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THE ASHEVILLE CITIZEN, MONDAY, MAT 21, 191T.
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LOMOBHTER. X. C May to. Mr.
W. &. WlUon wu In Aahevllle on
business laat Thursday.
Mr. J. Carver, of Canto. N. C was
bar aoma Uma last weak.
Mr. C. C. Olance m a vlaltor to
Aahavtlla laat Saturday.
Rav. R. O. Tuttla, of Weaverville,
N. C. presiding eldar of tha Asheville
district M. iO. church eouth, waa here
laat Haturday and Hunday for tha
quarterly meeting held at . Grace
Mrs. Robert Kore and children, of
Pocatella, Idaho, are hare on an ex
tended vlalt to her parent, Mr. and
Mra. Robert 11. oluder.
Meaara. A. T. and O. A. Brown, of
tha New Found section, were In
Aehevllle last week-end.
The Mlaeea Ford, of rtayesvllle,
are here on an extended vlalt.
Mr. and Mra Will T. Hall, of Aehe
vllle. visited relatives here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Coaton and aon.
Master George Coaton, of Aahevllla,
vlalted Mra. C'oston's parents, Mr. and
Mra. John H. Mall, hare Sunday.
Mr. George Mofflt, of Canton, was
here last week.
Mr. Claud Coffee, of Aabavtlle, waa
a vlaltor last Sunday.
Mr. I-Joyd Plemmons returned re
cently from Wake county, where ha
has been teaching for several months.
Mr. O. M. Clark waa a business vis
itor to Aahevill laat Saturday.
Mr. Bewell Morgan and ee versa
frienda were hare via motor from
Hominy, N. C, Sunday.
IMr. and Mra. Oeorge Plemmons of
Canton, were here laat week.
Mr. and Mrs. John w. Neely and
family, of Aahevllla, motored here for
a abort stay last Sunday.
Mr. Fred Hall, of South Bend, Ind.,
la on a visit to relatives hare and In
Mr. Milton Revla. of Weat Asheville.
waa here some time last week.
Mr. W. A. Irvln went to Aahevllle
on bustnesa last Saturday.
Mr. and Mra. Thomaa Hlppa, of
Canton, vlalted the tatter's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Plemmons, In the
New Found section Sunday.
Mlaa Kate Hall, of Aahevllle, spent
the -day with relatlvea here Sunday.
Mra. Edwards, of Tancey county,
ia spending some time with her
daughter, Mra. J. M. Shook.
Mr. Floyd 6. Shook waa In Aahevllle
Mr. 8. O. Ingraham, of Arden, made
a hurried trip here Tuesday.
lira. Terrel, of Tennessee, is vlalt
lng her Bister, Mra. O. M. Clark, and
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gillespie mo
tored to Aahevllle Tuesday.
Mr. M. J. Coney apent part of the
week with hla aon, Mr. Horace Cof
fey, at Canton.
BTLACK MOUNTAIN, May II. Mr.
and Mra, Walter Llddell, of Scranton,
'a., are visiting frienda in Black
, Mountain. ' -
; Mra. F. 8. Franklin and aon Thom
as. Mra. R. H. Bethel, and Mra. W. L.
Butt, of Charlotte, have taken a cot
tags hara and will spend the summer.
Mra 8. Collyer, of New York, has
rented tha Zlckler cottage on the
Montreal road for. the season.
Mrs. P. B. Fitter, of Concord, N. C.
waa in Black Mountain Friday. She
Will spend tha summer in Montreat.
Mra. B. S. Harold, of Jacksonville,
Fla. la in Montreat for the season.
' , Mrs. D. FerreM, of .Mississippi and
v South Carolina, has returned to her
summer cottage in Montreat. .
Mrs, T..H. Parkinson, of Columbus.
0 ia the guest of hla daughter, Mrs. J
, Kooert currier. .
Mr. and Mra. George Lewis, of New
Tork city, are on a - visit to ' Mrs.
Lewie father, Major J. P. Wilson.
