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for the wounded soldiers of Europe. 1 HI. il I I r.nrnr, , . - .. - , , - , ; . 7 r ... " T ' , .. . . r 'I 1 1 t i i .mt ; I I - - parties and Entertainments Personal Mention :vdl Child is spending a few i; hex- mother here. : - :o: -"" , - v "..' ,;uno Israel spent the week-end A iiovd visiting relatives.;; :o: ; 1 smith of Asheville spent the city. " '' :o: , jo Green, of Mooresvillo, NY ,;iing Miss Gladys Hodges. :o: v ; mv Mallett has returned from ru trip. :o: . ' - l cese. Jr., of Brevard was in Tuorday on business. -:o: vd M.Dodamead spent -one week in Asheville. . :o: ivoith is visiting his old home Wilmington. He will return veniber 1. '.-".. :o: viv GaiTney, of Gaffney, and II. Justice, of Rutherfordton. guests of Mrs" W. H. Justus. F. S. AVetmur returned last m i. visit to her daughter, i to the dining room where . khouse, at Dunbar, S. C. refreshments were served. 1 Prof. C. E. Blackstock; superinten dent' of the Hendersonville graded school, spent the week-end in Ashe, ville.-- . ; " - - '' :o: : '. : riiilatheas. Entertained. Mrs.-Alexander, of the Blue Ridge scnooi, delightfully- entertained the 1 Fhiiathca class of the Presbyterian church last Friday afternoon. Inter esting contests and music by the Vic trola were" enjoyed. Delightful . re freshments were served. x . :o: - I. Y. P .17. Entertained. '.- , Following the cloge of' a-membership and attendance contest among the members of the Baptist Young People's Union of the - East Hender sonville Baptist church, in which the purple side won out over the gold, those on the former side were enter. tained by the latter at the heme of I Miss Gertie Shipman on Willow street Tuesday evening. There were about thirty-five members of the union pres ent on this most enjoyable occasion. The rooms were attractively decorated in gold and purple, and after the num ber of exciting games and contests were engaged in the guests repaired -:o: i.Hl Mrs. : ovo are B. J. Benjamin of visum r relatives in delicious v . - can can 78 -for further information. They will be gladly received. , ' . ." " - . . :o: .' School Concert at City Hall. Tuesday; night November 28 at 7 o'clock for the benefit of school. Ad mission lo .and- 25c. . Everybody cor. dially invited. ... '." ' :o: -Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Green have re turned to their winter; home in Florida. Rev. Mr, Green is a superanuated Methodist minister, he has a bungalow near the Methodist church at East Flat ! Kock and he and Mrs. Green spend about seven months of "each year here. Out-"of-Town People Here for Wedding This Afternoon. The marriage of-Miss Irma Justus to Mr. Wilson-Allen at the Methodist church this afternoon at four o'clock is the chief social even of the season The bride has spent all her girlhood ' days here and enjoys wide r.ocial non- ! ularity and is especially beloved bvil her church co-workers, being very ac itl nve in an cnurch interests. Among I t-j the. out of town guests who are here to ! W attend the wedding are: Judge and Mrs. M. H. Justice, of Rutherfordton, their daughter, Miss Louise Justice, of Converse College, Spartanburg, Misses Amy and Lola Gaffney, of Gaffney, S. C. and Miss Ruth Child of Marion, N. C. SEWS FROM K.2. (Specia lto The Hustler.) j Hendersonville, R-2 'Nov. 22. Rev. John H, Green preached an interesting I germon at Edneyvllle church Sunday ! afternoon. r.