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)IKTEKS PLACING PEOPLE DC AJCD ABOUT HENDEBSOimLLE
Dr f U. Lake and family left last
-ek for their home in Florence, S. C.
j c Waldrop visited relatives in
GreenvMe, N. Clast week.
Miss Irma Justus spent Mondayjn
Seville. :o;
Vance Norwood and son Billie left
Tuesday for Elm wood,. N. C, fofa
few days visit . . ... ,.
The many friends of Mrs. Shf eve
regret to hear of her serious ill-
Dess- -:o:- :' ';V -' ' :
Rer. V. F. Womble is assisting
ev j.'H. Green in' a series of meet
ings' at Moore's Grove this week.
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Dr. A. C Tebeau has returned from
Raleigh, where he attended the meet
ing of the North Carolina Osteopathic
Society. - - - .
Miss Gladys Hodges, of the Asfcc
ville Graded School - faculty, spent
the week-end in . the city with rela
tives. . . - k itttjti
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E. E. West and family have re
turned to Jacksonville, Fla., after
spending the summer here at their
residence on Third avenue. .
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W. M. Laws and family left last
week for their home in New Smyrna,
Fla., after spending the summer at
their home on Fflth avenue.
G. F. Garlington motorel to Green
ville Saturday, returning Sunday, ac
companied by Mrs. Garlington, who
has been spending the sast week with
relatives there.
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Miss Evah Blythe, the accomplished
daughter of Judge and Mrs. O. V.
F. Blythe, has returned to Boston to
resume her studies at the Boston
Conservatory of Music.
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Miss Edwin Hunt will sing a solo in
the Presbyterian Church next Sunday
morning. Miss Hunt has been in
Boston for the past year studying
voice and her friends in Henderson
ville will be delighted to hear her
again.
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POTTS-HAMPTON.
The announcement of the marriage
of Miss Margaret Susan Hampton, of
Landrum, S. C, and Herman Potts,
of this city, w.as made last . week.
The marriage ,took place at Shelby
Saturday, September 30. Mr. and Mrs.
Potts are now in Hendersonville and
expect to make this their home.
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Attending U. D. C. Convention.
Mrs. L. E. Fisher left Tuesday
morning - for Gastonia -to attend the
State .Convention of ,tne. u. ur'U.,
'Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Fisher
Friday, October 6. a son.
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Noah M. Hollowell, editor of the
Sylvan Valley News of Brevard, spent
Sunday in the city.
Urs. Loyd Wade and Mrs. Jack
Lee .and children have -returned to
their home in Dunn.
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Mrs. F. W. Scheper and daughter,
Miss Addle, have returned to their
home in Beaufort, 8. C.
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A. Eve, of Asheville, stenographer
for the present term of court, is stop
pin with Mrs. l)yd M. Dodamead on
Main street
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Joe Freeman, formerly employed by
the French Broad Hustler, has re
turned, to Fayetteville,. N. C, after a
few days visit here with his mother,
Mrs. A.- B. Freeman. N
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TVith Ma-s. Schenck.
. The Margaret Davis Hayes chapter
of the U.D.C., met last Wednesday with
Mrs. Michael. Schenck. It was a most
delightful meeting and the election of
officers resulted in all the old officers
being re-elected as follows: Mrs. Dr.
Brown, president; Mrs. Michael
Schenck, vice-president; Mrs. L. E.
Fisher, secretary; Mrs. Lott, treas-,
urer; Mrs. Lila Ripley Barnwell, his
torian.
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ORR-SMITH.
Of interest to her many friends in
and around Hendersonville, where
she has made her home for a num
ber of years, is the announcement of
the marriage of Miss Lijlie Mae Orr,
which occurred in Brevard Saturday
evening at 8 o'clock at the Methodist
parsonage, when she became the bride
of Mr. Jesse Smith, son of J. A. Smith,
of Brevard. Mrs. Staith is the old
est daughter of Mr. Dave Orr, and is
a young lady of charming personality.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith will make their
home in Brevard, where Mr. Smith s
engaged in business.
GERARD WILL SOT AFFIRM
PEACE MISSION REPORTS
Single Tons
Half Tons
Quarter fond
r
JELLIC0 BLOCK
JELLIGO NUT
$6.00
$5.50
$35
$3.00
$1.65
$150
Prev
ipus Prices are withdrawn arid the above
Prices will hold until further notice
Hendersonville Laundry y Ice
&
Fuel
Co.
