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Thursday April 2, 1914
TBI ASHEVILLE GAZETTE-NEWS
Children Cry for Fletcher's
The Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for oyer 80 years, has borne the signature of
and has been made under his pcr-
IrJ Bonal snpervigion sincelts Infancy.
V&arTY, 'CUcAi4& Allow no one to deceive yon in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTOR IA
Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it
has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation,
Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and
Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Boweli.
assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
I Bears the Signature of
The Kind Yon Have Always Bought
In Ute For Over 30 Years
They all see It now what
Henry Ford saw years ago
that the light, strong, qual
ity car, sold at a low price,
hest meets the demands of all
the people. Now they're all
following where Henry Fprd
FIwb hundred dollar is the price of
the Ford runabout: the touring car
le Ave -fifty; the town car seven fifty
f. o. b. Detroit complete with equip
ment. Oet catalog and particular!
D. G'Shaw Motor Co.
Phone aafi 3. a. Rlotabourg, Mgr.
George Powell, of This City
In Washington Conferr
ing With Officials.
NOTABLE EVENT T
PUCE IN CHARLOTTE
Portrait of the Late Joseph
Harvey Wilson Placed in
The Law Library. '
Washington, April 3.
George S. Powell of Ashevllle, sec
retary of the Appalachian Park as
sociation, conferred yesterday with
Secretary Daniels and other officials
In Washington with a view to further,
ing the plans ol the association,
whose main object is to have the
Weeks law so amended as to nermlt
the Southern Appalachian mountains
to be opened up as a national park
such as the Yellowstone park and
other similar government grounds of
It Is believed that eventually some
plan will be worked out to provide for
this park. The plans are to use such
part of the Appalachian forest reserve
which Is being purchased from time
to time under the provisions of the
Weeks' law as a park which will be
open to the people of the east. If the
plans are carried out thousands of
acres of land in western North Caro
lina will be purchased by the govern
ment, roads built and maintained, and
the mountains, which are now lying
idle. Will be converted Into the most
beautiful parte e,ast of the Rockies.
It is proposed to have the govern
ment lease ground for hotels, which
will be thrown open to the public for
recreation and, in short, make the
mountains of western North Carolina
equal, if not superior, to the Yellow
stone National park. Besides the
governors of a half dozen or more
southern states, including Governor
Craig, of North Carolina, many other
prominent men are identified with the
movement. Among them arc Earl
Godbey, of Greensboro; Mayor Han
kin, of Ashevllle, and a dozen or more
other prominent North Carolinians.
Plann are now under way to hold o
conference in Washington the latter
part of this month at whieh the gov
ernors of the several southern states
anc. the members of the board of di
rectors will be invited. At this confer
ence definite plans, It is believed, will
be worked out whereby the associa
tion will have the support of all de
partments of the government.
UY A GOOD GRADE OF PLAIN FLOUR! Put your
Rumford Baking Powder
in it then yon will know you have pure, wholesome breads,
otherwise you do not.
"Chess, checkers tnd whist are mar
velottx Inventions." says the phlloso
plier of folly. "They enable h man to
waste his time and still have the feel
ing tlraf he is accomplishing something
Intellectual." Cleveland Leader.
DRINK HOT TEA
FOR A BAD COLD
Get a small package of Hamburg
Breast Tea, or as the German folk
;all it, "Hamburger Brunt Thee," at any
pharmacy. Take a tab I (-spoonful of the
tea, put a cup of boiling water upon
it, pour through a sieve and drink a
teacup full at any time during the
day or before retiring. It is the moat
effect ivo way to break a cold and cure
grip, as it opens the pores of the akin,
relieving congestion. Also loosens the
bowels, thus driving a cold from the
Try it the next time you suffer from
a cold or the grip. It is inexpensive
l and entirely vegetable, therefore safe
i and harmless.
Special to The Gazette-News.
