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si Mrs. Gudarer arid Mrs. Huggins are visiting their mother, Mrs. Hawkins. Prof. R. M. Iveos has returned to town, after a very pleasant summer on Sugar Loaf.' Loull McCulloh, of Plat Rock, is re ported seriously ill. His many friends . hope for his quick recovery. Mr. Flynn Seawell, of the Purity Laundry Company;' has returned from his trip south. Mrs. 'Sea well will not return for some days yet. There were 260 scholars in attend ance at the opening of the graded school, the largest number at any open ing since the institution of the school. The democratic primaries will be held at Fletcher on Saturday, Sept. 22, at 3 p.m., for the purpose of nominating constable and magistrates Frank Smith, Chairman. . Alias Annie Farmer, who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Ripley, during the past, summer, has returned to her home in Washington Miss Farmer i the youngest daughter of Mr Singleton Farmer, formerly of Flat Rock, but for several years past, of Washington, . . -Hon. 8. S. Crittenden, of Greenville, S. C, will talk before the Board of Trada next Thursdnv nitrht vtnraininr I . . . . " 6 ior a a booK tnat ne is no preparing on the I tqba eariy nistory or tie naerson vine and Flat Rock. . The Independent Ticket. . An ' independent county ticket was nominated at the Court House last Sat urday. About 80 to 90 people were present about -half of them took part in the proceedings. Probably less than a dozen republicans wer there. Col. V. Pickens was chairman of the meeting, and W. C. Jordan, secretary. The ticket nominated was as follows: Kail that penmg I beg to announce my semi-annual display of Pared - a - i " . s inter ri l tLKiNo and -NOVELTIES will take place on . Hospital Association will meet Thurs day, at 4 o'clock in the Court House. Democrats, select the most active and J effective workers as members of your precinct committee next Saturday ' af ternoon. ' Governor, Glenn Nwijl open the county lair with a great speech on October 12. IS- Everybody should be- present at the opening. v J; V K. 1 All trains were delayed Wednesday I For RepresenUtive, McD. Ray, demo- by the , severe rains It is .said the crat5 Plerfc ot Court, Luther Anderson, Swanannoa tunnel is closed. Salisbury republican; Sheriff, J. L. Orr, democrat; W ednesday, ' September trains e-e running through llender- agister or ueeas, i. x: uartc, repuo sonvillp' on WfidnFdav. ; , Hcan; Coroner, Dr. Greenwood, Mills . 7 River; Commissioners, T. E.' Osborne,' Ex-Governor ni a. R. Avcock wlli democrat, Mark Edney, democrat, J. addi ess the citizens of Uef.derson cuun- T. Staton, republican. No nomination tyiat the Court Houe, on Thursday made for surveyor. We expect to print October. 4. A simple announcement is Platform adopted, text week, delay in all sufficient to draw a tremendous crowd recelvlnva 01 " prohibiting it tx hflai thin t rca t. nru-kat.lo tf t AmnAriAn I this W66k. Bring your neighbors and friends along. Governor Aycock willspeak in Hen- der8onville on Thursday, 'Oct. 4th. This announcement is sufficient to guarantee an immense attendance to listen to n of the finest talkers in the South today. Gov. "oik. Hichmond P. Hobsou, Hob Taylor and Sam Jones are some of the attractions for next year's Chautau qua. The Bible Conference will be held in the spring. "" The road to Flat Bock is iu a bad con- rwjE .yv. yt jnim, ytr a .. y. .oo an ani 26th The County Fair. You are; cordially invited to attend, MRS. A. E. TOSEY Opp. Bank of Hendersonville Hendersonville PUTS IT "UP TO" THEM. STEIN BLQ CH have p re for us, fr Fall wear, "ov.i-floats suits whose fit. style ami' qual ity will. find peers irn ft-w tailor shops in America. Highly paid craftsmanship;' rxrranrdi nary fabrics. of punAvo .1, ind amj a genius for Xhv. Tim r siuc' if tailoring, help make up the sum of St in-Birch superior-: ty. S iits $16.00 to 2.00 The Southern Railway will give special rates for the Fourth Western North Carolina Fair. Rate will be one Democratic Masses to Decide Up- ana one-tnird rare for the round trip; tickets to be sold October 10, 11 and 12, and for trains scheduled to arrive at Hendersonville . prior to noon of Oct ober 13. final limit of tickets to be Oct. 14, 1906. The interest taken this year in the Fair is very gratifying to the officers, on The Part Party Shall Take In Fall Campaign. Hendersonville Mercantile Co. . , , Toms j Block ' OOOOO00000C?0S0OHOOOOOOOO team to travel, it is longer a it's a joke, but the people who to travel that