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Oct. 12, 1917, edition 1 /
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LIBERTY LOAN ARE
, (Continued front ,?age On.)
average tiu been only about H,
- 000,000. - ,
. ' "It is particularly Important to hn
.. Jraa upon the people of the country
that this vast undertaking must not
m let to the people of great wealth
aa do auoh rum can be aubaciibed
cept by tka arnat co-operation of
ll tha poopl of the country.
"It la estimated that in th first
. campaign there were about (.000,000
. subscribers and with tha better or
... gaalsation available and th largo
amount of educational work which
baa been Aon, the country ahould be
able to count at the eloae of the cam
, palgn aubaciiptloni from at leaet 10,
000.000 people." .
- Analysis of the returna ihow that
' the reserve bank of New Tork has
placed In actual subscriptions more
' than twice aa much aa the reat of th
country. , To maintain tha daily avsr-
a; Of subscriptions, tha total at the
cioae of business last night ahould
have bee nearly 11,000,000,000. Th
reported total Is lass than oa-ixth
. at tni sum. ,.; ...,.
t - Returns are much at variance, also.
" with figure announced at tha various
rederal reserve bank cities, local head
quarter of tha loan. Thua, at Phila
. delphla, the estimated tout several
days aro was 150.000,000 and at Chi-
Cairo it was aaid that Up to last Satur
day night there bad been payments
made on approximately 125,000,000 in
subscriptions. Chicago la down on th
, official list for 14, 810,000 and Phila
delphia for lll.S8S.000.
. "Campaigning has lust started In
If lnnesota and ' other northwestern
ita tea aast of Montana.. Work In the
far south and Txa I proceeding
COME TO AN END
ASQUfTH DECLARES HIS
Puts No Faith in German
1 Talk of Terms of
LONDON, Oct. It. Addreeslng a
war alma meeting at Liverpool to
night, former Premier Asoutth re
ferred to recent declaration by Ger
man statesmen and writers and aatd
that bis previously exDreaeed skeotl-
clsm regarding the reichstag' peace
resolution was Justified by the event
for the Oermsn partis had been
squabbling ever since with Infinite
acrimony concerning Ita orthodox In-1
com worse confounded with the
publication of tha chancellor's reply
to me papal note.
Doubtless, said Mr. Aaqulth, in both
Germany and Austria there was a
widespread and genuine desire for
peace and In tha reichstag Itself,
sienaer as ware its powers and dl
vided Its counsels, there were Indies
tlons of a growing spirit of revolt
against tha government methods.
"But." eontinued Mr. Aaqulth. "the
dominant fact with which we have to
deal Is neither German public opinion
nor th German parliament, but the
Onrm tn government. Doe that gov
ernment mean Business? - is ita d
sir fpr peace slnoer T"
Ad mining that nobody pretends
tnai it would be right for either aide
to formulate an ultimatum, detailed
and exhaustive which nust b ac
cept J chapter and vers as an In
dispensable condition of peace, and
tmat many things must be left for so
oommodatlon and adjustment . by
negotiation, Mr. Aaqulth declared that
at th same time tha allies trust be
resolute and definite In their assertion
of th means whereby. peace must be
attained.- . v -.
He referred to tha BDeeeh of tha
uerman foreign secretary, Dr. von
Kuehlmann, respecting Alsaoe-Lor-
ON BATTLE FnORI
fContlnns from Pag Onc
On tha various German front th
entente forces lost IT4 airplanes dur
ing Septsmber as against 82 machines
lost by the Germans, according to fig
ures given out by army headquarters
todsy. Th text of th announcement
"Th losses sustained by the enemy
aerial force In September on the Ger
man front were twenty-two captlv
oanoons ana I7 airplanes, including
1(7 behind our lines. The remainder
were brought down beyond enemy po
sition In encounter war lost 82
airplanea and .five captive balloon."
IMPORTANT GROUND GAINED.