Charlotte.' April S. The presenta
tion Tuesday afternoon to the Law
Library association of the portrait of
the late Joseph Harvey Wilson of this
city, by his son, George E. Wilson and
family, was the most notable event of
the kind ever known in the city. The
Civil court room was filled to its ca
pacity with a gathering representing
Charlotte's old aristocracy to which
Mr. Wilson belonged. For over half
a century he wus one of the leading
lawyers of the state peer of Judge
Nathaniel Boyden, Judge Thos. S.
Ashe, Judge James W. Osborne, Hay
wood Gulon, Senator George Davis,
Zebulon Balrd Vance, Judge W. P.
Bynum, Judge W. E. Shipp. Clement
Dowd. Mr. Wilson was a son of Rev.
McKami Wilson, a descendant of
Francis McKamlc, the great Scotchman
who founded the first Presbyterian
church in America. The presentation
speech was made by Judge S. F, Os
borne. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. John
son, of Italeigh, the latter a daughter
of Mr. Wilson, were here to attend the
RUB BACKACHE AND
LUMBAGO RIGHT OUT
Cash or Credit$15.00
Buy a guaranteed all-wool, made to measure suit. This line e
Spring Fabric, we guarantee to be a $25.00 to S.10.00 line.
Silver Dollar Tailoring Co.
15 SOUTH MAIN STREET
-LET US KNOW YOUR WANTS-
Rub Fain and Stiffness sway with
a small bottle of old honest
i ct T.,u,v. nil
r 1 I ' ' ivvis
When your back is sore and lam
t f luftibagq, sciatica or rheumatism has
I you stiffened up, don't suffer I Oet a
25 cent bottle of old, honest "St
Jacobs Oil" at any drug store, pour a
little in your hand and ruh it right
into the pain or ache, and by the time
you count fifty, tbo soreness and lame
ness is gone.
Don't stay crippled I This soothing,
penetrating oil needs to be used only
nnee. It take the ache and pain right
ut of your back and ends the misery.
t is magical, yet absolutely harmless
and doesn t bum the akin.
Nothing else atop lumbago, sciatica
and lame back misery so promptly I
TOO -A. "Y" I
"ADVENTURES OF KATHLYN"
FOURTH PICTURE OF THE SERIES IS EN"TTLED
THE ROYAL SLAVE"
HAROLD MACORATH'S SENSATIONAL JUNGLE TALES PRODUCED
BY THE SEUO POLYSCOPE CO.
EVERY LADY ATTENDING TODAY'S PERFORMANCES WILL BE 01 V
EN A POST CARD PORTRAIT OP MISS KATHLYN WILLIAMS.
Friday and Saturday Specials
At the Store of Best Value
UP TO $1.25 LADIES'' WAISTS
Fancy Lawn and Lingerie Percales
and Linenes. Verv special
CHILDREN'S DRESSES AGES 6-14
You may choose from this showing of
up to $1.50 values, at
MESSALINE AND TAFFETA PETTI
COATS By yesterday 's express, in all the new
shades. Priced elsewhere $2.50,
CREPE KIM0NAS-JUST ARRIVED
A beautiful showing of patterns, and
well worth $1.25. Our price
LADIES' NEW BLOUSES Selling elsewhere at up $1.50. Here .98c.
All sizes 98c value
Better Qualities, Slightly
Ladies' 35c Quality,
-.The Panama Canal Is an enterprise
both commercial and military in con
ception and construction. Its chief
use, of course, is commercial; but It
remains a fact that the impetus that
brought it Into being,, so far as the
United States is concerned, was the
trip of the Oregon from the Pacific to
the Atlantic during the Spanish-American
The military uses of the canal, as
well as the excellent description of the
fortifications that have been planned
to protect It, are lucidly net forth in
"The Panama Canal" by Frederic J.
Everv American should read this
book which is now being distributed at
cost price to the readers of the Ashe
virle tiazette-News. Save the coupon.
