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r k 4H ubc Frencb Brcab Tbtistlc r HEN'DKIONVILr.E. N C , " ' s - - Absolutely Puro Unti'dyspeptici may be eaten without inconvenience even by persons with delicate digestion ROYAL MK1NQ POWDER CO.", NEW YORK. Board of Trade meets every Thursday night. Don't forget your city and county taxes PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE. Mr. J. C. Bushnell, of Saluda, was in town Tuesday. Mrs. J. Blake Steedman has returned from her winter visit to Sumter, S. C. Miss Sue Cannon, from Horse Shoe, was in town Tuesday, Mrs. W. P. Williams is slowly recov ering from her long illness. ' Mrs. Peacock's condition shows no uiiaugo. one is auii uauciuuaij 111. Dr. A. H- Morey, a lover of the beau x tiful, is decorating his already haudsome dental office. Cole Bros. Circus did a good business despite the bad weather. The' show was a good one. Mr. J. R. Price, of the Pittsburg Coal Co., is in town, greeting his old friends, an army in number. Miss Edith Bennett,teacher in the Flat Rock school, has given up her position there, and will live in Florida. D. E. Clarke,age 48, and Tennie Davis, 37, both of Asheville, came to town last Wednesday and were married here. Mrs. Mary Steedman, who has spent several summers here, with Mrs. R. E. McDowell, is dead, in Atlanta. Mrs. A. E. Posey has postponed her millinery opening for one week, and it will now take place April 5th and 6th The Flat Rock graded school will close for this term, Friday April 6th, after- a more than usually successful session. Miss Kathleen Thompson, who has been attending school atColumbia B isi ness College, was here for a few days visit. Rev. Perry's horse became frightened at the circus grounds Saturday, ran away, smashing the buggy against a telegraph pole. Tom Wallace, colored, accused of theft, made desperate break for liberty &ud was finally captured in a coffin box in Stepp's furniture store. Mrs. M. Hergott, who' has been visit ing her daughter, Miss Mary Hergott, for the past three months left Saturday for her home in Covington, Ky. Mr. J. L MoDowell. a prominent merchant of Fletcher, was in town Tues day, and purchased a stock of pood from Q. M. Glazener. Statonr Rector, Cunningham & Co.,' have rented the G. P. Liverett house for the summer season, to Mrs. . M. R. Tucker and Mrs. W. A.. Carter, of Co lumbia, S. C. Brownlow Jackson has received the official papers which makes him the next postmaster of our city. He will not assume the duties of the office, how ever, until June 24th. Among the leading attractions of the coming Spartanburg Festival -are Walter Dainrosch and his New York Symphony Orchestra and Mme Snot-well-PiDer. Miss A. E. Phillips, an agpd lady of about 80 years old, died at her home in Blue Ridge township, an the night of the 25th, and was burried near her home on Monday 26th. In a letter from W. P. Barnett, from Florida, he states that he is on his way home, expecting to arrive here about April 1st.. Mr. Barnett is one of Hen dersonville's voluntary advertisers, as he says he sings the praises of our beau tiful city wherever he goes. U uoqS are made with Squire Frank Smith, of Fletcher,' Was in town Tuesday. ; ' . - " vv ; M. L- Edoey of Bat Cave was In town on business, Wednesday. v Dr.. Dean, of Spartanburg, was in town th Uv- week, to assist Dr. Egerton in performing difficult surgical opera tion. .; V .". ..... . .'. .'. Sales by Smith & Waldrop: Lot on W. College street to J. S. Rhodes; 2 lots to W. A. Smith, Jr.; 2 lots to Mrs. A. U. Smith. , . Tom Mitchell, accused of stealing a pair of shoes from G. M. Glazener, was bound over to court for the alleged theft, and also drew 30 days on the chain Vaner- for vasrraucv. - The shoes were, on the counter of Glazener's store and Mister Mitchell put them in his hip pocket and started off with them, when he was detected and stopped. The loca carpenters union sent a representative to the Hospital Associa tion, to express sympathy with Jhe work and to ask for plans of new building, that they might he in a position to offer aid in its construction. Mr. McCreary ex Dressed oninion that the stone ma- a a- ons would 'do the same. Last donation received was from Mr. C. A. Hobbs, and was most accent able, $25 fash, and set of bandages for emergency purposes. The. bed for the hospital is now here. The silver wedding anniversary ' of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Waldrop, was a most enjoyable occasion for the many guests present. The Doctor and Mrs. Wal droo were no older than on the day of their marriage, and the many remem brances given them