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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, M.
FRENCH BROAD HUSTLER, II END ERSONYILLE, JT. C Disbursement of School Funds for the- Dist. 'No. 3 J. W. Dansuel, cen- Quarter Ending Dec 31, 191S. Bine Ridge Township No. 1 Teachers salary 30.00 is.x . i No. 2 "W V n,u! 4 U 1 111111 I l-f- T-1V- . V , . ... rv nines Dist. No. 2 Teachers i 2 M. S. Shipman, re- 2.15 70.00 3 Teachers salary 3 J F. Justus, repairs 8.53 67.50 Dist Dist Dist. Dist Diet. No. No. Dist. No pairs Dist. No Dist. No and fuel Dist. No. 4 Teachers v MJMiA.M.X J No. 4 M. M. Burgess No. 5 Teachers salary No. 6 Teach -KJki 1V4 A J 7 Teachers salary 7 McDRay, insur ance Dist. No plies Dist. No. 8 Teachers salary Clear Cjfeek Township Dist. No. 1 Teichers siUry I.-.O.O.-Dist, No. 1 C.E. Pinner, stove C.10 JJist. No. 1 Gi F. CUrl-, fhel and glas3 Dist. To. "2 Teachers salary Crab Crkk Township Djj:. No. 1 Teachers salary . ?sc. No. 2 Teacher salary (Hamilton, 7 W. A. King, sup- 5.0o 87.50 1.00 90.00 120.00 140.00 63 1.23 15 00 rr- 120.00 2 50 105.00 Dist. No. 2 Gladvs supplies .uist. mo. 3 Teacherfe salary Dist. No. 3 McD Ray, insur. Dist. No. 3 Thomasf McCall.fuel 8.00 Dist. No. 4 Teachers salary 145.00 Dist. No. 4 R. M. Drake, fuel 9.00 " EdncyTillt Township No. 1 Teachers salary 103.00 1 Garnold Dotson, sup- 1020 2 Teachers Nsalary 3 Teachers sVlary 3 J. B. Merrelfj, re- .Dist. 70.00 255.0(2 l 3 McD Ray, Insjur. 3 Grace Dell James, Dist. No. Dist. No. Dist. No. Dist. No. -Dist. No. fuel Dist. No. Dist. No. JJlSt. NO I 7 Isaac Justus, sup Teachers salary Teachers salary Teachers salary ?5.81 2.C0 Co. sup- 4,0 5 43 140.CC 120.CC 120 00 May Belle 7 Teachers salary 7 McDRay, insur, S Teach ers salary Green RiyerTownsii! Gilrerit'i, 5 00 200.00 7.50 lf.O.OC Dist. No. 1 Teachers salary 110.00 Dist. No. 3 Teachers salary SI. 75 Dist. No. 3 Globe Book Co., desks i Dist. No. 3 Mrs. C. H. Osiesn, supplies Dist. No. 6 Teachers salary Dist. No. 7 Teachers salary Her.dcrsonville township Dist. No. 0 RP. Freeze ftreas) $1,000.00 W 7.001 .r.-oc 1 L. Bradshaw, 20.1C 155.00 Allen, school y 5.2S D. Seagle, re Dist. No. 0 Geo school census Dist. No. 1 Teacherk salary Dist. No. 1 Bessie census Dist. No pairs Dist. No. Dist. No pairs Dist. No Dist. No board 2 McD Ray, insur. 2 J. H. Dittnier, re- 54.87 55.0C 71.85 3.0C 2 Joe Salts, ,work 2 Globe Bopk Co., black- 4.72 Dist. No. 2 Woodson yDrake, fuel 6.C7 Dist. No. 3 Teachefs salary euu.uu Dist. No. 3 J. P. Pattoh, sup. 11.50 Dist. No. 3 East Teachers sal. 675.00 3 East J. B. Lyda, 12.00 3 East J. B. Lyda, re- lary Dist. No rent Dist. No pairs Tnat No. 4 Teachers salary Dist.' No. 4 C. H. T. Fly, repairs SS 75 Dist. No. 4 Delia liarren, iui and supplies j Dist. No. 5 Teachers salary Dist. No. 5 Globe Book Co., desks Dist.No. 5H'ville Hdw. Co., Dist. No. 6 Teachers salary T?ot Kn, 6 W. W. Wilfohg, supplies Dist. No. 7 Teachers Kn. 7 T. W. Anderson shines and fuel r Teachers salary U1SL. xw. t No. 8 State Loa -NT-, q Teachers salary x E. L. Anders, school furnishings ) tc 10 Teachers sal. Hoopers Creek Township JMst. No. 2 Teachers salary . Dist. No. 2 Mrs. J. P. f etcher, i .DTiRiis. crayon and supplies Dist. No. 4 Teachers salary W3 Mills RiTer Township Dist. No. 1 Teachers salary 1M.J0 Dist. No. 2 Teachers salary 90.09 Uist. No. 2 Globe Book U 5. Dist. No. 3 Teachers salary 20.00 Dist. No. 4 Teachers salary 54. 00 Dist. No. 4 Sam Crook fuel 2u.00 Dist No. 5 Teachers salar 150.00 Dist. No. 5 Edith. Young, school 1. iO census Dist No. 6 Teachers salary tl. Edncyvillc Township (Colored) TopKors salary SJ.ou X A v-CA'- " f.43 210.00 16.65 50.00 25.82 30.00 270.00 8.70 40.00 ur 10.55 200.(;b 108.00 110.00 24.H0 175.00 ;50 00. 