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PAGE sevztp. --rr WANTED at Kearns jOAKUJ. furnished cabin for H0USe. .A1SO S-17-Ktn rent, cmm11 x ' y ' . At t n wn fif easy terms; $600. Noab Hoi ILBrevard. 83 tfo .YoiTROrBLED With aiosqnl. ms and other insects. Get a ESe Frierson's Fly Driver and In- bottle fmm TTnntAr'a pharmacy, it has not poisonous. a pleasing odor. 7-27-tfe T7i OB EXCHANGE BeanU ,,Yi borne 5 miles east of Henderson- T Box 626 City. 8-17-5tc TbE5T Fire room house witt I" rrMrA avenue TCast. IIZ.KI per month Call 233-L. 8-3-tfc -rTX--TTTo steam heated flats, ork rold water, with basement cnace Also eight room house op hite Methodist church. See Dr. Mor 8'3'tfc rnn stLE Two Fourth Avenue lots nuDosite Marshall Bridges': $335. $365- Satisfactory terms. Noah Hol loweil. Brevard. 8-3tfc wiMEP Boarders at "Houston Heights " one half mile from city on Horse Shoe drive. One block from car line- Good home cooking. Fresh vegetables, milk and butter. Write in r C Marshall, Hendersonville, M3; C ; R. F.D1 7-20-tfc FOR S LE One heifer 12 months old, large for age and three-fourths Jer sey? Will make fine milch cow. Price $40.00. Also one two-seated Studebaker carriage with pole and shafts. In good condition. Price 0 00 Wm. Lott. Flat Rock Road. 6-23-tfc SELECT PRIVATE BOARD Can be " be secured during winter very rea sonable at Mrs. W. J- Davis. Wasn inston street. 9-7-4tc Legal NOTICE. Having qualified as administratrix with the will annexed of Mrs. Rebec cah Eliza McDowell, before the clerk of the superior court of Henderson county, this is to notify all persons having claims against the estate to nresent them to the undersigned on or before August 25, 1917, or this noticeJ will be pleaded in bar of their recov ery. All persons indebted to said estate, will please make immediate payment. This the 24th day of August laib. BESSIE STEEDMAN, Administratrix with the will annexed. 8-24-6tc SiOTICE OF SERVICE OF SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION. State of North Carolina, County of Henderson. In the Superior Court, October Term, 1916. Berta Mills vs. T. M. Mills. The defendant above named will take notice that an action entitled as above has been commenced in the Superior Court of Henderson County, North Car olina to dissolve the bonds of matri mony existing between said plaintiff ttnd defendant, and for a decree of ab solute divorce on the grounds of forni cation and adultery on the part of the defendant; and the said defendant wilt further take notice that he is required to aflppear at the term of the Superior Court of said county to be held on the fourth Monday after the first Monday in September, 1916, it being the 2nd day of October, 1916, at the court nouse of said county in the city of Hencersonvillle, and answer or de-J mur to the complaint in said action, or tne plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in the com print. C. M. PACE. C. S. C. Henderson County,, N. C. J- F. Justice, Attorney for Plaintiff. 8-17-4tc EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Having qualified as executorss of the estate of (Mrs.) Anne M? Hanckel, de ceased, late of Flat Rock, Henderson bounty, North Carolina, , this is notify all persons having lH claims against the estate of said ceased to exhibit them to the under- -Jgned at the office of Jos. W. Barn ell in the city of Charieston, S. C VZl Or hpfnra 191, nr A,,mif 1Q17 nv wis notice will be pleaded in bar of J-eir recovery. All persons indebted V? Jne estate will please make imme diate manor, his August 12th. 1916. JOS. W BARNWSLL, Executor, ARTHUR LYNAH, Executor. 8-l7-6tc MORTGAGE SALE. By virtue of the power of sale con- jpett in a deed of trust executed by u- G. Ledbetter on July 20th. 1915 to flS undersigned trustee to secure the 'aaeotedness therein mentioned which deed of trust ib recorded in book iL47 at page Xo- 4 of the U -words of mortgages and Deeds of Trust for Hen- mSn County and default havn.g been ciSJi6 m the Payment of both the prin JPai and the interest of said ebt, and aavinp- v. , . ... n.. o uccu icqupg;ea o iO 0.0 uy ed ?nd h.oldei of the note mention- " iu i m v i w j. j a. a. t oil iCUlll 1 1 HHM I IT I ril JT I Will SHII iwi 1 nuse door in thj c?ly of 9 1 I 1 A 0n e ?onviIle. N- " Rt 12 o'clock - -, ... .... t . " W j . W J - tWi, . e hlet bidder for earn Lv,- j ng described prorty iu tloopers ' z iu Mooners ureK TCarolina. weaderson County. North S OS. 14 15. lit t.v it 9i f2 . m I 1 I ft 1 ISOTICE-rab Cnxi Street Property for sale, 280 feet iront, 454 feet deep, about tbree acres, condition fine and fertile. , About -' one hundred and fifty fruit trees, finest fruits; consist ing of apples, peaches, pears, cher ries, apricots, plums, himalaya ber ries, grapes; strawberries, etcTeras easy, if interested see or write G. C. Hampton, Hendersonville. N. C. v 6-8-tfc OPEN FOB BOARDERS JL1Y 4TH Edwards residence and Shamrock Cottage on Washington street. Two large lawns, plenty of porches and shade. For rates apply to Sirs. Nan Feaman at Edwards residence. 