THE FftENCff BROA.P HUSTLER, HEN PERSON VILLE, N. C, TANUARY t 1008
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Remember the dcte it ends
R.emember the place.
Hemember. we are selling
seasonable merchandise at and
under 50c on the dollar.
H. Pattersori Stock at tho Liberty Boll Store.
Bring yoir friends and neigh
bors to this, greatest purpchasing
opportunity of the oge.
If you don't come you will re
Experienced clerks to wait on
No such Crowds of humanity ever witm
Sale in this section. We coild ' hardly handle the crowds. T hey came, they went and they
came again, more cagor than before. For no such BARGAINS were ever offered as these that
are being distributed into the homes of the people of Hendersonville and surrounding country.
The remainder of this immense S35,000 stock of fine Clothing, Shoes Dry Goods. Etc.,
must be sold at any sacrif ice y Feb. 1st to satisfy the demands of the creditors. Price no object.
FPU H 1 IF!iPFlfPI7 rHI f next door to the R.ed Store is the place, and the only
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Genuine Bonafide Bankrupt sale in Hendersonville,
Jos- Ginsburg, Trustee
D. M. WELLS
Successor A. J. Newman
Nice line of groceries. Your patronage solicited. 0
Stock Foods at about half
price this week.
M. M. SHEPHERD
I will NOT sell at Cost
I WILL sell certain articles at cost and the
Floor samples of odd dressers and iron beds.
Rugs and all ingrain art squares very pretty
designs excellent material.
You can afford to buy now for next summer at
THOS. SHEPHER.D, Manager.
Opposite Hotel Gates.
Tomatoes . i3c can- 2 for 25c
Beans. 1 3C can 2 for 25
P. R. Ruby Beets No. 3 1 5c can
" 2 ..... ioc can
B. S. Sweet Peas iod can
B:S. Corn ioc can
L. V. Corn . ......... A ... -- .... 1 1 c can
Prince Royal Sweet Peas 12c can
Sugar, - - 17 pounds $1.00
Trade $25.00 wite us and get a 42 piece
Staton, Jones, Hill (BL Co.,
Opp. Court House
Boys clothing at a Bargain
- Stylish many little suits for manily little men.
Take a look at them and bring your boy in: Jor
a try-on and see how fine he'll look in one of
them. Every kind and form, well, the prices
are Real Bargains. -
JL O. WILLIAMS
-Hendersonville. N. C.
J.F. 2). yv"o. 3
Christmas ia past and we are glad of
it and rather sorry, loo- I guess oar
postman is especially glad of it, for we
certainly did give him plenty to do. On
some days before Chrietmaa be looked
like the laundry man out with his large
baskets delivering laundry. One day
he lieked stamps till dark and said be
wished the lickiosr was done by the
ones who send the letters.
Hut he would not let any of us know it
even is he did think it. He seemed to
be very thankful for all the nice remem
berances he received during Xmas, and
we do..t wonder at it as he recei ved so
many. Wonder how many other of the
carriers got as many nice things as-he
D. M. Orr is very busy- Just now mak
ing concrete boxes for the city water
We are glad to learn that Lewis Al
bac who has been quite sick is convales
cent. - -. - . . .
F. G. Toomer is aa expert in catching
rabbits. Saving caught eleven rabbits
and one ''possum" the past week in his
O. M. Drake is busily engaged just
now finishing up his new house.
P. U. Gibbs the miller is living a very
Btreuuous life just now. He runs all his
mills both night and day.
Miss Memminger will soon move into
her beautiful cottage that she bought
of Miss Hart.
John Salts of Pisgah Forest has moved
Id to the house vacated by D. C Orr.
A. W. Fullam will soon leave on an
extended visit to Atlanta and other
Southern points. v
Jobn ferry, Jr., has named his "new
R. T. Drake is erecting a new house
where his other one got burned.