assured them of their popularity with their hundreds of friends. We confidently look forward to the pleasure to be derived from at tending their golden anniversary, when Dr. Waldrop will still be making the rounds of his many patient, by whom he is well-beloved. A Card of Thanks. On behalf of the children of the late Mrs. B. F. Gale, of myself and sisters, I wish to thank our friends for their kiuduessand heart-felt sympathy shown during the long illness of Mrs. Gale. " J. W. Pbice Blue Ridge Inn Improvement. The Blue Ridge Inn is to have an en tirely new porch built in front, which will extend to the edge of the sidewalk, and which will be a decided improvement to Mr. Hewitt's handsome and. most popular hostelery. The fame of the Blue Ridge is far spread, A crowd of commercial men in Waynesville recently, discussing the tlifferent hotel accommodations on their travels, were unanimous in their praise of Hende.rsonville's popular hotel, both as to the table service and accommodations generally. All of which helps Hender sonville. Administrators Notice. Having qualified as Administrator of John Anders deceased late of Hender son County North Carolina, this is to notify all persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned on or before the 29tn day of March 1907 or this no tice will be pleaded in bar of their re covery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make immediate pay ment. This Mar. 26th 1906. T. J. Anders Administrator, Corner, of Eagle and Valley streets, Asheville, N. C. Staton & Rector Attorneys. At Thelr Own Expeniie. "Do you joke writers ever make jokes at your own expense?" "For the first few years all our jokes are made that way. After that, if we're lucky, we get paid for "em." Cleveland Leader. Tbe Bnrgraln. "You ought to take this horse," said the dealer. "He is a bargain." "Well. then. I don't want him," said the customer. "I want something to drive, and I never could' drive a bar gain." The most manifest sign of wisdom N a continual cheerfulness. Montaigne. Spring Summer 1906 pening Thursday and Friday April 5 and 6 . " r - i We are now prepared to show our complete line of French Pattern and Trimmed hats Yo.ur attendance respectfully solicited MRS. A. E. POSEY ... Mrs. Benjamin F. Gale, of lat Rocfc widow of B. F. Gale, died Friday morn 1 ing, March' 23rd, after an Illness ol manv months. The funeral services were held at the late residence, later ment being in Oak Dale Cemetery on Monda v. Rev. Dr. Grinnan read the beautiful and impressive prayers, and quartette ; from the Presbyterian church sang. ' Flowers were In abun dance, being ordered from all over the country, and smilax and vines from the mountains Mrs. Gale loved so well, were largely used. Mrs. Gale was born In Glrard, Ohio, Aug. 24, 1850, and came here nearly 30 years agro. She is survived by five childrenr Mrs. Barrows, Miss Josephine, Mrs. Wallace Swift, R. F. Gale and Robert IV Gale. , Mrs. Gale's, two sis ters, Miss Mollie Price and Mrs. Dollie Hyman, with her brother,; Mr. J.. W Price, are now residents of Pittsburg. Mrs. Dorothy Morris, formerly large property dwner here, is deceased lady's aunt. . ':': v : . r ; . It is hardly necessary to say anything about the character of Mrs. Gale. She was known and. sincerely loved by tne people of Henderson county, ana to repeat the expressions of regard heard from those who knew her. best Would simply be repeating what is already known. Suffice it that she was a de voted mother, an ideal hostess, a Chris tian character in its broadest meaning, Possibly her chief trait was absolute unselfishness and thoughtfulness of others. , a blessing of kindly thought Sweet as the breath of forget-me-not. " Leaving Hendersonville about 15 months ago for an opreration at Lakeside Hospital, Cleveland, she re turned to Flat Rock September last, when she had the, accident which con fined her to bed until her death. The best medical attention of not only Hendersonville, but of Asheville, Wash ington and Cleveland, was had to aid her to recovery. During her illness here she had the untiring nursing of her two devoted daughters, and endured her sufferings with patience and Chris tian fortitude, ana a nope or nnai re covery which was remarkable. In all sincerity we may say the death of -this lady is a loss to Henderson county. Her home had ever a warm welcome for her friends. No one" in distress was ever turned from her door. Her many kind acts to the less fortunate are not recorded here but in a higher place and we believe in her case that death is but a turn ra the road, hitiiqg the more beautiful scenes beyond. "Death's