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i iim y Glltl 5000 FREE'WE-Om FOR SATUIMY Miss Tommie Lane Heads List This Week, Several Contest ants Actively at Wort. Speqial; Prize to be offered nest Week. If your inend is behind in the number of votes how is the time to help -j-y :'';- TO BE - 3 " EXGITiu G MCL Considerable surprise has been expressed Iy readers of the French Broad Hustler on account of the large number of contestants whose names were Mblisbed in the last issue of the v Hustler. Few people thought that the contest, at the start, at leas, would leap into such immediate favor. 1, There is a manifest attitude of enthusiasm and interest which grows keen er and keener every day In regard to the Hustler's Great Voting . Contest which has just begun. The young ladies have taken up the work of securing .narrations to the Hutsler with the determination to fight a good fight and eoonthrough to the golden harvest. v - - T :' --,-7 Below we print the number of votes -of - each contestants received by the contest manager up to Tuesday night, November. 14th: - 7 It is our desire to make this contest one of the most exciting races ever held in the Weste n part of North Carolina and we are going to have ust what we want, if the contestants wil lget out and hustle for new subscrip tions and collect arrearages. There are hundreds and hundreds of people who desire to subscribe to the French Broad Hustler, or either -to renew their subscription, and are just waiting to see which of the contestants will be first to ask them for it. Several hundred subscribers are in arrears for one or more years and will be glad br the opportunity to Tenew,' their sub scription through the contestants, because at the same time the subscriber wil lbe paying for his subscription, and will be assisting the contestants to win the handsome $400.00 Piano or one of the other prizes. - TO THE SUBSCRIBERS. . To pay a paper bill in advance is not to lose money.-.On the contrary it fa a nadyantage. When you are paid in advance, your , paper comes to you1 each week, and you are never, bothered with statements. Isn't it better, to do in ten minutes what you would otherwise take some time to do. Think of the time you save." ; " . ' - 7 ' v '"7' W: - 7.7' Look over the list of contestatns who helo one or more of them by paving them your subscrintion for one. twd or fire years. You .may be the cause of one some piano, and then remember, some mor. uiance over the. list or contestants orinten above and then mail vour i 'suDscnpuon money .to: your .cnoice. - . To ereij contestant who brings in Ten Dollars in subscriptions by - next j turday night, November, 18th, we will give 5,000 free votes. Every con- estants. should make an effort to send A SPECIAL A special prize wil lbe offered-tothe .next issue of the Hustler an dsee what "win oe offered from week to week and alone, not to mention the big prizesv77 WHO WILL HEAD The Contest Manager is wondering ist next week. Let the friend a of everv contestant ?e buav and see that eir favorite heads the list. Some of ers see that your friend wins the FLAT ROCK. If. iss Sallie Patton 6,025 . EAST FLAT ROCK, If. C. r iss Esmeralda Williams. . K Ono liss Ella Pace . -. . : . . . 1 000 FLAT BOCK. rBunt 1 iss Nellie Stepp 1,000 fSss Nannie Garrett.. 1,000 HORSE SHOP. IT. r. joaggie JJuncan. . . ...... Min ir rw . fi ir. . -" 1,000 1,000 L000 4,500 1,000 1,000 1,000 a ary is.ate Gash. ....... EDXEYYILLTL Tf. iss Sue Justus 183 Frances Townsend. . . . ' ( u Blanche Case im.LS PTVt?t ir n :lS3 Gertie Kerns.. .. ..V . isi Reba Fields.... .... k. t FLETCHJER, K. C" p Jennie Rhymer.... .. ... 8,025 vi$!iMm new 00.C0 Cote npr aJICH TIRO ATI TTTTCtt i?T t..B- i j EAL STORE for the next fe w day8. Everybody Is invited to call see the first Grand Prize of the Hu stler Yotlngr Contest Pick your con pttat to win the piano bow. - " SCALE OF . Renewal yjs. 1,000 votes 2,500 " 4,000 " ' 5,500 " " 7,500 " 18,000 ' 40,000 65,000 v. Subject to change without p V. L. LOEHR, contest Manager,.