7-6-tf THE UNDERSIGNED can supply a limited amount of excellent milk in quantities of not less thrn one gal lon at a delivery. Red Briar Farm, Phone 113-L. " 8-10-tfc. FOR SALE Good seed wheat in any quantity. Call Henderson County Milling Company or f. C. Jordan. 8-25-tfc FOR &ALE ine Summer Home 1-4 mfe from town limit on Flat Rock Drive, 13 acres. 8 room hous also 5 room cottage. Apply to H. Hawkins, Hendersonville, K. C. J-31-6tp PIANO FOR SALE Mahogany, first class condition, practically new; price reasonable. Address P. O. Box 645 Asheville. N. C. 9-7-3tp POSITION WANTED. A middle-aged man, with experience and college training desires a position with some business firm in Hender sonville. Can furnish the best of references, and will work reasonable. Apply to' A. B. C. care of the Hustler. FOR SALE Two milk cws and one buggy horse. D. S. Pace. 9-7-tfc Notices i a shown by nay and surve y made by Dunlap & Rogers, dated Jme 1915, and same uuiy icuiucu iu rcvuiuci o viiiv.c Henderson County, N. C. Said sale being made to satisfy said debtSu interest and costs. This August 10th 1916. HUGH WALKER, Trustee. By E. W. Ewbank, Attorney. 8-17-4tc NOTICE OF SERVICE OF SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION. State of North Carolina, County of Henderson. ' ' In the Superior Court, October Term. 1916. Florence Elise Harvey ' ' vs. George W. Harvey. The defendant above named will ake notice that an action entitled as above has been commenced in the Su perior Court of Henderson County, North Carolina to dissolve the bonds of matrimony existing between. plain tiff and defendant, for an order grant ing unto said plaintiff the custody of their child, Ronnie LeRoy Harvey and for a decree 6f absolute divorce on the ground of fornication and adultery on the part of the defendant; and the said defendant will further take notice that he is required to appear at the term of the superior court of said county to be held on the Fourth Mon day after the first Monday in Septem ber, 1916, it being the 2nd day of Oc tober. 1916, at the court house of said county in the city of Hendersonville, N. C, and answer or demur to the complaint in said action, or the plain tiff will apply to the court for the re lief demanded in the complaint. This the 1st day of September. 1916. C. M. PACE, Clerk Superior Court. J. F. Justice, Attorney for Plaintiff. 9-7-4tc Jfotice of Dissolution of Partnership. Notice is hereby given that ,the part nership heretofore existing between A. E. Marshall and J. M. Barry has been dissolved by mutual consent. Tho business will be continued at the same place by Marshall & Cantre1! under the name of Blue Ridge Garage. The new firm assume all indebtedness of the old partnership .and all moneys owing to the partnership of Marshall & Barry are payable ,to Marshall & Cantrell. This 2nd day of Sept. 1916. J. M. BARRY, A. E. MARSHALL, 9-7-2tc. FOR SALE OR HIRE. A pair of combination harness and saddle horses, both sound and gentle, city broke, drive and ride well, afraid of nothing. To a reliable party will hire these horse's for their feed and keep for the winter months or will re purchase both aft same price next May if in good order. LEONARD PHINIZY, 9-7-3tp Flat Rock, N. C. NOTICE. I will sell to the highest bidder the Cross Rottds Public t School building on Monday, October 16, 1916 at 10 a. m. - The sale will take place at the cnhnni hniiiiine. All wDo are inter- ested are urged to be -present W. S. SHITLE, Secretary Board -of Education. - i4 - 2tc When temptations assail us and we are sore oppressed on every side, it is well for us to remember that "God's strength is always stronger than strong enough." There i3 ever a su perabundance of His strength, and no need of our lives can overtax it. Ex. f" ... ,J ... ., ...'