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: - . ' - ;' v.:.. I ' 'H-: Wii,' ' Was Secu . . '. . . - ' o' . ' ' - ' ' : ..-'. , . .....- ..... -. . , . - i ' .' . ...... .... . ....... : : 1 Wholesale and Retail Lumber & Builders' Supplies Our Motto "QUALITY WINS" - , Our Advertisement "A' Satisfied Customer" Our Customers' Come Back . PHONE 231 HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. ELSEL - - J Manufacturer of SHEET METAL WORK , " Contracts taken for Slate, tin, tile and asbestos roofing. Gutters, valleys, ridges, and hip caps out of any kind of ma terial you wish; ' . We handle a full line of p aints, stains, varnishes and painters supplies. Repair Work a Specialty Prices Reasonable Expert Workmen Phone 362 HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. The Largest Stock of Hardware in Henderson County to pick from v We carry in stock' pome of everything we have nearly ever had a call for in Hardware. . We have pleased manX and want to please you: Agents for Cortright Tin shingles. Headquarters for the carpenters. Farmers Hardware & Supply Company Below the Depot R. M. OATES, Manager M. D. PEDEN, Treasurer t L II IE DP II II 11 ,i Mmibnnng9 w 1 Dealers in Everything Electrical "Except the Shock" HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. . CONTRACTOR We Carry in Stock: Bathtubs, Water Closets I Lead and Iron Pipes Force and Lift Pumps Terra Cotta Pipes and Fittings REPAIR WORK A SPECIAL Skilled Workmen Reasonable Prices ESTIMATES GHtFRFULLY GIVERS OM ALL WORK Main Street M : Hendersonville, N. C. With property holdings $36,000 and with a canVf commodatins: sixtv hM:j Fassifern, .a home school will open most auspicionai ber 7 with fifty-nine bl dozen or more day pupils euro f Prospects for a more SJ 1 J nl . , .. t-uum uwu uc cApeutea, the scIid aerement and thft npnni " ville, who by their co-nn0l cAyiBsscu greac connaence in stitution. hem? Nine States Represents The advantages Fassifern Hendersonville in an advertisjj are indicated by the wide J territory to be representei having been enrolled from th Ing nine states: North CarolW uaroima,, jpioiiaa, ueorgia T; massacnuseus, iew Hampshjn ana, Mississippi. It is encours know that at least four moved to Hendersonville to t vantage of tne superb clM the excellent training to be! Fassifern. They are: Mrs. m daughter, of vevay, Ind. Mrs and daughter, Vicksburg, Mite.1 Bryan and family, Taft, s. C- King Couper and daughter, Sj hurg. The high ' estimation in m former students of Fassifern w institution, although it has chal location from Lincolnton, is d the enrollment of thirty-four forty old pupils. The Location. , Fassifern is splendidly loc the northern part of the d beautiful eminence on the i road, . being the Caldwell M property. Cameron hall is three story structure. The lot or basement contains the gyf hall with heating plant. The floor consists of class rooms; is. composed of twenty tW rooms. A covered passage: from. Cameron hall to the old which has-been considerably! ed. and enlarged. On the first this building will be found fbs library, some, bed rooms, kite! dining room. The second ft tains about twenty-five ' befl The buildings are admirably to school purposes and are con Iy located away from the noisl city .though withm a few Walk of the postoffice. History of Institution, Fassifern was opened -in 1907, in Lincolnton, N. C. Ti ber. of hoarding pupils was lit fifteen, and within a month ana ing day the limit had been! During the seven years oi m the institution has met witi erowth and has established at; Ue reputation f or its thorough shown by the fact that it is act by the association of boumt lesres and '.by the University o! Carolina. It prepares for But and other colleges of high m Fassifern was established t Kate C. Shipp and Mrs. Anna Bee, sisters of the late Attorn! lett Shipp of Hendersonui. rifl.ii enters of the late Supentf Judge William E. Shipp, a fori ident qf Hendersonville. . WhP-rT nnnoucement was winter that the management moving the school from i tt j l rpnnle. Wffi r. f the irilnp nf thlS IK' busied themselves with the. raj it was 'decided to locate mj despite flattering offers n a nf iho ritV was El as a result the stockholder below subscribed for the : WJ shares of stock, par value ! set opposite their names. Fassifern was incorporated' following officers: . ; Vice president,' R. M. OatJ secreiary-uedoui- , Following is Fassifern s Ulty The Faculty., Miss Kate C. Shipp and j O. McBee, principals. J . Miss Caroline A. Hooper. H principal. , pDt Academic flepartnie Miss Kate c (Teacher's diploma, aDJU S Miss Margaret Coffey c"r,ia(i3: teacher suy oi licic,, -nTr, v ma, uamorms w 1904; Paris, iw, "'Vr-at- Holiday coulee. -; ig and German, St. Alb cno-ianrl- . teacher r x - Latin m high Bchoo.. Pre- 1906-'09; teacher-- i Miss Carolinp Head history, geography. olie ic department, &nV,;:nt Ga., 1906-09; as falu Saints' school. - ,44.) .