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SEENtJ BY The Hustler HAS The largest cir.. culation of any paper in - its territory -c - "st the BEST ad r vertising me :y . vj iji :-XV- dium in county V: lie KtettTcnV O ,erd ty the PE O P LE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Si HE NDERS ON V XL L E . N . 0 .if T H URSD AY ; J a N U A R Y 16, 1 90 8 ;7 VOL: XVII, No. 8, tv- I x i i II i - a. y WHYfTENDJERSONVILLESHQUL l t! 0 I U : III (I I i flffu IL ' ." 1 f'?''"i'r . -V Trt?- ''111 I' (If 1 """"7" i " 'Ml ' Ml I ' ' I t- The people of Hendewoimlle have an opportunity to secure the Methodist Orphanage of the West ern North Carolina Confefence. The Conference committee hav ing the matter in hand will meet aX Hickory on March 5, and make the decision at to the location.: There. are mary applications for the plum. :" Hendersonville needs "that or phanage. " v v . r - It?s -in-"the nature of a perma nent improvement. About seven hundred children will be. cared. for. v ; . Much money will Je. spent, on the extensive buildings. ; ; : s It will help make -Henderson ville still better known,iiaturally. Below appears a letter from the lowing Interestinsr account of the toub chairman of the committee to Drl- les of Lieut. Herbert, who is s well Guy E- Dixon, of the local com- known in Hendersonrille, where,. with, mittee who are endeavoring 16' his dogs, he lired for some time, locate the Orphanage herel " Virtue Is not always rewarded. me- 1 ThVcobdiiions are not unreason- times through heroism a man loses able. The local committee are mDCn, now , ready to receive voluntary" a sad case of brarery almost reating contributions. in the loss of a sweetheart. Is the doe of . Many large ones have already ueuL Hilary H. Herbert, son of, the been offered. - . , . The committee also desirea to secure options on ivuuauuuo If you have :anyU!.jlIlmatIollOTaL -ewers . the iswiptlonasj served. In the fh itt teeletteTelSwrfife fTzt-p&nns. And t Vonr heart- rfffht 6n the . . . - . I o -- . ,tt i , i price, too. .: ;Henderspnville is the ideal cation ior the orphanage.-It is "Last winter the beautiful Miss tltz , well known; and no longer contra- huglu of xxington, Ky., who Is eften dicted,"that this city has climatic Bpoen of as the representative Blue Affa-ntaireB. uecnliar to itselL Con- ditions which do. not exist even 20 o j I ra n.iUmv. : ' - - " Freedom from-fog, pure- water, excellent drainage, and superb scenery nere,- a x-u.piw.uxo MHkiiAatMvitnn ninTansnin. Aiiiiiriti j 'uu"u'" rw". r, . i CUUlalUUlvyi xxvavxa-i. w m i able degree, from all .contagious diseases, and -many . otner gooa i .h TTfinArann- villevBhould -b the site of .the or- pnanage. - - . 1; ' iir.i u a. A a-.-wj-kWAV - tt k Tn wa r ii it . . , Herelis to j. lvey, writueu lrum jj.n;j-wijr . i ' ' ' ' v.' J -j I OUT" iavor w uauu buu uwwu. In reply will say.that we want op- tions on at least 800 acres of laud, Part should "bejvooded and part farminz land- We would want it in pSim view of, the . railroad, as an institution of this kind should be kept before the people. The distance from town would depend somewhat on tne -roaas, du- PVUAV IT UMV W should -say-it 8hould.&oternpre th.r. 9X nr R. miles at the outside. Mos of the propositions will -ibe so much cash , and the option on the land at so much ah acre. I trust your jeojple will make us a liberal offer. Youys truly, Geo. F. Ivy. Saturday'Storm j- The oldest inhabitant has no recollection of 'any such Btorm as that which came to town last.Sat- A cold, sleetvrain ponred -I Ar a. A hieh winlhelp- ed Borne to -make the-flay enjoy-- .Mo All the streams were over . rAma. .-.PTft tneir uau . -icf. imnftnaible.