7.36 sus i ' l.OS Hoopers Crek Towifslilp (Colohsd) Dist. No. 1 Teachers) salary lio.Cy Dist. No. 1 M. U Whitley, fuel 4.00 Mills River Tiwiishi!) (ColcecH Dist. No. 1 Teachers salary 5.00 Dist. No. 2 Teacher salary 4.".Oo Building Fund ) 152.33 Expense of Office GO 35 Home Demonstration Work 50.00 Rector Publishing cV 6.00 French Broad Hustler Co. 6.00 Alfred Williams & ZoJ Jo.Oj Supt. Salary ( 300.00 J. C. Sales I.JO J. O. Bell 15.10 J. W. Morgan lfi.0 J. C. Sales, Clirn. JJoiird I'Ant. Y. S. Shifle, Secretary. DISCHARGED SOLDIERS RE STRICTED IX USE OF UNIFORMS May Wear Soldier-Clothes From Camp to Home, but After That They Can Blossom Out Only on 0ccaslons of Ceremony." It is evident that most of the khaki is going to disappear from the streets of Hendersonville and other towns in the near future, as uoeJi officers a m J enlisted men will be for hidden. afi-r discharge, to woit the army uniform except upon "Occasions of Cerenony'" It is not knowi jus. wuat constitutes; n occasion of sufficient ceremony to justify dragging out the old brass buttons, but that's the way the order reads; maybe it means weddings only. Official orders from Washington state that discharged soldiers ma: T.vear their uniforms from place oi discharge to their homes withir. three months after leayipg th.e Ser vice. Thereafter the officers may wear uniforms only on occasions of cere mony. Enlisted men must return uniforms within four months, al though there is a bill now before, congress to allow the men to retain uniforms permanently; The order follows: "Present law authorizes a discharg ed officer or soldier to wear his uni from from the place of discharge from the service to his home, within three months of the date of his dis charge from the service. Thereafter the officer may wear his uniform only unn -occasions of ceremony. "The enlisted man must return his uniform within four months of date of discharge; but can wear it only as stated above. ! ..v "An act is now before congress, which if passed, will authorize en listed fflSS t6 keep the uniform which they are permitted to Wear home, anc to wrear that particular uniform, only, provided seme distictive mark or in signia to be issued by the war depart ment shall be worn. "It will thus be clearly seen that neither under existing or proposed law will a discharged soldier be per mitted to wear uniforms made by ci vilian or other tailors. They may legally wear only the particular uni form which they have been permit ted to retain. "Commanding officers of camps, posts and stations will give the widest publicity to this information, both among the soldiers among their com mands and in the local press. No persons will be permitted to so licit orders for, or deliver uniforms to soldiers about to be dischargee, Persons or concerns persisting in seling uniforms to such soldiers, after having been warned not to do so, will not be permitted to come on or dc business on the reservation." A HUNDRED YEARS AGO. The city of Memphis was founded Alabama was admitted to state hood. Arkansas was organized as a terri tory. ' Maine was separated from Massa chusetts. , ' : Spain ceded' Florida to the United j States. The first steamship crossed the At lantic. . Auburn Theological seminary wa3 established. The Erie canal was opened from Utica to Rome. First steamboat navigated the Great Kanawha river. First steamboat arrived at St. Louis from New Orleans. . First printing office in Texas estab lished at Nacogdoches. The' first agricultural paper in the Unite States, appeared. The first national financial crisis in the United States occurred. . Ampere conceived the idea of apply ing electro-magnetism to the tele graph. The first lodge of Odd Fellows In the, United States was instituted at Baltimore. - Missionary and Bible society of the Methodist Episcopal church was in stituted at Baltimore. II New pooee Rates MAINTENANCE IS BIG SECRE1 Great Folly to Spend Money In Con struct? on of Roads Neglected After Completion. Maintenance is the secret of a goo 'road system. It is great folly to spem money in the construction of road which are neglected after their com pletlon. Unless intelligence and dill gence is used In the up-keep of a sys &&S-i vyjv Aft ror ocai oerice A 1 1 t r i i new schedule or rates tor Jocal exchanee telephone