- American Mercantile Co., Contest -Managers, Jacksonville, Fla. ft kAb & Nominating Coupon 1,000 Votes ' nate M. ..' ........ " S. . boated liy. . . The noininator's, nam will on nomination coupon credited to a candidate". . WmfllfSfli1 mt.0mnm mm mm.m mm mm. m 0m4mfmlimm.im mms. mm '"T13 .v ti ti b ft 1 Ill kA have entered the . contest, and then of the 'cntestants wining the haxsd- day they may be. able to return the r - tv ; in $10 and win this bonus. ; , - ' PEIZE. :-;7 - ; ' '-'; - j -contestants next. week Watch the this prize will be. Additional prizes ; these prizes are worth working tor ; - '-7-- ; : 7 7.. 7; ; w . : THE LIST- r:: which of the contestants will head the ! the contestants are going.to.be, happy First'Grand Prize. ; 7 DENDERSONYILLE, H. C. Mrs. Mattie Candler Mrs." W. B. W. Howe. . ... .v. . Miss Helena Morris. .. ....... Miss Daisy Jones.... ..' ...... 3,100 1,000 1,000 6,000 1,000 .1,000 ; 3,300 Miss Beulah Williams.... .. Miss Cling Aiken. ..... . . . Miss Lizzie Dotson .... , . . . . HEITOERSOITYILLE, ROUTE L Miss Essie Pace. . . . . . ... . . . . 1,000 Miss May Waters. . . . y. . . .... 1,000 HEXDERSOXYILLE. ROUTE 2, Miss Sibbie Hogerg . . . . 7,600 Miss Ella Lowrence. . . . . . . . . . .3,400 HENDERSOJfTILLE, ROUTE 4. Miss Isabel Blythe. . ... . . s. . . 1,000 HEKDEESOITYILLE, ROUTE 5 Miss Tommie Lane..; . ....... 1050 - - BAT C ATE, K. C. Claude Freeman . : . ' ...... . . . f 1,000 Mrs. J. T. Freeman. ... . . i . ... 1,000 Ight plano.to be given away by THE BVrlTJ In lo arA wfll Iia nla.tH TOTES, New 2,000 votes : - 5,000 ; 8,000 11,000 15,000 t 36,000 " 80,000 130,000 . ( notice. ' State ' ' not be "divulged under any circum- . HEW PASTOR TOIL IIETHOMST. - Rev. A. L Stanford Assise i to Hen dersonyIIIe StstionPartlr.l LI i . cf Conference Appointments. r Rev. J. '. W. Moore former pastor of the First Methcdist church of this city was appointed at the recent-Western North Carolina .Conference at States ville, to fill -the pulpit of the First Methodist church at Salisbury for the comlngiCphfereiiceyear.'-:, i.' '' ' Rev. &v L. Stanford has been assign ed to the First Methodist - church cf thig city. . Rev. Standf ord is a com paratively .young man and has an ex celled " -ordaa a preacher.. He has -just co.. . :-d fouryears of valuable services. rin tlie FiTst Methodist church ai ; Lexineton. The : members nf Ahtt local church ;wiU--rwelcomei thVri&w pastor with open anns, - though "they regret very much that it was necessary to give up Mr. Moore : .-. Rev. Moore has done a great deal of good invthis city and he will be missed by; manyj t When . entering' upca the duties of this charge fourjSypars ago there wag not q.uite 200; members. The enrollment now Is almost'; 400 makinsr a fine showing curing the time .he wis in this city. !V. - - Ashevllle DIstrlclAl- - : Presiding Elder D. Atkinaii 7 - Pnni.Al f - TXT .1-1 J ' '"J? : Haywood St. W. A.NeweUl: 7 ' North Asheville--W. E. Poovey. 4 - " Bald Creek " and, y HuntdaleW.- ii Edwards. 1 :.-''"v-.'.. ' ; ' : Blltmore and Mount Pleasant J, J. Barker .C. E. Diipont. ' Black Mountain . station W. ' G. Mallonee. -. ' -:-: : :'- r- . , Burns ville station J. A. Fry. . ' . , . Henderson circuit J. A. Lathan. Flat Rock and Tuxedo W. L. Shel-tbn:-:. - Hendersonville stationA. . Li. Stan ford; t ' V '.'