BERLIN. Oct 11. f Via London. 1
Important ground In ChaUme Wood,
north of Verdun waa captured by Ger
man tfoop from the French yesterday
v.ii i . : " . .. .
tivii. niiunii airanger aiiacas.
nroutiuviars announced loaay.
Other Inroada were made upn th
rrencn line in th Verdun region.
intense artillery nra
in LOOK AT CHILD'S I
SKX TONGUE IF SICK
imEEBMSWS CROSS, FEVERISH
Importance , of Getting the
American Troona There UUny. JHOtnerl Bemoye
I 1 11111. j.
jwiauua irvm xuue atom
ach, liver and bowels.
Quickly Is Stressed.
LEXINGTON, Xy., Oct. 11. Lex-
Ington's grand circuit meeting came to
a close today after ten daya of suo
.. ceeaful sport. ' A card of four purse
races Was offered thraa of which
wera won la straight heats. Measles, I rains ana said:
; the winner of th 1:20 trot, became.. German diplomacy la
th flrat and only tripl winner of thfDr,"ea for deftness, but
meeting. Alary Kosaund Parr ba
cam a double winner when ah won
th 1:10 pac th first event on th
card, this giving her driver. Chas. A.
Valentin, th credit f winning fly
raoes, th greatest . number won by
any driver during the meeting. . Gen
try C, also Joined th ranks of dou
ble rac winner in th 1:11 trot,
which he won handily, making a new
record of 1:0T 1-4 in th final heat.
Tha three-year-old , trot was th
only split beat race of th afternoon.
being won by Harvest Tide after
Bourbon orb bad beaten bar th
nrst beet : . .. .. ....
LONDON. 6ct W. MaJor-Ganral
Frederick B. Maurice, chief director of
military operationa at th war emoe,
in ni weekly talk today witn tn As
sociated Press, after an optimistic re
view of th last week's work on tha I
British front In Flanders, said:
"W have every right to be confident I
wnen we see what our men nave done.
But the fighting Is hard and we do)
not think that th present eerie HI
battle In Flanders is going to end I
th war. There la a great deal morel
hard fighting before us. I would say I
that the importance of getting Amerl-1
Has been In I can troODB hers as ou ckly aa DosslDla.
progress on tne rianaers front wnsreiana in the greatest posslDl numbers.
STEAM ROLLER W0EK3 SSSES.
ago a vsvs ix uuiuuii
a French attack near Draibank waa
unsuocessruny launched. There was
no attack by tha British. In an air
Dattla in which some eighty machines
took part three entente aimlanea wars
snoi aown, accoraing to tna omolal
PETROGKAD. Oct 11. German
troop attacked th Russian Unas
soutn or the pskoff road on th Riga
fro lit yesterday and aucceeded in
pusnmg nacK aom of th Russian de
tachments, tha war office announced
today. Th statement reoorta renewal
of German attempts to fraternise with
tha Russian foroes on th . northern
COAL SHORTAGE IM
even In Its
TltJ te a horn In Grove Park
Ilk s oertl float of -deposit of a bank
-aiway worth jts fans vaiu plus in
isreai. . .rnon lass. .... ,,i . . Advt
WELL RESCI2TD nrSTRCCTIONS.
' WAStttSGTON. Oct 11. Great
Britain will rescind Instruction Issued
last January- to ; British mortgage
companies in mis country not to re
new mortgage on American farms
out to place th money at th disposal
of British authorities for war pur-
posea.. ' ri . j. '. t
' Approxtmataly $100,000,000 In Brit-
. isn capita naa oean mvestea in farm
mortgages In th south and middle
west and had tha companies called the
loans it waa laared many farmers
would Have been financially em bar
raased. ,f r . . .
,'" . FAST TRIP. '
NEWPORT NEWS,, Va Oct. 11.
