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The Hustler Contains More ' Henderson County Iews Than AH Other Newspapers Combined
C!AR SAYINGS STAilPS ISSUED BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRICE FIVE CENTS . XXvTnO. 26 V HENDERSON VILLE. N. C. THURSDAY, JULY 18, 9B DR A FTFFS ,;T , ... ... -ViPr t Mi f " Hilfr fill! tsv,.- v$r; f Iff La f U ", '.T ' ' , , vv , .jw,,.!,,.,,,.,. fc4 tiirnairnnAM m--: - -:',r'--P ...4J Alt The latest draft, "which is dated July -4' is the keaTiest on record for Henderson county. The, call is for 101 white men, who will report at the city hall at 10 a. m. July 24, and will leave Hendersonville at 4:35 on the same evening for Camp Han cock, near Augusta, Ga. The fol lowing is a list of the men who will leave on that date: 47 Hayes, Harry Bedillion Jr Fletcher, R. 1. 146 Evans, Wiley Neal, Hen dersonville, R. 5. 2ll Barnwell, Ragan, Fletcher. 260 Rogers, Delvert, Hender sonville. 287 Thompson, Manson Charles, Hendersonville. 293 Hefner, Walter Fulton, Hendersonville, R. 5. 330 Drake, Robert Alex, Hen dersonville. 3S9 Jones, Wm. Jethro, Flat Sock. 342 Bell, Geo. Edw., Etowah. Hendersonville, R. 1. 353 Morrison, Claude Alex ander, Flat Rock. 3-57' Williams, . Turner, Edney- ville. 386 Flack, Hoke, Edneyville. 393 Orr, Robert Lewis, Blan tyre. 41 9 Gilliam, . Few, Henderson-.. viIIe,JR. 2. ": 438 Lamb, Jasper Oval, Hen dersonville. 463 Bane, Elbert Tillman, Zir conia. 465 Sitton, Bishop Noble, Day ton, Ohio. 502 Justus, Walter Futhis, Flat Rock, R. 1. 517 Osteen, Thos. Jefferson, Etowah. 619 Capps, Webster Elmore, Zirconia, R. 1. 621 Sinclair, Luther ilalone, Gerton. 763 Britton, Berkley Francis, Naples. 794 Pittillo, Arthur Pinekney, Hendersonville. 797 Pittillo, Claude Duffy, Hen dersonville, R. 2. S38 Brittain, Joseph Trigg, Danville, Va. 35 King, Dock, Henderson ville. 908 Mc Craw, Wm. Edgar, Whit- 317 Shipman, Seldon Edgar, Hendersonville, R. 1. 924 Patty, Daniel Elijah, Salis bury. 9-6 Meece, Arthur, Arden. 931 Brock, Willard Clarence, "vVonh. 939 Seville, l JameB ' . Edwardv Elizabeth City. ' " "', 944 Gates, Roy Raymond, Richmond. Va. 949 JffoQre, Benjamin Harrison, Hendersonville, Jl. 6. 3o3 Sinclair, Charlie Bunion, Barbortcn. Ohio. J71 Hudson, Preston, Fletcher. r -v J ' - I-iutcnison, Ral-ph, tw, Ohio. Barber- 47 Mason, William Solomon, dcrsonville. J ' Nelson, nd-rsonville. 973 Whitaker, H,3re Shoe. Joseph Henry, Edgar Carl, J s 'Lamb, Treasons, Edney- TT 90 Lyda, Meredith -"-dersonville, R. 2. Colman, 1 Garren, Geo Claudius, Hen- nville. J91A Orr, Geo. Wm., Henderson- 992 Sinclair, Wm. Brookshire, Locord, Ga. 998 Bryson, Robt. L., Fletcher. 1 006- Holrlfm Wv, TT "I T 1008 Murray, Lewis Franklin, hendersonville. ch0"0Garland' Raymond. Flet- Spri0nrShOOk' Pricha' H0t 38 Bryan, '.Roy Xee, Header- fSS??3rffi Hill JrZlm .n.oM.iin.nm i. 7 I M 1,1 1 J - !5 1 ill ! left fi zzZZZ$zs 1 Steel cargo ship Galesburg, "7,500 tons, launched at Mariner's Harbor, Statea Island. 2 Observers at Amer ican outpost station In Prance, frotected by antiaircraft gunners. S On -of the" -great Handley-Page bombing ma chines of the British air force 3eing prepared for. a raid . - . f.'-.i . sonville 1042 -Duncan, Merritt, Horse Shoe. 1052Pace, Rupy Frank, Zir conia. 1056 Bell, Geo. Tanney, Saluda. 1069 Oliver, Hilliard, Etowah, R. 1. 1077-11, Milas Fidiffie, IFlat Rock, R?l. 1081 Revis, James Van, Hender sonville, R. 6. 1096 Moffitt, Clark, Horse Shoe. 1097 rStroup, Emory Silas, I Spartanburg, S. C. . :jX P??rThoinp8orit; Piiralo 3Iitchell, Spartanburg, S. C. 1100 Justus, Wm. Rosco, Hen dersonville, R. 1. 1101 Patterson, Herman, Hen dersonville. 1106 Orr, Glover Victor, Etowah. 1109 Garren, Geo. Williamson, Hendersonville, R. 2. 1111 Cagle, Dixon .Parley, Fletcher, R. 1. 1116 Case, Harvey Lee, Hender sonville, R. 2. 1120 Brown, Drexell, Etowah. 1122 Edmundson, Seth, Horse Shoe. 1135 Blackwell, Otho SIcKinley, Flat Rock. 1142 Staton, Joseph Matthew, Saluda. 