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Thursday, alarch 7, 1912.
THE 'ASHEVILLE GAZETTE-NEWS.
USE COKE IN
Ideal for use in kitchen
range. Ts very light and
easy to handle; no soot,
no dust, no smoke and
hardly any ashes. Phone
l.'0 for a ton more than
douhle in hulk than coal.
Carolina Coal & Ice
.FEKNDKtfj BRAXn PROl).
ICTS ARK ALTj
They comply with every re
quirement of every pure food
luw State anil National. No
ndulteration of any kind will
ever lo found in a product la
E. C. Jarrett
Phones 35K or 1112.
orlh Tuck Stuart' and Cil.v
Market. Phone I7H.
The Pleasure of
vouis if "vou wear our fa
mous (iiianiiitcc Cushion Shoes
for men. Made of hest leather,
Kemi-liigh toe, lilucher style,
liH-e, and with a cushion like
air. Five dollars.' Snow and
4 Soul Ik Main St.
fiuard the Family's Health.
'Cheap enameled ironware
mated with colored glass, of
ten endangers one's health hy
iisinc unsanitary cooking uten
sils. We handle ware that wears.
Made right, looks right and is
Special this week, a $75.00
dinner set for $47,110.
The I X L Dept. Store
22 Patton Ave. Phone. 107.
Permit us to suggest that a
Bitting at our Studio by your
self and friends will be to our
The special and extra atten
tion Riven to our work Insures
you the merit of originality In
READ AT MEETING
Greater W. N. C. Association
in Good Financial Condition
The directors of the Orenter West
ern North Carolina association held n
meeting at 11 o'clock thl morning in
the association rooms ill the Klectrlcal
building, at which Keneral affairs or
I the organization were discussed and
! reports of officer and committees
were heard. The report lof Secretary
and Treasurer Miller showed the ns-
Isociation to be In good financial con
dition. There was a quorum of the
I counties represented at the meeting
and the Southern railway was repre-
seated by S. II. Hardwick. The re
ports were optimistic in their nature.
There was a report from Col. Co
hen, manager, who is now in Florida.
concerning his tour of the counties
embraced in the organization, the re
port dealing with their advantages
and resources. The chairmen of the
various committees were Instructed to
furnish data of taeir several depart
nients to be used In the publications
of the association.
Application was made hy the Xa
tional Aviation company for employ
ment to take trips over the counties
for the purpose of taking topograph
ical photographs, but no action was
taken pn this.
Directors of nuncouihe, Transylva
nia nnd other counties reported that
their commissioners had passed reso
lutions protesting against the sale of
t;ie Hlantyre experiment farm by the
board of agriculture.
Votes of thanks were extended lo
p. C. Waddell, jr., for the use of the
ollipers and to K, R. Hewitt lor the
use of a handsome office desk,
It appears that the affairs of the
organization are now in good working
order and that results may soon be
TO BE IN SPARTANBlieG
Dr. Pratt Calls Session of Ap
palachian Association for
March 28 and 29.
Curat All Spring Ailments.
Mrs. Marlon Bruce, Cumberland.
Me, writes: . "I huve taken Hood's
Sursaparillu for a great many years,
and I think It the best blood medicine
in the world. I take it both spring and
fall. This last winter and spring 1
was In very poor health. 1 was weak
and had lost all my appetite and I was
all run down. As soon as 1 began to
take Hood's Sarsaparilla my strength
came back and my appetite returned.
1 am now well, do my housework, and
no longer have that tired feeling."
Get it today in usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets called Sarsutabs.
At the meeting of the Appalachian
Good lioads association at Itoanoke in
October, it was decided to hold a
semi-annual meeting sometime in the
spring. Dr. Joseph Hyde Pratt, the
president of the association, has now
called this meeting, which will be. held
in Spartanburg March 28 nnd 29. This
information Is given in a letter to E.
C. Chambers, president of the local
good roads association, and in it Dr.
Pratt st'ites that he wishes a large
delegation to be present at the meet
ing from this city and county.
The Appalachian Oood Roads asso
ciation has members in several of the
surrounding states and Is Interested in
the improvement of the Interstate rood
I am located in my new
No. 8 NORTH PACK SQUARE
J. E. Carpenter
Fine Watch Repairing a
The beautiful snow is
no whiter than linens
laun lered the
Those who have tried it
know this is true, and
more new customers are
trying it every day.
J. k. Nicholi, Mgr.
Ill THE HNS CASE
Special to The Gazeete-Xews.
