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The Daily Hustler. Thursday. if G Creeniey ui Atwiiia ad the AVheeier. . ;- ames J. Chofee of Augusta, A. Edwards of Savannah is town. -, v M. Emory is in town from jrS A. Henderson is in the 'r from Greenwood, Miss, v I. A. Morgan, of Zirconia, is town. ) I J. Albright, of Sheboggen, :3 is in tne city. .0am Dorner, of Milwaukee, in the city. h C. Hodges, of Brownsville, is in the city. J. B. Honstein, of Morrisville, visiting Dr. Brown. J. G. Peden, of South Carolina, in the city. . . ' J. C. C. Black, of Augusta, si the Wheeler. William Marks is in town from ontgomery, Ala. Col. Bill Hewitt of the Gates lilesand smiles and says this a nrettv good town. There 110 guests a his hotel. The brass band will be at the 1 game tomorrow to lend ex- ement to the event. Ir- and Mrs. Drenis and son, inmett, of Charleston, and Mrs. sch, of Jacksonville, are the rivals at -the Cottage Hotel. Sam Hodges, jr., of the Wan ka Trust s .Banking Co., re ts many inquiries for real es e from his company. he Bible conference to be d in the Auditorium, next nth, will be attended by some he best known ministers oi Gospel in the South. To Miss Mays and Mr. "Dad" asks, two great enthusiasts ot lames, at the dates, we are e much credit for their assis- cein informing us of the ny social occasions. Dir. W. A. Chenoweth, jr.,: is tenng quite a number of iing ladies and , gentlemen at Meadows," the county Imeofhis parents, near Et- ah. Hon. A Cannon was in the city om Horse Shoe today, looking Ine the worse from the recent ects of politicals trenuosity." e is a democrat of the right kind d will yet be heard from "on ie hustings." he Lyric theater has a new aphophone, and will soon have piano to lend music to the ear. he Lyric is showing some fine ored pictures for the last few ys and the program is changed ily. St Paul's School, Edneyville, jill open on Monday, August 3rd, per the efficient charge of Mrs. pringer, who made, so many iends for herself and St. Paul's ring her residence there last ar. The plans for the new prchare now ready and the cessary funds are rapidly being ised. ' Mack Rhodes is complaining of sore foot he got at the ball pne. He made a hierh iumo a wild thorn Tuesday and ben he came to the ground the pes on a Cowpen boy's shoe pked him severely. He hesi- ted abaut playing yesterday, pt he could not resist the temp- ton. He said he didn't feel hen thpv wpw TYiftVinc 14 to Claude R. Allison and two ns of Marshal, spent yesterday Henderson ville on their return Jto a pleasant visit to Brevard. he only original Claude, an old PPloye of the Hustler, is now a ped assistant in the composing Partment of the daily. He is v"e :2:1s thirty pounds more. The showers of last night "were welcome. . L f V Dora Ledbetter, of Edneyville, who has been quite ' ill, is now recovering.. : ; J ohn Forest, also, carries a badly "swelled' finger, ) from ball playing. : ; L. P. Pittillo, . one of Fruitland Institute trustees, was in' town Yesterday, on business. F. G. Hart is shmniner nota- toes and cabbage By the car load these pretty days. , Miss I. Ashenbecck, and Mes srs. KonnKe and 1, (J. H. Claus- sen, aiioi .narleston, are stop ping at the Charleston Home. Late arrivals at the Morrow House are: Mrs. George Mid- dleton and two children an Mrs: Ned Middleton, Savannah, Ga. H. P. Bean, district passanger agent Southern Railway, station eer, at Atlanta, was in town yes terday, a guest of the Hotel Gates. , Arrangements have been made for Bob Laughter, of Edneyville, to go to Dr. Morse's Sanitorium, Chimney Rock, for a month or possibly longer. The big auction sale of real es tate advertised by Claude Brown for next Monday, will put some of the best real estate in town on 9 the market. William Wilson Houston, the celebrated baratonist of Clemson College, will appear in the con cert Tuesday nierht. July 28, at Hotel Gates. Rev. Sam Hillard, accompined by Mrs. Hillard, are visiting ' M. T. Justus.. Mr. Hillard. an old resident of Hendersonville, is now president of the. Wachovia Loan and Trust Co., of High Point. McD.Ray esq., ' and W L. Miller returned from the Sena- l torial convention at Rutherford ton 'yesterday afternoon. Mr. Rav and Mr. John C. Mills were nominated as senatorial . candi dates for this district by accla mation, Mr. Mills having pre viously been endorsed , by the democrats of Rutherford County and Mr. Ray by the democracy of Henderson. The district strongly democratic and both of them will be elected. Send in the news on a postal card, or call : phone 6. .. k The wheel was badly riddled and the boy was painfully scratch ed and bruised. - -V W. S. Gibson and family of Richmond are stopping at thev Gates." :.v' ' ' - l : ' .