- The mer - chants were unable, to make deljv- "i" ; ii ;i M nf- CL: enes ai. rw . : i cni Vr.v ani artmM nATn. age was done to the Power Com- -nir'i nlant. DTI Biff1 Hungry. ' It 'wai a day which will long be re membered here, j - i ; . . : f Notice who hold accounts galn "AH persons1 the late Jesse P Beale, r are request- andpnrf.1 &f$gt7 sttheiateJf?tv . i,a Ai-ALj;rfta!dlnHBSt . . -.im: t)roDerlvT itennzea and verified, to Fhelah nea tw vi Kassau St Hew York, which place they will receive attention k neiij - .J In Which r Former Hendersonville Han Is Pfdiinont - ;Tb Hew. York American has th fol format Sacretarr:bf ne NaV. ;He J i I ayn tee Titzth, L - I nrij loetis ire ni, 0 General Lee. It reads lOe ' a . - - ths)--fibsilsAmetiosWH;.- . - wm i , war auu wwiwo I his return found that his health was - Vgj impaired.- Grass beauty, having the golden -hair, blue eyes, healtty complex! -. on , and j ot the splendld - physifue characteristic woman of her State, , cameoqi a yisft to ngtonT i Bhe wai ex- her sister in Washington, tensively entertained ana oecanw a sreat favorite. . t . i , I -i . ,.U i tdthese sidewalks iU, 'make Main n KUIZ miMwie. u. " .v. ..... u.nt.n.n Thcou- lple fell despatvii f love-5 i(rlt each other. and.in spite of oppdsiUon,besAme - i engaged. When Miss Fltzhugh went Wf7 lor his neaivn ana, .strange w he nhnM the fmona okl KentuckV town ox - ,. Lexington as the place of his rtcup. eration. 0013 spent days together : - ridings the fields on the Fitz. hugh thoroughbreds until the foung man recuperajted, and the family hich become genuinely attached tol him. mmthmnrmmMt mirnr for the marriage. Important business affairs eauea young Herbdrt:. bickf to' yri<ifc ton. when, to tne alirm orchis friends, fisP be came really worse in health than Bob was before his trip to Kentucky. v The marriage had been set tm take nlace on January 2, and young Hlrbert was on his way to claim his bride . when he was taken ill In Mobile, Ala4 and had to give up the trip and is nowr in a sanitarium in that city. V agaih vio- KI1BI n 1 LtZ. Ll lM. H B WW kX MB. w I ,.i nnrMaA tn her marrvinM the Lunlieuteiianton account of His 111 health; but -be, whgrim rmi - nation that is her rnux from the Lees and the FitrbJ declares that she will Jnarry l; vi. n -2,, wUl lf ccesMry, nurse hicft back I eno, win, 11 nexjceio j$ nn niDCH u awu w w " w "" m w neaim . . hi mss j-vbiju nuUu - frr .v. -i.to-o i nnnauallv. BCCOm pusneu,Dt--.-- ' -7T- RrhasfluenUyasherownlarrguage, and is an adept performer on the piano . Her father, Capt. u n TUSWh. - J comes of the proud old FiUhug stock soews"-. rrr-r-r, v fV i w tik;awVmen' at i state, Mias x'lwnK" r..w.-- -0a, ana when she was la Wthlnjr ton had her famous thoroughbreds sent I LS YiAr from tinm ' " I a , - , . I . . - V ... , I set ijr ccDruary x, &nu Miss riiraugn i declares that ihe will carry out her eon tract in the face of the most determined opposition of the whole Fitzhugh fam- TQlXOS ; Taxpayers of To the county: ; Henderson Please Jtake jaotice," if you hate not alreadypaid your taxes do so at -once. ;iTiey arelonpisi &uS and aLwU very plain on this, sabject, and I am s vorn to enforce it. This is the last no tice I will give before advertising per sonal property. And if you allow same to be advertised, yon may expeot to pay the costrr Please do not embarrass , me about this matter. ' Respectfully'" cxBROOica , ' Tax collector J. Sidewalks ! ! The .city authoiities propose to I have the property owners on Main j street rjut.dbwu cement sidewalks 1 Alsa Jon Anderson avenue to the Depot. ' From the court house to Broad s;teet,tthecement would" coyer the present width of the walk, , lntf- the walk be of reasonable width, possibly v . -v - . . . iTMt --er A-t wmi trwi vav urt o rt T.cr si T'" "r " T . jt - , Vrhecity may, probably" will inn iiiw iiiin jisuunw su