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Mrs. J. L. Rose has returned from
Indianapolis, Ind.
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Mrs. Sidney. Asheorth of Fairview
was in town recently with her sister,
Mr. Mark Bowen has moved into
Mr. Hyder's house on Buncombe St.
W. C. Rector . was In Asheville
Tuesday on business.
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Mr. aniU Mrs. Chas. R. Whitaker
have returned from s, trip to St.
St. Petersburg. Fla.
Mrs. Gordon Harvey, who was conva
lescing from a sprained ankle
due to a fall. - - - -
Dr. W. A. Carragan, of Darlington,
S. C. is visiting his family in the
Miss Nelle Clayton of Fletcher is
the guest of Miss Sarah Miller tor
several days.
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Mrs. Annie Moore left Thursday for
Asheville, where she will spend some
Misses Mary Jane King and Willie
Carmichael have returned to Brevard,
after a visit to friends in .the city.
Mrs. E. H. Davis and little son are
visiting relatives at Brevard; this
Mr. andMrs. Waco Acker left this
week for their home at Atlanta, after a
visit to relatives in the city.
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Mr. and Mrs. Blake and Mr. Blake's
mother left Monday for Greenville.
Miss Helen Blake has entered Colum
bia College for "Women.
.Mrs. Isabela Griffin and daughter,
Miss Ethel, left this week for Colum
bia, where they will visit relatives for
several weeks.
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Mrs. C. M. Young ' and children of
Connelly Springs have returned home
after a visit to the former's sister,
Miss Addie Sides.
Mr. and Mrs. Pullen are on a visit
to Rock Hill. S. C. Mrs. Patterson
accompanied them and will remain
for the winter.
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Mrs. Ella "Wilson is visiting relatives
at Travelers Rest, S. C.
Mrs: Braswpll and Miss Fishback
leave for Florida Tuesday.
Mrs. Bessie Egerton and Mrs.
Thomas Egerton, formerly Miss
OWvs Govpr. are visitiner in South
port near the camp where Sergeant
Egerton is located.
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' Mr 'Sam R
Caldwell s house on 6th avenue. Mrs.
Caldwell will move ; into the Walker
House on 5th avenue..
vJ Sh"iff Case and 'Chief of Police
utis Powers returned Saturday from
ort Caswell where they went to
carry Romert Gilden, who had de
serted several weeks ago. :
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Rev. J. F. Mdrgan who has just
closed a meeting at Canton is 4n the
city. He states that a large number
of conversions were .secured at the
Union meetings held for about
month in Canton
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a Sheriff Allard Case has returned
from Raleigh , where he went in an
swer to a telegram from Governor
Bickett requesting his presence
there on Important matters. Thei
sneriff reports a very pleasant visit.
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Mrs. P. . C. Clayton of Columbia,
left the past week after a visit to
relatives in this city. Mrs. Clayton
was formerly Mjss Mabel Acker and
will be remembered my many here, she
having spent most of her summers in
Henderson ville .
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Fassifern Festivities.
The Fassifern Junior department
of the Red Corss. chapter, under the
directorship of Miss Samposn gave a
fair on the basket ball grounds last
Saturday afternoon. The fact that
$9.07 was cleared after all expenses
were paid goes to prove that the fair
was a great success financially as
well as socially.
Mrs. R. P. Kelly' who is boarding
at Sycamore Lodge, gave several
members of the Fassifern faculty a
delightful tea on last Thursday af
ternoons. Mrs. Kelleyfs daughter,
Miss Claudia Kelly and Mrs. Mary
Lybrook Lassater served deligjhtful
refreshments to the guestsL Those
invited were Mrs. McBee, Miss Kate
Shipp and Miss Mary Preston Shipp.
On Monday afternoon Mrs. Gaston
Westfelat and Miss Jenny Hutwood
of New Orleans came to Fassifern to
hear the students sing Mrs. West
felat's patriotic song "The Call of the
Flag." The inspiring words written
by Mrs. Westfelat, and set a martial
air, derived from an old English
tune, were sung.wijh much ardor by
the students under the direction of
Miss Pixley. Mrs. Westfelat gave a
most interesting talk, which was
much appreciated by the students and
faculty of Fassifern. Her song which
is sung In either French cr English is
being used in many of the camps
thorughout the United States am is
everywhere regarded as a great ad
dition to the patriotic music of the
Allies. i
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Officers of the Epworth, League of
the Methodist church, -elected at a
recent meeting, will be installed for
the ensuing year at the Methodist
church next Sunday night. The
league will also conduct the religious
services at the church Sunday night.
WeVe Made a
5oflr Euisieess
1 here must
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Mrs. I Sherman of Ashevilleis the
guest of Mrs. A, Kantrowitz at. her
home on 5th avenue. ' . :
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Messrs. A. G. and S.- B. McElhinney
I left this week for Hawks Park, Fla.,
'where they will remain during' the
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Mr. Gardner, who owns t home on
Sixth avenue met with a very painful
accident this week when he fell off
his worch roof and broke two ribs.
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Mrs. Dave Wells has been called to
Waynesville on account of the -death
of her nephew, a son of Clyde Ray of
that city.
Chief Powers Capture Fonr Soldiers
From . Camp n adsworth ,Sundayi
Four privates belonging to Camp
Wadsworth, at Spartanburg were cap
tured Sunday morning by Chief of Po
lice on complaint of a citizen by the
name of Wilbur Blackwell, who
claimed that he had been held up and
robbed. of about $14.00. It is alleg
ed that the boys held up another par
ty on the road from here to Spartan
burg. The men arrested were S. 'V. Hen
gel, W. G. Smith. James A. McCluny,
of company H 23rd infantry and Roy
Bamberger, company I 10th infantry
of the New Tor ktroops at Spartan
burg. As soon as the authorities of the
camps were notified Major T. H.
