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Wake Forest Glee'
Club Coming On . Night Of Apr. 10 N BACK m if OUT SHERIFFS Hendersonville is to be treated to a rare musical feast. The Wake Forest Glee club is com ing on the night of April 10. This aggregation of 26 men of marked musical talents who have made their concerts something to be "greatly desired by North Carolinians, will be at the city hall at 9 o'clock on the night of April 10 and will ren der a delightful program in vocal, instrumental, classical and popular music in the interest of the local chapter of the Red Cross. Hender sonville is asked to bear the expenses of the club in the way of entertain ment and railroad fare to next jpoint, which will be Asheville. Tickets for seats will be placed on sale at the drug stores. The ticket window will also be open before the concert. The price of admission will be 50 cents for children as well as adults. .' This is considered quite a notable contribution from these musicians and in. view of their wide popularity and the worthy cause which they rep resent an overflowing crowd is ex pected. . . The hour was,, placed at 9 o'clock j so as to afford-church attendants an opportunity to enjoy the concert after church services. ssm. BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. On Saturday, April 6, the Board of Agriculture will meet at the court house. "We hope to have a good gathering of farmers at this; meet ing. It is almostplanting time and we hope to make this an interesting . ters you have construed as aTeflec- meetmg. We meet at 11 o clock and , tion upon yourself as a citizen and will not keep you very long. - TSv'ery j officer, I had just come, home from I On February 4, the' Asheville Cit izen published in its Washington correspondence, :wha -purported to be a letter written by J. H. Stephen son of Saluda, to Governor Bickett, Judge James E. Boyd, Collector of Internal Revenue, A. D. Watts and Commissioner of Internal "Revenue Daniel C. Roper, charging the sheriff of Polk county and the sheriff of Henderson county with being in sympathy with moonshiners, and ex pressing the opinion that the Feder al revenue officers would not re ceive any help from the local officers in theirefforts, if any they made, to suppress the moonshine business. The sheriffs of Polk 'and Henderson con strued what Mr. Stephenson had to say in his letter as a reflection upon them ac public officials, and they took the matter up with Mr. Stephenson, with the result that he has exoner ated the sheriff of this county and Polk completely. Here is a letter that he has written to the sheriff of this eounty, which needsno com ments: - Saluda, N. C. .March 30th, 1918. Mr. M. Allard Case, Hendersonville, N. C. k Dear Sir: At the time I wrote the letters to Governor Bickett, Judge Boyd, Collector Watts and Commis sioner of Internal Revenue, Daniel C. Ropert the contents of which let- ri r OVER THE LAND OF THE LONG LEAF PHIE SHORT NOTES OF INTEREST TO . CAROLINIANS. ' . Republicans Met in County Session . Matthew S. Sasser, carpenter, 61, Mount Olive, N. C., was asphyxiated in a rooming fiouse at Richmond as a result "of blowing out the gas before retiring. That was the conclusion reached by ' Coroner Whitfield after making an investigation. The Republican ' county conven- ftion, held Saturday .in the eourx house, was well attended and much "interest was shown. The number and character of the delegates arid others who were present, gave favorable in dications for a more than .usually successful, campaign this year. The meeting was' called to order bv R. H. Staton, county cnairman Of interest toj,rgani2eci merchants j t unanimously elected Carolina, is the announcement by Sec retary rJ Paul Leonard, of Statesville, that the State Merchants Association will hold its 1918 convention at Wrightsville Beach June 18, 19 and 20. Fred P: Latham, of Belhaven, presi dent of the Farmers ancbFarm Wom en's State Association, is making elab orate plans for the big convention that Is to be held by the farmers and their wives at.State College, Raleigh, during the latter part of August. Family Bible refuse to lie. At least this is the, declaration, of United States Commissioner Hugh Scarlett, who detected an effort to change birth dates in the family. Bible of Wil: liam Williams, colored, of . Person county. Williams was before the com missioner on a charge of violating the selective v draft by failing to register. I " C 4-,n wmtiirior unrl A. as cnairmaii uj- iuc uittn6i O. Jones as secretary. resolutions were adouted: - hv the Renublicans of Henderson county in convention as sembled on this 30th day of March, 1918: . 1. That we greatly deplore the un fortunate state of affairs which led this country into the great world war that has been in progress for nearly four years, but that -srnce the United States, by the constitu tional authorities of our govern ment, has declared war on a foreign nation, and since, by reason pf such action of our constitutional author ities' we have been engaged in the war for the past twelve months and are still engaged .therein, we put ourselves on record here and now as . . . A J. F. Armisted. fiscal azent fro th : favoring a most vigorous prosecuiion Empire Steel Company, aNorth Caro- j of said war to a speedy and success lina corporaton, is being sought by of-Jful determination; and to that end ficers of Wake county who have war-'we pledge our-loyal and unswerving rents for his arrest in arrest and bail ! snnnort to