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M L- SfflPMAN. K . . " . ' , ; EK" T. R. BARROWS, Associate Editor & Manager HENDERSON VTLLE, N. C EnLred at ike Postoffif' - "' i.C a maii mailer ot lh '' LET GOOD MEN TKE NO! ICE "Good oipu should frown down upon the use bl money in nrnnu iies and elections. Tu.- mnn wn will seek to buy a nomin t n .or election would sell out aticr'ue is elected to reimburse himtel:. News and Ohseryeh This is especially true with refer ence to primaries, and such dis reputable methods are becoming a stench in tho nostrils of all hon est men. Decent peoplw are grow ing very lired ot that sort of thing and came very near repudiating v'th practice, in the ieith district, . ,four years ago. It is a dangerous precedent and will finally result disastrously to the individual or political party attempting to ol " -.. , tain results in that way. The game -f has already begun in some sections of the state this year and fair minded men are becoming disgust ed. It will take a revolution to dislodge the corruptionists, but it can be done, if honest meu will stand by their guns and bid defi- ar.r to the hired emissaries of boodle candidates. Henderson county had an object lesson along the line suggested not mauy years ago and has only re cently realized the results which must inevitably follow in the wake of every evil practice. At that time, men who professed absolute loyalty to one candidate went over 4 to another for nothing under the sun excepting a money consider ation. The men in every precinct who could be boodleized, were paid for thir so-called time to attend . the primaries and support a cer tain man. Every boodler was 'lined up," in this way and " with the assistance of some good men "ithey succeeded in enacting a trage dy which can not soon be for- gotton. We repeat, the play is on once again. The henchmen of boodlers are in the land and will endeavor to play the game in every precinct. -' Individuals who are willing to bar ter away their rights will have an opportunity. Those who accord fc support only to the man who "puts up and shells out" on demand can have the chance, but mark the prediction : honest men will turn away -in disgust and take no part iu the drama. . Has it come to this, that no man can be nominated for an office who will not spend money to attract the purchaseable vote? What are we coming to, anyway? Shall men of principle and integ rity be spat upon by an unscrupu lous papulace, who see only the glittering sheckles of the two by four corruptionists, posing as statesmen? Gentlemen of the jury, take the case. So far as The Hustler is concerned, it will not knowingly support any man for a nomination iarho is'willing to use money in se curing the same, in an illegitimate way. until sucn metnocis are . .abolished the sous of poor men can only be the "hewers of wood. and .drawers of water." Honest meu should see to it that the hood 1 era do not dominate the puinaries, or s-county and district conventions. . c The battle is on iu earnest. Let the incorruptible do their duty and boodleism will be dethroned. . Watch for the hired henchman and give him a reception he shall not soon forget. Let him under stand, once for all time, that Hen derson county is competent of managing her own affairs, without the assistance of any outside hire- "Those Henderson county fel ; fbws wno are changing their poli ; tics f just because Charles French Toms did,' are putting up a mighty poor excuse." They no diult m ed . a guardiaux and we guess Charlie ndTdm Rollins will do, as they are not hard to suit in. the kind of par ty t h ey j o i 1 1 . V Mad i so n Co u n - tj: Record. y , s-i sVe; would remind you,- beloved, that. "those Henderson county fel fllows1 have simply signed a state- ment to "stand pat." Nine-tenths of them were already republicans and they may now be termed radical-republicans. Only achange of name and not of habit, brother Record. The need of a 'guardian for them is admitted. The state ments they have been induced tovj daddy,r is evidence in point, but Charley and Tommy will attend i that after conferring with Mary A n Butler, Dan L. Russell and Ji.it Young; so giv3 yourself no further concern about the matter DEMOCRATS OUT OF PLACE. "If every