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HEISTDERSONVILLE The Hustler HAS The largest cir. dilation of any paper in its territory. The BEST ad vertising me dium in county The Hustler is read by the PE O P L E VOL. XVII, No. 4 ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR HE NDERSONVIL L E . N . C THU RSDAY, . JANU AR Y 23, 19 0 8 i IS ED hi AFTIIR. :S4O,O0O.00 nn. J J n r7 Liu in. Of IHIome Will be lLocated S ome where: FOR HEN DERSOirai;!! Representative Crawford Is Urging Congress to Make Appropriation for this Purpose. Free Delivery First Nepessary. Everybody Write r v-rri rk. iHnnlnVf Free Deliverv. Should Have (.U I-ua lUllIbC w U. & aaa?aa Tl the United Support of Every Individual and OrgeLnization in County! In the House of Representative, January 13 1908. Mr. Crawford introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds and ordered to be printed. A BILL Authorizing a public building at Hendersonville, North Caro. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa tive of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, au thorized and directed to purchase or otherwise acquire a suit able site at Hendersonville, North Carolina, and cause to be erected thereon a suitable public building to accommodate the needs and requirements of the United States post-office at that place, and foi other public purposes, at a total cost not to exceed the sum of forty thousand dollars. January 18, 1908 Editor of Hustler, Hendersonville, N. C. . At the instance of some of the people of Henderson n i 1 ;ntmln zx hill for a Federal Post-office ;n the town. Whenever vou have Free Delivery established, we shall have a tine chance lor the ppst-pmce. ... , Very respectfully, --fc W. T. CRAWFORD. EDDED AT LAST! Loye's DeYOtion Re ceives Its Reward Id the Presence of a Large and Enthusiastic Assembly C. C. Hyder Forsakes His Bachelorhood Forever. STRIGTLV Personal Capt. M. a Tom9i8 feeling much bet ter. He has been quite indisposed. Flem Brooks and Det Reece. have gooe to Toxawry on a hunting trip. The arrivals at the Hotel Gates laBt week numbered 75. , . W. A Smith has gone to Raleigh on business S. T. tTndces. ir. is in town for a short time. j c. Seagleof Rutherfordtoo was in town Monday. Dr. Wallace is in South Carolina this week remodeling broken down teeth. t Tt Mrrll. of Gerion. a valued friend of the Hustler, was In town Toes day. -V K. Jusiice is carekeeper of the Hotel Wheeler and lives there with his family. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hobbs have re turned frm their visit to their old home In Bridgeport, Conn. Miss Jaie Sinclair, Gerton, says: w would he 1 utesome wilbout the Bustler." Phelan Beale, of New York city, brother of the late Jease D. Beale, was iu town last week. Mrs. Josephine Fuller, nee Miss Gale, will leave wLhin a few days for her Northern home. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Israel were called to AsbevlHe last week by the seriou illoeM of their son, P. H. Israel. Mrs.Chas. R, Clarke, accompanied by her niece, Miss Hickson, have re turned to Pennsylvania where they will rejoin Mr. r. R. CI irks. j w. cairns, an old Henderson county "Well, well, an' loLum Hyder's no longer a Dacneior. iney tell me he was married lait Sun day afternoon. Was yon invited? 111 0 11 1 not to get married. 'Asthe horses were turning in to that road pa9t Mr Maxwell's, I jest remarked to my old m m t hat it seemed like the - whole Aworll was glad thti Lum bad found a partner for his life's j vys and sor rows. Aa'-helsaid, 4Yr8, mostly sorrows,! reckon.' But then he's been a-sufferin' from indigestion for some time past, and aint feel in nzht well, an l tola mm to et some of Will Garren's medi cine. 1 v . : 44 Why don't I stop talkin' an' tell you about the weddin', you ay? , John Brooks, son of Tax Collector C. 44 Well, aint I tellin you fast as E. Brooks is, or was, the proud possess- I can? There aint 'anything to or of a rifle, john saw a turkey in a . .. . - . . .1 InAlorhhnr'a vard. I voiced acain. ouil tell, nohow. iLum, ne's marnea. . -7 t 1. ....., . there. Drew the rifle to his shoulder. Morrow