Hcndersonvllle, March 7. At no
time since the discovery last autumn
of the body of Miss Myrtle Hawkins
in Osceola lake hua there been a
dearth of rumors connected with the
cause of her death and the responsi
bility therefor. The grand Jury of
Superior court this morning had the
case under consideration, nnd while
of course nothing waa reported at that
time of that body's deliberations, ru
mor was even busier than usual, and
It became known that no less than u
dozen persons, who have not hitherto
ligured In the case, had testified.
was whispered arounu mut a very
prominent mnn In llendersonvllle was
mi posed to be in possession of very
material evidence, and that this mnn
Mis. Uldgcley l'entliman has taken
the house, 1S2 Chestnut street,; and
will remove there tomorrow.
The directors of the Asheville Mer
chants association hold a meeting to
night in the association rooms.
C, D. Allison has received the tirst
shipment of Harmony Talking Ma
chines and has them on display at his
store oii Alerrimon Ave. Would be
glad to have the public come and in
Weldon Hamilton, n small hall"
wilted negro boy. was arrested this
iiflernoon charged with the larceny
of a che k from II. J. olive, who has
grocery store on West Haywood
Curtis I'.ynum, who has a dairy
farm at Klef.'hcr, and who proposes--the
establishment of a co-operative
creamery in this city, has begun tile
woik of excavation for the plant on
lot at the corner of Patton avenue
mil Depot street, which he purchased
from Mi x Hrown.
As n result of the report that a
moving picture theater tor colored
people is to lie established at 35 South
Main street, the stand formerly occu
pied by V. H. Hush; the property
owners and business men on that
street have started to circulate a pe
tition in which a protest is entered
iiinst such action, which will be
presented to the board of aldermen
it their meeting tomorrow night. The
petition has a long list of signers,
The February report of the local
evenne office in charge of R. H. Sams,
has Just been completed and shows
that 61 illicit distilleries have been
seized during the month. Of these 27
were'in Virginia and :'.4 in North Car
olina, fifty prosecutions are recom
mended, 21 In Virginia, 25 in North
Carolina and four In Tennessee. Feb
ruary was a very active month for the
revenue officers, two or three more
distilleries being seized than In Jan-
Several of the republicans of this
section leave this afternoon for
Greensboro, where a meeting is to be
held tomorrow in the interest of the
candidacy of Colonel Roosevelt for
president. One of the most enthusi
astic Roosevelt men stated today that
the meeting was for the purpose of
consultation nnd he did not know
whether nn organization for the en
tire state would he effected or not.
He- stated thnt he expected that re
publicans from nil pnrts of the st,ate
would be present.
SEES MK Mill
Appeared in Farce "Snobs" ut
Auditorium With an Excel
A very appreciative nudience saw
Frank Mctntyre lust evening at the
Auditorium In George Bronson-How-ard's
satirical farce "Snobs." The
audience, although small, was one of
the most demonstrative of the Benson,
causing Mr. Melntyre to answer about
six curtain calls. The piny was easily
one of the hest that has been seen
here for some time. Mclntvre Is al-
" , wnys good but last night he seemed
to be at his best and went through his
role as near to reality doubtless as any
one possibly could. He Is supported
R. C. H. "TWENTY-FIVE" English Body ROADSTER
Loiii;' Stroke Motor, Enclosed Valves, l.oseli Magneto,
Three Speeds Forward, Complete Equipment.
( 'ome in and see it.
Asheville Auto Co.
Agents for Western Carolina.
BOYS AND CHILDREN'S
Special prices- all this week.
GEO. W. JENKINS
20 S. Main:
MEANS GOOD CIGARS
14 Patton Ave.
HUNDREDS OF 50 CENT BOOKS
Many of the titles heing hooks that have " only , recently
heen published, and popular sellers.
ROGERS BOOK STORE
SO Patton Ave
Dine Here and Get The
Pick of the Best
Look out for my new line 1912 Ihise Ball, Tennis and fiolf
Leading; Cigar and Sporting Goods Store. Patton Ave.
Wo keep only the host of
each grade, if you buy from us
you are assured of the best, '
Southern Goal Co.
Phono 114. No. 10 N. Pack Sq.
I Asheville Coal Co
6 North Pack If.
HILL & YOUNG
Simon Pure Lard
l'lione 4 and 359. City Market.
CLASSIFIED ADVKIITISINU mar.
fccu markatablo tilings, and make all
m table till UK "uuu-Vatabta."