ur v a v Th. .rt. ' n b. cir- r j - i en from thrse to ten yeart, in which to pay for the improvement. i" - ? W V 4en"sy6atsj lt cerUiuly willv work no hardship on anyone. Hsndetsonville will 1 be a. great . n ca ' place quite like Hendersonville. . ; able. - " 'Not only that, but it will be a Lnal: axfIlfint advertisement for ' Hendersonville. And Henderson ville needs advertising. There are some objections being made by property owners, res sibly they are being made without a clear understanding of just what is proposed. It is a most progressive step Will improve the appearance of t&e street Will make the mem ory of their stay here more peas ant to the city's thousands of vis- . " i VirMt 1 .1 . VY ill lncreaae vaiuo w ti.vp- erty. Will advertise the town. And will work no hardship upon anyone if long-time payment ii arranged for. There are now patches of An walks down. There will shortly; be a considerable -amount more1 put down voluntarUy by the prop-l ; n - erty owner8' When the whole street and An 1 dersQavenue o, improved; the chances are tnai nose w MMt denouncing the commi88i0oers will be the loudest I i-: - 1- i m iudu uuiwi I ll aiJt,OAX BMliVT It is a progressive move and will Lfct-VlrV hA an accomDlished uuuv., - . . . AnriM this vear. althO ' therms a pej-itwn being circuiaiea - i . . . U4.u--;4.;- I taking tne proposea aewpn. . . f I 1 I II J t UOOUi The local Carpenter's TJnlon donated uj Geodioc. the union .carpeutersn- xjjr p-eye m-u , - home town STRICiliV lirsdnal Mrs: chas. Pless ;has returned from Olnbtnnati. -j ' . . . , ' In town last week. Zebulon Weayer of Aiherille was In town Tuesday. Ret G-8. ones will breach at the Baptist church next Sunday - ,,-.. v,..- i -4 v - r : . ReT O T Rowe. of Asbevine, I ejrfster- ed BIue; Ridre Inti Tuesday. Ifiss Hessie(Jarr and Charles Carr of Marion, N. Cr are visiting Mfes Ma I mle Carlisle of this utyi - V - ' - ' fehoe was injC. E. BROOKS. town Wednesday-suSrin;. Somewhat I from a recent fall ' . t : Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and their two ot Mlett Ire: Quests -..o' - . . . Mrs, Freeman and Hasterly v ;.- . . I born io Mr aadTtrsV P Lane, a son I - I Tuesday, - Jan 4th Mother and child arelTrp prpn both doing well i J.. Col W O Rice, father of Mr C n Rice, of 8edalia,' S C, die aV his : home in Ninty-six? a C., last Wednesday, the 8. o. B. Hill, of EdDeyrille, was in town Monoyafonndmso pay us a pleasant ana prontapie, v ui t. 7 P if oraran. of Horse). Bhoe. - was in town Tuesday He says beTobka forward - 1 to the time when there7 win jbe a: daily Hustler printed : ; . ; ; I if icu!ker jack M whoaver he mav I be, of Horse ShoeT .-wishes ?aoy attention j paid to. his commualcatlons. he must j Sign hU name, : . i . v V Smith, is attending the business College In shev.j ville.- He comes home, each Friday 1 night. i.-:. . . . -. Dr. AJL LrdsT the well-known phy jsicianof Penrose,-w!is W town last week loa busineas.aedr itdenully in1iiiel5ffjjl5ind com- . . . ft h& iiame amctHiertr:rmunitoe.o Wlliram R..Begg, General Solicitor fbrlheOreas Northern RaUway.head- i-rn . . wee TisiiiiDg; bib eittuor, mm f.prww J. H. Hall, for the past six years : past, in the U; S.'Navy, on theLouisanay Is In town, Visiting his the well known up father,; K S. Hall, pholsterer. He will probably remain in this city. Mr. E. W. Gurley is now in Charles ton with his family. Mr. Gurley is de lighted with Charleston but. says there Mrs. Gurley's condition remains about the same as when she left here some time ago. - j 3 Crawfordv who-had bad his foo .;tnff.t h..