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We wish to thank the people of Hendersonvillef and Henderson County for the hearty response to our 1 7th ANNIVERSARY SALE. I To those who were not served Monday on account of the large crowds--we ask them to kindly come again. . I 1 t j - i' :. -4 U 9 :1 si '- 'i i i-l I -'"-'- i i 1 3 t FOR AY, FRED 5th, 6th and 7th Day EXTj SATURDAY of R MPAY Our Sale We Offer Me Following A BARGAINS PROCLAMATION. WE WISH TO THANK OUR FRIENDS JFOR . THE GENEROUS PATRONAGE EXTENDED US DURING THE PAST TEAR, IT TO PLEASE 789 123 123 40393233 HAS ALWAYS BEEN OUR AIM PLEASE YOU AND TO GIYE YOU THE BEST YALUES OBTAINA BLE, BE IT FURTHER KNOWN THAT WE APPRECIATE WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS HAVE DONE FOR US AND THAT WE WILL CONTINUE TO LIYE UP TO OUR FORMER STANDARD. E. LEWIS "& SON. 1 SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! Men's Dress Shoes $1.98 Men's Scout Shoes $1.93 Men's heavy Endicott Johnson Shoes Sale Price $1.98 Men's heavy work shoes, solid leath er, Sale price $2.9S Men's Dress Shoes, tan and black Sale Price- ' . $2.98 One lot W. L. Douglass dress shoes Sale Price.. $3.00 One lot Men's dress shoes, light or dark tan, Sale price : $4.95 LADIES. READY TO WEAR DEPT. Ladies' $10 Coats $1.9S $20 Coats $9.95 $35 and $40 Coats $19.50 & $21.75 $15. Coat Suits $9.95 $20 Coat Suits $12.9S A handsome assortment of dresses reduced during this anniversary sale. I 'l air. J 3 a : B .:';f fag ,B- Ladies' English Walking Shoes, worth $5, Sale Price $2.98 One lot Ladies' Sample Shoes. Sale Price $1.93 Ladies' High Top Shoes, in high or low heels. Gun Metal, or Patent leather, Sale Price $3.93 One lot Ladies' High Grade Shoes, in combination colors, worth $7.50 Sale price $1.93 Ladies' Extra High Top, tan English Walkers, worth 9.00. Sale price $695 Children's Shoes, small sizes. Sale Price - 9Sc MILLINERY! MILLINERY! Ladies $2 and $3 Hats 98c Ladies' $4 $5 and $6 Hats $1.98 Men's Overalls 85c Men's Heavy Corduroy Pants $1.95 Men's Dress Shirts, with or with out collars i ' 59c Boys Corduroy Pants, all sizes 98c Boys Blouses . 29c Men's Work Shirts 59c Men's Flannel Shirts $1.15 Men's Flannellette Shirts 69c Boys Suits, small sizes 98c Men's heavy fleece lined under wear 49c Men's and Boys heavy winter caps 29c lien's Sample Hats 49c & 9Sc Cotton Batting 10c per roll, not more than 6 rolls to customer. I wv',c i list Good quality Outing, dark pat terns 10c yd (6 yards to customer.) Sheeting 40 inches widei 12 l-2c yd (10 yards to customer. Heavy Canton Flannel 12 l-2c per yd (8 yards to customer.) Extra heavy double blankets, large size (2 pairs to customer) $1.95. Fancy Woolnap Plaid Blankets $2.95 (2 pairs to customer.) r " .'4- I MEN'S AND BOYSf CLOTHING. Men's Sample Suits $5.9S Men's all wool Blue Serge Suits $9.98 Men's $25 Suits $12.98 Men's heavy all wool Kersey Suits $9.95 Men's Odd Coats $2.98 Men's Overcoats $6.9S Boys' Suits, small sizes, extra qual ity 1 ' $1.69 Boys' Suits, all sizes and colors $2.95 Boys Suits, fancy mixtures, extra quality $4.95 Men's heavy Mackinaw coats $4.9S Men's heavy Sweet-Orr Kersey pants guaranteed never to rip $2.48 Coats to match pants $2.9S Follow the happy crowd. Bring your neighbors and friends. Remem ber ihe place. J Follow the happy crowd. Bring your neighbors and friends. . Remem ber the place. mm w mv w j.j Personal M ntion and Social Activities . The Hustler would- appreciate items of news for this or any other department of the paper when mailed, brought in person or tele phoned. PB1ZES AWAKDED. Miss Dora Howe has returned to Charleston for the winter. Brownlow Jackson is attending a meeting of republicans In Hickory. Solicitor Michael Schenck Is attend ing court in Brevard this week. C. Dannahauer is visiting in Char leston. S. C. Mrs. E. H. Davis and son returned Saturday from a visit in Waynesville and Asheville. It V, Grant Brown of Rush, N. C.f has ac ct.' qA i position as clerk at Hunter's Pharmacy. ' S . i . Welch -Galloway and family spent Sunday on a visit to his mother, Mrs. A. J. Galloway, of Horse Shoe. Bre vard News. t? IS Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Whitaker left Saturday for their winter home in St. Petersburg, Fla. They made the trip by motor. i . t it Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hill and daugh ter, Miss Mildred Hill, returned to their winter home in Daytona, Fla., Wednesday after summering in Hen- dersonville. It Frank Parker, field agent for the bureau of crop estimates, was in town last wek from Raleigh confering with A. S- Truex, the county crop reporter, and County Agent Frank Flemming. William Lott left Tuesday in his machine for Hillsdale, Miss., where he will join Mrs. Lott for the winter. They will be joined lciter by their daughter. Miss Cora Lott. who is vis iting in Georgia. 