. PACEv Clork Superior Court. J. F. Justice, Attorney for Plaintiff. 9-7-4tc Notice of Dissolution of Partnership. Notice is hereby given that ,the part nership heretofore existing between A. E. Marshall and J. M. Barry has been dissolved by mutual consent. Tho business will, be contiJiued at the same l'ace by Marshall & Cantreu unaex the name of Blue Ridge Garage. The rw firr in inPhtpdness ot the old partnership and all moneys OV.M mg to the partnership ot Marsucui Barry are payable o Marshall & , a y Cantrell This 2nd dav-of Sept 1916 J. M. BARRY, A. E. MARSHALL, 9-7-2tc. M)TICE 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 OPEN FOR BOARDERS JULY 4TII 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-C-tf THE UNDERSIGNED cansuppiy a limited amount of excellent milk in quantities of not less than one gal Ion at a delivery. Red Briar Farm, Phone 113-L. 8-.l6-tfc. FOR SALE Good seed wheat in any . quantity. Call Henderson County - Milling Company or W. C. Jordan. 8-25-tfc FOR SALE Fine Summer Home 1-4 mtjle from town limit on Flat Rock Drive, 13 acres, 8 room house, also 5 room cottage. Apply to W. H. Hawkins, Hendersonville, N. C. 8-31-6tp FOR SALE OR HIRE. A pair of combination harness and saddle horses, both sound and gentle, city broke, drive and ride well, afraid of nothing. To a reliable party will hire these horses for their feed and kkeep for the winter months or will re purchase both aft same price next May if in good order. LEONARD PHINIZY, . 9-7-3tp Flat Rock, N. C. FOR SALE 2 Two-horse waSons. 1 one-horse wagon at a bargain. Ap nlv to Carolina Oil and Supply Co. Phone 40. 9-13-tfc MORTGAGE SALE. By virtue of the power ofjsale con tained in that certain mortgage ' ex ecuted by J. M. Jackson and wife, Elizabeth Jackson on the 23th day of November, 1915. to the undersigned mortgagee to secure the indebtedness therein .named, which said mortgage is of record in Book 44 at page 212 of the Records of Mortgages and Deeds of Trust for Henderson County, and whereas default having been made in the payment of said debt, therefore by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage and for the purpose of satisfying said debt, interest and -pest, the undersigned wi1! on Monday, October 16th, at 11 o'clock a. m. offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash, at the court house door in Henderson ville, all the following described tract of land in Edneyville township, coun ty of Henderson and state of North Carolina, and being the same land conveyed by said mortgage and bound ed as follows: Commencing on a conditional Chest nut corner on the ninth line of the original plat, running from a Spruce, ninn 4rt nnnlof nTlH rUTlS almOSt northeast to a stake by a hickory and chestnut Jesse Case's corner,, nd v. r Cnnih TtritVt Vl i a linP nnleS tO 3. chestnut and stake Case's and Asa Edney's, now Jackson's corner; thence with said line South 10 East 80 poles tn a nnnlar and stake: thence to the beginning containing forty-five acies. This 15th day of. September 1916. W. P. GILLIAM, Mortgage. Rhodes Automobile-Co., Assignee. W. Marshall Bridges, 9-21-4tc ' - ' Attorney. I WHERE THE GOLD COMES FROM. Somebody recently asked: "Whence comes all the gold that is being ship ped to this country? How does 'Eu rope scratch it .up?'; The answer came promptly. This country has added about $500,000,000 of gold to its stock in the last two years, but m tuat same time the wrld has produced twice that amount in new gold. Just about a billion dollars' worth of gold is added to the world's stock every two years. , It seems like a big store, and it is. Yet the wheat crop of this country is worth this year more than the world s u ,r.Hnn in tholnst two vears ULooddead more. Th-ts country's cot- ton crop is worth neariy iite . ner annum as the vhole world s gold prop Our corn is worth pretty nearly ;rv,rQ o0 much as the wnole I W U J tlili - .