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The French Broad hustler. [volume] (Hendersonville, N.C.) 1896-1912, March 16, 1911, Image 8

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want them, perfect fit, per?
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" the advantages you'll "derive"
by ordering your spring suit -from
us. The prices are very
low ",'.. . '
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-ia butter, both country and creamery butter thr oil gb thi
cummer. ;-. ;- m . . w- , .)vr.-'r::;
5 - :' Grange -cole :
nest Saturday week, Marc!a 25tb-VVatcb for our nest ad.
YOU AEB AT ADISiU)yilT.
; '-. -.i :::-;..TAGB:.
in trying to live well and ecnom
ically if you do not avail your
: selves of the opportunities that ex
ist every day in the. week Ty buy
ing good groceriesf us at - less
than their real value. We sell
BbUon Briefs.
.ilr.,P. !f?Ajiaay fail to get the
prize on' tner JjlSf .ba- but ne aeserves
creiit- for,,raI22l3 aad supplyinghis
neighbors with ttne pigs.
Yad McICifiiay has gone tOr. Ashe
ville fort tretieat; for, a serious
trouble from- wichi Ilq has been .suf
fering; for seyeVai months. X. ' ': '
Rev. MrJ Jamls6n;f pastor of Mills
IUyer .chapel,. has ..retnrneci home af
ter an i absenc6"bf, two'.weeks.-
Mr. Pink-Clayton the noted' onion
grower saya Isrgoing to plant half of
his five' acre farm in onions this year
and thinks he 1 can supply his . custo
mers at all times. : ? .; ; . '
, The cry of this section is more plg3
and1 fewer, dogs.; . v Y
HarnrJones has moved back to' his
hpme again afUr spending the win
ter with his mother, Mrs. H. C. Jones.
There was 'a happy '- Teunion at
Charles Corperting's Sunday, about 23
of his relatives being present, , among
them being Mr. Oatis Corpenin and
family, Mr. Julius Corpening and
family.. Dr. Greenwood and family.
After enjoying a good dinner the af-
' 'Mn SV. D. Brown, of Spartan
burg, S." C, stoped over inthe city I C,
Saturday, en route f rem Brevard
to her home in Spartanburg
TTr. Q. W. Brooks and family,'; f fj. .
the winter in Florida - v c f'; v
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in? several weeks in Jacksonville,
Fla., returned to the city Kjaiur.
day:.. ' ,' vv. :r
-Misses 'Tommie and Leona Lane,
of Rugby, were . - Saturday after-
noon siiuppers iu ,
Mr. :Vr, F: Warilck, who was a
resident of " Hendersonvttjo some
years'ago, but now living in Spar-
tanbursr, . U. was m tne cny xor
a-short while Saturay.Yuo.wasv
on a sad mission; having received
a message that told him. his moth
er was dead at Mills, liiver. , v: '
, M G. 'G, Par dtie has returned
to Charleston, ' S; C-v rafter . a 'visit
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to nis lamiiy.
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And tie Best Drcssci Ir.
prcbly pay miri
t their corsets than to tB
c ther one garment I
Frinririly depends 8
est models and length y
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Why Dcrr'i?
CUAPvAMTEZD 1 .O J - r
t'-a vhclo'-fr.-iTy , tLtrt- il ba
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RANGE
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$5.00
. only the best and we sel lthe best XwihfcSobn
at the lowest possible cost.
STRAY SHOTS.
MAXWELL - &.- ;BRON.
We Have; SbM 75l
and the season is abdut half over
; "WHY", because sell the genuine; r
" ' ':Olier Chilled ;;Ttqta; V
, , Every tirne you get a .new point s
M you get a new cutter FREE ;
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- Ilorse Shoe; Dots. ;.-;.'
Re- T. J. Bird pleached at Horse
1 fhoe chapel lsat Sunday -morning at
11 o'clock, -i ; . J - ' "'. '"';
i. v:: T .' J; itJnderwood Is on .the; sick list
this, week. 'r'.' - 1 . L,"--! v'i;
1 1 Efiss Nan i i Maxwell . is - visiting
frf Anda and ,eJatlTa in Henderson-
.TUletnis-week. ;- , '-y: .j : -: .
Mrs. Emma Cannon, of 'Savannah,
Oa.. is Tislting Miss Daisy Murray. '
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wingo lost their
Infant last Thursday morning. The
family .have our deepest sympathy.
. Mrs. E. L. Darnett Is on the sick
list this weeki ' ' :..
. A good time la reported at a sing
ing held at J;.H Murray's last Sun
day night;- V -r.'-rS' v : '
Mrs. Col. Woodfin left- Monday "for
Biltmore- hospital, where she will un
dergo an operation. '- 1
T L. Gash went to Hendersonville
on business last Tuesday. , ; .
U TCalrnes wife is very ill with
lagrippe. ,-,- ,.v.' , ::A,rv.r.
Mrs. Tfard Pinner visited herrefs
ter. Mrs. J. D. Bennett, last Sunday. .
. ' - BLUE EYES.Y,
Sr.ccc;:or3 to Dly Brothers.