FOURTH CLASS POSTMASTER
EXAMINATION TO BE HELD
New York, Oct. 10. James W.
Gerard, American ambassador to Ger
many, upon his arrival here today,
declined to affirm or deny published
reports that he was returning to the
United States on a peace mission on
behalf of the emperor of Germany.
Mr. Gerard's attention was called to
a story which appears this morning
in the New York World to the effect
that his errand was to inform the ad
ministration that a renewal of sub
whiclLjsbeihlieldtnere- this- week. J marine activity is.beingconsideredby
Mrs" Fished is a delegate from tho Germany in a manner which might
Margaret Davis Hayes chapter of this
city. In the ' party passing through
lere we'r6 included Mrs. J. M. Gudger
Jr., of Asheville, v and Mrs. Gash, of
Brevard. ' "' '
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EPworth League Meeting;
The Literary meeting" of the Ep
"worth League, together with the social
"hour, which followed, was enjoyed
very much by all present Tuesday
-evening. Officers elected for the en
suing year were installed as follows:
Hal Whitfield, president; Miss Mary
Purkey, vice-president; . Mrs. Lillian
Dickens, first superintendent; Miss
Pink Gash, second superintendent;
Miss Bessie Aiken; third superinten
dent; Miss Margaret Justus, fourth
superintendent; H. F. Stewart, secre
tary and treasurer; Miss: Caro- Lee
Green, corresponding secretary; Miss
Mary Purkey, 'Ep worth Erav agent,; .
The league desires to extend to
Rev. and Mrs. Womble a vote of
thanks for the delicious refreshments
furnished for the occasion.
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Eatertains Sunday School Class.
Miss Minnie Crane, assisted by Miss
Virginia Whitfieldi entertained Jhe
members of her Sunday school class
Saturday afternoon from 4 to 6
o'clock, at her home on South Main
street. After several games were
played by the Jittle folks delicious
refreshments were served, consisting
of ice cream and cake. Those pres
ent were Katherine Byers, Josephine
Brooks, Rhea Brooks; Murray Brooks,
Irene Brooks, Mary Cox, Harper Cox,
Frank Freeze. Howard Garren. Dixie
Guill, Beulah Guill, William 5uill.
Carol Guice, A. J. Henderson. Mary
Ella Hudgens. Francis Gilreath,
Naomi Gilreath, Madeline Justus,
Francis Johnston, Jeanette Justus,
Marion Morris, Karl Morris. Thelma
-uuier, Aima Rozzelie, Kuin itozzene,
Frank Rozzelie, Ethel Scofield. Jonnie
Mae Stanley, Earle Stanley, Martin
Garren. Charles Hunter and Samuel
Bryson.
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Auction Bridge Party
Mrs. Lila Ripley Barnwell very, de
lightfully entertained Wednesday
afternoon at her 'honieon First ave
nue for five tables of auction bridge
Players. .- . . . ..
The prize for the highest score, a
lovely basket for flowers, was won by
Mrs. w. H. Vander Linden; the sec
ond prize, a silver : bell, was pre
sented to Miss Matilda Carson.
After the game the guests were in
vited to the dining room, where Mrs.
Barnwell presided at the -well aD
pointed tea table. A delicious ice
course was also served.
Those enjoying the hospitality . of
Mrs. Barnwell were . Mesdames
George Valentine F. E. Curtis. W. H.
Vander Linden, Wiltshire: Griffith,
Frank Ewbank, Michael - Schenck.
Thomas Valentine, Reddin KJrk,
STiipp, Wrenshall, Freeze. Henry M.
King. Earle Stillwell and Misses Blak
threaten German-American relations.
Mr. Gerard after quickly glancing
through this story said:
"You don't see me quoted any
where n it, do you?"
Mr. Gerard said' that he did not ex
pect to see President Wilson until
after the President's return from his
trip this week to Indianapolis.
