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-id n: ADVAIIC SPECIAL BARGAINS livery 0dy yeSeirChea xi'i: :::: :::: 1:1 : zrr -ZI - '''"T DO. :they AliE titt tHt tiWt--A ttw . : - a a : .. t ' " i- sr i i ' i i i f ' i m l ' n. m i bi ' in i i --. s m t i s i , t i . -j v i - . s t - t a , m m m s - ft a . a , . . m h a . m-. ai . a 'i ai a - ' a t . - .- .- -i : . - v .& - t v . 'i- amanaiaa , i a .. at v - . A 'Reai'Hive of Specials in Cotton 10 c 39 in Sheeting at only 5c yard 39 in. Sheeting value ;at only Best Calico' 6c v value . at only 5c'.ydlV':" 36 in. Pa jam rn a Ghecks, 1 2; 1 -2c value at 10c Best Outing 10c value at only. 8 1 -3c Best 10c; Flannelette, Special 8 1-3 36 in. Percal, 12. l-2c value, Special 10c yd. ; SIM CM Fine wmt er Ladies-fine ' all-xfdb! jbal4 latest 'ieiMijk :-, $15 value at only $9.9S ' r Ladies Black Brpa GlotK 52 inch Coa'tsV $5.66; value; ' :"-.-':---V,--Spcial"$2.96 eacK-C:-" . :i -V- ' f r .Misses WooIPljiid joats $3 50 value, Social $2.9S 1: wl Teri 8 'Coati- $2.50 value; $1 98 : - : We v Sell llradex Life ; Shbe 4v Low Prices Ladies Vici and Gun Metal Butts shoes, $3-50 value Ladies Vici and Gun Metal Shoes, $3 value UUK PRICE $2,50 Ladies Vest and Pants extra Heavy, 25c value, Special 19c eadlf Ladies ribberJ nnrl f Io. ed Undershirts and ' Pants. 50c value Men's : heavy fleeced Undershirts, 50c value Special 39c Children's 5c; LJnion Suits 19 c Sd ecial Main Street XJT u i P ID) I Hendersonville. N.P t you tail tOread them it's, going to be your' loss. Something It makes us feel good if you tell us you saw it in our - advertise- of the real bargains we offer. . So be on the lookout ! unusual, if you appreciate live bargains-you'll come. nien - we are .only Human. - v ' - , - - v a r - 1 - - " ' .11! -- - . . . . , , A- . i , . - . --Ill , --HIT mmmmim0imm ma. i . ,, , n .J- J - -- " - :,.';.?' -! I - L - ' - .n ,, ' " , - I 1 jr" rr siwterl &ir the City ' . BendekdnvilM is- r 7 city s . i Thai for any person, firrri pr corpo ration to use- water rorh . the wacer supply arter naving . received notice that the water service charge of the pfececling rnonth femaitis" ; uh paicl iahd.ho. shall neglect fo; pay sjaid past due; water bill and continue tKe use of the city s water after said notice shall be guilty of a misde- meahpt and upon cbnyiction before to A ..NEW FERTILIZER FORMULA -V - FOR USE IN MOUNTAINS.' Those farmers who want m iiRf a complete, fertilizer for small; grain this fell, and find those mixtures contain ing potash too hieh 1n nrice. the following acre mixture with vpt? satisfactory results. esDeciallv- in ths piedmont and mountain sections of the state "where-the soils contain V bigh percentage bf insoluble potash: 600. ids of ground limestone or marl 300 lbs of 16 acid phosphate and. 100 ids of cotton seed meal or fish scrapj or 60 lbs of -dried blood. This mixture will contain from 480 to 540 lbs of lime.or 6alcium carbonate about 50 lbs of available - Dhosnhate. .. m . m m 1 S-C ' m mm . . ana aDout io& or avaiiaDie nitrogen witlv a small amount of Dotash if the cotton seesi meal Is sed. For best re sults this entire amount should go on an acre.' " - - In addition to suDDlviner an essential plant food in itself, the lime will react with t.h insoluhlft notash. : nhosnhatp. and nitrogen . of the soil and rende? a DOrtlon of these elements available for the srowing crop. Indeed, lime is now looked UDon as a real fertilizer for all crops, and especially those of "the le-r gume family, such as the clovers, alfal-' fa. oeaa. beans, vetches, and so fln-- , - Tne uommissioner of Agricultnre ground jimestoije.and marl at the low-; sr possiDJe cost, Dut tney must . get their orders in early to get them filled on. time. . - Approved : "J AS. L. BURGESS, W; A. GRAHAM, State Agronomist. Commissioner of Agriculture. . r Hendersbnyille. N. C. Accredited by the University of N. C, and theouthern Association - of Colleges. Open September- 7 asXBi-X"" ' ' 1 7" - ';.-. Preparatory Department will be opened with the new term. Z .. ?or catalogue and for terms to day' pupils, apply tojW principal:!" 'V Miss; Kate OfShipp : ; I i . : - stir. .? .ii: S-2f y it TkeCkeMest Own . r subject the Mayor shall ' be ;'j ;V y fine 6fX $5(1 arid PRICES FOR PUFFS, The" editor of an Eastern paper who thinks he has done enough' free ad vertising,;, has evolved v the following scale of prices for puffst . For telling the public that a man la a successful citizen, when everybodr knows he is as lazy as a. hired man. $2.70. -;. v . Refeyfing..to aeceased citizen as 'one who is , mourned bv the entire community, when he . will only be mjssad by the poker circle; ? 10.13. - Referring to. one as "a hero -and a man of couraee - and one who "will J r a. n . ii. i . - . v . m v m -. I !f stana Dy 'xus nonest convictions. - wnen everybody , knows-he is a moral cow ard and would sen out for thirty, cents. Referring to some gallavatin! female as- an estimaDie lady whom -It Is a pleasure to v meet And - know.' when eyery gentleman . in" town would fh- er see saian coming. s.iu. . Calling an. ordinary pulpit orator fart CTTlinOTlf Hfirlria ' Crt .n i " " - -' ' . For sendins: a douehtv- sinner ic neaven uy tne oDituary route, Referring to a: deceased merchant wr.o -never advertised In his., lif e as a. progressive citizen," $4,99. W'-' eChewid - . V, JJ; '.T nnr-s - r . N 5c..the packet.or two "Boba" for a cent at all the better stands arid stores. jF J of cl : . -". Oi apng "gum .candy. ;r?:-. ireisli and oann-jwi- -: ' - e Ve of the heart is fe happiest kVuen 1 'i M And otner s too numerous - to;, men turn. - - .