Henderson Daily Dispatch (Henderson, … /
Sept. 29, 1917, edition 1 /
Part of Henderson Daily Dispatch (Henderson, N.C.) / About this page
page has errors
The date, title, or page description is wrong
This page has harmful content
This page contains sensitive or offensive material
HENDERSON DAILY DISPATCH
FOR A PRESCRIPTION
AND THEN HAVE IT
To get the best results the physician needs
a skilled pharmacist who knows how to com
pound prescriptions with absolute accuracy.
That's the kind of service you get here. Let
us convince you of this by bringing us your
A GOOD TIME TO BUILD
IF YOU ARE GOING to do any kind of
building or repairing at all this season now
is the best time of all. Weather condi
tions are favorable, the price of material
as low as it will ever be, and we are pre-
f- ared to make prompt delivery of all sup
IF YOU NEED to repair your farm fences
we have an abundance of boards, posts
and everything needed &fr that purpose,
and now is a good time to do it.
IF YOU WANT ANYTHING in the line
of lumber, lath, shingles, doors, blinds,
sasLj2jouldingrr glass, limeK cement, brick,
KANSAS CITY, MO. ITALY GET REWARDS
Ten Thousand Delegates Scarcity of Machinery and
Expected at Convention
There October 24-30.
Labor Induces Govern
ment to Offer Prizes.
(By the Associated Press.)
Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 29. Ten
thousand delegates representing
MARTIN L. HALL S
DiffercntGrades and Prices.
Good to the Last Drop.
(By the Associated Pre.)
Rome. Se:i. 9. The Ua'l v,i lr.
is try of Agriculture has jutt com
churches of the Disciples of Christ, pleted the award of 12.713 prizes Full Line Fancy Groceries,
it is expected, will attend the Gen- to women workers on farms. In Prnrnn j r . q
eral Convention of the denomination Italy, owing to the scarcity of arri- 4 roP a"a .v:ouJlC.?U4 cr"
which will be held here October 24 I cultural machinery, the lack of la-1 Vice. IUICJC Delivery,
to 31. I bor since the war has been felt morel ,u. . . . .
The great aim of the Disciples of I than In any other country, and this tLtrnUNt NO. 251.
Christ, according to leaders. Is to lack has had to be made up largely
1 t A At- 14 A t m I L afthA. A k A HA JAAK I A ik A I M W A
unug aocui me unincaiion oi an 1 oy iub use ui uihh wuur iu uortfV DADVPnp
Christian denominations, 'and this fields, helped by boys and girls tJUl r ARKER 5 EXTRA
vear deleeates from other rellffioua I from elcht rears upwards.
bodies will attend the contention to I In March. 1916. In order to en- WkDlJAGt. SEED.
discuss ways and means of extend- courage these hard-working women
ing the unification movemtyU. I th eDepartment of Agriculture an-1 tor making tike cabbage for the
Among those from other denomlna- I nounced a series of awards to be I later. Ato Parker Ultra TunJp
uons wno wm attena tne contention " ?"wlBir W for euUu Turtdt ud Yos rn ttat txttlLir Wtki
Cloter Srcd, new U the' , ...
n nrnm; waai Tw
The Standard Garage
All Work Handled by Mea
Who Know How.
Full Line of Parts and Ac
TO IIATINC THAX THi: Cf.tu.
families that had done the best. The
ChariM p. AndPnnn nf th Fnirn- awards for the past yea? hate Innl""'
th."TfAV" s been made. Some of them consist tlL. Itje ad Wheat M.
II. Woodrow. of St. Louis, Henr I of diplomas and medals, other of
M. Beardsler. Kansas CitT. and the I diplomas and money.
Iter. Charles M. Sheldon, Topeka,
representing . the Congregational
shows 73 gold medals. 5.739 gold
and sllter medals. 2,845 sllter med-
church, tvo'llef. Robert E. Sder. nd 2,223 ,fu of money.
er ff i l .a A a aaaa.sav
New Ypfk, president of the Presby
terian'Board of Foreign Missions,
and a delegation of laymen and
clergy, which was appointed at the
Presbyterion General Assembly at
Dallas last May.