-nt nMntir. in rattino" vuv wu w w f V- O r -n tt ia kt h Mnuntain nitv inn lhtieDrj; Q Waldropis attending him' LP Allen, of Jackson County, spent snort .ime m .y .u w - i-Hon -u .n mntA in JinkBonvIUe. AL.u ' where he will remain for the winter Ha Is & cousin of" Station Agent C S Fullbright j. w, Thomas, wno maae so many friends here during his connection with the telephone company, has been pro- moted to the chief inspectorship of the q run T.i nri Tel. Co.. at Salisbury.; Fop m9tm past Mr. Thomas has; been stationed at, Charlotte. . Bt E B Goelet, of Saluda, died In New York cityV Oh Tuesday. He . was about 50 years eld and well known in this part of the state hs was born In south Caro Una, ;and organized the Bank of saluda, j in which town he .was also interested heavUy- financially. Dr Goelet had gone to New Tork to consult physicians ' t . . -. ; , klss Louise Webb of St John's Kission Upward, r who was operated on two .: FTnanltal hu lm4 "TV novuBKv" r : ti- .i... I- ; - v: I j r . - - . . . Refitttfj ana hopes to oe aoie o . re.urn to the mission by the end of the week .1 - u. urfnifrd Dalzlel is In charee of thawhooi antil jcIss Webb Is able to re- m, . ., Lx iu,r. ..' i I H T 1 1 T rhT- 1 " T T . v . rH- .nltnmen who wish to nut I. to orAer ior s wif tg .Fertilizer, write ame to see me Prices will Hbe right j of fine merchandise has been locked op 'J -- '"Ik 1 Knot tVlBl 1 T V . , ,-mi hln to HorBe r -er. r u johitson x jo. THE ."OETTIIffiERiS'- IT TEIIS jxhe names of the mon who direct the affairs of the big JFirst Na tion Bank DIRECTORS: W. J. DAVIS GEO. I. WHITE W. A. SMITH H; BENNETT GEO. HOLMES GEO. H. VALENTINE K. G. MORRIS R. G. CLARKE R'. HSTATON L L . t r) rpf t J . B. JACKSON OFFICERS: W. J. DAVIS, President. K. G MORRIS, Vice-Pres. MACK RHODES, Cashier. RHODES, AsS. Cashier w- s ii nr are sne.names or tne om- cers and directors of ; The First National Bank, eleefeed at a stock- holders' meetine held" last Tues- day night. . These gentlemen are too well Iv'nnwn in thia nrt nf thft ufaftA i'n require any further : introduction, anjt U hardly necessary to say ftnythinj5 about them. . onr h TTnatlarj'rbefriff devot- to : Henderson County ; And "' to 1JiendsrB0nville. wanU toa?e. both . - - - . l SonthIand Therefore it innsbe". atnli0n hit L , . - ... tntLarm..mAf i.K - VUU 1L-VC7S XSA AU9AOS)VW V4 (VUV W-- ! - will " bymen so thoroughly competent and conscientious as are - these gentlemen. c The. First National and the old Bank of Hendersonville have nev er issued any script which has proven so unpopular, $ho advisa ble, in Asheville and other cities all over the country, and this city . h f-vnT.T,ift vertiinir thereby. The conablida- , r. two bank into on tion ot-tnese two oansa, lnio one; f fch BtrongeBt ingtitutions of fliA .fof. bna atill fnrther adver, tised Hendersonville, and it is leasing to know that the com- . - munities financial lntsrests are largely in the hands of a bank which extends to its clients every nnnrfcwav consistent with safe and . , fl ' banking W - t Davig. President of the I . it:... itr-.i.- 1 uni- nii o ; introduction. A financier of more than local repution, the name of W. J. Davis is a tower of strength 1 111 iwson. K. tt. Morris, as Vice rrssiaent. will have a larger, field for the n-. nancial genius he is known to possess, and Mr. Morris nas a Mr. Morris has habit of keeping both eyes open when talking business. jju.acs: xtnoaes, wno maae bo u Lo, . TTn1irnnvu 1. now gretg them as cordially as ever . . , -h gjg 0f the cashiers windo at the First National, whe he al win haT- an oppor. tnnitv to. demonstrate his well I j-own ability. 