way don't see the Attend your precinct meeting at the usual time and place on Saturday after noon. ' Besides nominations for town ship officers and the election of a pre cinct committee, you will be asked to state whether you are a democrat or an independent this year. Mrs. Joe Mitchell and two sons, who have been at Mrs King's for some ti me past, left on 8aturday for her home in Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. Mitchell's hus band is the famous professional golf player, whj is known the world over, wherever iolf is played, The five poaches of Train No. 10 were derailed atl the depot, Tuesday night. What might have proved a very seri ous accident resulted only in throwing the cars from track without injuring passtugers. Supposed to have been caused by. spreading rails. The engine remained on the track. The Fluer de Lia Literary Club will meet Friday afternoon, at five o'clock, at Dr. Grinnan'8 residence. All those ladies of the town who are interested are most cordially invited to attend. Membership in this club cannot but be beneficial to the ladies joining it, and an urgent invitation is extended to all. Q. M. Olazener's ad. in this issue is an interesting one, and one it will pay you to stop and consider before spending your money. Mr. Glazener has the reputation of being a close buyer and a close seller, also. It is rumored that northern capital ists will ereot a monster hotel in Ashe ville. Some of our business men be lieve that if the advantages of Hender sonville were properly drawn to these gentlemen, that they would seriously contemplate investing their money in this city. Tax Collector Brooks is now issuing receipts for 1906 taxes. Elsewhere in our columns will be found a list of places where he or his deputy will be on cer tain dates, commencing Oct 1st, for that parpose. Meet him at one of these places and settle up, as the law requires settlement by November 1st. Tax Collector Brooks is now issuing receipts for 1906 taxes. Elsewhere in our columns will be found a list of places where he or his deputy will be on certain dates, commencing Oct. 1st, for that purpose. Meet him at one of 'these places and settle up, as the law requires settlement by November 1st.". The Asheville Presbytery will meet at Hendersonville Presbytexian Church Monday, September 24, 8 P.M. Pub lie cordially Invited to attend all the services. Opening sermon will be preached Monday night, by Rev. Cbas. A. Campbell, of Waynesvllle. The session will last about three days. The Carolina Baptist Association will be held with Shaw's Creek Baptist Church (three miles west of Henderson lle) Thursday before the 2nd 8unday ' in October, 1906. Rev. T. H. Posey, of Fruitland Institute wiil preach the In troductory sermon at 11 A. M. Dele gates and visiting messengers will re ceive a cordial welcome to the homes assigned tbem. It is expected that twenty-five or thirty churches will be represented m this meeting. May the occasion prove to be a "feast ot sour' in Christian graces. Sept. 18, '06. Q.S.Jones, Moderator. The following gentlemen, who have applied for crosses of honor, may.secure same by .calling upon Mrs. R. I. Barn well: H , P. Conner, B. T. Morris, D. L. Johnson, L. A. Morgan, J. D. Nel son, A. L. Barnett, B. ' Lamb, H..W. Carland, A. J. Neely, J. Maxwell, M. F. Kimsey, W. N. Phillips. L. R. Smith, J. P. Johnsoni F. M. Shlpman, JW. dition. At places it is hardly possible and the exhibits promise to be of ex traordinary interest. The premium list Is the best ever offered. There will be ample provision made this year to feed the visitors on the grounds. Gov. Glenn has promised to be here aud will undoubtedly be present on the opening day. have joke. Mrs. F. C. Abbott, who has been spending the summer at her home at Pleasant Hill, leaves this week for the North. She will take her daughter Magaret to Wellesley College, near Boston. Mrs. Abbott will then go to Cleveland. Ohio, returnine; here for a short sta before returning to Char lptte. Pinner-Johnson. Dr. Z. T. Pinner, of Pomaria, S. C, and Mi 88 Maud Johnson, of Horse Shoe, N. C. were married in Spartanburg, 8. C, Sept. 12, at the residence of Mr The democratic chairman of this county very properly puts t tie question of lnde- peudentism 'up to" the party itself, by re fening the proposition back to the people for final decision, in theirprecinct meetings on Saturday afternoon of this week. He 1 entertains decided convictions adverse to the proposition of fusion, but does not seek to force his ideas upon the