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I, I American Am en can Lady 3.00 Gentleman 3.50 1 1 If ! Vassar 2.50 Household 1.75 v at M M. SHEPHERDS Printing, The Mustier oflwe A SODDEN SHOCK. W. D. Rhymer's Bam Destroyed By fire. W. D. Rhymer's barn, with all its contents, including one cow- Was totally destroyed by fire on last Thursday about two o'clock in the afternoon. There were 260 bushels of good corn, some short corn, six tons of hay, tops, fodder, two cultivators, corn planter, etc., destroyed. iThe cow belonged to Pink Barn well. The loss is probably near a thousand dollars with.no in surance. The origin of the fire Is a complete mystery. Mr. Rhymer was working near the barn when the blaze was dis covered, but the highly inflam mable nature of the barn's con tents made it impossible to save even the cow. No one on the dace smokes and Mr. Rhymer is at a loss to account for the fire. Mr. Rhymer, one of the best and most popular farmers of this county, has the sympathy of the immunity in his heavy loss. Mr. Rhymer s farm is situated about two miles from town on die Shaws Creek road. when vou iwant printing Siat looks like printing, why see the Hustler Print fehoD. of course! Costs the same as the other kind! He was an old, old man. The winters of three-score years and ten had whitened his snowy locks, but had left iindimmed the sparkle in his bright blue eyes. blowly he came from the post office and stood for a moment on Main street scanning the columns of an opened newspaper. Suddenly a cry of awful agony bursts from his bloodless lips. He trembles as tho stricken with the palsy he staggers and falls kerplunk on the cement side walk, the paper tightly clutched in one hand, the other pressed to his marble brow. Instantly a crowd gathers they close around the inanimate form before them. There are confused cries 'Call a doctor ' "the man's dying" "hasten, oh, for the love of Heaven, has ten" "go into Hunter's Phar macy- free to Hustler Subscribers. For a limited time we propose to give one year's subscription to the Southern Ruralist free , of charge, with every cash sub scription to The Hustler: The Southern Ruralist is pub lished in Atlanta, Ga., and is one of the best farm papers in the United States. The regular sub scription price is $1.00 a year, but you can get it absplutely free of cost by paying a year's subscription to The French Broad Hustler, v This proposition is open to old as well as new subscrbers. Don't wait subscribe now, as this proposition will be open only for a limited time. The man of medicine arrives he bends over the mute form he applies some strong restor ative it's Garren's Blood Puri fier and Tonic and his efforts are not in vain. The stricken man's eyelids twitch his breast heaves his lips move. Lightly as the summer wind kissing the red rose is heard the murmur so faint the physician bends still lower to catch the broken sen tence 1 "The paper says it says that that John Grant are going to get a Federal building for Hendersonville!" C, E. Wilson will have a great "Money-Raising Sale" at his big store., commencing November 28th and lasting about ten days. There will be several unique and interesting features which will make the sale of greatest inter est not only to grown folks but to the children as well. BRYAN IN DEFEAT. As tor myseli, let no one worrv about my future. The holding of office is a mere incid ent in the lite ot tnose who are devoted to reforms. The reform is the essential thing. If one can advance reforms by holding office, then the holding of office is justifiable; if one can best advance re,form.s as a nrivate citizen. then the holding of office is. undesira ble. The world owes me noth ing; I have been abundantly com pensated for what I have been able to do. The Hustler, certainly the leading paper of this county, is only $ 1 .00 per year I. HOWE'S CASE: Dr. W. B. Howe recently sued Y W, Andrews," of" Fiat 'Rock, : cr six dollars, for two profcs-: : icral visits to Mrs. Andrews. Magistrate : Denhid - rendered ;udment for -Dr. Howe. ; The tlendant appealed. The case v. ss not on the calendar and re gains in statu quo. At the trial bef ore Mr. Der 'r. id every physician in : ' Hender son ville testified that Dr. Howe's charges of three dollars for each of his two visits was reasonable and just: Dr. Howe is one Hen dersonyille's able and popu lar physicians and the suit Was instituted merely to sustain his contention that his charges were only just, in which contention he has been sustained. BUY YOUR D RUG The Hotel Gates has a number J of guests registered. Mr, A. A. Gates roports many inquiries for the winter. Thej Hotel Gates has been so extensively adver tised that it is becoming well known all over the country. , From ML Olivet. Rev. J. E. Sentell has been elected pastor here, Some of our Republican breth ren are still wearing the emblem of blood bn their coats, and dis cussing campaign issues. They don't know the election is over. The public school is preparing a pleasant entertainment for the last day, G. M. Brown will soon move from here to the Dana settle ment. . . The Trusts and their friends have got their choice for a ruler, and that lqd cow , will continue to invade our products of the soil. Preaching day at this place has been changed from the first to the second Sunday, . Busy Bee at H UNT RRVS If it drugs we have it If we have it its the best HUNTER'S PHARMAGY. Near, the Postoffice. ant Column. LAND FOR SALE Lots from one to ten acres or more, suitable for farming, or building, at Bal four, 2 miles from Henderson ville, on railroad and Asheville pike, ; Apply to Wm. H.'Spence, Balfour. N. C. The Hendersonville