- . ; . Miss Collins has returned to the Summer home after a trip to Toxaway. Miss Martha Sullenger, one of the faciilty at Fruitland Institute is in the city. Clause Brown's auction of fine real estate next Monday is a sub- ject much discussed just now..- Friday. Thomas R. Reynolds of Ash eville is i n the city. Mrs. James B. Turner of At lanta, is in the city. Dr. Ross, of Horse Shoe, was' in Hendersonville Thursday. Claude M. Pace made a flying trip to Asheville yesterday. Misses Nelle Dodd and Sue Cannon visited Miss Juno Morris Thursday. E. S. Rudd of Greenville is. in city. H; C. peeples is in tpwn froih Atlanta John W. Carter of Danville, Va. is in town. J. S. Smathers, of Murphey is in, the city. W. F. Ferguson is in town from Spartanburg. ' D. M. Hodges is in town from Asheville. F. M. Spann of Sumpter, S.C. is in the city. ' Walter M. Jackson of Augusta arrived this morning, L. G. Magruder of Asheville is in town for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Perry xof Tampa are in town. You don't get tired of this weather, do you ? . - . Miss Neele Dodd, of Spartan burg, S. C, is visiting Miss Sue Cannon, at Horse Shoe. ' y The guests at the Gates' find much amusement in the dancing lessons given by Mrs. Wagner and Miss Mays. A gocd many of the old dancer take part in the dancing with the amateursy Miss Emma, and Mossie Hem- mger of Harnman, Tenn. who Tiava been visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. , A: Hutto on Spring Street leave tomorrow for Golumbia, S. C , in company with Mr. Hutto to spend a few days. Edith England, has returned to Brevard after visiting her sister Mrs. Hume Harris. ' QMiss ; Hennie Wnichard, ; iof Greenville, : N. C, is spending awhile with the Misses Waldrop at; their pleasant home on South Church Street. . Miss Whichard s the daughter of Editor 'Wich- ard, of the y Greenville Daily Reflector. He is very pleasantlv emembered by the writer who numbers personal 8:: r : Welfare 'of 6ir D The eposnors i The First National Bank never loses sight of the fact 1; that its growth can only be promoted through, the satis- jl him among his strong 6 faction of its depositors,and uses every means within our friends. ; , S power to gfive a perfect banking service. - ,; ' - :":- : - The- . ' - - : - 1 First- iatiorval B ank of Hendersonville. W. J. DAVIS, Pres. K. G. MORRIS. V. Pres. J. Mc. RHODES, Cashier Announeement, s I 1 C.BARROW President T. R. Barrows is again "living at home and boardins: at the same place,' in a nice new cot tage just completed on his f ami, m J J." i ireuumucK. wo mnes nortn of the city. ' . 1 uapt. w. 1. Kenneay is in town from Williton, S. C Capt. Kenney says he has been visiting, this place nearly every summer for. the last 21 years. He is here for the season. Willie D. Justus is visiting his old home near Bowmans Bluff. He returned recently irom a business tour through East Tenn essee, Virginia and West Virgin ia. . ' J. M. Barnett of Birmingham is in the 'city. Mrs. Julian S. Carr and her brother, Mr. Cannon, guests of the Battery Park, i Asheville, dined today with their sister, Mrs. Douglas, at Dr. C. Few's residence. The Hendersonville Horse Show association held a business meeting this afternoon, The Horse Show will be held about August 20th. Advertising mat ter is now being prepared. VV. ti. Justus says business is better this year than ever before more soda water especially being sold. Many other merchants in town report about tne same con ditions. Mrs. L. J. Burnette the accom modating propri tress of 'Clif ton" a delightful boarding house 39 South Fronch Broad Avenue Asheville, was in Hendersonville on business. Miss Vaida Johnson, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Williams at Horse Shoe, return ed to her home in Farmington, N. C, yesterday. Prof. James M. Justice, who has been somewhat indisposed for a few days past, is again able, to "sit up and take nourish ment." This morning a colored boy was riding a bicycle and ran into a buggy iii front of Gates Hotel. There is to be an "Old Time Singing" at the Flat Rock Ho siery Mills the 1st Sunday in Aug ust. : John A. Staton, of Bethel, N.