Other speakers on the program
The Ministry's report quotes the
reasons for awards in a large num
ber of cases. As example, the fol-l
lowing are selected at random:
Paulina Bendinl. widow of Bor-
go San .Donnino. After her fite
sons had been called to the army.
W. W. PARkER,
UtM cook at
lncindAt h Upt. PrinV n rmn ne remained with her three grand-
- - . . , . - . . I
sons ana lea orparw, ikfii onf 10
twelte. She managed cot only the
uitirg, tjtc., we ha;e itraad-f or Jrou, with
quality and price as right as right can be.
Albany, N. Y., presiednt of the
American Christian Contention; the
Rev. S. Guy Inman, New York, sec
retary of the Disciples' Commission
on Religious Work In Latin-Amer
ica; Mrs. Florence Miller Dlack.
Louisville, Ky.,; and Daniel Poling
of Boston, representing the United
Societies of Christian Endeavor.
The Church of the Disciples of
Christ, also known as the Christian
Church, has a membership estimat
ed at 1,500.000. It draws its
members principally from Ohio. In
diana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Illinois
COOL OFF WITH
Iowa, Oklahoma. Missouri. Kansas. rhUdrcn, the eldest only eleven
fcmily but the farm of ten acres,
besides fifteen head of cattle, with
out outside aid.
'Maria Guatarrl of Sperllnga: In
the period when hartcstlng was
most necessary and labor scarcest.
the first woman to come forward 1 1111 DAKDLK JnUr.
and work In the field, setting a
p!endid example which had great
"Roja D'Argenlo of Atelllno: Her
husband was called up In May. 1915.
Although she had a family of eight
Try It- rW tim Uf.
Texas. Arkansas, North Carolina,
Georgia, Colorado. Washington, and
ears old, she worked her farm of I
2 1-2 acres thoroughly without al
lowing her domestic Interests Jo
"Catarlna Clmadamore, of Ar.-
... A A A
zo: Alter ner nusana ana inn
Henderson, K. 0.
Official Watch- Inspector
Bcaboird &ncl Soalhcra
OOE1 rrEST-OLABS WATCH
Wc have in stock Cotton
Seed Meal, Hulls, Feed
Oats, Ship Stuff. Flour, Seed
Oats, Rye and Clover, Com
mon and Rock Salt.
And Our Price Arc Low.
ISIIII SEEKS NEW TKEATY
TII T1IE UNITED STATES
Toklo. SeDt. 29. The N'lehl fClchl I ..n;.i -.A
. . I iridic ri'ldui l M u; lain vi . j. f n i . i . c t f m t
claims that Viscount Ishll. now in wllh lhe aId o( a 70 car o!a sran!- All CrnM briendid line o
,,. nn.1 n fim&!( rouslrm car-1 WATCI121S. CLOCKB AliD
- I tied, out ail The farm 1 Htr hrct- JEKLEY.
nn;ttie crop. or. J loo.?, att-ft me 7atcli KtpilrtJiTl" 0p:U
nnu.naii on n iana oi n acr win
out idccttlup the care of he tt're
the United States, will seV
aeTeemenrr or- arrange c.
coiivenUou or undcrstan:ng rAn'
cerning the Far East with vi'w to
preventing any misunderstanding in
Mexico Han llounlry TrouMc.
Mexico City, Sept. 29. A boun
dry commission has been appointed
' by Mexico to surrey and map ac 4
curately the Itio Hondo which forms
the boundry line between the Mexi
can territory of Quintans Roo and
British Honduras. The river, it I
said, never has been accurately
By fcatlcx j oar c!l
pilr4. Nw ose i;l ;
dollar till, ati j-i cs t ti
oU oa ca4 to .f n vii
for but Unit.
HDIl TIII3I Itl
L.T.HOWARD S. SQN
Tlx fto- A Il.nf'
CHICAGO OFFICER MAY
CHECK FOOD HOAHDINO
llerlcrt Horr OfTrr Vrlry Vrt
HrtMik I'lacr lit l'tt AImlnl
FRANCIS A. HA CON
TIRES AND TUBES
A FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES.