Dade Wadden while removing some
trees in his front yard accidentally let
one fall on the light line of R. M. Oates
and broke a wire, the broken wire came
in contact with a phoue wire and burned
out a telephone that was all.
Charlie Jameson is building some cob
ble stone gate posts for F. O. Abbott.
Miss Annie Lee and Carrie Drake,
have gone to Charlotte for the winter.
The ciyil (engineers that have been
surveying the lake for Geo. .Stephens
and G.J. Lambeth have completed their
work and gone. Say did you all - know
down at town that we are going to baye
a large lake? It will be about two miles
long and about one mile wide in places,
we dont know what it means but are
hoping that it means a bigger thing to
this country than a lake. .Time will
teil by and by so we will wait.
W. A. Merrill has sold his farm to
Geo. Stephens and will soon take his
bed and walk to a new home. . Don't
know where It will be. We are very
orry to lose this nice family Irom
amon? us. ,
V. C. V. Shepherd has completed, his
new barn and has commenced to fatten
some cattle. The name of his farm is
the "Pinnacle Farm."
We are very sorry to learn of the se
rious illness of James H- Capps. , We
all like D. and hope , to see him out
W. B. Wilkie has moyed his family to
a farm near Woodruff, 8. C. He says
he Is going to rvlse cotton next year.
Lance and Tobie King have returned
FOR RENT Unfurnished, a six room
cottage on Fleming Ave.,oppostte Capt
Wofford'. Close to Main street. Apply
to S. Maxwell, at Burckmyer Bros.
FOR SALE Horse, good condition,
gentle, sound, will work anywhere.
4iight price. W. F. Dotson.
WANTED An. experienced young
lady to take charge of a dining room in
one of Asheville's family hotels. For
further information apply to L -' P.
Haas, Blue Ridge Inn.
WANTED we are in need of a few
honest sober hustling yonng men be
tween the age of 18 and 28 Must be sob
er and of good character. -Country boys
preferred. Salary or per cent. Address
Finch and Vance, Box 17T, Spartanburg
K. Allen, Dentist, will be absen
from his offices for a few weeks
watch this paper for his return
from Cocoa, - Fla. They say no more
Florida for them. They say the "ake
tera" just eat 'em raw. They said other
folks could go to Fla., for the winter but
they preferred the . cold to the"sketers. '
We are gratified at the bright, newsy
home production of the Hustler's make
up. If we desire our paper, to grow in
size and strength, even to the proportion
of a daily, we should exercise an inter
est in Its support and its matter, as a
medium of news, similar to that we see
manifested for the coming of the carrier
who brings it to us. When 1 say we, 1
mean the county correspondents and
readers of the paper. Let us baye the
news, the bits of news, the . best plans
and most conservative . thoughts ftom
every community. It may be that ''A
little nonsense now and then is relished
by the wisest men," but is it not true
that much nonsense all the time indi
cates a little mind and exposes its au
thor and its medium to ridicule?
The Davenport firm have lately pur
chased the T. L. Lytle 6tore house and
lot and under the supervision of con
ractor McCrary the house is receiving
general improvement, into which they
will move their large stock of goods,
and after removing and arranging their
warehouses and offices conveniently,
will remove the present building and
after further beautifving the surround
ing park, will convert the whole into a
commodious boarding bouse.
Dr. J. S. Hood has rented the Daven
port cottage and has done the graceful
act of adding to the circles of Horse
Shoe society a pretty and accomplished
wife, to whom he was happily . married
on New Year's Day. Congratulations
are extended with wishes for a loag and
happy stay among us.
Mrs. Henry W. Allen is on an ex
tended visit to Moores, S. C, her former
borne. And Henry, growing tired of
the consequent loneliness, resumes his
former spirit of wooing and goes to seek
Our friend A. M. Allen, of Boilston,
is quite sick at his home.
The esteemed wife of Eli Holden was
buried at Mills Ri ver Chapel on Tburs
day last. . - . ' '
It will soon be ready for occu-
Flat Rock News
Flat Rock is still- progressing, for P.
