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VOL. XXV, NO. 22
To All Adult Citizens of the City of
In accordance with the proclama
tions of the President of the United
States and of the Governor of North
Carolina and in cheerful compliance
with the request of the Governor of
North Carolina, I. C. E. Brooks,
Mayor, do hereby designate the per
iod beginning Saturday, June 22, and
ending Friday, June 28, as War Sav
ings Week for the city of Henderson
ville, North Carolina.
I respectfully request every minis
ter of the Gospel, Superintendent of
Sunday School, and teacher of an
adult Bible Class, on Sunday, June
23, to speak definitely about the War
Savings campaign and urge the neces
sity of responding liberally In pledges
to purchase War Savings Stamps.
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I earnestly appeal to all employers
of labor to inform their employees
about the special campaign and en
courage them to help win the War by
saving, economizing, and investing
regularly in War Savings Stamps.
I call attention to the fact that
every citizen so notified is expected
to go to the schoolhouse of his dis
trict on Friday, June 2S, at 6 p. m
and also to the fact that a record of
the attendance and proceedings of the
meeting at his schoolhouse is to be
made and preserved.
I urge all citizens of Henderson
ville, with one accord, to work to
gether to the end that, during the pe
riod designated above, the entire
quota of War Savings Stamps appor
tioned to Hendersonville, which is
$20.00 per capita, may be secured in
purchases and pledges by Friday,
June 28.
Done in the city of Hendersonville
on the 18 day of June, 1918.
By G. W. BROOKS, 1 Mayor.
The pastors of the various churches
of th city have arranged for a pa
triotic service for all the citizens of
the community to be held at the
Methodist Church next Sunday after
noon a.t four o'clock.
The following: is the tiroeram:
Hymn "All Hail the Power of Jesus
Scripture Lesson, Rev. Mr. Wingard
Grayer by Rev. C. S. Blackburn.
Music by Choir, "The Star Spangled
Address by JRev. J. W. Belk;
Kymn "God Save Our Men" (Tune
America). . ,
Prayer and Benediction by Dr.
E. E. Bomar.
The members of the choirs of the
city are urgently requested to be
I resent and assist in the music.
On Wednesday June 26, at 4:00 p.m.
the Woman's club will have a card
Party at the Community club bulld
og. The proceeds from this party
yill be used for kit bags . for the
"rafted men. Everyone is cordially
invited, and anyone wishing to get up
a table will please notify Mrs. Frank
wbank. Admission 35 cents.
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Vice Chairman Nw York State Wo
man Suffrage Party.
The New Yoiik -State Woman Suf
frage party, sirvoe tt finished its great
task of carrying Hew York state for
has devoted itself
exclusively to war
work and various
forms of civic, and
patriotic service.
We have recently
sent the first wo
man's hospital unit
abroad from the
J United States.
This unit is the
War Baby of the
National Woman
Mrs.-J. L. Laidlaw. wi wlch
we are afuliated.
We have Just held a great naval and
military meet at Madison Square Gar
den, where a large sum was raised for
this remarkable unit, which has sailed
t do such valuable work in France.
Every person in it, even to the plumb
ers and mechanics, are women, and
they volunteered for dangerous service.
Other branches of our war service
bave been an Intensive food conserva
tion campaign and the War-Savings
Stamps campaign. In all this active
patriotic work we feel inspired with
the thought of our own chairman,
"Mrs. Jforman deB. Whltehouse, abroad
on an important government mission
and , many others of the rank and file
of our women who are engaged In -devoted
service" "over there."
Citixenship Schools.
Another interesting branch of our
work Is ,the great university extension
of citizenship. Schools are being held
throughout the state under our Educa
tional Committee.
Another line of work is that of our
Intelligence Committee, which lists of
ficials of all political parties and all
men in every township and county In
the state who have run or are to run
for office. It is believed this commit
tee will become extremely intelligent
as time goes on, and Its intelligence
will react on the civic welfare of the
state most tellingly.
Our Americanization Committee has
Issued some very effective and educa
tional literature and Is organizing In
every center and community where
there are foreign groups.