Lieutenant Ballerini, of th Italian
Army flying aquad stationed at Lang
ley Field, near Hampton this after
noon ascended to an attitude of 11,000
ieei ana return ea to earth in Just
twenty-four minute. Th ttrlp was
- mad to test the Sla machine used by
cajienni ana ma aviator axpreaeed
. themselve as delighted with th re
Freparationg for tha flight to
uineoia, t. i., on Saturday are rapid
ly being completed arid It was said to-
nigni max only adverse weather con.
dltiona will interfere.'
: . olfCST BE INSPECTED.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 11. Neutral
vessels sailing for north European
neutral ports can get bunker eoal In
the United States,' but only on condi
tion that their cargoes be submitted
to Inspection her and that they con
tain nothing that may be of benefit
to Germany, -
annala It will be difficult to find
mor clumsy or mor transparent
maneuver man this . maladroit at'
tempt to aow discord between our
selves and our French allies. Von
Kuelhmann relegate . th -Belgian
quoetlon to a Secondary question.
"I have formerly asked wwhethar
Germany waa ready To restore Belgium
In th only real sense acceptable to the
allies, but I bay reoelved no answer,
and Von Kuehlmann, who can , be
boisterously definite and precise eon
cerning Alsace-Lorraine, preserv re
garding Belgium an unbroken, but
V GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER,"
CAMBRIDGE. III., Oct. 11. Joseph
Wakelln, ef 1 Melrose, ; waa tonight
touna guuty oi manslaughter on ac
count of th death of his daughter
voretta, seven year or ag.
Wakelln and his wife were ortsrl
nally Indicted for murder,' but when
tney were placed on trial District At
torney Tufts had the charge changed
to manslaughter. The state contend
ed that .when Loretta. .or "Tootsie"
as she was called, .was sent home from
school on the morning of June 1, lll.
ior a dook sne Tiao roraotten. sne ob-
Jected to returning, and that In a fit
or anger, waiceun seised her mora
forcibly than ha Intended and choked
her to death. Then. In order to divert
suspicion, accoraing to state's allega
tion, he mutilated the child's body
and concealed It in the wood near
his home In Melrose so a to make It
appear that his daughter had been
tne victim or degenerate.
EDITOR 18 GCILTT.
Wlerse, member of the editorial stall
of The Charleston (8. C.) American.
and. Johano Klattenhorff. formerly
commander .of . th German vessel
Uebenfele, co-defendants, . were eon
victed tn the United States District
court here today on charges of con.
splraoy In connection with the sink
ing ef the merchantman In Charles
ton harbor nine month ago. - Wirs
was sentenced to serve two years In
the Federal penitentiary in Atlanta,
and to pay a fine of 11.000. Oaotaln
Klattenhorff, who la already serving
penal term or one year on a ore-
vlous conviction In connection with
the , sinking of the vessel, was aen.
tenced to serve aix months In addt.
tion to his present sentence and to
nay a fine of 1100.
a motion ror a new tnai for both
the prisoners was refued and notice
of appeal was tiled.
' For head" or throat
t-atarrh try the
(J wyortratmnt -
WILL REFUSE COAL.
We always have a
complete stock of
Face ; Powders, Lo
tions. Soap, etc
J S Clavme, Afgr.
THE HAGUE, Oct. 11 Th for
sign office today Issued a communica
tion, announcing that according to a
dispatch received from the Nether-
...... .WW . MIIIIIR Wlf. III.
American government had decided to
refuse eoal bunkering facilities to ves
sels bound for countries bordering on
The communication add that un
less the Washington government ea-
eolally sanction - shipments to Hoi
and, sea trafflo between Holland and
her colonies will become Impossible,
Inasmuch as bunker ooal also la tin.
obtainable from South Africa.
TED STATES IS
Continued from Page One.)
has not been diminished.
"The word 'steam roller which was
so. often used In the early days of the
war in eonnectlon with the Russian
army, is exactly the right word to
characterise the British advanoe in
Flanders. It is an advance not rapid.
but insistent, irresistible. It goes up
hill very slowly, but now It is going
down bill and battles are following
each other more and more rapidly.