H. Walker is selling lots daily in East
Flat Rock, and every one that has
bought are expecting to Improve them
by residences and business houses.
It was a mistake about the boiler
dropping in at the Skyland Hosiery Mill,
it was only the steam ran too high that
frightened the watchman who alarmed
thetowr. Everything is moving along
Miss Charlotte Ycung spent Saturday
and Sunday in Asheyille.
Miss Charlotte Blythe, of Henderson
ville, has charge of the intermediate
grade in the . absence of Miss Leona
The play. "Over the Garden Wall,"
will be given at the Flat Rock School
Building on the evening of January 31st,
beginng at 8 o'clock. Admission 10
cents and 25 cents.
Miss Memminger is moving into her
new residence in "Little Egypt" pur
chased from. Mrs. A. J. Hart. Miss
Memminger has for the past seven years
occupied the residence of J. M. McCul
Grady Smith, of Greenville, S. C,
and Harley Lyda, of Penrose, N. C,
have re-entered school after spending
the holidays at home.
A having Accovint Opened
a.t The First National
and constantly followed up will make bid
age a -delight and over many a trouble,
Start an account to-day, 'A dollar or
more begins it.
F irst Hactiorval Bank
of Hendersonville. &
D. C. BARROW
H. B. LANE
The block system has been restored
at Balfour. ' It was recently taken out.
Messrs Crawford and Brown will be the
two operators for the present. About
the 16th of next month an additional
man will be put bn, making three ;t ricks
of 8 hours each. This is in compliance
with a new state law:
The Presbyterian Orphanage buill
ing - is now complete. The children
will be located in their new home next
week. They are now loeated near can
ton, Haywood county.
The new Baptist church Is now. being
The farmers here are beglcning to
to get bu?y.
Miss Carrie Freeman of Bat Cave, who
has been visiting the Misses Sue and
Nannie Sinclair, has returned home.
Prof Votey will preach at Bear Wal
low church on next Saturday and San
day. J- B. Sherrill and his brother, near
here, have sold their farm for a large
sum, it is said.
W. S. Freeman, of Bat Cave, was here
last week on business.
"Three of A. E. Huggins daughters
left Saturday with their sister Beatrice,
for Cincinnati, O., to spend the winter "
This is a mistake.' Beatrice is an
EDlscoDal ladv of Cincinnati. She is
not any relation to the children. A. E.
Huggins gave the lady his children to
be raised at the Bethany Home, Cin
cinnati. Be&r Wallow.
Wilkie Grant, who hasJee.n in the U.
3. Army for the past two years at South
port, is home on a furlough and is visi
ting his parent, Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
Ernest Oates left last week for Char
lotte where he has gone o spend the
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Myers, cf Madison
county are visiting relatives here.
G. w. Conner's saw mill and Handle
machinery is running en full time and
caa't fill orders as fast as received.
G. Oates goes this week to T7axhaw
N. 0., in the interest of a Knoxville
firm C. Oatfs
EDW. B. GOELET, M. D. :
Carolina State Bank
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A general banking business transacted.
Exchange bought and sold on all the leading commercial
centers of the world.
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Accounts of farmers, merchants and individuals solicited
upon favorable terms. We have ample funds to loan our
customers, and invite you to call on us.
4 per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits
No, 14 for Spartanburg 8:10 a. m.
No. 8 for Toxaway 4:30 p. m.
No. 10 for Spartanburg 5:40 p. m,
No. 7 for Asheville 10.15 a. m.
No. 9 for Asheville 1:25 p. m.
No; 13 for Asheville 6:40 p. m.
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Phone 86 Hendersonville, N. C.
We are prepared to do pAl kinds
of Printing, promtly and pro
perly. A full stock of envelopes and letter
heads, of many different grades always
on hand, in addition to a complete line
" v - nf ctatinnaru rards. P.tc' of everv de
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turn your money.
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Telephone Six. Main Street
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