Maintaining Morale.
We realize that a great part of a na
tion's war time efficieicy is In keeping
life normal and efficient at home. In
the last analysis that nation which entertained the society on the up
keeps mcst nearly steady and normal E:airs veranda overlooking the moun
In Its Industrial and domestic life will tiins. The work for the summer was
maintain that morale which will win outlined and the rest of the time was
the war for It spent In sewing and chatting. Punch
The .work of the Rural Problems and war cake were served before the
Committee perhaps Is of particular in- society adjourned. The next meeting
terest In this publication which is be- 5? th Urs. J- F. Brooks on the
tag sent out. by the National Security following Thursday afternoon fit 4
Lie&gue. very lew pwyiv iu mo tvuu
try have stopped to realize how in our
bodv politic the rural committees are
discriminated against In the matter oi
socializing forces. Our great cities day afternoon, with tact that was de
have their .amusements, their munici- lightful, a large number of the mem
pal halls and baths, their community bers from the First Baptist church
kitchens, their public libraries and lec- dropped around to see Dr. Bomar and
ture courses and innumerable settle- family. They remained long enough
ments and clubs where people are t0 hands and to greet them for
drawn together and stimulated men- tororo!8' Amplf "M?18
, , .. ,, . . . were brought for the nantrv. inr!"-
tally and spiritually We feel that SUDstantials ot flou meal
some of these advantages should be and ham and other good ror
brousht to the country districts. the table.
Any rural woman who wants to be
put in toucn wim uur ieKmue uui-
letin, with oar -correspondence courses
In civic education or any Information
in reference to the work of the Wo
man Suffrage party should write to
that organization 303 Fifth avenue,
New 'York city.
Buy War Savings Stamps.
Buy War Savings Stamps.
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The following men will entrain tXZ
jCamp Jackson, Columbia, next Tufes
fternoon. ! White men .
Gurley Levi, Zirconia. - v
Richard G. R. Bly the, Hendersonville.
Charles Pace, Hendersonville.
Austin Vernon, Zirconia.
Everett C. Clouse, Hendersonville.w
Edward L. Staton, Saluda.
James O. Bowers, Edneyville. y
'James H. Waters, Tuxedo.
Jeff J. Rhodes, Hillgirt.
Ttomas W. Smith, Etowah. :
John F. Clemont, Asheville.
James O. Maybin, Zirconia.
Grady W. Allison, Horse Shoe.
Eugene Israel, Fletcher. i
Geo. Clifford Field, Akron, Ohio.
John F. McDermid, Hendersonville.
Chas, E. Campfiel4, Youngstown, O.
Haie Shipman. Fletcher.
Thomas E Whitaker, Horse Shoe.'
Robert Staton, Hendersonville.
Dock Morgan, Flat Rock.
Robert P. Levi, Knoxville, Tenn.
Hiram R. Jackson, Sacanon.
Elder A. Spence, Balfour.
Harley Andrews, Zirconia.
Harrison R. Orr, Blantyre.
Ralph Mintz, Hendersonville.
Charles H. Pinner, Asheville.
Gerlie Shipman, Horse Shoe.
Allard R. Ross, Hendersonville.
John E. Case, Dana.
James Vaughn, Hendersonville.
Yancy L. Gilliam, Appalachia, Va.
John Brunson Gilbert, Edneyville.
William K. M. Sizemore, Rosman.
John T. Shipman, East Flat Rock.
Thomas B, Hill, Bear Wallow.
Tillman A. Presswood, Wichica, Kas.
James E. Pray tor, Fletcher.
Samuel H. Orr, Rlantyr.
William Eade, Etowah,
John Will Bryman. Hendersonville.
John C. Thompson, Charlotte.
William E. McDermid, Hendersonville
Solomon O. Revis, Hendersonville.
Henry Pressley, Hendersonville.
Hugh J. Barber, Philadelphia, Pa. '. r
Columbus' P. Maybin, Zirconia.
Gertha Trammel!, Etowah.
Arthoa Tankersley, Zirconia. .
- Claude H v Justus, Arden ajL'vC3
Leland T. Pace, Zirconia.