Staunton, and Lieuts. Chrittenden
and Kennedy came here and took the
prisoners back. The stolen money
wa srecovered.
It is said that the four men were
of the very roughest set of soldiers
from off the Bowery in New York city
and that they have given trouble be
fore. The penalty for the offense is
said to be several years in a federal
prison . i
LOST On or about October 4, a yel
low Jersey heifer calf, 18 months
old in Jim Davis' pasture, Jump off
mountain. Liberal reward, return
to O. G. Orr. . 10-18-3tp
'LOST On mountain road from
Greenville. S. C..- a rim with tire on
It 36 in.x4 1-2 in. or 37 in.x5 in.
for Caddilac car. Finder return it
to E. G. Mallard, Greenville, S. C,
and receive reward. 10-18-3tc
FOR SALE CHEAP One new two-
hovs "urrv and harness. Write or
see J. W. Sltzer Ealuda, N. C.
'JT? SALE Piano, cheap.. .Address
Mrs. D. T. Johnson. Fletcher, N. C.
Record for
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all tfiiiis Time Doiehs Enasiiness wit
IHeinideirsOEiiille CoEnce
he something ' it to Easf m
Big Game Stagred Afte rLapse of Two
Years Local. Fans Enthusiastic
v Blue Ridge School will play its
first foot ball game of the season the
coming Saturday when they compete
with the Asheville High School for
gridiron honors. In anticipation of
a hard, close game, the boys are
working faithfully each afternoon in
their efforts to, master the rudiments
of the game,.
The Asheville Citizen had the -following
to say about the game:
Ashevile High School and Blue
Ridge school, at Hendersonville, . will
resume athletic relations next Satur
day with a football game on the
grounds of the latter. This game
will be the first that has been played
between the two schools since 1915,
when Blue Ridge defeated the high
schoo learn in a game that was play
ed on the Blue Ridge grounds. Hopr
ing to even things up by a game on
the! rown gridiron, Asheville chal
lenged the "winners to another game.
They, however, did not feel that way
about it. and refuse to met the local
team again that season. Thereupon
the localite sdeclared that he school
in the neighboring resort could play
mumplepeg for the rest of their na
tural lives, but that another athletic
contest could never.be staged between
teams representing the two schools.
It now appears that good feelirig
asrain is existent between the two in
stitutions, and that they are now
a waiting a chance to embrace each
other on next' Saturday.
To Tnfre in Family Washing at 6 Sents
Per Pound, Rough Dry Work.
The Laundry Ice and Fuel company
announces in the advertising columns
of the Hustler that they have decided
to put down the price of family wash
ing to rock bottom. i
The yannounce that until further
notice all rough dry work will be de
livered at 6 cents per lb. This is less
than a great man wash women are
now charging and is a great deal
more sanitary.
Washington, Oct. 17. Pro-German
agents in the United States, accord
ing to reports to the treasury depart
ment, have directed their energies to
ward deefating the Liberty loan.
Their organized propanganda has
borne fruit, from Minnesota to Texas,
iti sasserted, in scattered ,locolities
where weak efforts have been made,
not openly, but by indirect methods
to discourage subscriptions.
The work of the pro-German agents,
officials assert, has been carried on
for more than two' weeks. Some of
the workers have had the temerity,
the reports indicate, to conduct their
operations here in the national capital.
24 Yeairs iini ftEe Job Firiinii!:
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a Good Set of Harness
Have you seen the wonderful NewLmes
? we are showing this Fall
An Ambition and a Record i
'P'HE needs of the South are identical with the needs
of the Southern Railway t tb growth and success of one means '
the upbuilding of the other. Qf Q !
The Southern Railway asks no farora no special privilege not j
accorded to others. i
The ambition of the Southern R&ilway Company Is to see that i
unity of interest tba' is bom of cooperation between tbe public and I
the railroads; to see perfected that fair and f rank policy in the manage J
ment of railroads which invites the confidence of governmental J
agencies; to realize that liberality of treatment which will enable it t
to cDtain toe additional capital neeaea tor tne acquisition or Dettet ana
enlarged facilities incident to the demand for increased and better
service; and, finally
To take Its niche in the body politic of the South alongside of
other great industries, with no more, but with equal liberties, equal
rights and equal opportunities.
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On Floor of the Ocean.
It Is believed that to an enormous
extent the bed of the ocean isr .covered
with lava and pumice stone. Still more
remarkable is It to find the floor of
the ocean covered in many parts with
the dust of meteorites. These bodies
whirl about In the heavens like minia
ture comets, anil are for the most part
broken ?iico innumerable frairmeats. .
A MissoucI Rule of Conduct.
So live that your f ormer sweethearts
dll point you out to their husbands
as the man they might have married.
Kansas O'tv Star- .
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"To 'Get into a Scrape.
The expression "to get into .
scrape" referred at one time to acj ,
one who fell into a deer-run in tfcl
forest. When deer run wild In tfcl '
forest they frequently cut deep gul '
lies among the trees, due to their coa
stant running backward and -forward
over the same ground. The cuts et
made in the forftst were known ej
"deer scrapes," and it sometimes hap
pened that a woodsman fell Into ther
to his great danger.
, ,. Strange.
Isn't It quee? The heaiLofUSf fto
tif has to foot the biH&

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