"I want to say a word about the
work which has been done behind our
lines In 'preparing for these battle. 1
don't wish to minimize th U-boat
threat, but t can truthfully say that j
nothing th U-boats have don has
delayed ror a single nour woric in
France; it has not dslayed a aingl
round of ammunition or a ration fori
the soldiers. The British army waa
Une YV ayt
Thh apace donated by
Central Bank & Trust Cv
. South Pack Square. ... ...... . , , , ..
Look at the tongue, mothsr! If coat
ed, it I a aur sign that your little
one's stomach, liver and bowel need
gentle, thorough, cleansing at once.
When peevish, cross, hsUess, pale,
doesn't sleep, doesnt eat or act natur
ally, r I feverish, stomach sear,
breath bad; haa stomah-eohe, sore
throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, arlva a'
teaapoonful of "California Syrup of
M ifm, - mna in a lew noura ail tn ioui.
constipated waste. . undigested foo4
aad aour bile gently more out of its
little bowels without griping,, and you
ANew Way toShave
Tender Skins With
the boidiera. The Britwn army wa have a well, playful child again,
never better fed or suppllsd than to- yen neWnVooax aick chlldr
for the delegation said, are Buffering
and cannot wait until the northwest
suppuea unaer tne fuel administra
tion's priority order before laying In
winter stocks. Mayors of some towns
have seised carloads of coal en route
to the lake and have annortinnad it
among the inhabitants. Dr. Garfield
assured the delegation that Ohio
would be adequately supplied under a
plan to be announced within a few
days. , ?
The fuel administration's flrat mrnn
toward a general apportionment of
coal was made today in an, order di
recting that mlnea alone: tha Penn.
sylvanla railroad system supply under
a pro-rata plan all the coal the road
neeas. Lavter other roads will be
supplied in the same fashion and the
nnai intention la to distribute coal
among domestic user and industries
where it-Is most essential.
Coal prices In some districts of
Tennessee, Kentucky and Virginia
were raised today by the fuel ad
ministration after it was shown that
operator could not mine coal at a
profit at the prices fixed recently.
NATIONAL ARMY MEN PRILL.
RICHMOND. Va.. Oct. 11. Men of
the new national army, for the first
time In any section of the nation, this
afternoon gave an exhibition drill out
side their cantonment. A battalion,
00 strong, from Coint Lee. near
Petersburg, attended the Virginia
State fair here today and for more
than an hour drilled and maneuvered
before the grandstand, winning' con
tinuous applause. All of the . men
were completely outfitted and wore
winter uniforms. They were brought
here la a special train under the com
mand of Major Jennings C. Wise, of
Richmond, who directed the drill and
paraded through the city going to and
returning from the ' fair grounds.
Major-General Cronkhlte and staff a
well as Governor Henry Carter Stuart
witnessed the drill.
Commenting on the uerman report
that the British had lost a half .mil
lion men in the present series of
battles. General Maurice said:
The figure are grotesque, we bare
not had that many men engaged. Aa
have already told you, our casual-
tie have been very light and the Ger
man casualties are knowjpto have been
seventy-five per centr greater than
JUDGE'S ROOM AT THE
COURT HOUSE BURNS
take this harmless "fruit taziUive"!
they love ita delicious taste, and it al
ways make them feel splendid.
. Ask your druraist for. a hottla
of "California Gyrus of Figs," which
haa directions for babies, , chil
dren of all age and for grown-ups
plainly on the bottle. Beware of
counterfeit sold here. To be aure
you get the genuine, aak to see that
it Is made by "California Fig Syrup
company." RentM any other kind
with contemms. . ' Advt,
BOLO PASHA, CALLED
IS DEAD AT HICKORY
Fbe Pucowfed at I o'clock This
Moraine and ; Is Quickly Extin
guishedCourt House Threatened,
Fire of an unknown origin, dis
covered at S o'clock this morning, did
some damage in the Judge'a room at
the county court bouse
HICKORY, Oct 11. Rev. Joseph
L. Murphy, D. V., pastor of Corinth
Reformed church of this city for
nearly twenty-Seven years, died at the
Richard - Baker hospital here this
morning shortly after I o'clook follow
ing a stroke of apoplexy which over
came him while on hi way to his
church last night to eonduot the regu
lar mid-week prayer services. Fol
- I nivi2 ,i
I ' Insurance ' will , kelp to I
I; build your, house in. eaae
I I I of lost, but it won't gave
- J, Z I J yHOME AND FAMILY
r-1;- T' I Fire claim thousand of
I Uvea every year.'
