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The Hustler would appreciate Items of news for this or any other de partment of the paper when mailed, brought In person or telephoned. Miss Mary Bomar, who has been on a visit to relatives at Landrum, S. C.,' has returned home. :o: ' Miss Mamie Burckmyer will be at lier home on Third avenue while her Bister, Mrs. F. E. Curtis, is away. :o: Mrs. Daniel McKeithah, in Laurel Park, had a brief visit from her brother, James Daniel, last week. :o: Miss Elizabeth Belk, who went on a house party to Asheville and Charlotte, has returned home. ;o i - Mrs. K. G. Whistler, of Camden, S. C, who is well known here, has looms with Mrs. J. F. Brooks. :o: Mrs. Charles Wells and baby, of Shelby, N. C, are visiting Mrs. Her man Potts, on Sixth avenue, west. . :o: Mr. and Mrs. C. Few, Jr., have rented their cottage on Third avenue for July and August to Mr. Allison. :o: Miss M. A. Brown, at the Kentucky Home sustained painful bruises on her head while taking a car ride a few days ago. :o: Capt. David Fuller, of Camp Sevier, made a farewell visit to his people and friends here this week. He will soon be on his way to France. :o: Miss Lucy Bomar, who has been on a house party at Williamston, S. C, will visit friends at Anderson, S. C, and return home this week. :o: Mrs. E. W. Breden, who has been visiting the family of B. F. Crosland, has returned to her home at Ben netsville. :o: Mr. and Mrs. G. V. DuVault and Mr. Du Vault's mother, of Umatilla, Fla., have arrived and are at home in their bungalow in Laurel Park. --:o: Mrs. R. H. Crichton, who has been at Vinewood with her father, C. M. "C.-1 1 i 1 i. t j. i i j iiiir, ami ner sister, nas returned 10 "her home at Lumberton, N. C. :o: , Rev. Raymond Browning went to Mocksville, N. C, this week to hold a tent meeting. Rev. Davis has been there for several days making the necessary arrangements and holding preparatory services. Rev. John F. Kirk, Presiding Elder of the Shelby district, and Mrs. Kirk are spending some time with Mrs. F. M. Dixon on the Asheville road. :o: Prof. D. R. Fay, who formerly lived here but who has been in Ral eigh for some time, has moved 1x Wanton, Kent county, Md. :o: Rev. Paul V. Bomar, of Marion, Ala., who is president of Judson college in that city, has been a guest of his brother, Dr. E. E. Bomar. :o: Mrs. Yarboro, who has been spend ing some time at Laurel Park Villa, has returned to her home in Spartanburg. :o: Mr. H. G. Burckmyer, of Port Royal, S. C, who has . been on a visit to his mother here, has returned home. :o: Mr. and Mrs. George Griffin, of Atlanta, who spend a part of every summer at Laurel Park Villa, have arrived. :o: .Miss Bessie Allen, of Nashville, Tenn., who is head resident of the Wesley House there, is spending part of her vacation with relatives in town. :o: Mrs. W. E. Menoher and daughter, Betty Jane, of Manhatten, Kansas, have been visiting Mrs. Menoher's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Weeks in Laurel Park for the past month. :o: Mrs. Byers, of Spokane, Washing ton, and her mother Mrs. Turner, of Asheville, were guests of Mrs. J. E. Allen last week. :o: Herman Miller and family, who have been living on his farm on Shaw's Creek road, have moved to Penniman, Va., where Mr. Miller will work in an ammunition plant. :o: A. G. Miller, who has a sum mer home on corner of Fourth ave nue and Washington street, has re turned to his home at Leesburg, Fla., to look after his. business there, Mr. and Mrs. James M. Seignious, of Charleston, have arrived in Hen dersonville and will spend the sum mer ,at their home on