1143 Shope, Alonzo, Arden. 1146 Cantrell, William Craw ford, Hendersonville, R. 1. 1147, Hardin, Geo., Henderson ville. 1149 Lance, Lemuel Grant, Arden. 1154 Redden, Raymond DUe, Zir conia. 1155' Capps, Rupy Curtis, Zir conia. 1159 Pace, Bunion, Saluda. 1160 Holbert, Arthur Walter, Horse Shoe, R. 2. 1164 Crook, Pearson, "Ardea. fVv-rvr-i ' . J isneviiie. 1169 Corpening, Guy W.f"Dan xille, Va. 1170 Wall, Fred Simeon, Gerton. 1122 Stepp, Spurgeon LynclP, Flat Rock, R. 1. 1183 Blackwell, R. McKinley, Greenville, S. C. 1110 Spicer, Columbus, Edney ville. 1192 Hoots, Killiard Clayton, EdneyvfRe. 1133 Eowen, Clyde William, Horse Shoe. 11 1194 McCali, Joe Henry, Chester, S. C. layes, iwrenpe UTeaencJc, . X1 ien;iier. 1199 Hutchison, John H., Hen dersonville, R. 2. 1200 Dunlap, Jefferson, Hillgert. 1202 Ward, Henry Thos, Saluda. 1203 Bell, Mark Richard, Saluda. 1209 Smith, Robt. G., Atlanta Ga. 1209 King, Saml. Franklin, Hen dersonville. 1216; Moffit, Julian Hawkins, Williamburg, Va. 1218 Hooper, Walter Grady, Fletcher. 1219 Stepp, James Arthur, East ! Flat Rock. 1224 Blackwell, Robert Lee, Greenville, S. 'C. 1225 -Jones, Carl McKinley, rf Tig as .IaggP-J WOOD WORKERS AFFECTED 111 DRAFT STANDING The Pace Wood & Timber com pany has just received word from Washington that industries manu facturing extracts for the tanning .of leather for government need are most essential and must be "kept in operation. An extract from the letter says: "Labor is necessary and the loss of a skilled employe means delayed "prooMolarTa -"dtfe'to the" essentialness of these industries the War 'Department has ruled that skill- ed employes in these necessary in dustries within draft age should be , classification. granted deferred Futher that men subject to the selective draft employed in 'the pro duction of raw materials for or the manufacture of extracts ifor tan ning government leather, should be granted deferred classification." The Pace Wood & Timber . com pany finding its business affected to a considerable degree and especially at Del Reo, Tenn., communicated with Washington authorities to ascertain the latest ruling, which will affect the draft liability of quite a large number of men. INTERURBAN COMPANY , HAS NEW MANAGER Glover T. Orr, who has for sev eral vears been conduptirrp". a livprv and auto business in this city, has s u .v. bought one-fourth interest in the Hendersonville-Asheville Interurban company and is now manager of the company. Since Mr. Orr has taken charge, the company has ordered two more 12 passenger trucks which will be put into service as soon as they arrive. ;Vhe; .company? is also contemplate ing establishing a bus line from Asheville to Greenville. Two busses have been ordered for this line, one of 18 passenger capacity and the other of 12 passenger capacity. The present officers of the com pany are J. O. Bell, !T. Mack Rhodes, 3. Jackson and Glover . T. Orr. TWO MORE JOIN NAVY "Homer Ashworth Freeman and Loraine Lonzo Hamilton, both of this -place have enlisted at the naval reeruiting station at Asheville as apprentice seamen. It is understood that this month has been a record breater f or the reCruiting station Flat Rock, R. 1. 1226; Cantrell, Joe, Henderson ville. 1232 Morrison, Thomas, Edney ville. 1233 Moore, Lola Liston, Horse Shoe. 1237 Stepp, Harrison Pinkney, 1238 Whitmire, Wm. Propest Jr., Hendersonville. 1239 Brookshire, Alonzo Carmi chael, Fitzgerald, Ga. 1240 Merrell, Luther, Hender- ' SftTiville sonville. 1241 Blythe, Wm. Herschll, Eto- wah. 1243 Jones, Carl Lafayette, Hen dersonville, R. 5. Camp Craggy Is Filled With Boys Chimney Rock, N. C.,. July. Camp Craggy for Boys is enjoying a vis of Troop 3 of Gastonia, the scohts arriving Thursday in a large trutk in charge of Scout Master Ken neth Babington. Thursday night the campers were lively entertained by a session of the camp court at which several boys were tried for not Hoov erizihg and other serious offenses of a like nature. I Friday morning about fifty of the campers micea up'to.