' I v I Protect Your Wife and
0.CS ,N i I Cluldren With. ..,
hr.'TfS I . PYRENE
', J"' J." J I Bay liberty Bond.
iTi r S I BROWN B4RDWARC
ZZyA; - : r COMPANY.
f ., -. . I BS Broadway.
lanl Bole -Psanali eslwstamM tm '
(he realm of high spy finance and
The flames had gained considerable wlna The aokVhVaoinlaTsed imo fctt7lUe In attempts to de
headway whon the blase waa dis- ISSL 5,JS2r! jihJ Ik.? Uucfc the American and rrench
covered through the windo and anloondltion until tha end came. ;, Dr. NM the subjects of inveatl.
Murphy waa one of the best known katlons CondBcted in Paris by
minister in the Reformed church of I French military authorities and in
(ha eiirVi Vnnara 1 amvaa.m will sVA lev . a. . . w . aa
ATTEMPTS TO IMPEACH.
MARSHFIELD. Mo.. Oct. 11
tempt to Impeach testimony of cer
tain witnesr.es against Claude J. Pier
sol we.j made today by attorneys who
are defending him against charges of
naving aianappoa uoya Keet, the in
fant son of J. Holland Keet, a wealthy
Springfield, Mo., banker.
Much of today'a court aesslon was
devoted to Identification of the hand
writing in two letters receive 1 by Mr.
Keet demanding ransom for his child.
Two handwriting expert declared that
the chlrography in those letter waa
Identical vtth writing which was
Identified aa Plersol .
LONDON, Oct. 11. The- British
government has reaulsitloned the
Bwedlch steamers Pphynx, Bellgrove,
uremona ana i'nynu. These steamers,
which now are in British ports, al-
tnougn nymg tne Bweaiali nag, are
nun iv fnti9(i-o nc(l.
The action hai be in taken In order
to protect the British cnpltul invested
In the ships, as the German Drlze
court nas decided that notwithstand
ing a neutral flag they will treat such
vessols ns British. The steamers
henceforth will fly the British flag
and be armed for detente. Their
owners will be compensated by the
MEN AT CAMPS.
WASHINGTON, P. C. Oct 11 The
number of men of America's national
army either actually under training,
or ordered to the sixteen cantonment
throughout the country totals 411,180.
In making public these figures to
day, Secretary Baker said that the
shipments of clothing to the camps is
keeping pace with the arrival of the
new troops. Up to October 2, the day
Derore tna second increment or draft
At-1 men was ordered out, nearly thirteen
milium (triiuiea uj wearmy apparel
and sleeping equipment had been sent
to the cantonments and shipments
are being made daily.
alarm turned in.
Prompt arrival of 'the Are depart
ment and quick work with both hose
and chemical, put aa end to the
Discovery of the fire, which was
made practically by accident, la re
garded as extremely fortunate, as the
few minutes longer would have see!
a conflagration which would have
been difficult to master, at the best,
and might have destroyed the court
house, with all Its. rrepacable rec
ords. MRS. FRANCES AKERS
DIES III VIRGINIA
the south. ; Funeral services will be
held from Corinth Reformed ohurch
tomorrow afternoon, conducted by
Rev. W. W. Rowe of Newton and Rev.
