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J ! American 5 Lady 3.00 American - 5 Gentleman f 3.50 : 5 .1 i i f Vassar 2.50 5 3 Co) r s- 5 Houcshold 1 .75 i at M. M; SEiEPHERDS ' . iaoe At innie. The Citizen takes pleasure in announcing the marriage ; at Henderson ville yesterday after noon of Mr. William 0. Boger, an attache of its business office, to ; Miss Alleen Tunstall, ;the attrac tive daughter of Mrs. R. F.ClineT ; 0f 11 Flint street ; . The marriage was romantic, and, although not opposed by, the 'bride's mother, she was not in ! formed of it until after its occur rence, and so unexpected J was it that the many young-friends of the couple were gaily excited last evening and speculated on the particulars of what they termed a runaway match. Mr. and Mrs. Boger returned on the night train and went' to the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Allen Kindel. Mr. Boger had been very atten tive to Miss Tunstall for some time, but no suspicion of the im pending event: was ' entertained yesterday, although it was known to Mrs. Cline and others that Miss Tunstall was going-to Hen derson ville on the afternoon train with; friends. The secret was well kept. - ' ' ' r. Mr. Kindel, who is circulation. manaerer of thf CAtiw-n ' Vtarl i r a r ' ( AAVVA icharge of bart of the arrange ments, he going to Henderson ville in the morning to secure the license and a minister. Miss TunstalPwas accompanied -by Mrs:. Kindel, Mr. Boger's sister, and Miss Corrie Chambers,' an intimate friend of the bride-to-be took. the afternoon - train, which also carried, by coincidence, .ftr.. BogerArrived-inf HJenderson ville, everything was " found ready forTthe marriage; and; it was solemnized- by Rev.' Mr. Moore, pastor of tne First" Meth odist church. A message was then sent informing Mrs; Cline FLOWERING BULBS EUAUTIFUL ocu. - :.uiu uie puny returned on the n-ht train. 1 Mb. Boger is an attractive young;woman-; Whose ability as a pianist is recognized. Mr." Boger is a young riibn 4 of talent with many friends here, formerly a resident : of Nashville Tenn. , where his parents-reside. : Mr. Boger came to the Citizen about a year ago and was recent ly appointed bookkeeper, on the resignation of Mr. L.M. McNair. Citizen, Nov. 2.'. .' '-'"'r A mSWBOOK BT A FAMOUS ACTHOE, Mrs. Maiy J. , Xinc6to, auttior of the famous Boston Cook - Book, V : has fust written another. I book of recipes, -the "Pure Food Cook Book." It is interest lug to note that, in a number tof recipes Mrs. Lincoln has recommended the use 4Uegetble - oil -cooking faC called COTTQLENE. Lard,, being made from nog fat is often impure and always indi gestible. It is claimed for COTTOLENE, howsver, thAt it can be used in every way that lard is, that it makes light, rich, delicious pastry which can be - digested wiUi ease by the most delicate stomach, and that it is also" more economical than Jrd pne-third less being required. ' Phone 175 r -P.O. Box 367 . : C. H." Hamilton . Manager ' - On. Church st., rear of Court House". i ' : Heavy Haiilin : - v Wood ilis ee us if you have rany hauling to be done, or if you need any wood for the winter. ' : f , : . ist no Fresh Malaga Grapes : Florida Oranges and Grape Fruit. . . - - v Fresfi Candies of every des- ITull line bfCigars and Smoking Tobacco ; . , ' .... . ; ; . pree Delivery at the IDEAL Fruit and Candy Store Miss Nettie LeGrande, Prop. . TUT R1 vu Pfji'vQry :--flmiig:3ttd Dyeing Realizing the demand for an up-to-date TMloririg Dyeing and Cleaning establishment in Hendersonville, we have fitted up, at a big -expense, rooms in the Toms Rock building between the lue