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Every Minute Counts
Special Corset Demonstration
When You're tin Pain
Instant Relief for Indigestion ami
March 7thy 8th;'9th
Stomach Troubles Afforded by a .
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet.
No Higher Bid, Commissioners
Announce, Received for Mr.
Free Trial Package.
There Is no occasion to suffer five
minutes from Indigestion or any sim
By Mrs. M. Gleason
ilar stomach trouble when you can so
easily get Stuart's Dyspepsia tameis.
$12.")0; Foulard Dresses
A ROAD REPAIR FUND
COMMITTEE IS NAMED
We have been fortunate in seenrmg the
sale of the i':mious i ; V V
Miike Rwoiiuueiidutlons a
Necessary t'liuiiges in the,
C 1, TMC MOULD or FASHtOH'r
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Ilefure the. board of county com
misaioners udjourned Its session yes
terday afternoon an order was en
tered by whk'h P. IT. Thrash, who
was given u Jit 1 1 sentence f 30 days
by Judge Long at the lnt term of
Superior court for violation of the
search and seizure law. was hired out
to Mrs. P. 11. Thrash for the sum of
$500. The order recites that the 30
days' sentence was Imposed on Mr.
Thrash by the judge, who gave the
commissioners authority to hire him
nut in their discretion; that Mrs.
Thrash offered to give JaUO for his
time while the sentence is in force
and that us no higher, bid was re
ceived, hers Is accepted and the $500
is appropriated to the county re
formatory. The board also named a commit
tee; on motion of J. W. Haynes, to
ipcet with a committee from the
Good ltoads association to investigate
:ind make recommendations as to
hanges which may be advisable in
the existing road laws relative to the
proposition to create a fund for the
maintainanee of the county roads.
The committee consists of County At
torney J. K. Swain, K. W. Patton and
At a meeting of the Good Jioads
association some time ago the move
ment was started to have a fund cre
ated by which the roads may be kept
up as fast as they are improved.
GUT III NOTED
flag in each
Man Who Attempted to Kill
Caesar Cone Moves to'
The Time It Takes a siiwriiscr u H
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Seem
an Age to a Sick stomach.
When millions are used every year
and when every other man or wo
man that you meet will recommend
Stuart's to you If . you will but In
quire why do you continue to suiter
from stomach trouble? hat more
evidence can you aak? And as still
further proof you can even send and
get a sample puckage entirely free.
The sample will surely convince you.
. The reasons why Stuart's Dyspep
sia Tablets accomplish such results
are very easy to understand. These
tablets contain almost the same ele
ments as the gastric juices of the
stomach. And when your stomach is
sick and not working just right,- it
does not give out enough of the nat
ural digestive juices to properly take
care of the food you. eat. So If you
will only give the stomach a little
help by taking a. , Stuart's, Dyspepsia
Tablet you will-. Believe it or: Its chief
duty and allow it the re.st it needs to
recuperate. One grain of the active
principle.; In Stuaf t'B Dyspepsia' ' Tab
let will digest 300 grains of, i fond
whether you place It In ft glasrt Jar or
in your stomach.
All druggists sell thitn. The price
is 50 cents per box. If you prefer to
try them first write to F. A. Stuart
Co., 150 Stuart Bldg., Marshall, Mich.,
and a sample package will be sent
arrested. His trial, conviction and
sentence followed. It is said that the
man during his four years' Imprison
ment has made a record for good be
havior. Color In Gate City.
Bird S. Coler of New York was In
Grefnsboro yesterday, coming Ijere
from California, where he has. silent
the wlnteK He is booking oVer the
lines, "nf the 1 North Carolina Puhlfc
Service! corporation' 'and is making a'
regular trip over the country look
ing after 'and inspecting the various
properties of the (ioler & Co., of which
the .Greensboro system is a part.
: It is more than mere opinion that influences our
choice of the MODART 'in preference to fill other lines
of Front Laced Corsets.
Before taking on the MODART we enlisted the
opinion of lending eorsetieres in the largest iiiilify
stores in the country, and without exception they en
thusiastically endorsed the MODART, which they,
themselves, insist upon for their own departments.
We invite you to see the MODART in our corset
department and let an expert corsetiere give you a
trial fitting. ; .
AVe have just received by ex
press a shipment of 65 Foulard
Dresses which our huyer pick
ed up at u special price, arod to
insure quick selling we have
marked them at the above
mentioned close figure.
Fashion Company ;
51 Patton Ave.
of north Waynesville and will soon
become a resident of that section.. , ;
Albert Howell, the newly appointed
superintendent of the county home,
has taken charge of the home. Hob
Moody, the former keeper, will go
into the mercantile business at Del-wood.
He I was boru ou the 23. day of
She Lute, ns usual.