Mra. Ella 6. Tompkins, of Edgefield,
S. C, la tha guest of her daughter,
Mra.. George N. Ennett ,
Mra. C. En Jennings, of Shares, Va.,
la visiting her sister, Mrs. F. IU Dlck
Mr. . W, A. Moffatt and family, of
West Aahevllle, have taken a cottage
an Vance avenue. Mr, (Moffatt Is ed
, Itor of The Mountain Tourist, a new
paper here, published on Thursday of
each week. .
Mr. and Mrs 'Lester Snyder, of
, Cacatta, Fla., .visited Mrs. Snyder's
mother, Mrs. M; Green, for a few days
en route to their home in New Jersey.
Dr. .J. H. Dew.. an . evangelist, of
Texas, is conducting a revival meeting
at tna Baptist church. -
Mr. J. K. Many, Mr. R..E. Currier,
and Mr. T. H. Parkinson, have gone
Ml a fishing trip to Toe river.
Sir. R. L. Woodard is in High point
attending a meeting of the Odd Fel
lows grand lodge.
Mr. and Mrs. John Watters, of
) Aahevllle, apent Wednesday la Black
Miss G. Evans, of Greensboro, is
tha guest of her slater, Mrs. Iiouis
, Quite a large party went over to
Aahevllle In automobiles Saturday af
ternoon' and evening to attend the
The social event of tha week waa
the lovely bridge dinner with which
Mrs. Adrian Hegerman entertained
the Bridge club and several friends
on Wednesday afternoon. The living
room, den and dining room were
decorated with wild flowers. Seven
games of auction were played, Mra.
Louise Vosa winning the club prise,
while Mrs. John Bradford carried off
fie. guests prise. At t o'clock a de
licious dinner 'waa' served. Among
those present were Mesdames James
Many, E. Ball, ' Robert currier, jack
Uedrtlnif, IxHile Vosa. John Broad foot,
Gertrude Bprague. W. B. Hughes,
John Watters of Aahevllle. Mlsa G.
Evans of Greensboro, Miss Dowd of
Charlotte, and Miss Ann Wilson.
WAYKEJSVTLLE. May 19. Mra. J. Asheville.
CANTON, May SO. The Woman's
club met at tha borne of Mra. N. K.
Wild Tuesday afternoon, being en
tertained ty Mra. Oeorge Vaughn and
Mra. w. O. Cole. The roll call waa
answered with quotation from a late
novel. Mra. C. V. Hampton read an
Interesting aketch from the life of the
novel let, Harold Ball Wright. Mra.
Frank Mease gave a sketch of Elea
nor rorter which was heard with In
terest, after which Mrs. W. R, Shook
read a fine paper on Winston Chur
chill. The music for the program was
rumisnea try Mlsa Mae Corcoran, alng.
lng. and Mlsa Esther Ross at the
piano. Mra. R. J. Sprang gave an In
tereatlng report of the meeting of the
stata federation, which she attended
at uuraam, as a delegate from Can
ton's club. lea cream, with whipped
cream, cake and roffee were served
by the hostesses. Those present wore
Mrs. Kosa, Mrs. Hunter, Mrs. Helder,
Mra. Mamnck, Mrs. Hand, Mra Bal
Iny, Mrs. Sprang, Mrs. Underwood,
Mra. Mrase. Mrs. Joalln. Mrs. Phillips,
Mrs. tit roup, Mra. Hampton, Mra.
Hhook. Mrs. Wild. Mra. Cola Mrs.
Vaughn, Mra. Secrest, Misses Sophia
Smathera, Esther Hoss, and Maa Cor
Miss Liuclle HIdds. with other mem
bars of the junior class of the hlah
school, entertained the members of
the graduating class, at her home laat
Friday evening. She was assisted by
Mrs. Muriel Joelln. musical instructor.