-nimney jroch. and enjoyed a trip around the Ap pian way. At thee o'clock in the afternoon a first aid demonstration and scout drill was given before an enthusiastic audience. In the even " rfl0!.?3!1?!! time was enjoyed until it was in terrupted by the bugler sounding call to quarters. The boys of Camp Craggy are making a specialty in scout work which includes first aid, signalling, knot tyeing, nature study, etc. Fre quent over-night hikes are taken and a big camping trip to Mt. Mitchell will be held soon. New campers are coming every few days and the boys seem to be enjoying themselves im mensely. Reese Combs, the camp di rector, is the scout commissioner of the Miami, Fla., boy scout organiza tion. He is assisted by W. P. Evan son, also of Miami. The camp register today includes Norman Pancoast, Leonard Wheeler, Eugene Brash, W. Earle Eavenson, Porter Glass, Richard Merrick, Johnston Quinan and Allen Kegel of Florida; David Diemer, and Hillborn Botkin of Tennessee; George Barton of Mississippi; John Henderson, Brandon Barringer, James Sloan, Lamar . Smith, Grady Ratchford, Columbus Gardner, Frank Kincaid, Giles Beal, Charles Tally, Rhes Fer guson, Ralph Morris, Ralph Falls, Edwin Rockett, Lawrence Spencer, William Spencer, Murry Grier, Al fred Robinson, Edwin Walker, Sam uel Davis, Percy Fayssoux, Francis rMangum, Daniel Brawlejr, - amuel New, Banky Fry, Charles Marshal Lowery Miller, and Leon McNeill of North Carolina. What did IOU do to win the war? When our brave boys come back and ask you this question, what will be your answer? Can you say that you did EVERYTHING, EVERYTHING EVERYTHING possible for you to do? . That you saved and served and sacrificed to the utmost? And that, knowing that the roen on the battle line were defend ing YOUR home, YOUR family, YOUR Liberty and YOUR coun try, you loyally stood behind them with word and deed? IF NOT, WHY NOT? Think It over. National Security League, 19 West 44th St., N. Y. C. 54 COLORED DRAFTEES GO TODAY Call No. 829, 54 colored men for Camp Meade, Admiral, Md. Report City Hall 10 a. m. July 18, 1918. En train 1:05 p, m. Arrive Camp Meade 10:30 a. m. July 19. 256 John McDaniels, Newark, N. J. 286 Will Alexander, Henderson ville. 372 Sam P. Singletary, New Haven', Conn. 377 Ernest S. King, Henderson ville. 395 Willie Sly, Hendersonville. . 411 Sherman Miller, Balfour. 420 Charles L. Smith, Etowah. 470 William Wilson, Etowah. j 495 Hunter Griffin, Spartanburg, j S. C. 521 Harry Jones, Flat Rock. 523 Cleo Waters, Edneyville. 538 Clinton Laws, Biltmore. 542 Artis McCorkle, Henderson ville. 544 George W. Benbow, Gaines ville, Fla. 55r Lennie Brown, Henderson ville.""" 553 Charles H. Morris, Alexan dria, Va. 600 Edgar Mooney, Henderson ville. 623 Cam Lance, Brickton. 641 Jesse Fletcher, Henderson ville. 666 Edward S. Simmons, Culver, Ind. 673 Will Jenkins, Flat Rock. 702 Andrew G. Copenny, Arden. U 8E.djea? : vt5heeter, - -Atlantic -City, N. J. - ... . 732 Owen A. Mills, Fletcher. 740 Robt. Sly, Hendersonvivlle. 750 Eugene M. Frazier, Wash ington, D. C. 759 Jesse Williams, Flat Rock. 771 Pinckney Green, Hender sonville. 786 Benny Reed, Greenville, S. C. 800 Gelillio Evans, Fletcher. 823 Luther Allen, Henderson ville. ' 831 Morris Arnold, Henderson ville. 837 Alonzo Hayes, Fletcher, R. D. 1. 850 Dewey Green, Henderson ville, R. D. 4. 851 Ezekiel Nesbitt, Henderson ville, R. D. 856 John Mills, Spartanburg, S. C 861 Frank Staggs, Henderson ville. 878 Eugene Underwood, Brick ton. 891 Claude Pulliam, Kingsport, Tenn. 892 Ben McCorkle, Henderson ville. 902 Mitchell Edwards, Charles ton, S. C. 911 Albert H. Mills, Henderson ville. H$27 Jbhii Ga Hem ville. 935 Osborne Williams, Hender sonville. 937 William Blakely, . Birming ham, Ala. 952 Hobert 'Rhodes, Henderson ville. 955 Lala E. King, Henderson ville, R. D. 962 Emanuel Christopher, Hen dersonville. 964 Ned Hazel, Fletcher. 