Kidge Inn and Uates notei, ana are now prepared to turn out hrst-class f e male Men's Suits and Overcoats to order Fit, Quality and Price Guaranteed ' r W-o ovo nri- to ta French Drv Cleaningi Uyemg, Pressing and Altering for genUemen, ladies' and children's garments. xThere is no garment too souea ror ub iv and make like new, nor fabric .too fine for us to clea press : ' ; ' ' ' ; : . "' We are' ma position to thoroughly clean Kid Gloves, Neckwear, Silks, Pluhes and Curtains, no matter now nne. auu vuou,, CLFANING HATS of all ki In our dyeing department we use only the best of dyes, and to fade norrab off. Our prices you will find consistent and reasonable. All we ask .s ' ""You will find that our thorough, high-cla SSLTv the long run cheaper than the half-way jobs miJi k Give us a trial, you will -rind we do . good quick J lp oniy employed Slivered. If you want a quick job we can give it to you. fcxpenencea neip h j has A SPECIAL OUR PHONE IS NO. 1 93-2 Tailoring, and. iffh-Clai French Gleaning and Dye Works H Between Blue Ridge jjnn and . j We have just received a nice lote of Dutch Flower . r Bulbs. Well selected and ; -assorted colors of the fol- -;ing: . - . . , .Hyacinths Double and "Single ' Chinese Sacred Lillies : Freesia Narcissus Tulips '- J T Crocus . Jorujuills . - Prices Reduced. .. ' Call and' See them HUNTER'S, r PHARMACY. ;' v , - - v Near the Postbffice. , : !- r-n ma - a , . 1? V, for fit ilmii : WANTED At once, to; eni-1 ploy "a jreliable whi te j womaii :V to do general"; Housework inv snjall .family. One who: will bo;treated as one of the family. -: - 2t. 'm"'':- -C.T..Hallman. " rY;"V , Ul V - . WANTED A Tenant for 'a farm two miles from the rcod.rt house. Appljr at .Hustler , office. Printing, stationery,' school supplies, ink, blank books, tab lets, fine and'medium box paper, at the: Hustler Print Shop.V 500 good quality; note heads and 500 envelopes, handsomely printed, for one dollar each. Hustler Print Shop, phone six. -OLD PAPERS Old- papers for sale at this office."; Ten cents per hundred. - '-.- ''''. '- i'-- I, J. Z. S troupe after . being solicited by numerous friends to run for constable of Clear Creek township do hereby declare' my self an independent candidate for said office. - ''C-, I FOR RENT Six rooms, desi rable location. 33 South Main street. o-22-3t-p Glazener . cuts the price and sells the shoes. - New Boarding House at Colum bia Park. New house, new fur niture, beautiful situation. Speci al rates to parties for the winter. Five minutes walk from "Court House. . Address Mrs. J. F. Russell. 08-4t. . . Some really desirable box writ ing paper for only seven cents per box. Regular price 10 cents. Hustler Print Shop, phone six. ; Your price is ours; if you want ar buggy or surry see Claude Brown- WANTED Home-made pre serves.? Apply , A. A. . Gates, proprietor Hotel Gates. ' , Glazener cuts the price '"and sells the goods.-- : Dry goods, clothing, shoes,,, hats,, ladies,' coats' and coat; , 3Uits, outfitter from head to foot. ) 1 .-' : (? case Quartered oak. bevel nlate sTasq ?4 T -Is V ; inches nd 26 x 32. inches, serpentine swell - - . ) iront. ; a very beautitul piece of furniture.-' s : - Washstands ; , to : match. They :- are y - worth $6.50. V ; f M. - ?M: S H E P :H-E.R-i . w inuo. onLrnLRU, Manager. .Tf V Beds, Spring,. Mattresses and Furniture of allldndW Only 12 of them left. .f'-Fo'r- -A.. '-Five .'-Dollar".'