Fourth avenue. rr t t? j r c-. T P TTnllincrsworth. I LUTHERAN SIMM. ucigvauu - o j " v i . nvr ffoti'nriDfl of m n Croono i THURSDAY, JUiy,n IS now siawonea at vainp vjreene, Charlotte, has brought his family to Hendersonville to spend about ten days while he is off on furlough. :o: For the present time, Mrs. C. Few, Jr., will be at the home of her par ents and with Mr. Few's parents on Fourth avenue. As .stated last week, Mr. Few left Monday for Clemson J College. :o: Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Geiger, of St. Matthews, S. C, spent the week end with their grandmother, "Mrs. Begg, at the home of Mrs. J. F. Brooks. Mr. Geiger attended the bankers' meeting at Kanuga Lake. :o: Rev. Raymond Browning has re turned from Kenly, N. C, wfiere he has been holding a tent meeting. Rev. Browning conducted the even ing exercises at the Methodist Church last Sunday. :o: Miss T. Leach, of South Carolina, is spending sometime with Mrs. G. W. Justice. She has been delight fully entertained with a number of theatre parties, rook parties and din ner parties. :o: Mrs. R. P. Whitman and son, Richard, Mrs. T. L. Lamb, Miss Jes sie Wood and Miss Grace Brown, of Jacksonville, are spending the sum mer with Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Gilreath and Mrs. G. W. Barnett. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Bly have re ceived recently letters from their sons, Frank and Donald, stating that they are well and interested in their work. Frank is with Captain Ladd some where in France. Donald is at Fort Monroe, Va., in the Radio de partment of the Coast Artillery. :o: - The friends of J. A. Prestwood will be interested to know that he has been transferred from Wichita, Kan sas to Camp Funston, Kansas. He says of that country "They are now thrashing the new crop of wheat and are turning out more than ever be- snndav School every Sunday at 10 a m., preaching services at 11 a. m. 411 services at the Community Club, next to the Library Building. SINGING CONVENTION JULY 28 Edneyville township singing con vention will convene at EdneyvilU v.nnli the fourth Sunday in July. Everybody is invited to come and r NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. bring a basket of dinner ana stay au t Cause of Despondency. Despondency is often caused by in digestion and constipation, and quick ly disappears when Chamberlain's Tablets are taken. These tablets strengthen the digestion and move the bowels. Advertisement. Fresh turnip seeds Pharmacy. af Hunter's 7-18-3tc. day. A. S. EDNEY, President. D. P. MOSS, Secretary. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE; Whereas on the 8th day of January, A. D. 1914, p. F. Wheeler and his wife, Lila Bird Wheeler, and Martin L. Wheeler executed to the undersigned mortgagee that mortgage which is of record in Book 37, at page 41, of the Record of Mortgages for Henderson county, North Carolina, to secure a note in tjie sum of sixteen hundred dollars, with interest at six per centum per annum from date, and whereas de fault has been made in the -payment of said .indebtedness, now, therefore, by virtue of the power contained in said mortgage, the undersigned mort gagee will on Monday, the 5th day of August, A. D. 1918, at 12 o'clock noon, at the court house door in Henderson ville, North Carolina, offer for sale to the highest bidder, for cash, the fol lowing lands described in said mort gage, to wit: "All those fifty (50) certain pieces, parcels or lots of land, situate, lying By virtue of the power of sale contained in, a certain deed of trust executed by Glover T. Orr and wife, Lula Orr, dated