J. O. Leonard, D. D., of Lexington.
interment will be in Oakwood ceme
tery. Members of th local Masonic
and Pythian lodges, .of which the de
ceased was a member, will attend the
aarvloM in a body.
Business houses of hickory will
close from S:Z0 to B o'clock tomorrow
evening while the funeral services are
Jew York by . Atty. Gen. M. B.
ewisv - v .
The existence of a German nnrO
aptlon fond of almost Incredible
proportions, employed bv Barn.
torn and his associates, has been
eveaiea. nolo will be tried for hie
Th Southern Serves the South..
Published as Information net guaranteed
EFfECTIVB etPTIMBfH 23. Ml
TO EXPLAIN MAKING
OF TRENCH TORCHES
BILL AT SOFIA.
e- LONDON, Oct 11. The Oer-'f
- man emperor has arrived at
Sofia, according to a Central
4- News dispatch from that city.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS.
TOLEDO, Ohio, Oct. 11. Delphos,
a village in Allen county, composed
almost entirely of German-Americans,
has subscribed 1100,000 to the second
Liberty loan, it was announced today
in a telegram to tna northwestern
Ohio committee located here. Thla
amount was subscribed at the first
4- PROBE ALLEGED PLOT.
PRINCETON, N. X. Oct 11,-
Military authorities are aald to
-f be InveeUa-atine; an allas-ed nlot
to poison several hundred eta-
dent at th government aero.
nautical school here. O. . Llvln-
1 good, a student at the wehooL
in whoee room a large quantity of
poison crystals wa said to have
been found, 1 reported to have
been arrested and taken to Gov-
ernor'a Island for court martial.
Neither the authoritiea at the
aviation school nor officials of
the university will discuss any
Bhasa of tha caaa. -
t i .
The following telegram from Rich
mond was received here yesterday:
"Mrs. Prances Shelton Akers, the
wife of Arthur K. Akers, formerly
manager of the Postal Telegraph com
pany at Ashevlile. died this afternoon
at her home In Floyd, Va., following j
a long illness."
Both Mr. and Mrs. Akers were well
known In thla city, where Mr. Akers
for a number Of years was the repre
sentative of the telegraph company,
FIRE STILL pCRSING.
WILMINGTON. N. C. Oct ll-Flr
attributed to spontaneous eonfbustlon
among hundreds of tons of coal at the
Champion compress of the ootton
porting firm of Alex Sprunt and son.
of this city is still burning tonight
twelve hours after discovery, but It is
well in hand and the compress with
a largeatock of cotton at no time has
been in danger. No estimate of dam
age Is made and the loss Is amply
covered by Insurance.
MALCOLM PATTERSOX DIES.
GREENVILLE. ' S. C Oct 11.
Malcolm Patterson of Henryvllle,
Tenn., a private In Battery F, of th
114th neid artillery, 'formerly tn
First Tennessee Held artillery, died to
day at the base hospital at Camp
Sevier of spinal meningitis. A mili
tary escort accompanied the body to
Tennessee this afternoon. The disease.
it is thought, waa contracted before
Patterson came to the camp here.
Owing to the confusion in the city
over the proper method of making
trench torches, Mrs. William Blood,
head of the movement for supplying
these torches from Ashevlile, will de
liver a short lecture at the Y. W. C.
A. this afternoon at 4 o'clock, ex
plaining fully Just how the torches are
made. Mrs. Blood said last night that
out of 1,100 submitted, only 360 were
found properly made.
J AROUND TOWN
WASHINGTON, Oot ,11. A Rome
dispatch to the Italian embaasy today
announced that an Austrian torpedo
boat destroyer had been captured by
the Italians In the Adriatic. The Aus
trian crew surrendered without firing
MI-O-BA STOPS ILL
APPEALS FOR AID.
Why suffer with that Uncomfortable
feeling of fullness, headache, . dizziness,
sour, gassy, upset stomach, or heartburn ?
Get relief at once delays are dangerous.