-' I Mender S051- of the f amiies o: ville and Henderson Goun ty, with the ad joining counties, are truly grateful for a Store v here they are enabled to buy goods at first cost, and are showing their appre- xiation of the Southern Supply Co., by giving us an in crease in business each month since we have opened. The month of November usaally one of the dull months of thesyear, vill show the greatest volume of sales of any'month since we opened for business. This we arG grateful for, and hope to be. able to show a decided increase as the months roll by, and the good buyers ; become better acquainted with us and our methods of selling.. :; - - r-":l a business to: J. G. AValdrop and daughter?, Gladys and Dorothy, returned - evening from a several days' Asheville. :o: many friends of Miss Allene will be glad to know that she y recovering from her recent ,11 :o: C"y E. D!xon and J. L. Egerton I n meeting of the Southern 1 Association in Atlanta last ot ... Miss Copla Lyda mad Kitehen Shower. I trip to Henaersonvulo lat Saturday. m Mrs. Michael Schenck entertained j Air. And Mrs. J. E. Justus and chil-,9 Monday afternoon at her home on Idren visited Mrs. A. T. Lyda Sunday. Fourth avenue with a kitchen shower Let us remember their is pray3r for her cousin, Miss Irma Justus, a 'meeting at Edneyville church every popular bride.to-be. ' i Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clocic. Bp Soon after the guests assembled lit- . glad to have everybody to come and , tie Miss Mary Few, a niece of the hos- j take 'an interest. . tess, passed a basket from which each James Wells and Miss Daisy Justu3 I guest drew a minlaturejaride's boquet motored to Asheville and back Tues- 1 it im.ii owig taius iJi I UUtv Welti uj . ; jrt nttnehrrl. Aftpr nlnvintr n nutnliPv of i V. TT! Justuc hufrliPrar? n" n?ro-nifr games the guests were surprised bv Wednesday. j the entering of the "Gold Dust Twins" i Mr. James Justus an-? Miss Gertrude ' characterized by Master Michael Justus took a delightful horse back wl ! Schenck, Jr., and II. H. Ev.bank, Jr.. ;ride to Hendersonville Wednesday. h tearing a basket filled with a largo J- ase or inman, s. C, is visiting and varied assortment of kitchen ware, j on Route 2. o: wne oi ine most enjoyaoie ieauires or ; iUloolj tlxiu jumuo Xi. cla?sen Avife of Prof Nicol- itie aiternoon war. watenmg trie hon- ; f pcm. oui.u ni'it wnn air. aaa iirs. , -f o-nithnmo TTnivprsitv in At- oiep onen these naekaces. A rlelicioun J. H. Green at Fruitland a been visiting Mrs. Alevandcr salad course was served, o Ridge School. . Mifs Ruth Child received a beautiful :o: j EU'H.fi i'ses ior masiug tne nignest and Mrs. T. J. Shipman, and score. Few. left Tuesday for Jonesville. Tnose enjoying Mrs. KcnencK's nos. pitaiity were: Mesdames W. H. Justus. F. G. Stillwell. W. B. W. Howe. F. A. Ewbank, Wiltshire Griffith, E. W. Ew bank. J. A. Woodward, Gordon Gar lington, C. Few, M. H. Justice, John W. Grimes, Grady Justus. Misses Irma Justus, Gladys Hodges, Bessie Child. where they will spend the win- :o: ?I ses Addie Sides. Flossie May. Cleo Connor Eliza Orr, Jennie riythe, Juno Israei and Gertie Ship i n motored to Asheville Friday : i .--lit to see the Birth of a Nation. :o: Fassifern Hannrninsrs. Friday afternoon Col. Ffed Olds, of Kr leigh, State Historian, snoke to the u culty and students of Fascifern o the origin of the State flag, and other interesting subjects connected with ti-.o history of North Carolina. Mrs. McBee and Miss Sampson r-Vsaperoned Quite a number of the students to Asheville Saturday to see The Birth of a Nation." The trip was made in motor's. Mvs. N. Buckner of Asheville, visited he; daughter. Miss Gwendolne Buck ner, Friday. Rev. John H. Green will preach at Edneyville church th0 first Sunday in December at 11 a. m.