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tv our : riome t irrotestor
r ' ; Mills Elver News,
v Farmers have made use , of the pretty
weather for the past few - weeks. - V
, .Mr. J. W. Holden of this place : is
reported very sick but hjg friends hope
to see him out . again soon, i 1 V ,
Mr. S. J. Whitaker has erected a
new dwelling on his farm. .! :
Mr. Q. K Holden". had the misfor
tune to lose his fine; horselast, Sun
day a week 'ago. - r -
Mrs. Louise -Warllck of. Horse, Shoe
was buried at- Mills' River; chapel on
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. . , w
Mr. A. S. Gallamore has been ap
pointed a justice of the peace. :
Mr: N. W. Posey who .has been very
111 , Is improving very slowly, but his
many friends hope to see him .out
rea lsoonl " : T -'V. ' ''
Rev .Dr. Jhilds, of Hendersonville,
will' preach at"' Mill - River chapel on
Sunday next, r - j .V -
Mr.' R. MI Reid says he is. going to
walk o ffwith the $50.0a- inigold.In
the hog contest, and he says', with fifty
In gold and plenty, of hog and hominy
that ,h wont have to. live .bachelor
much longer, v;' --J, . .- .
Di1. Dlxont -one of 'Henderson ville's
most popular doctors , wai out' in "this
section Sunday. .
v ' : - '. - -GRETr;EYES. ;
s ;; Flashes From JFIat. Rock. '
Mr. X P.Freeze( of ;No. 530, Wl Oh
W., is in- Greensboro : representing
Flat Rock . x?t the estate convention of
Woodmen. :: -i ' : v-f , ',7.
; Mlssr Estelle" Blackwelder, of Con
cord, who has been spending several
weeks with ' her - sister; Mrs.; G. W.
Lentz, returned home yesterday.
Miss'" - Susane " Urskine, of .Tryon;
who has been r Visiting in Ashevile,
stopped over, en route homeland "was
the guest of Mrs. P. ; H: . Walker,
Tuesdayv;,' J'- '" :':- C::'y :-' ,'.;'.,'
Mr. Mac C. King and family have
arrived for the spring and summer
and are occupying their beautiful Flat
Rock home.' : . .
. ; Mr. John L. ' Goodman and family
of Spencer, N. C, -are- new '.additions
at East Flat Rock. Mr. Goodman has
bought the, business of Mr. P. H.
Walker - and Is now opening up a
beautiful line? of RT)rfnsr"goods. r ; .
Mr. Bennett; author, ; journalist,
traveler and jolly good fellowrcame
up from his Charleston winter - home
the first of the week and is superin
tending some Improvements on the
magnificent ) estate of hlsfather-in-
law, Col. A. T. Smythe ;i; v
Mr. C. F. Valley, has :t been in the
Flat Rock community Tor several
weeks buying, timber for a large lum
ber ' plant; ; . Mrs. Valley came up to
day for a little visit to-him.
Our kitchen "sets cannot be pur
chased at a store. We give them
away. Call and see. . . , .-C -
Ccdnning1 This TZcck Gubscribsrs
X7ill bo Presented With & Hand-.
Ccad XStchca"-Gct3.":'"r "V'
KOTICB OF DISSOLUTION.
A-Pclicy ia tha CccurityT Ilutuil Life Insurance Co., of ITcry Ycrl;
Co 7ith tho lowcct rate and good annual dividend. Ceo
Headquarters at Pr. J..G. Waldrop's ofSce. ;
r , HENDERSONVILLE, M- C
- Headquarters at Dr. J. G. 7al!drop office
All persons will take notice that P.
II. Walker, of Flat Rock, N. C, has sold
his dry good3 and shoe business to
Mr. J. P. Goodman, and that all debts
due by P. H. Walker in said business
will belaid by P. IL Walker and all
debts due to the business will be paid
to P. H Walker.-Notice is- further
given that P. H. Walker has sold Ho
Mr. L. E. Fisher all his inteerst in the
firm of Fisher. & Walker, all debts due
the firm will be paid to Mr.- Fishejr
and all debts due by the firm will be
paid by Mr. Fisher. ' -
P. II. WALKER.
March Ctht, 1S11.
atone- wisniNG . 4 u:r;TAr.iAr
- . Literature' please addre33 pastcdee
Box S3: i ; ' 3-16-1V
FOR SALE One pood nuTeh coir.
Apply y. a-V. Shepherd at Court
house. 1 . " v .. - - - ,
FOR SALE Thsrcr-hrcd Ehoie Is
land Red eggs. 75c per IS. Ad-
dress J. A. Frazier, IlendersonTille,
y.''R; No. 1.: ; ,
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f-f;;;A.r .r-.;orli; ? . "L'ELBY, SHOES 'V'
I '- ii-x.'..': tl f. . gauze, - ' - ' - - V1.; " . f'
ilci.l-'acVcrt-T.' ..6 Spring . cuts and striei
StLVlXO. V, : - the famous ladies shoe,
r Eae .fiave. tte best
busrritced r j wearing "mosJeomfortsile
For FOUH ) lealaff styles on tie mark
Ocnib ' (itiglhose who -wear .
oiiues .never compiaia.
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Prccf, Ezrt cr CD day'cecd clr,, t!:3
cctt let Ecd -Clover, crcLrrd ' fjrzzz,
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TellsTT Eiiiver cd Eci-Os!:a Ccls
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Advertisers are respectfully re
spectfully requested to hand. In their
copy' for change of-ad3 not later than
noon Tuesday. c
WANTED A young fresh Jersey cow.
.Address corner Oakland and 8th
avenue West,( . , . 3-7-1 1-c
FOR SALE A Good 6 year old Lorsc
t OR SALE One C-horse porrcr Inter- b -
- national gasoline engine, 'only been ; o en. -T
used short while Will sell at a' A '2-50 Jiitchen tet given to
bargain. Guaranteed aUif action., every nc.r cubccriber to tlio Ito-
The Hustler's treat is one of the
new kitchen sets we are advertise-
j ing. Read our half page aflyertise-
T72 CULL BCI
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THE JEWELED
Apply to W. F. Dodcon..

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