party and asks the entire membership to take np the matter and settle it for themselves. The organization has already spoken, through duly accredited -representatives, and said, nay, verily, Pauline! But their decision was not looked upon with favor hy pro moters of the new scheme. They turned deaf ears to every argument and continued ine agitation like Maine did when "she went h 1 bent for Governor Kent. A All Mail Orders Receive our prompt and careful attention. We fill R. A. Leonard, fomerly steward of the T. L. Lytle, on North Church SC The number of good democrats fell into the all orders the same day they are received. well known hotel at Chicks Springs, a. u., is now occupying a similar posi tion with the Hotel Gates. Mr. Leon ard, years ago. was steward at the Blue Ridge, and is one of the best men in his line in the South. The celebrated Drake String Band, which made such a favorable impression at the Fair, last year, will be heard again this year at the County Fair. Capt. WofTord congratulates himself upon securing juch an attraction, which is bound to be one of the drawing cards- Hicks Jones, of Mt. Hebron, was in town Saturday, and paid us a pleasant visit, also his subscription. Mr Jones thinks, as do all of our progressive citi zens, that the greatest need of Render- ceremony was performed by He v. J. W. Elkius, of the Dancan Methodist church. Dr. and Mrs. Pinner will make Pomaria their future home. II you have never had any dealings with us, a trial will convince you. Write today for samples, prices or any The Storm. The severe wind and rain storm of Monday night raised havoc all over the state. The sea was driven two miles Inland on the coast, causing much dam age. Locally, the effects have not been so severe. The terrfiic wind caused some Interruntion in the excellent ser vice the Hendersonville Light and Power Company have been giving us. Trees and limbs were blown across the wires, causing them to become company nave been working aay ana ! trap, but the republicans were conspicuous oy their absence. Yet a ticket has been named and the play Is on; some of the re publican nominees protested against being nilt nn Mm tinlrft onrl fiftlrl thv wnnlrl not run. whether they win, tins deponent omer lniormauon you may desire. kuowethnot. If by some "hook or crook" I' ' . . . tney should decide to pull oh, the situa tion would be interesting sure enough. And that this may happen is not unlikely. ine outcome of Saturday s meeuug is displeasing to many democrats, who hoped for better results. Republicans did not appear to warm up to the situation, their late allies outnumbering them in the ratio ot about eight, or ten to one. The per sonnel of the meeting was interesting. Few ef those present looked comfortable and none of them seemed "at home, "lhe star actor in the performance was on the floor when the Question of nominating a ticket came ud for consideration. He eon county is good roads, and he com-1 night to repair the damage caused by mends this paper for the stand it takes the storm, and things are now gettiDg in this Important matter. Mr. Jones in good shape again.' says that good roads will add more to the material prosperity of Henderson ville and Henderson county than any other one thing. Case, T. D. Dalton. Brittain, Mc. Bowman, B. The Purity Laundry Is unable to de liver all their work on time this week, owing to circumstances beyond their control. The severe storm of Monday night damaged the wires of the Light and Power Company so badly, that the laundry was without power to operate their machinery for two days this week. They will make every effort to catch up with their work and try and disappoint as few of their many patrons as is possible. In our advertising columns Mr. J. T. Patrick, who was for a number of years Industrial Agent for North Carolina and more recently for the Seaboard Air Line Railroad, is offering employment to families having boys and girls who will work. They are to work in silk factory and ladies dress and underwear factory; the factories are in ,the vicinity of Wadesboro, N. C, Mr. Patrick's native town and one of the South's most pro gressive little cities. Farmer's and carpenten's families are especially wanted. Write Mr. Patrick,. Wades boro, N. C, and he will send Informa tion. He offers homes, for those who work, on five to twenty years, monthly payments. This is a fine opportunity to own a home. Notice. After September the 22nd the price on ail lots in Hyman ueignts win ne adyanced $2.00 per front foot. All in tending