officiated , as they say -ke and the turkev dropped dead in about tne lunerats, an' tne nouse 1 its tracks. was plum full-of folks. But what happened to John after- IU Lb 9 ? ;9 Prooer Effort Will Bring the Grea Orphan iaJ.g e t o EI 4.1 enders onville S&d Accident. Very. THIS BUSY T OWN The orphan asylum of the W. N. C. Conference of the Methodist church, will probably go to that town which makes the best proposition to the com mittee. Of course other considerations will have weight with the committee, such 9 ' ' ' I bealthf illness, accessibility, water,ta Tell the worm anouc Henaereon-1 w i Jn manv resnecta A-da-annvni ta i"o. . - 1 - ...... u lai u most aesirame location for -r m T-i m tm 1 . . M .V I ' ouage r ace 11 sunenug iruui thu children's home. 4,I noticed pretty nearly every ward8? Ah, 'tis too sad, too sad to re- grippe. . Its praotically absolute freedom from . .. . 1 nont.. TVin't iflt'a taiic or it anymore. 1 is it true tnat "ail policemen nave diz i .h rvtntAo-iniiB caaaao a annn.K .onn wn it than a n I . - - I - - - I ouirai u uiaui' Uiau lit wunu vuvab, - i - I . I . . .. . I ice.- . i age, iw water 01 men meaicmal value. about twenty ot 'em come a-norse- - rrnecftes W vntedl ,. . . Lv . L . J j vrHMiics nauicui 1 How ould free delivery of mail seem I the dry and bracing atmosphere, free- KoaV T.nm or' hia vifn n.fc hA. I . .... ..I " 1 . . v. uj I Tl S Dan. . f tkn .t mi II htl W all I In UAtiHaMAnvi I lxV I nnm Tivwn rnflra ira mtn niu.t..i. hind u sheet drawn across one i tne croS8ties vou have or can set. corner of the room, an' when they I him If 'you have ties for sale. come out they jest kept a-holdin' one another's hands. Mr. L. W. Walker, he was Luna's best man, you know, be had to go up an' separate 'em an show 'em just See Thirty Trains. Last Sunday, from seven in morning trains passed through Hendersonville nvat t.ttm Rrmt.harn Thl Krp.tt.Ira all rri 1 1 T J I - now. l ne oriaa s sister rBiuwivBu nrevlous records of train movements on .... I that Mr. Walker was the best look in' man thar. but I dunuo as I can subscribe to that. the ft.. A S. division. house was just covered with folks. .xr t .n't mvited. bnt Never saw so many before m my ) j I . I t i. T-,-r,f i;v. life, seems like. Lum an nis nrme a of .ahree score and ten vears. i WCUl, IUOU IUO 0Ui ..v. . ...... I ... I i A " nf fha hill I 1! 1 t . 111 . . -rr - r T utjumi m l. i.iit. ihilluui vta vuw i miiawcu iruui a urubi auieu Bcoauu via 111 Henry Justice, lasted ixenry :- 1. w.:.. ,.hfl have not paid ho ni to-tha weddin'. and Q l" 'r "... " . - - -i ' . somp.wttrrt? ricrit. " " . .v:.-. T . 1 . - - - . i- . , . Frhol teT t COSLII exira at loooui .. -j . . Henrv.he shifted his weight to with all outdoors for a enure n," , K . KI. - - WhatVuplicspirited citizen wiUhW I . - - . , . W ! J Wil IV 4 tUAJ vl UWUe BUiVUUOU WJ I UM VV mj a I his other foot, and said: 4No, I they was jined togetner, an i saiu . Tlwl, ftf F,ftteher. was in abscriPuon list to buy th. land nee . . . - : &. ' ua t oin I r dunno but what that was better .. .. . ' ,r..J I essary? aillb aU Hi UOWUBICB KUUO x l (uiuug uisuua mio, wuj una cuw nu I town (LI1S WeeK, BSUU sajra - . . ... , .'j t. t fait after all than even in a cuuicu, from hg llta rwtd(.nc. te Ba - ... winnin,. to et readv for uwu,ul, u .ur,, :: tthatH.ury wMn'tthere. -yb.. tUtchapch, the ploe where, for many (heir spring work. irTid bTrep4 -Butit .e.aed Ler,body 1'Wtap th. ceremony wa. doe J6OT. Btoo and f.mu, bad beeo Tw0 comprlBwl oI tJZl " . ,j flniihed Rome one come to the accustomed to worrtlp- ,0onenieno(thetowoVhae been or- L" .rV:::"Kw rial door .n ca..ed out that dinner DHu.. - - , . . . u ,u. -uu:.--u practlce. No one killed yet. mi . is : ntta was teour. ou --""- 1 1 .u i u-( i i nervous. ine duuhw iaw uo. i - - I . . . 1 Al 1. 