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BAIL Y HUSTLER 1 0 CENTS A WEEK DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME All the Live News of the Livest Town in the South SUBSCRIBE NOW! - - PHONE 6 P. "S. RAMSEY LOOK OUT FOR They are Coming to the Corner near the Depot In the new brick building, just being completed, where they will open up a FULL LINE of Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Shoes, Groceries. Soft Drinks and Fruits, In connection with the Most Up-to-date MEAT MARKEt in Town. We have just put in the largest and best REFRIERATOR that has ever come to Hendersonville. Its capacity is four beeves, hogs and mutton according. The Ice capacity of the McCrary Cooler is one and oner-half tons. We are now prepared ' to give the people just what they want, when they want it, and as much as they want. Deliveries Prompt. Satisfaction Guaranteed. . We wish to thank our many friends and customers fortheir former patronage, and heartily solicit even more of their busi ness, because we are better prepared than ever before to take care of them, and nothing gives us more pleasure than to please a customer. We feel assured that all of our patrons are per fectly satisfied with the service we are giving them, in connec tion with our good, wholesome meats. We earnestly solicit one and all to fall in line, give us a trial, and become satisfied like those who started out with us. We beg to remain Yours respectfully, f P. S. RAMSEY & CO, Began Business July, 1908 REPORT Of the condition of 1THE CITIZENS BANK of Hen dersonville in the State of North Carolina, at the close of business June 23d, 1909. LIABILITIES Capital stock. $30,000 00 Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes paid 2,72180 Time Certificates of Deposit. 13,029 15 Deposits subject to check 50,252 71 Cashier's Checks outstanding 177 25 BHSE ?MlUB4-TJ'::VV.v QUIETED BY OFFICERS Rumors were circulated in the city this morning that a murder had been committed last night just outside the city limits. All kinds of information could be had but no authority could be placed on same. : The Hustler reporter after hearing various reports on the affair found one man wno seemed to know more about it than, any other. It was like this, a woman brought Policeman Zeb Arledge the information that she thought a negro man had been killed out near her place on the cjty limits line. Patrolman Arledge, who by the way, is always on to his job hurried over to the described location and searched for some time for the missing partybut all in vain. It was learned later that early in' the evening the wo man, Mrs. High King by name had purchased some spiritous liquor and proceeded at once to tank up. Feeling that she owned the world and everything in sight was her subordinate she landed on her grown daughter of whom eye witnesses to the scar on her face say that she must have received the ragged edge of the contest. In some way she became convinced that she had killed a man and started out for an officer. She could not be found at a late hour last night but will probably be arrested to day for her disorderly conduct of yesterday. wsfluniiiimim Ii(E HEIIDERSOlIiE ' TERIIUS OF ALL OF THOR TRAINS ? Will the " Southern Railway build immense yards here, right here in Hendersonville, and make this town the stopping point for all its trains? At least for all its passenger trains? It might just as well, for every passenger train after leaving Hendersonville is as empty as the county jail after Judge Peeb les has held court here. RESOURCES Loans and discounts. $78,639 54 Overdrafts 574 70 Furniture and fixtures. 2,576 21 Due from Banks and Bankers 8,619 01 Cash items 405 89 Gold coin . 1,257 50 Silver, including all minor coin currency . 532 06 National Bank notes and other U. S. notes.. - 3,576 00 Total $96,180 91 Total. ..$96,180 91 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, Henderson County, ss: I, C. E. Brooks, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. . C. E. BROOKS, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 28th day of June, 1909. E, H.DWIS, Notary Pi "U"j Correct-Attest: E. W. EWBANK, ) A. B. DRAFTS, Directors. F. A. BLY, ) The Upbuilding of a Community Depends on the amount of money in circulation inthat community. Money hid away in bureau drawers, trunks and other places is that much money taken from active cir culation in the community. Deposited in the First National Bank it gets right back into circulation, giving you the op portunity to make more money for yourself because of the increased volumn of business made possible by increased volume of money in circulation. Commercial and savings accounts solicited. ' The First National Bank ; . of Hendersonville. Capital and Surplus over $60,000.00 THE VERY BEST PRESENT you can make your wife on your wedding anniversary is a home of her own. That will be a proof of your loye and appreciation far superior