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, - , i. .'-'. .''.' ...... k J Kill. vi . f f 3 New Spring Nursing Corsets, Stout Figure Corsets, Flat Hip Long Back. Low Bust Long back, High Bust Long back. We carry more styles than will be found in cities 5times the size of Hendersonville. The fit of the Gown if She's wear ing Thompsons "Glove Fitting" Corset is correct, for it depends entirely on the selection of the corset. That's why most well dressed women wear Thomsons "GLOVE FITTING." KlOW You II 1 - 0 HtMNMNUfl ercantil Co F. Z. MORRIS, Mgr. I . .- . .... -.. : : . A Gilt For the best cake made out of the celebrated Henry Clajr Flour, we offer three prizes as follows. First Prize, 100 Lbs. Henry Clay Flour Second Prize, 50 Lbs. Henry Clay Flour . Third Prize, 24 Lbs. Henry Clay Flour. ) Call at our store for full particulars about this contest or 'Phone No. 261. ( The LH E- GEM "The Home of Good Things to Eat,, F. B. Jdlisoii -M Co. Phone 261 South Main Near Monument Ladies! You will find Henry Clay Flour, absolutely the very best flour you have ever used. We make this statement without any qualification whate vea. It is simply the best flour made. . LOG AL Hi F. R. Houston is now a mem ber of the firm of Miller & Wet ttore, dealers in feed. BORN To Mr. and Mrs. Abe jwis, a son, on Thursday, April Both mother and son are do lnS nicely. It Still COSts Vint IK nonta ho "Snaved at tio r.Vimir RarW jnop, redecorated in excellent by Will Garfen and his assistants. . .. Mason H. Brawley, so well re membered here, is a member of e North Carolina Medical Col-" exercises were held APnl 19 at Charlotte; D. S. Pace's big building at the depot will be ready for. .oc-l cupancy about May 1. Judge Justice was in town Sun day, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Justice. : ' . . . . ; Pay; your poll tax to Judge Gullick at his shop, or; you can't vote in the town election. Frank Smith, expert. Mergen- thaler operator, came over from Asheville, Tuesday, to visit his folks ; here. . j , - Mayor Statpn has sent', to Cap tain Ellison.Smyth president cof the .-Cotton Manufacturers Association- of jSqutii' Carolina, an official ;rinvitation J. rpm'Hender sonville to hold, their next con vention here.' It is belived they may do so. V ZebF. Curtis, the prominent attorney of Asheville, was in town Monday. . The Southern Express Co. have their new delivery wagon in service, a regular standard wagon. , Mr. and Mrs. . W. H. Tinsman have returned from-their winters visit to Florida, where Mr. Tins- man seems to have lost about 20 pounds. Charley Hefner has returned from Florida, bearing not a single scar as a result of being so awfully burned there this winter. Mr. Hefner has but words of warmest praise for the kind treatment received after his injury. Lewis Haas, wHo has been the efficient steward of some of the principal hotels of this town and Asheville, is now connected in that capacity with the Hotel Mc- Call at Bennettsville. S. C. Mr. F. R. Darby, formerly manager of the Battery Park, is proprietor of thes modern hotel, and Mr. Haas is well pleased with his surroundings there. A party of Hendersonville young folks, under the care of Miss Roper and Mrs. Frank Evans, had a most ; enjoyable picnic on Stoney Mountain, Sat urday. Among .the -'early pic nickers' ' werVthe Misses ' Gladys and Louise Hodges, Edith Porter, Elouise Gourdin, Helena Grsr, Dorthy Barrows and Lula Dixon. .'Mr. E. ; W. Ewbank, , as exe cutor of ,the estate " of . the late N. .Boweh;1 is ofi ering l that very desirable property - for salei on easy terms if: desired. The es tate, on the' top of the most beautiful, hill in town, ; has " been put up in building lots, .every one of. them desirable. As . everyone khows,the Bowen property is but a stone's throw from the. post office" is close to'' the school and all the churches, is well shaded and it is said' the prices 'placed upon the lots by Mr. Ewbank are so attractive that they will not long remain on the market Mis3 Eugenia Harrison spent Saturday m Asheville; -- : - V , . - Judge Ewart is expected home from Chicago, .on Thursday. . . Mr.tand Mrs. R. S. .Gantt have retu,rndform South Carolina. 