democratic congress man had been in his seat today, the important provisions of the railroad rate bill would not have been sent to conference, but would have been considered in the open, the very thing that tne republican majority did not want. "Twenty courageous, republicans stood up agaiust the dark lantern methods of a conference, but alas ! the democrats presented a rugged front, and so a great opportunity was wasted. Having secured con ferees to their liking the followers of the 4 Duke of Rhode Island" proceeded to put the rate bill into their hands." Washington Dis patch May 25th, to News and Ob server. SENATOR BALLENGER AGAIN. The News and Observer and Ruther ford too Sun announce that the demo cratic primary held in Polk county last week unanimously endorsed Hon. T. T. Ballensrer for the state Senate. Polk is entitled to the senator this time and Mr. Ballenger's endorsement is equiva lent to a nomination. He served this district acceptably four years ago and old Polk has done the handsome thing by endorsing the, record Mr. Ballenger made at that time. We congratulate the .listrict upon his selection and feel safe in saying that he will not betray us into the hands of the republicans before his term of office expires. The Hendersonyille Times would have the people believe that those fel lows claiming to have followed (?) Char lie Frenchie Toms into the republican party were real democrats. Will that paper name some who were not already affected with republicanism? Let's have a show-down right now, please. If the real democrats of Henderson county determine to perform their ful duty in the interest of the party we shall be able to show the so-called flop doodles whether they are the "whole thing" in the next campaign. Unocal iJcvvs Crawford and Gudger Vote in Polk A prominent democrat in Polk county writes The Hustler as follows, under date of May 24, the day the convention was held: The result of convention in Polk is 7 for Gudger'and 3 for Crawford. Mr Gudger was down here two days last week and bis representative was here today. They (the Gudger men) suc ceeded in working some of the Craw for meu V So that's the game is it? Going from county to county begging the people and "over-persuading' them to vote for a mm they do not want. Our congress man left Washington, May5ih, and has b-en on the buslines in the district ever since standing on his record. What do you think of. that? And yet tbey feign, "great surprise" on account of the result in Polk. The Idea! Well! "Some of the Crawford men in Polk may have yielded to the "persua sive accomplishment (?) of our con gressman, but hi ( rawford's) friends in Henderson are not that kind, in the opinion of this writer, nor are they of the temper to tolerate the interference of p'-ople who ought to be attending to their own affairs. . Clamoring for Crawford. The Rutherfordton Sun of last week contains the following item from its cor respondent at Golden Valley: "Mr. Editor, the people of this and Duncan's Creek township are just clam oring fr W. T. raw ford for congress. His hold on the affections ot our. people seems to increase with the passing years and they rightly consider bim the great est man from the Blue Ridge to the Tennessee line. Only let him be nomi nated a d see the democratic majorities swell to figures heretofore unknown to this district." It remains to be seen whether these Kutberford democrats are sufficiently interested in the nomination of Mr. Crawford to attend the primaries next Saturday and otand by their guns. "Ac tions speak louder than words." ! . ' ' Notice. : ForConstable Mills River Township I hereby announce myself for constable of Mills River Township, subject to the ac tion of the democratic primary in sai township. S. W.;lSRAKL, - A geline, N. O., May 29,: 1906. Burton Refuses to Resign. Washington, May 24.