Buy today now a too. box of Ml-o-na
Tablets. - There Js no -more effective
stomach remedy. For sale at Smith's
Drug Store. , - . . Advt
An appeal for aid Is being made In
behalf of Butler Brooks and family,
whose borne on Lyman street was de
stroy e a by fire the other day. Mr.
Brooks has eight children, and in view
of the fact that everything waa lost in
the Are. including clothing, it is feared
that the children will suffer during
tne cold weataer unless aid is forth
MEDICAL SOCIETY TO MEET.
At the meeting of the Buncombe
County Medical society next Monday
night there will be a paper, "Thera
peutie Pneumothorax" by Dr. A. L.
Denchfleld; Dr. P. H. Ringer will re
TO FORM CABEVET.
NEGROES CALLED OCT.
; WASHINGTON, Oct 11. Orders
callkig out the remaining quotas of
negroes for the first national army and
assigning all the men to the camps in
which they are to be trained will be
Issued some time this month. It waa
stated at the war department today
that this step had been delayed to
await the graduation ef negro officers
at the Dee Moines training camp.
STOCKHOLM. Oct 11. King Gue-
tavhas charged M. Widen, president
of the second chamber or the parlia
ment with the task of forming a
cabinet - .- w . .
WHAT IS A CANTALOUPE?
CIyg the Wheat to the
soldiers, but 51 ve rjQS
- "I cantaloupe a' Vegetable or PV
fruit?" asks a writer of a letter-to-tne-edltor.
Those who are hasty and cocky will
reply that it Is neither; that it is. a
melon.' But wait a bit What Is a
melon? It is the fruit of cucurbltace-
ous plants. . '-
A cueurbltaceoue plant may produce
S cucumber which It does well to do
or a gourd, which Is useful for cer
tain purposes, but unpalatable. Th
typical cucurbit 1 a- gourd. At this
point w begin to pick up 'a hot trail
leading to the answer to -which, the
earnest Inquirer by-reason of his earn-'
estnese and because of the import
ance of the question, and the general
Interest Vn the correct answer. Is entitled.-
The gourd Is "a fleshy, many seeded
fruit as the melon, the cucumber, the !
pumpkin. Therefore the cantaloupe,,
when you get down te bed rock, is a
gourd. Louisville Curler Journal. '
Mrs. Isaa Hicks, of Blairsvllle. Pa
ls proud of her record of - flfty-flve
years of continuous rvieet as a Sun
day school teacher., . . .
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V ADMDflSTRATOR'S ' NOTTCB. '.
f ; :. .; ... . . . i - .-.
Havln; qualified as administrator ell
William Arthur, late of Buncombe I
Trains Arrive From .
No. Jacksonville, Savannah, 'i
' Columbia and Charleston 1:14 n.nt
No. 11 Richmond, Norfolk, New . .. .
xnra. rniiaeeipBla, tsal- -tlmore
1:4 n m
No. 11 Chattanooga, Knoxvllle, ' -
M e m p n i s, Cincinnati.
Louisville and St Louis. 2:11 n .
No. It New York, Philadelphia,
No. 18 Murphy, .Waynesvllla.... t.to p.m.
No, xu Murpny, waynesvuie ... 1:10 in,
No. Si G o 1 d s b o r o,. Raleigh,
Greensboro ............. $;U n in
No. Z? Charleston, Columbia ,
and Sparunburg ....... :10 p.m.
No. t Cincinnati, Chicago.
Memphis, New Orleans,
Birmingham, 19:10 cn
No. IS Salisbury and the East.. 2:40 a.m.
No. 41 Spartanburg, Atlanta,
Macon. Montgomery at
New Orleans .11:11 sun.
No. lOJ Bristol, Knoxvllle . and
Chattanooga ...... .1015 p. m.
Trains Deeart Fer.
No. 10 Columbia, Savannah.
Charleston and WIN
,N mlngton 4:10a.m.