-.v; Hot Springs To he supplied. : Marshall E. B. Stabler. - :' Mara Hill L." H. Qritath. ; C. J MicavIIle O. M. Harris Swannanoa circuit R. F. Hunnicutt. ' Try on and Saluda E. O. Smithdeal. Weaverville : station P. A. Hanley, E. C. Qibbs. -. . Weaverville circultJ. R. Warren, supply. .V; : i-vv'r. -: Conference Missionary to Cuba R. j-.Prker.; :; rfr ; Tfaynesvllle District. . I: -Presiding' E2derL. TI Cordell , : " Brevard ciTcnit--C. M. Carpenter, Brevard station L. D; Thompson. Bethel T. S. Coble. Canton C. S Kirkpatrick. v 4 v -''Clyde circuit C. L. McCain.; V , Haywood station J. W. Vick. Jonathan R. C- Kirk. " Leicester J. H. Green. - ; zj Miss River-J-J. A. Groce. Pines Creek C. E. Stedman Spring Creek H. F. Starr. Sulphur Springs-J. .W. Campbell. , Waynesville station M. F. Moores. Wets Asheville-'-T. E. Barnhardt. Conf ernce Missionary to Korea M. B Stokes. : -' ' ' ' ; .; . WOODMEN MEET. Over One Hnndred Members GiveYls itors Royal Reception, ' Seldom has more enthusiasm been shown at a 'secret organization meet ing' as that shown Thursday night at the Woodmen of the , World hall, -.vhen about one hundred members gathered to greet several distinguished guest of the evening. . Col. B. W. Jewel chairman of th finance committtee of, Omaha, Neb., was one of the principal speakers. He gave a very interesting talk to which the closest attention was givtn by the local members.- - State Manager E. B. Lewis, of Win ston, N. C, who by the way is, a very popular- v Woodman, - gave some inter esting facts about the Woodmen of the World in this state. ' Hendersonville prides herself on" having one of the livest Woodmen camps I nthe state and a royal recep tion was given the distinguished visi tors during the evening. - : . ; " , ; CITIL COURT CONVENES. Many Cases on "Docket Many to be ;. Disposed v of Tbis Term. ; r ; Civil : term of Superior court con vened here last Monday for a two weeks', session. Judge B: F. Long of Statesville presides. A large docket has been prepared and it is thought that quite a' number of long standing cases will be disposed of at this term of court. ' ; ;.' -"'''. 7 The lawyers t)f the-city are. all at tending "sessions of the court. - Many of, the cases areof particular interest involving many fine technical points. , Solicitor A. Hall Johnson of Mari on, N. C was in the city attending court Monday and Tuesday. He re turned to Asheville Tuesday evening.: TO MARK CROSS ROADS. Conrpany Volunteers to Give Service In This County. That Henderson . county wiirhave a sign post on every cross road on the main Hendersonville-Greenville high way and a free write op in the Tourist, guide for autoist is the Delier.or-Jf; F. Patton who has been in communica tion with - a party of ;' tourist touring the South in an automobile in the in terest of the magazine -published by the Goodrich Road Marker Company. 1 If this arrangement shall he perfect ed it will not cost the county one cent and It wil be of untold Dennt to the county and elty. PERSONAL HENTIO. Mrs. J. D. Boyd hs returned from a trip in Laurens, S. C. - , f Mrs. G. G. Hyder left;iast week for a short visit to Charlotte. - - Mrs". Chas. H.'Whitaker spent Tues day in Asheville." . " F. E. . Durfee has returned from L'tatesville where he attended the Method ist conference. : II. C. Duffy has returned from a trip ip the western states. - '..Solicitor -Robert R. Reynolds cf Asheville, was in town Saturday, He hid been to Brevard: attending court. , : Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Litsworth cf .Canton, O., are at the , Kentucky Home. for. the . winter! . ' ;L -. - Be sure to go to the oyster ' suDDer given by the -ladies of the First Bap- vise ciiuxca ior tne Denent or the Fruitland -Institute November 28th. . - CTherewill be regular services at the Baptist ch urcbT' Sunday. -Th church -worki WHl resume its regular course after several weeks delay on account of . the building of the. new church.' yt.-lX -Durham and Chas.- R. Whitaker returned Sunday from a weeks hunt ing trip in the Smoky -mountains. They report having killed four deer and saw many tracks of bear. Two of the deer were ' brought home. One weighed oyer 150 pounds -.. ; - The ladies of the Baptist church will give an oyster; supper Tuesday, Nov ember, zsth, for the benefit -of Fruit land Institution The supper will be held in-the bid stand formerly occu pied by Whitaker's book store. The public is cordially Invited ; to pMTtici pate ' M. M. ; Shepherd ; IsN advertising a beautiful upright piano for. sale In this Issue of the paper. A Mrf Shepherd will have the piano auctioned off In front of thecourt house next Saturday. Those; who. desire to get a . bargain should not fail to be on time. , . 