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I, IK EffilE, BILIOUS, EHEATH E!D,
' STDMECH. CflOTraHE CiSlETS
Sick headaches! Alwayi trace them to lasy liver, delayed,, fermenting
food In the bowels or a sick stomach. Poisonous matter, instead of being
thrown out, Is reabsorbed Into the blood. When this poison reaches the
delicate brain tissue it causes congestion and that dull, awful throbbing
Cnscarets remove the cause by stimulating the liver, making the poison
move on and out and purifying the blood. The effect is almost Instantane
ous. Ladies whose sensitive organisms are especially prone to sick head
aches, need not surfer, for they can be quickly cured by Cascarets. One tak
en toniEni win Biraigmen you out
.., . , a clear head
need a, good,
KE6UUTE STCXACH.UVER i-KEElS
X "II v.- . . .
IlnHkct Ball at the, Young Women's
During the last few weeks several
basket-hall.- teams have been organ
ized at the Y. W. C, A. gymnasium.
The following schedule, of games has
been arranged and the team winning
the largest number of games Is entitl-
: to the championship:
Ijist Friday the Juniors played
Ashevllle Girls school.
yesterday,' AHheville Girls' school
played the High school.
Thursday, March 1, High school vs.
Monday, March 11, ; Juniors vs.
Ashevllle Girls' school.
Friday. March 19, A. G. S. vs. High
Thursday, March 21, Juniors vs.
There Is a great deal of interest be
ing shown In the game, and the teams
are all playing excellent ball, the
teams being very evenly matched.
The first game of the series played
last Friday between the Juniors and
Ashevllle Girls' school resulted in a
tie, score being 6 to B. The second
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jouur was iliiyiru J ueouu.v, Ml o.ou j.
ni. netween ine nign scnooi nna
Arhevllle Girls' school, and resulted in
a. score of 4 to 6 in favor of the
A. O. S. '
This being the first series of such
games among the girls of the gymna-
sium there is considerable enthusiasm
land each team is mllying loyal sup-
( porters. All of the teams deserve
credit for their good work in such
a short time. '
it at .
The following suggestion Is part of
an exceedingly clever article of recent
appearance In one of the leading mag
azines of fashion, and will Interest all
women who desire to be well groomed.
The article is entitled "Looking Back
ward," and contains pome valuable
Dear women, do try to remember
that you are not always approaching
people, Sometimes, and oh, so very
often, you are seen and judged only
from the hack. ' You may he harshly
criticised just because of those strag
ling hairs which have slipped from
your harretle, or the heels of your
shoes which you forgot to polish. Keep
good friends with your hand mirror,
and don't consider yourself dressed
until you have scrutinized Well your
hack view, from the crown of your
hat, or the top coil of your hnir, to
the heel of your little shoe.
For Miss Whitlock. '
The following comes from, the
Hlatesville Landmark, and will he of
interest to the many friends' of Miss
Carrie Whitlock In this city: .
"Mrs. William Wallace gave a card
party Thursday afternoon at her home
on Walnut street, complimentary to
Miss Carrie Whitlock of Ashevllle.
DEPARTMENT WILL OPEN
If you have a special income, fund,
or savings you wish to conserve for
the purpose of purchasing any article
in our store, for yourself, for a wedding,
birthday, Christmas, New Year, Easter,
or other gift, you can leave the money
with us in any amounts from ten (10c)
cents up, and we will pay you four (4)
per cent interest on your money until
the selection ia made. , ,
Dims department will be called a
prepay interest-bearing deposit account
department, which, we hope will be
used by hundreds of our customers
who, we believe, will then find it agree
able and easy to purchase that wedding
present or diamond nog. i
Under this plan you may deposit
l with us any sum of money you wish
to place in our keeping ana your pur
chases from time to time will be charged
against this account. On your balances
the brat or each month we allow and
pay you interest at the rate of four
() per cent per annum. Under this
plan any money deposited with us to
be used for the purchase of merchandise
draws a substantial interest and does
not lie idle. THIS DKPARTMENT
DOES NOT DO A BANKINQ BUSI
NESS. The funds on deposit with us
are to be used only for the purchase
oi merchandise irom our store; but, U
you mould desire to withdraw your
money, you can do so at any time. We
do not want the deposit of funds except
from those who intend using them In
ini purcnase ot merchandise.
