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Mecklenburg , Gives - The Largest Democratic '; Majority. ' The banner presented by Sena tor Vance years ago to the county registering the largest V demo cratic majority, if .still in existr ence, goes to good old Mecklen burg this year. This ' 'pennants has been 4 'shifting" around quite a bit during recent" years, Two years ago Wake rolled up the ""biggest" majority but the pro hihitinn law nassed last spring caused several hundred Vet" democrats to backslide and that county loses the bamner to Meck lenburg, which gave the -following "official" majorities to the democratic candidates for. State offices: 11 Governor: William W. Kitchin, 2,848; Lieutenant-Governor: Wil liam a. Newland. 2941: Secretary of State: J. Bryan Grimes, 2,951; Auditor: Bejamm t Dixon,z,yoa; Treasurer: Benjamin R. Lacy, 2,965; Superintendent of Public Instruction: James. Y. Joyner, 2,976; Attorney-General; Thomas W. Bickett; 2,941; Commissioner of Agriculture; William A. Gra liam, 2,955; Commissioner of Labor and Printings Mitchell ,L. Shipman, 2,960rMember or the North Carolina Corporation Com mission: Benjamin F. Aycock 2,953; Insurance Commissioner: James R. Young, 2,965.- Phone 175 P.O. Box 367 Star Dray & Wood Co. C. H. Hamilton, Manager On Church st, rear of Court House Wood of All Kinds See us if you have any hauling to be ,done, or if you need any wood for the winter. li s i teiv JTresh Malaga Grapes Florida Oranges and Grape Fruit Fresh Candies of every des cription -pull line of Cigars and Smoking Tobacco Pee Delivery at the IDEAL Fruit and Candy Store Miss Nettie Le Grande, Prop. ARE YOU BURNING? 1 Are vour arms, face and hands burning up with torturing, disfiguring J? Eczema ? Is your face disfigured with blotches, blackheads or pimples until you feel ashamed to appear in public? rm : i. iU:MM t ....... . n inere is usi uuc imng iui jruu iu do that will certainly relive such sting ing, smarting, itching eruptions. Get a box of ECZEMA OINTMENT. This cooling, soothing, curative naive atop all itching and inflammation andcures Eczema. It fves speedy relief in ill cases of skin disMses, has a pleasant aromatic smell, and can be applied to any part of the body more effectivelylthan any otherointment that we sell. It isfsimply spread on thin cotton or linen andpplied to the affected parts. We guarantee Rexall Eczema Ointment to cure the worst cases of skin diseases or we promptly refund your money. 50c per box. The Justus Tradc MARKS: ' W l" Copyrights Ac' Anyone Rending a sketch and description mm aalckly ascertain onr opinion free whether an UiTention is probably patentable. Communlca- ,til5onJBdent'al -HANDBOOK on Patent aent free. Oldest agency for securing patenu. Patent Uken throuch Muca A Co. recelTf tpeeUU notice, without charge, 1 theT Scientific flmerlcamb A.iaP1,0,2eIymTI"tTted weekly. lArjrest clr enUUon of any ecienttflo Journal. Terms. S3 a liUiiil 8 Co.381 bt. fir,v York Brch Office, G FBUWMhiiiroti ti.ci " Heavy Hauling 1 Pharmacy VMM'4-ir - 60 YEARS' 1 I pass ' 1 I.:'.'''" ... NotiVfl .T: I: Collins' ad. in this! Ji " tV" , ' ' I Kl 7? ; : 0-i"; : : Yl 'x papefyou xian't miss it for it's a full pagQ urn full to tne top witn rare, bargaiis-. :: H. Patterson, who is becoming well known outside of this ,!town for the expert dry cleaning aone at his establishment, will have an announcement in next week's paper of interest to the ladies. Rev. J. W. Moore and family left for Gastonia Wednesday morning, to spend a week with Mrs. Moore s parents. Both the Blue Ridge Inn and the Hotel' Gates' will serve an extraordinary fine Thanksgiving i . dinner. The - Temrile Male Quartette. with a well known reader, will be at the Court House on JJec. 4. This is the first attraction of Judge Blythe's Winter Lyceum Course. It is a