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t J i s t I h ' i I ' - !; F ; i I' i '! ! I f t i. s S 6 1 o 0) X LOSS ;7MED White and Yellow Poplar, Gum. Yel low or Forest Pine, Field Pine, Birch, r- . ' and Maple, . ;;: 60) ' Size - Price Per Log Price Per Log Dia Lgth Clear of Knot - With Knots.;,;- ; 9x8 .24 ' ' .20 ; - . 9x9. .27 . . .23 10 6 - .24 ; .21- 10x8 .32- V .28 - - 109 - .36 . - : .32 - . 12x6 .42 .39 12x8 , .56 r . .52. . . 12x9. 4 .63 .59 . 146 1 . .72 .60 14 x 8 .96 . . , . ,80 . 14x9 1.00. .90 16x6 .90 , .75 ; i SPECIHCATIONS ; AH logs to be measured at small end inside the 5 bark. Crooked logs -taken at what they will ; measure when straightened. No logs accepted that have shakes, : rotten spots,' or over five;' knots to the log. Logs must be sawed off square , at both ends and cut exactly to length. No other, woods accepted but the kinds mentioned above. Prices are for logs loaded on cars, ; , ; : ; t important ; Before getting out any logs be sure ton ave . a written order from us. Only green timber; used s o u B u o Cr H3 O Hendersonville Column Heslerscarifle, M. CV : : Co. en) c::ic:iAr.i school 1723 1910 THX HK8HAM SCHOOL. AifeviO. H. C, ku prn4 Boyt to t III looted a tt FtotoMH ata ton city- OrcuteMo MlUTAlT for DlSCITlJIiE. COHTSOL ud CA&SUQS. Bon uyW4 fw other Ktkooll ot mdnd. TIcUm bon Mtnor wfcm 4iteotrd. Hadag ateolvtoly xcldd. ddrw O0L. K. BnOHlX. SopL. Box 0. ABSOLUTELY HARMLESS km AEICS FOR GRIPPE, GOLDS ETC , - v, . ... . I . VEGETABLE COMPOUND MADE tFROJV! Barks and Tifigs.' Absolutely harmless and will not disagree with the most delicate stomach. An excellent remedy for - the relief of LaGrippe, Cojds, Liver, I kidney and Bladder Troubles, also for Nervous Prostration, Indigestion, Loss of Appetite, Eczema and all Blood Disorders. Guaranteed under the Pure Food and. Drug Act, June 30, 1906, and contains 15 per cent, alcohol by vol. MANUFACTURED BY IBo w HA Hendenmnville, N. O ; MARS I for Sale at HThe Rpie Pharmacy JFIFf:"V;;"i! Columbus, 0., . J uly 28.The state militia was ordered out ear ly today to prevent rioting in the street -car strike here. Every- car is locked in the barn waiting .the arrival of troops. An entire bri gade of troops has been - ordered to Columbus, as the Hamilton Company if, was marching' to the station to' start for Columbus," was stoned. by a crowd and several of the soldiers slightly injured. V - Raleigh, July 28.Thomas B. Johns, a young ma nemployed by the Seaboard Air . Line, and who has lived here only about three weeks, was today placed under $1,000 justified; bond by .United States Commissioner John Nich ols, for using , the mails ul alleged blackmailing scheme. - In default of bond he went to jail. j Shortly after his arrival here, some of the young man's mail fell into the hands of Mrs. Thomas J, Johns his aunt,-and from the sim ilarity of names she1 ' thought it was intended for her and opened it.r . The young man then wrote to Hall; ler threatening to report her ; to ruciure anu hf envflrnmsntv for onpTiiTii? hift I or thirty feet ; ' dcrsonville. - Halleys comet has returned returned to Hendersonville, of course!. ' - . This is a. surprising statement, but anyone who may foolishly doubt its truth should look up on the mountain, to the west of town just above j the : city reservoir and they will -have all doubts re moved. ; For there, flaming bright againstj the Western sky, may; be seen- the .:' cometor . at least something that looks like the comet, ; only more so. Halley 's comet was something of a disap pointment to the many admirers of old, man Halley. : A numb er of people thought, in fact, that they had been buncoed, : but this time no feelings of disappointment will mar their pleasure, for the sight presented to their : startled gaze-is really a superb and awe- inspiring one. . L. . ... Of course, it isn 't really Hal ley s comet, or any one else's old comet. It is the strings of elec tric lights on Park Heights tower, in Laurel Park, outlining the structure and stretching twenty so if she would send him $250. Mrs. Johns maile