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HENDBROtfyiLLE. ! C ..; personal abo Otherwise, v M . u. ;ioey, ot native, was id ion Tuenday . ; Mls4 -'ue rannn has been visiting' Mn Mnrrln for & few dav. Mills River and ibe upper country had a flue rain Saturday a ud 8unday. R v. A. O, .AUInnn, of Penrose, "is folding aseries of meeting at lit. Giiead church. , . . f KM ktri u Vfita urfiV ft 4 J Kuan 'teach in f at Monroe, N. C, is home for the mmmer. " 1 S P. Wheeler, accompanied by H. H. fHlHrrV mnirpp of th Pnlnmhla iHotel, Columbia, S. C, are In town. John F. Seawell, of the Purity Laun dry, has. returned from a business trip co Atlanta. The band will play Friday, when-the coon train arrives with the members of the Florida Press Association. Prof. Boone states that the price paid for the property recently purchased by him was $2,100 instead ot $ 1.7(H). The many friends of J. J. Osborne, of Mills River, will be pleased to har that - his condition is some hat improved. I rs. A J. Smith and family will oc cupy the Caldwell cottage on E. Aspen st., during1 the summer. The many friendsof Judge Pace's wife will be pleased to hear she i much bet ter, after a rather severe illness. There Is some talk amongst the legal fraternity of this city about a special term of court. They say it is almost a . necessity. James M. Justice, son of the well ! known surveyor, is home for a visit - from Louisville.' where he has been at tending the seminary. J. Caldwell Robertson is in town. TMlss Marjorie and Miss Eizibeth Rob ertson, who are attending Klizabeth (College, Raleigb, will arrive shortly. .Miss Helena Morris, who has been at tending the Conservatory of Music at Durham, N C, is home for the summer. Miss Morris will probably return in the fait ' Mills River farmers are busily en gaged setting out cabbage plants sinc the .recent rain. . There is a scarcity ot plants and the prospects are for a short crop. Mrs. H. C, Perkjqs.is senouly ill at her beautiful residence on South Ma!n street, which Mr. Perkins recently pur chased. Mr. and Mrs. Perkins have the sympathy of a large circle of friends. The Hotel Wheeler, newly painted and decorated, and .with the extensive alterations finished, will open fr busi ness June 1st, with every prospect of a patronage which will test the capacity t of this popular hotel. The condition of Mrs. W. J. Davis - wife of County Commissioner Davis, i? i reported slightly improved. Mrs. Davis i has been suffering from nervous pros itratioo for the past four or jive weeks. :JThe mortgage recently given by the Southern Railway to cover their big is ue of bonds, to the bland a rd Trust Co , of New York, is now being transcribed fotooe of the big books at the regis trar's ot&ee, by Miss Juno Morris. It trill eover more than 200 pages of one of tha big record books. The Methodist Ahurcb will hold its picnic on Tuesday, June Uth, at River side Park. Ashevilie; if the new sched- ule of the Southern Ballwajr goes into irnt- th time b.b ut fMtrmit co- . VUWWV T s o log the morning and returning fn the evening. One fare for round trip will probably be Uwj rate. Th wiii h an entertainment at 'Bmi's school bouse, on gfyaws Creek road, Friday, Jun-'8th. lee cream will "be served, there will be short speeches, Kvi rht dinltiiuM. et. Entertainment will becin at six o'clock. Admittance - m " for children 10 cent-, for adults lftcentx. As the entertainment is for the b?Bfii h. tartre atteiidanee is ex pected and a good time i assured to all The Board of Trade ' meeiln, on 'Thuivday niitht,' at eiht o'clock, . -rill h. an imoortant one. Plana for - the proper entertainment of the Florida pbi Association, who will arrive on " Friday, will be discuaed. ' Another im yportaut matter to be taken up will be vthe Drooer oelebratiou of the Fourth of tfuly. as it is expected to make thin yrar's celebration surpass all previous ones. A full atteudance of members i urgently desired. : . The candidate who offers to pay a man for his tim to attRiia a preciw: nrlmarv is unworthy to represent any daM. or canditloo f men in any capa city." said a prominent "democrat to THE HUSTLER las, t Saturday. "And It appears to me," he continued "that the democrats of Henderson couniv nave experienced