44The slope in front of Lum's A big government building for Hen makeits claims unapproichabie by any dersonvllle would help some! : other part of the state. Buncombe county sold 1540,000 worth There wiU from 50 'W children of bonds, last week, for 104, in Chicago. Ior tne orphanage. the w . . . ' ine average. -expenditure psr child i ; ; w riie tne posiomce uepsnureuii ,iu. to seven at night, thirty .t :,,5 wanripr. Wi" Bure1 ?l ie88 taan wu P yuu nau lien uimi ikiusi au i . tt , J I This mca from f 2i OrtO tv ?S nnn a year. Then there's the enormous expendi ture for buildings, laying off the sur rounding grounds, and a thousand other Work for the government building J details. Congressman Crawford is trying to get J he location of this great charitable for Hendersonville. ; I Institution in Henderson county would - i The Horse Shoe correspondent has a J benefit every citizen of the county.. There's abso- sonvllle. The police officers are thinking about giving up their jobs. lutely nothing doing. Death of Mr. Jesse A. Staton. At his home in Bine Ridge - township I l I -. L.'llil, t . - M w iu uuia wuuuvjr, vu wcivnu iusu., naa. w. i . . -i,.!...!..,-.. timely word about NONsense ia con- Here is something tangible, -'some- . . . uvwiuui ttuv uau aawivva iv vuw iiwm viu I I I.. . ... - I .U: jai. i.:t. i i s .a wJL I tributlons to tnis paper. 1 kxuj ueuuiw, wmua majr ue dk 11 bus wo-ranta ar heinir issued by the po- f proper effort is made. That orphanage is going to be located W. C Rector left on Sunday for Ral eigh to attend the' special sess ion of the Legislature. Mrs. B. F. Staggs is seriouely ill at her home. It is hardly probable sne will recover. j Neptune Buckner and -his brother Lee Miller, spent a short time with their parents here, last Frldav. Rev. Mr. Temple will have charge of the Presbyterian Orphanage at Balfour. Mr. Temrie will arrive next week with the children. There are quite a number of subscri bers to this paper who will ' not receive It moch longer unless fnll payment to date is made. '-. H. W. Allen, of Horse Shoe, has just returned from a trip to South Carolina Mr AllAn'a fmilv has bten in,-that State for the past 6 weeks and will re turn in a week or so. BORN To Mr. and Mrs. J. S. James a ten-pound boy, on Wednesday at(ll:45 Mother and child are both doinsf, well and Mr. James is receiving tne. con gratulations of his many friends. ft Mr. William Spence, of Balfour, was in town Saturday. Mr, Spence is one of the largest property owners oL Bal four. He came here from Virginls about four years ago, a severe sufferer from rheumatism, which this climate has materially benefitted. The firm of Pace-Ficker Co. isnow hath taken awav." a briefi funeral ser- UDl W UUOt " v . . I - at aa;. ;,w i?f- nrl .aid went in the house an the rest ot 1 , WM oondted. . rt. g. s. ones llUCBa WDUU1U aa aasgaa aaav I I , i mamKoi. na turned our faces homeward. I offioiatiug. And under the care of di 16 WaS a lOUg-WWloiuomiBao- 1 I occasion as the man remarked They ?do say , however, that the J rector j. M. Stepp, the casket was de- . .. , - finnirfl an' the best man, Mr.i'";-- orhon t.n mniB Kicseu uiui. 1 "i. .T ,.m wM married at. his own Walker, both expected to be in house, about a mile from townJvited to stay to ainner.au w m thft niar Creek road. He ngn imiruyu...Flmi.. 'a ntfh. mrriaf7e license on they wasn't asked. But I dunho uuuo v 0 I . - . x a- cw Mia- Jnno Morris about that as l dianu Retw ummuB ; , - . 1 , . , . I ... f Krtf. T nnt.iPfln and Mr. Sam King they eitner uu .... 1 j t. . Rebecka Lodge wiu oe organizeu ne 1 . . . . c.cuci.B.a iiaS a Holly Springs, on Tuesday night, at T Fridav nierht.A number from A8hevllle , , , - . - riiuaj mSu.a uu I o'clock. Th f nnflral oceured todav at - will be present, amongst them Dr. Mc . , . Braver and Mr . Jeanerette. Mrs. Chas. r Wklt.U. Iiaa Kaan nrfTH.nl n the I .". . - - . . a.,..aCa aa Maxwell was the son of A. L. Maxwell, ; 0a' " . I and hn.1 Kaati a nattantL infFariiw fni tha LOST -Four months' olt black hog, two arg He 3, eap f , J weight about-.7U ids, irom tne w ueeicr wwgm auuU , , and a most examplary young man. He 1 Hotel stables Reward if returned to J J s V. H. Justus, city, or will call and get was one 01 nine cnuaren, ana was me it if you will notify me. . I nephew of Mrs. L. E. Freeman and Mrs. The Wanteska Trust Co. have a sign S. A. Israel, of this city. over their banking house which