to any other gift. You can do it if you want to. The lack of ready cash ; will not hin der. Call at this office and we'll show you how the gift may be made. - Wanteoka Trust and Banldng Go. CAPITAL $30,000.00 THOUSANDS GET THEIR 111 HERE. How many thousands actually get their mail here, at the post-office? There's the town's permanent population, not less than 5,000, there's probably 7000 visitors now here and hundreds coming in every day, and then there's the whole county to be served, all irom this not too large a building. Every piece of mail has to be be handled two or three times. Everybody wants their mail at once, and it is certainly to the credit of Postmaster Jackson and his hard working force of clerks that so admirable a service is maintained. The truth is we need free city delivery and need it NOW. It is absurd to think of handling mail for ten to twelve thousand people , at this , small building. and only free city delivery 'will afford the needed relief. Hew Honey For Old. ' 'Yes, there's about four thous and dollars in new ones and fives in that stack. It's money that's never been spent," remarked clever "Ed" Brooks, the cashier of the Citizens Bank. "The ladies are always pleased to get new, crisp, clean bills, I notice," he continued, after cash ing a check for a waiting custo mer, "and I don't blame them, do you? This money has just come from the treasury, depart ment at Washington and will soon all be in circulation." -- The People's National Bank Building The plans for the new Peo ple's National Bank building calls for an imposing four-story, marble front building, steam heated, passenger elevator and with every modern idea incor porated in the building. It will front 66 feet on Main street on the property now occupied by Capt. Toms' building, between the Hustler office and the Hotel Gates. As stated in the Daily Hust ler, it will be about the hand somest building of its kind South of Baltimore. , Leaped Handcuffed Tiirongli Car Window Lewis Hyder, who escaped from Sheriff Blackwell and De puty Conner, while being taken to Raleiorh penitentiary, has not yet been re-captured. ' He has been traced to Third Creek Swamp, near Statesville, from which he has evidently es caped. Unless someone knocks the bracelets from his wrists, he is still handcuffed, aud would seem to be in rather a deplorable condition. All the officials have been notified, for many" miles around, and it is' likely he will be caught, says Deputy Conner, who returned to town this morn ing. Hyder, leaped, handcuffed, through the window of the smoking car while the Sheriff had turned his back .for a mo ment to get his prisoner a drink of water, and who was not three feet from him when Hyder went head first through the window. The conductor says the train was going at least 35 miles an hour, and only one one man in a hun dred could have made the jump without being, instantly killed. -r Monday's Daily. ... ' . v W ' The Biggest Crowd . f In History of Town Station Agent Fullbright is authority for this: One-third more people have gotten off Southern trains here, up to Aug. 10th, than, during any previous season. Hendersonville has the crowd the biggest in her his tory and the top notch has not and will not be reached until August 24th. Just Started To Grow. Mr. F. L. Lyles, a prominent clothing merchant now at Ka nuga Lake with his family says: "Hendersonville started to grow two years ago, and at her present pace will soon be a big city. ' 'The town is now getting start ed. I have been coming here for 20 years and the improve ment in the town certainly is wonderful." Mr. Lyles has clothing stores in Charlotte and ? Spartanburg. He goes to New York next week, and will return here later. Mrs. Lyles will remain here for the season. Peoples National Bank v Safe Has Been Shipped The safe for the new Peoples National Bank has been shipped from the factory. It's known as the "cannon ball" type and is exactly similar to the one used by the American National Bank of Asheville. It has three time locks and every known safety de vice. The temporary quarters qf the new bank, in the Wanteska's old home, will W renovated, and improved, which work will be completed before the first of Sep tember. ' mm - . ' r 4 ME: SM1F ; ; - : v ;;. now going on : - : ";i LoLies' $15 Skirts rowi . SIO.OO La-dies' S12.50 Skirts now 8.00 Ladies' $10.00 Skirts now : 6.50 Men's $20.00 Sxiits now 15.00 Men's $15.00 Suits now 12.00 Men's $12.50 Siits now ' 10.0 Greo-t Rediction in White Goods Colored. Lawns, Summer Dress Goods. Our Buggy Sale will continue a few days longer- 0ir Warehouse is full of bargains, and we are cutting prices on Chairs and Furniture. Wilson's Department Store THE NEW : Harness Store Anything you want in the Harness line AT; RIGHT PRICES. We Repair your Harness. Call and see us we will treat you right. FEW BROTHERS, Successors M. T. JUSTUS M. 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