enough of that aortnf thing to last them a life-time. Good, we ought ttni .hi nrimalres and take a hand in nhaoinir the result and I mean to be kan4hu hi fnr th firt time in JM unuu vui0 j - eral. Bill Crawford' ii certain of one nmiis ote at my precinct and I know of many il , ha urill or of. hMttde." he cbaia gang has started work on Min street -it - will look different when they get'.through. v - i , ..... i , . Mis . Maude Osborne, of Brevard Is I iiens w visit ner sister, Mrs. M, L. hlp- m.an. Raleigh News & Observr. Dr Orinnan, who has been attending the Presbyterian Aftaemhlv in Green vllle. a a delegate, has returned home. O. It Sorrells. J. R Whitaker and N. B. Raid win; three popular rural ronte carriers of Fletcher, were in town Wed nesday, on one of - their rare vacation davs. Vfa-KT Tim Panninn k IsHncrillehed d V -js o. j I vine m or. tenuis,, preacnea last ouuuny to the Preabvterlan congregation In tt wt- txt tt -. i.. n aw Kins, our wen iuuwu nuu pupuwi i 4 i.. Mic rw riat wp 40WC.?m w. - married about two weeks ago, and their I 1 1... i.-.ct m.r4 i niti- onrl awa I receiving the congratulations of their. many friends and acquaintances. Chas. W. Bunt, the new local man airer of the telephone company, is get ting ready to Install the telephones in the Hotel Gates. There will be over 100 of them, with a switch board and operator In the lobby. W. D. Christy, for some time pat con nected with this paper, has resigned his position and will leave the last of the week for Waynesville, where he will w''' I accept a position with the Waynesville I Courier. Mr. Christy has the best wishes of The Hustler and of his many friends, who know he wlil be successful In his new field of labor. Dr. Waldrop has returned from Charleston, where ha attended the an nual convention of the Southern Rail way surgeons. He reports the meeting as being productive of much good, pro fessionally, and says that socially, they bad a most enjoyable time. J. W. Thomas, who has been local miniMr here of the Asheville Tele- I phone Co., has been promoted to the r r ... I position of wire chief in Asheville. Mr. Chas. W. Hunt, will succeed Mr. Thomas as local manager, who has made a host of friends In this city by his ability and courteous manner of doing business, and whose best wishes will follow him to his new field of labor. Pmhahlv on a of the vouncrest firms awa. nruMtinn VinaSnaca in iTonriofcriti I it, . . . . , , f n ill JVU CBVUM WUUV ABW UVAW M to M. M. Shepherd's. The name of the firm will be known as the Mcf'ulloh i)rowder Co. They will htndle fruits, candies and vegetables Thev will ap preciate customers and prom.se satis faction. J. W. Grimes, who has made this city bis home during the past six month, has returned to his home in Portsmouth, Ohio. Mr. Grimes has suffered t o at tacks of appendicitis, and will go im mediately to Cincinnate for an opera-1 tion. Mr. Grimes has been In Plrss . , ... , ... . book store part of his tim , while here, and said, just before his departure that HendepoavUI. the onl, U,wn the world for him. t m i m Florida Press Association Here. The members of the Florida Press Association, to the number of 40 or 50. will be In Henderson ville on Friday, June t, for a short time. They will ar rive here at 12:50, in special PuUm in', and will be met at the station by a re ceptlon committee of some 20 of .our liitiznns. Thev will le escorted to the Blue Ridge Inn for dinner. That bos mi thia occasion, ana me memoer oi . - . . . 1 r the association, with the reception com ... : . . . mlttee, will sit aown to a Danquet or i hki luiuvb iur buo iuuci wan. c&iici 3 .1-1 . I. n m.an AVtaw a ten-minutes speech by that able after I inner talker, W. A. Smith, in whuh he will recall the time when Hendei onville threw wide her gates to the, fVHr.atricken Donle of iloridi. the members of the association will be tak -n for a drlvfl around the city, return ing in time for the Toway train. The newspaper man are on an outing, hou d for Lake Toxaway, and it Is prop sed to show them just how hospitable Hen dersonville g .u be when she tries. The Hendersonville Band will, meet hfl visitors at the train and. with the committee escort them U tue' hotel, where thev will all dine