Aa special security for this depart
mcnt we have deposited with the Citizens
Bnk a Bond for Fifty ($50,000.00)
Ton are invited to try thia plan and
see if it is not an agreeable, pleasant,
useful, and exceedingly easy way of
This department will be open March
AUIIICB M. FIELD C0J
ny morning a 10-cent box means
and perfect health for months.
the children their little insldes
gentle, cleansing, too. Children
gladly take Cascnrets. . because they taste good
and never gripe or sicken, .
News of the
Bridge was played at six tables .and
the high score prize,, a pink brocaded
satin scarf, was won by Miss Elvy
McElwee and the low score prize, a
deck of cards, was awarded Mrs. B.
U. Webb. . The visitor's prize, which
was presented .to Mrs, Jossman, of
Michigan, was a pair of silk hose.
Each guest received a unique box of
bon bons as a favor, and two courses
of refreshments were served. Pretty
potted plunts added to the attract
iveness of the home."
In the absence of Dr. Rodney Rush
Swope, F. F. Harker will give a series
of Lenten recitals at All Soul's church,
Blltmore, Thursday afternoons, the
lirst of which will take place tomor
row afternoon at 4:30 o'clock, to
which the public are cordially wel
comed. . The following program will
Concerto In G minor, No, 2 Ca
midge. s ; .'
Movements AAagio, Allegro, An
dante and Gavotte. . .
Allegro Cantabile, from Symphony
No. 6 Widor.
, Fugue in E flat (St. Ann) Bach
Murche Funebre, Op. 40, No, 3
.Eventide, Op. 52, No. 2 barker.
Grand Chcur, ; (Alia Handel'
In studying the new spring 'huts
and. their relation to the coiffure, it
is noticeable that the pompadour-roll,
the rat, the bunch, of many puffs. In
fact,' anything that tends to broaden
or enlarge the shape of the head has
been discarded. The soft, low pom
padour or a part and a simple coll of
hair at the back, especially using the
side part In the hair If becoming,
seem best suited to the size and shape
of the new millinery. ,
The psythe knot is passe except
for those girls of the younger set who
are putting their hnlr up for -the first
time, and is being replnced by the soft
coll or chignon, placed Just above the
nape of the neck or a little higher,
To Issue) Booklet.
The children of Blltmore and the
friends of the children are much In
terested In a pamphlet to be publish
ed shortly by the Blltmore industries,
pertaining to the beautiful carving
and other work done by the children
The pamphlet will have on the cdver
a picture of one or the boy at work
carving a nut howl. It 'will be arc
predated by all who are interested in
children and their work.
May Return Here.
The many friends of Miss Blanche
Folsom, formerly of this city, will be
Interested in hearing thnt she con
templates returning to Ashevllle pos'
slhly In the summer or fall from
Aberdeen, Wash., where she has been
the superintendent of the city hos
pital. Miss Folsom has met with suc
cess In her profession as nurse while
In the. west,' and her friends will be
much pleased to hear of her pros
. Now at Panama.
. Ensign WnesB oft the battleship
Maryland, who often visits . Harry
Then bold and Mrs. L, M. Theobold of
this city and who has other friends
here, writes that his squadron has
been ordered to Panama, where he
is at present. Some time ago his
squadron win ordered to China on ac
count of the troubles there but Is now
stationed at Panama.
Announcements are being sent out
for the spring millinery opening . qf
Henry Hood, which will occur Satur
day at his store on Haywood street.
The opening will last all day Saturday
The ' Woman's guild of Trinity
church will meet with Mrs. Foreman,
93 Church street, tomorrow afternoon
nt 3:10 o'clocki .
The Rector's Aid society of Trinity
church will meet with Mrs. Samuel
Tannehlll, 35 Panola street, tomorrow
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
The Philathea class of the First
Presbyterian church will hold the
usual monthly . business meeting to.
morrow afternoon at 6 o'clock In the
You can Increase your, patronage
and serve a larger number of custom
ers, by using one of. our "Sterling Car
ry-AU" Bicycles, equipped with our
own make of Delivery Carrier that
will carry 160 lbs. See the display we
now have In our window, of these
wheels, equipped wltn Carriers and
Baskets. Come and see us about one,
J. M. HEARN CO.
Buttery Park Place. - Phone 4(8
, ' wsf sure
Baraca-Phllathea building. Visitors
are welcome. .. .
the Auction Bridge club was enter
tained this week by Mrs. J. W. Faw
cette at her home on College street.