the roverrimeni of the ex : . - . . one come out and help, make the meeting worth something 'to the far mers. - , FRANK FLEMING, -Secretary. ajob of work I had been'on, and- be-r came vexed and worried about what I was told relative to alleged viola tions of the liquor laws ."and l?'hile. in that-state of mind, I wrote tire lpffprR referred to. and mrirlp state- in ffcniT "PACOAbcTCjM i nlents which miSht be construed as a 1U OAoLrAnu I o I reflection upon you. I want to say FOR LIVER AND BOWELS now, however, that I did not intend Cure ick Headache, Constipation, Biliousness, Sour Stomach, Bad . cream ianay uatnartic. i No odds how bad your liver, stomach or bowels"; hov. much your . head aches, how miserable . you are from constipa tion, indigestion, biliousness and slug gish bowels you alwa-3 get relief with Cascarets. They immediately cleanse and regulate the stomach, remove the sour, fermenting food and foul gases; take the excess bile from the liver and carry off the constipated waste matter and poison from the intestines and bowels. A 10-cent box from your drug gist will keepyour liver and bowels clean; stomach sweet and head clear for months. They work while you' sleep. " proceedings, the warant being sworn out by persons who have purchased stock in the corporation on alleged representations. Traffic officer J. T. Dwycr, of the ' Charlotte police department has in his possession an adz which waa used, by his grandfather, Thomas K. Dwyer, in helping to build the Merrimac near Norfolk, .Va , during the war between the states. "Mr. Dwyer prizes the old ; the Congress of the United" States; .:relic very highly, and members cf the : and we urge him to again become United States. ' 2. That we greatly deplore tne fact that Hon. James J. Britt has not been permitted to represent the peo ple of the Tenth district in the pres ent Congress, since a majority of the voters of said district in the last general election said by their ac tion at the polls that they wanted him to represent their interests in police department were recently gven an opportunity'to inspect t. The man who invented the sewing machine achieved what he was after and 'do not now intend that y$tnnrihe stopped trying to imitate the should understand or that the pub lic should understand "that" I make any charge whatever which would reflect on the character' of- your self or Sheriff Robertson, either as individuals or public officials. I am in favor of and I believe all good citi- : zens should be in favor of putting forth all reasonable efforts 0 en force the laws against the illegal traffic in whiskey. , .- In conclusion let me say that I hope this letter will be satisfactory to you, as I did not, as stated above, i intend to .reflect upon your char acter as an individual or officer. Yours very truly, J. H. STEPHENSON. human hand. If you go into a factory yoa will see - machines doing things which only human skill could do bu tf a 6hoi-t time nso, but the.processes are quite different from the manual meth od. The Inventors have ilscn superior to the formulae that nature would seem to hnve laid down for them. Is your barn a cotton warehouse? WHEN you store a ton of old style cottonseed hulls you "give space to almost 500 pounds of lint and all the extra bulk that the lint causes. When you store a ton of v - COTTONSEED U U ILLS LINTLESS you ve' space to 2000 pounds of real roughage, free from lint, compact, concentrated, solid. Buckeye Hulls saje half your storage space or. enable you to carry, twice as much roughage. -. - Other Advantages 2000 pounds of roughage value Better assimilation of other food. to the ton--not 1500. . No trash or dust. Priced much less per ton. . Sacked easy to handle. Every pound goes farther. ' ; Mixjwell with other forage. Mr. John Wicker, Forest, Miss., soya: , s that ?iis first experience in feeding Buckeye Hulls was unsatisfactory as he fed them improperly. He now soaks the hulls over night, then feeds them and has very satisfactory results. Mr. Wicker states that these hulls are more economical than the old style hulls and thinks that they go almost twice as far as the old style hulls at a considerably less cost to "begin with. To secure (he best results and to develop the ensilage odor, wet the hats thoroughly twelve hours before feeding. It is easy to do this by wetting them down night and moraine for the next feeding. If at any time this cannot be done, wet down at least thirty minutes. If you prefer to feed the hulls dry, use only half much by bulk as of old style hails. Book of Mixed Feeds Free Gives the right formula for every combination of feeds used in the South. Tells how much to feed for maintenancefor milk, for fat tening, for work. Describes Buckeye Hulls and gives directions for using them properly. Send for your copy to the nearest mill. Dept. r The Buckeye Cotton Oil Co. d. Atlanta Birmingham Greenwood Little Rock Af,mni;a Aagatta CharlotU Jackson Macon sSm After deliberating on the matter, the city commissioners of Asheville an nounced, their decision to close all the pool rooms and bowling alleys" of the city on. June 1 by refusing to issue new license for the next fiscal year. This action is taken as a war measure, a large number of citizen fit the city having appeared before the board to ask them to close these places for, the reason that they promoted idleness and crime. The advocates of cattle tick in Cra ven county, that Is those who are op posed to the dipping vat route to de struction of this, pest, have