good one and should be well patronized. Our neonle crenerallv reioice with the Methodists over tne re turn of ReY, J- W. Moore for an other year. ' ' 1.0kT Plain pold rincr. with three opal sets. Finder please return to Hustler omce. :: Mr: P G; Hart and family will leave' next Tuesday for New Smyrna.' ria. wnere uiey wiu spend tha. winter. This excel lent family is i greatly missed when away from our city. The Methodist congregation, especial ly, will miss the (sweet tones of Miss Theo's violin in the choir. She is an artist of rare talent,, and has a bright future before her. - The Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist church will have. ' a sale of fancy Christmas articles at Mrs. A. E. Posey's Millinery Store, Thursday, Dec. 3rd, from 9 a. m. to 6 p.m. Mr. E. W. Perry will sell all the live stock on his fine place, 'flid-away Farm," near town. As is generally known, Mr. Perry has some of the best cows in this part of the state, all of them being heavy milkers, and many about to come in fresh. There are registered cows of high de gree, bovine aristocrats, in fact, and there are cows of lesser de gree but just about as good when it comes to milk. These are called "grades," and it is said they will be sold at sur prisingly low prices. There are also three bulls in the herd to be sold, one of them the famous Biltmore bull. Mr. Perry's busi ness is calling him away more and more from Henderson ville, and it is probable he will -be obliged to leave this country. "Hid-away Farm" is not for sale, but Mr.r Perry has decided to dispose of his fine herd at once as he wihYin the future, be unable to give them any part of his personal attention. Of course. ! the extremely high grade of allof Mr. Perry's stock is well known, and it is said they will go at ex- emely reasonable prices. . 1- '-, : , m " ! Resolution of Sympathy. 1 On the evening of -November 17th, the all wise father, in his wisdom, saw' fit to call from our midst the spirit of one of our most tried and valiantKnights. Brother Noble Johnson, in his daily life; was an exemplification ef the true Pythian principles of Friendship, Charity and Benovol ence. He was beloved by us all, and his death (leaves a vacancy in our midst which can not be filled.) He leaves to mourn his death a devoted wife and two children; also a grief -stricken ; father and mother, brother and sisters. Therefore, be it Resolved,. That Hendersonville Lodge No.116 Knights of Pythias join with Asheville Lodge No. 106 in mourning the loss of a chivalrous Knight, whose stiirdi ness of character and purity of purpose has sunk deep into the hearts of those with whom ' he lived: And let it be further" Resolved; That copies of these resolution,be sent to the bereaved family, to Asheville Lodge No. 106, and the Carolina Pythian, aiid that they be published in the papers of this City, and alsojspread on the minutes of our lodge. - . t A. H: Hawkins, , C. A. Hobbs, H. S. Bruin, ; Committee. XOST; A pair of gold-rimmed spectacles between Bent Painters and. the Jess Shepherd place, on Saturday evening last. Reward if returned to M. M. Shepherd' ' - 'i- V v I I . ! 1 I I It 1 J V - " 11 P 1 F V . ' m v erside riaias. v Ladies long Ladies' and Notice. State of North Carolina County of Henderson The Wanteska Trust and Bank ing Company. Administrator of Kate L. Gale, Deceased, vs. Thomas R. Barrows and wife. Anna G. Barrows, Wallace M. Swift and. wife; - Lucy Swift, Ralph F. Gale and wife, Ethel Gale, Robert P. Gale and wife, Leona Gale, and Jack Fuller and wife. Josephine G. Fuller. The defendants above named will take notice .that an action entitled as above has been com menced in the superior Court of Henderson County, North Caro lina, tto 'sell the following describ ed land belonging to the estate of the late Kate L. Gale to make