'VT'V :. ' ...;" : ,; y- ' " , Perhaps-the largest pumpkin ever Bhown ,In this county and the lafgest Mtfin LjfTiiny-people pf the icouhty was the monstrous vegetable, at the Dana fair by R; M. Rogers of this county. Mr. Rogers won first prize with his exhloit. ". - ' r,r;;.y i The Tetail t merchants' association gave an oyster, supper in the city hall last Wednesday night: A large num ber of members were present. The regular ; routine of business was -also dispensed with. . V ; : The new restaurant owned' by Miss Nettie LeGrand and J. T. Boyd opens formerly Saturday, evening.. It is here that one can get oysters cooked in any style and also many. of the dainty dishes served in all the famous -dairy lunch counters. " A private dining room has been fitted up and the, place as a whole is a most up-to-date restau rant: - v'. ' ' ' LOST $440. t Pas senders Startles the Katlves With Loss of Money. The clerks and agent at the South ern depot were startled last Monday morning when -the Carolina Special arrived at. the Southern depot and a man jushed up to the telegraph opera tor and exclaimed vthat he had left a pocket book containing $440 on the window silLin the Asheville depot. The operator was asked to wire back to Asheville to see if the missing pock etbook could be found. y - The excited passenger stated that he had been in a hurry to get his baggage checked and had thoughtlessly left his" pocket book Is the window.' It was not learned here whether he received his lost money or not. ; He returned on the next train to Asheville. - ' : ;';" Real Estate Deals. V ; , In another, part of this Issue will be found the many, transactions in real estate 'made by one of the' city's livesjt concerns, The Wanteska Trust and Banking company. This firm has a steady growth and has become one of the strongest financial Institutions of the. city. v. ;: HEARING COMPLETION. ; First Baptist Church Almost Complete. . Will Hold Services Next Sunday. The work of renovating the First Baptist Church In this city Is Tapidly nearlng completion. The first services since starting the remodeling will be held . Sunday. While the building is not complete it is thought that. things will be in shape enough to hold the. services. - New pews and a considera ble amount of nalnting is yet to be placed In the interior- : ; V ; - '. When the church is completed . the members will hold a v.cek services an nouncing the-forma j i opening ot one, of the handsomest church buildings in the. city. -, V v. '''; ;' '....;:;- ;;;; '- ;' ';. Note of. Thanks. ; : "-i We wish to" thank the many friends who were so thoughtful and kind to us during the recent bereavement in our family. ' - - -. v c. E. Brooks and Children. 1 1 u Ci3 S - :l It E.- il !i if A II O E D : - . ' - : -; 0ill-l!l:flPH11lI irahd Success for; .first Instrumental Dana Fair is over. With the clos- ing events ; of ; last Thursday's pro- grain, .the great Dana fair which has been heralded in every part of the county came to a close. There 'were full, more "than a thousand visiting farmers and their family on the fair grounds": during the ' two days. In spite "of the bad roads and threatening weather sturdy farmers carried their exhibits to thenfair. They. -realized the efforts of ; the Blue Ridge settlers in placing before the people their first fair and were, willing to join hands in making It ar grand success. - - " The people of Blue Ridge township and others who .aided In, making the fair a success deserve the commenda tion of the entire country for the faith ful and efficient manner in which the fair was conducted. ; There was nothing- on the ; grounds to mar the pleas ures