together. Dis trict Passenger Agent- Wood has been sent a special invitation to attend as a truest of th city The liverymen have all respond' l most liberally, furnlsblni? all tb ne d- d carriages absolutely free of ch irtje. Thare will be special menu card , of pretty design, and souvenir booklet for the visitors. It is intended to show the newspaper men that they have come to a live city, and ev ry thing will bv done for their entertainment while here. Captain WofforJ, a usual, is most energetic in making the arrangements, and the suc cess of the whole thing lies largely with him. -'ih Prerts Association, have .been wired as to the arrangements being made, and no doubt . there . w ill be a W" - f' - - 1 . - crowd at the depot to welcome them. Just as we go to press, we learn there ia a possibility that the Press Assocla tion will not stop here. There wlil -be a speolal train waiting at the depot to tkoin Immediately tO LiaKB lOXtt- way, although there is still a possibility that itki f a if e a kia Jrar hare hours only a few , : ' Woman's Association. The Woman's. Association for the n Pnhiin Snhoni Houses, r- uc) uicu. vi ' - " , ; quests i he teachers of Henderson county to send In reports or improvement umu. at their schools during the present sea sion, number of improvements and wbai they cost. J f I ;r ;: The reports should show the follow ing items: Library books, book cases, pictures, ''I desks,' square . feet of black board, mnps , and globes, cuVtains and shades, stoves.- EXTERIOR IMPROVEMENT. ', Window blinds hung, wells dugtumps Vhmnvml. mhhish removed, walks- laid - .-- out, trees planted, shrubs planted, flow. I ers planted, I If funds have been raised by enter- tatnments or contribution, etate the fact- also any other item of interest. j .k. .n.t. t i.foi than Plase end the reports not later than Jeanette Miller ' , . Educational Rallies An educat ional rally - will be held at Hooper's Creek, Sunday, June 1, at 11 a m. The speakers for this occasion will be D. S. Pace, G. 8. Jones, J. L. Orr, T. H. Posey. At Mt. Moriah, also, will be held a rally on June 17th. in the afternoon. There will be an all-day service, Child ren's Day being observed in the morn- iner. the sneakers -will be J. u. rr. J. Williams, T. U. Posey and G. 8. Jones The public is urgently invited to at tend both these meetings. The speech es will be interesting and instructive, and a pleasant time is assured all who attend. Have you weakness of any kind stom ach, back, or any ortrana of the body? Don't dope yourself .with ordinary medi cine. Hollister's Rockv Mo'u tain Tea is the suDreme curative cower 35 cents. Tea or Tablets. JustuV Pharmacy. Preferred Localsi Our Flowers are now offered for sale opposite the power house on North Main st.rnAt. - nail inn cra hnor teal I t.ha rM street. Call and see how well the old man will treat you. J. N. Yfnxonr.noD Hendersonville, N. C. . " " TYPEWRITERS: Special induce ments in the. Oliver. Williams, and Pittsburg, three choice makes, visible. D. M. Litakcr. Fresh, delicious strawberries for sale at Kichtrd Howard's. Phone 93 and "2-L we will deliver what you want. For a fine aet of teeth try Dr. Wal lace over the Post Office. Henderson ville. mav31-2t LOST Ketween Blue Ridtre Inn 'and Fleming avenue, one gold watch sil ver watch fob. Pro hahl v fell out of carriage in front of the Beale residejnee. Return to w. H, Hawkins & Son jewel ry store and receive liberal .reward, tf. Parties either in citv or country de siring boarders may keep their rooms fillfw3 thixuiirKniit ih. caaann Kir rl u i n (T their bouses, giving location aud rates V.1 PaTra mia 1 ' u- ol iay x joraan, opposite court Doute. i ' K Fresh Fish. The Wilson Mercan- Jl"- and Krirlaw. Trva vnnr nrdnrii Rhod I j j J . : : T1"' ti M ul rJ " . Office to the Post office building where be is d re oa red to do all kinds of dental work in the best manner. ma3l-2t Bo ARPINQ House for rent. 10 bed rooms, furnished throughout, tnne vegetable garden, all kinds of fruit, 2 good mileb cowt, 1 1-2 miles' from town. well located, character of bouse estab lished. Apply to J. M. Waldrop & Son. A fine deck of cards free with one dozen of the famous ti. B. Collars, at Wilson Alercantiie Co. k 2. 