reads: yt VW ,nJ "Headquarters for strangers, bureau M m . . , information. Walk In, We will handle " y. youi money and land, will go your bond, I It was the heart's desire of Zeb Van- will find what you want and get tt for I go's mother that he become a preacher, you." I That well-beloved son" of NortlT Oaro- t.. . ea?dt.hfl Southern Railway wUl Una approved not of his mother's sacrl- Instal an electric pump to force water flees that he might be educated to into their watering tank at the depot. preaail tne Word, and determined to re- J. M. Maxwell died at his home, at Messrs. T. c Garrett;' J. G. Justus Luther ward, 8am Jones, James ward and Gowan King, serving as pall' bear ers. ForJJale at Public Outcry I A fine residence on Park avenue, just riif. rf tnwn. laea than two mi tea from fia nn a real nice one. Lum they both looked kinder hungry Maln8treet. ..T paid for it mostly m coppers an' disappointed." The owner of the O. M. Guice place,. . , . VawT aav I laOOUD QID aMJtOS, UOBUIuui sraiauvu, aUU U I n ' l V""J J I T . VAC Then Lum, he went to Hunters AO alio ioap;i. - fine grove, splendid water, unequalled Henderson I situation, is going to Virginia, and to go county must sell and sell at once. To accomp- and got two bars of soap an a hair brush an' a comb and killed piea9e take notice, if you have not huh this, he has authorized the Wan- . . w 3 l A wwna I 1 ..1 J mil awAa fin tt Once. 1 t. l. m...n. lnmnanw a arlvarttoa a nn two CalCJtens sua saiu us airesu; pom jum ,iiieaa. husk wuh-v and the Law is ,. w .JT TT mAfe hlS -Wife I urj aio i ' - l Bell Same WJ me UlafUeSU utuuca av waaw plum ready. He. met ms wne oa thU uT. t and T ami , - m- about three weeks ago, an the 8 worn enforce it. J,. tl thit no- roouft house door, in Hendersonville, on . h.. tiH at 6 o'clock every tlce 1 will give before advertising per- Saturday. February 15th, 1908, together dog's been tied at 0 o clocK every wee . a aJJOW BHm househould and kitchen furniture night for the past two weeks. Her adTertised, yon may expeot to pay sufQCient for eight-room house. Sale to a ST I m -3 a. AmVaaWMat ITIA I name's Murray, Uosie Murray, the cost, t-ieaseuu uu. I - ... T7 Aonanf r 11 1 1 V about tnis mw3r. ioojrovvi.v C K t$ ROOKS Tax collector an'she's 18 years old.Lum says he's 23, and a real good-hearted man, too, whoee got lots of friends here: "Ynn know what a beautiful day it was? All the snow was n Tho ilrv was Without ft gValVl - " af cloud. boy, has retun ed from Pittsburg, Pa . j Flcker Bro f Claude Pace having ,'with and will open a (feaeru u.c.. store in the building formerly o cuied by t. P- Freem n at the i pot. .J. S. Crawford, who had bi leg cut off iee ntiy by a Southern train, is now able to be out and to walk with the aid o' a pair of crutches. Mr. Crawford says he has been most kindly treated by the people or Hendersonville. P. H. Israel, son of Mr. anl Mrs. W. E. Israel, died In Asheville, Saturday mrnlng, at the ae of 27 yeM. He was injured by a fall a few days pre vious. The funeral took place Sunday afternoon, interment being at.-. Alexan ' r r ,f." T.kl waraa & tQOSt eS- OerCoapi. air. iroa -. tlmable young man, and his untimely ... a 1 drawn. The new firm will maintain ine high reputation already established, and solleits .he patronage of thos who want strictly high-class groceries. jTbeir store is one '. of the most attractive In town. - j The oraraniiatlon of the Reecka Lodge will take" place in the Odd Fel low's HaU, opposite the court house, on Friday, and everyoue interested io, join ing should see Mrs. C. R. WhiUker or C. E. Brooks-between now and Friday night. r. ; Unclaimed Mail ..Mall for following people Is at the i rvnatnfflce. unclaimed: r , T3 Chas. Drake, Miner metier, . i n n L-a.i-vat nrnnn. The air was just that Mayhu.u. h. re.er, " - . Mattle Freeman, tmma nuw, clear you could almost seem to MurpQTt Bessie Stepp. Nannie Tucker, reach out ana ioucu i iuuwc, rnos. vaugua. even if it was seven miles away. commence at 11 a. m. and continue nntil all Is gone. 