Charles Davis. , , ,
Claude Leo. .....
Clarence Do Young.
Robert Wiley. . . ...
Druid Wheeler. . . .
Karl Schurtle. . .
. ,1 fr ;
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CHAPLAIN HAS FINISHED
THIRD MONTH OF
Reports That Work of Mission
Is Appreciated by Stran
gers in Asheville.
J. S. Williams, chaplain of the
in of tile Good Sainarit:tn," hits
just iinished his third month of work
for the organization, and reports that
much progress is being made; that
he is received-and welcomed in every
Instance in whirl) be hax called upon
strangers who are sojourning within
The object of the misvion as was
told in detail ill The ilazette-Xews lit
the time of Its creation is for the
chaplain to call upon and visit the
strangers who came into the city, to
hold religious services, to give advice
and to render any other aid that may
be necessary to their welfare and
comfort that can be done.
-Mr. Williams says that he is always
received in the most kindly way, the
visitors seeming to appreciate very
much the efforts that are made in
It is safe to s.iy that the work of
,he mission is done in a more thor
ough ami beneficial way than was at
litst thought ..possible by those behind
The I-hi-To Way.
If you had a medicine that would
ftrengthen the liver, the stomach, the
kidneys and the bowels, and at the
same thno make you strong with a
systemic tonic, don't you believe you
would soon be well?
That's "The Lax-Kos Way."
We ask you to buy the first bottle
on the money-back plan, and you will
ask your druggist to sell you the ec-ond.
It keeps your whole lnsldet right
There Is nothing else made like
Remember the name LAX-FOS.
TEAMS IN FORMATION
FOR 1(1 BASEBALL
is good practice,
plenty of time
if you have
-and even It
The busy map, who has only
a half hour for lunch (but who
requires unflagging energy) will
"get up steam" quickly and
pleasantly on a dmh of
take time to eat
braln-and-nerve-nutrlment, . as
it only requires a small bulk
slowly of this
nourlsh an active man
oughly during the day and keep
brain clear for the calls upon
" There's a Reason" -
Poatum Cereal Company,' Ltd.,
Battle Creek, Mich.
League Play Begins March 12
Outdoor Play as Soon as
'Play ball!" Thls'call will soon be
heard In the Y. M. '. A. gymnasium
Tho boys are all busy now trying out
for the Indoor baseball league and
the gymnasium looks like a "real
training camp. League play will
start Tuesday, March 12. Every boy
In the city should learn to play base-
ball and can do so by joining the Y.
M. C. A. thlB week during the boys'
membership contest and being chosen
on one of the teams. The captains
will be announced Thursday after
noon and will meet Saturday . to
choose teams that will lead them to
A handsome pennant will be given
to the team winning first place.
The outdoor baseball league wilt be
started as soon as the weather per
mlts and as there is lots of excellent
material thereshould be some fine ex
hibltions of the sport. '
Dally News Building,
Greensboro, March S.
interesting criminal case, dis
posed of in Superior court for Guil
ford county four years ago, has been
revived through the receipts of u let
tec by the clerk of the court.,, The
case Is that of H. Germany, who was
tried and convicted here in April,
190S, and sent to the state prison for
eight years charged with an attempt
on the life of ( aesar ''one, head of
the ("one cotton mills of this state.
The specific act charged against Ger
many was the sending to Mr. Cone
through the mails of a bomb. In his
letter to the clerk, Germany, who is
on the state farm in Halifax county.
requests thnt a transcript of his In
dictment and the judgment of the
court be supplied Gov. Kin-bin. Ger
many writes that he stands alone; is
without friends or funds and that he
seeks clemency nt the hands of the
governor. It Is further set forth in
his communication that he has served
four years of his sentence and that
Mr. Cone, his intended victim, Mr
Brooks, the solicitor at the time, nnd
Judge Webb, the triul Judge, would
he willing for the governor to Inter
vene In his behalf.
It will be recalled that Germany
was an employe of the White Oak
mills; that for some ' reason or no
reason he imagined that the rich were
oppressing the poor, and. It Is alleged.
set about to kill Mr, Cone. It Is al
leged that he constructed a boml a
crude affair and mailed It to his In
tended victim r that he weakened and
went to the home of Mr. Cone one
evening before the scheduled delivery
of the bomb and in answer to a knock
on the door thrust a scrap of paper
Into the hands of the person answer
ing the knock. On the paper was
scribbled a warning to Mr. Cone
Beware of an unexpected package
that will be received through' the
mails." The package arrived; It was
turned over to the postoffice author
ities, carefully opened and found to
contain a crudely made bomb but one
that probably would have done deadly
work. Officers went to work on the
case. The handwriting on the pack
age, on the scrap of paper giving the
warning and on the payroll of the
mills was compared nnd Germany was
Civil Term of Superior Court,
Judge Long Presiding, to
Superior court for the trial of civil
cases convenes here on Monday, March
1, with. Judge II. V. Long of Statcs-
Ille presiding, for a three weeks
term. The calendar has been arrang
ed for two weeks and 4 cases are put
own. During this term It is expect
ed that a number of old coses will be
cleared from the docket and tiles, ai
ording to the rei'ommendution of the
committee from the bar association
which was appointed to make a rq
lort as to how the congestion of the
docket might best be relieved.