Brick Company have now a stock of their brick constantly on hand at W. C, Moore's- store, next to court house, at $6, $7 and $8 per thousand, retail price. ... Nov 26-6 1 Fine Jersey Bull ,for sale, ex tra good stock. Can be bought 1 at a reasonable price. Write at once to J. S. Johnson, Saluda, N: C. , Say, the Clarke Hardware Co, sells the good kind, when it comes to stoves. CA8H for your chickens, tur keys and eggs. Hendersonville Brokerage Co. Next door to Stepps Furn. Co. Do you want to save coal? Try Coles Hot Blast, The Clark Hard ware Co. sells them. . ' OLD-PAPERS- Old papers for sale at this office. Ten cents per hundred.; . FOU SALE k piano, in good condition, cheap. Address Hust ler Office. $16.50 Dresser for $12.50 $16.00 Dresser for v$14.50 Two- extra value offerings. ' Front of case quartered oak, bevel plate glass 24 x 30 inches and 26 x 32 inches serpentine" well front. A Very beautiful piece of furniture. Only 12 of them left." f For A :::Five;:- Dollar Bilj i Washstands to worth $6.50. " match. They i&rti. D M.SttEPHI THOS. SHEPHERD, Manager. Beds, Spring, Mattresses and Furniture of all kinds. r . We Give You Quality that Counts at Prices that Mean the Strictest Clothes Economy- This is .not an idleboast but an absolute fact. Based . upon the opinion of those who have worn our clothes and thoroughly tested their merits. Snellenburg Colthes are , correct in style and workmanship - . Suits $12.50, $15.00, $18.00 J. O. WILLIAMS . ' Buttrick Patterns Black Cat Hose Phone 59 TtianKsoiig DAY. 1 Governor Glenn has issued the usual proclamation, uniting with the President of the United States in requesting all good peo ple to assemble at their usual places of worship at 11 o'clock, "to return thanks to. God for all His goodness, and to consecrate themselves afresh to lives of truth and usefulness, as well as renew their vows of fidelity and love to their State, Country and God." After recounting the many blessings which have been vouch safed to our State during the year, for which we should be grateful, the governor admon ishes us not to forget the widow, the orphan, and all other helpless and needy persons, but give to them of our substance as God has prospered us. -A Union Thanksgiving Ser vice will be held at the Methodist church. FOR Two Hosts. Two Cows, One horsed 1 one-horse wagon, One buggy, Corn and Rough ness, Farming tools. Household and kitchen furniture. All to be sold for the high est dollar cash, at Hill Girt, N. C, November, 24th, 1908. R. M. LIVERETT. For one dollar each, 500 note heads and 500 letter heads, good quality, handsomely printed. At the Hustler Print Shop. Tablets, pencils, box writing paper, an graces at low prices at the Hustler Print Shop. Music Lessons Thorough, enlighteded, up-to-date. Try. a few.. If you don't find that I know my business and attend to it you need not.pay. E. L. Bailey. Box 8, Hendersonville, N. C. Special Rates at Hotel Gates for the winter, to table boarders, also by the month. ' Room and board. Apply to office at Hotel Gates. A. A. Gates, Propr. For Sale. mm n3 LT7 o o Splem$M AgricuiltairaL Papeir On s year, Free to Huistleir Subscribers'. You Need it in Your Home A pair of young- draft horses for sale. Sound and gentle. Ap ply Hustler office. FOR SALE-One Mare and Colt, Farm Implements, Wagons, Buggy, Harness, Tools of all de scriptions. Must be closed out at once. V Jno. F. Rowland, Hillgirt, N. C. FOR SALE-Two pens White Leghorn Chickens 5 hens and 1 cockerel in each pen. $7 per pen, See Dr. C Few. FOUND A bargain in school tablets at the Hustler .Print Shop. Only four cents each. 500 good 1 quality note heads and 500 envelopes, handsomely printed, for one dollar each. Hustler Print Shop, phone six. Hot Baths, The Model barber Shop, near the postoffice, now has a. modern bath room ' in connection with the shop. The patrons, of this excellent shop will find it a con venient place to take their hot or cold baths. V W. Ci JORDAN Land Sufveyintf. Route 5, Box 5. ;v Hendersonville, North Carolina. - . "mi ii niiiiim -if L" J.TQUSL1NC flit 11 ft THE SOUTHERN RURALIST Subscription Price SIM retr. It foet to 10CMXX) homes elreedy. You should belong to this li femily. . . the Southern Ruralist OF ATLANTA. GA. Is the Greatest Agricultural Paper in tRe South today. It covers every de partment of the farm and home. We have examined it carefully, and con sider THE SOUTHERN RURALIST the most valuable premium we can offer our readers. It comes twice a month 24 times a year. A sample copy will be mailed free to any one on request. The most valuable thing about the Southern" Rukaust is the Prize Spe cials, which are published on the first of each month. 'The Ruralist pays $20.00 each month for the best arti cles from its subscribers on special subjects, such as Fall Plowing, Poul try, Fertilizers, Farm Tools, Garden-1 ingf Fruit .Growing, Stock Raising, Dairying, etc .These articles come from every part of the country. They are written by men who do the work and give actual experience. They will help you as nothing else will. REGULAR DEPARTMENTS AND STAFF WRITER? Dr. H. E. Stockbridge Agricultural Editor; F. J. Merriam, Garden Depart-' ment; Professor T. H. McHatton, Georgia Experiment Station, Horticulture Department; Professor C L. Willoughby,' Georgia Experiment Station, Da&ys Professor P. N. Flint, Georgia Experiment Station, live Stock Department; Dr. C. A. Cary, Professor Veterinary Science, Alabama Agricultural College, Veter inary Department; Judge F. J. Marshall, Poultry Department; Mrs. F. J. Jae- riamHome Department. A good story or serial in every number. 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