3. ani o teallou milk cans, the best maile t at Wion Mercantile Co. Dairy- I t 1 man, call and examine them. You i) it uiau now in' cotton business wants to set position fr -the summer, ran fnru ibli tb very best of refere ces. Apply at i his ffice. v may3'2t Bull. Terrier Pups For Sale Finely Bred,tio.U Muritintfa. at moder ate prices IS. U.- oUMMEY, ilendersouville. mav-wtu ii 1 am desirous of organizing a class iu stenography, typewriting and bok- Keenmy. eiLher dav or evenintr ror particulars,1 call at Mayor Kind's resi uence atterti p.m. Jeanette Crisp. ' WANTED Tm veil idis Salesman. Must furuitiU reit-reneet aud invest $1000.1)0 in first clasi ( per Cent.' B -mis. 8alitrv and ezpriiseti ptid. Experieiu-e i.ot n qnred, we leach bUMnfBaat ur Mills. I ne vvneei i; g Kooti g Jfe Cornieo Company, Wheel- luff. W. Viu UJayo-ti t- Hae B irly YgetAbles aud get good prices b. us ng wpsoh's tspeciai vtie luble aud Potato Urower.' WjlSOK ;ekcantile to. S. Maxwell, Z aoors iroiunje puau office now wholesale ana retails sort drinka of all kluds. lf- : j Maxwell's Urluks are the bst. tf - NOTICE -For hiiih yrrade candies of h.11 kind m.d fine fruits nuts, cracker or,A I'hawimr lrmrtA. irii to J. J . . StrOUlf a auuuuw... B .. . uew store, next door to nuuter-a rug i store. ' : Miisurv's House Paiuts. which are sold exclusively by Edwards Hardware Co , ar- guaranteed Ab-wiateiy tne oeso, and have a record to sustain the claim. We are having numerous inquiries f..n h.mcud in rent.. (Ju.ll . and give us descri ption of your houses. e will I w w - . t Dtace them for you. large ust oi pr ertv to sell on easy tern.s. Carolina tt. ot u. W. F- Edwards. Pres. Tf arM.iit. u. inok. nurse or' nouae- oii nn w. i!. Jordan.- at omce of Ray and Jordan, opposite court house. 1 may9-imo V on your laundry when we re turn it to youi Spotless as the driven snow, and as sweet as new mown hay." No frayed collars and cuffs. Just simply first-class work in every way. Phone 142 and man will call for it Ask us about our rough dry work for housekeepers who appreciate clean and spotless linen o J. B Seawell & Son Proprietors Blue. Gem Jellico Coal WOOD, dl lengths The Freight Rate Matter. A mass of data bearing on the freight rate discrimination against Henderson ville is now being prepared and put in to shape tor . use ih the crusade against that evil. The preliminary steps have been taken, but much detail work as to figures, etc., remains to be done befoie any definite results will show. Mr McD. Ray has the matter in charge, and will devote his ' tiine to it until the Southern Railway does something more than promise. It is the universal opinion that lleadersonville will be heavily handicapped in her growth to a larger estate until we have fair freight rates. Asheville real estate men talk ot real estate . values doubling in that city within the next 5 years, the busi ness men of Hendersonville are de termined to get their sharu of the pros perity so confidently expects by Ashe ville. Hendersonville is an ideal dis tributing point, it is generally conceed- ed, aud it is the-sentiment of all our citizens that we cannot afford to allow Anything to stand in the way of Hen- dersonville's development. A Schoolhouse Built-in this State Every Day in the Year. Tbe Sohooi Journal, of New York, has an excellent article on North Carolina's public schools.. It is illustrated with pictures of the governor's mansion, the state capitol, the building for the blind, the Baptist University for women, etc The article states that the last five years have been a period of unprece dented progress in education. . Frm 1900 to 1905, 1,459 new pubho. school- bouses were built. In 1D05 alone, 440 new houses were erected with an aver age value of $425. During the five year ending June 30, 1905, the total va!u? of public school property increas ed from $1,153,311 to $3,203. HI During this period more than one pcbool hodse a dtiy for every day in the year has been built in North Carolina, the value of pub'ic school property more than doubled, and the expenditures for build ing and opening school houses increased nearly five fold.. 1,259 rural libraries have been established, costing. $40,875 and containing 113.2o8 volumes. In ad: ditlon to this 107 libraries have been es tablished by private subscription. SHIRRIFF'S GAFEand Ice Cream Parlor ' 1 6 Patton Ave . - I ASHEVILLE. N. C Out ot town Ice Cream orders solicited ; Geo . R. . S K irriff. M. D . , Proprietor. Ice and ILaundry(C .yv . . .