1 1 fl. Q. Rhodes is assistant casn- d hi mEny friendg are con. -9 undent he will make good in his I lihr TVOBltlOD OI t-USt. ' , I r . . t. The total resources 01 inis Dana: foio.000. and the canital I ai D U T Ol awcJkVSVW s-a-. vmw www fa. ww- individttal iiabiiitie of Lt, .t-vhoM-r- i t 100.000. The -- - t r r nearlv t280.000. Bsvnlcriint Sale : " PnKrupt dale. , I . . . tt I- I tm saw 01 roe . r-a-se.ro w w in c-oods. includlnff the store nxtures, win or begin on next Saturday. This Dig stock . , -i-.t , tv- T7ni stAt-n-mct stock wiu soon pe sold out TIIISBUSY TOWN! Observe closely the date on your label oh this paper. , That Methodist . Orphanage would help some. . - ' :' What do 'you think of the sidewalk proposition?- -r ; There are are rumors and rumors AND rumors, . . : : . Claude Brown Is thinking of subscrib ing for Collier's Weekly. : :. ; The Mayor nowholds his': court in City Tax Collector smith's office. - - - It is said the Balfour quarries will scon open up with ' Italians: as laborers, exclusively. -; ' . ...V' - ": Those few cold days was only a taste. of the kind of weather experienced in leu favored sections of the country. Well's Smoke Shop, Asheville, wanted to buy 15 Hustlers, last week. Sorry, but didn't have'em. All gone. . His Honor Mayor Schenck up to Mon. day noon, has tried ho man' for being drunk since Athrville went-, dry It used to be one a day on an average. ; - In the Prohibition fight' waging In Jacksonville,: FIam the drys are holding up Hendersonville as an example of pro hibition that does prolubit,; - The K, of P. Lodge held their regu lar meeting on last Monday night. Five new applications were received, ' and an interesting meeting had, w -.- -. ; The body of Althea Oreea, killed by Lance on Saturday before Christmas, was taken up and a post mortem exam- ination . made... Ballet was located' in her back. . . ' ' ' " ; Messrs. Ewbank ahl E wbank nave; sold id the D. Sam Cox place otf B road Sti lb . partof the-- year here with'hls daughter Mtfe Srowu4 f One man heg6hfg U nd guard over his sidewalk with a double .mw'-i. -AmiA barrel shot gun and .woe ;.to the .man who tries to put down a cement walk in front of HIS property! And that 1500,000 jrif t of Mr. fioebling of ABheville, pf Asheville, has shrank to $25,000. The Presbyterian organi zation declined the gift which has been accepted by the Episcopal church'.' ; Mr. Boebling leaves Asheville because it's gone .dry. v .. v. , V ; The Hustler now has a competent and careful correspondent at Flat Rock, atZirconia, Horse Shoe, If tt Cave and Green River, and would' like to make arrangements for other sections of .the county Only news wanted . however, so nonsense - At the rceent meeting of the l.O.O.F the following officers were, installed: J. C. Beck, S. G; 8 j. Blytne V. G. j A; u. Jones, k. s.; u.u. tiyaer, a..'. P. King Treasurer; J. Alleny R. S. N. G. ; Urea Smith, L. S. N. G.; B. S. Smith, R. S. V. G.: . B. Sherman, L. S. V. G.: Z. B. Arledge, - L G.; J. - 0. Rogers, O. G.; H. P. Thomas, R. S. 8 ; E. C. Ward, L. S; S. The Fletcher K. of P.'s installed their new officers last -Monday- night. Many adies were present -, and helped to make the occasion .one long to be re- membered. The refreshments were ex- cellent and short speedhes were made by Claude Sales, Frank Smith and! others. No. 185 now ha. over 50 mem- bers. and is one of the best lodges in the paired and so lessen to that, ex- -State. . : : . . - I tent the danger of trying to drive - Thft atp TTntAi cAtriLT JUanfl. whieii is operated by two -Asheville Citisen boys, is an excellent place to buy your cigars and tobaccos. The news stand in connection always has a full line of magazines and daily papers, and its cen tral location and courteous service ren dered Is making it a well patronized place. . The r owners-expect shortly to hand in their applications for . member ship in the Board of Trade. U, S. Deputy Marshal T.O. Israel has returned from Greensboro, where he has been in attendance upon .Judge Boyd's court: Mr. Israel was active in that raid upon Smiihtewn, the' home' of