purchasers must close for their lots before that date or pay the ad vance. Hendersonville Realty v. MAIL ORDERS GO PROMPTLY. REMEMBER. Wool Dress Goods and Silks Of these we show a superb, stock, ranging between 50c and $1.75, with the big con centration oi grades from 65c to $1.25. Wide fabrics sell best this season 42 in. to 56 in. in wool goods and 27 in. to 36 In. silks. , FINE COTTONS and LINENS, both in white aoods and colors, are having a " well deserved popularity as. they combine fine appearance with great durability while inexpensive. Staple Dry Goods, Housekeeoioe: Goods. Smallwares. Underwear. JTosierv. and hesitated, as if wondering "what in the I Crioves, H.mbroidenes and Laces, Ribbons, Neckwear,JHandkerchiefs, Corseta and But- dickeus to do." Finally his courage lenca rauerns. revived and the deed was done. It sow remains for the democratic par ty to say whether it will go ahead and make its nominations, or take the medicine prescribed by individual members in Saturdays meeting. Many adhere to the idea that a straight ticket' is decidedly preferable, especially since so few re publicans have shown a willingness to co-operate in'a citizen movement. M ' Union Meeting. Sept. 18, 1906. We think it advis able to call in the announcement for the union meeting of the Baptist Asso elation, as the regular association will convene so soon after the 5th Sunday. O. L. Orr. A Mciealiflc l nder. The cures that stand to its credit mak Bucklen's Arnica Salve a scientific wonder It cured E. R. Mulford, lecturer fr the Patrons of Husbandry, Waynesboro, Pa., of a distressing case of Piles. It heals the worst Burns, Sores. Boil. Ulcers, Cuts, Wounds, Cnilblalns and Salt Kheum Only 25c at Justus Pharmacy. Iu these days of rush and hurry courtesy is often forgotten. In the mad, pell mell rubhofour lite little things are done to offend that we rather, remained 'undone. A hast illy eaien meal and its resultant headache may cause us social of fiuancial 1h. The wise man or woman is the one who relieves hi tie ills of this &rtby a little dose -f Kodol For Hyspcpbia. It digests what ou eat and puts your stomach back into shape. Sold by F. V, Hunter. A bath cleanses the skin and rids the pores of refuse. A bath makes for bet ter, fellowshship and citizenship. Not only should the ontsule of the body be cleansed, but ocCHsioual use' of a laxative r cathartic opens the bowels and clears lhe svstera i f eff ct mutter. Best for this are He Witt's Lilile - Early Risers. I'leasnnt Utile pills tnat di not gripe or ick. n. S .1.1 hv F. V. ilm.ler. . Ladies Suits, Skirts and Coats Very?attractive styles at reasonable prices. Suits from $3.95 $28. Skirts, $1.95 to $10. Spring Coats, $3.50 to $12.50. Oar stock of Embroideries, White Waists (from 65c to $2.90) shows great value. Men's and Bovs' Suits and Furnishings A big stock of big values f torn low priced goods on up to very fine grades 828.00 in men's suits - ' Fine Shoes of all kinds, flats and Caps. Trunks and Bazs. Mattings and Rugs up to 9x1a Axminster Rugs at $23.76. H. REDW OOD & CO., Asheville. N. C. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OP THE Hendersonville; N. C. AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS Sept. 4, 1906. Preferred Locals. Letter to Burckmyer Bros. Dear Sir: If you could get the exclu alve sale of a sweeter, sugar, for five miles round i lb as sweet as a pound of usual sugar, and cost no more you'd jump at it, wouldn't you? There wouldn't be 100 lb of any other sugar sold in a year in your town; you'd gobble the trade; and It wouldn't hurt your whole business. Devoe Is like that among paints; it is twice as sweet as eome; it is sweeter than any; not one exception, one gal lon is two orone-aqd-a- half or.ona-aqd. three-quarters. Better than that; paint has to he painted; that costs $2 to $4 a gallon. A gallon saved is $2 to 14 saved in labor, besides the paint. Evenjthat isn't ail. A gallon Devoe put-on wears as long as two 'gallons put-on at $2 to $4 a gallon and two gal lons more put-on at $2 to $4 a gallon. Count all that. The paint that wears double costs les3 by 3 gallons of paint and 3 gallon of painting; that's about $15 a gallon for those superfluous gal lons. , That's good as a double-sweet sugar, isn'i ii? if ours truly, ' 4 - F. W. DEVOE & CO. New York., When you have a cold it is well to be very careful about using anything that will cause constipation. Be. particularly care ful about preparations containing opiates. Use Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar, which stona the cousrh and moves the bowels. Sold by F. V. Hunter. Wanted Six bushels large red ap ples, three bushels large fine potatoes. JAMES id. HOLMES, Pine and Aspen Sts Hendersonville, N. C. Lost Small Liver and White Point er Bitch. Answers to name of Polly. $5 00 reward.. Dr. W. P. Miles, Hendersonville, N. C resources: Loans and Discounts. $168,809.92 Overdrafts 186.13 All dther Stocks, Bonds and Mortgages ....... 