the 31st day of May, 1915, and recorded in Book of Mort gages and Deeds of Trust 43, at page 16 of Henderson county records, de fault having been made in the pay ment of both principal and interest of the debt secured thereby, having been requested so to do by the cest- mg qui trust, I will sell at public auc tion at the court house door in Hen dersonville, N. C, at 12 o'clock m. on Saturday, August 10, 1918, to the highest bidder for cash, all the fol lowing described land and premises, to wit: Beginning at a stake at the inter section of the south margin of Shaw Creek street and the west margin of Grove street and runs south 10 de grees east with Grove street 146 feet to a stake, thence south 79 west 83 feet to a stake; thence N. 11 degrees west 148 feet to Shaw Creek street; thence with said street nprth 79 east 83 feet to the begin ning and being the property known as the John L. Orr Blue House lot, said property being the same con veyed to John L. Orr by J. W. Sta- ton and wife, January 7, 1907, and by J. L. Orr to L E Fisher and by lue Ridge L Only European Plan Hotel ? n this city. Under New Manage Special Weekly Ratcs DR. FRANK BRIGHT, Mgr Hendersonville, N. C and being in Henderson county in the ?y rr n! ana state of North Carolina, as delineated f L- E- Fisher to . Glover T. Orr, said on plat of Wheeler Park, make by Jus- fore. Corn is best plenty of rain." ever known ; :o: Mrs. H. G. Burckmyer and chil dren, who have been visiting Mr. Burckmyer's mother and other rela tives, have gone to Virginia to visit Mrs. Burckmyer's mother, who is quite sick, :o: Mrs. H. H. Baker and daughter, and Mrs. James G. Snowdon and family, of Charleston, came last week and are occupying their sum mer home on Fifth avenue. tice & Son, August 15th, 1910, and des ignated by numbers thereon, as follows,- to wit: Lots numbers sixteen (16) ; seventeen (17) ; seventeen and one-half (17); twenty-one (21); twenty-two (22); twenty-three (23); twenty-four (24) ; twenty-five (25) ; twenty-six (26) ; twenty-seven (27) ; twenty-eight (28); thirty-three (33); thirty-four (34); thirty-five (35); thirty-six (36); thirty-seven (37); thirty-eight (38); thirty-nine (39); forty (40) ; forty-one (41) ; forty-two (42); forty-three (43); forty-four (44) ; forty-five (45) ; forty-six (46) ; forty-seven (47) ; forty-eight (48) ; forty-nine (49); fifty (50); fifty-one (51); fifty-two (52); fifty-three (53); fifty-four (54); fifty-five (55); fifty-six (56) ; fifty-seven (57) ; fifty-eight (58) ; fifty-nine (59); sixty (60); sixty-one (61 ; sixty-two (62) ; sixty-three (63) ; sixty-four (64) ; sixty-five (65) ; and sixty-six (66) ; the said lots having such shape, meets and bounds as are delineated on said plat, all of which reference thereunto being had will more fully appear." This, the 1st day of July, A. D. 1918. EUGENE D. DENT, Mortgagee. Michael Schenck, . Attorney for Mortgagee. 7-4-5tc. lot containing the two-story dwelling formerly occupied by L. E. Fisher as his home place. This the 8th day of July, 1918. E. W. EWBANK, 7-11-18 Trustee. f.HABY LIKE THIS IN HENDER. i. sunviLLE. n Similar Cases Being Published Each Issue. The following case is but one nr many occurring daily in Henderson ville. It is an easy matter to verify It. You cannot ask for better proof " C. H. Edney, blacksmith, Route No' 2, says: "Some time ago I had a w of trouble with my back and kidneys My kidneys acted irregularly and the secretions were highly colored and. tull of sediment and caused a scald ing sensation in passage. My vp would blur, I would get dizzy and my head ached a good deal and I felt tired and run down. Hearing 0I Doan's Kidney Pill, I got a snm and felt better right away. Continued, use entirely cured, me." Price, 60c, at all dealers. Don't Bimpfly ask for- a. kidney remedy-get Daaa's Kidney Bills the same tb&t Mr. Edney had: Fosti r-Milburn Co, Mfgrs.,. Buffalo, N.Y. Ten minutes' walk from postoffice. Three Quarters of a Mile from Sta tion. :" fc; SITUATED IN A B EAUTIFUL GROVE Fassifern Inn MRS. FRED S. MORTON HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. SUNDAY DIXSE RS A SPECIALTY. 