HIGH SCHOOLS WEST
OF YADKIN IN DEBATE
OUR GARMENT SECTION is a very busy place these days. The many express
shipments we're receiving daily makes your frequent visits here a necessity if you
want LATER CREATIONS AT LOWER PRICES.
The Asheville Dry Goods Co.
"BETTER CLOTHES FOR LESS."
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Debate Will Up Held In Lenoir Col
lege Auditorium Friday uiglit
Special to Tbe riazctlc-Ncws.
Hickory, April 3.- The second an
nual declamation contesi for. all riato
high schools, eity high schools or
other schools of equal rank In the
etute West or the Yadkin river and
Davldion county, will be held In the
Lenoir college auditorium Friday ev
ening. April lit. This contest was In
augurated l"-yt year by President Fritz
of the college, and It was given con
The name of each contestant, the
subject of his declamation and u
Htatement from the principal of his
school showing that he is a honu fide
student must be in the hands of the
secretary of the college not later than
April 2U. Tin places of the declaim
ed on the program will be deter
mined by lot. In case there are more
than eight contestant, an eliminating
contest will be held in the college on
Friday afternoon. April 24.
The declamations are to contain not
more thun l.ouo words. The winner
will be presented with a gold medal.
Commencement at Claremont col
lege this year will occur May 8 to 12
The exercises will open on May 8 with
u program by the graduating class.
The Alumnae association will take up
May 9. Sunday, May 10, Rev. Dr. W.
M . Vines, pastor of the First Baptist
church, of Charlotte, will preach the
W. A. sdi of (hi city will deliver
the address to the graduating class,
which numbers 14.
TO GET SOUVENIRS
Washington. April I Souvenirs
are to be sent by th government to
Ueorge Washington' heirs as the
only compensation for land thut once
belonged tn the 1 1 rut president's es
tate In Ohio. The souvenirs consist
of reports of hearing before the
house public Linda committee on the
claims of Washington's descendants
for the land which Washington ac
quired by military script. The com
mittee could find no other way of
compensating the heir except to au
thorise publication of additional re
port of the hearings
Joel Ingram to L. C. Ingram, land
In Buncombe county; consideration
J . It Gates and wife to trustees of
the First Missionary Baptist church:
property on College street; considera
T. O. Williamson and wife to John
B. Sumner, property situated on
South Maain street; consideration
O. M. MrConnell and wife to Mary
K. G. Messier, property locited or!
Charlotte street, $10 and other con
siderations. J. B. Gudger and wife to J. J.
Poller, fluid situated on the east side
of Stewart drive; consideration $9.10.
A. M. Curtis arid wife to F. F. Cur
tis and wife, land located in Bun
combe county; $1 and divers other
R. P Potts and wife to Lewis F.
Roth, property on Brooklet street:
$10 and good and lawful considera
tions Clarence Rankin, trustee, to ,T. B,
Rankin, property situated on French
Broad avenue: consideration $C0.
ASHEVILLE, N. 0.
No Plush at AM Helps.
It. doesn't require h great deal of
push to get through the door of ad
versity. Detroit Journal.
GROVE PARK INN
GROVE PARK INN serves Luncheon 1:00 to 2:30
P. M. Dinner, 6:30 to 8:30 P. M.
Visitors to Asheville, although not guests of
GROVE PARK INN, are invited to dine and inspect
Special attention given to Luncheon and Dinner
Parties, if notified in advance.
Orchestra concerts 3:00 to 4:00 P. M., 8:00 to 10:00
P. M. Rates: $5.00 per day and up. Phone 3000.
MEAT CAUSE OF
Battery Park Hotel
OPEN THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. ASHEVTLLE, N. a
J. L. ALEXANDER. Prop.
Take Salts to flush Kidneys if
Back hurts or Bladder
District Court of the United State
Western District of North Csrollna.