No. 11 KnoxvUle, Chattanooga,
Louisville and St. Louis t-tt
No. 11 Richmond. Norfolk. . t o-
cal east 1 -in n
No. 16 New York, Philadelnhla, r
Washington and east 1:4k r
No. It Waynesvllle,. Murphy . . S:S0 am"-1
N 19 Wavnesvllle. Murntiv . . t un
No. 27 Knoxvllle, Chattanooga,
jirniingrwm, bw wr- " - :
leans, .Memphis, Cln- '
clnnatl and Chicago t:ln
Ho. ti Charleston, Columbia and '
and Spartanburg 10:40 a.m.
No. St Salisbury and east....... 1:00 a.m
No. 4 Spartanburg 7:00 a.m.
No. 101 Bristol, KnoxvUle and -
Chattanooga ........ l:it '
Trams ana v
operated in two see-
STREET CAR SCHEDULE)
In Effect June T. 117.
ZILUCO AND RETURN-- :Oa, Sk.
1:80 A. M.
RIVERSIDE PARK :1S and every IS
minutes until 11: CO p. m.
DEPOT VIA 80UTHSIDE AVENfE
1:30 a. m. and every IS minutes until 1:15:
p. m., then every 7 minutes Until t:45
p. m., then every 11 minutes until 11:00,
''D'pOT VIA FRENCH BROAD AVE
NUE 1:00 a. m. and every 15 minutes '
until, 11:00 p. m.
MANOR 4:00 at m. and every It min-
11:00 p. ro.
rv IS mlnutoa until
11:S0 car. runs through: re.
m, and ever;
m.: "ii:io car. runs throne
turn leaves end ef car line at 11:00,
PAT TON AVENUB 4:00 a.
every It minutes until 11:00 p. m. an
EAST STREET :0O a. m. aad every I I
IS minutes until 11:00 p. m. VV
r.RACB. VIA MERRfMON IVENTIK-
:00 a. m.. then every . It minutes until - -
KIurMuno, e:w a. m. ana tnen every
If minutes until !i;00 p. m., last car.
DEPOT AND WEST ABBEVILLE VIA
SOUTH3IDB AVENUE 6 SO a. m.. and
every It minuus.untll 1 m,
Sunday hediMeDlffers'm 'the Fen.
. ina rjirucuiin : -" -.-. r
. .... ..t . . ' ..-, r' -(.'T
'' Oar leaves Bquar for Manor 1:0 a.' tnu,
arrlv Square t:lS and :0, then. vry
10 minute until 8:10. - - : .
Cars leave Square for Dejot via JSoeth-
side avenue S:tV 1:45. :0, :lSw 1.30,
1:60. T;J0. 1:00 and t:30 a. tn.- Care leave
Sauare for Depot via French Broad av. '
Sue CO. . T:. 7:4t and l:
Car tor Depot leaves Square i a si na.
both Southslde and French Broad. .
First car leaves the Sauar for 'Cher;
lotte street 'at ;0 . m,j aad every St
minutes until :S0; next 8:4S.
. vi-t car -leaves' the Sauare tar 'KlvaaL
sine s;v. ni - -.
rint ear leaves the Sauara tar W.
Ashevlile :!. 7:00: next t JO... - i
First car n ooumrw ior dirmort
county, thla la to notify all persons :8 a. nv and every Jo minute on Ul l.oe
having claims against the estat of- s. Iw "-,,.
id deceased to -exhibit them to 'the J$$JjEi 7t7.
nndwrfgned en or before September !57rn,,M aama aa week dava. .
T, 11 8. or this notice will be plead In I n evening wbea entertainments ' are
bar of their recovery.. All persons ln)m progre at the Andltortum . th last
aeoted to saia estate win pieaae maae i " "
sient leaving Square at regular time aad
Thla, th. .Ttb day -ef BeptemWl.lT. "S ml?SSt Na 15, nlrtl
J. W, L. ARTHUR, train, to minute before schedule or as
t40-T-14-ll-18-5-ll. Administrator, sounced arrival.
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