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The French Broad hustler. [volume] (Hendersonville, N.C.) 1896-1912, March 16, 1911, Image 7

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GOING FAST."
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THIS IS ONE 'OF; THE BEST PEEIillUIiIS EVEE - OF
FERED BY THE HUSTOER
SELLnTG ASTi - OUR FIEST SHIPMENT IS NEABLY
EXSAUSTEIX CALL IF YOU DESffiE 0N3S NOW; :
ANOTPJER ORDER HAS BEEN MADEf W
; SURED !E VERY ONE THE PRIVILEGE OF HAVING
ONE 0? THESE ItNDSOMIL KITCHEN SETS. ,
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THE HUSTLER IS JUST BEGINNING A CALIPAIGir
FOR 3000 SUBSCRIBERS. ' THOSE WHO SUBSCRIBE
NOW. CAN.GET THIS SET,. VALUED AT $2.50 'AND
HUSTLER $1.00, LIAKING $3.50 FOR THE SHALL SULI
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arc - disfilaying a set in THE HUSTLER OFFICE
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rleston to. vest f. . tn lftflrn how - lftK lnd iM -
i. w. nnn be leased to mm tor rtnc. purpose. r,
Ainount Nearly,iw,
Been.'.-Subscribewv. 'j1 jVsand'feef-. deep; in search of oil or .if
Staid; cohservatiye old Carles- ,natural , y y , - . . - ;
ton is - surpassmgrn have : been ap-
quick, response she -is-sJKmin orpr0ached hereaiid at Fayette ville- c.
the modern -methods... pt.tne nprL UgSet ni:lt-they ca secure leases
term V. .M. ."C. A. building ; cam- dn thoUsand acres oi land
paign. r q covering, the country from one
Last Friday night cff i town to the other,vand at Fayette-' -for
$150,000 for a PW-V' ViUeitliere is assurance that local' '
building was launchednd inter-Vcapitalwill aid the prospecting
state Secretary Huntington .re- ventue i Mr.' Frost undertakes
ports that over $95,000 . of this it , : , ' ;
amount had been subscribed when rv The terms of leasing are to "give '
he left Charleston on Wednesday to the farmer a certain proppr
afternoonthe fourth
campaigns 5 ; A v : : r ; ' ' f vdiscovered ; tHe landowner ;- to '
It is quite certain that the whole be at no expense but to give JVIr. ' ,
amount will'fbe praised jby tomor- ..pgj exclusive right to oper-rownight.;;aridppiblyl--
land for oil. or gas. : In
There were' only a few people n the event of finding gas. a speeiT ,
Charleston who Relieved that such fied sum 0f moneyjs paid;the f ar.
a thing was possible teven on the mer for every well that supplies,
night that tHe' campaign started; - gaS. :-; - : ; . - ''v.;;: : ; v , ' ;
Mn:Huntin6nis.here he ' ; ;
the local committed to get taatters : j , Hoard 's Dairyman ; tells 'ah in-' -ready
for the coming-of Ir. M. C., feresting : story of. how a Guern
Williams," the special director, -.wiiq ."'sey; breeder' in Marathon County .
will arrive to take charge- of the;
campaign "next sMondayir ; 'c: j bors were tooVpbbr--ih their Own
Ir. Huntington is pleased with minds to buy. good 'bulk;, drew
the interest manifested in Raleigh rthemTinto a co-operative, arrange
and confident' that "this- city: will raent by which" the. goodwills he - -
respond as bthers are :'doing to the j hought and those he raised,, were I ,
efforts to provide a wholesome j placed about in the "community . -"
rpsnrt fnr tViA1 hoVS and -VOUng
men oi xne couujuuiJLitjr x. ijater;vii,sqia, a numperoigouu w
that will help them to. develop - a j buHs at a1 nominal price, inserting - ;
stalwart typeof Christian man-j the saie contract; a "clause that
hood. Raleigh News ahd Obser, he was to have them back at thfe
ver.. " : : .. :;-:'-;same price.;. .'if U he wished.; ? Of .'
; ; y : v ' : y course, " the cattle V)f that neigh-
May Drill Oil Wells. ; - j .Dorhood at once began to improve -Southern
Pines, March 10: W. ' nd to day one, can; go to that coun- -.
H. Frost of FredoniaNti & sup-and buy one ; or a carload of ,
cessful producer of oil and gas in . good Guernsey or Guernsey .grade .
New ;jYok and. Pennsylvania, heifers',: and a recentvisitor de-
wher hri&i operatingfifty, wrells clares that atttheir fair they have
at the present time j is in Fayette- the finest display of market cat-
Title this week conciucung . an tie to r " ieen at any county iair ,
exploring tour through -t, Moore, j in-the v aitry.. Here's a sugges-
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Left. Hnlro an d Cumberland coun
ties. He was at Southern Pines
two weeks - From here he went to
Sanford, where; ; he was: able 1 to
study the geology of ; that ; te gion
at the brown stoile - quarries of
Sanford; i;;V';;';v r-Z., V l-ZZ'-Z)
Mr. Frost is making a thorough
examination of the sand-hill coun-
tinn f 'i k vour, community prac-
-peraiioii ims, auu yuyvi .
farmte:'-.
No woman trying ;on her new
hat could make more fuss about
it than the- king of England is -with
his cro wn.7--Atlanta .Jour
nal. . " . , . - ' ' - . x
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As my expencoa are small I can save; you
from 10 to, 20 per cent over the price of other
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agents on anything you select.
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. FLY SHORTENS HULIA1TT.IFE. . -
Unspeakable Dangers Are Carried
by the Little Pests. - .
The n'y .win be;soon be withnis.
If pbople i uly realized the menace "
. of the pests they would spare. no - .v '
efforts to secure' etiective protec-
'.tion againat - them. ' For the fly, -
classed .where it belongs, to a
scourage. -
There is an' enormous increase '
in the death rate of children from- '
,diahrhoeal diseases in." the summer I
months. The fly is; 'responsible '
j , for it. A single fly caught in New
. York 'carried 100,000 fecal bac-- '
. " teria in his mouth an on his feet. V
. In New York alone 7,000 . chil- ,
: . dren die annually. They are our
, national . wealth. Shall we kill
1 them with flies ? :' w.
. - . "In. Denver in the fall of 190&. 1
iixt-ca uttscs anu six aeatns Irom
, along the route of one of thp millr
. , alogri the route of one, of the milk
men whose milk " was. found con
; taminated by flies'.which had fed ' .
nppn typhoid excreta from4 an un- :
.. covered vault,
Have you ever thought of the '
expense of disease and drudgery . . '
to a community? Dr; Daniel Dr
. Jackson, bacteriologist, for the
' department of water supply of the-
City of New York, says that it is'
conservative to estimate that the :
diseases transmitted through the
. - agency of the house fly cut -short
the average, span of human life in . ,
: ; the. United . States by . at least two
years. During a generation " this ,
s . means a loss of 170 : million hu- .
'man lives or 4. million lives of the
- present average, length, or a mon-
s ' ey loss of 20 billion dollars.
v- The life of a fly is " about ten k
days. There v may -be 'twelve to
: ' thirteen generations in a summer, ' v
: and a progeny of a single fly may :
: be a' sextillion ( r,000,000,000,000,- -
- 000,000) at the end of tC season. .
: , - VNobody wants to be a victim of
disease, "nor does anyone want to .
' spread it The point is, to prepare
. now against the fly with screens .
and clean up filthy breeding places
: of the. fly: - - , -
; Have you seen, the , handsome
kitchen sets given' awa v . bv the
Hustler company for a year's sub- -
scription. . - - -'

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