The house waa decorated In tha class
colors, white and green and charades
waa tna game of the evening. Each
girl of the seniors drew a bluebird
from tha wall and to each bird waa
basted a white crepe de chine hand
kerchief and tha only young man re
celved a beautiful white tie. Fruit
salad, wafers, coffee and an ice course
waa aerved. The guests of honor were
Prof. C. E. Owen, superintendent:
Prof. J. W. Bradley, principal, and
Mlaa Stewart. The graduating claaa la
composed of Mlaaea Margaret Mease,
Helma Kenney, Ola Smathera and
Rubye Trammell and Mr. Clay Peg
ram. The junior class members are
Misses Isucile Hipps, Pauline McClure,
Tynah Phillips, Xaiine Taylor and
Ethel Harrison and Mr. Max Fox, Mr.
Rufus Moore and Mr. John Debord.
Mrs. W. G. Byers and Mrs. Edwin
Flncher, of Clyde, attended com
mencement exercises here this week.
Mr. Li. C. Sheffield has returned to
his home at Wood row, after spend
lng several days in Canton, the
guest of his aon, Mr. W. E. Sheffield.
Mrs. John Peebles Is a patient at
Meriwether hospital, where she was
taken for treatment
Mr. Cecil Pleas haa returned to his
home at Cruso, from a dental school
In Atlanta, and will practice dentistry
Mrs. Fred West of Clyde spent last
Tuesday in Canton, the guest of her
mother, Mrs. Cochran.
Mrs. A. D. Wood and daughters,
Misses Dorcas and Ruth, were Ashe
ville visitors last Saturday.
Mr. and Mra. W. W. Shay were in
Canton from Cruso this week.
Mrs. I 8. Kenney and daughter,
Miss Helma, apent last Saturday in
$1.60 Suit or
115.00 Suit or
tfl.tO Suit or
Coat , ,
11( 00 Suit or
tit. SO Suit or
H5.00 Suit or
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Our tfalf price Jafe
of ladies' Suits. Coats and presses
tailored Suits and Coats
e e s
a - a.e tea
at a a- a r-
IBO.oo suit or
Vw- weV m M'f l
Hardin Howell entertained very de
lightfully Friday afternoon at her
Mra. J. N. Glbbs, of Whlttler, was
. I. .i,. A D., uH ixt r
home "Windover" with a thimble vf.. ' Ml?
party in honor of Mra. J. D. Mooney
nee Howell those enjoying Mrs.
Howell's hospitality were: Misses Nan
Mrs. R. L. Penland and Mrs. G. M.
Fish, of Clyde, spent Tuesday here.
Mr. Earl riamrlck is home from
S.L Wake Fost-S. where he' ha.
Ward. -T H VlnCra.ken. Weat: Jim . ywr - . - - -
Trim.- a v u .Ja Tkn..inn I Wednesday in Asheville with friends.
JL varv dellirhtful Ice course waa xvui syom
served I JH(n,a.' in jvsaevtiie.
Mlaa Adora Smathera complimented
her cousin, Mrs- Jack Johnston, of
San Francisco, laat Thursday after'
noon with a bridge party. Tne nome
was beautiful in snowballs and dog-
wood blossoms. Many rubbers were
olaved the prizes going to Mlaa Bes
sie Ray. Mesdames Ernest Withers
and Brenner Gilmer, which were
natives and the young easterner de
fends her and she Is acquitted.
The Galax pipe organ will accom
pany the pictures today with a ape
clal musical program.
I Low Cost Menus
Strawberries and Cream.
Cheese Omelet. Toast.
Codfish a la Manto.
Spiced Rhubarb. Cookies.
Welsh Sandwiches. Cocoa.
Ham and Steak Roll.
Raisin and Rhubarb Pie.
Ever Try Locating Satisfaction?
Then say: "One-Eight-Hundred" tq Your Telephone
We know your wants and want your business.
Quality, Service, Price considered.
SAWYER & STRADLEY
Thai Star SanltaiT Where Quality Prevail,
ISO Dinner Party Table Syrafx
MARSHALL, N. C, May 20. ,Mrs
S. W. Mackev returned Mondav from
beautiful clotures. The home guest 1 Ashevilla and Weavervtllo nrhai-a h
was also presented wiin a picture ai has been visiting.