- J world's Kold; somotimes more, some- mes less. - rri ifiint hppause thp countries on the allies' side m the war control ?)out all the world's new sold produc tion Ahev are certain to win. Perhaps f'at i's :o: but a better reason is that they have free pcce?s to the production of the American farms, which is suffl c ent to account for their increased activity, in eery direction. Farm and Fires'de. A Distant Relation. During the course of a trial in Chica go a witness by the name of Francis Dooley was asked, concerning the de fendant: - T-. "Are you related to Thomas Doo ley?" - - . j.vtnntiir" ozir Francis. "I " Cher's first child Francis was me mother first cwia was the tmth. me ium.ua -very u1" .J . "i,7i w,; panion. ,TOrsE 4 Rooms and 1 acre" of mile from town, will irfi cheap: or exchange for a lot in town, vacant lot. or witn noue u it Applv to J. H. Dickens at Guill s sSre. , -..9-7l3tp i 1 Legal Notices r WITH Western 36 Tryon Graded School Opens. j The Tryon graded srhoni ts ot met. taking its proper place in the com munity. The opening on Monday was attend ed by a large number of parents and Mr. Sayres and Rev. H. N. Bowne of the committee. The children were glad to eet back cheers to each one of the teachers whom they had not seen all summer, there will be an unusually large pri mary blass this year. Mr. Dennis, the principal, welcomed the school and urged the importance of attending. He also spoke of the good work the School Betterment Associa ation could accomplish and asked for a larger attendance of the parents at those meetings. The members of the committee spoke and several of the parents. There will be nine grades this year and the enrollment on Monday was 88 and more are yet to come in during tho first few weeks: The new primary class will number, about twenty-five. Tryon News-Bee. J Baptist Association at Columbus. The Green River Baptist Association meets with the Columbus church Sep tember 28th, 1916. I,t is the earnest desire that all the churches of the county shall avail themselves of this splendid opportunityto learn of the great work that our denomination is doing. We hope that each church of the county will send a full delegation and that many visitors will also come to each session. Try-on News-Bee. Marions Bijr Cotton Mill. The secretary of state has allowed an amendment to the charter of the Clinchfield Manufacturing Company raising the capital from $800,000 to ?1,200,000. The new stock issued will be used in the building of the No. 2 mill of ibis company which will cost over $600,000, and will be equipped with 26,000 spindles and 600 draper looms. The power plant will be a steam turbine electric drive and yril be built and equipped to furnish power for 40,000 spindles and 1,000 looms. It is planned that the mill building will C2 arranged so that an addition may be built at small expense to hold the full 40.000 spindles and 1,000 looms. The No. 2 mill when completed and fully equipped will cost around the sum of one million dollars, and willl Kive employment to 400" 500 people. Mr. D.. D. Little, the president of, this company, started th Marion 'Man ufacturing Company in 1909 with 10, 000 spindles and 240 looms and he has built the Marion Company up to 36,000 spindles and 840 looms and when, he completes the addition to the Clinch field mill he will have put into oper ation in this county over 100,000 spindles and 2,630 automatic looms, at a cost of over $2,500,000, and in a period of less than ten years. Mr. Little, although an adopted son of this state and county, has every in terest of his mill community at heart and also of the county and State and ndejvors to join in the welfare of anything which tends to the upbuild- ing of the county and town of his adoption. Marion Progress. Hard Lnek. Mr. Hughes continues to play in hard luck with woman suffragist. It has been brought to light that while Gov ernor of New York he vetoed a bill providing equal pay for women school teachers who did equal work along side of men. Don't know how the male "professors" will regard his course, but it isn't hard to-guess what women will think and do. Old For; Sentinel. Union Revival Closes. A splendid revival at Beaverdam church has just closed with a spirit of. good will. The meeting was held by Rev. W. H. Pless of the Methodist church, and Rev. W. G. Warren of the Method tst church, S'outh. Many men and women found Christ in the old time altar method and quite an addi tion was made to both the churches. There is no better sight of the day than the brotherly spirit being shown between these two churches, Canton Observer. Terminal Box Burns. The terminal box of .the. local tele phone compnny caught fire Friday night and before it could be extin guished every phone in the system was put out of rommission. Connection was er-estal n shed Saturday afternoon after an interruption of 24 hours. The blaze was caused so stated Mr. Esk ridge by the current from the elec tric light wires leaping to the telephone-wires. Fortunately the water works system was out of commission and chem'cals were used