- Senator Bur ton, of Kansas, whose convictions on charges of practicing before the post- office department for personal gain was affirmed by the supreme court last Moo- day, announces that he will not - resign from the senate. It had been hoped by some of the leaders of the senate that he would relieve them of the embarrass ment of taking action in his case by vol untarily givin? up his seat. Id a conference with Senator Bur rows, chairman of the committee on privileges and elections. Burton said that be did not believe that his status bad been changed by the decision of the court. . A Correction. The statement made in last weeks' paper in the correspondence from Roosevelt, to the effect that Miss Ber tha Led better and Mr. Grayer. Lyds were married, is incorrect. Miss Led better, a most estimable young lady,' re quests us to make the correction, and we gladly do so, regretting the mistake occurred. Judicial Convention. The democratic convention of the fourteenth judicial district will be held in Marion on Saturday, June 16 h, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for solicitor and the selection of an ex ecutive committee . So far as The Hustler is advised, Solicitor Spain- hour has no opposition and will be nominated by acclamation to succeed himself Mr. Spain hour has discharged the duties of his office with entire satis faction to all clas&et of citizens and no candidate can defeat him before the people of this district. The republican who dare oppose him will surely come to grief, not only "on the hustings,' but at the ballot box in November. "It Pays' Billy Jones. Billy Jones wrote on the blackboard: "Billy Jones can hug the girls better than anybody in school." Tne teacher seeing it, called him up. "William did you write that?" she Slid. The children waited for Billy to come out, when they began to truy him. "Got a lickinVdidn't you?" "No," said Bill. , t. "Get jawed?" "No." . . . . . ; "What did she do?" they asked; - "Shan't tell," said Bill, "but it pays to advertise" Exchauge. ' THE NEW YORK WORLD. The Tbrice-a-Week World hopps to be. in 1906 a better paper than it ha ever been before, and it has made its arrangements accordingly. Its news ernee covers the entire globe, and it reports everything fully, promptly and accurately. It is the only paper, not a daily, which is as good as a daily, and which will keep you as completely inT formed of wnat is bappniug through out the world. The Thrice-a-weeic World is fair in its political reports You can get the truth from its columns, whether you aiv Republican or Democrat, and that is what you want. A special feature of the Tbrice-a Week World has always been its serial fiction. It publishes novels by the best authors in the world, novels which in book form sell for $150 apiece, and its high standard in this respect will be mail tiioed in tbe future as in the past THE THRICE-A-WEEK WORLD'S regular subscription price is only $1 (X) per year, and this pays for 156 papers. We offer this unequaled newspaper and THE FRENCH BROAD HUSTLER together for one yar for $1 43. The regular subvert ptiou price of the paper is $2 00. Otrndm Happy Imr Life. tlrent happiness came into th home S C. BlHir, Kiliool superintend? n'. hi Altmns. W. Va., lien his little 'Innghter wa restored from the dreadful ciuiola'n; he num. He avs: "Mv little dmijihie had S Vitus Dance, which yielded to (.. treaim -nt ut giew steadily orse until Hy h lat resort we tried Electric Bittrx; nud r jice V fay, three botileo , ff cted a coinplHe cure." Q uck, sur cure f ir n.-r vou c unplaints. genertl debility, femttie weakne ss, imoveiished hlood and inn lna. Guarnn:eed by The Justus Pliarm ev. Price iO . j NOTICE OF LAND HAi.E By virtue of the power contained In a mort gage deed executed to D. II. Chewning on the 30th day of April. mM, by A. C. Peacock and wife. Julia E Peacock. I will offer for sale at the court honse door in Hendersonvflle. on f e llth day of June, 1906. to the highest bidder for cash, within the legal hours or sale, the follow ing described pieces or parcels of property lvine and he. In 17 In the tnvrn nf H AnOPunn trills r l derson county. Nor- h Carolina, and more fullv Lot number one, known as the Elias Bradlev lot. beginning at a stake iu itollege Ktreet. the northwest corner of lot number Sand runs north 21 degrees, west 15 poles to a stake; thence south 7 decrrees. west 13 nnlen tst a utntra. v.annA :. 