Without: Sdcrtimhu Big?
The thought of economy usually is
with sacrifice' and to the average
economy has but one meaning--the
of desirable things either wholly or in
cause necessity demands it, but paying
means economy 'without sacrifice. Stop
figure out the .many reasons.
Did you ever try our Coupon system? Ask your neighbor
It works fine.
MAX PBOYE Aff ANSTTEB
TO THE . U-BOAT MENACE.
Our new Ryzone Baking Powder has Friday & Saturday gpectals
Flour, 24 tts $1.6d
come in 35c a poiind and a $1.00 cook 25 lbs Sugar . 25
' 100 H) a Sugar. ,.0.00
book free wdth each can. Get one be- . Ham. .. 26c per IV
" . v A
Breakfast Bacon 35c per; O
fore they are all gone. - . .
Cheese. 30c per H
Things are still going up while the Lard Cemp. 60 lb tuba $10.75
1 T-,, , - . ar.a - - -AH sized buckets In proportion. .
food bill is being talked, but we are go-
Lemons . -20c per dw
ing to give some special prices Bacon 23 l-2e per lb
Place your orders early and avoid the rush
Would Wipe Oni Korth SeaSubiaarliie
Bases, Officers Declare ;
WashinEtbn, Aug: l. The British-
French assault on the German might
H -flank lias made a profound impression
here because, in the judgment of many
Americaii army officers it is directed ai
the most vulnerable point on the en
tirerGeSinan front. . : C'
Complete success " for tiie aljles,
sweeping the German line back from
the ' sea along - the entire Begian
coast, would be an immediate ans wer
to the U-boat warfare. The is ain
North seasbases for U-boat operations
would be stamped out.. : .
Reports . from London or thp front
were stiU too meagre tonight to dis
close the full scope of the new opera
tions Some observers here were in
clined to believe that unless the drive
is suplemented by naval co-oporaUon,
m, o TMrtr behind the present r-
vix x""o M
man front, complete success is not tc
be expected. Many .American officers
believe the German right flank offers
the only real opportunity to brin the.
Ktrueele 'to decisive issue in a single
Short of that, they can feresea, only
a continuing repetition of the deadly
busness of frontal attack, whit? li l
time would wear down the German re
siDtanoe since the allied powers nave
the greater resources in men and sup-
B Salisf iecL
;iie ; Must Bemused
- - In bur. experience in' thehotel business we have found that
- our jguestsmust be gmBS.ed morger to feel quite comfort-
There iseYSry game jmjtginafrle played CH; the seven acre
lawn of our hotel including golf, tennis, croquet, and
A Complete Family-Hotel in Every Way
MRS. M. A. BROWN, Hendersonville. N. C.
ave i ou
to Rest ?
So many people come toHendersonyille simply to rest eat
and sleep to say nothing of being amused and for fiiesa
' people -
. Is just the place they have been looking for. Drive out one
' half mile from city limit on main county road and see what
a modern place we have.
DR. A. C. TEBEAU, Prop.
MATTLE r ABLY BELIEF Ishewers today or tomosrow. The
. FIJt HEAT IS PBOMISEI)J only sectiDn3 bo covered by the heat
t J I wave are the northwest and the Pacific
Indications Ahe That Ht Spell TVlil
Continue ft a Pew Days.
' "Washington, Aug. 1. LiH? imoje
jdiate relief from heat wave which op
pressed nearly the entire country -iterday
is piSmteed by the weafher oa
ireau. Indications are that the hot
Bpell will continue for at ieaet a tey
'Slays, and perhaps sun Into next week
In a few v scattered localities is heat
moderation forecast following thunder
An unusually high temperature was
reported over a large area today but
few ecords were broken. In Phila
depMa, Kansas City and Concordia,
Kas., the official recorU was 102. Offi
cial tenperatures of 100 vjre recorded
at Omaha, Atlantic City and Alpetfa,
Mich., 99 at Wasbingtoa. and 98 at
Iew York, Boston, Chfeago and Milwaukee.
Ixn3ori. Aug. 1. The offlcial state
ment jrom British neaaquarters m
France tonight reports the oapture by
the entente allies of the following vil
lages: EaBasseevme. fctieejisiraetg,
BixsQhoote, Verlorenyeki Frezenberg,
Saint Julian, Pllken, ILooge, Westhoe'i
and Hollebeke, and mare than 3,500
k s true that Hendersonville and Henderson county made
us but it is equally true that we are doing a large share m
By keeping one of the most comvlete stocks in the state.