in extingu ish the flame. Had water been used a perfect e'reuit in all probability would have been made, endangering every user of phones. Forest C'.ty FrjeePresSj Bloodshed in Graham. Dennis 31assey. who has a barber shop at Andrews, in writing. to his father here Tuesday, among other things says: - John Farr. k lied himself Friday Before do"ng so he told several people that'he and Ed Williams and Andy Orr killed old man Phillips. He was the, father of the Farr' boy who was killed by Pat Loving. Lawrence Edwards killed Wayne Cr?sp Saturday in Graham county. Carolina Mountaineer. Shelby's White Way. . On yesterday, Mr. Jul'us Weathers, superintendent of the waer and light plants put the street force to work on excavating for he electric cables for the street lighting system. There will be 57 iron lamp posts extending Weeklies around the court square and to the first crossing on the eight main Streets leading out om the square with an exension to the Southern de pot on Gordon street. Cleveland Star. AN AGE OF CARELESSNESS. As Individuals we all want to live the full length of the natural life, but are careless of the welfare of other people. Men shoot down their fellows and the balance ofjus sit on juries to clear them, or if ticmvicted sign peti tions for either commutation of sen tence Or pardon, forgetful that. such lax administration of . justice lower3 respect for law and makes every life less secure. In the old country people have a greater reverence for authority be cause law is generally executed with the certainty of convieting criminals and punishment is gwift and sure. Men think seriously of consequences before they engage in lawlessness and are thus restrained in -large measure, from deeds of violence. In rural communities crime is gen erally less prevalent than in crowded and congested cities, yet last year there were in staid and conservative North Carolina, with a population al most entirely rural, five times as many murders as. in the city of London, which" contains more than twice the in habitants of this state. Then more people are killed acci dentally, in the United States than in any other land where a decent civiliza tion obtains. It is a fact that our average death rate from., accidents is 160 for every day in the year, and every tenth funeral is the result of ac cident. The deaths from accident in this country are six times greater than in Europe. We are reckless in the construction of railroads and in the running of trains. Our railroad crossings are a constant menace. They should be guarded with such care as to entirely prevent accident and footmen should be prohibited from walking on rail roads. In the old country no grade crossings are permuted in town or country. Every highway crossing is either a bridge or an underpass and this arrangement, is the salvation of thousands. Such -a system here would largely reduce deaths fromaccident. Many automobile drivers are reck less and incompetent, yet such per sons, often children with no experi ence or judgment, are permitted to drive these engines at dangerous speed along our highways, imperiling all other travelers, so that deaths caused by their recklessness are of daily occurrence. The passing of more laws is the panacea suggested for all our public shortcomings, and they do help some, but most of the calamities-which shock us dailv are due more to thoughtless ness and the "don't care" spirit of these times. Parents, teachers and employers should emphasize the importance of "safety first" upon those who come under their care. Human life is, of great value to us and to, others and every 'means should be taken to pre serve it. Its protection should com mand the support cf all men, not only from .the lowest, selfish motives, but because of that higher and unselfish interest which every true, man has for the welfare of his neighbor. LOXG SEiniOSS. .Perhaps the lengthiest .sermons pn record were preached by Isaac Barrow, On one occasion when .preaching in. Westminister abbey, at a time when visitors were shown around the' place" after the sermon for a fee. he kept on so long that the authorities "caused the organ to play till they, bad blown mm flown. " "When he ureached on charity before the lord mayor an.J -al dermen the sermon lasted rnree anu a half hours, and if the collection came aTter that it. nrobably suffered. And, again, when he had arranged f o preach on the words He that utterstn a slan der is a liar," precautions weie takn beforehand, and he was