assets to pay the debts of said estate, to-wit; "First tract: Adjoining the lands of B. F. Posey,- deceased, and Ahn Toomer, Beginning at a stake on the South side of the main road from Hendersonville to Flat Rock, and . immediately opposite Dr. Dotterer's residence, being the N. , W. Corner of the lot conveyed in exchange by B.F. Posey to Ann Toomer, and runs with the South margin of said main road N. 51 degrees, W, 166 feet to a stake; thence S. 36 de gree,' W. 285 feet to a' stake, thence with the original dividing line of Posey and Ann Toomer's (before exchange) ; thence S. 64 degrees, . 168 5 feet to a stake in the S. W. corner of the said Toomer lot; thence with the ;line of said lot N. 36 degrees, E. 247 feet to the place of beginning, containing 1 acre and 5 poles, more pr less. Second Tract: Beginning at a stake, the S. W. corner of tract No. 1, and runs S. 36 degrees, W. 171 feet to a stake in B. F. Posey's line; thence with his line . 63 degrees, E. 171 feet to a stake; thence N. 36 deg. E. 176 feet to a stake, corner of Tract No. 1 thence with line of Tract No. 1, N. 64 degrees. - W. 168. 5 feet to the beginning, contain ing 10b Poles, more or less-f And the said ; defendants will take notice that they are requir ed to appear in said Court on or before the 30th day of-November, A; D. 1908 and i answer : or demur to the petition filed in said action, or the above named , plain tiff will apply to thev Court for the relief demanded therein - This the-21st day of October, A. D. 1908. . ... , -CM; PACE. Clerk Superior Court Henderson County. . Having qualified as administra tor of the estate of J. L. Pittillo, deceased, all persons having claims 1 against the estate'of - the said J. L. Pittillo. deceased, arf hereby notified t6 present' them H Fdr our Li beral 4 Allow us to remind you at this time of Thanksgivmgs tKat we appreciate your business. Our record shows an increase in sales every morith and every year since: we commenced business here about five years ago. ; We have every facility for serving you to your best advantage. We are right in the line all the time to do more for you than any one else. - . : Hav luat reteived (direct from: the mills, a shipment of Bavside and Riv- ':-'.n Ji;j: Dli-:J- .....111.. ; ine oaysiac jriaius usuauy scu tux A Our snecial nrice. Der vard The Riverside Plaids always; sells for 81 -3c, - Our special price, per yard Sweaters, colors gray and white, at .s Children's Furs and Muffs at greatly reduced prices. "7 ' f 3 endersonviile - - - IN orthtarplinaiv .... -. m '. iii,..' - t'T ox .i.4.'.j in to the undersigned administrator by the 20th day of October, 1909, or this notice' will be plead in bar of their recovery. And all per- sons maeDtea to tne estate win please make prompt payment of the same. This, thelh davo Oct., 1908. S. J..Pittili,o. Adm. Land Sale Under Mortgage. By virtue of the power and authority vested in us by a mortgage deed execut ed by Henry Robinson and wife Kate Robinson to McD. Ray on May 19th 1902, and by him duly assigned for value, to us. We will offer for sale on the 7th day of December 1908, at the Court house door in Hendersonville," N. C, at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, at 12 o'clock noon, in order to sat isfy the indebtedness secured by said mortgage. The following described pieces or parcels of landlying'and being in the Township of Hendersonville, Hen derson county, North Carolina, viz: Tract No. 1, fully described in a deed from Thos. J. Rickman and wife Lizzie C. Rickman to Henry Robinson, dated Sept. 8, J904 and duly recorded in book 41 at page 162 of the records of deeds for Henderson county, containing 16 acres'more or less. Tract No. 2, fully described in a deed from H. F. Parish and wife S. E. Par ish to Henry Robinson, dated Oct. 4th, 1880 and duly