Open for Business in our New Quarters
10 North-rack Square. Buy now pay later. Special
juices are offered as an opening' souvenir for ten days.
Golightly Furniture Co.
27 North Main St.
Successor to Deal & Golightly
A complete line of Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry.
16 Patton Avenue ;
JURY LIST IS
FOR THE APRIL HOT
At their meeting this week the
eounty commissioners drew the jurors
for April term of superior court for
the triul of civil cases. By mistake
jurtirs were drawn lor a four weeks'
term, but court holds , only three
weeks. The jurors are as follows:
Mr Week. April 13.
W. n. Merrill, J. M. Dawklns, T. E.
Hurr, T. N. Eller, II. F. Arrowood, T.
IS. Easley, W. E. Mclean, R. E. James,
G. A. Hemphill, J. C. Duck, M. C.
I'oster, H. F. Ituikner, J. A. Penland,
I. Schlttlc, V. II. Burnett, N. A.
Miller, M. A. Trantham, W. B. Frndy,
J. M. Itoberts, Jr.. J. P. Shuford, K.
M. Sales, X Y. Fortune; J. A. White,
J. fl. Murphy. f .
Second Week, April 22.
i T. S. McElrath. J. A. Bnker. It. V.
P.uckner, f. W. Iliggln. F. L. Dil-
by an excellent company, nil seeming
was this morning Bummoneu to p-io lit Into their respective parts as( linghnm, J. J. Miller, C. G. King, E. P.
pear. i though they were written especially I itrnwnell. Ir.. V. Ii Miller. J. It. Hvntt.
The able nnd energetic solicitor, A. i f,,r them. Miss Myrtle Tannehlll. who j( yy, nvis, S. A. liradley, T, II. De-
llall Johnson it Is well understood has always a favorite wherever she ap-1 );oard, James J. (iarren, T. J. Dillinn
held the Intention of goinn carefully ' pears and in whatever role, last niKht ham, W. 8. Nettles. Oseur White, W.
over every bit of the ground at this received a great denl of the applause, I parker, P. V. Brooks, N. S. Miller,
time, searching out every suggested ( The scenic effect were line and farx. C. Hawkins, B. C Carpenter, G. B.
clue, regardless of Its apparent lmpor- .above the ordinary scenery carried hy f Ljnch,
tance, In order to put someone In the n troupe on the road. As this Is Me- . Third Week, April 20.
prisoners doi'k or definitely establish . ntyre's first year as a star, his friends i w. P. Morris, IX. W. Freeman, W.
that nothlng'tangible Is known to nny- here will doubtless watch with Inter-1 Palhmer, T. Jl. Buckner, J. C.
one In this community. est his work this season as this period j Alexander, A. J. Gilliam. J. M. Wilson.
. A. Merrill, II. A. Moss, W. E.
Fletcher, J. E. Hawthorne, O. C. Wll
ion 8. I j. Gudger, R. M. Davidson, W.
A. Davis, V. G. Sorrels, J. H. Davidson,
Fll M. Ownby. John GrifTln. A. U
Bright, H. T. Collins, It. J. Alexander,
(. B. Glenn.
Is considered the crucial time In
a player's life.
(Continued from page 1.)
Carolina potitmai-ters were announced
yesterday: Enterprise, Davidson coun
ty, Junius 1. Zimmerman, vice D. A.
Tesh, deceased; Kemp Mills,, Itnn
dolph county. John T. Brown, vice
E Brown, resigned; Macon, Warren
county, Iul M. Harris, vice I- B.
Dr. J. I Foust, president of the
State Normal at Greensboro, is here
and has Invited Senator Swanson of
Virginia, to make the commencement
address at Greensboro, Mr. Swanson
will In all probability accept.
PA RKEB R. ANDEHSON.
SPRie OPENING BEGINS
11 MjUSER STORE
Will Continue Tomorrow and
Saturday Expert Clothes
MRS. GENTRY GUILTY
Oklahoma City Woman Sentenced lo
Ufe Term In Prison for Mur
. j The loss of the teeth causes the up-
per und lower jaws to come together. le Gentry waa convicted of first de
inns changing the angle of the Jaw
ami giving that peculiar senile cd
nee) appearance to the chin
and month. .'iTJie Mnol!S' for thbr is. Gantry on the night of January six
of 'course, 4i preserve the teeth. Do
H now Dr, Matthews guarantees bis
work. Offices cor. ColtcpaWind Spruce
tLiicU, mar court house phone 49.