moonshiners. " One - man tried at this term' of court had beeeri released some time before and sent-back home on con a i tion that he act as. a missionary, and endeavor to stop his friends from mak ing moonshine liquor.' The day he got home ' he 'started" "making it himself, judge EJoyd gave him two years in the pen. Mr. Israel has also been: In Vie-- rini&and South Carolina on. his offl oialduies.;; ' C E Brooks made settlement with . I county commissioners, Monday for State i tax r 1 . Mr B Gailamore now comes alonir with a pig weighing 650 pounds' which 'he ; killed the other day This is the -record so far Wholtbeatit? " n Patterson's stock of goods will be sold, commencing .' Saturday, ' at 9:30 This store has been, closed during the past four months during the bankruptcy proceedings." :-' - - ; B Gregory was tried before the Mayor last Monday on charge of running! a blind tiger. He was bound over to Court under $150 bail. Staton & Rect- or appeared as his attorn -s. John Dub- can, coloredj, alleged P sold him the liquor. B says he did no such thing. At . the trial the court room and hall were full of Interested friends of Mister . Gregory- , Some of the evidence was funny. Zeb Arledge made the ar rest. Additional evidence has since been secured by Officer Arledge, so there are two men now, who 'swear they have bought liquor from Gregoryi ' - Tom Grimes Behind , Bars, on Forgery Charge ; Charged with forging the name of J. H. Clancey o a draft, Tom Grimes, formerly of Hsndsrson ville, is now un der arrest in Montgomery, Ala! Ths Montgomery Advertiser says Mrs.. Grimes . presented the draft in payment for a suit of clothes. - The forgery was discovered and Grimes was arrested at railroad depot... Says the Advertiser:' "His wife, who is a daughter of a livery, man ia Hendersonville, is said to have married hlm agalqst the protest' of her parents, the marriage following an elopement."' :- v WcJdropSteaon J One of the prettiest weddf ngs '-1 u the iatoriy of ersonvlUe wWnhatox ' !: 'MT ' dT evening, at five o'clock Tbe church - was cOaxpletely furC' and the ceremony - was performed by Revrno' W MoOre,-' pastor of the chnrch, assisted by Eev G T Rowe, 6f Asheville ; The bewly, mar- Tied cosple left on the 6 40 train for the groom's home in Bethel, N c followed by the best wishes for their future happ -ness of a host of friends r ' ' Ui ' :-Terrible Accident Women -and 'Children t rampled to death in wild .rush for safety in opera house flre'in Boyertown, Pa.; 175 lives : lost and entire famlies wiped out, ' ' - ' Those Rbadsl The roads are in a frightful con- , dition,- all of them.- Possibly the Edneyyille read is the worst. Jast " beyond. Bly Bros, aud the Hender- . son ville Wholesale Grocery Co. there are great holes which render, travel dangerous to horse and man. ' This is in the city J imits. It is said the roads generally, have nev er hnnn r draarlfnl An now. &nrl .--3 1 . -. ' , ; ; r ; .- " "m' I yiaany people peiieve it were cet- ter to have one mile CI macadam j than to have the chain gaug here An j tWA- thrn-no-rmnt thA enni.tv. ! ,, . , . , , ?bose reat holes shpuld be re- to jienoersonvnie. ' New Advertisers H. Patterson, bankrupt stock of Goods , . :( Williams & Weilt, assignee sale of fine furniture. ( , , - , ;v . Wanteska "Tarsi Co., a big list of desirable real estate. Hotel' Gates, Cigar 'and News Stand. ' - G. CEaple, fine shoe repair-' ing. - : Hendersonville Mercantile Co., special --redactions, '-the last chance.' , . $ -st, 'o'-: l . G, M. Glaaener esftriordinary reductions. '. ''' V;; Watch the label on yourpaper. It shows the date your subscrip tion expires. ' See if it is correct. See if you are properly credited with the last remittance you sent in. If not . credited, please let us now. ':,'