recorded in Book 13 at page 482 of the records of deeds for Henderson county, containing 10 acres more or less. The sale will be made in order to sat isfy the indebtedness secured by said mortgage, which indebtedness is past due and owing, and has been . otten de manded of said mortgagors. ' This November 5th, 1908. .. A. L. & L. E. DAVENPORT, Assignees of i McD. RAY, Mortgagee jrer mcu. i , tneir Any. Notice of Sale. Under and by virtue of the powers of sale contamad in that certain mortgage executed by JLra J. Davis, on bept. 22, 1906, to secure the indebtedness therein named, default having been made m the payment of said indebtedness, I will sell, at the Court House, door in .Hen dersonville, Henderson County, within the legal hours of sale, to the highest bidder for cash, on Monday, December 21st, 1908, all the land described in said mortgage, which mortgage is recorded in Book 22, page 470 of the Records of mortgages for Henderson county; said lands described as follows: Beginning at a stake on Kings Street at the original North E. corner of the Abbie Williams lot, about 150 feet N.of Academy1 Street, and ranstW; parallel with Academy st, and with old Williams line, 90 feet more or less- to the corner of the Town Hall lot, N, about 60 ;f eet to the Caldwell line, thence JE. with, the Caldwell line about 90 feet to King- St.' thence with King St. about : 50 f eet, -.to-the beginning, including what is known as the Mallory lot. ' V - This, the 11th day of Nov, 1908." -.n W, A. SMITH,; ',- . Mortgagee. IiardieM Cookery. . Horseless carriages, wireless telegra phy, and now' landless cookery! Lard has, from time t immemorial .held sway in the kitchen but" it 4 has wone .fatal objections-it is indigestible. Nine-tenths of the indigestion- with'which'the Amer; ican nation is afflicted is due to the use of 'pork'and its by-productlard. Recognizing this,; The N. K.x Fair bank Company, Chicago, have placed on the market a vegetable oil cooking fat, Cottolene, which can be used in every waythat lard or butter can, and which makes delicious, digestible and nourish ing food. .It is recommended by physi cians, even to invalids, and it js cheaper .than, lard, one-third less being required ratrona .11 T. . m tf. j 5 Mr ill vii r mi . fir - .j it) it li mmm or. 1T1.CI1 Bf w UU1C1I 9 aiiu V1111U1 0 Hiffh Grade Shoes iiWhiV"h jiro honorht. from the V& i houses who cannot afford to put out any but the best (ft i).. grades. fl)--MY Three Special Reasons Why you should buy your shoes m )V. . from us: First: We handle shoes that have been TEST- X ED and TRIED. Second: Our shoes are made by manu- If facturers who are able and willing to make the best of f Hi Shoes and DO IT. Third: The shoes we handle 4ave !f i more Style, Fit, Comfort and Quality in them than you f$ yt win nna eisewnere, it - Superb Lirie of Clothing - T. B; CARSON, Agents Biltrite and 'Steadfast Shoes Hi it Hendersonville, - x&00 00.00.00.00.00.00.00.00:0.00 55. 4S? ?Ji 5?' I)?!? Hi:- 1J' : in order that " CH AS. C. f Phone 86 IS-'3 burckmyer Bros, Contracts for Complete line of PAINTING PAPER HANGING, STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES DECORATING. YourLarder Supplied with'the . Best the Market . affords. Estimates Free. , r Work Guaranteed. liendersonville; 4 North Carolina. J Phone'Npr 159, : . : ,v, .: t- c. a: grimes. NoticetoCreiK" J. M. WALDROP Estate of Mrs. Kate Gale. , . . QniM . Creditors will take notice that they 0-ri are required to present their claims to the undersigned by the first day of Kenting November, 1909, for payment or this noticewill be plead in bar "pf1 their re- - t tinT..Tir(5 covery. All parties owing the Estate and General Insurance, are required to come forth and settle. Wanteska 'T5SS&. Hendersonville,. 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