of the visitors-' The conduct was excellent. - , , ; To enumerate special mentions - in each department would take too much space. To say the , least the exhibits were all - a . credit to. the county" and were thoroughly ; appreciated by: the visitors. , , . ' - Future Plansi -;! AJready plans have been suggested by which two of the leading townships of the county will combine in making Dana fair a success; next year. The result this uyear has ? brought to: bear moreforceably- the aims 'and accom plishments of a county - fair and the people of the county are heartily In favor ofitV io V.-' The fact 'that the , Association came out well financially In ? spite of the small crowds makes itan assured fact that a larger; fair association in this county would &e . a paying invest-' ment. besldes&Uiag' materially.-lni the betterment of the farmers of this county, in agricultural and stock rais ing; - ;.. ; ; ; Success Due to Wives. . Too much praise cannot be bestow ed upon the Ladies' Home Improye metn. Society of Blue :Ridge.- It was with this organization .that th e first idea of-a Dana fair originated. They first thought, of a plan by which - the works of the Society could be shown the public. -- - - .-y A :. The husbands, of these wives 'ex panded upon the ideas and as a re sult during the past week the people of the county have witnessed one of the best displayed and managed town ship fairs held in the state. A list of the prizes and the winners have - been ;; kindly furnished this pa per by the efficient secretary, Mr. R. E. Ward. They are as follows: Ladles Department of Ladles Home v. .' , Improvement Society Best lqaf of wheat, bread, Mrs. Eula Allison. : .' ;";-; .;;'; - v' 4 - Best loaf of corn bread, Mrs. June Ward. ; :;;-":.,"' v Best plain biscuit, Nellie Byers. : . (Best dozen eggs,-Mrs. SamuelfRau. 'Best Ginger bread, Bobie Lee Pace, Lula Edwards. , . - . Cocoanut Cakes rEssie Pace, Edith Pace, Julia Case. -V.;;';'-;;;;; ;-,:;:. ' Best Collection Cakes, Julia' Case. Bets, home made butter,;' Mrs. B. F. Pace. '; ':' -;,r : , '- - '; ::: :.fv-:'' ' Best home made preserves (apple) Mrs. T. J. Waters.. Best display home made jelly, Perly Byers. '' - -:; -:j Best display home made catsup J Essie Pace Best peck home dried apples JLllla ; Ward. :,'''v'7. '.' . ;.-"- .'7 :--,;.';; Best fudge, Eula Alison. ; , ; ; Best display V pantry supplies," Mrs. Julia Case. ' I Second best display pantry supplies, Essie Pace . Best apple Jelly, Telitha Ward. APPLES WILL BE EXHIBITED. AskCd That a Display be Sent the Na---'Jt-:' tlonal Apple Show. . One of thV direct results of . the Dana fair can best be seen in the fact that a display of ,' the , apples shown at the fair attracted i so 'much attention that the assistant inspector! of the Depart ment in Washington and. in Raleigh who wasone of the judges in the Agri cultural exhibits has; suggested that a collection ; of the - same apples be for warded; to t. ; Joseph, Mo., at the Na tional Apple Show. Y ; 7 7- " . That an exhibit be requested 'to be sent: to . the National show Is no small item in favor of Henderson county. Hon. A. Cannon Is of the opinion that Henderstn county will capture some of the valuable prizes offered ,by th Na tional Apple" Growers association. 7 7: -r. ::S OffersDIamond Ring. 7 v 7 '-. : W. H. HawMns;& Eon, jewelers, are going to ' give "away .one of the most beautiful diamond rings ever shown 4n this : city; Full particulars will ap pear from the presses of the Hustler company in a few days. Call at the store and get full particulars. With every ' one dollar purchase a coupon ;Tovnship: FairWivec in organizing. 1 S Best half gallon sbrgum. Mrs. H. K. Pace.' -v ' ' . , Best plain cakeEstella Ward. ,t Best citron preserves, Nanie Garret ' Best' can of pickled beets, Mrs. C--C- Hyder. ,w - . v ; Best fried chicken Mrs. Eula Alison Best ; glass 4 tomatoes, Mrs. . -Beji Frazier..'''1' -"v A Best cucumber pickles, Mrs. J. Cas. . Best bottelf tomato catsup, Hra.