- Let us not forget our missionary so ciety at Fruitland Methodist church every Friday night at 7:30. CAPT. DODAMEADE TO 1JE MUSTERED OUT OF SERVICE. CHURCH NOTICE. The Raleigh News and Observer says Capt. L. M. Dodameade. in charge of Gladys Gover. Ruth Smith, Margaret ; the recruiting office of the Coast Artil Justus. Amy Gaffney, Emily 'Ewbank, jlery established at, Raleigh to recruit Essie Green. . imen for the National Guard now on tha border, has received notice that or ders have been issued by the War De partment for the discontinuance of the Raleigh office. Captain Dodameade-f Calvary Church, (Episcopal) Fletcher, j and the party under him will proceed Sunday, Nov. 26. 11:00 a. m . service , to Fort Oglethorpe for mustering out of Morning Prayer. I as soon as orders arrive. Thursday, Nov. 30, 10:0' i. m., ser J The force under charge of Captain! vice of the Holy Communion. 11:00 a. m., Thanksgiving service. JAMES B. SILL, Rector. Glazener's clothes are like old friends, they-wear well. ll-23.3tc tPZmu. msuu -MrM Are You lade Dodameade, of Hendersonville, is com. '; posed of Sergeant Lee O. Layton, Ra- j leigh; Corporal ZoKar L. Reese. Hen- dersonville, and Private Otis C. Powell Raleigh. t Half a hundrd men have been sent to the North Carolina National Guard on the border from" the recruiting of fices in the State since the movement of troops to El Paso. ! The ery best way to find o ut is to become an agent for the Hust. ler. Get subscriptions in Henderson county. Start with-your neigh bors. Tell them regardless of politics they should take the lead ing county newspaper. $1.0 0 the year. Libeial Commissions to the right parties. Easy mo ney for those not afraid of work. CIRCULATION DEPT. MUTUAL PRINTING CO. REV. A. BURGESS OFF TO CONFERENCE. Rev. A. Burgess, of the East Flat Rock Methodist church left yesterday ; morning to attend the western jortn ' Carolina conference at Gastonia. Rev. Mr. Burgess has just closed up a most successful work of three years with his -i i i i - i. a. 1 i i cnurcn a.na nis peopie expect mat ne will be returned to them. QUEEN THEATRE PROGRAM For Week Ending Saturday, December 2nd 0 Monday, Nov. 27. (World) fcTHE VELYET PAW." Stars House Peters and Gail PvcLIlG " " This is an interesting story of life in Washington. D. C, as led by members of Congress and the Senate. Tuesday, Nov. 28. (Metro T1IE WHEEL OF LAW." Stars Emily . Stevens and Frank Mills. A powerful production which demonstrates the fallibility of circumstantial evidence. Wednesday, Nov. 29. "THE SECRET OF THE SUB MARINE." "THE HAZARDS OE. HELEN" (Complete) Comedies to go with the above. Thursday, Nov. 30. (Thanksgiv ing , (World) THE .WARNING." A vivid visualization of a weird and vital play. Henry Kolker. Featuring Mr. Extracts: I have given my life to you, and now This wreck of your son is your work, Happiness precedes his downfall Joyous visions rebuke his down ward journey.. Friday, Dec. 1. (International.) "BEATRICE FAIRFAX" r The successful serial of news paper life. Two reels complete every week. Introducing Harry Fox and Grace Darling. Both of whom are movie stars of Inter national fame. Millions read Beatrice Fairfax every day in forty six newspa pers. Saturday, Dec. 2. "THE MYSTERIES OF MYRA". "KRAZY KAT CARTOONS" "ANIMATED WEEKLY JTEWS.V. "FASHIONS D'ART and COMEDIES. , QUEEN THEATRE 5c "Get the Queen Habit " 10 c DEUTSCHLAND NOW ON HOMEWARD VOYAGE. The giant submarine Deutschland has departed from New London, Conn., on her homeward voyage, after her false start of Several days before when she i rammed and sunk one of her convoy ing. tugs. It was an old lady's first visit to the moving pictures. For a long time she gazed in silent awe at the wonders of the screen, where all sorts of impossi ble things took place. Then a motorcar appears on the screen coming into sight in the dis tance, a 3d racing along the country road at about a m'le a minute straight out' of the picture at the audience. Catastrophe seemed inevitable, and she shrank back in her seat. Then, just