24 degrees east 15 poles to a stake in Celleire t uuiwi u ucg i cci cum ia poics to the be ginning, cmtaing ne acre, . I.nt numlier S. hecHnninir rn a qu . v. . ' r r-i w m iuc IJUriU- west corner of the Ellas Bradley lot in J G Grant's line and runs south 74 degrees, wst wiih Grant's line 75 feet to a stake at Twum's corner thence south 20 degrees east 340 feet to a stake at college stseet; thenoe north 78 degrees east 185 feet to a stake at said HnuH.ir'. n... , - ' - j .auc ciiciice north 1-2 degrees. west 240 feet to the beginning The above mortgage deed was executed in or der to secure a certain debt therein mentioned with tvinditinnanf sala nnnn fo ; ln.n n . v. wu.auutwi ue Krull- nrfl tn niLv tha snld Hehr nkon . debt having fallen due and failure having been made to make said payment acoording to the con ditions in said mortgage the said land conveved in the said mortgage will be sold on the date above specified in order to pay said debt . "Per McD. Rat, Attorney?6 . Chrysamhemurn Show., " fietche'r. N. C., il ay 2819 6, Editor : Hustler: I do "not see wby Hendersonville should not have a chry santhemum show this fall and be up with New YorkV Boston, Philadelphia", and other larre cities. V If you have tbe space to spare and will announce the follwinjf proposition for me in your valuable paper I will comply with same: -I will furnish chrysanthemum plants gratis and give $1.00 cash premium for best specimen plant in bloni. All who wish to accept this offer can send me their names and I. will deliver the p ants gratis at The Hustler office any time in June on Tuesdays and Fri days. Yours truly, . G. M. YOUNQBL.OOD. Republican Factions. Washington, May 23 It becomes in creasingly evident that there will be a clear line of demarcation between the republicon factions when the state con vention meets. The delegates will be called upou to make a simple choice be tween Blackburn, h republican co -gress:uan, oa the one band, and Butler, a political adventurer, who has voted everything-except the republican tick et, on the . other Butler has taken charge of the 'organi ration" plans for the convention, and he has just been discovered in a bch-me to embarrass Mr. Ulackburn. He went to rongtes man Sherman, tbe chairman of the re publican congressional campaign com mittee, and asked lr. Sherman toad dress the state convention. Of course, the New York congressman was quick to see what was working in Butler's mind and he declined the invitation, quick, say in if he had already arranged to go to North Carolina as the guest of Mr. Blackbb'rn, and that he would de liver an address on the occasion of the Tar Heel club binquet In other words, Butler had once more been foiled. - . Pmmii Strike IreUer. The most famous strike breakers in tle lai d are Dr. Ki g's New Life Pills. Whin liver and bo els go on strike, they quick 1 settle the trouble, awt the purifying work He- right on. Best cure f.ir constipation, ueadache and dizziness. ' 25c at The Jus tus Pharmacy. A BALL OF FIRE. rraaka of a Thunderbolt la a Hour In Paris. Camille Flammarion in his book "Thunder and Lightning" describes some of the phenomena of electrical storms. Of tjie actions of a ball of fire tn ParisThe says: "It was in the Rue Bfc Jacqnes,' near the Vl de Gracel The fire ball burst into the room from the chimney, knocking over the paper guard in front of the fireplace. I ap pearanee it suggested a young cat gath ered up In a ball, as it were, and mov ing along without using its paws. It approached the tailor's legs as If to play with them. The tailor moved them away to avoid the contact, of which he naturally was in terror. "After some seconds the globe of fire rose vertically to the height of the man's face as he sat and he to save himself leaned quickly back and fell over. The fire ball continued to rise and made its way toward a hole which had been made at tlie top of the chim ney for the insertion of a stovepipe in the winter, but which, as the tailor put It afterward, the fire ball couldn't see,' because It was closed up with paper. "The ball stripped off the paper neat ly, entered the chimney quite quietly and, having risen to the summit, pro duced a tremen'lou explosion, which sent the chimney pot flyinsr and scat tered It In bit all over th neiThboring courtyard and surrounding roofs." LIFE'S LITTLE THINGS. They 3o a Very L,ovqr Way Toward Making the World Happy. A wild bird's song is a little thing lost in the deeps of a frowning sky. An-.l yet as It fjills on a listening ear and leaves its nicssii.