'Terms cash. - Purchaser can arrange to carry a part of the purchase price of real estate, if he desires. Remember that this property when put up, will go to the bidder. No py bidders. Every thihg straight goods An examination of this old picturesque, park-like homestead will excite your ad mit ation. See it and then be at the sale. " The Wanteska Trust Company. It cots now about 8 per day to pump fa and to work the water from mua ureeK u - .. mQXheP 8aid he, "I cannot be apparatus, it Is said, will cost about $40 mo . , , pep month, cornea jjapws- niw.w, -a . I trood enough man. -It is said a hear has been seen sev- . , - eral times near the reservoir. H. O. . weu.--iwpi Duffy.who has been doing som plumb- Methodist minuter, Mien. ing in a house out that way, describes "But I am not good enough to preach the bear as being, oh, so blgl And just to Methodists, either, I feel sure." so dreadfully fierce you wouldn't hardly "Be a Presbyterian, then," she ln- beileveit, so yon wouldn't, unless you gigted. saw him the bear not Mr. Duffy. - "No, I am not good enough for the ... . . . . TMerTtarians either, mother." Mascari, the Asheviile mu oeaier. . e h to -k. i..r.. tl nnn n h i itnra and waa I 10xmaj . . . ... TV UU BCB V " au u.a ... robbed of It all. should be a'horrible ex- become a Baptist preacher, or a Meth- FOR RENT Unfurnished, a sli'room Ce.Iiage UU a iia.aa.R " V . a 1w wrrl'a. Close to Main street. Apply ;o S. Maxwell, at Burckmyer Bros. r All the mountains wore their brightest blue, with here an' there a touch of white where the snow. high up on their peaks, still ling ered. As' the sun was just that warm and bright, an' the birds a- singin', an the wind softly whisp ering through them old pine trees on Joe Holbert's hill near Lum's place, that it made, me, feel real content with everybody, and l said to Jim, I said, 'twas a real solemn thing to get married, an he grunted an' said 'twas a good Just Received Sidewalks. Opposition to the proposed sldewal ks seems to be gradually fadl tg awy. The . . '.ntn m.ka. r.hlo TT111fh A fresh lot of celebrated Leslredlmpro e ner.t easy on Main street property owners. A certain well-known local contractor has offered to do the - . ,. , Work and Uke his pay in bonds. Cement ancT Grape Fruit: which Ualmostone.thlrdlower ow than it will be sold this week, be- wMgixmonth96goorp-bablj Wlfl be low Asheviile s prices. .lxmonth8 fromn0w, so it looks as ' . . ., urMVTT7 I though now were the accepted time to Spend Your Money at HOME maoontrlU5t. - h, 1 . . IDE ALr FRUIT and " Boy WoLiited VfiV CTaTlTl t .rta work J around bouse. Ariniv Hastier omce. . uw uuaua "frv a- . -.. . a Prvahyterian. Well, mv ; - OtUOfc, OI OIDU a . - ample to those who keep even a small anxiously, "there's nothing else sam of money ib the house. The banks to do then. You will have to become are the places, for savings: Absolute an Episcopalian. security and interest paid against loss OB -KlUlaWva aaa . " i . .. 4 - dl ..olomener thing for gir, ! A-h-VH- .Pp-- DJ- of Interest and no securltv. And it is strange hOwr quickly It becomes known that a certain man has a snm of money noarded in his house, where it becomes a constant temptation to the lawless. The water meters are here, 100 of 'em, and work of Installing them will begin soon. The consumers will have a long time In which to pay thei r share of the expense. Water will not be charged under the new system until about jone first. The idea seems to be more pop ular every day., as It becomes more generally understood by the people. " R.M. Oates will have the job of read- 'h" m-pr3 -W.aV'iwja'tla' h.U linn. And vet no advertising out! There are many requests for an "old maid's contest." The Hustler has the Governor's mes sage In foil. Nothing is too good for our readers when they pay up. r The City Skating R'nk is being well patronized. Over 50 skaters were on the floor last night. The new office building is rapidly nearing completion, and wQl certainly be a handsome edifice-when finished. Hendersonville will feel Its lack o. proper advertising next summer. The matter should be printed and sent out to different points by March flrst-not la'e. No: Mnr ys 'Tn 6 ,n,?- dtV t a aavw b'0V b'