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The French Broad hustler. [volume] (Hendersonville, N.C.) 1896-1912, May 11, 1911, Image 8

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That doesn't mean only that we
have a quick delivery, system, -but
that they're in such demand that they
dori't remain,; In the store any length
of time. That's the Teason our stock
is always fresh ; thatjs the' reason we
can-afford to sell low The -'nimble
sixpence" bring us. often, so we can
afford .to share them ) with our cus
tomers. vAre you one? If. not we'd
like you to he. - , ,
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FRIDAY &. SATURDAY
150 Ladies Iimonas $1 50
and $1.00;: values at. 39c.
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I HAVE HOUSES OF MY OWN TO RENT, FURNISHED OR
UNFURNISHED. RANGING IN PRICE FROM $3.50 TO $50.00
PER MONTH. a T.
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S. Y. Pickens
Aspen Boulevard
, Dr. Kirk was an Asheville .- visitor
last Saturday- , ' ; ..." -
Miss Olive J. Hriag of New York
city, is guest at Summer Home.:
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Mrs. Dr. Child ami daughter -went to
Asheville Saturday, - .' . ' ' '
Miss Marie Norwood is visiting , rel
atives , in Catawba ; couonty. : " - .
, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Lambert spent
Saturday in Asheville.
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Mrs.' Bettie Martin of -Hll girt, was
Hendersonvlllf ysitr yesterday.; ''V
" Miss Maggie Julian of Salisbury, is
here on a visit to the family of-Mr. J.
A. Rusher. ' - , . " : -" .-,
Mr. James M. Gray of Raleigh,
spent Tuesday in the city- and- county
in the interest of corn clubs.
MrT A. -W, Smith of. Rv F. D. No , 5,
was a pleasant caller at the Hustler
office last Saturday morning?. ' i v
Mrs. Vance Norwood left Saturday
morning on a vsit of three or, four
weeks to her mother Mrs. M. J.. Long
at' Elmwood N. C: ,
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Mrs. Ernest "Wilson and children
and Miss Bertha Buchanan, of Sylva,
N. C, arrived in the r city Monday af
ternoon to visit Mr '.and Jtlrs. C. S.
Fullbright. v- I
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Mr. C. F. Pank of Spartanburgi S.
C, was a HendersonviMe visitor last
-Saturday. He was here to , visit his
son in law, Mr. Otto Oppet, who is
chemist for the Skyland Hosiery Co.,
at East Flat Rock.
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Fruitland Items.
Since school has closed' and stu
dents, and. most of the teachers x have
gone home forrvacation. this little vil
lage seems rather desolate.., . -
The farmers of this section are very
busy planting corn. ' . .
Rev Nv A. MeUon went to "Saluda
Saturday. . - . v ; i r
Miss Kate Thompson, who has been I
at Lynn for some time, has returned
home. . ' . 'v. -
We are sorry to say that a number
of .our. folks are on the.sck list, but
hope. they wll be better ing few. 'days
Mr. . Charles E. . Drew a"- banker of
Bunker Hill, Illinois and his bride,
friends of Walter Pittijlo. came south
thepast
Mr. Pollock has given his entire personal attention for
threeveeks to make this place at first-class, thor
ough and up-to-date a and
Gentlemen and he has spared neither money labor in
repainng, refurnishing and painting
building
TO PLANT BIG ORCHARD. :
Durham, N. C., May 8. The North
on their , weddin gtour and ook din ; CaroHna : Orchards Company : is the
ner at Mr. L. P." Fittillos last Thurs- Lname of a new' porporatlon- that has
day, -They were very much'v-impres- teen given a charter by the Secretary
sed with the "city of ' Hender- . Cfot an mm I
sonville -and also with the- mountain of . state ?nd, ill begin soon the de
scenery around FrulUand.Theye-1 1?iJL;?1 ?le,?
turned to Asheville where-they have ' of PrPfrty that is stupendous Jn its
been spending their . honeymoon. In Ks nr.in
a few days they expect tox return to ftfJX55.in'J ?5Sf ?f2 2S
nnnmmho win tiht,,, - of Manning & Everett is attorney for
the . company andj briejy outlined its
purpose Jn an: interview ... last night.
Judge Manning, says that the moving
selspirit of the? company is a Mri- W.
S. Hoousel of New York State, in the
vicinity of Rochester and, that he ;is -IhlrSitlTto
pumng x anKee Drams ' ana money in
to the project! yThere are North Caro
lina gentlemen interested in it,. Brodie
L. Duke of Durham, J. O. Ellington of
Fayetteville and also Northern capl
talists, . ,
The property purchased ' includes
about 10,000 acres of good Harnett
land and its . first cost is slightly
above. $100,000 with the line of rail-
roaq or tnirteen miles coming into
was'built
by a. lumber: company that cut down
the timber and is still in good shape
for shipping. The-company will grow
peacnes, pecans,, fruits . of several
natures and vegetables.
Three SoEid Car jjjj jj'Tj) RIITj" j jllQ) iT3 Have Just Been
Loads: of ::'-:p:i I a ' ; . f
7 L r"";"" uimmre siore nas now-on aisplay over tbree car loads of the newest and most up to date furniture, including bed room. 'sets ; dressers, wash
stands, roekers, chair, tables, chiffeners, refrigators, iron and wooden beds pf every variety. Hundreds of other articles sold in the furniture store too numerous to mention.
it has long bee our ambition to give, the people of Henderson county the best on the market for their money. ' We haV purchased such-a large shipmentnd assortment expressly for
the purpose of giving the best bargains to be had in our lines. ; - v . : . : ' '
When you buy furniture-the' price sVe not always the only consideration.' We make a" speciality - of 'grade's: " True :.we haye a Variety' of ''grades "of 'Purniture -but'at tte' same-ttme
we guarantee every iece-just as represented. . . -;; v ;-,-:'.';-.;-:;:;;v.
S ' Our DREAMLAND mattresses have been good sellers in fact, we hay e, sold nearly a carload i nthe 'past few months. ; :V. "::.:-:; i;' i
A carload of Simmons Iron Beds
and Springs
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Handsome Dressers
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North Carolina is noted for the
Furniture manufacturing- industry.
We have not slighted the "Old North
State"-but have over a car load" of
dressers. made by a well known con
cern in this State. - The workmanship
is guaranteed or you can get your
money back. Call in and let us show
you what we claim o be the best line
of dressers on the market.
The famous
stien beds
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. These handsome beds and springsare knokn the country over for the
east and comfort and well as durability. We are-selling - them from
$2 up to $25.00
7.50 to
$15.00
Often it is desired " to furnish the
entire room. We carry a"number of
handsome suits ; suitable for couples
starting house keeping . or refurnish
ing a house. . The suits are of the
latest models and in every -way come,
up to the standards. To .show yon
the" variety we now have our prices'
range from :' ' ': ..
Bernstiens three peice beds- are
i being used extensively ? in this city
and county. People are beginning to
i buy substancial furniture and the bed
is an' important item. . This bed has
stood the test 'and is put on the mar
iet with a guarantee that will hold.
Sumniei is here
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4 Thirty daya before the summer sea
, son will; open, and what have you
done about a' REFRIGATOR?
If you are hard to please, we havit
' -'.it.' yIf yon have not seen what you
.' want in the line of refrigators then
we more than likely can suit you.
. Our refrigators range In prices , from
$ 1 5 ; iip to :$60 ; 1 1 "..$7.50 . $25.
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