4 ,G. W. Dryma, of Greenville, has opened a new grocery store at 'tHe dopot in U. M.; Orr's building.: ' The "Country Store, " y Main st,: opposite the monument, ' will be open for business on Satur day. "Doc'APotts, after ah absence of 'some months,, is again at S Johnston's store, where ; he has been employed for ten years. E. A. Corn has returned from Florida arid is now, at the home of his. father W. A, Corn, ' near town. " The 11th Commencement ex- ercises oi Fruitlana institute will be held atFruitland ;on April 22 to 25. O. R. Keith is now associated with .Hendersonville Wholesale Grocery Company. Mr. Keith will have charge of the books of Jthe Company. ; Mrs. W; R. Flud, Mrs. C. L. Boyte's mother, of Wedgefield, , S. C, will be in town; Thursday to spend a few days at the Ma jestic Hotel. Wanteska Rebeka Lodge'f No. 57 will hold their regular Jmeet ing, Friday, night, Aprill22. All members are . requested to be present. Masonic Lodge will hold re gular communicationFriday night Work in fellow craft degree will be put on and all members are urged to be present - Fire recently destroyed over $300 worth of hay on Mr. James Ladson's farm at Mills River. Burnning brush in adjoining fields the cause. . - C. O. Steppe, son of Rev. J. G. Steppe, of the Ridge, writes from his new home in Pennsylvania, that he expects to be married shortly to Miss Charlotte Baker of that stated ' 4 T T t ; .i .. . , . ' f' -v . , . The ; new:motor car for the Laurel' Park -Street Railroad is here, and say, it is a beauty. No cinders now ho poles, no wires. This car is the last word- inlmod ern street car construction. If you are a good cake Ibaker, call at "the.. Little Gem,'' Main street near the "monument, and get full particulars about a cake baking : contest the proprietors of that stoVcwill soon inaugurate. Special Officer Connor rounded up four vagrants, Friday night, trespassing on Southern Railway property, one of them a sailor man who said he was on his way from New Orleans to his home in Delaware. Miss Jessie Roper and Miss Edmunds left for New York on Wednesday; Miss Roper : will spend the Summer in Canada, while iss Edmunds will go abroad; It is probable both these ladies will return here in the Fall There will be an all daysing ing at Pleasant Grove in the old book Sunday, April 24, led by Uncle Wash Hamilton andJC. S. Morris. Bring all your old books and - dinner' for yourself and someone else.. Let' us have another old time, singing before these did singers pass over the River. Mrs. P. H. Hadlow, formerly of Horse Shoe, died at Jackson ville,. Fla., on Friday last. The interment was in that city on Saturday.' Mrs. Hadlow was a daughter of Rev. D. B. Nelson. She is survived by her husband, two children, six sisters and two brothers, among them Edgar Nelson' and Mrs, Hart, of 'Flat Rock. ; - ' re TOE r n o 4.. " Just Received- Sample Wash Suitsi White an3 Colored for Ladies and Misces.of fered at about half value, $3.00 to $4.00 a Suit Sample Wash Skirts: white and colored W Ladies and " Misses $1.00 and 1.25. Up-to-date garments for half Value Sample Comonos and Dressing Sacques 35c to 60c. Dainty garments at bargain prices. ; v . '- Misses Middy Blouses Linene 90c ' Misses and Boys Reay to wear Suits in gS Variety 50c :1910 R. & G. Corsets all sizes r 50 and 75c Ladies and Misses Gauze Undervests 5 and 10c Ladies Muslin Garments, Skirts,- Gowns, Corset ' Covers and Pants 1J 25 to 75c Misses and Child's Muslin Pants 10 to 15c Youths and Boys Bloomer Pants all sizes . 25c uaor RE - ENFORCED HAMMOCKS t THE KIND THAT LAST L ott's ook - Store We carry the complete line of McKinley's 10c sheet ; music,, ask or send for free catalogs. ictares A large line, including, Christys, Fishers, J essie Wil- cock, Smith's, Etc., t We guarantee to save you money on Dishes, Glassware Jardiniers, Flower pots and cooking utensils of ' all kinds, Ladies Neckwear, Hair Goods, Oloves, Fancy and local view Post Cards, lc each. ' , ; Give us a trial ' ' v;:-'.lv X ; 1 21 o Patterson Bros ProP IRE S. hoe For Men Walk Over, 3.50 to 4.50 Hanan & Son, 5.00 to 6.00 Burt & Packard, 35 Boys' Shoes, 1.25 to 3.00 New "Chantecler" Belt pins, 25c at Hendersonville Mercantile Company. : . New, ' 'Chantecler' V Jabot pins 25c at Hendersonville Mercantile Company. ' ,s Jho y For Ladies Pumps and Oxfords in all styles and prices. We can please you! Dainty Spring Shoes Arriving Daily t For Special Urices Wm. LOTT, Prop. WW- MM.- Phone 163