- ,E:1 xi - jEIectipn5 Now Over" . -, So you; can devote your entire" time for bargains at x 5;onBlparfment StoTQ.: ' You. wjlKfihd it easier anda greit'deal safer to choose your good !;?thij -Store; where only good quality is; admitted, than at a place where ydu ire con. -fronted with all grades cheap trash. You don't need to be an expert in f 'Lrica ' - - is very different from the new fashion iMat.es an A th n1Va oo ccA : We have some goods to give away i ; Handkerchiefs, lo, 2c and Sc. Hosiery, 3c and 6c, half price. ' 5c ribbon, lc per yard, r Plaids, 4c and 5c per yard. Sheet ing; 4c and 5c. . Cheviot, 8c andr10c Suspenders, 5c, former price 15c Sua- ; penders, lOc, . former- price - 25c. Roasted Coffee 10c and 12Ac Granulated -Sugar, 18 lbs. for $1.00. Winsome T6ilet Soap, lc per cake. 5c Toilet Soap? 3c' per cake. 5o Laundry Soap, 2c per cake. 5c Baking PowdersL 2e- pr-tox.10c pkge. Starch, 5c per pkge. Gold Dust, '2c. - . : .. .. ,; . r . - VIESON'S 1 -urinust KNOW where to buy your Shioelkadfp; W- buy them at that place; We carry a complete lmef 5? ; of Men's, Women's and Children's f f )r Which' are bought from the most reputable manufacturers; ' W . (il houses who cannot afford to put out any but 'the best :(! grades. J : . .... ;. .i - vw;r-- -pwH- iiy Three Special Reasons Why you should buy v your ?shofh Yy from us : First : We handle shoes that have Been 'lTfiA' - :.: !f ED and TRIED. Second:. Our shoes are made by mau-y U facturers who are able and willing to make the best of W iff Shoes and DO IT.;, Third: The shoes we handle have (i? ) more Style, Fit, Comfort and Quality in them .than you jj ill find elsewhere. ' - ; ..f ' vl - Superb Line of Clothing - - Biltrite and Steadfast Shoes V T Hendeksonville, - . - t - North CarbunA& .1 1 . FOR SALE-Two six-months, old horse mules. One a bay, the other mouse color. Well matched in size. Sound in every' way. Will sell at a bargain if taken at once. -T. S. Gash' Horse Shoe, N. C , R. F. D. 2. o-22-3t-p One thousand mens' and boys sample hats one-half price at Glazener's. ; . , NOTICE : Notice to Creditors of the. Estate of Mrs. Kate Gale.. ; . Creditors will take - notice that they are required to present their claims to the undersigned by the ; first day of November, 1909, .for payment, or this notice will be plead in bar of their re covery. All parties owing the Estate are, required, to come forth and settle. -,, Wanteska Trust and Banking Co. - ""' ' r ; " - "Administrator. Special Rates at Hotel Gates for the winter, to table boarders, also by the . month. Room and board. Apply to office at Hotel Gates. : A. A. Gates, Propr, rm m,. .., .v A Side Viev Of this book and stationery busirfevs'is1?our'- in- , ; sisterice on your satisfaction before we consider ' a transaction concluded. If by any possible chanco ; . v you have cause, for complaint ' come- and $ telP u f 1 about it; We are very gratef ulto our many friends - - - - $ l wh0, tell others;about the quality and low prices ' ? , . of ouf.?r- T ' BOQKS and STATIOIIY We shall be equally grateful if -you tell us c any defect in our books and stationary- tsrvica ; in order that we may remedy.it. CHAS. C. PJLESS, BOOK STOHE Phone 86 Hendersonville, N. C fc I immhii miimii iiMllll I ml- s f " rM I, I, ..j I j.i.u.iim.ii iiuiiw hi win " ; - ..-: '--v!vr Begiw to set dully at night doem't h? Won't te long till there's Crort, and not mack " lonunul there. HQWS THE ROOF? Su it la A. winter through without costing more for repair than" would, buy a new Cortright ShinffW Roof that never needs repajn as long as tWe building lasts? If not. let tts examine ir and "quote prices. you'll never regret it. for Cortright Shingles snake everybody happy. : ---ELY BiLOS 'A 1J i r 3 5 u 1" i. 1; i II 1 5 n - C -t ? 7 1 1 ll 1 S -51 II; Hendersonville, N. C H. PATTERSON J -7"