A home built in Grove Park can be
sold at a profit rather than at a loss.
'Phone list. tf.
the conclusion of the game. Pello
ious refreshments were served. Those
nrnaiint were: Mesdames Jack jonn-
Ktnn. Krneat Withers. Branner Gilmer,
Robert Mitchell. B. J. Sloan. James
nirinrflnM. J. D. Mooney: Misses Bes
sie Ray, Nan Klllian. Robena Miller,
Dorothv Muasell Nanneue Jones,
Alice Qulnlan, Minnie aoya.
A lecture, illustrated with stere
opticon slides Is to be given at the
Woodfin school house at 8 o'clock
Tuesday evening by Miss Allle Rymer.
assisted by Mr. McCormlck, county
chemist. No charge will be made,
The public U cordially Invited,
Mr. James E. Rector waa here from
Mr. and Mrs. Church left Thursday
for their home in Taunton, Mass ,
after a visit to their son here, Mr. M
Mr. W. E. King waa here from
Betty I Asheville the first of the wek.
I Ml . T I i 1. I - .... 1 . , 1
The woman s ciuo met i wim i -unj aiuiuj.
Mrs. D. M- Killlan. A large numuer
LIBUTENANT COBB RETURNS.
Lieutenant A; H. Cobb who for the
past several weeks, has been closing
radio stations along the Atlantic coast
for the government, haa returned to
Anr, Rrnum mil Cole were guests,
During the business session ul u
club a resolution was paseea mi
henceforth no refreshments be serv
ed while the country is at war. The
subject of the program was. House
Keeping." The drill in parliamentary
law waa connucien oy n. -
Joyner. Interesting papers wcr. iwu
hv Mesdames 13. M. Klllian, Camp
bell. Clarence Miller, at the con
clusion of the meeting the -club sang,
"Mv Country 'Tis of Thee" with J- A.
u,.,ti D...niTinftnvlii? on the piano.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jarrett, of Wins.
ton-Salem, are visiting friends here.
Miss Mae Sprlngles came homo
Friday from Raleigh where she has
been In school.
Messrs. Baacom Hensley, Eugene
Rector and E. J. Ray left Saturday
night for Fort Oglethorpe, Ga,
Misses Tennte Brown, of Leicester,
was visiting frienda here this week.
Mrs. W. M. SherriH, of Llncolnton.
N. C., was here the frrat of the week,
the guest of her son. Rev. Karl Sher
Messrs. Howard Rector, Barney
Davis, Cletus Ensleir and Kenneth
Davis left Tuesday night for Toledo,
Ohio, where they have accepted po
sitions with the Cleveland Automo-
Now that European production has
been abut off, Nebraska leads the
world in the potash Industry.
i T.t and Clem Satterthwalt bile company.
J t .. . . V. ; 11 Tnatav I ,,! Cma.Vaw wan In A .hn
nrefA visitors in ABItovunJ x I ...ic. uu. ..,t..fr,.. ... nouo
Delightfully cool and com
fortable, and most attractive
in their crisp, fresh dainti
ness, these new cotton frocks
are being taken rapidly.
There is a large assort
ment, including voile, ging
hams, combinations of ging
ham with crash, and novelty
weaves, in all colors and
There are sizes from 16 to
46, and all prices.
11 Patton Ave.
Children's Department ThirdTloor.
rr i r arrlvert no me yesior-
surantwater. Tenn., where he
attended scnooi ai i"" -v.-
emy. , . A
Mrs. 1. a. narroia ns 'clui "ou,
the winter in Florida.
m r n Moonev. of Shelby, Is
visiting relatives here for a few weeks.
Mrs. IJave Kusseu reiumou
Mra. R. M. Rhlnehart spent several
davs In Asheville last week.
Misses Helen and Lois Briggs spent
Saturday In Asheville.