-C- is a guest of Dr. and Mrs. Waldrop. He will remain about a week. The Hendersonville Horse Show, sometime about Aug. 20th, will be the banner week - of this little old town. Rev. and Mrs. R. N. Willcox have returned from Edneyville, where they spent, very pleasantly the fast ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald are guests of Mrs. W. H. Hawkins for a few days, enroute v from Knoxville to Savannah, their home. H. Wv Frye, who has been en gaged in the lumber business in the eastern part of this state, is visiting his wife, Mrs. Hattie Frye, at the Summer Home. Lyda, the West College Street meat dealer, says advertising in the Daily Hustler continues to bring, results. Just the story all advertisers can truly tell. As' it is the wish of the people of my section,' l ;hereby announce myself Democratic candidate for Constable of Edneyville Town- snip ana win appreciate your support. ' Dupe Rhymer. July 18, '08. .Business Directors: David C. Barrow. Q. C. SONNER Vice-President Q. 0. Son'ner H. B. Lane. H. B. LA N Cashier W. C. Robertson S. D. Staton t t Caroling State Bank .. ; ; SALUDA. N. C. , v. , V A general banking business transacted. V y Exchange bought and sold on all the leading commercia centers of the world. unts of farmers, merchants and individuals solicited 11 . ' TTT ' f . ' pu v raDJe terms, we nave ample tunds to; loan our custo is, and invite vou to call on us. 4 per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits S6e Mew V E amu& IE The Wanteska Trust and Banking Co. is now open for deposits. Let us have some of your business. . Every courtesy will be extended you consistent with sound banking. Investigate our Life and Fire Insurance De partments, and let us write your insurance. - TRUST AND BANKING GO. M TES tt W. A. SMITH, President P. F. PAT I ON, Seev-Tieas. CLOSING OUT Biringers FOR SALE At bargain, A good double seat surrey and harness both almost new, s also a good piano and side board. A. M. Gover. s-h r : n tt u rush ed otone loraii pur poses. Balfour Quarry Co., Bal four, N. C, and Asheville, N, C. For Sale or Exchange for Town Property An 8 room house situated 1-2 mile from town limits on main Flat Rock road, 1 3-8 acres, high lot, plenty of shade, good garden, 2-room servants house and stable. Henry Twyford, Attorney at Law, Hendersonville, N. C. Our entire line of Columbus, McFarland, warranted Bug- WANTED-Boarders at Stony ies and Surreys. Now is your opportunity to secure prices rpst On mite f mm tow less than you can buy anywhere. beautiful location, large rooms The Chase-Hackley Pianos, over twice as many sold in Rates on application. North Carolina than any other make, which is conclusive . proof the best Piano for the money. Sold on monthly in- IV'I ivi . w I iitrnn I ' "LO- - stallments, at Wilson's Department Store. Private Board-Large, well Groceries and Canned Good under price at Wilson's ventilated rooms, one block from best home packed full weight Tomatoes this weelr 8c can. postoffice. v Modern conveniences Do you know lhat you can buy at Wilson's new and up desirable location. No consump- to date Dress Goods, White Goods, Ladies Skirts and Waists, ives taken. Address Morr6w Mens and Boys Readymade Clothing, Schloss and other house. Box 216. makes at less price, our buyer in the markets late and se LOST Julv 18. On Flat Rock cured much greater values than possible to set earlv in Road Between two-mile Branch the season. and the Post Office, Henderson ville, a man's Leapon hat initial W. H. A. made by Smith Gray and Co. . Return to1 Hustler office receive reward. iv st A -r i a ii f UK SALiH. A saw mm, com plete, with boiler and engine. Apply to P. F. Patton, Wanteska TrustCo. Comfortable furnished cottages for rent by month or season, Reasonable prices. Table board if desired. Ransier Place, Hen dersonville, N. C. I have 2000 .bushels of charcoal for sale at 10c bu. delivered, at 8c bu. undelivered. E. ALLENv Hendersonville. R 1 For Service at Hidaway Farm A high grade registered Jersey Bull fee $2.50 Also one for Sale. ' Board at Club Houss, Ransier Place, $5, $6 and $7 per week. Mineral springs, finest scenery in North Carolina. New ooms, clean. Plenty to eat Come and see or write the Misses Stead man, Ransier Place, Henderson ville, N.C. ; FOR SALE ' - ; Two acres and a 4 room house close to New lake. Adjacent to John Orr's extension, have been offered 10 per cent rental but I want to sell. ' Price $500. - Henry Twyford. . Atty. at Law . Hendersonville N. C. BOARDERS wanted st Kan natoga inn near Hickory Nut Gap , beautiful views, Altitude 2650ft i new house newly furnished rooms Daily mail, telephone to Asheville f ana nenaersonviue, ' uisiance:TO Biltimore 13 miles, Henderson ville 15 miles. Good Board. Ad dress. M. 1. Wall, v Gerton, N. C. vvv lluuvi tJ D E P A R T M ENT STORE How about that fishing tackle? WARDS' III CO. For Dry Goods of superior quality and bottom prices, For Fine Clothing for Man and Boy, For Summer Novelties in Wash Fabrics and Notions of any sort, For fair treatment and polite attention at all times, go to see H. REDWOOD & CO., Asheville,-N. C One Price to all 7 and 9 Patton Ave. The HUSTLER PRINT SHOP Calling Wedding Invitations Fine Stationery Booklets Catalogs Binding. A Modern Printing Office.