On the docket lor this term there
are nine cases n whU;h this Southern
railway Is defendant;) the 'Western
Union is defendant in four cases; and
George W. Vanderbilt in one.
THE MAN WHO ABOLISH
ED MUSTARD PLASTERS
DUALS IN DIRT..
George 8. Powell and wife to Wood-
fln Greenlee, lot on South French
Broad avenue; consideration $830.50.
Martha B. Patton. Haywood Parker,
et al. to P. A. Donnahoe, lot on Arling
ton street; consideration 800.
Kllzaheth Williams to W. L. Kice
and wife,- lot on Pine street; consld-
raxion, ii-,.--!4w-4hhj,f.4lw .
i K. w. Kllpatrlek and wife to J. L.
Wagner and wife, lot on Silver street,
Klmlra M. Lynch to Sidney J. Ash
worth, land In- Fatrvlew. township;
cunsiueration $14,0112.49. :
The man who put mustard plasters
out of business had to Invent some
thing better, for mustard plasters have
been used for aches, pains and other
afflictions lor scores of years, . and
have given relief to millions.
But when J. A. Begy, the well
known chemist, of Rochester, N. Y
compounded, after years Vf expert
ment, a preparation which he name
Begy's Mutarlne, he gave to the
world something so much quicker in
action than mustard plasters that
medical authorities recognized Its su
premacy at once. Begy's Musturlne
(a now on sale in Asheville by Smith
Drug Store, who guarantees It to
stop backache toothache, and head
Just rub It on. It is always ready,
and nothing Is better for neuralgia,
cold in chest, pleurisy, bronchitis
lumbago, sore throat, stiffness and
lameness. Is clean to use, and will
not blister. 25 cents a box Oqua!
to forty mustard plasters) and money
back If not satisfied Mall orders
filled by J. A. Begy Co., Rochester,
N. Y. " . -
TO COME OFF THE. DOCKET
NEWS FROM HAYWOOD
ilL CLOSE - S
FOUR COMPLAINTS FILEO
ill I it l I v i f - V
Y. M. C. A. Will Give Hand
some Prizes to' Team Mali-1 "!
ing 'Most Points.
'The boys membership contest of (he
Yi:M. C. A. is benlg carried on with
a rush,-and Secretary- Brovvn sin's that
alresidy more members have-been se
cured than during any contest ever in
augurated by the 'association. The
members of the tennis that are; seftnrt'
Ing names are evincing great Interest,
due, no doubt to the valuable prizes
that Will be given to the winners. The
new members, lis they join, at on'-e
take sides with one of the teams and
In a short while are as much Interest
ed as the old members. The contest
closes Saturday night at 10 ..o'clock
sharp, and nil boys of too city are In
vited to be present nt the Y. M. C. A.
at this time to see the distribution of
the prizes to the winners. Tho cap
tain whose team wins will be appoint
pointed chairman of the boys' mem
bership committee lor the next six
months, the highest .honor the asso
ciation can bestow upon any boy.
The sfniullng of the teams Is us fol-
Four complaints to suits which have
been Instituted In Superior 'rivurt' vtere
filed tortaV Mil the onVi of the. elwk
ut-tW -Court. -In three' of tKeiii'Vlsnl
j ages in large amounts 'HrfasVed lty
Hie- pifiuuilTS. ' " .i .'
.Morris ': UbhYrts ffles ' Virmrillilril
against 'the Southern rrtllwii v.' IhfoiiKh
1 ,... '!i his attorneys, 'TuVekif' CrHlg; 1 Jones'
Williams-ilim VnTtrfhe ' HiHiertsWir'
damages In-the sum -of $2;IKI0 -frtMn
jui ii'S received while lm ' was nV'th
employ of the defendant -company- in
tctober; I S I t. when be'-' alleges-" tilM
he- was trying to puf-'n bnike on a
car. He alleges thai the Irrake-Was
defective mnd he Whs1 serltnisly injured
The following three fromplnlnft) re
TWENTY TEARS SERVICE
IN THE NATIONAL Ci
Silver Service Medal Is Re
ceived by Lieut. Col. White
G. Smith. - ' '
! .r .;;" !!. .' r' "i.Ki'i t
Lieut. Onl. Whit ) Hmitto, setlredj
has just received'. from 'Italeigh.