By keeping experienced clerks who can find what you
fy keeping the things you are used tyiit home,
y ke&ping the prices down in spite of the war.
Cj trading vrith Us You Patronize HendersonYille's Best.
Department Store .
In Bass Bail- . p
world Yesterday. 1
At Pittebui-a, 7-3; New York, 11-9.
At Chicago, 9-1; Boston, 6-8.
At St. Louis, 0-4; Philadelphii. 6-2,
At Cincinnati, 2; Brooklyn, 4.
American League. t -At
Boston, 5; Chicago, 2. .
A't New Sbrk. 4; St. Louis, 1. "
At WasWngtox 4; Detroit, 8.
At Philadelphia, 5; Cleveland 8.
At Atlanta, 3 ; Memphis, 2.
At Birmingham. 3; Little Rock, 5.
'At JHobile, 2.; NaafcvilleTl
Only three scheduled. (
' - ; ' ' t r
At Toledo, 7; Buffalo, 4.
v&t 3alioraJchmpnd 4lr: '
At Montreaa, 2r5; RocTiester, 6-4.
At Newark-Providence game posjt-
Rpaed tp later date.
- American Association.
At kilwaukee, 11; Mmaeapolis, 7.
At Toledo, 7; Columbus, 6:
At Indianapolis 7 ; Louisville, 6
At Kansas City, 9; St. Paul, 3.
starts Bsreau 'of Fighting "Grads."
New Havea, Conn., Aug. 1. An-
nounceinent is made that Professor
eorge Henry Nettleton, of the Sheffield
Scientifle School of Yale University,
has sailed .for Paris to take up his
duties as Director of the Yale Bureau
tijere. This bureau is to be a part of
the -American University Union in Eu
rope, of wjioste executive committee
Mr. Nettleton is taking wit him a
card catalogue giving tfee names and
receros of approximately 3,000 Yale
graduates and students who have en
listed in military or selief service ia
connection with the war. The bureau
has been formed to be of help to these
. Two graduates have accepted ap
pointments to become members of the
staff namely, Frederic, T. Murphy, of
the class of 1908, wHo isr at pVescnt
treasurer of Mark Cross, Inc., oi Uvr
York Oty, and George W. Patterson,
Jr., secretary of the cass Qf lyl l wfic
is at'ijresent engaged in the automobile
business in Chicago. They will 'sail
this month. Ia the selection of the
staff men have been chosen who peak
French fluently vand wb tor one rea
son or another are not eligible for mil
itary service. Arrangements have
also been made tor a Frenqfh stenos
rapher vWjhohaa been connected ith
a banking house :: doing ItasineW in
Pcxis and London. ;
Cleanliness is next to Godliness
An old adage that has
been handed down to us for
The wxern way we ' have
of cleaning your clothes1
laundry etc. 9 is absolutely
-sanitary , and a saving in
'-. - money.
Phone 142 for the Wagan
Hendersonville Lannlry, Ice I Feel Co.
Up.Town Office 86 Plant Phone 142
EI C Dotson I Co.
Harness, Saddles, Etc
Electric Shoe Repair Shop
" , i
DOINGS C3" THE VAN LOONS
There are some people who. wonder why we carry such a
.complete stock of hardware, household and builders materi
als in Hendersonville. This ca nbest be answered in these
few words. ' - . i ' t
Hendersonville Is made up of eitizerjs from every state in
-ihe Union. Borne people are used to one kind of tool, etc.,
... while others want something else. It is our desire to suit
them as near as our capital will do it.' And above all we
want to ha it right in stock at a pijee1 attractiva eflough
t omake. the customer buy it.
Thus we account for theTremendous stock we always keep.
Yours for Hardwareuto Supplies, ete.
Balsam Pill ewe and Hexf&ersonviUe
Souvenirs We have the prettiest line
of Balsam Pillows. Call and see
them and the souvenirs. Hunter's
Pharmacy. ; 7-24-tfC-
Your CJomplexion Powder--We have
all the different Powders - that : vrivi
xnay desire. Freeman's, Nadinfl'
R. and G., DjerEiss, Azurea and many
others. Hunter's Pharmacy. ilt
FOB - SAUV Pope-Hartford Ant1"0,
- bile, first-clgss condition. A g:eat
bargain.. Rhodes Auto Co. WrtSa
ITOSJ It :t7fm AhiAtA'tT vir to Faffi
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