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The French Broad hustler. [volume] (Hendersonville, N.C.) 1896-1912, December 15, 1910, Christmas Edition, Image 7

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TT'g licit th fcceccnia of, firms ana,lndlTli .
mail, and 0ffr t&em evtry accommodation- Tfcom-,
Stockings 25c.-
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We will give each child an interesting Pu?
zle Free. A big full line to select ksjp
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We haiidle a generaj line
of Wholesale and Retail
, feed. -
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Notice of sale of land under mor
tgage. .
'-AvSliglit Correction; -
By virture of the power contain
ed in a certain mortgageexecuted
to the Undersigned byDnff 'Jack
son, on the 8th day of November
1909 to secure a note in the siim 6f
$200.00, of even date herewith,
bearing interest from date v&t-V6
per' cent "annum which" mortgage
is.of record in? pook 23 'page 483;
of the records, of mortgages , for
Henderson county; and default
having been made in the payment
of said note, therefore for.the pur
Jose if satisfying, said' note, inter
est and costs.i I the . ' undersigned.
will, on Saturday, J anuary, 14th,
11911, within the legal ;, hours of
sale, ofier forj .sale to. the highest
bidder for casH. at the Court hduse
in Hendersonyille, N. C, the lands
conveyed by fsaid mortgage des-
Icribed as follows: 7
Being the lands conveyed by
Isaac Means and Rhode Means
his wife, to Duff Jackson; and Cor
delia Jackson; -his wife, ' by ' deed
dated March 12th, 1906, recorded
in book 54, page 480, of ' the re--cords
of deed for Henderson coun-f
ty, North Carolina," located in
Green River Township, Henderson.
county. ' ..' ,' ' :
Beginning at a hickory stump
on the road, and running thence j
north 104 1-2 feet to a stake ;
thence east 132 ft. to a", statke,
thence South 175 ft. to a stake on
the road, thence 132 ft, to the be
ginning, containing 42-100. acres
more or less. ; ;
This December 12th, 1910.
: GEO. A. GASH Mortagee
The Bank of Lahdrum, Assignee
- Hendersonville, N C, Dec. 13.
Editor Herald : ; : , : r
Dear Sir Knowing that it is
not . your desire Jo havej anything
misrepresented, in your paper, w
feel obligated thrdough respect, to
yon and others concerned to make
a. corectioni In r the article re
f erring vto lir,-JChas. Corpening's,
seriourtiSdccit. in which he lost
his right arm, the impression was
made-that Dr. Hood waS the only
physician present,: which waser
roneou,s. . yjf, ,y reenwooa was nrst
summoned; and jreached Mr. Cor
pening before Dr.- Hood; arrived
and was making necessary prepar
ations o the .operation - which) 4
immediately performed. -Dr. BTqq
did well his part in administerijag
A Business Deal.
I have purchased the store of
goods at Zirronia, owned by Mr.
TJ. G. StatonV 'I'will continue the
business -there r I am prepared'tb
offer the highest niarket prices.f or
ehesthut woo d crossties, . chickens,
jeggs lierbs land rincfact ; anything
you have to sell. I will carry a
full and, complete line in: general
merchandise at reasonable prices;
1 assure tne puDiic 01 courteous
treatment and honest values at
close prices. ?A11 I ask is to give
me 1bl.. : triair"Godd w weights" "and
ood; v measures f guaranteed. - rl
liave a large shipment of goods
couNTEEFEiT noirEYr
which win arrive at. once. -"In or
rder to 'i.beramong; those .'whtf : will,
cnjpy; a bigr bargainibe: sure and
ycome EIGHT.NQW..I promise.effir
the anaesthetic? and assisting in cient, prompt, polite and honest
every -.:wa; possible. The paper ; service: v -: j ' .
also stated 'i thatRobert) Lee was:;- vYours for f
there at ther time which we con
sider .(and. feel confident those
present: Will v: admit ) quite an
justice to the name. At any rate
there was very little of the "Rob
ert Lee ' - courage manifested.
Thanking you in advance, I am
.- . ' Respectfully.
- : t-;-, . C. E.. HYPES,
Hendersonville, X a .Dec. 7. '10
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1 H The Knights Smoke. .
"Counterfeit. Can't take take
it. sir.?.. . ,
, This, gruffly, from the Hotel Ma-
jestic clerk,, as he slidbapk a coin
to a Convention messenger, one of
four whom. . -Mr. M; L. Shinman.
who has- been meeting 'emu all at'
the V depot, had escorted to the
hoterfor idinner.?-l" '- -
v I' C-c-coun-counterf eit 1 " stain
mered the astonished Baptist; as.
iie ivyx.t me com anu aiier looiting;
at it dubiously, biting it 'to see if
it was--silver orjust pure lead
'4 Why. .I'm surprised!,, : ;
v 5 r'f Somj, ? : mumbled the clerk:
lightuig- a cigar and looking ab
stractedly at on pf. Henderson
yille's "pretty girls- as she tripped,
along on; ...the"': arm of a' Baptist
preacher from near Kaleigh. .
. . UTbltell you he plain, simple
truth,' shy so 'am I. . -r
: "And you a Baptist, too! Now
if you'd been an Episcopalian "
But just then his gravity gave
way and he explained to his guests,
that Mr. Shipman had already
paid for their entertaininent--that
No Decrease in Interest. .
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-With no decrease in interestor
in results obtained, the meetuigs
at the skating. rink,! conducted by
Rev ' Geo. C. , Cates, con tinue to
yzyrk for 'the.- welfare of Hender-
sonviUe. ; v-;
The revival services will come
to an end sometimes during-this
present week; justwhen is not
stated. Certain it f is ' --that 1 ;the
meetings have! waked?- a! . wonder
ful. epiritual "revivalliinqngst ,tle
people of the whole ;town, and the
restjlta of DriCate3, earnest work
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1 -1! 1 4o
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was al la joke.'
03 of r iHendcrconvillf fs pretty
o snop.
The Knights of Pythias of Hen
dersonville had an old, time' rally
last nierht. The castle hall was full
and everyone had good time. H was a Htt1 wa ne and the town
Possibly, Atho,! Mr. C::E: Brooks of Hendersonville had of treating
atirf Mr. Mifthael Schenck: had the baptist inenas ana mat it
best time of all. There .were re
freshments served' you know,
sandwiches, cake, 7 coff ee,r , and
smokes:. Mr. Schenck appropri
ated the bottle of pickles and Mr.
Brooks walked : gracefully off
with the bottle of mustard. They
seemed to enjoy the contents of
their respective bottles and paid
no attention to the gentle remon
strance of their fellow - knights.
Outside' 6f that there was nothing
to mar the bliss of a perfect even
ing of fellowship ;and good cheer.'
.;.TOe";-.fohowingAVonicers were
elected ; : :; v " ' "r;1'
-.Wilshire Griffith, Chancellor
Commander. .
' Harold Davis Vice Chancellor,
p -B B. Carter,-Prelate. -5-&&l&ttym
.Kieeper . of. (Re
cords arid Seals.
CE. Brooks", Haster : of Ex-J
chequer. : - - '.';.
;i H.; C.. .Duffy, Master Finance
f:XW. C. Brannon, Master Arms. :
' Jno. TV OTHris, Ihrier Guard." ;
Michael' Schenck, Outer Guard,
r John Grimes. Haste? tVTorlf..
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