hands-m.'Silvr vieei! mertnli.Mo;
which he is entitled for having served
20 yeari In the N. C. N. G. Till
medal hasH tylM' ttrinfc bafl w
ndoted. antf iliR I 4MttJ Kith JiMk
The. extra Un'lrli)rensrii e yeli
senvlce, wHIe tRe fieffhtftft with
hnr , represents 15 yNtrs'-wwiee. CoMf
one! Smith has seen, longer service in
thi (guard than any officer In the west- . -
.nrjl I plirt o the state, and there r
only two or three nllief ), rM !), Mplff "''
whu a'r oldc? in the service. '. '
:...! uddltlun to the service In this
Hlnstp 'Colonel f-'mith has had ten yeam"1 '
service in South 'uro)inu, and If h:e!'
couhl lie cre-dlted with those years he"11
vywuM.be entitled to a' gold medM '' '
' Willi " bar. .- iW
late to siilli.. which have been Instl- ."" 10nK '"' "lonel Smith retire"- '
luted through Jones ft Williams-,- at-' tne 1lve service, before which ''t
torneys' for-the plaintiffs'! nnd the rank of major; hut'ipti
' MAttlc- Evans, administrator MM "UrcmMt he was advanced to'tho ';'
'deceased, asks damages if GeYrrge '.""-"'J nf Heutenant-colonul. . ' '
Vanderbilt in the sum of 130,000, al- ' ' ' ' ' '
leging that Kvnns was killed, when a l,',h "'",nl KHUmI by Soldiers,
wild team of mules ran away and he """Vnquil. Ecuador, March
was thrown from the Wagon seat nnd0'1""1 Julin Andrade, Ouayanuil't
run over. . r'.- military commander, was assnssinatei
Andrew M. Smith ,ml tin ftftft ,rHl Wuuo last night by aome of his 81-
wle iMoliatt .Miich nerv i-imnnnt. nf lt,Pl
Charlotte, for iujurjH rvlved, when
on elevator fell with him hi the old
Herkeley hotel building. The elevator
was being installed and a.:negro was
injured' at the sumo, time.-,,.., , i,
I I. McDarls liles complain. against
his wife, HiMinah K. Mi Darls, and asks
for divorce oh stntMory , grounds.
Men's Suits and Overcoats
, Better Investigate This.
GEM CLOTHING STORE
, 6 Patton Avehne.
Waynesvlllo Methodist May Itiilld
New Cliurcli I rgej Maj. Siring
Held for Ktute Senute.
Special to The Gazette-News.
VVaynesvllle, March 6. Silas James
of Crubtree, who recently bought J.
L. Lturehtlold's dwelling In north
Waynesville, has moved thereto.
The Waynesville Courier has moved
Into the ner addition recently made
to J. F. Bass' insurance office.
W. P, Grimes of Asheville has
charge of the Chantuuquu drug store,
In the absence or John Tull, tin
manager, who Is on a visit to his fam
ily In South Carolina.
George Haynes of Clyde is another
candidate lor register of deeds, which
swells the number of , candidates to
near a dozen. Some of Ma J. W. W.
Sirlnglleld's friends are trying to per
suade him to enter the race for state
Mrs. J. II. Payne, who spent the
winter with her daughter,. Mrs. K. K.
Kdwards, at Snowhill, . has returned
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bradley of
Jonathan are visiting at .Murphy. ,
P. L Turbylill, who has been to
Newton, returned horfie the latter part
of last week.
P. V. Mnasie is visiting his parents
in Graham county. 1 ' .
Joe Gaddls and family who moved
to Swain lust fall, have, returned to
Haywood and locate? ' In the lingers
Bam Liner has bought the stock of
merchandise nf J. U Burchlield of
Ollmer 4 Gilmer nre moving their
loan office to the Ferguson building.
Robert Smathers has bought from
Mr. Foard the building occupied by
the postoffice and is fitting up the
second story for Dr. J,.H, Bmathers'
dental offices. .
There Is some talk trf.th Methodists
building a new and modern church
this year. v
Norman Liner has gone to Macon
county on a visit.
M. S. Ferguson of Turkey Creek has
bought the property mt-Wsb. Phillips
Your presence is respectfully requested at our
Spring Opening Display
of woolen creations in the seasons latest
weaves and colorings held by
Isaac Hamburgier & Sons :
Merchant Tailors - w i
... .: Baltimore ; .; .- .' -
? March Ty. I and 9
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when their representative,Mr. SlomonVwill
X beith us tQemeasiires :; ,
500 Patterns from whicfilixvmakey
I W. Glaser
Asheville, N: C.
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