The Ashevllle' chapter, U. D. C, will
meet tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock
at 83 Hillside street ,
Mrs. Thomas S. Rollins Is entertain
ing Informally with a bridge party
Mrs. W. R. Hormon has returned
from a visit of several weeks with
friends In Hot Springs. .Ark., and
at it '
Mrs. W. C. Britt who underwent an
operation recently at Mission Hospital
is rapidly recovering.
Miss Margaret Penniman has re
turned from a several weeks' visit to
friends and relatives In Baltimore and
other eastern cities.
t H '
Miss Eva Miller has returned to the
city from a visit to friends In N'nsh
ville and Knoxville.
D. Q. Ward left yesterday afternoon
Mrs. D. Q. Ward left Inst niKht for
at 1 It
George Smith left for Wnshlngton
Frd Clark of Charlotte was In the
R. D. Mayer ' of Chicago nrrlved
yesterday in the city.
Miss Madeline 'Terry of New York
is a guest In the city.
Arwin Welsh of Nashville Is In the
Dr. Robert S. Carroll Is visiting his
daughter at Bryn Mawr, and before
returning to the city will go to Wash
ington, and New York.
Edwnrd. Simmons . of - Charleston
who visits Ashevllle every - sum
mer and has numbers of friends here,
expects1 to go abroad this summer and
will Joinhis daughter, Miss Sara Sim
mons. In Liverpool.
as . as
J. I). Fry of Virginia Is In the city
and Is a guest at the Battery Park
F. C, Todd will be out of town for a
few days on business the latter part
of the week.
Pierce Gregg, Is In Philadelphia with
Duff Merrick, for a visit.
Mrs. L, C. Wright of New York Is
In the city and is a guest nt the Bat
tery Park hotel.
Mrs. Morgan Moore, formerly of
this city, is expected for a few days as
the guest of Miss Nena Hodges at her
home on Montford avenue. Mrs.
Moore will stop on- her way from
Memphis to Washington.
Miss Mary Louise Swope, In the ab
sence of . Dr. and Mrs. Swope, wh
left yesterday for Summervllle, S. C
Is the guest of Mrs. Dunn McKee at
her residence In Victoria. :,
E. M. Chllds of Ypsllante, Mich.,
who came to Ashevllle In Fehrunry,
left today for Chattanooga.. Mr.
Chllds ia greatly pleased with Ashe
vllle and Its climate.
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Revel, who
have been at the Battery Park hotel
for the past week, will leave tomor
row for their home In Oklahoma.
at at -
L. G. Thorn and Hugh' Love nre
expected to arrive here this afternoon
from Waynesvllle, making the trip, on
The .many friends of Miss Lela
Young will be pleased to hear that
she has recovered from an operation
she recently underwent at the Bllt
more hospital. . , "
Delphian Literary Society Anniversary
The following Invitations have been
received by a number of people In the
city: ' i
The Delphian Literary Society
Weaverville Collego ,
extends to you a cordial invitation to
to be held on the evening of March
' sixteenth, nineteen hundred
by a flour that makes better and
more healthful cakes Wheat Hnsrta
Self-Rising Pancake lour.
, Modern Montfonl avenno
residence' completely furnished
for quick jpental $00.00 per mo.
Moale, Chiles &
leal Estate and Insurance
tt ?atto Art.'
STUFFED OLIVES IN BULK
, These iire nice sized stuffed with sweet red- poppers.
They are fine for sandwiches, and this way . they are
economical. ";' ' .. -... .
Pint Jars, 30c. Quart Jars 60c. .
YATES & McGUIRE,
S3 Eaywood Ct
rra mots or
Having Spent , Several - Hours
Lying on the Floor, This
Young Lady Finally Suc-
' ceeded in - Getting "
" Home. Back to Work ;
,- v ' ' in Two Weeks.
Norfolk, Va. "tor ever a year I
suffered with a P'n 1n my left side,"
writes Misff Trtx footer of this city.-
"One day I was taken sick In the
office, and, being alone, had to stay.
I walked the floor, lay down on the
floor on newspapers, sat In a chair al
most doubled, and , finally the pain
got so severe, I could stand It no long
er, so I closed the door and went
1 stayed in bed for two weeks on
the flat of my back, and couldn't even
move my foot.