but a path that must be trod, If man would ever pass to God." Preferred Locals. Just received three Car Loads grade fertilizers. high Shoes, Shoes $1.00 off on all heavy, high grade shoes at Glazener'a. 2t Don't forget the Ribbon sale at Hen dersonville Merc. Co. Store Wednesday and Thursd ay. . Ladies livi rg In the country are es pecially invited to the Hart Millinery Opening, April the 4th. Try our special Potato Grower, spec ial Vegetable Grower. Demand so great. Come at once before supply is exhausted. Wilson Mbrc Co. If you want an Easter hat, go to the Hart Millinery Opening Wednesday, April the 4th. 1 ,3uy your awning from M. M. Shep herd. 3-22-4t 25 per cent, off on all winter clothing, dress goods, blankets, comforts, shoes, etc., at Glazener's. 2t For Sale $75 Cleveland Chainless Wheel, with coaster brake, $35; $70 Columbia Chainless Wheel, with coas ter brake,$30; $45 Rambler, Ladv's Wheel, $10; $35 Boy's Wheel, $5; $25 Lady's Wheel, $5. Come and see them. W. H. Hawkins & Son. Watch for our big advertisement in next addition. Wilson Merc. Co. For Rent The Arlington House, on South Main Street, for the summer season. Apply to Dr. T. A. Allen. For the best seed oats and Northern seed Irish potatoes, Early Rose and. Bliss, see King & Marshall. - Do you want to buy goods at your own price? Then' attend Glazener's big auction Saturday Marc h 31st. 2t We are having numerous inquiries for houses to rent. Call and give us description of your houses. We will place them for you. Large list of prop erty to sell pn easy terms. Carolina R. L. & D. Co. W. F. Edwards. Pres. For FINE pruning, the HUSTLER, of course. Ladies attend the Ribbon sale at the Hendersonville Merc. Co. Store Tues day. . . ; If you want a stylish and pretty East er Hat, go to the Hart Millinery Open ing, Wednesday ApVil the 4th. Big line Spring Clothing and Dry Goods to arrive this week. Wilson Merc. Co Notice I am now located next door norch of the Commercial Bank, with a full line of groceries, vegetables, can dies, ciders, soda waters, cococola, fruit etc. Your trade will be appreciated. J. J. Strong. At the Hart Millinery Store Wednes day April the 4th, a full display of spring and summer Hats. FOR SALE Fresh Cows. m29-tf V. C. V. Shepherd. FOR SALE: A nice little paying business worth about $250. Apply at Hustler Office. s . Wanted Lead or Tale, deposits. Devenny, Hostetter Bldg, Pittsburg, Pa. Active man wanted in each county to exhibit, demonstrate, and. advertise staple line; salary $18 weekly, $3 per day for expenses. No capital required. Honesty and sobriety more assental than experience. National Co., 720 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. Sunday School Convention, All De- V " ! nomin at! o ns. ine juniy .Executive Uommittee o Sunday. Schools composed of the pastors and superintendents of the county seat has planned a series ot-Township Conventions cohering the entire couuty; the first will be for Henderaouville Township, to be held next Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the HeDderednville Methodist - Church. Al Sunday School officers, - teachers, and scholars are. member8vof this convention The schools out of town included in this township are urged to send large delega tions. ,: The following named speakers are ap pointed : Hon. J. Williams, "Our S. & Literature;" Dr. Columbus Few, "The Les son Mr. J.'R. Hill, " How to make the general exercises interesting;" Judge O. V. F. Bly the, "Th relation of teacher and class; Dr. A. H. Morey "How to in crease attendance;7 Key. R. N. WiUcox, "Tne Home Department;' Rev. Q. S. Jones, " uur international Work." There will be brief geueral discussion after each address. - Good music will be furnished. D. M. Ll TAKES. President Hendersonville Township. Big Willow School. Big Willow Graded School, under the management of Miss Charlotte Younir. The programme of the closins exereises comraeuced with an entertainment Thurs: day night, and on Friday at 11 o'clock a. m. the literary address was delivered by W..C. Rector, Esq, of Hendersonville. The subject of Mr. Hector's address was Youth, and what may be accomplished by louug Mn and Young Women. Friday' night a pay entertainment was given by the school, and quite a good little sum was realized. The year lust elo it is said has been a most prosperous one for the school, and the next promises to be even more successful. mportance of Board of Trade Com mittee doing their Work. The various committees named by Capt. Wofford are appointed for a defi nite purpose. They should and must make every effort to fulfill the trust re posed in them by the Board