HENDERSON GARAGE & SUPPLY COMPANY
GOODYEAR SERVICE STATION
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
(Ily th. AMoclalrl Pre.)
Chicago. Fcpt. 2. Vcley 11.
Wtbrook. flrl deputy nupcrln
tendent of police. I cnnUlcrlnj: to
day an offer mule to hltn by Herbert
C. Hoarer. Fr.lcral Komi Adminis
trator, to check up rn hoardinic and
holding of ft,rd.
Wc '-t brook Is Mftlns In hl pri--c:it
t-npicUy through a temporary
ROpoi;:trnen: t:a! by Chi f of Ia
lice II. T. Shriller.
MISS ROTH BACK HOME
FROM LOCAL liUaflTAL
Mlsa Jessie Iloth was reraorcd to
her home Thursday afternoon after
spendlnj; more than three ctk at
Sarah KHrabeth honpltal whll re
covering from wound he reeeltcd
when she was hot by Autln Green
on Garnett street on the afternoon
of Bepember 4. She i greatly Im
proved and Is abl to sit up In her
bed. It waa announced by the fam
ily, however, that the little girl till
could not receive visitor.
Mexico Ha Hum Guard.
Mexico City. Sept. 29.Dodle of
"Home Guards" have been organlx-
ed in Vera Crux and other tlates
to oppose bandit raids.
A. W. GHOLSON,
Jeweler and Optomctrot,
Henderson. N. C
am duly Kesistcred and Li- RMtacs rtot um: i i , :u :
censed to examine eyes ands
fit glasses by the North Car-, DR- CHAS. HUTCHISON.
olina State Board of Opto-; Surgeon Dent:,:.
mctry ; Over Kemer-MrcNV.:r Dr;:.
EYES EXAMINED FREE..L. s.t.oru:
! i hone o5o, riendcrron, .i.i.
TTie Sanitary Dairy
FOR PUFH MILK AND CHCAfl.
J. B. yVL-lHIW. Prop.
and wtrf In any Hjle. Alo
11M la boxe to take bome.
ItcfHSerwn'a Ilrt TUco to lUt.
J. r. JIAXIIXTII. Prop.
Member Ctwunber Commcrrtv
Cut Stove Weed Lengths
J. M. PEACE
DR. L. V. HENDERSON,
Fpeci! altrtilioa c1 Tj
rbe a4 It rj ti-
thom: .a 12 .
)WeHavea Strong Pull j
with erery ona "who one baya onr
aanltary wrapped brad. Oor
qoare daal oetbodt appVa! to
eTeryona. W ttrlre to pleae
70a. knowing that If w tncced
70a will recommend tie to your
friend. Tnafa oor bt adrer
Uaecnent. QUAUTT 8CBT1CS
vMHBoiai IlrtmA- aad Old.
Wo wth to axmoaar that Mr. Joel T. Cbratlwua t f '
touted with tho Cltifcena I Wit 7 A Loan Cck, aod will U tutt In
our office on Garnett mrret.
We ! kit m liberal abare of your boiDr Oar pf-rUiUn
will be reflected In the prompt and eOcleet way la whkh
tuimlle Ilmt i:tat Iamraee of all kind. Collect Votar IVat
THANK YOU FOR ANY BUSINESS YOU MAY
TURN OUR WAY.
CITIZENS REALTY & LOAN GO.
If you have something you don't
want, or want aomethinff you haven't
got, try Want Adj.
Henderson Daily Dispatch (Henderson, N.C.)
groups preceding, succeeding, and alternate titles together.
Sept. 29, 1917, edition 1
Click "Submit" to
request a review of this
page. NCDHC staff will check .
0 / 75
North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Open ONI. View system reports.
DigitalNC is a project of the North Carolina Digital Heritage
Center, the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural
Hill Libraries and our sponsors.
Background image: Grandfather Mountain,