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THURSDAY, JANUARY SO, 191D.
FRENCH BROAD HUSTLER, HENDEKSONYILLE, N. C. A i o1 People and Events v Mrs. Sarah Egerton has been quite! sick with a deep cold for some time :o: Miss Eleanor Plank has been quite sick with influenza but is improving. :o: M. T. Pace is very ill with influen za at his home near Kanuga Lake. :o: R. T. Long is kept in his room with an attack of influenza this week :o: R. M. Oates is suffering from an at tack of asthma this week. :o: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Patteisoft have returned from New York cify :o: Mrs. A. J. llurke, of Amherst is visiting her sister, Mrs. M. R. Allen. : o: Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Freeze have re turned from New York City. :os- . Miss Annie Fred has one to Cam den, S. C, for a two woe v s visit. :o: M. M. Castillo, of Asheville is visit ing Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Long. :o: Born, to Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Rush er, at Flat Rock, on Tan.. ?7, a son. ' 'J-: "'o: Bora, to Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Balcl- win on Jan. 2Sth a baoy gxrl, Mary J Elisabeth. .... ' 1 I m Born, to Mr. and Mrs! Kinton, on Jan. 24, a son. (Mr. Kinto i is in France). :o: Born, Jan., 26, to Mr. and Mrs. "W. E. Broughton, of Columbia, S. C, a son. :o: Born, Jan., 24th, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert L Peters, a con. Mrs. Peters was Miss Mary Belk, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Geo. W. Belk. Mr. and Mrs Peters are now making their home at Ebenezer, Tenn. :o: Dr. J. S. Ligon will conduct ihft services at Presbyterian Church on ; Sunday. ! :o: F. E. Curtis, who has been on the j rL- It of i'c o Vkl -v i nrv A JF-- ' sick list, is able to sit up and feel3 much better. :o: j R. P. Craig, who has a position nt ! Hunter's Pharmacy, is very sick with influenza. ' i Look at these items. Every one of them is marked FAR BOYS & tfEIWS OVERCOATS $30.00 Garments for $18 $25.00 Garments for $12.98 0'E LOT KIMONAS, CREPE & OUT ING. GOOD DARK DESIGNS, $2.50 to $4.00 GARMENTS FOR $1.98 to $2.98 Our store is pretty badly blocked up in front with building material but the DOORS ARE OPEN and we are selling good save you Big Money. Come in NOW, before most of the best bargains are gone. LADIES WINTER " HATS Every Hat at Exactly Half Price Dr. J. L. Egerton is miserably sick with influenza at Merriwevher Hospital in Asheville. :o: Mrs. G. L. Anders and son, Joe, who have been victims of influenza are reported as getting along nicely. :o: Mrs. P. M. McCuroh's son, R. M. McCulloh who lives in Columbia, 8. C, is very sick with influenza. :o: John Burckmyer has been kepi away from his store for several days with an attack of influenza. ' :o: J . Flem Brocks came home last week on account of all the fa;?.ii:y I being sick with influenza. :o: Mrs. J. D. Pullin has. been very ill with influenza but is reported as being some beter. :o: John T. Wilkins is out again aftet being kept at home' with an attack of i influenza. :o: Miss Ella Phillips has been spend ing some time with Miss Florence Jor dan, at Laurel Park. :o: Mr5?. -T Ti1 AhpvprnmhiQ frrt-rrt yr.rt Ville, S. C., isvisiting her parents, Mr. T-: w. j navis :o: , Abe Kantrowitz left tliis week for Chicago, 111., to buy goods for E. 7. -w-is and Co. Mrs. L. E. Rackley has been called to Columbia, S. C., on account of her daughter's illness. :o: Miss Sue Cannon from Horse Shoe, is visiting relatives in Spartanburg, C. C. :o: Miss Lucy Bomar has recovered from influenza and will soon resume her work at Fassifern school. :o: J. T. Beason left Tuesday for Ashe- ville, Waynesville, etc., tm a business t- ip. :o: a. Lewis has returned from a sac- -. . . . . . cessful business trip to Cincinnati, Ohio and other markets. " - Mrs. Henrv Pence, of Toledo. Olro. arrived last week for h visit to her aunt, Mrs. L. M. Colt. emodeiling means lots of New Stock, and some of s $4 STVEET $:.5G LADIES' J y I IJHIJBI tm. jm Jl -M IZIZ' (wAv Mrs . Hattie Scott and Miss Minnie Varner