of Trade. The success or failure of the various enterprises now under way for the ad yancement of Hendersonville lavs verv argely in these committees. It means work and hard work, but the prize is worthy of some sacrifice. Capt. Wof ford expects every committee hereafter to have a definite business-like report of some progress made- Recent Marriage Licenses. Jasper Ward, 28, and Alma Lbckaby, 20, Flat Rock. ' ' , . : J. C. Tankersley 38, Green River, and Orpha Lockaby 23, Flat Rock. John T. Sabs 68, Fletcher, Mrs. Jose phine Lyda, 58. v W. L. McCraw, 20, Baxter,' and Janie Blackwell, 21, Baxter. T. 8. Marshall, 45, Dana, and Armin ta Pace, 46, Hendersonville. J. D. Murry, 28, Horse Shoe, and An-i nie Brackett, 19, Horse Shoe. Frank Israel, 3'J, Arden, and Hattie Davis, 18, Fletcher. Henry Drake, 24, Oxide, and Eva RobiDson, 2 Oxide. Mch. 21 D. C. Clarke, 48, and Tennie Davis, 37, Asheville. Henry Coston, 19, Frantie Justus, 19, Eidneyville. Alex. Barnett, 30, Ida Britton, 34, Horse Shoe. BIG BARGAIN IN POULTRY Outfit, One ''Ideal" Incubator, 200 egg capacity, Six fine Barred Rock Hens and one cockerel. One large six partition Feed Bin, About 200 feet wire poultry fencing, Three sanitary metal drinking fountains, One bag, about 60 lbs, crush ed oyster shells, One bag, about 2 bush els, shredded Clover, One bag, or bush el, suitable charcoal, Actual value, $40.00 my price Fob, Forest Ctiy, $25.00. Write me for full information ac once. E. J. Barnette, Forest City, N. O. MILLINERY 1906 1906 Wednesday April 4th A Full Display ' ' of i French and American Pattern Hats and other Millinery, Novelties, Notions and Art Fancy Work. The Hart ito Company Next door to Baker's Art Gallery. Mrs. Duke, wife of Brodie Duke, fail ed to appear when his suit for divorce was called in New York Tuesday. - 'w -.. -.- -mfmf -W t. v.. - V r - i - ii .. 6 .. ? O- ibbori; Sle April 5df 4th Liid 5th We will sea&on . sell ; on these s newest and best patterns, Erfsry body- Q k m Hendersonyille : Mercantile Company Toms WAfr W W4fa Vv. Mr. v. .wv. yv yAv 'Imf 'tmit '4M: .' ' "AttA -m-i HigKest Grade Shipped to Hendersonville David Harum High Grade, Adair Hip-h Grade Blood and Bone, McCarthy's Hip-h Soluble Guano, Special Vegetable Grower, Special Potato Grower,' Special Vegetable Fertilizer. Acid Phosphate 8 and 4, Acid Phosphate io and 4, Acid Phosphate 10 and 12, Acid Ph9sphate 16 per cent., Acid We have above now in vou prices. ' Wilson Mercantile Co. READY MIXED HOUSE PAINT Pull Line of ; MURlSCO. tKe Celebrated wall Finish Paint Specialties of all Kinds THE FAMOUS BERRY BR.OS. ARNISHES These are all the very best in their respective V lines and we guarantee satisfaction. Edwards. Hardware Co. II n.-n rw Y Y IMTknTTlTn HI A TITinTk TIT -A' vl : m Spring and New York Hi ii iif you are cordially invited to jk. T- mtIII K tr rritr interfQf- tn crive. us a rail before h A& buying elsewhere. No trouble to show goods. Come (ii w and be convinced. J iO C. Ud W )! Opposite Imperial Hotel. I : . REGIPROCITY I f Between Pace & Carson and the People We return thanks to our many friends and eustomers and take this method of informing you that we are now better prepared to serve vou than ever before. Our stock of General Merchandise is complete Farming Implements we have them: Plows of every description, rnltivatdra Steel Kins and Improved Globe Double Foots, -Single Foots TnrplowsT P. and O. Boy Dixies, Disk Cultivators, Disk and Reversible Harrows, Smoothing Harrows, Hoes, Mattocks, Plow Points, Plow Steels. Our Wagon Stock is complete. We have just received a car load of the celebrated Mitchells, Milburn, Spack Bros., and other reliable makes., Buggies, we have them; car loads U) select from. Our prices are the lowest; see us before you buy; we will make it to vour interest. Come and see how well we can take care of you. We buy everything that you produce;-trade that looks after Vour welfare. We have just received our spring line of Clothing. See us, we can please you in quality and price. Shoes, we sU solid wpar troods that we can recommend and guarantee. We will supply you ?th yWFenflSr: Virginiaarolina Chemical Co's.,Owl Brand ; See that you get this. Don't buy something that is recommended as iSSt as gZSi, for you have tried this and why change? Our prices are ri-ht; our goods are right; Come and see us ' 0 - Yours for business PACE (& o . dates at special prices this 0 invited. '. ;c D O Block Grade Corn Grower. Adair's 14 per cent. . stock and would like to quote , . Summer Goods Hi to an Bargain Store look through our spring J . h . io cc oui, i: Hendersonville, N. C. 5 CARSON.