SOUTHERN PAID 0U.r $U2
FOR EYERY D0LLJLH RECEIVED
On Saturday, November 11, 1916, at
1 P. M. the United States Civil Service
Commission announces that an ex-
amination will be held at Henderson
ville, N. C, as a result of which it is
expected to make certification to fill
a contemplated vacancy in the posi
tion of fourth class postmaster a
Flat Rock and other vacancies as they
may order at that office, unless it
shall be decided in the interests cf
the service to fill the vacancy by
reinstatement. The compensation of
the postmaster at this office was $805
for the last fiscal year.
Age limit, 21 years and over on the
date of the examination, with the ex
ception that in a State where women
are declared by statuteto be of full
age for all purposes -at 18 years
women 18 years of age oh the date of
the examination will be admitted.
Applicants must reside within the
territory supplied by the post office
for which the examination is an
nounced. ...
The examination is open to. all citi
zens of the United- States who can
comply with the requirements.
'Application forms and full informa
tion concerning the requirements of
the examination can ! be secured from
the postmaster at Flat Rock or from
the United States Civil Service Com
mission, Washington, D. C.
Applications should be properly
executed and filed with the commis
sion at Washington at least' 7 days
before the date of the examination,
otherwise it may be impracticable o
examine the applicants.
PS
For every dollar paid to the South
ern Railway by the people South dur
ing August, 1916, the Southern paid
but in the South $1.12, according to
figures announced by Comptroller A.
H. Plant.
The Southern Railway disbursed
during the month, for labor, material,
supplies and other purposes, $6,088,
749, of. which $5,185,350 or 85.16 per
cent, was paid to individuals and in
dustries located in the South, this sum
being $637,653 in excess of. the total
moneys contributed by the South for
transportation purposes.
For improvements to its roadway j
and structures, the . Southern spent
$1,178,006.97 in August, as against
$578,340.92 during August, 1915. and
$537,445.24 during August, 1914; dur
ing the two months ended August 31st
$2,163,249.34, as against $1,048,842.89
In 1915 and $829,137.86 in 1914.
Chrysanthemum Show Early in No
vember Date Later.
Chrysanthemum growers of the town
and country are requested to exhibit
their flowers in pots or cut flowers in
this show. '
Send the chrysanthemum commit
tee your name and number of en
tries. MRS. J. L. ROSE
MRS. W. A. YOUNG
MISS' MARGARET ANDERS.
10-12-2tc. Committee.
The Republican farmers of, Colorado
are reported to be growing bearded
wheat. Mr. Hughes, please note.
Alabama Empire.
THICK, GLOSSY HAIR
FREE FROM DANDRUFF
Girls! Try It! Hair gets soft, fluffy and
beautiful Get a 25 cent bottle
of Danderlne.
If you care for heavy, hair that glis
tens with beauty and is radiant with
life;. has an incomparable softness and
is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderlne.
Just : one application - doubles the
beauty1 of your hair, - besides it imme
diately dissolves every particle of
dandruff. . You can" not have nice
heavy, healthy hair ' if you hare
dandruff " This destructive scurf robs
the hair of Its lustre, its strength and
its very life, and if not overcome it
produces a feverishness and Itching of
tho scalp; the hair roots famish,
and die: then the hair falls out
! fast Surely get a 25cent bottle of
SEWS NOTES FROM ROUTE 2.
(Special to The Hustler.)
- Hendersonville, R-2, Oct. 11. The
farmers in our section are very bu3y
making molasses.
Lee Rhodes of Edneyville, and Mis
Fisher of Flat Rock, were happily
married recently.
; D. H. Edney was ir. Hendersonville
on business one day last week. .
Troy Justus and family visited his
parents here last week.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. D.
H. Edney will be pleased to know their
little daughter. Nannie, is improving
after a long spell of typhoid fever.
A crowd Of young people irom mis
section took an automobile trip to Bat
Cave , and Hendersonville Sunday a
week. Those in the party were Misses
Calela Lyda and Myrtle Edney. riato
'2dney and Blythe Stepp.
We all read and welcome the Hust
ler. . ''
A WOMAN'S POWER.
Is ItFr Good Or EviL
An event of exceptional interest to
motion picture patrons will be the
appearance on the screen at the
Queen on Thursday oi miss mumo
King, the World Film's newest and
youngest star, in a great drama ex
emplifying the influence of love, en
titled A Woman's Power." In "A
Woman's Power" she has been given
a role that is sure to place her at once
in the front rank of motion picture
players in point of popularity.