Judge G. S. Ferguson arrivea nome
Mr. Dudley Jordan, or Mampnis,
waa In town laat Sunday.
Bishop Atkins arrived home Satur
Rev. Oo. croweu ann iamuy nave
moved to Winchester, Ky.
Misses Betty Hyatt ana wusia
Smathera spent Saturday in Aahe
ville the first of the week
Mr. E. B. Gilbert was In Marion, N.
C, Friday and Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Buckner, of
North Piatt, Nebraska, are here the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bailey.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stackhouse.
of Stackhouse, were In town Tuesday.
AT THE "MOVIES'
FAIRVIEW. May 0. Rev. N. B.
rnuups, after a pastorate of over
seven years, has moved to Democrat
to take charge of a new field re
cently organised from four churches.
Plney Mountain, Democrat. Barnard-
vllle, and Chestnut Grove. His work
here haa been wonderfully blessed and
the entlr. community feels the deep
Mr. and Mrs. A. F- Morgan, of
Marion, will move to their new home
at this place next weak.
Mra J. L. Alsworth and daughter
are visiting relatives In Marlon.
Mr. A. B. Freeman, of Asheville,
paid a flying visit to relatives here
durlnv the week.
Mr- James Toms Is visiting his sis-
tar. Mm a. W. Lynch.
Mr. E. D. Weaver was out during
the week In the interest of the agrl
nnltnral club boys and the pig club.
Mlsa Fay Bhuford ia visiting her sis
ter near Wayneeville.
Prof. R. H. Hutchinson and family
of th. Hominy section were here this
week visltlna old Mends-
Mrs. Kimsey Howell and daughter.
Mlsa Evanta, of wayneevuie, are raw
lag Da C m Mocnraum
AT THE PRINCESS.
Bessie Love will be seen at the
Princess today in the Trianale Fine
Arts play "Cheerful Givers."
The story is said to tell of Debhv.
the daughter of Parson Deady, who is
superintendent of a bankrupt or
phanage. When Mra. Grey, a wealthy
society woman, catches her handsome
son, Kenneth Harlan, flirting with
"the kitchen vampire" she discharges
that dimpled maid and sends to the
orphange for "the oldest boy," whom
she Intends to employ in the kitchen
instead of a girl. Hut there Is no
'oldest boy" at the orphanage, so
Bessie, to help out during the pecun
iary stress, puts on a curly wig, boy's
clothes and takes the position. She
deceives Mrs. Grey but not the son.
Petticoat Perils." a Triangle
comedy will also be shown today in
connection with "Cheerful Givers." I
The Princess orchestra will accom
pany the pictures today with appro
AT THE GALAX.
Mabel Taliaferro will be starred in
'The Magdalene of the Hills." the
Metro feature to be shown at the
In this photoplay Mabel Taliaferro
Is seen in tha role of a southern
mountain irtrl. The story tells of
Herbert Grayson who has large tim
ber holdings in a southern state. He
will not have school on hla lands, pre.
ferring to seek profit by the Igno
rance of the natives. Hla policy leads
to bitter feeling and finally a tragedy.
A mountain youth la auspected of hav
ing set fire to one of Grayson's mills
and is killed while resisting arrest
The sister vows vengeance and tries
to kill tha son of Grayson. He re-
paya her with kindness and shsalia
in lova with Mm. Tha girl to later
arrested for murder of on of fbM
Cheese Omelet Beat three eggs and
the yolks you have on hand. Add salt
and pepper, two oana of minced
paralep, and t tablespoons of grated
cheese. Mix well, pour Into omelet
pans in which has been melted one
tablespoon butter, and cook in the us
Codfish a la Manto Soak the fish
two hours In cold water, drain and
pour in boiling water enough to fully
cover the fish. Boil one-half hour.
Make a sauce by wetting one table- !
spoon of flour with a little cold water,
then pour over on. cup of boiling
water, one tablespoon of butter, and
boil Ave minutes. Add one hard boil
ed egg cut In small pieces.