Grant's No. 14 Cures OoiJa. 25 cents
$300 CASH $300
; $300 cash and $30 per month will
I huy a new six room modern house.
men ioi, paveu Mreet. Price $3(100.
DONNAHOE & BLEDSOE
Phone 010. - Ri-al itato.
New $1.00 Bills Free.
The parties whose names appear In
In the Special Classified Page will be
called on each week day morning be
tween the hours of g and 10 o'clock.
Have your name marked and receive
a dollar. . tl.
FOR SALE Or exchange, one rever
sible Disc Plow, Spray Pump, work
bench, chest, pulleys und other
odds and ends. 120 Hillside street.
BOOKKEEPER of nine years' experi
ence desires position as assistant In
olflce nnd collector, A-l references.
Address X Y Z, Gazette-News. 23-.1t
WANTED Young man to travel for
large bonne. Apply 8:30 a. m. at 47
Central Ave. 23-3t.
W.NTED Clean cotton rags. Inquire
of Pressman, Gazette-News. tf
WANTED White girl, age 1,1 to 1,'.
to assist with house work. Cull at
353 W. Haywood. 23-3t;
FOR BALE A good 8-room house in
aiontrord section for $3500. Owner
non-resident and anxious to sell. F.
M. Messier, American National
Bank Bldg. 23-.1t.
I HAVE Just received my Harmony
Talking Machines. Would b glud
to nave yon call in and see nnd
G. D. Allison. Phone 35.-;
IMPORTED DILL PICKLES
We have never had finer ones.
53 Patton Art.
Kindling 10c per bos
Six Phonu K. 1101.
TIME IS MONEY
- SAVE TIME-SAVE MONEY
BE MODERN USE ELECTRICITY
Electrically heated appliances Insure Economy. Convenience
ami a saving of time and labor. Our display room affords you
choice from a good assortment of electric labor saving devices
that are becoming more popular every day with people In larger
We mention here a few of the many things that you can see
In our display rooms or we will gladly supply you with anything
you may desire which wo have not in stock;
Hot Water Cup
Oven with Broilers
Surglcnl Instrument Sterilizer
Frying Pans .
Asheville Electric Co.
ELECTRIC HEATING APPARATUS
Ouarantmt, the Rest. Protiipt attention tivcu to nil
PIEDMONT ELECTRIC COMPANY
Opposite Postoffice. 64 Patton Ave.
The Gruner Sanitarium
31 Haywood Street.
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
I. W. Glaser, dealer In men's fur
nishings at 18 Patton avenue. Is hav
ing hU spring opening today, tomor
row and Saturday, March . 8 and 9.
During the opening Harry Slocum, an
expert designer, representing Isaac
Hamburger Sonr of Baltimore, will
be at the store and will take measure-
Oklahoma City; March 7 Mrs. Ties-! ments, the store guaranteeing a per
! on. KENT Ten room house, Lex
ington avenue, near North Main.
Apply J. H. , McConnell. 23-.1t
An Investment A Bargain
A seven-room modern house and lot
well located, rents well. Price
$3250.00. with $400 cash, bal. $25 per
DONNAHOE & BLEDSOE ;
Phone 6 10. , ... ., Real liitntA,
Citizens Transfer Company
JULIAN WOODCOCK, Owner.
' FURNITUR RE MOVING
. Prompt Bagage Transfer Service.
Endorsed bj V, O. T. and T. P. A,
Over BOO samples of heautl-;
Imprltionment. The woman was tried
for murdering her husband Thomas J.
Pee Prown-Weaver Hardware Co.,
25 Norm ilu Wreet for Poultry Netting-
patrons In selection.
Asherllle Paint A Olasa Co.. formerly
Tlie UllloT-IUce Paint C I.nreg Paint
Chamber Weaver, Uvery. Phone II
Four and five room apartmonta
either furnished or unfurnished, lo
cation Cumberland avenue.
, MARSTELLER & CO.,
,; Heal Estate, '
20 irainood St.
' FOR BALK.
Blx room cottage, modern.
$$600.00. Term like rent. ,
MARSTELLER & CO.,
20 llayul tit.
Oliver Chilled Plows
We have Ihe apfoncy for this oelebrntoil Plow; anil to
day wp are unlondino; our second car load. -
Tito winnors in the corn contests usq Oliver Chilled
Plows. If you have not. tried one yet let us sell you
one today. Yon will never regret it.
Hardware Co. ...
, West Pack Square
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