dhim a check for he amount and when he went to have it cashed, he was promtply arrested. v ; ' ' the governments for opening Ms or xniny leet in ine air, wmcn mail, adding that he would not do makes you think that it is the com- et returnea to nenaersonviue as an omen of "the most prosperous season the town has ever enjoyed. The tower is-on the top of the mountain, and the new Swiss in clined railway takes you to its Stike Will Effect 18,000 Men Dase- 1 ne car on ne railway Chicago, July 28. A general starts from a brightly" illuminated strike of building trades is decid- SPT &oes UP tne mountain siae ed'upon following the Otis eleva- tnun aurei and rhoodendron, tor dispute. The strike will ef- mrougn aarimess wmcn leaves me feet 18,000 men. The men walked impression of traveling through a. out at 5 o'clock yesterday after- lonS tunnel, and finally you alight at the tower, m a blaze or electric lights. Some folks thought, last night, when they saw theblazing stream of fire in the sky, that the town commissioners were celebrating the. completion of the magnificent new filtering plant. Mayor. Sta ton, however, says this was an er ror. He says that naturally they are all proud of the city filtering plant, and suppose, everyone else in town is also, but that they had arranged no special celebration in nooon. t 41 think Tour. Barks" lis a splendid, remedy : for cure of inippe as f our.doses . of it gave xny daughter who was' suffering from this trouble complete ; re Kef." v J. M; Dermid. I i tmnK jour varies" is a very fine tonic i It has done me more good than any other tonic I ever took and I cheerfully re commend it to anyone who may be ailincr as I think it ' must I be good for most troubles'1 - . , r: ; ;(; ;. F.A. BLY. P. S. It has cured , me of long standing case of ecezema. 4 'It gives me pleasure to testi fy to the merits of 1 Four Barks." It enred me of a severe case of less than 24 hours, "i : W. H. Phillips. "Four Barks'! is a fine ; blood tonic Not long since I got two Angers on my left hand 1 badly isashed in corn crusher. In llsnaation est in and I tried every thingl could think of to check it but without avail., I was. ad Tised to tae"4 Tour Barks" for my blood. : 1 4id so and in a' few days my fingers ; began to heal and in one weeks time they were well and I could use my hands as well as even- ' a J. B. Dill. I think "Four Barks" is very fine tonic, My .wife is tak ing it and she thinks very favor ably of it A few .mornings ago I woke up with every sympton of my old enemy the grippe and one dose of it made - me feel alright in a,iew nours ana l navp con tmued to feel so ever since . "' ?f-'v :- :':r J . fAs Frazier. I liave great confidence v in "Four Barks." ; About a month ago I woke up one morning , with cold in head, with copious dis charge from nose. 'Four Barks" gave me complete relief in a few hours. It is a great appetizer and is without a doubt one of the finest medicines I ever took. I think "Four Barks" is a fine all-round tonic One bottle relieved me of a kidney trouble of three ; years standing. It is certainly a great appetizer for I have not been able to get enough to eat since I commenced to take it". A. R. Maxwell. Columbus, Ohio., July 30 tast night parts of the city were in the hands of the rioting street car strikers and their friends, who held undisputed sway for a time. Martial law will probably be pro claimed here today. Mayor Mar shall,, this morning formally re quested the state milita , officers bo have all tracks patrolled. Five additional companies of the guard were also ordered to nqid honor of the event. themselves m readiness for m- it is only one more attraction at Stan t call.