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I 1 i-iJ-n t trnR SALE , and FOR REN KEPAIRING A SPECIALTY Special rates by the month. vow is the time tohave your whee Sred for the summer , before the repi We are agents for the best wheel fie The Racycle. . , . , Have a coaster brake built to your heel and ret while you ride. All sup !liU kept in stock. R.ogers Bros Main St. Opp. Court House . Henderson ville, , North Carolina. W. C. JORDAN Land Surveying. , Route 5,Box 5. Hendersonville, North Carolina. BURCKMYER BROS. Complete line of STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES Your Larder Supplied with the Best the Market affords. Hendersonville, North Carolina. C. T. HALLMAN Architect Contractor and Builder Hendersonville, ' North Carolina. DR. L. H: SNIDER Vetering Surgeon Hendersonville, N. C. ' J. M. STEPP Saves you money on Sewing Machines and Organs. Selling be low cost. BARGAINS IN FURNITURE NOTICE. At the request of many friends I announce myself a candidate for the State senate, 33rd Senatoria District, subject to the Democrat ic primaries to be held on J uly 11th A. Cannon. UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 1780-1907 Head of the State's Educational 4 System. DEPARTMENTS. College, Engineering. Graduate, Law, Medicine, Pharmacy. Libtary contains 48, 000 vol urnes. New water works, elec trie lights, central heating sys tem. New dormitories, gym nasium, Y. M. C. A., building library. - 790 Students 92 in Faculty. The fall term begins Sept. 7, 1908 Address FRANCIS P. VENABLE, Pres. Chapel Hill, N. C. Thousands Suffer with Eye Troubles Who Attribute the Cause to Some thing Else: Headaches Nervousness Stomach Trocbles Itching Eyelids Floating Spots before the Eyes. All the above are recognizedQby medical experts as being caused directly by defects of the eye. We have had a wide experi ence in overcoming these trou hlues with glasses. Hundreds in our city and .vicinity will testify to our ability to do so. W. H. HAWKINS & SON Hendersonville, N. C. J. M. WALDROP & SON. Renting and General Insurance. Hendersonville, North Carolina. Sh Ifrcncb BroaD Tbustlcr M U SHIPMAN.. T. R. BARROWS, ' J . . ; . Edltoi Associate Editor HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. Eiutred at the Postoffi.ce at Hendersonvult V.C.. aa mail matter ol the second class. Boost ! Don't knocks i' Get ready for the Horse Show. It is coming soon. . ' ' Are these nights and mornings cool enough for you ? The baseball fans are getting impatient. When will the next game be "pulled off?" The negro vote in he doubtful states of the north and west is reported to be largely for Mr. Bryan. Why not make his elec tion unanimous ? Those who Shave reached, the conclusion that North Carolina democrats are not united in the support of party nominees, state and national, have another 'think" coming. The iiendersonville band is now well organised, with F. S. Thomas captain. This organiza tion is composed of competent musicians who will be glad to 'accept service" at anytime. v Itjis contrary to the established policy of this paper to furnish free advertising for- any par ticular individual, trade, or pro fession, and we reserve the right to revise all matter that may be "handed in" to meet this con dition. North Carolina republicans may whistle to keep up courage, like a young fellow traveling in the dark does, . sometimes, to frighten the goblins away. That is a privilege they may enjoy, but time spent in a pretended effort to elect their -ticket, or carry the State for Taft will be jdstthat much energy wasted. The people of this good State have tried two , radical adminis trations to their sorrow and are not apt to take chances on another one. There is no longer any excuse for a kick about "protruding" branches of shade trees, and the ladies may now wear their sun bonnets on Jthe streets with abso lute safety. A friendly kick has the desired effect sometimes. "Tolling" is often better than driving." All things considered our city fathers are obliging and enterprising. Another thing needed is immediate attention to street crossings where they come in contact with the sidewalks. Dainty skirts should and must be protected. "Cleanliness is next to godliness," you know, and a hint to the wise is sufficient Norman E. Mack, of Buffalo, New York, who has been selected as Chairman of the National Democratic Executive Com mittee, will conduct the campaign from Chicago and New York City. Mr. Bryan expresses him self as being entirely pleased with the choice of the committee and says Mr. Mack has long been his personal and political friend. . All factions of the party in New York State are united in support of the Buffalo leader and a vigorous effort will be made, to carry the Empir6 State for Bryan and Kern. The election of Mr. Mack as chairman is recognition of the 'Eastern democracy and 7will bring much strength to the ticket. v Will some one stand up and tell us where John Grant is these days ? x W- T. Crawford would like to meet the gentleman. The individual who puts self above every other' consideration isn't worth much to the com munity in which he exists. Ever think about that ? . - - What is being- done to bring that- big Methodist Chautauqua here? Can it be possible that definite action has not yet been taken by