3500.00 Due from banks & bankers 39.729.57 Cash items 1725.40 Gold coin..... 2,025.00 Silver coin, x including all " minor coin currency 1,667.80 National bank notes and other U. S. notes...- 7,663 00 Total. $225,306.82 liabilities: Capital stock .....$27,000.00 Surplus fund 15,000.0o Undivided profits less ex- - penses and taxes paid ,599.85 Time certificates of deposit 46,863.15 Deposits subject to check. 124,906.55 Due to Banks and Bank ers 4,672.69 Cashier's checks outstand ing 264.58 Total .....225,306.82 It arouses energy, develops and stimu lates nervous life, arouses the courage 01 youth. It makes you young again. ThaVs WANTED to sell, immediately, a good cow. Apply to Col. S. 8. Critten- what Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will den, The Oaks, Hendersonville do. 35 cents. Tea or Tablets, at Justus Pharmacv ' 1 EMPLOYMENT For girls and ladies even if they are well matched, it is not a State of North Carolina, Henderson County. ) I, J. A. Maddrey, cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly -swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. " J. A. Maddrey, Cashier. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 27th dayof June, 190S. . , ; W.F.Edwards, Notary Public Correct Attest: '" " " . J; P. Hickman, 1 . , i . Geo. W. Barnett -Directors. - J I I - :- ' - Whep two strong men come to blows. Farmers, laborers, carpenters and me chanics having families of boys and The Southern Railway Is selling ex- girls who wiil work, wanted. Those who t oU nviiro urav i worK can Durcnase nomes on u ve no twenty years, muutuxjr pay ujculo, m this wav thev can own their own homes for about what tney usually pay in rent. Write J. T. Patrick, Wadesboro, N. C. curtions tickets to good for one day only, each Wednesday, at $1.45 for the round trip. Notice. Having qualified as adminstrator of the estate of T. E. Rogers deceased, all persons having claims against his estate are here by notified to present them to me on or before the 31st day of, August, 1907, or this notice will be plead iu fear for their recovery, and persous indebted to the estate witt please make prompt payment. This 25th day of August 1906. Z.T. Rogbbs, - Admn. of T. E. Rogihs deceased. Horse Shoe, N. C. FOR SALE A 2 1-2 horse-power gasoline engine. Price reasonable. Ap ply at this office. Real Estate Wanted Wanted a tract of land. 30 to 50 acres, not over three miles from town, must have good water and good building site. GIve yery lowest cash price and full particu lars. Apply at Hustler office. 3-t. ' The best Brands of Tobacco, and most popular sellers, Ram's Horn and Red Eye, Mfg. by Taylor Bros., Winston- Salem, N.C. r or sale oy uendekson ville v HOLE8ALE Grocery Co. pleasing sight, but if the man who gets the worst of it will use De Witt's Witch Hazle Salve, he will look better and feel better in short order. Be sure you get DeWitt's. Good for everything a salve is used for, including piles. Sold by F. V. Hunter. T- Mountain guides are charging steep prices. justified in Ladies, read this catalogue of charms. Bright eyes, glowing cheeks, red lips, a smooth skin without a blemish, in'short, perfect health.' For sale with every pack age Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents, at Justus Paarmacy. At last we have it figured out to our own satisfaction. The men who design circus posters never saw a show. No one would buy a sailboat with sails that could not be reefed. There Is always that possibillity of a little too much wind that makes a cautious man afraid to go unprovided. The thinking man, whose stomach sometimes goes back on him, provides for his stomach by keeping a bot tle of Kodol For Dyspepsia within reach. Kodol digests what yon eat and rest )res the stomach to the condition to properly perform its f unctious. Sold by F. V. Hunter. Money makes the mare go to grass if there is enough of it to pay for an auto mobile. m ft m Ask any ,JAP', that you may see, "Why the Czar, with Bear behind," had ,to climb a tree, - i The Yanks, God bless the Yanks, says he. They gave us Rocky Mountain Tea, at Justus Pharmacy.