. ". ....... . "15 1: -: . - v " ' WITH THE -X : I i Western Weeklies Andrews Men Organize Club. Andrews has taken another step forward. This time she hag broken the law of ' custom and a number , of her progressive men -have . organized themselves into an organization which they have named the Civic Club . of Andrews. The purpose of the club "is to promote civic improvements, and no other town in the state, we dare say. pan boast of such an organiza tion composed solely of men.. .The club already has plans for certain im portant improvements and with the" co-operation of the Woman's Club and Board of Trade will make Andrews the most beautiful town in the Btat We invite the' state to watch Andrews dress up. Andrews Strn. . - ; Special School Tax. Haywood county people will vote in November at the general election on the proposition of levying a special tax not to exceed ,ten cents for the school fund of the county. This was ordered by the board of commission ers at the session-this week, pursuant to a petition from the county hoard of education. Waynesville Cour , Still Knocking Asheville Paper. Say$ the Brevard News: The Waynesville Courier attributes the weirdness of some of the Asheville Citizens' stories .to the fact that the author is the discoverer of the fam ous subterranean ' rivers which once threatened to open and swallow Hen dersonville and the adjacent county." To which The News would suggest likelihood of the same authorship as that connected with the stories of thr falling of Caesar's Head and the smoking of Rumbling Bald mountain, which no doubt accounts for the un reasonable assertion that a dam built at the other end of Lake Foxaway would have made of Brevard nothing but a memoryi" Correct. And we believe it was the same authorship who a few years ago declared that there were four hundred vaear houses for rent in Asheville at the height of the tourist season in August while Hendersonviile was so fillPd that tourists there had to be cared for in camps at Laurel park. Waynes ville Courier. ' . , v Cherokee County Railroad Work. As the result of a rumor about town that the Hiawassee Vellay Rail road had been sold and that prepara- tions were being made to immediately Degin tne laying of steel thi3 news- paper called Col. Haigler, of Hayes ville, vice president okjthe road o 'er the telephone Wednesday. Col. Haig ler was asked if he could substantiate ecumor and -in reply he stated that no deal had been closed but that the prospects of the road were bright. When asked if he would care to say anything for publication he said, "You might say that the railroad's prospects are very bright Indeed, but up to this time a deal has not been made." An drews Sun. Crooked Wrk on Crooked Creek. Revenue Officer W. W. Neal. Sheriff Laughndge and Deputies Curtis and Duncan destroyed ' large illicit dis- ttiiery in- Crooked Creek township Tuesday. The plant, with a capacity of 153 gallons, was in operation when discovered by the officers. Marion Progress. - Salada's New Bank. Saluda has organized a new bank, capitalized at $10,000 fully paid. It ia to begin business at once, probably in a temporary home as it is said a beautiful new "bank buildine will be constructed at once. This gives Salu da two banks with total canital of $15,000. - Spartanburg people recognizing a ereat future for Saluda have taken a heavy interest in the new instituion. Tryon News-Bee. Polk Politics. The Democratic meeting, called by the Executive committee, to meet at Columbus, last Saturday, nominated J. T. Waldrop for Sheriff in the place of A. L. HilL who withdrew from the race on account of business interest he must give his time to. Mr. Wal drop is at present Chairman of the Board of county commissioners. Tryon News-Bee. " Employes Given OntJnfc. The management of the Champion Fibre company is being complimented on all sides for the handsome waviri which they engineered the celebration of Labor Day. on Monday September 4th. The proposition of the comoany to send two monster free excursions loaded down with Champion em ployees, families and friends, to Lake Junaluska. to enjoy a hig field day. picnic and celebration in honor of Labor's strone right arm., met with such an enthusiastic recention on the part of the recipients of the corpora tion's generosity that two loaded trains of ten . cars each were ldaded down with a total of about 1,600 peo- Die At least 400 others journeyed In automobiles and otherwise, making a crowd which wa conservatively es- timated at 2.000 spectators and partic ipants. Canton Observer. Road Work Stopped. More than 1200 men and over 200 teams were thrown out of employment in McDowell county last week when Lieut. Gotwals.