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: Absolutely Puro iMBHOBUESTi 2s Sbe Frencb Broab faultier hendersonvilke.no Preferred Locals. Teachers Wanted. Several white teachers wanted in Rutherford bounty both male and female. Four month terms. First grade $30.00; second grade $25.00. Address, W. T . R. Bell, Rutherfordton, N. G. M. S. Shipman made our office a call last Monday. T. A. Edney, of Fruitland called to see us on Monday, R. J. Fletcher, of Horseshoe, was in town on Monday. ' T. M. Merrill, of Gerton gave us a pleasant call on Monday. Miss Lizzie Barnett spent several days at Lake Toxaway last week. The environments of a boy have much to do with his make-up as a man. G. G Hyder has gone to accept a pos ition with a prominent Atlanta concern Commissioner B T. Morris was in town on Monday and called at our of fice. " 1 Messrs. C. Oats and J. M. Wilson, of Bear Wallow, called to see us last Mon day. Eli Rhodes, of Maxwell, one of our oldest citizens, called to see us last Sat urday. , The Hendersonville Choral Society is a live institution. . It meets every Mon day night. John O. Keltey, of Candler called to see us on Monday and renewed his sub scription. C. C. McCall left on Monday for a southern tour. He will be absent for six months. Miss Eugenia Barneit spent a few days in Asheville last week visiting friends and relatives. W. F. Prior, now of Fruitland, called to see us on Monday and renewed his subscription. - Bergen Lyda.who has been in Indiana for some time, has returned to his home ' at Maxwell. Our force is weakened this week by the illness of Mr. Christie, an impor , tant factor in the office. Editor M. L. Shipman, left last Fri day for Raleigh after spending the hol idays with his family. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Justice and their little son returned yesterday from a pleasant visit with relatives in Colum bia. Last Monday was a gala day among the colored people. The town was full of them. .' Mancipation" day always brings a crowd. ' C. S. Osborne and Vernon Gallamore, of Brevard, passed through Henderson ville on Monday enroute to the A. & M, College at Raleigh. The Board of Trade will meet on to morrow night in business session. Let every member be present and contrib ute hib influence. The business meeting of the Board of Trade will be held to-morrow night. A full attendance is desired The hour of meeting is 7:30 sharp. Messrs. O. F. Toms and W. C. Rector left the first of the week for Raleigh to fill their places as Senator and Repre sentation respectively. A joint banquet between the K. of P's, and Odd Fellows was held at the Blue Ridge Inn on last Thursday night. It was ah enjoyable affair Mud Creek church has changed its day of meeting instead of third Sunday and Saturday before it is the fourth Sunday and Saturday before. Mrs. Rachel. Miller, relict of Capt. W. D. Miller, died last night at Rugby, aged 69 years. Further notice of this estimable lady will appear later. N Judge Ewart and J. R. Hill will ad dress the Board of Trade on Thursday night Jan. 12, 1905 at the court house. The public is cordially invited. Mr3. A. H. Parker, of Hickery, is visiting her brother, Dr. -J. G. Wal drop. This is her first Msit for eight years, and things appear quite changed. The Royal Arcanum will meet at their hall on Thursday night Jan 5th, at 7:30. Let every member be present. " . X v A. H Morey, Regent. Those in arrears on subscription will confer a great favor by remitting the amount due. We must settle the vear's V business at once. Let us hear from you - - - . , - - - V L. R. Williams, a Saluda merchant has filed a petition in bankruptcy m the United States clerk's office. The liabil ities are $2,257.54 and the assets are $1,723.95. , The Sylvan Valley news enters upon its 10th volume this , week." It is a bright, cleanr and well 'edited journal. May it live many years yet to accom plish good. W. L. Carmichael, formerly of Bre vard, will from this time on be a resi- dent of Hendersonville. The Hustler extends a welcome hand to him and his excellent family. Pleasant Grove church which has so long held the fourth Sunday, has been changed to the second Sunday and Sat urday before in order to secure the ser vices of Rev. O. L. On. For Mud Creek drainage the follow ing committee has been appointed by President J. W. Wofford: W. H. Ray, Pink Johnson, P. F. Patton, Johnson Newman and Robt Stepp. . The Legislature will meet on Jan. 4. Messrs Toms & Rector, who are part ners in the practice of law will both be members of that august body, and will be on hand at the opening. C. C. Breeding has just returned from his former home in Kentucky. He re ports a most delightful trip. During his absence, he met with several parties who spent last summer in Henderson ville. Mrs. S, F. Wheeler came up from Columbia on Friday to spend the holi day's at her old home in this city. Mr. Wheeler joined her here a few day's after and both are enjoying the festivi ties. - Clemmie Pace, the 12 yer old daugh ter of D, S. Pace, died last Thursday at 12 o'clock. The funeral was conducted from the residence on Friday by Rev. a.. R, Love and the interment was at Refuge church. C. A. Snow & Co., Patent Lawyers -of Washington, D. C, will send to any one, free, a pocket Memorandum Book and Diary for 1905 on receipt of actual post age, a two cent stamp. We have one. It is worth several times the money. Mrs. D. F. Moore and little son, of Mooresville, who spent the holidays with relatives at this place left the first of the week for their home accompa nied by Miss JuaniCa Starrette,who will spend several weeks among friends and relatives. The Pythian banquet held at the Blue Ridge Inn last Thursday night was one of the grand features of the holidays. The crowd was large and the menu was all that anyone could have wished for. All were pleased and went away feeling that it was good to have been there. - With the assistance of Misses Kathe rine Pender and Helena Morris the band was pleasantly entertained . on New Years eve by Mrs. F. S. Thomas. After elegant refreshments at 1 1 o'clock the boys repaired to Main street where they ushered in the new year with music. "... R. C. Cartner, telegraph operator at the southern depot, and Miss Cora Al len were married on Tuesday night at the home of Mr. T. B. Carson, where the bride had been living for some time. The Hustler extends the hand of congratulation. Rev. R. B. Grinnan performed the ceremony. 25,500,00 worth of general merchan dise to be sold at once: These goods were boughtright and we propose to sell them right. i Merchants will do well to buy this and not force us to retail. Henry Twyford. W. L. Carmichael. Managers. Joe and Monroe Carson, who were wanted in Asheville for an assault on Tom Bishop, a member of the city street force cAsheville, were recog nized at Flat Rock postoffice on last Thursday evening and arrested. They were taken to Asheville on Friday to answer the charge brought against them. ' The choral society held a most de lightful meeting on last Monday night in the hall over Brooks & Williams's store. The attendance was good and a fine start was made. We be-speak good things for this organization. The citi zens of the town will soon be permitted to know more of the society and its pur poses in the near future. , BENTUEB DOUBLE. 'I knew no one, for four weeks, when I was sick with typhoid and kidney trouble," writes Mrs. Annie Hunter, of Pittsburg Pa, and when I got better, although I had one of the best doctors I could get, I was bent double, and had to rest my hands on my knees when I walked. From this terrible affliction I was rescued by Electric Bitters, which restored my health and strength, and now I can walk straight as ever. They are simply wonderful." Guaranteed to cure stomach, liver and kidney disorders; at the Justus drug store; price 50c. : , ; : -Another Mineral. Spring. ? 4' W. FKimzey has furnished the fol owing for the readers of this paper. - Analysts of water from spring No. 1. Soluble silica, ' " .32 Magnesia bicarb, - 12.18 Calcium bicarb.; . - 16.42 Iron" ': :. . .16 Sodium Chloride ' - 54 04 Magnesium Sulphate ''- . 38.14 Sulphuric acid 26.36 T.imo : 64.58 Magnesium Sulphote, a trace. Silica ;. ,: 400 Sulphate sodium i: , ' ?