at the critical moment, it swerv. led aside and dashed out of sigt. The via lauy rue mimy iu iiei icci, i&uux -ing the protests of those behind her. "Come along, Annie." she said fo her youthful niece." "It ain't safe here. That thing only missed me by a few inches." The "Electric worm" is the newest form of bait for luring fish. A tiny Mazda bulb is attached to the hook along with the worm and a well in. sulated cord of small dimension car ries the current from a pair of dry batteries on shore to the lamp. Miss Kathleen Parkin, a California girl, fifteen years, old has constructed a wireless outfit which seh use expert, ly to send and receive messages. Wireless enabled one big daily news paper to score a beat on reporting the , news of the German submarine's work off Nantucket. A PRACTICAL NURSE, Middle Age, wishes work. - Can give references. Address "Practical," 1607 , Hampton . St Columbia, S. O. U-23-3tp I HE " M'pi.nj. miyjyl!emaff milium an Below we note some few of the BARGAINS SPECIALS for SATURDAY and MONDAY Good for Thanksgiving Dinner and all other dinners; offer next. Morris' Supreme Hams.. . . 22 1-2 Morris' Breakfact Bacon 23c Morris' Ox Tongue Large 75c Morris' Mince Meat, '3 cans f or 25c Morris' Lunch Tongue, large for 35e Atmore's Plum Pudding.. 25c None Such Mince -Meat. 2 far 25c Pumpkin Pies: No, 3 extra fancy Bridal Pumpkin, 2 for..- .- 21c New Crop Michigan Pea Beans 12 1.2c per pound. New Cr'cp Almonds New Crcj) Valn.uts ' New Croi) P-dzils New Crop Citron . . New Crop Lemon Peel New Crop Orange Peel .. : Per Lb. 6 Bridal Fancy Corn . . 6 Briday Fancy Peas. 3 Tomatoes. No. 3 Pie Peaches", No Bridal Corn, No. 2 Bridal Spinach, No. 3 or Peas Cal. Syrup Peaches L. C Cal. Syrup Apricote ' . m a r- r iii.au $1.10 Cocoanuts , 5c & 10c each Seeded Raisins.. 2 pkgs 25c Blue Ribbon Extracts: Small size . , 3 for 25c Large size 23c Pure Fruit Flavors, Tubes 20c White House Coffee, No. 3 S5c Caraja ' Coffee, No. 3 : 70c Caraja" Coffee, No. 1 25c Southern Supply Blend 20c We guarantee this blend to give you better satisfaction than, any- other Coffee you can buy at any price. 4 1-2 pounds for $1.00 on this 'sale. We have laid aside another .50 hags 98's or hundred pound bags as they are usually known, which we will sell Saturday and Monday at $4.25 per bag. Remember what we have been telling you about Loading up 6"n flour. Satisfaction guaranteed or money back. y 98's Fancy Patent Flour $1.25 48's Fancy Patent Flour 2.20 24's Fancy Patent Flour 1.10 The above is buiscuit and pastry flour All other grades on hand at regular, differences. 6 25 Tubs only 601b net com'pond lard - this sale . $8.90 No. 20 Bucket, this sale 2.90 No. 10 Bucket, this sale 1.45 We have 20 Buckets No. 10 Pure Leaf Lard for this sale at $ 1 .95 per bucket 100 poffiid Bag of Sugar, $8.35 Just received Car of Big Chief Horse and Mule Feed, the best by test or analysis, (look at the tags) $2.15 per bag, $42.00 per ton. u , - 25 pound Bag of Sugar, $2.1 0 Champion Dairy Feed, 24.50 protein, $2.00 per bag, $39.00 per ton. 300 bags Cotton Seed Meal prime stuff $2.10 per bag, $41.50 per ton. $0 bags Cotton Seed hulls at $1.05 per. per bag, $20.50 per ton. f . When we telfyOu to come ear iy and supply yourselves heavily at the above prices, you ought to know us il 1 V,to Mmo n an a nr in rrlv Wo nOTlfrl Tlflt fTorrt to advlSA VOU WrOIlE frOm a DOlICV Stand- ' "611 C-LlVfllo Uj tUlO tlUib. CVf uvw UUibV w w V v - w . , - point, and we would not from any standpoint. Your friendship Is our best asset. -We expect you Saturday and Monday, for the Special Bargains we have mentioned above and will call your attention to hundreds of others-we have for you. - Yours for Savings, Mill 1 1 u i. Wholesale PHONES 120 Retail