--.. yv. . ,v . - . -.. . '. '. v. tmf- a AN OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE MONEY Besr quality and lowest pHces. Remem ber ever ti ing you buy is guaranteed absolutly to. ive satisfaction or you f mbrtey back. : HENDERSONVILLE MERCENTILE Will 5ell Yoii a ' , Piarip or Origan Cheaper than, anyone elsb . We can do this because we buy them in ' carload lots, and because our expenses are - t small. We also have the Edison JPhono- . graph and the Victor. A good line of the : latest sheet music. Write us for prices and -catalogue. Dunham's Music HoiS9 16 North Pack Sqviare. " MAIL ORDERS GO PROMPTLY, REMEMDERr Wool Dress Goods and SilZis . Of these we show a superb stock, ranging between 50c and $1.75, with the big con centration n grades from 63i! to $1.25. Wide fabrics sell best this season -43 in. to 56 in. in wool jrrnids and 27 in. to 36 in. silks. FINE J,OTTONS and LINENS, both in white goods and colors, are having a . ' well deserved popularity as they combine fine appearance with great durability -V " while inexpensive. . - . Staple Dry Goods, Housekeeping Goods, Smallwares, Underwear, Hosiery, and Gloves, Embroideries and Laces, Ui boons, Neckwear, Handkerchiefs, CorseU and Bttt terick Patterns. , ; ' . - Ladies Suits, Skirts and Coats ,-. Verya attractive styles at reasonable prices. Suits from t3 95 to $28. SklrU, tl.tS to $10. Spring Coats, $3.50 t. $12.5o. Oar stock of Embroideries, White Waists (from 65c to $2.90) shows great value. Men's and Boys' Suits and FurnichingG - A big stock of big values f torn lo$ priced goods on up to very fine grades 128.00 in men's suits Fine Shoes of all kinds. Hats and Caps. Trunks and Bass. Mattlss and Rugs up to 9x1a Axminster Rugs at $23.76. H REDWOOD & CO.. Asheville. N. C. SUMMER TERM OF THE ASHEVILLE BUSII1ESS COLLEGE Will open Tuesday, May 1st, and close Friday, Gusrust 2ith, 1906. Full sixteen-weeks Book keeping and Business practice Course$ 32.00 Full sixteen-weeks' Shorthand and Type writing Course $32.00 Full sixteen-weeks' Coourse in English, Arithmetic, Spelling, Penmanship, Punctu ation $38.00 Diplomas issted and . POSITIONS SECURED ON ANY OF THE COURSES Railroad fare paid to the extent of 200 miles if you enter on or before the opening day. - Good board and accommodations $3.00 to $3.50 per week. Write for full Information Address, Henry H.x Shockley, principal or T. W. Osteen, Asst., Asheville, N. O. FREE . . A handsome set of Plates or cups and saucers . at Staton Bros. Come in and let us explain how you et them. We have some of the bst values ever offered in clothipg etc. All wool English Meetons, cheap at $10,00, our price while they last. $6.50. v AH wool hard finish worsted, will cost $12.50 any where in town, our price while they last $850 Youths suits positively worth up to $12.50, yuur choice while they last 6,50.' . L 200 hats, all styles and shapes positively worth up to $2.00 your choice while they last 98c. Cut prices on pants. Seeing is believing. Take a look. 15 Globe cultivators to close out at $3.19. IQO hoes, best steel, rivited shanks while they last at only 3oc A nice line of dress goods in the neatest and best patterns from 6 to 25c. - ' If you like good bread buy your flour from us. tvery sack guarenteed. A complete stock Jof fresh groceries al ways in stock. Our store is opposite new court house. Yu n re cordially invited to visit our store and be convinced that this is the place to trade. The "indications are that Solicitor Spainhour will be re-nominated witbou't opposition and that means another term of four years for. this most efficient offi cial, as the district, Is democratic by a decisive majortty. v A . vv. vv vy fs. '"v - W. 4 ' W V'' W f mm-mm w III :.- Col. R. E , Johnston, of GreenTlll, S. a, is registered at the Blue Ridt laa. Col Johnston is here to InrestlgaU iha advisability of making heavy Inyesi ments in timber lauds in this couaty. Polk and Buncombe. Hit wifa tea daughter will come fbortly. FREE - VUt w " K'-!