-2 Total Mineral matter per gal , 227.62 The water is colorless, stransparent, and without deposit or sediment., The acid reaction is due to the presence oi carbonic acid which holds in solution the carbonate. Specific gravity 101.17 Henderson couuty is indeed a favored spot. . , . .'; '; FOBCED TOSTBTE. B. F. Leek, of Concord, Ky, says:- "For 20 years I suffered agonies, with a sore on my upper lip, o painful, sometimes, that could not eat. After vainly trying every thing else, I cured it with Bucklen's Arni ca balve." It's great for burns cuts and wounds. At the Jusius drug store; only 25c. Rugby Items. E. K. Corn, of Indian Territory, is on a short visit to . his home and friends. He will return in a few days. Mr. R. E. Flack and sister, Miss Mit tie, teachers of the graded school at Fletcher, have returned after spending the holidays with their uncle, W. L. Hefner. The condition of Mrs, W. D. Miller don't seem to improve. The Christmas tree at Lane's chapel pleasantly surprised the children as it contained many nice presents for them, besides the older ones were not forgot ten. . - A SUttPBISE PART IT. A pleasant surprise party may be given to your stomach and liver, by taking a medi cine which will relieve their pain discom fort, viz: Dri Kings New Life Pills. They are a wonderful remedy, affording sure re lief and care, for headache, -dizziness and consi i ation, 25 at J ust us d rug store. Horse Shoe Blab. The people of Horse Shoe are very glad to see Eular Allison return with his wife after several years traveling in the north. Sam Johnson is very much 'missed from Horse shoe since his departure for Georgia. Robert Anders. Quikendall, Misses Vada Wall and Johnson from Fruitland came to Horse Shoe Sunday. Mrs. H. F. Johnson has kindly offer ed her chicken house to be . used as a school houe. Hurrah for Horse Shoe. . Everybody thought Paul Liveret was going to call at his old acustomed place till they saw him return home with a torn-up buggy. Miss Myrtle Allison acted her. part well as queen of the snow at the River side Christmas tree Monday night Blue Eyes. To Members Watt Bryson Camp. The Crosses of Honor have arrived and the U. D. C. will give them out ou January i yth. All are invited. Notice the papers for other announcements. Josephine E. Lane, First Vice-President, Margaret Davis Hayes Chapter U. D. C. I'll brave the storms of Chilkoot Pass, I'll crons the plains of frozen, glass, I'd leave my wife and cross ihe sea, Rather than be without Rocky Mountain Tea. Justus Pharmacy. "Millionaire Households"" is the title of one of the best selling books of the winter. Full in structions for maintaining in proper and becoming fashion a millionaire household, abound on every page and are eagerly read by stenographers and salesgirls on their wav to work. Representative Merrell has in troduced a bill for the re-establishment of the armv canteen. This matter is one not of prohibition but of temperance and should be regulated by common sense and not by sentiment merely. . . A newspaper writer interested in the welfare of us all declares that the ordinary siphon is po tentially more dangerous than the bomb which killed von Phleve The Kentucky way of taking it straight may be the safest after all. i PaceHawkins. - ; r The marriage of Miss Lula May Pace ahd Mr." A. Homer Hawkins early last Sunday morning was a surprise to many' of our people. : Rev. R: B. Grinnan, of the Presbyterian church,-performed the ceremony.' There were about twenty invited guests present. , The marriage took place very early in the morning between six and seven o'clock and an elegant wedding breakfast was served, after which the bride and groom left for Gaffney, S C , and other points In that state. ; This young couple have many friends in this city' who wish for' them a life of perfect bliss. TfiE Hustler extends the hand of congratulation and dedicates the follow ing lines to the memory of the occasion: On January first, 1905 Just at the dawn of day, ; .- . These young people betrothed their ' lives And went rejoicing on their way. Before them lies a future bright with hope As they dow anticipate flowery bowers In mind and body they can easily cope With those of maturer mental powers. t As they launch out upon life's sea, Freighted with the best of wishes, May their faces always be Confronted with full China dished. As they to their pantry daily go May they behold pudding and pies, . May the rats never from their flour , barrell go ; With sobbing, and burning tears in their eyes. THE PLUMBER. As through this busy world we grope, Folio jving bur vocation, We're thrown in contact with the rich And poor of every station, From the finest mansions in the land Down to the lowest dive, We're among them all, both great and