- representative of the Ignited States government, appeared on the scene and ordered all the relief work stopped. The Federal relief ap propriations for the county 'amounted to about $12 000. It is not known as yet whether any further aid will he received from this source, but for t present all the road work has ceased. Marion Progress. Rural Credits -In McDowell. Mr. E. W. Culbreth, of- the State di vision of market andN rural credits, Radeigh, is here this week in the in terest of establishing rural credl unions in McDowell county. Mr. Cul breth.wili discuss the different phases of the rural credit system at the far mers' institute at Glenwood tomor row and at Ashef ord Friday. He will also speak, at Belfont Friday, night at 7 o clock. Interesting meetings were held at Qarden City and Stoudtown Wednesday.---Marion Progress. ' A Remarkable Capt William Wilson, of San Saba, Texas, who has been epending some time with his two sons. Dr. J. E. and Billy Wilson, and daughter, Mrs. Laura Justice, spent most of last week calling on his . many friends, outside his kinship. While he is in liis eighty-eighth year, he walks and gets around, seemingly with more ease than many men at sixty. To my sur prise, he can read ordinary print with out the use of glasses. I have known this grand old patriarch since my early childhood, and cap say without hesitation that I doubt if there is on earth today a man who has lived a cleafner and purer life than he. How many of the cigarette suckers and whiskey drinkers of today will attain to. his age? Bethel Correspondence Canton Observer. Bridge Work. The work is proceeding in the re construction of the new bridge at Marshall. It will take considerable time to get the bridge repaired. Bridges at other points will be built as soon a3 provisions canvbe made under which contracts can be let. Marshall News Record. Canton Graded School Opened. The Canton Graded school opened last Tuesday with an attendance of 637. Attorney J. Bat Smathers was present and delivered an excellent ad dress, emphasizing the moral and practical side of education. Rev. W. C. Matney following Mr. Smathers, endorsing what he said, and empha sized the value of religion in educa-tion.-7-Canton Observer. Horse Plunges Into Windw. Yesterday while George Lytle was sitting in his buggy at the lower side of the main railway crossing, his horse became frightened at a mov ing train, suddenly swerved around and plunged into one of the large glass windows, in the front of J. L. 3 Nichols' store, breaking it almost completely out. The horse received a number of ugly gashes, but was not dangerously cut. It will cost from forty to fifty dollars to replace tho glass.i Old Fort Sentinel. . Hotel Change at Rutherfordton. An important real estate deal took place here Friday last when Mr. W. A. Harrill purchased the Southern Hotel from Mr. D. F. Morrow. The new owner stated to The Sun man that he is planning extensive improve ments on the property which he will lease and continue to run as a hotel. The dining room will be put back on the first floor, a brick kitchen built in the rear of the main building and other necessary and up-to-date equip ment installed in the earliest possible time. Rutherfordton Sun. Rutherford Free. At & meeting of the. County Medical Society held at Forest City Tuesday, it was stated by the physicians tha there was not, nor has been, a single case of Infantile paralysis within our borders, notwithstanding the many reports to the contrary. The Ruther fordon graded schools will open for the term on Monday morning next and parents cansend their children with the assurance that there is no danger thus far from this much dreaded dis ease. Rutherfordton Sun. A PULPWOOD EXHIBIT JVT THE STATE FAIR. In view of the very high and still increasing prices of paper and the growing scarcity of the materials from which it is made, it has been suggested that one or more paper manufacturng plants he inv'jted t;o come to North- Carolina where in many localities wood suitable for pulp is still