The story of "A Woman's Power'
begins among the red-blooded, strong
noccinnpd fniir nf the mountains and
carries with a resistless sweep through
tr trrpat reels of action culminat-
I ine in its immense final moment with
O a.
love triumphant ovemne evil passions
of hate and vengefulness.
W. 0. W. Celebrates Tonight
It is expected that every member
of White Pine Camp, No. 213. Wood
men of the World, will be at the W.
O.'W. hall tonight at 8 o'clock. No
tices have been mailed to members'of
the lodge iand it is announced that a
rousing good time, with speeches, and
good eats will be had.'
HUGS! RUGS! A PART OF THE
STOCK AT THE OLD PRICE.'
CHARLES ROZZELLE'S 2tc.
Anne Crowder. Edith Waldroc M:
maa Carson.. Katherine carsou Danderine from any drug
Brucs. Carrie Burckmyer and -M!ss u"w rt 4., it
Smith of Alabama.
store and Just try it
HANDSOME Dining rom table for
sale. Heavy quartered oak, square
extension. Perfect condition. Very
cheap for cash. Address Box 774.
10-12-3tp.
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We give you every protection, includ
ing an annual audit in addition to the
state bank examiner's inspection, made
by one of the leading accountant firms
in the country.
"Safety EIrst,, to all Our Depositors
The Old Bank The liberal Bank The Strong Bank
First
Bank & Trust Company
CAPITAL STOCK $75,000
R. C. CLARK, Pres.
R. H. STATON, Vice-Pres.
J. MACK RHODES, Cashier.
H. M. WHITFIELD, Asst. Cashier.
H. A. STEPP, Teller. '
SOUTHERN LOST $1,25V00
IN THE JULY FLOOD
Richmond, Va., Oct. 10. John Kerr
Branch, of Rihcmond, Adrian Islein,
Jr., Charles Lanier and Edmund D.
Randolph of New York were re
elected ' as directors of the Southern
Railway Company for a term of three
years at the annual meeting of the
stock-holders held here today.
Special discussion was given the
matter of the payment of dividends!
on the preferred stock, at the close
of which resolutions approving , the
policy of withholding dividends for
the present were passed.
In i!heh annual report" it was stated
that the damage to the property of
the company occasioned by $he storms
of 1 July . was estimated - "at approxi
mately $1,250,000, without taking into
account th ehloss of tariff or the cost
cf detouring trains. - v
Does the average business " men
realize that, the $300,000,000 of net
excess of gold which has been im
ported since May is something which
never happened in any consecutive
five-period of Republican administra
tion? ; .
BOB BENT Five room house with
bath on Third avenue East, " $12.59
per month. Call 233-L. 8-3-tfc
Hovr Caterm is Contracted. .
Mothers are sometimes so thought
less as to neglect the colds which their
children contract. - The" inflammation
of the mucus membrane, at first acute,
becomes chronic and the child has
chronic catarrh, a disease that is sel
dom cured and that may prove a life's
burden. Many persons who have this
loathsome disease will remember hav
ing'haiTfrequent "colds at the time it
was contracted. A little forethought, a
bottle of Chamberlain's Cought Rem
edy judiciously used, and all - this
trouble might have been avoided. Ob
tainable everywhere. Adv. Oct.
FOR SALE My home on Sixth avenue
West. A bargain If taken at once.
S. J. Harris. 9-21-tfc.
PBIZE WILL BE GIVEN.
Handsme Silk Fla Offered by State
Democratic Executive Com
mittee. A handsome silk flag will be pre
sented by State Democratic Executive
committee to County Democracy giv
ing largest per cent, increase over its
1912 vote; basis gubernational vote.
Governor-Elect T. W. Bickett will
present the flag to the successful
county on an appropriate public oc-
Jcasion at county seat, the occasion to
De arranged by tne county Democratic
committee. . ,
The encouraging fact in the Demo
cratic campaign is that the more the
record of the Administration is
studied the stronger the President
looms in the eyes of his countrymen
and women. Brooklyn Citizen.
Speaking of Huerta the President 13
reported as saying, jthere is no reason
to answer the defl of Mr. Hughes; that
the entire country knows he told
Huerta to get out and that he is out.
Hartford Times, Sept. 20.

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