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mm 1 Irn Mich and delicioiisly ipiire. The kind appeals " ? to your "Sweet I Mimter s Pharmacy CIJCATIOML RALLY and we 'feel that our. Rally ""Day has greatly : strengthened the educational course. : The second week of the Insti tute bids fair to be the coming week of the work, There are 66 teachers enrolled now, all earnestly studying and attending all recitations by the conductors. The examinations will be held on Friday and Saturday of this week, so that the teachers may return to their homes on the .las ' day of the week. FRIDAY HAY 27 An.Educational Rally was held . Friday, May 27, at the High .-School building in connection with the Teachers Institute now in session here. Prof. R. M. Ivins read an in 'teresting paper, the leading thought of which was that, we, even those who are teachers, know little of j the desires and aspirations of the children with . whom we are in daily contact. - Our purpose he said is to build character, the supreme thing in all teaching, lie Vs. A. I. Justice and J. W. Uoore emphasized the relations between church and school and that' neither can be complete without the other. - Rev. R. B. Grinnan, D. Dv made' a strong appeal to the teachers alongthe line of their preparation for teaching, urging better equipment, greater zeal, larger sympathy in their labors. These speakers inspired the teachers with their addresses, WILL -HAVE CHARGE OF TYPESETTI?! G MACHINE Mr. and Mrs. Vance Norwood of JStatesville were in town last week. Mr. Norwood is now asso jciated with this paper. He has leased Sam T Hodges' hew house and his future home will be in Hendersonville. ' Mr. Norwood, an all-round- newspaper man and one of the best known and most expert Merganthaler operator-machines ts in the South, will have charge of the new $4,000 type setting machine recently ordered by The Hustler Company. The machine has been shipped from thelNew York factory and should be here about June 10th, when Mr. Norwood will" become actively associated with the company. , Enjoyable Entertainment The DeKoven Male Quartette pleased a large audience of repre sentative people at the Auditor ium last Friday night. The pro gram was varied and welll bal anced with not a dull second dur ing the entertainments If the DeKovens ever play a return en gagement here they will receive a royal welcome. . Born to Mr: and Mrs Oscar Corn last Monday, a boy. il Vll 1 1 t -71 I !i I ra A Uljlil ,v .TT JLM D ( . 1 1 ffili MMlife -y . , - . Do not fail to take advantage of these bargains. Read what we offer then come and see for yourself 1 0 Yards Calico, all Colors for 39c 10 Yards Figured Lawn for I 39c 10 Yards Canton Flannel c-- -. 39c Good Apron Ginghams all Colors 4 l-2c Yard wide Percales, in the best colors made . ' ." for' JL ; -, ;--. v ' -,; 9c Solid ColorDress Duck, in blue, black and v'- - white at ' ' 8 1 -3 c 44 in. White Lawn for 10c Fluron , Percales, 28 in. wide at 5c Pillow Cases 42 x 36 at --, ' 10c Sheets full size 72 x 90 at 48c Lace Curtains 2ll -2 yds long for 39c Good size bed spreads for 69c INDIES SHIRT WAISTS! " - " ' Good Percale Shirtwaists at 25c White Embroidered waists, two styles, open front and back at 48c White tailored waists at . 48c White Lingerie waists, trimmed with tucks and lace, also White tailored waists in all styles at " 98c A $2.00 silk shirtwaist-in white, beautifully trimmed, special value at . .' $1.25 25c Corset covers for . . 19c 48c Corset covers for 25c ; I4Dffi All our ladies Vash Suits reduced. This is : an extraordinary value for . $298 Extra in SIdrts! A remarkable value in a ladies skirt extra qalitarivell made iii blatk, brown ;andblueat An all Wool Panama, tailor made nicely : trimmed at , I $2.48 J5oys Mothin t Boys Knee Pants, small sizes at ioc Boys Buster Brown Wash suits at - 49c Boys better, grade suits all kinds from 98c on up. Mens Suite! The newest styles, the newest colors, and the new est make from $4.98 on up. ' Cut This Out and Bring, with you Good for 1 0c with one dollar purchase or over tJo c - L I ' - a Cl 0 The Underselling Store .Agents for Standard Fashions , V I rr HENDER S ONVILLE S NEW DA LY P A PER Fjpi Tj I 1 I 1 ' m TOT i vrki , First Number Out This Montri. Only Daily Paper In Hendersonville . S It I Y ou Can't Do Without It It Means a Greater Hendersonville -,L OF ' TO-DAY'S' NEWS TODAY 4 Per Annum Deuvered at your Home 4 5 nibs crib MOW I O 1 TP opeciai l 1 1 M Service Correspond eiegrapn iews Special Raleigh Correspond Special Washington AH the News of Hen All the News of the State .- Good Continued Story, M; ence ence dersonvill rkets , Baseball. Ho o PerAnnum Delivered at your Home NOW! pI5Pp '. . ...' r-:-;-r: f--v '.