abundant. Manufacturers, capitalists and con sumers are all interested in this pro position and are casting about for a suitable location. For this reason the proposed exhibit of wood suitable for paper making at the coming State fair in Raleigh October 16-21. will be likely to attract national attention. It is proposed that each county or town. through its officers or chamber of commerce, exhibit one block of each kind of wood suitable for paper mak ing, where such county has any large amount available for this purpose. Blocks may be round, halved or quartered, 2 to 3 feet long, cut from logs more than 4 inches and less than 12 inches in diameter. -Bark should be peeled off one end and left on the other. The name of the wood and of the exhibitor should be attached. An estimate of the amount available within six miles of all the railrpads in th county should accompany the ex hibit. "Material should be sent bv freight or express prepaid to J. E. Pogue, Secretary. Stace Fair, Raleigh, N. C., and marked Department N, Ma chinery Building. They should arrive not later than October 13. Space for the exhibit is furnished free. The principal North Carolina species now suitable for paper making arc poplar, hemlock, linn, spruce, chest nut and second growth pine of several species. An exhibit of this kind, besides ad vertising your county, may - have a very decided influercf in securing: a permanent manufacturing plant who will be in charge of this exhibit. Cherryville has ordered more street paving to begin soon. ii mm bilious? jmLU "Dcdsca's Lhsr Tone" Is Haralsss To Glesn Ycur Sluggish ind Bowels. " Ugh! Calomel makes you sick. It's horrible! Take a dose of the dangerous drtig tonight and tomorrow you my lose a day' work. " " ' " ' 1" ' Calomel is mercury. or,. quicksilver which causes necrosis -of-r the, , bones. Calomel, when it comes into contact with sour bile crashes into it, . breaking 'it up. This is when you feel thai aful nausea; and cramping. If you are slug gish and '"all knocked out," if your liver is torpid and bowels .constipated or you have headache, dizziness, coated tongue, if breath is bad c stomach sour; just try a spoonful -of -harmless Dodson's Liver Tone tonight on xny guarantee. Fruitland hMMiiute ' FALL TERM OPENS AUGUST 22, 1916 Prepares for teaching, for college, for life. Literary courses from th7 sixth to the eleventh grade. Music Voice, organ and piano Art: Drawing, water color and oil painting Home Economics Theory and practical application taught in the Girl's nume. . Manual Training: The department just installed this year. The use of tools is taught., Healthful location. Excellent community. A new administration build ing. Two dormitoris3 and two cottages. Rates reasonable. Address, N. A. MELTON, Prop. Hendersonville, N. C. 'ine Grove (BOYS) MR. D. R. FAY, Principal Grammar Grades Fifth to Eighth and High School Grade OPENS OCTOBER FOURTH, A. D. 1916 Number of Students Limited Room for Twelve More FOR TERMS, ETC., APPLY TO MR. D. R. FAY, Fassifern or Box 746 "Moderate Rates" ' . : . L- FASSIFERN SCHOOL Tenth Session Begins September 26. 1916 Course sin regular high school work, in Music, Art, Spanish, French, German. Domestic Science, Domestic Art. Certificate received by Smtth, Wellesley and by all Standard" Southern Col leges. Day pupils from fourth grade up, received. Girls only. For terms apply to the principal. - ' . .. i ,;i;fl"f MISS KATE C. SH1PP . . , . - ...... . . . IF IT'S and - . . ...-- SEE ;-.';.Cpnpaiy,:v No. 6 For Job Worl NO! STOP! ( AND SALIVATES Here's my guarantee Go to any drug store and get a 50 'cent bottle of Dod son's Liver Tone, Take a spoonful and if it doesn't straighten you right up and make you feel fine and vigorous 'I want you to go back to the store and get your money. Dodson's Liver Tone ia destroying the sale of calomel because it; isreal-4iver .medicine; , entirely vege table, "therefore'. H- can 'nbt salivate or m&ke.you sick. . ;: I. guarantee, that one spoonful of Dod son's Liver Tone will put your sluggish liver to work and clean .your bowels of that sour bile and constipated waste which is clogging your system and mak ing you feci miserable, I guarantee that : bottle, of , Dodson's Liver Tona "will keep your entire family feeling fine" for Tnontfis7 Giv it to your children. It ia harmless; doesatfgnpe and they liko it pliasant iaste. :: - .- Lodge School u - - si . i