small, And to please them all we strive. Some people think the plumber's lot Is a very easy one, But if they had our task awhile, That task they'd merely shun When into til h they'd have to delve, And filthy closets clean They'd.hardly think it very nice But very, very mean. Today we're in the mansion Of the richest in the land, Where everything is neat and clean And all around is grand, From cellar to the attic Through marble halls we roam, Stealing along like burglars We make ourselves at home. The. wealthy people know us, And for us have no. fear, ' They know that we are honest And our name to us is dear, Though chances we have many -To steal, we never think Excepting that we do sometimes Appropriate a drink. Next you'll find us in the business block Where everything is bustle, Crawling through the smallest holes That sometimes make us hustle, Moping round through darkest cellar Filled with every kind of stuff Climbing over barrels and boxes Till we're often sore enough. Hunting leaks of gas and water Is not always very funny For we get into some places Where we surely earn our money, But then we never grumble, For the work it must be done So at it with a will we go As though that it were fun. Then you'll find us in the house Where all is naught but gloom, Poverty and misery And dreary as a tomb. Here is seen life's darkest side. Where to live is but to dread, Where fondest hopos once cherished Have faded and are dead. J. W. MclNTYRE, Hendersonville, Jan. 3, '05. 'St. Louis" we read, "Is now bending all her energies to secure a population of 1,000,000." Presi dent Roosevelt must have dropped some race . . suicide pamphlets around while he was at the Ex-: position. The first three weeks of the short session of Congress have have been busy ones. It is likely there will be no more talk of an extra session next Spring. Im peachment proceedings against a Federal Judge have been inau gurated. It is demonstrated that the Republicans will in all proba bility not revise the tariff. Two appropriation bills -were passed by the house and one by the ; Sen ate and a House. Phillipiue bill passed the Senate. F6lYSH0TflSYTM btops the cough and heals longs mmi" A Skilled Workman and fine material will produce Plumbing Of the highest jelass. ' Such is the combina tion on which we pride ourselves. Whether it he v'.' , NEW PLUMBING OR REPAIRS, we are prepared to do the finest work; Let us figure , with you on the next job. . Cagle & Allison Sanitary Co. Hendersonville, N. C. . PROCURED AND DEFENDED. Sendmodel, drawing or photo, for expert search and free report. Free adrtoe, how to obtain patents, trade' marks, copyrights, etc N ALL COUNTRIES. Jsustmss direct -with Washington saves time, money and of ten ihe patent. i Patent and Infringement Practice Exclusively. Write or come to us at 023 Hlnti Street, opp. United States Patent Offlce, WASHINGTON. D. C. DR. H H. CARSON, SURGEON DENTIST. Office over Bank of Hendersonville Hendersonville. N. C. SMIN6I BARGAINS- IN ESTATE D HOMES FOR EVERYBODY can be found listed on our hooks in'TTftn- dersonville. Put in a pleasant and prof itable hour ortwo viewing- some of these properties. Breathe the salubrious air and note the fine locations. You can secure one of these bargains on easy terms. ,Maps and full particulars on application. . - Smith & Wadrop . REAL ESTATE BROKERS, , ' Hendersonville, N. C. Notice of Sale. Under and by virtue of a mortgage deed made and executed to D. S. Pace by T. S. Jackson and T. A. Jackson securing a note of $60. CO and giving full power of sale in case of default of payment or saia note and wnereas the said mortgagors have failed to pay said note- when due. Now therefore by virtue of said power I will sell at public auction at the Court House door at 12, m. on 16th, day of January 1905 to tne mgnesc Diaaer ror casn, at Hendersonville N. C, the following lands therein contained. "Liotted to T. A. Stepp. Begining at a double chestnut in fork of road, corner of lot No. 7 and runs with said lot South 83 degrees East 34 poles to a stone in field thence North 20 degrees West 40 poles to a dogwood by dead chestnut, thence North 22 degrees East 28 poles to a dogwood. Thence North 34 degrees West 70 poles to a stake and pointers on top of mountain in old line. , Thence with it South 33 degrees West 73 poles to a hickory in original corner. Thence North 85 degrees West 6V4 poles to a road corn erf lot No 6. Thence with said lot South 16 degrees East 4 poles to a stake. Thence South 43 degrees East 6 poles to a stake. Thence South 54 degrees East 10 poles to a stake. Thence South 6 poles to a hickory by Bass corn er of lots No. 5 and 6. Thence with line of lot No. 6 South 37 degrees East 6 poles containing 33J acres more or less. The object of such.sale being to satisfy said debt interest cost and expenses. - This Dec. 14 1904, D. S. PACE, Mortgagee. Per. TOMS & RECTOR, Attorneys. , Notice. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Com missioners of the Town of Hendersonville in tend to make application to the general assemb lv of the state at it next regular session for cer tain amendments to the i charter of said town. By order of the board. Toms & Rectob, City Attorneys. . This Dec. 1st, 1904. Notice to Creditors. The undersigned having qualified as adminis tratrix c t. a., of Ijoring G. Clark, ideceased, late of Grundy county, State of Illinois, this is to notify all 'persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned on or before the 3oth day of June. 19o5, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery All persons indebted to said estate wil please make immediate payment. This the 28th day of June, 19o4. MARY E. CRAYMER, ' Admr c. t. a. of Loring G. Clarke. . HKNBT TWYFOED, Atty. 6t . Notice of Sale By virtue of a judgement or decree in the su perior court of Henderson county, made and en tered in the case wherein J. B. Nelson, executor of D. B. Nelson is plaintiff and W. A. Nelson, Jr. and others are defendants, I will on Monday the sixth day of February, 1905, at eleven o'clock a. m., at the front of the court house in the couu ty of Henderson, sell at public outcry to the highest bidder, a certain tract of land lying and being in Henderson county and lying on the French Broad river one-half mile from Horse Shoe depot and being the real estate of D B. Nelson, including the balance of the home place and containing two hundrad and twenty-one acres, more or less. More fully described in a deed from F H. Jordan to D. B. Nelson.recorded in Book 13 at page 253 of the Henderson county records. Terms of sale twenty per cent, cash balance in one and two years. Deferred pay ments to bear interest from date of sale. This the 24th day of December 1904. J. D, NELSON 4wks - Executor and Commissioner. Charles Midas Schwab "was once a ragged, bare foot - boy, now he pays fif tv dollars a pair, for his shoes and has corns. VERY LOW RATES To Points of Interest in the South Via Southern Railways : Special Excursion to Havana, -Cuba. Tickets on sale Jan. 4th, final limit leaving Jan' 12th, 1903. - Rate from Asheville $39.10, Those desiring to make this - trip should notify ihe undersigned promptly to secure steamer reservations, as space is limited. . ' ; . .: Grand Lodge Free and Accepted Masops of North Carolina, Raleigh, . - Nr . C, Jan, 9tb-14th, 1905. For this meeting tickets will be sold on the certificate plan. Agent Raleign wilt honor certificates on or before Jan.J18th, 1905. .. " : r Fourth Annual Exhibition; Nort Caro lina Poultry Association, Raleigh, !N. C. For the above occasion tickets will be sold to Raleigh, N. C. Rate farejand one-thfrd for round trip. ' ' : For further information apply to the un dersigned. - . J. H. Wood, District Passenger Agent. R. H. Gbaham, Ticket Agent, 60 Pattou Ave.. Asheville, N". C. ' ' and Company Asheville, N. C . Branch. CAPITAL, - - S60d,000.00 T. S. MORRISON, Chairman, W. B. WILLIAMSON, Cashier. GENERAL BANKING, SAVINGS AND TRUST DEPARTMENTS. Board of fla nagers. T. S. Morrison, Asheville' Carriage and Wagon Bepository. . . ; W. B. Northup, Brown, Northup & Co., Hardware. ... D. M. Hodges, Hodges & Mitchell, Gen'l Agts. Prudential Life Ins. Co. T. F. Davidson, Davidson, Bourne & Parker, Attys. D. G. Devenish, Supt. Elk Mt. Cotton Mills. : ' - Thos. W. Raoul, Pres. Albemarle Park Co. - - J. M. Westall,Contractor and Builder. W. T. Weaver, Press. W. T. Weaver Power Co. R. Bingham, Bingham School. R. S. Howland, Pres. Howland Imp. Co., Lessees Atlantic & N. C. R. R. J. C. Prichard, TJ. S. Circuit Judge. Ullli i sFI I VITtiiiT 111 Because they are the best in the land for the money. 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