- , " : - - "ITinnrpT Pnrlr .xcrTiiph rppttis tn nriw during the reign of teror in the have almost everything in that city last night there were nearly hme to be found in any amusement fifty people injured, . many of park in the country. hem seriously. - Forty riot calls were sent in to Governor Kitchin Still at Bedside police headquarters, cars were Raleigh. July 29. Coil Fields, stoned and ' lawlessness reigned private secretary to Governor supreme. With martial law in Kitchin, said today that the gov force the authorities expect to ern0r wil lnot return to the city soon resume the operation of the from the bedside of his mother be street cars.. fnr Mnndav ATi 1t.hat he will re turn then only in the event there is no change for the worse. She continues desperately ill but there is a possibility for her to linger some time. . - Montreal, July 30. The follow ing telegram from Captain Ken dall, of Montrose, was received to day: "The supposed Crippers was on deck early looking like one deep in thought. The supposed Home July 30. An anarchist Miss Leneve was in her -room jail plot having for its immediate aim day. She wears a gloomy look, assassination of Dowager Queen The suspects sai dthey did not Marguerita and an ultimate wip- sleep. Miss ' Iieneve does not mg out of the entire royal family, smile or laugh. Both of them ap- was revealed here today, hollow- pear haggard." j " ing the suicide of conscience Cripper is wanted by London stricken youth who had chosento police for the murder of his W kill his queen mother. Planshad tress wife; and the whole world been made fo rassassination l?ut has been searched to find tracej of the youth who was chosen by lot, uiuu. ouu, ma biejiugroyuer, ui&a ; " . : - . vet mt ... hp STYLES BETTER- : VALUES m es 1 3-. 11 - ir-Si'li. J, , sw ScWoss Bros Cloth - wiixu va v,eiiLury ago Soh ' loss.Bros. & Co. , started out t - maker the -best clothes of aT housejtincAmercia--to-day thev are still making better and fiS garments. cr : Thishoiise is ihe Supreme Past ' faster of the Craft, always pro- ducingnew things. It has LT : tations, but no competitors. " farme?t the reputation v of the SchlossLabel is safeguard ,ed M: every; stitch ,and inch of material. r The 'UOTHES BEAUTIFUL ' All the other things for Spring in Men's Wear ready LL PHONE 59 BUTTRICK PATTERNS Xi-ItiPTY BOTTLE '''SARSAPARIL H- Doesn't purify your blood and morqugnly. -3 fT rid your system cf all waste matter it . X sfZy t.- has accumulated this waiter. ''J' '- - j ThatVtKe squarestdeal we know now to ve. '"-l '- ' Remember, Ifthb remedy J&et i'br- ' : - ' 0 "--" 'r compteU$aHtfacftoh orir& J lade ie us tlx empty. fouJc. . f '- i" '" :" . '"; . :,jjjix j.O-;.e. iiMi t5ilT' i ari?.7.'Ji . The! ustmmmrmacy DO worn 'That Bevard.f: Institute. Fifty Persons Killed in Texas Riot -Palestine, Texas, Aug, l.-fA troop of cavalry arrived this niorning and is sweping the cotm- t.rv h pf.w apti h pri a Yi A ' ' Rl hp.Tt m tn J , . , , 1- tU a WioW Jtugn - &cnooi, KiMormaii v infuriated wHtes. Worse trouble I JJtliBlc' Business,: Agncultttre,-and fimfl-fA Ki, crocmiV uomesuc courses mitW9k ,w A fW How thorough all this work is t l. ;.'ii.L How well-equipped the 'teachers or two. . oueriij. xjiuck saiu tuuaj' i ' - , ' -offers Bible, I consider "Four Barks" a very fine remedy. It cured me of a severe case of grippe in a remarkably short time. My wife has a very high opinion of it also as she has taken it with bene- the dead may number fifty, in cluding whites but it would be several days before the figures are complete as many negroes were killed in marshes. : J ' " : , ' 1 Twelve hundred r majority for "Jim" Gudger oyer John' Grant is the aim of every loyal democrat. That is not an impossibility by anyCmeans. We ought ' to make it twice twelve hundred. ; l , are t How long the expenses are. : That a catalogue can . be had for the asking? v ' : " : '.' ' --; ' 'Address, C. H. - Trowbridge, - Principal, ; ; Brevard, N. C. If you see it in the Daily Her- tldJ you see it twenty-four hours )ihead of any Ashe ville paper. My Residence Property at the cor ner of Church Street and Sixth Avenue, Lot 150 feet Square--House new witii aU conveniences. Stable and Servehts House. - ' PHONE OR WRTTE ; J 5 CARE KANUGA CLUB For Strictly high grade meats of all kinds, at moderate - - - . wvi'aas "ill ' Modern Refrigerators. Everything Screened. No Flies, No 1H saA AtThp Depot, in U. Orrs Building r J. A. Gxniasi. 1 - . t jy tj3-:; H,i : .