-xe of melo.ly earth's green scen:s brighter aud life; is sweeter all tlirougb un autumn day. The coa of a babe is a little thing meaningless sound from a . vacant mind. But 'tis the only sound that all na tions bred the one clear language that all races know. . . A mother's love is a little thing too soon, alas, forgot! Put it tyniiios t3 blind humankind tho love aa-.? trrsst and ho;e divine that be:ir with p:itenec calm aud sveot the willful wrongs in Oese live? of ours: A passing smile Is a little thing lost In a world ef toil and care. And yet the soul with gloom oppress ed and the life grown wearied with burdens hard will happier be In ; the afterglow of a smile that is warmly kind. . A , kindly word 'is a little 'thing a ' breath that goes and a sound that dies. But the; heart that ' gives and the heart that hears may know that It sings and sings and sings till at last it blends with the wild bird's song and the coo of babes In what men call the celestial choir. Milwaukee Journal. Und a Clmtd Call. A dan uerous purgic il opera io . I vol v. iig i he removal of rhligha 't nl.-er, e.i larreas my hand, from my daujhter's hip was rKyeutfed y the application of liuck ien'3 Ar lea S dve," says AG. Stickel, of Mii' tus. W. Va. Persistent u-e of the Silve Oiuplelely cured it. Cur e Outs, B-:r8 "and Injuries. 25c at The Justus Puarmaoy. . : . PACTS lit UATtJEE. Hot Only Do We Get. Inspiration Fraa Nature, Bat Health aa WelL For people who are rundown and nerv ous, wno suffer from indigestion or dys pepsia, headache,, biliousness, or torpid liver, coated tongue with bitter taste in the ntorning and poor appetite, It be comes necessary to turn to some tonic or strengthener which will assist Nature and help them to get on their feet and imt the body into its proper condition. It s becoming more and more apparent that Nature's . most valuable health - giving agents are to be found in forest plants and roots. ; Nearly forty years apo, Dr. R..Vf Pleroe. now consulting physician to the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y., discovered that by, scientifically extracting and combining certain medici nal principles from native roots,' taken from our American forests, he could pro- -duce a medicine which was marvelonsly efficient in curing cases of blood disorder and liver and stomach trouble as well as many other chronic, or lingering ail ments. This concentrated extract of Nature's vitality he named "Golden Med ical . Disco very.? It purifies the blood by putting the stomach and liver into healthy condition, thereby helping the digestion and assimilation of food which feeds the blood. Thereby it cures weak -stomach, indigestion, torpid liver, or bil iousness, and kindred derangements. ' If you have coated tongue, with bitter - or bad taste in tne morning, ireouent headaches, feel weak, easily tired, stitches or pain In side, back gives out easily and aches, belching of gas, constipation,. or Irregular bowels, feel flashes of heat al ternating with chilly sensations or kin dred symptoms, they point to derange ment of your stomach, liver and kidneys, which tne "Golden Medical Discovery will correct more speedily and perma nently than any other known agent. Con tains no alcohol or habit-forming drugs. All its ingredients printed. in plain Eng lish on wrapper. The sole motive for substitution is to permit the dealer to make a little mors profit. He gains; you lose. Accept no sub stitute for "Golden Medical Discovery." - Constipation' causes and aggravates many serious diseases. It is thoroughly cured by Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. One a laxative; two or three are cathartic SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES. National Educatim-al Association Con ve uion July 9-13, 06.' 8if Francic. and L Angles, CU. TckHs sold June 24th t J.ily 6 h inclusive. Final limit Sept. 15. 1906 prior to midnight of which pas se gers n:U-i reach orfainsl starling point. Fr further inf -nnation apply to the un dersigned.. Kite, from A-dit-yille $77.50 f r round trip. , " . . : Summer ch oI -f theS-ub, June 19ih t . July 27, 196. Knoxville,Tenn. Tick Hs A'ltl be sold Ju e 17tb, 18th, 19 b, 23rd 24ih, 30th, July 7ih, Hih, 15th, ,I9 6 with final limit 15 flays iu addition to date of sale. One first class fare, plus 25 c nls for round trip. Rate " from Asheville $4 25. . ' : '' - '' . 