50 Rooms, Steam Heat, Electri c Lights, Hot and Cold Water. A Home-Like, Family Place to Spend Your Summer or Week-End. RATES ON A PPLICATION 1 EI nasekeeper oar din 4 8LEd Sale Commencing Tuesday, July 24, ending Friday, July 27 This i an opportunity for you to save from 20 to 35 per cent, on House Linens, Sheets, Pillow Cases, Towels, Toweling:, Sheeting, Curtain Goods, Napkins, and other articles which are too numerous to mention. This a spot cash sale. All standard goods and the very best that money can buy Unbleached PeppereU Sheeting, 40 inch wide, 25c yd., ten yds. to customer,' this is a 45c quality. 54 inch Bleached Pepperell, 65c quality, 49c yd. 7- 4 Bleached Pepperell Sheeting', ''7 0c quality,- 58c yd. 8- 4 Pepperell Bleached, 75c quality, 62c yd. 9- 4 Bleached Pepperell, 85c quality, 69c yd. 10- 4 Bleached Pepperell, 90c quality, 75c yd. 45 inch Pillow Tubing, 65c grade, 49c yd. 50c grade Curtain Marquizite 35c yd., 35c grade 25c yd., 25c grade 18c yd. Toweling, 35c grade 25c ; 25c grade 18c ; 20c grade 15c. Towels Bath Towels 16x32, $1.75 doz;; ath Towels, 43x22, $4.50 doz.; Unbleached1 HdneyOone Towels, 18x43, $1.50 doz. J . Barbers Towels, 15x36, $1.35 doz. ' --' Barbers Towels, 13x24, 95c doz. v , . Huck Towels, 17x36, $2.65 per doz. Union Huck Linen Towels, 18x40, $6.00' value for $4.90 doz. Union Linen Towels, 17x34, $4.50 value for $3.40 doz. Table Linen, 72 inch wide, $1.25 value, 85c per yd. 72 inch Mercerised Damask, $1.50 value 95c per yd. 72 inch Table Linen, $1.00 value for 65c yd. Union Linen Damask, $2.50 grade, $1.45 yd. Pequot 45x36, $8.00 value per doz., $6.10 per doz. Mohawk 42x36, $6.00 value per doz., $4.50 doz. Mohawk 45x36, $650 -value per doz., $4.95 doz. Sheets Willow 81-90, $1.35 value for $1.10 each. Value 72x90, $1.50 value for $1.25 each. Daisy 81x90, $1.35 value for $1.10 each. Salem 72x90, $2.00 value for $1.55 each. Mohawk 81x90, $2.50 value for $1.85. Mohawk 72x90, $2.25 value for $1.65 each. Pepperell 72x90, $2.25 value for $1.65 each. - pepperell ;-81x90 , $2.50 value for $1.85. ; Iel)Bere4h54xi90, $2.00. value for $1.35. Salenx 81x90y-$210- value f or-$l;75 each. Bed Spreads 111 - riilpw vases Value 42x36, $5.00 value per doz, $3.60 per doz. Value 45x36, $6.00 value per doz., $4.00 per doz. Salem 42x36, $6.00 value per doz., $4.25 per doz. Salem 45x36, $6.50 value per doz., $5.00. Pequot 42x36, $7.00 value per doz., $5.10 per doz. $6.00 value for $4.00, $5 for $3.50 $4 value for $3.00, $3.00 value for $2.25.. $2.50 value $1.75. Napkins Size 15x15 $2.00 value, $1.45 doz. mercerised Size 18x18 3.00 value, $2.45 doz. mercerised. Size 20x20 $3.50 value, $2.65 doz. mercerised. Size 22x22 $4.00 value, $2.95 doz. mercerised. Pure Linen Napkins Size 22x22 $8.50 value; $6.95 doz Size 22x22 -$7.50 value, $5.50 doz. , Size 20x20 $6.75 value, $4.95 doz Size 18x18 $4.00 value, $2.75 doz. All these goods can be bought by the piece, half dozen or dozen These prices are quoted to you at manufacturers cost, for four days only Tuesday, July 24 to July 27 Fa rsosis JUJeoartment. store. Y 1ST " Courtesy Does It " HENDERSONVILLE, N. C.