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The Chautauqua Piano. The piano used Tuesday night by Mr. Edwin Shonert was secured from the celebrated firm of Chas. M. Stieff, of Baltimore, Md. We are glad to see the Chautauqua managers were so success ful in getting a high , class Standard Piano for this occasion. -The piano prored a marvel 'of wonderment in brilliancy and sweetness of tone under the masterly fingers of this celebrated artist. The reporter called upon Mr. Chas. Gonzalez who came here from Charlotte to look after and tune the piano. When asked how it was possible to put to much sweetness and power in to so small a piano, Mr. Gonzalez re plied: "That can be easily understood when I tell you that Mr. Stieff has been raised from childhood in the manufac turing of pianos and knows every detail oi piano construction. He spares no ex pense In putting into use any thing that . will prove advantageous to a piano and thai his sole aim and desire is to pro duce the most perfect piano on the market both grand and upright. You will not wonder then at the perfection of the Stieff piano. In saying this I do not claim we make the only piano, there is one other, possibly two makers who make good pianos, but none are the slightest bit better than Stieff. In fact, it would be impossible to build a more perfect piano, and if it should be you can just bet Stieff will have it." Iecten are Pauled. The remarkable recovery -of Kenneth Mclver, of Tanoeboro, Me., is subject of much interest to the medical fraternity and 4 wide circle of friends. He says of his case: "Owing to severe inflammation of the Throat and congestion of the Lungs, three doctors gave me up to die, when,, as a last report, I was induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery and I am happy to say, it saved my life." Cures the worst Coughs and Colds, Bronchitis, Tonsilitis, Weak Lungs, Hoarseness and La Grippe. Guaranteed at Justus Pharmacy. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. No one could object to a woman hav ing the last word if she didn't insist on getting in all the words preceding it. Peter Pry 8halvin in Judge. Good for the cough, removes the cold, the cause of the cough. That's the work of Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar the original laxative cough tyrup. Contains noepiates. Sold by P. V. Hunter. 7 Old Hickory Wagons At Cost W. F. Edwards .Hard ware -.Go. lifers Rkhsi There is som ething doing at our hone :. Just Received the biggest shipment of HAMILTON BROWN SHOES that ever came to Town. iVL IVL Shepherd!. ft i -1 t - tm 1" th 'A mm V f';' a HORSES HORSES! Beginning Thursday Sept20th40 a.m., will sell for spot cash to the highest bidder 75 Head horses, 10 large Mules, 15 rubber tired Carriagqs, 15 rub ber tired runabouts, 5 top buggies, 25 sets double harness, 25 sets single, harness, 15 saddles and bridles. We will also sell 2 ears of Farm W8'Oiis?all new. We arc going to quit the farm wagon business, 1 car of Studebaker Bros., 1 and 2 horse, 1 car of Florence wagons 1 and 2 horse, all new. s - We guarantee to sell the best lot of horses ever sold under a ham mer. These horses we have used in livery for the past 90 days, they are young, sound and City broke, every horse must be as represented or no sale. Sale rain or shine, we are not going to carry this stock through the winter. Several high class teams have been consigned for this sale by parties spending the summer here. If you want a good carriage team, a good roadster or a good saddle horse do not miss this sale. If you want large mules be here, if jou want to make money be here on ano'p and Consider: People are paying from 20 to $100 a Graphophone. With us you get $20 worth of merchan which is always the best in quality and lowest in price d a BUSY BEE TALKING MACHINE Free. Busy Bee Gold Mounted Records FREE with each addi tion $5 "in trade. Ask for Coipons. 1 GenereJl Merchandise Hendersonville. N. C S OUR FAMOUS DRINKS A chocolate soda is the most delicious drink that can be had, provided the flavoring is of that rich, luscious kind. Ours is and that is whv our chocolate -drinks are so famous. We never tasted anything so good. TRY OUR ICB CREAM HUNTER'S PHARMACY ! NEAR THE POST OFFICE, G RA J. DAV Telephone H9 i 5 2oth-i9o6 No by bidding, Sale prom at our Mammoth ptly at lO a. m barns The Glaude rown. Hendersonville, N. C. Reason for sale season over. Gomp any Hustler Print will frQ x&'- ' serve itsn under (T y you. r Wood's Seeds .- ron 1 IFA.ILIL SOWINO. Every farmer should S have a copy of our Nei v' Erall Calalodue It gives ibest methods of seed ingi and full information about Crimson Clover Vetches, Alfalfa Seed Oats. Rye Barley, Seed Wheat f ' Grasses and Clovers Descriptive Fall Catalogue. mnilAfl -frPA on1 rtrtftpfl j i , quoted on request. 1 T. 7. Wood fi SonsTl Seedsmen, - Richmond, Va. Our Trade Mark Brand Seedt'ue the best and cleanest qualities obtainable. Pointing Printiirg Printing The Hustler S i m pi s o unal n g but express 1 v . You walk bvifh these shoes. J not tn them. your feet o o n t r o 1 1htm 1hy - don't control - your f oet 1hmy jr)9 under you t The patent "UR FIT" holds your shoes and feet? together so that the weight of your body does not shift around and twist your shoes out of shape. fill aro the only shoes good enough to carry the URFIT." Made of genuine calf, or kid, or genuine patent Russian colt, with solid heels and uniform buU's-hide oak-tanned solos. Corned Beef at 10 to 12 l-2e per lb. Rolled Roast at iOc Beef, Veal, Lamb, Mutton, Sliced H Breakfast Bacon Fresh Fish Fridays ..AT.. . JULES. BAUfilBERGER'S MARKET HOUSE. . Phone 67.