--Jm"'' Case, f-. -; ..." , - . Best nalr wool : sox. Telitha Ward. Best display ' of box of flowers,' Mrs-' T.'J Waters Perlie Ward. , ; ' Best chrysanthemum flower., Estell -Ward. ? ' i'-;'-v . - - r Second best : chrysanthemum fioVet "i juiia jase.- - , .. , Prettiest baby, Grace Garren. , - - ' Apples. T. J. Waters (Shockly) 1st prize ; J K. Hill (Ben Davis) 1st prize!' June Ward (Ben Davis) 2nd prize; LSlEs Ward (Limbertwig) : 1st prize; J. U. Hyder. (LImbertwig) 2nd prize; Caa- . uel Raue (Stein) 1st prize; P. T Warsl (Senator) 1st "prize; Stayman Winesap by J K. Hill, 1st prize; J. K. Hin (Kinard) 1st prize ;-J. K. Hill (Carlia) 1st C prize ; J. K. Hill ( Winesap) let prize;; ' Jacob vLyda; ' (Winesap) 2s4 prize; J K. Hill (Rome' Beauty) lxt r prize; Jacob Lyda (Rome Beauty) 2n3. prize; J. K. Hill (Red Pippin) 1st prize; Jacob Lyda (Green Pippin) l&tc Jacob Lyda (Gano) 1st prize; ' Jacc2 Lyda : (Comae) 2nd prize; Roe Lya (Comae) il st prize; f Jacob- Lyda XL Black, Twig : Ark Black; Royal IAsi bertwig;' Mountain' Bottan : Unknowns J Jonathan fAf .Limberiwig) 1st prize! ' ;r-- --;:;ern.t-. -; r: -'. R. M. Rodgers "(white) 1st, prize., - ; i T. J.Waters (white Snd, prize, 7 i B F. Pace (yellow) 1st prize. -1 . -. s Dr. J. A. Frazier (yellow) 2nd prlrs - Ns-v"---Wiieat-' -' Robert E. Ward,' 1st prize. - v "h ;1- - Rye. : 7 r:- Robert E. Ward, 1st prize. ; -J. H. Hyder second prize. Potatoes Sweet. -A. P. Case, 1st; R. M. Rodgers 2x. , rotatoes lrisiu J. H. Hyder 1st prize. Pumpkin R. M.T Rogers, 1st prize. Pepper H. K. Pace, 1st prize. Rutabagas Robert Brown 1st prize. Poultry - - . R. E. Ward, brown leghorn Igt cockrel ; Samuel Rau, barred PlymcfSt Rock,. 1st nnd 2nd pullet; J. A. FraHer , Rhode Island Reds, 1st' pullet; B. R Pace Rhode; Island .Red, 1st cotk; Jenathan Case, White Plymoth Rock. 1st and second pullet and 1st an4 second hen. ; : ; ,7 Cattle. Jonathan Case, best bull over 1 year old; J. M. McCalop, 2nd best bull over . 1 year old; T. P. Sorrett, best bull a der 1.: year P. T. Ward best hetTer over 1 year old; R. E. Ward, 2nd fees heifer over; one year; J. H. .HyCetw best heifer under 1 year ; H. K. Pace, ' best cow.. ; 7 K . 7'v" i -77 77"i HogS. ''C:; 2nd best sow and V pigs, J. H. Hyto; best hog at fair, Voley Lanning;r 2r5 ' best hog at fair, H.- K. Pace.' , Prize given by . Peoples " NatlossI Bank r Best corn; R. M. Rogers; best -Irish potatoes; J. H. Hyder; best sweet potatoes, A. P. Case, - - 7 .7- ' Given by First National Bank for best : display . of greatest variety ana most artistically arranged collectsssa agriculture, individual exhibit : H. X. Ward 1st; H. K. Pace, 2nd. , Best mercantile display by Famsrc Supply Co. - 1 7 '' ; Best commercial display caused fruits and vegetables by manufacfcsxtv Jonathan Case. . 4 c ; . - v ' Horses Strayed Off. ; The milk wagon of J. H: Jordan dis appeared last week from the front cf . Oat Orr's house where It was left stssul ing' by; the driver. The horses fiU a very unusual thing when they waited ox for a distance of about three tiZLes into Mr. Reeds barn . lot, near Flit Reck. 7 ; Mr. Orr - became . alannetl ; when" he found his team gone and fce-'7 gan a search. He : had the police cT , this city to phone to Saluda and her near by towns for his missing teari- -I-ater in the day it was discovered thxt the horses had wandered to Flat Hncli . where they knew they were accustom ed . to ; finding.; food. 7 A remarknil thing was that not a scratch was tszn . on the wagon durihg the journey., I , 7 77 ; 7 McCnlloeh-Barber. - 'Invitations reading as follows lavo been issued: " : . ' W Mrsr Joseph Matthew McCulloch b vites you to be present at the marrlagB of her daughter Percha.vto Mr. Amrlt age Farry. Barber-Wednesday evesiss ' November 22; at .8 oclock. First rs?- tlst church'Hendersonville, N. CL will be given away. - The contest I3 last from now till Xmas.