Charles T. Cobb, Troy, N. Y.
George C. Salles, Fletcher.
James S. Cagle, Hendersonville.
Lindsay N. Merrill, Barberton, Ohkx.
Frank Pitts, Saluda.
John M. Waters, Zirconia.
Grover C. Burrell, Tuxedo.
McDonald C. Youmans, Hendersonv'l
Colored men
Sidney Jackson, Hendersonville.
Joe Mills, Fletcher.
Sam Green, Hendersonville.
Fair Rice, Hendersonville.
Huntei Gentry, Hendersonville.
Archie Potts, Flat Rock.
William C. Tracy, Spokane, Wash.
Elbert Lynch. Horse Shoe,
The regular meeting of the Pastor's
Aid society of the First Baptist
hurch was held last Thursday af
ernoon at the residence of Mrs. F. E.
Curtis. The hospital meeting,, at the
same time, prevented many of the
womhero frnm attain rf in tr Tra Pnrfia
At the Bantist Darsonaee last Fri-
Dr. Bom?r aM family Tore entr-j
iamea at me jventucjry Home ior
supper, together with some of the
memoers or tne congregation
The mother's class of the First
Baptist Sunday school hold a prayer
service at the different homes every
Friday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock. A
cordial invitation is extended to at
tend these services. Last Friday af
ternoon the ladies met with Mrs. A.
H. Burckmeyer. The service was
conducted by Mrs. R. N. Pratt. The
rext meeting, Friday, June 21. will b
jwitn Mrs. Wm, C. Powell on Fourth
arcuue west.
Mrs. Frank Randall entertained
last Thursday afternoon at Mountain
Side Park with a birthday picnic for
her daughter, Estelle Nelson. A doz
en little friends were taken to the
park on a motor truck by Mr. Ran
dall. After luncheon was served the
ntue ioiks were carried
homes by Mr. Randall.
to their
Make a tatriot twi
,.the county over the top? 7 C
(Contributed by ALBERT PAYSON
TERHUNE. author and globe-trotter,
to ;the National Security League's
campaign of Patriotism Through Edu
, Germany's victory would mean all
that the alarmists have said the set
back of humanity, democracy, civiliza
tion, rights of man, etc But, to Amer
ica, it would mean Infinitely more.
It would mean oar -first national de
feat; and, thus, would smash our per
fect record for vlctorles a record as
. old as our nation a record that, means
more than the right to brag. Even as
a beaten army never wholly regains its
old form even as a beaten ring cham
pion sinks at once into desuetude so
our nation (its traditions of victory
gone) would suffer far worse deteriora
tion than the mere fact of defeat could
r It would mean that the man who has
risked all in his country's struggle for
Right could never again feel his former
calm certainty that Right must tri
umph. Thus, the moral tone of the in
dividual, as well as of the nation,
would Inevitably be lowered.
This country has never embarked In
a war of conquest From 1775 to the
present we have fought for Liberty or
for Union or for the Oppressed ever,
for some sterling principle of right.
From childhood we have been taught;
to believe that the high unselfishness
of our war aims has given us the vic
tory. We have seen the decay or de
struction of men and nations that have
battled for dominion as Germany Is
now battling. Should we fall In this,
our mightiest war for the Right, the
average man must lose forever the
simple Faith which has led our dear
country from nothingness to its pres
ent estate. For that Faith, more than
for. anything else, our sacrifice Is a
hundredfold Justified. - ..
Your Country Calls ! $
Awake, Americans!
Make this war your war, .
Every man must prove
Right Is Might
It means your liberty, if not your KSe.
Combat German propaganda here.
Attack everything un-American 1
Great Wheat Stocks
It's the shortage In ships that
is putting the Allies and the
United States on wheat rations.
Great stocks of wheat are iso
lated in India, and Australia. At
great sacrifice in ship space and
use the Allies are forced to se
cure some wheat from Argentina.
On January 1 Australia bad
stored. 100,000,000 bushels of
wheat that was ready for ex
port but there were no ships.