the proper authorities ? Who knows ? Mr. John W.;Kern, the Demo cratic candidate for vice-presi dent, will make some speeches r v - m JNortn (Jaroima during the campaign. Hesis considered a strong debater and what he says is going 'to have weight , with thinking people. A Even Mr. Taft admits that the republicans must fight to win this year. He pays a high trib ute to Mr. Bryan, saying that he is an able and effective leader. There is not a democrat in the country" bom republicans fear more than they do William Jen nings Bryan. Judge Parker and other party leaders say they will take the stump for Bryan and Kern; Craig hasalready been making speeches for the State ticket; there are no differences ix be reconciled among democrats in the tenth district, and "harmony" seems to be the slogan every where this year. Some months ago the State Supreme Court decided that poll tax could no exceed two dollars. Since1 that time doubt has arisen in the minds "of interested au thorities whether this decision applies to special taxes for schools. In order to test the matter, an "agreed case is to be sent up from Guilford county, the progress of which will be watched with interest. The republicans are still "cast ing about" for a candidate for governor. There is talk of Prof. J. J. Britt, of Asheville; John W. Fries, Winston; J. Elwood Cox, High Point; Dr. Cyrus W. Thompson, of Onslow county, and one or two others. . ' 'How some ver" W. W. Kitchin will "put the fixin" on whoever the opposition names. That's a set tled fact. The Daily Hustler has been the recipient of many complimentary remarks, since yesterday, for the enterprise exhibited . in printing Secretary Taft's speech of ac ceptance on the afternoon of the same day it was delivered to the notification committee. It was not necessary to wait for aji out-of-town paper to ascertain what Mr. Taft had to say. See ? A majority of the voters of Hendersonville put themselves on record in favor of the issue of the improvement bonds and their will should serve as a conclusion of the. matter. Nearly all the abutting property owners have withdrawn their opposition and it really looks like the opposition should submit to an expressed will of the people. A contest can serve only to delay the com pletion of the , splendid: walks, the finished portion of which has proven so satisfactoryvto nearly everybody in general end the! visitors in particular. Let s have peace and the new pavements, . Candidate Taft labored hard in his speech of acceptance" to make peace with ;. organized and un organized labpr. However, he is running on a platform thatf ailed to recognize this clasps of voters in any way. ' The annual conference of county superintendents will be held in Morehead City, August' 27-28, an&indications point to a large attendance.. Henderson ville should send a: pressing in vitation for this me.etingv next year. It would be an inspiration to have these leaders of- educa tional thought with" US' a few days and we ought to "land them" without much difficulty. Last year's convention was held at Montreat, near Black Moun tain, this time on the coast. Next year it should return to the mountains and locate in Hender sonville. The Benefit at Laurel Park Casino. The hospital benefit at Laurel Park Casino, next Thursday and Friday nights, will be one of the social functions of the season. The leaders !of the social set here have taken hold of this charitable enterprise and a good ly sum will be realized for a most admirable purpose the proposed Hendersonville hospital. They are fortunate in -one respect, in that the attractions at the Casino this week, the ex tremely clever Bullock family, will afford the" hundreds who will attend for sweet charity's sake, a really remarkable enter tainment. There are four of the Bullocks ably supported by a good com pany, and one would N needs go far indeed to hear prettier songs better sung or more pleasing specialties, than this excellent company is offering the amuse ment loving public of Henderson ville. Speaking from personal knowledge we have paid five times the admission charged at the Casino and have been re warded with much inferior en tertainment. The two youngerchildren are clever to a degree, and that sweet and attractive you feel you just must pick them up and hug and kiss them, as Mrs. William Hewitt very aptly put it, and the other members of the company are excellent. The black-face comedian, a boy of only 13, will be heard from in the future he is good. The Casino, situated over the lake, always cool and delightful, within two steps of the end of the car line, with good seating capacity, modern scenery and electrical effects, excellent moving pictures at each per formance, should be and is being well patronized. It's a delightful ride on the car line and a Dretty picture when you alight. The scores of differ- ent colored electric buios, re flected again and again from the placid waters of Rainbow Lake, whose murmer mingles musically with the laughter and talk and music from the theatre, the elec tric launch, the rowboats, the well-dressed crowds, all makes a picture which remains long in the memory. 