Being disgusted with trying doctors'
medicines, poor mother, after trying
everything that could be thought of,
finally come into my room with a bot
tie of Cnrdul, the well-know woman s
tonic. Before I had taken one-third
of the first bottle, I began to Improve,
nnd before a week had elapsed, I was
nblo to turn over in bed alone.
I constantly grew better, and In
less than two weeks, I was at work
Cardul certainly nla Oil it clnlmea
for me." '
For quick relief from all forms of
womanly trouble, Cardul hns been
found to have no equal.
Are you a sufferer? Cardul Is proh
ably the medicine you need. Try it.
pi n. Write to: Ijidles' Advisory
Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co,
Chattanooga, Tenn., for Special In
structions. nnd 64-page book, "Home
Treatment for Women," sent in plai
wrapper, "on request.
and twelve, .,
There will be a debate on the quns
Hon: "Resolved, Thnt the inlatlve an
Referendum Is the Best Method
Directing- State legislation." Th
affirmative will , be taken by C.
Camp and F. G. Woodrull; the neua
tlve, by G. L. Simpson and J.
There will be two declarations 1
R. F. Crouse and C. S. Norburn; an
two -orations by G. C. Hull and E.
: W. Campbell wljl preside over th
meeting nnd M. Groves will be secre
tary. The marshals for the occasion
are Carson, Simpson, Coman, Joync
STORM KILLS MANY
Craft Wrecked and Town .Demolished
In Hurricane Which Sweeps the
Victoria, B. C, , March !. Man
lives and vessels were lost In a hurri
cane in the FIJI and, Caledonia group
of islands, according to news brought
by the steamer Mak lira today. At
Noukulofa every launch in the harbor,
was sunk and half the town was de
stroyed, i . .
Hilton, to Defend Title. 1
New York, March 6. Harold !!.
Hilton, the English international Rolf
champion, has annonnced definitely
thnt he would again visit America tills
fall' to difend his title. Hilton's plans
were disclosed in a letUr received to
day by the United States Golf
ciation's executive committee.
Handy Potato Baker
Prevents burning pota
toes on side.
Will hold six potatoes and
bake them evenly
Price 15c Each
J. H. Law
3X Patton At. ' '.
MISS CKl'ISK'S SHOP
25 Haywood 8t ' Phone 10,
Shampooing, manicuring and hair-
dressing. Chiropody for ladles and
gentlemen by expert operator. We
make up hair combings and cut hair
into Switches, Puffs and Pompadours.
Let us remodel your broken Jewelry
Into odd designs at a amall cost
All kinds of Jewelry repair! done at
Haywood 8t. Jeweler
Opp. Battery Park and P. O.
Portable Lamps, Electric Iron!
and Heating Apparatus.
W. A. WARD 1
12 Church St. Phone 449.
rhoM 221, 171
Rainy-cliiy shoos iB all the
reigning styles, wet proof as
near as possible, for ease and
race and comfort, too. There's
nothing like an Oris Shoe. Our
whitlow display of summer
shoes is nothing short of a
leautv show. Have a look.
We Do Repairing.
Nichols Shoe Co.
Cash Shoesters. - On llie So.
We offer for the next two months, to
well people only, an attractive furnish
ed cottage In Arbnrval Park. Has
a beautiful view. Jf taken at once
will rent for $25. 00 per month. Nice
The H. P. Grant Realty Co.
48 Patton Ave. Phone 479.
Bow the early varieties as
soon as the soil can be worked
and at the rate of one quart to
100 fet or drill. Row Wood's
Excelsior, Alaska and I,m
dreth's Kxtrn Kiirly, liciuilre
no slaki s.
FvoryililiiK In liniRs and 8''K
25c per pound.
I'.nvolopes to match, 10c per package.
Hackney & Moale Co.
In Asheville is I'.ntler Crnsl,
the bread of jii.-i! ity, and in
pound loaves for ." ccnls
straight. Keeps moist longer
and not honey-combed with
holes. Look for our label.
Phone 022, or ask your grocer.
v,. - ' OF "
Imported Models and Tail
Thursday, March 7
M. WEBB & CO.
ELIAS & HOPSON
1H-11) Eleetricnl Iildg. Opp P. O.
Delightful Country Home
near Hill more.
10 rtoom House. All Modorn Con
venlem es. 10 acres of land. Will
change for ehoiee Asheville resi
dence. . ., , .
Natt Atkinson Sons Co.
Real Estalo' Dealers.