prevailed on to preach only the half relating; to slander, leaving out thai which had to do with lies, "in this way lu man aged to finish in one hour and a half. Very likely some of his hearers wish ed that he was not quite so fond of PREACHING FROM PICTURES ON AJIA3IB00 POLE. A Japanese Methodist preacher in Kynshin has recnty put into practice a novel method of gospel propaganda. He hangs upon a bamboo pole the large Bible pictures frm the Berean Sum(ay " scV-col i Us aj4 goes through the vilages, showing the pic tures, and from them preaching Christian sermons in simple language. Both children and grown people are attracted and listen to the message. During dinner the other evening an eight-y earmold child "suddenly inter rupted the conversation in this wise:. "Daddy, you and mother can't guess what r have under the table." Then, after the manner of parents who like to please their children they guessed all kinds of things, but with out success. o they said, "We give ir up. Tell us." Whereupon the biddie, drawing her face Into a grimace, replied: "A stummie-ache." Harper's Maga zine. ' 11 w to f?iTe Good Advice. The best way; to give good advice is to set a good example. When others see how quiqkly yai get over your could by taking Chamberlain's Cough Remedy thev are likely to follow your example; This remedy has been in use for many years and enjoys an ex cellent reputation. Obtainable every where.. - - " - adv-sep. THE sr i Fit t t.- "Bodson's Liver. Tone"- Is-tafess To Clean Your Sluggish Liver and Rowels, Ugh! Calomel makes you sick. It's horrible ! Take a dose of the dangerous drug tonight and tomorrow you may lose a day's work. Calomel is mercury or quicksilver which causes necrosis of the bones. Calomel, when it comes into contact with sour bile crashes into it, breaking it up. Thi3 is when you feel that awful nausea and cramping. If you are slug gish and "all knocked out," if your liver is torpid and bowels constipated or your"liave headache, dizziness, coated tongue, if breath ia bad or stomach sour, just tryNl spoonful f harmless Dodson's liver Tone tonight on my guarantee. .a : f si a LWHfcn BlL UUSV lift STDP JIM.U KES YOU SiGK AND SALIVATES Fruitland Msiittite - . l- All Tr Ti li It rnrln a t tri t t r t-' r o i r t rL-u luruvi vjruiN AUbuoi zz, ivio Prepares for teaching, for college, for life. Literary courses from the eixth to the eleventhgrade. v - " Music Voice, organ and piano Art:-Drawing, water color and oil painting Home Economics Theory and practical application taught in the Girl's Home. . Manual Training: The department just installed this year. The use of tools is taught. ' - f Healthful location. -Excellent community.. A new administration build ing. Two dormitori3 and two cottages. Rates reasonable. J Address, N. A. MELTON, Prop. Hendersonville, N. C. I Pine- Grove Xodge Sclool I (BOYS) v l (BOYS) MR. D R. FAY, Principal - Grammar Grades Fifth to Eighth and High " School Grade OPENS OCTOBER FOURTH, A. D. 1916 Number of Students LimitecT Room for Twelve More FOR TERMS, ETC., APPLY TO MR. D. R. FAY, Fassifern or iBox 746 "Moderate Rates" c FASSIFERN SCHOOL Tenth Session Begins September 26. 1916 Course sin regular high school work, in Music, Art, Spanish, EYench,' -(German. Domesticr:'siejSce? Domestic Art. - Certificate ... . '- , :L . .: - received by Smith, ' Wellesley and'lby all Standard -- Southern Col- leges. Day, pupils from fourth grade up, received. Girls only. - For terms "apply to the principal. .iivil i f t; ' MISS KATE C. SHIPK ' " ' - ' . -t r. IF ITS ; . . ' . . " ( S and i iriii ilES.i A SEE - . I - 1 - - . ji js 1 111 ,. .,- , ,- , ? Here's my guarantee-Go to any drag stoFe and get a 50 cent bottle of Dod sons Liver Tone. Take a spoonful and if it doesn't straighten you right up and make you feel fine and vigorous I want you to go back , to the store and get your money. Dodson's Liver Tone ia rlpet rnvinef tho' ' j - 0 ww- x wivuici 17JUOt7 it is real liver medicine; entirely vege table, therefore it can not salivate or make you sick. . I guarantee that one spoonful of Dod son's Liverv Tone will put your sluggish liver to Work and(clean your bowels of r..MW fcJVMA fUTAAV VVU3blaVCU W AO IaJ which is clogging your system and mak ing you feel miserable. I guarantee that a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone , will keep your entire family feeling fine for months. Giv it to your children. It is harmless,; doesn'tTgripe and they; like its pleasant taste. - "; V