service, which has been promulgated by the Postmaster General, will become effective Feb ruary 1st; 1919. The abnormal costb of material, labor and all other expenses incident to construction and opera tion of telephone plantslnecessitates an increase of revenues from operationsin order to cover operating expenses and make a fair oftd reasonable return on the investment. This necessity is and has been for some time imperative. cts to the Postmast- rate schedule Upon presentation of the er General he has authorized a for local exchange telephone sesvice.A Bills for tele phone service for the month of February will be rendered at the new rate. new Rounding "Dead Man's Curve." tem of roads their value will depre ciate under ordinary circumstances faster than new roads can be con i structed. It is therefore essential tha after a road is once built, great can should be taken in its upkeep. Then ! is no question that the cost of propel i maintenance is many times saved li ! j the Increased economic value of th ' highway traffic. wr.. , j Maintenance may be divided int' two genera classes : First, the upkeei ' . of roads which have been constructec j along standard line with ' minimun i grades, proper drainage and surfac ----- -- rrT'"-- -r.lZ?. ing material; second, the conditioning i of roads that have had little, if any constructive attention. PEOPLE ISOT TAKING ADVANTAGE ,' WW lUPTlirPI 4 4TI'MkYI' Detailed information concerning the new rate may be secured at the Company's office. ASHE VILLE TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Highways coming under the firs IflSC! nro Tint 0- Hohlr r ta noirlflnto . by those entrusted with their care : While Henderso County probably and while their maintenance problen comes near as any county in tne state j Is a very Important and necessary one to beinS free of diptheria, sll there this class of roads represents only f is no section in which the dread dis lesser portion. The greater percent en so does not occasionally manifest it age of roads in the state are not im self. And according to the State "W v . m - provea. inasmucn as tnis class o; Board of Health DeoDle in all sections I roads serve the majority of the peoph are spending money unnecessarily in j and this kind of road will always pre stead of availing themselves of a ser- uuuuuuic, it is very uecessBary uiac ut FASSIFERN RULES. tentlon be directed to proper ways an means of their maintenance. Each year'more or less constructioi vice which the state stands willing to perform. Why the people of Henderson Coun- work is being done and the mileage ol ,ty and every othert s?ctin of e ftate improved roads increased, and whili Continue to buy diptheria antitoxin at this work is going on the unlmprovet from 3 00 t( Per dose wnen tney roads should be kept in as good condi can get it for 25c per dose, is not al tion as possible at a minimum cost, together understood by the State The best results can only be ob Board. A recent investigation of talned by the enthusiasm and loca! fifty-seven cases of diptheria in North pride of the man who uses the road Carolina shows that antitoxin was se He is the fellow most interested, anc cured for twenty-two of the patients a small amount of intelligent atten at twenty-nve cents a dose, while for tloa by himself and his neighbors wil thirty.twa it cost from $3.00 to $5.00 81!3tKre8Ultl n patlcllla, per dose. The bill paid by one man section of the road. or diptheria antitoxin of a private , ?t l"1 throughout th 46 M wnereas if he had length and breadth of any state woulc , t . . hw tllt, ' . boueht the antitoxin provided by tne mean a system of earth roads thai uuusul tt tsiaie tJOa.ru ol neauu nc nuum n. saved over $40. In keeping with the policy of the State Board to investigate all deaths from diptheria to know where to place responsibility for the deaths, the Board has arranged to furnish the people of the State diptheria anti-tox- Good highways are and have alwayi m pracucauy ire, vuiy bean a necessary adjunct to the