In the matter of Peerleee-Festilon
Stores Co.. Bankrupt. NOTICE OF
FIRST MEETING OF CREDITORS
To the Creditors of the Pesrlsea
Faahlon Stores Co., a corporation,
of Ashevllle. N C :
Notice Is hereby liven that on
March 1.1. 1(14, the said corporation
u h ti uo-
wes adjudicated Inn
Ihi .first meeting of
be held at the I', h
In, at wh
krupt and that
Its creditors will
'cure room. Ashe
im I ni at II a.
id creditors may
i lalma, examine
t such other hus
i ly come liefore
If you must have your meat every
day, eat It, but flush your kidneys
with salts occasionally, says a noted
authority who tells us that meat forms
uric acid which almost paralyzes the
kidneys in their efforts to expel it
from the blood. They become slug
gish and weaken, then you suffer with
a dull misery in the kidney raft 6ft,
xharp p Ins in the back or nick head
ache, dizziness, your stomach sours,
tongue Is coated and when the weath
er Is bad you have rheumatic twinges.
The urine get cloudy, full of sediment,
the chsnnels often get sore and Irri
tated, obliging you to hoek relief two
or three limes during the night
Tn neutralize these irritating acids.
tO cleanse the kidneys and flush off
the body's urinous waste get four
ounces of Jad Salt from and pharm
acy here: take a tablcspoonful In a
glass of water before breakfast for a
few days and your kidneys will then
act fine. This famous salts le made
from the acid of grapes and lemon
Juice, combined with llthla, and has
been uaed for generatlona to flush
and stlmulste sluggish kidneys, aUo
to neutralize the aclda In urine, so it
no longer irritates, thus ending blad
Jad Baits Is inexpensive: cannot In
jure, and makes a delightful effer
vescent III lila water drink.
SUYETA PARK HOTEL
Open year round. Modern and convenient for commer
cial and tourist. Steam heated. Under new management.
Address WM. SCHAUFFLE. JR. Waynesville, N. 0.
COMMERCIAL AND TOURIST
American $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00
European 75c, $1.00 and $1.50
HARRY L. LANOEL, Prop.
THE ST. JOHN
Hendersonville, N 0.
Commercial Tourists. The Modern, attractive, big hotel
of the town. Every Convenience. Every Comfort.
Large Sample Boom. Located in Business Sec
tion. The St. John remain s open through
out the Year.
BRYSON HOTEL - - ANDREWS, N. C,
A refined homelike hotel, where y ou will enjoy stopping. The appoint
ments are up to date and the service and cuslne all that personal atten
tion can make It. RATES 12.00 per day. A. R. SPEARS. Proprietor.
THE SANDLIN HOUSE
Old Fort 'a Leading Hotel
$1.50 per day
Kaic lor longer period spon
Headquarters for traveling men
and lumbermen. Rates It per y
Special rales by the month. Path
room. Free sample rooms Rall-oad
eating ho view treating Souther., depot
I.hery In roam elen.
W. W. W HEELER F. B. FRT.
THE IMPERIAL HOTEL
E. M. OEI Kit, Prop.
FREE SAMPLE ROOMS
HOTEL REGAL murphy, north Carolina.
J. U SMATHKRH, Owner and Pr
Hot and Cold Water. Telephone la Every Room. Private Hatha, Bttan
Heat, Large Sample Rooms, Special Attention to 1 raveling Men
RATES: $2.00 and it .BO pr day. Special Rates by the
weak. flweiKisaiteis for II. C. T. and T. P. A.
THE OLD FORT INN
Old Fort, N. 0.
Conveniently located, near da pet.
Areommodatlon by , day, week or
month, .iatee reasonable.
L. J. Epley, Proprietor.
THE JAHRETT STRINGS HOT
Ratea It. per day. Hot and oetd ,
Hatha Special Rates by the Week or
R. P. J ARMPIT
I r. Thomas. M
(riipt(. Ashevllle. N
Mflahoew, . Jb '
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