launched, their offensive against the, govern ment's campaign to eradicate the tick by dynamiting our vats. One was destroyed on the farm of Mr. W. R.T Pate about ' nine miles east of New Bern and the other three were a few miles further west. The -dentity of the dynamiters is unknown. "Out of the tragedy of war there can come no compensation, but there may .come out of it some things that will lift us up and show ub that no man loves anything he will not die for," said Secretary of the Navy Jo sephus Daniels In an address before the students of the State College of Agriculture and Engineering. He championed the cause of the Americas youth, vouching for the high, purpose, the patriotic spirit, -and the zeal of the young menf today, who, he de clared, are "worthy of the men who won the liberties which now hang in the balance." Th body "of Charles Thompson, 8-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thompson, of Burlington, after bein In the water 73 days, was found just below the dam at Swepsonville. Jan-uary-12, the boy, with some compan ions, was walking some planks used for inspecting under , the railroad tres tle at Haw River and he lost his bal ance and fell forty feet Mo the water below. : t Efforts are being made to put t work the 2,000 Interned Germans at Hot Springs.; . - - ' The war department authorized an nouncement that ten officers of the medical-reserve corps have been or dered to proceed to Asheville, N.--C, to take charge of the United States army hospital-tit Knilworth Inn. That 95 pr cent of the bridges In North Carolina are unsafe for all kinds of traffic, Is th declaration of W. S. Fallie, of Raleigh, head nf th. state highway commission, who fully I tuacusse orioge building before the- regular meeting of. the North Caro lina club. the standard bearerof the Republi cans of the. Tenth district this year, in which event "we pledge him our loyal support, and appeal to the "peo ple of the. district to right the greatj wrong that-was done him in 1916. Delegates to the State, Congres sional, Judicial and Senatorial con ventions were elected. The following resolution was adop ted: . That, whereas it is very expensive both to candidates and -to the tax payers of the county, to hold prima ries' to nominate, county candidates, and we believe it to be for the best interest of the party that candidates this year be selected by pre-primaryj conventions; therefore, be it resolv-j ed that it is the sense of this' con- j vention that a convention of the Re- 1 publicans of the county be held some time about the 1st to 10th of May to say who our county candidates shall be this year ; and we ask the county executive committee to meet and call a county convention for said purpose. wss ilhe IS A feEAUTY LET -With all themodern equipments this car out classes anything on the market for $696.20. delivered to your door in Hendersonville. LET ME DEMONSTRATE FOR YOU A. C. TiBE AU Patterson BId'g. M . :.. -----JJ." r -""ir,: ,""-"""J -rrr1 I Can MlseJoflGf? If you need a thousand or so see us at onc6. We have one of the " easiest money loaning plans in exis- - .--- tance. $100,000 to loan at. 6 percent. Smith, Jackson S Morris Co. OW PEA They make Poor Land Rich; and make Good Land More Productive - Cow Peas make one of the largest yielding forage crops ever grown. There is no cheaper, means of improving and increasinglhe productiveness of our soils than by growing COW PEAS. . To grow for Hay they are the most valuable as they j'ield an immense quantity of feed cf the best quality -and produces a crcp in so shcrt a time. We have just received a carload of differ ent varieties. HOUSTON & SON NEAR DEPOT PHONE 205 Tax Listers for Henderson Co. LOOK OUT FOR Irownstone The EnglisH Hackney Stallion He may be seen at John Smather's Shop on Saturdays during April and May-the other week days at my stables on the Haywood road. Service fee $10.00. E. H. SUMMEY, Owner Jury List for Next Court Term Following are the tax listers for the various townships of this-county: Blue Ridge, G. F. Clark. Clear Creek, R. C. Hill. Crab Creek, T. A. Drake, jr. Edneyville, L. R. Rhodes. Green Riven, A. W. -Russell. and B. F. Hood. ' FollowinS 18 the hst of jurors for wc nir t xt r 11 tne next term oi tne superior court Hoopers Creek, J. N. RusselL u...0 .e Millc T?i TVT S A.l- wmcii win cuiiveue may .o xur vne 'WSS " 1 1 I FIRST-WEEK - Changes His Mind. iIVi " : jrr"' sense until he comes across an old love Pamter L Vhitesides, H. C. Jones, letter he wrote to his wife during ' R E Merrell J- F- Byers, J. E. courtship. I Peace, Perry McDowell,- J. B. Wil liams, C. . Cf McCall, H. 0. Robert son, J. C. Owensby, W. S. Byers, J. H. Fore, J. H. Murray, Z. B. Jus tus, J. M. Rhodes, J. E. Youngblood, L. P. Cairnes, R. J. Harden, C. J IJeatherly. SECOND WEEK J. H. Beck, D. W. McCall, F. M. Nicholson, D. W. Owens, D. H. patricic,- H. 'L. Maybin, G. E. Hyd. J. L. Peace.' J- F. Justice, P. S. Ka sey, W. M. Owens, E. E. Rose". S. P. Jones, T. Allison, J. K, Hf gins, a J. Justus, M. ft. Nix- No Better Drinks Sold Than-- lliii ii IN BOTTLES 5c , - " As a Hendersonville enterprise w VilJ apredate your support. We are cperatirg an up-to-date,p!ant; our bottles are all thoroughly sterilized, well wesred, erd are ab solutely xlecn before we fill them, and each bottle is carefully inspected before we ' v 'allow it to go out Just One Trial Will Convince You Sold at All Soft Drink Dealers . NEW MANAGEMENT NEW DRINKS NEW 'MACHINERY mttlma PHONE 11 Go mpany