wel cents per package. Henderson Coun fare of the state, community and fhdl ty people might do well to request vidual. The argument, "Good roads 'the chairman of the county board of cost lots of money," may in reality b health, who is also the chairman of true when figured in dollars and miles sMlf4 muntv board of commissioners, could be pointed to with pride. PAYING FOR GOOD HIGHWAYS Improved Roads Have Always Beet Ne66ary Adjunpt . to state. Community and Individual. to keep a sufficient supply of this pre- jbut is incorrect when considered ii j reality. Good roads must be paid for. ventiye on nand to meet demands . uui Liiey ure puiu lor wneiucr mey urt I built or not. The wear and breakage : on teams, harness and vehicles, anc ;the Increased cost of hauling on pool roads is costing the grower far mow than the price of building and keeping in repair the very best roads. ALL PRICE CONTROL OVER COAL BY UNCLE SAM ENDS Dist. No Hendersonville Townrrlif,) Dist Dist Dist. No. Dist. No. I A Pen Joke. I a hnv who is a firm believer In the 1 Teachers salary 115 00 ..paise-a-pig" plan has a porker which .' -NT ... 1 M t A Mn 1 J F. Whitley, fuel w.a ne nag ennstenea -in, wsause u 2 Teachers salary cays tne pig rung su ujr .yux 3 Teachers salary 00.00 pen. No. Washington, Feb., 1. All price con- He is trol exercised by the fuel administra- actually paying for the roads without tjon over anthracite and bituminous getting them; and, besides, is put tc coal and coe ceases today under a much inconvenience and worry. blanket order signed by Fuel Adminis- In short, good roads cost nothing Garfleld and made public to- rB,n Hignt. Zone regulations and pract:- , . Z iu " callv all rules for the distribution of Actual tests have proved that care caliv aa ruie:s LUL lilc " fully . stored seed corn will yield as fuel, as well as most regulations con much asr18 bushels more to the acr cerning oil-and natural ga3, promul than seed from the ordinary storag gated under the Lever act as war of the corn crop. 'measures, also are rescinded. Patrons of Fassifern are asked to read carefully the following regula tions for prevention of influenza in the school. At present there is none. Day pupils are received under the following conditions: Each morning before entering school, day pupils have temperatures taken. If it is not normal the student is sent home with a .note. No one may come to schoo: from a house in which there is In fluenza, and a pupil or teacher who has had it, many not re-enter school in less than two weeks after her re covery. x Pupils who expect to come to school may not go to moving pictures, or other crowded places. Parents are asked to report each Monday morning that their children have kept these regulations. Boarding pupils who have not normal temperatures, or show any indications of the disease are immediately separated from others They do not go to town at all, or re ceive guests. KATE C. SHIPP. Lei Us Print Your Sale Bills I V ni in our i CLU i&Ti for SO; H ISAM! lit J2m i mi M HATS THE POINT Something Lacking. ' There is something lacking In tho na ture of a man that misuses and mis treats his horses. Ssre for Lste Farrovra. Sows with Life farrows neeel warn pcruj and good care for several days. Seemed Incomplete. A new baby had come to the home, and the neighbors little ones were al lowed to come in to see him. A little one looked him over generally, then moved down to the bottom of the long dress and, quite puzzled, asked, "Ain't he dot his feet yetr Get rferht down to "brass tacks:" fisruremliat you can do without and put $5.00 ctc ry week into ourl Christmas Banking' Club. In 50 weeks you will have $250.00 - CENT CLUB PAYS $127.1 5-CEHT CLUB PRYS 63.75 -CEhT CLUB PHYS 25.50 We also have 50 cen: and $L00 Clubs, where you pay in the same amount each week. Come In and let us tell you about our 1 cent, 2 cent. 5 cent and 10 cent clubs. It is not too late to join j on can easily pay up the small back payment s and be a regular member. The Citizens National Bank