15 t Rev. and Mrs. M. F. Moores are ex pected to arrive on Wednesday of this week from Concord and beginning (Wednesday night Mr. Moores will en jter upon, the duties of his : pastorate ' of the Methodist church. Henderson County Club Boys Here Saturday With Exhibits; INames of the Prize Winners. The Club Boys of Henderson county met on Saturday, Nov. 24 in the county agent's office at the court house They brought in reports of the work they had done this year, also exhibits of the various crops ihey haJ grown. In the Corn club. Robertson Cathey of Fletcher, won first prizes Roy Sta ton of Saluda won second prize. Ter rell Greenwood of Horse Shoe won third price. Roy Staton of Saluda i won first prize, for exhibit. I In. the Potato club. Dewey Revls of Saluda won first prize. Albert Cor pening of Fletcher won second prize. Roy Staton of Saluda won third prize. Allison Guice of Henderson ville R 1 won first prize for exhibit. In the Pig club, Willie King of Hen dersonville, R. 1, won first prize. Jesse Bell of Flat Fiock won second nrize. Fred Stepp of Flat Rock won third prize. . "The exhibits brought in by the boys were good. Though the number was small, it showed that the boys had learnf (? something about preparing an exhibit All the boys who came Sat urday signed membership cards for next year. It is hoped that the mem bers will increase to 100 next year said County Agent Frank Fleming. EXCEPT REPORT OF CITY SCHOOLS it! 1 ! Attendance for Third .Month of City Schools Best for Any Corresponding Month in History of School; the Honor Roll, . Last Friday closed the third month of the city schools, and the superin tendent is well pleased with the pro gress that has been made during the month. The average attendance for both the white and the colored school has been J better than that of the corresponding month , of any year in the history of the schools. One or two of the rooms In the primary grades have been a lit tle off in attendance on account of colds and other minor ills, but veven here, the average Is satisfactory. The honor roll for the month fol lows: , First Grade B William Bangs, Houston Case. Carroll Cornwell. Claud Grant, Donald Garren, A. F. Hender son, Carl Morris, John Wilkins, Min nie Gabriel Bland, Eunice BenneU. Pauline Lewis, Jean Spence, Helen Vaughan Mary Valentine. . First Grade A Clara Fisher .Tpw ell Orr. Lee Pattern Arledge, Morris Bishop. Charles Embler, Stokes Ful- Charles Israel, James Le.dbetter Lc-cn Jackson. Second Grade B Leona Allen, Johnnie Mae Stanley, Jane Truex! Leslie May Fisher.. Mary ' 'Hudgia'a. Lola Justice. Mildred Johnson, Cathe rine Pace, Hamilton Stepp, Douglass Henderson. Second Grade A John Brown, Lloyd Gallimore, Byers Johnson, Hampton Johnon, Fannie Justice, Ma rlon Morris, Steven Stepp, ; Wayne Thompson. Lela Barnette. r,Wrf3,ade B- Minnie S. Flynn. Mildred Walker, Ruth" Rozzelle; Flora SS?; Li!?ise Reese, Emma Kilpatrtclr Willie Forrest,. Pauline Orr, Murray Brooks, Fred English. Third Grade A. Eva Corn, Dorothy Allen, Jack Spence, Thelma Orr Emily Sargent. , , ' Fourth Grade Pauline Brown, Wil lie Case, Feltz Collins. Lonnia Free man, Wadsworth Farnam, Vernon Henderson; Leona. Hawking Elizabeth Murray. Kay Orr. Violet Penland, Mar garet Rozier, Ethel Johnson. Fifth Grade-Adgar "Hoots, Leon Wetmur. Louise Faulkner, Edith Hop kins, Daphine Pace, Marie Wilkins. Sixth Grade Nelle Morris, Alliene Wilkins, Mildred Calvert Myrtle Bar nette, Thomas Freeman. Glenn Patter son, Katherine Valetine, 2durie Jor dan, Bovce Wjhitmire. - ' Seventh Grade Mack . Colt, Earl Donnahoe, Cecil Rhodes - Owen Reid. , t ooks, Mary Drake. Hazel Grant, Lucile Holtzclaw. Eighth Grade Sara Gregory, V v Orr, Helen Johnson. Ben Brown, e Fred. Edward Patterson, Leon Stm. . Ninth Grade Roberta Brooks, Irene Briggs, Dessie Dixon, Donna V. Laugh ter. Lula K Stepp, Natalie Walden, Mary Elizabeth Walker. Vincent Sta ton. ; ' Tenth Srade Mary Brown, Annette Bfpoks, Helen '' Brooks, Irene Cald well. Bertha Jamison. Garland Sner man. . Eleventh Grade Mary Brooks, Al line -Durfee, Dorothy Guice, Vada Orr, Sarah Ladson, Sara Steedman. . All hats at. half rice at La Vogue, Friday and Saturday. GERMANY. rTBAJVSFEBS TK00PS. Copenhagen, Nov. 20. Reports from seyeral sources in Germany bear out the awumption that, taking advantage of the situation in Russia, the German government is making heavy trans fers ;pf troops from the Russian front. Only part of them appear to be gom to Italy where the front is too nar row to : permit of the use os masses, and . a blow by von liinoen burg at some other point in the of a diversion may perhaps be expected. TTnaloi-. orlo rltr-not thfi COUnty f0.1" s-iuauing you want. , t.