Then came the new crop with
an exportable surplus of 80,000,
000 bushels. Now Australia has
approximately 180,000,000 bush
els waiting for ships.
India, at the same time, had
70,000,000 bushels of wheat
Btored for export During April
50,000,000 bushels more out of
the new crop will be added to
the pile.
Argentina closed the last ship
ping season with 11,000,000
bushels of wheat left In the
stock available for export The
new crop will add 185,000,000 to
the left over.
It Is not a problem that the
wheat does not , exist in the
world It Is entirely a problem
of shipping, which has thrown on
America the obligation of divid
ing our stock with the Allies.
Sam T. Hodges went to Greenville
Vednesday and arranged with the au
horitles at Camp Sevier to have a
0 piece military band here for the
arade and night exercises. This
romises to be the greatest musical
vent in the history of - Henderson
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Bro wnlow Jackson
Outlines The War
Savings Campaign
Great Preparations Being Made;
Many Speakers to be Heard.
Preparations are under way for the
great War Savings stamps drive
which - will : be here all next week,
June 23-29. . Arrangements have been
made to have every school in every
district visited by some speaker, dur
ing the week. Most of the speakers
will be local.
A plan has "been worked out so as
to give every man, woman and child
in the county an opportunity to
pledge something. Every individual
who has an income of any amount
will be expected to respond. Only
pledges will be taken and these can
be paid any time during the year.
Rev. Dr. E. K. Harding, pastor of
the Central Methodist Church, Ashe
ville, will deliver an address at me
city hall in interest of the drive on
Friday night, June 21, at 8:30 o'clocs.
Judge J. C. Pritchard, of Asheville.
will speak at the .city hall Friday
night, June 28, at 8:30 o'clock. Rev.
Dr. W. F. Powell, also of Asheville.
will deliver an address on the same
night at the city' hall. All these are
good speakers and the public is urged
to attend; all meetings.
The president and. governor and the
county chairman have requested that
all ministers preach a patriotic ser
mon next Sunday and impress upon
the people the full significance of this
great undertaking.
At the Methodist church next Sun
day afternoon at 4:00 o'clock there
will be a union meeting and the pun
lie is cordially invited to attend.
It will take a great amount of
work all the week and every man is
urged to devote as much of his time
as possible to this work; All help
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will be needed, so the people are
urged to divert some of their energy
from their own interests and help
this great work. v
Brownlow Jackson, county chair
man of the war savings stamp com
mittee, in conversation with a Hust
ler reporter, says that all the town
ship chairmen have assured him that
they will raise their quota and he ex
pressed the assurance that the full
quota would be raised and that Hen
derson county would go over the top
without a hitch.
The quota for Henderson county is
$357,000, of which only 10 per cent
has been raised up to the present
time. This is a pledge campaign
rather than a campaign to secure
cash money. The pledges will be
taken during the next week and the
privilege of paying for the stamps at
any time during the year will be
given. Under this plan every one will
be benefitted 'and the stamps will be
vithin the reach of all. . ' ,
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f Preparations are being made for a
'great patriotic parade which will be
Friday afternoon, June 21, in Hen
dersonville. This -parade will be in
interest of the great War Saving
stamps drive which will be carried
on the entire week of June 23-29.
During this time Henderson county
is expected to subscribe her quota of
War Savings stamps and clear her
record. .
The parade will form on North
Main street at 5:30. p. m. and will
start at 6 p. m. sharp, so let . those
vho expect to be in the parade to be
on time and save delay. A military
band will be on hand and there will
be plenty. of good music.
Dr. Hardin, of Asheville will be
there and will deliver an address at
the- opera house at 8:30 o'clock.'
Everybody is urged to attend for his
talk should interest every individual.
The Freeze-Bacon Hosiery Mill,
Skyland Hosiery Mill, Gray Hosiery
Mill and Green River Manufacturing
Company have volunteered to lend
their employees for use in the parade.
. All those who have automobiles
and aret willing to offer them for
carrying mothers of soldiers and
Confederate Veteran will please send
your name to K. G. Morris. All those
who can possibly do so are urged to
respond .
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