Welsh Sandwiches Cream one
tablespoon of butter with two table
spoons of grated cheese. Season with
salt, pepper, a dash of dry mustard,
and half a teaspoon of taragon vine
gar. Spread between thin slices of
Player Piano Rolls With the Words to It
FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE
For the Best In Pianos; Edlsons and Vlctrolaa.
7t Psttoa Ave,
Ham and Steak Roll Roll a pound
slice of ham In two pounds of steak
and tie securely. Place the roll on
a wire stand in a kettle and pour over
It two cups of cold water. Cover and
cook as a pot roast. Thicken the gravy
In the pot with a little dissolved flour
and pour over the roll.
Dutch spinach cut a quarter or a
pound of bacon Into dice and fry until
brown. Add to this while still hot,
two tablespoons of vinegar. Beat
thoroughly one egg and add It to two
tablespoons of milk. Add this to the
bacon and stir over the Are until It
thickens. While hot pour over the
spinach which has been thoroughly
boiled and chopped fine.
Raisin and Rhubarb Pie cine cup
of rhubarb, one-half cup of raisins
chopped together. One cup or sugar,
two tablespoons flour, one egg. Bake
with two crusts.
II FhOM 20.
Oxygen apparatus that can be car
rled In a maft's pocket has been In
vented In France for reviving gas vic
Try This Penslar Cream
Women no longer use one toilet
cream for all purposes that is, ir
they are particular about the little
refinements of the toilet.
A nourishing, softening, healing
and refreshing cream like Penalar
Buttermilk Cerate Is one thing; and a
vanishing bleach cream, used also for
protecting the sKin, Is quite another.
Dioxide Cream is a very dainty
cream of the latter sort. It is really
a dioxide cream, and contains oxygen.
It' Is really a vanishing cream rub
It on your hand or cheek for a mo
ment and you will aee for yourself.
A great many women use it before
going Into strong winds or bright
sunshine. Just a little rubbed over
the face and hands, then dusted ever
so llrhtly with the powder puff, pro
tects the skin against all sorts of
Of course it is flne-7-the Penslar
label Is never found on any.hwj but
the hlahest Quality products. It's
aura to please you. Why not stop In
and get a 25 cent Jar next'time you
are near our store. Tou might as well
have the best when it costs no more.
Walker's Drug Store
M. A W. Indian Coal always
meets with the approval of the
one who pays the bills and tends
Have you tried this clean, free
burning and satisfaction giving
coalT If not, it's time you did.
Orders filled promptly in any
quantity and size, at prices you
have been paying for a quality
no better If as good.
Shampooing and Manicuring.
Facial Massage and Scalp Treat
ment. Marlnello Preparations.
86 Haywood St. 'Phone 1671 "
If You Want
valde obtainable make it
a point to visit our
3 Biltmore Ave.
for ladies and gentlemen. Elec
trolysis by expert operator.
Shampooing and marcel waving.
Miss 'Cruise's Shop
SS Haywood St. Phone 1.
$7.uO A Set
NO DEPOSITS REQUIRED
Come to my office any morn
ing and let me take an Impres
sion of your mouth and return
the same evening and get your
REMEMBER Perfect Fit or
White Crowns 93
Gold Crowne . . . ...... 14
Bridge Work .. w $5
All Work at Red need Prices.
Dr. Baity , Dentist
. 8 1-9 BUtmore Ave
Reopption room with Dr. G. 8.
Healthful and Nourishing ' ;
Sold in 1 and S-pound sanitary
"Ask Tour Grocer"
Made Dally at
Handte's Tea Store.
88 Co 11 ego St.
' WHOLESALE GROCERS
DANDEL WEBSTER AND
GOLD COIN FLOURS
Santo Domingo's 1I1S rainfall of
six inches exceeded ihat fit ISli by
to Good A Hage.
Tha assertion that the birds of
Sooth Afrtoa ara not son: birds nasi
aaatn dlaprOTftd. '
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