1 .Chas. E. Hicks is sparing no expense in his management of the Park. He has spent money there, and in the Bullock family has a strictly high-class attrac tion, worthy of good patronage. Remember the date, Thursday land Friday, and its for the bene fit of sweet chanty. This morning about 4 o'clock three cars to a freight train were derailed near Tryon, and the pnra n'vprtiirniarl Vip vaIIav below- No one " was hurt but traffic was delayed a few hours. Hospital V MOTH 1 ,J-iA Do you kn6w what it means? It means lhat CORT RIGHT SHINGLES last as long as the building itself, and never need repairs never need attention . of any kind, in fact, except aa occasional coat of paint. They're fireproof, stormproof and inexpensive. They make roofs that everybody likes, consequently a lot of poocirriitations are being placed on the mar ket by unscrupulous manufacturers, who are trying to trade on the CORTRIGHT reputation. be sure to get the genuine. 1 Youre Looking .We know you are for just such a laundry as the Hendersonville laundry thac will give you com plete satisfaction at -all times. We laundry your colored shirts in a manner thatreturns them to you looking as fresh as if . new, i 1 1 we also laundry your collars, cuffs, and linnen shirts so that they will keetiff on l;he warm est days. We also do your house laundry on short notice. We are prepared to take care of all the laundry in this section with our improved machinery. x LAUNDRY, ICE & FUEL CO. Chas. R. WHitaker Prop. - Administratrix Notice. : Having qualified as adminis tratrix on the estate M. L. Case, deceased, late of Henderson county, N. C. This is to notify all persons having claims against said under signed, F. L. Case, on or before the 27th, day of July, 1909, on this notice will be plead in bar of f heir recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make immediate settlement. This July 27, 1908. F. L. Case Administratrix of M. L. Case Social Events at The Gates. Mr. Wilson fulfilled " his en gagement at the Gates Hotel yes terday evening, assisted by the orchestra, i The following pro gram was rendered: 1. Voice. a. Lullaby Green Jb. If I Were a Rose-Hessellery ic. Goodbye ' Fosti 2. , Orchestra La Boheme : Puccini 3. ' Voice. a. Drink to Only Otd Eng lish. b. Rolling Down to Rio-Ger-maik i c. The Resary , Nevin 4. Orchestra Semeramide Rossini 5. Voice a. In the Dark, in the Dew- Coombs b. The Quest Smith ,6. Orchestra , La Tavorita Donizetti - 7. Voice ' - a. For all Eternity-Macheroni b. The1 Two Grenadiers Schumann. On account of the exceeding inclemency of the weather, the audience was small, but most appreciative. Mr. Wilson has a fine voice, and his repertoire is extensive. " Saturdaymorning there will be a large progressive bridge party at the Gates. Only ladies play ing. " - " A large attendance is expected at the dance tonight. ' S4 Guthmaii, of Macon, Gn., ' arrived today. , E i IT Tterefore buy here, and you'll . ARE YOU BURNING? Are your arms, face and hands burning up with torturing, disfiguring Eczema ? Is your face disfigured with blotches, blackheads or pimples until you feel ashamed to appear in public? There is just one thing for you to' do that will certainly relive such sting-, ing, smarting, itching eruptions. Get a box of ECZEMA OINTMENT. This cooling, soothing, curative naive stops all itching and inflammation and cures Eczema. It frives speedy refcef in all cases of skin diseases, has a pleasant aromatic smell, and can be applied to any part 01 mo uuuy effectivelylthan any otherointment that we sell. It iJsimply spread on thin cotton or linen andapplied to the affected parts. We guarantee Rexall Eczema Ointment to Cure the worst cases of skin diseases or we promptly refund your mpney. 50c per box. The Justus Pharmacy Fine Investment:. A few shares of preferred, non assessable stock in a desirable cor poration may be had by unobject ionable parties looking for good investment. Eight per cent, divi dend, guaranteed. Address care Daily Hustler. From Mountain to Ocean V The fifth annual excursion to Charleston will leave here 9 o'lock Wednesday morning Aug. 5th. the rate will be only $4.00 for the round trip. 20,000 Telcppii Operators ft Young Men prepare your selves for good Positions. On account of the new 8-hour law passed by congress in the interest of telegraphers, and also oh account of so many new rail- roads being, built and old lines extended, an unusual demand for operators has been created. Con servative estimates have placed the number of additional Oper ators that will be required during the next ten months at approxi mately 20,000. " Young en Now Is Your Op portunity! Enroll in our School now and in- only four to six months we will have you qualified for splendid positions. Jelegraph Operators receive from $5.00 up wards. Our - school has been es tablished twenty years; jts equip ment Is perfect; instruction thor ough and practical; positions posi tively guaranteed our graduates. Board in Newnan is very cheap; the town is healthful and the people are cordial. Two Main Line Railroad Wires run into our Schoo rooms. No other school in the United States has such up-to-date and practical facilities for the benefit of its students. Write at -once for free, descriptive liter ture. - ' Southern School Telegraphy, Newrian, Georgia. L J. T. Bisson, of Zirconia, is in town. - R. W. Bryant, of Asheville, is in the city. - - sir Need f t. 'a . i 5i Us I. i 1 i . ) " V f . TW ... . t,f "7"