have returned fr-ju a visit to Columbia S. C. :o: "Vv . F. Penny, who is a traveling salesman, came home last week suf fering from high blood pressure. :o: Mrs. A. B. Drafts and daughter, Helen have returned from Washing ton, D. C. :o: Mrs. S. H. Hilliard, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. C. Few, lies returned to Asheville, :o: Dr. W. Reddin Kirk, who has no? been very well recently, is feeling slightly better. :o: Mrs. F. S. Wetmur has returnee from Dunbar, S. C, and reports her daughter and family as being better. :o: Erie Hallman has returns.1 to Cb.ii -lotte after a short visit to his mother. Erie is one of Hcr.uerj?onville"s boya ! who is making a fine iecord. :o: Mrs. J. P. Patton's niece, Frances Patton, from Sumter, S. C, arrived last week for a visit to her and other relatives. :o: Clyde Forest, little son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Forest, is ill with bronchial pneumonia at Mrs. E. Osteen's on King street. :o: Miss Katie Price has resumed her J work in the graded school. Miss Price jwas detained at home on account of sickness. i :o: f " Mrs Russ, three children and her 'sister, 'rYi New York, have taken the 'cottacR in ... Freeman in Lenox Park and will spv.. some time here. :oI., Miss Lena Latham has ,2pted a position in the exemption office wiifCi: was filled by Mrs. C. Few, Jr., who has gone to Florida. :o: Mrs. F. V. Hunter and little daughter, Elizabeth, arrived today from a visit to relatives at LaFayette, Ala. :o: James Duff has been transferred from 1 Great Lakes, 111., to Hampton Roads, Va., and will go to sea from there. n Rev. and Mrs. George W. Belk and daughter Margaret, spent the week end at Montreat. Rev. Mr. Bnlk con ducted services there on Sunday. UST BE M ome Bargains for Men - ORR KHAKI BREECHES $298 CORD BREECHES $4.98 Some Bargmii FINE LISLE HOSE, DARK BROWN 49c a pair 7 W Jf m m t Sargent Overton Erwin, of Brevard, who has recently returned from over- oiJcuL-uiB wcca-cjiu wilu uie iam - ily of W. C. Jordan, at Flat Rock. :o: 's. n. x. ;ucran,- wno spent several days with her dauhter, Mrs. Alph Glazener, has returned to An derson, S. C. :o: Mrs. Alph Glazener left this week for Columbia, S. C, to spend awhile. Her father is sick in one of the hnJVilla' are among the influenza patients pitals there. :o: Mrs. E. M. Patterson is spending some time with her son, James II. Patterson and family, who live near town. :o: Mrs. James H. Patterson has been confined to her bed for several weeks from the after effects of influenza and rheumatism. .o: Stephen Mitchell, of New r. a., is a guest at the Waverly. Mr. Mitchell came here to recuperate from a recent illness. :o: J. K. Goodfeller, from Montreal, Canada is at Hazelhurst. Mr. Good feller came to this climate to regain his health. :o: Clyde Goodman, from Flat Rock, underwent a successful operation for appendicitis last Saturday at Patton Memorial Hospital. :o: Mrs. F. G. Stillwell is a patient at Patton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Stiil well is reported as getting along nicely :o: misses i-.uciie morns ana jviary JJuirt are at home on account of the Ba!- four school closing until the epidemic of influenza is over. :o: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Latham were called to Plymouth, N. C, last weeTc on accCUrt trvb death of Mr. La tham's uncle. "N H.: Leon Trice, who has been in the hospital at Great Lakes w;tn imhiei! za, came home Monday on a furlough of 12 days to recuperate. :o: Mr. and Mrs. Theor.loi'3 Loftls have moved to Balfour. Mr. LuttTs had a position with the Southern Ex press Co. Rev. R. V. Miller came home this week from St. Petersburg and Orlan do, Fla., where he has been conduct ing meetings. SACRIFICED. BELOW COST TO $25.00 ALL-WOOL SERGE SUITS $16.45 BLUE DE3IIX OVERALLS y ffor Emimm DRESS GINGHAMS, EXTRA GOOD J QUALITY, PRETTY PATTERNS 30c QUALITY FOR 22 l-2c a Yard Miss Lily Graham Allen, daughter j of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Allen, who has ji - een teacning in S. C, has j nome on account of influenza. come :o: Mrs. J. M. Stewart and baby who have been with Mrs. Stewart's par- fcnts at Flat Rock for a month, came to their home at Hyman Hpisht in Friday. :o: Mrs. C. L. McGivern and daughter Margaret Earl, guests at Marlboro iEt Patton Memorial Hospital who are :o: Mrs. S. V. Pickens writes friends from Apopka, Fla., that Col. Pickens does net sit up at all except propped up in a chair for a little while. A trained nurse takes care of him. :c: Miss Mamie Hutchinson died at Fruitland, Sunday evening, Jan.. 2G, after an illness of a year. She was a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Hur Castie, chinson. -:o:- Mrs. F. Mrs. J. L a brother G. Burroughs, mother or Egerton, F. G. Burroughs, and Edwin Sherwood, a brother-in-law, are all very sick with influenza at Conway, S. C. :o: Mrs. W. L. Wade, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. A. E. Morris and her brothers Zollie and Frame in Asheville, returned to her horn Dunn, this week. . as :o: Claude Stepp, son of Rev. James Stepp who has been seriously ill with pneumonia at the home of his father-in-law, H. D. Hyder, is reported as being some better. ,Q. The Ladies' Aid Tociety of the Methodist Church wili meet with Mrs. J. F. Byers this aiteinoon at 3 o'clock. Important business will be transacted. :o: Mrs. M. A. Brown, who accompan ied her mother to Daytona, Fla., for the winter, has one to New York City for a visit to her brother, Furman Gaines :o: A. G. RanftolPn and family are ex pecting to go to Black Mt., to live and will probably leave on Sunday. Mr. Randolph was part owner of the Blue Ridge School for B?7S- :o: Miss Bertha Ledbetter is kept-,. at ;Jiome this week with an attack of in- Jfluepza. Miss Gussie Dotson has 'charge of her work in the graded fechool. NOW the PRESENT STOCK US-Far below what George Bryan, from the Blue Ridge School er Boys, who is a patient at Patton Memorial Hospital with an In fected finger, is getting along all right i and vail return to his work within a ' f ew days- ' :o: ! Sarent Allen Rhodes, son of Mr. nd Mrs- E- p- Rhodes, on the Horst; Shoe road; writes from St. Lazaire, France, that he is at the port of em barkation awaiting orders to sail for the states. :o: Rev. and Mrs. R. P. Fikes are spending the winter at Mrs. J. G. Waldrop's. Rev. Mr. Fikes is the preacher in charge of the Mills Rive: circuit. :o: D. M. Bussell and family are oc cupying one of the Brown cottages Third avenue, opposite Dr. B .. Sanatorium. Mr. Bussell came near Charlotte and will remain .... -for a year or so. :o: Dr. J. L. Egerton, who has been ru the Merriwether Hospital in Asheville for a week suffering from influenza, is doing nicely. He will not be able to resume his practice for some time. i however :o: The Yoman's Foreign Missionaiy Society of the Method'.st Church mer at the parsonage fuosday afternoon, Jan., 28. The me.-tins was conduct- ed by. Miss Minnie Varner, a retarnea missionary from Mexico. Miss Varner is a sister of our townsman, E. K. Vann, who is with th-? Bland Hard ware Co. :o: Dr. B. F. Cliff, who has been In service for 18 months has been honor ably disharged. Dr. Cliff will be as sociated with Dr. W. R. Kirk. Ke practiced at East Flat Rock before going into service. For the present he will be at home there; but hav regular office hours in town. -.o. Mrs. J. L. Egerton, who was calle.: to Conway, S. C, on account' of her mother's illness, received messages from Asheville about Dr. Egertons illness and went to be with him. Fhe came home this week as he is getting along nicely. ., :o: Among the sick with inf!uorc;ra, who are convalescing are- O. "W. Brooks and family Mrs. J. A. Fletcher, Miss Vada Orr, Mrs. E. Hart. Wax Fir- lin, Maurico Orr, Marion Justus. Bii:y Wlkins, me raises &ie, .vji. o. It... WwiE5? au."C.uii ie Simpson, Mrs. Dora Sossamon mri daughter, Elizteth. they are worth EXDICOTT-JOHNSOX WORK SHOES $1.98 LADIES' & XTT ?-Tr LOUS ES, $1.00 GARMENTS FOR 79c 30c .APRON GINGHAMS FOR 22 l-2c $10 SILK POPPLINS BEAUTIES ALL COLORS 98c goods at prices tha $3.00 HOUSE DRESSES FOR ONLY $1.98 GOOD HEAYY NIGHT GOWNS FOR ONLY $1.98 5a