'National Grand Iwge of United Broth era of Friendship and Sisters of the Mys-: t riou. I.eingtn, Kv., July 30, Aue. 3, 190. Ticket wid be sold July 29-30 and August 1st, fi aj . limit Aug'ist 5th, 19(6. Rate one tare plus 25 ce ta Kat from Al eville $10 la. . . l entHniy 'ol!effet Summer. Schools- fii laeherj 'yH!deiriii" Uuivareiiy Biblical IuslituiV, June 10 . Aue. 10. N.lvil:e.' Tei'sii, Tick Ik a'ili)n: so d Jin. j;-li- lA 18-19-20 " Ji.ly- 1 9 16-iSH.G, . iih tLai l'niit 15 davs from date of sale. Rate one first class fare "plus 25 cents. Rate from Asht viile $10 50. University Summer Schof 1, Jue 26ik 27th, 19 6, Athens,' Ga. Tickets sc)ld June -23-24-25 26 30 July 2-9 16-19 6, with final limit 15 days from date ot ale. Rate one first class fre plus 25 cents. Rate from Asheville, $6.65. - So. Carolina Rtail Hardware Associar ti.n, Columbia, S. C, June 13-14, 1906. State B ard of Medical Exatviners and N. C, Medical &ciety, May 23-June 1st. 19 16, Charlotte, NO F c further .a iriun u t rites, schedules and etc., apply to the under-sigM-d, ' ' R. H. Graham, Ticket Agent. J. H. Won, District PMieernrrr Ageot and the greatest qtumtltles of every ,K growing thing can readily be pro flueed with the liberal nseof yiigiaia? Carolina Pertalzerstogetaer with careful cultivation. The materials ot which they are made, cause them to ea rich the landand the plants to coma ' up rapidly and more proliflo. Use Vlrrhila-Carolina PrtlIIzers on your fruits and fruit-trees, of all kinds, corn, wheat and all trucks. For, at harvest: time, you will have the larrest 1 a Vior uew inu iacreaao your yield per acre") and finest, , crops you ever raised in all your farm life. Don't buy the Inferior substitute that axfy fertilizer agent may try to per suade you to put on your land. YIRSIXU-CJlRCLm CKEKICXL CO., maMwa, tk, aorraiE, It, nnia, a, 0 CkulKtaa,S. ft, Bkltinen, ML, AUuta, Bnipili, ?1L, Oka MTkUU. Sivrmport, La. CVIrdlnla-Carollfia) . ft Properly. Adjusted s i r - n ove the Nausc.antj tVct ". ' I a permanent cure ; i .: ?? Satisfaction Qaaranteed Co aiiltiition Free W. H. Hawkins S Son. i ' Ophthalmic Opticians ' " . . Spencer,. N:;(-Ml3 "18 -1 be repub. Hcan ..exe urive cottmitr of Rowan county will met on tbV2fich inst.. at wHich time a couuty'ft nVntion will be called apd diWname4Uh primaries. When asked what his oi ir-.iization will do for c;ongreman Spencer Black burn, Chairman Thomas H Stewart, of Spencer," replied that the 'rominitu. will do nothing to wards his renomina tion or ' election. In fact it is known that" .every "member of the executive conimitUe'lsdpposed to Blackburn. The- chairman -is' frank to say that he .will never, vote for himgain. The Re publicans will this year join with the democrats in the defeat of the repre sentative from the eighth district. The opposition to Mr. Blackburn amo:-g the leaders of his own party in th is section grew out of what is claimed as gross- misrepresentations made by him in postoffiee matters. Why take a d.-z-m thi gfto cure that cough? Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar. allay 8 the ooestiou. st.ps that tick ling, drives tbe c dd out throng b, you bowels. Sold by F. V. Hunter. Roosevelt Gems.' ' ;: Tn last weeks paper wa& stated that Miss Bertha Led better and Mr. Grover Lyda were married. , I wrote it as it was old to me, which was false. ; I am sorry i was written, and beg to say that I ave kind wishes for Miss Bertha. . Please publish this and oblige, , Yours truly, Tip TjOE. See that ymr druggist gives you no i ni-. taiioa when you ask for Keniie jy's Laxa-. tive H ue and Tar, the original Laxative cough 'sy run. " Sld by F. V: Hunter. Salolok. I'irn Sigacr LrOQLf Mountain Altitude 4060 Feet Fourth year nnder fame management . R. M. IvqNS, Prop., Gttanola, N, C R.e-opens June 1. 06 aftftftft.Hft ft ' a ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft THE JUSTUS EXPECTORANT COUGHS 6 (COLDS ft ft ft ft ft. ft, ft. ft. ft. ft: r it is safe for children. It is effecti ve with adults. It breaks up sudden colds. It relieves chronic coughs. 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