966 Aden Mills, Brickton. 996 James grille, Fla. E. Pilgrim Passa- 1002 Gustaf Cooper, Fletcher. 1040 Richard Littlejohn, Edney ville. 1044 James Gilliard, Greenville; S. C. Call 829 Substitutes. 1064 Burgin Dorrity, Chappells, S. C. 1067 Andrew Edney, Hillgirt. 1071 George Roberson, Knox ville, Tenn. 1117 Eli Bryson, Hendersonville, R. D. 5. 1150 JamesC. King, Henderson ville, R. D. 2. 1184 Jammes Williams, Fletcher. Just One. After all there is but one race hn mnnlry, wrote George Mocre. 1. EAVES SELLS THE VISITOR TO C, B. Eaves, who established The Hendersonville Visitor two years ago and has been publishing it and doing a job' printing business under the same name, has sold -his plant and business to Noah M. Hollowell, of Hendersonville, publisher of the French Broad Hustler. Mr. Eaves leaves this week to engage in the wholesale grocery bus iness at Chattanooga, Tenn. Mr. Eaves came to Hendersonville. four years ago. :Af ter remaining for a while his mind turned to matters of romance and he married Miss Leila P. Davis, daughter of J. D. Davis. Mr. Eaves and Mr. Davis established a printing business and during his two years of hard work Mr. Eaves, who was actively . in charge of the plant, built up a very flattering business, which he would not leave except for the fact that his father and brothers have repeat edly handed out strong inducements to enlist his services with them in their wholesale and retail grocery business in Chattanooga. The Vis'itor, although young, has been independent . in thought, . and firm and outspoken in its convictions without the slightest political lean ings. Mr. i Eaves' straight-forward busi nfess"me"thods have not only built for himself a good name, and for The Visitor a good business, but have made him friends socially and f rater- nally as well as in a business way sincerAeri'TroeiPbj' ofctfroth -the. -local Woodmen lodges .and of the Masonic order, and a member of the J Methodist church. C. Winfred Davis, who recently re turned to his old home in Henderson ville after being engaged in the. newspaper business in Waynesville for a number of years, and who has been associated with The Visitor, will remain with it and be in active charge of the business until the pur chaser of the plant makes arrange ments to assume active management- f ARB ARE URGED TO f "'. SAVE ALL WHEAT POSSIBLE Raleigh. State Food . Administrator Henry A. Page is urging the farmers of North Carolina to exercise care during the present harvesting season to the end that no wheat shall be left In the fields, around stumps, near ditches and on the edges of the fields where a binder sometimes leaves a email quantity uncut. It may often happen that such' wheat will not finan cially pay the' labor require to harvest It but this wheat is needed to feed hungry men and women and every farmer is urged to- use the utmost pre caution in saving every stalk of wheat possible. 1 ROCKINGHAIi CAFE FINED FOR FOOD VIOLATION Rockingham. Because it had re peatedly violated rules and regula tions of the United States Food Ad ministration, the Busy Bee Cafe of this city, in order to escape more drastic punishment, has . voluntarily closed its door for four days with a sign announcing to its patrons that it 18 c10860- Ior violations oi xum iouu I. - . - m 1 M a contribution of $100 to the local chapter of the Red Cross. The owers of the cafe were given a hearing some days ago before Coun ty Food Administrator W. N. Everett, who communicated with the office of the Pood Administration at Raleigh and was authorized to let the estab lishment off ia so fiar as pest offenses are concerned upon the basis mea ilOJSfidj. . ., ..... PLAY TO BE GIVEN FOR RED CROSS The young people of the Yale dis trict will on Saturflay night, July 27, give a patriotic play, Somewhere in France, and an ice cream supper, for the benefit of the Red Cross and Woman's League. The public is cordially invited to attend. I f . ".f:.