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FRENCH BROAD HUSTLER, HENDERS03TVILLE, JT. C. ) and & vents Mrs, Otis Powers is very 4 - " vciy 111 wa, E. v L-banfc is nick with a deep yusmuLKJLiiiX lUllOWing Illfluen71 1 it-,, ixao i-i't luu J Xicv-Ai-O Vi. influenza, so far. -:o:- Mrs. A. Ficker has been on' the r .ck list for several davs. :o: Miss Ashley Ray is in with za-pneumonia. influen- , .o: im. Ont.ps -:5 im ported to be slightly improved. :o: Mrs. Amos Bennett is out again after an illness of nearly three wsaits. Mrs. John ;i. Lorest has retv.rneo from a brief visit :o .We.?- Viwia. . :o: v Mrs. A. E. nart i; visiting MvS. T. H. Walker at biat Hack. D. :o: Duff left on Wetf nr-dv the northern markets to buy goods. Mr. and :jra. tYico, W. S JNI aui Mrs. F. S Wy.-ui.r left on M'.n day for a motor trip to St. Petersburg, Miami and other places in Florida. :o: Mrs. F. Bailey and daughter-, Mrs. H. 3. Pence, who have been quests of Mrs. L. M. Colt, have re turned to Lima, Ohio. :o: Miss Lilian Ciouse is convalescing irom influenza ina hopes soon to re to her vrork at I'liss -Woodail's Millinery s:or;v :o: Mr:;. R. R. collect, of Brooklv. I N. Y.. arrived last Friday for & visit 'C" j Lii , . . CIXIVI J AX. X W. M. Guill has returned from aiBIy- visit to his mother at Dillon, S. :o: Miss ada Orr has returned t C. o her work at Baker's Art Gallery. Mr. and Mrs. H. Pauerson left for New York on Wednesday. :o: Frank Edwards has returned from a vacation cf several weks in Florida. : o: Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Glazener snent the week-end with Mr, parents at Rosman. :o: Mrs. Fred D. Kilpatrick, of Colum bia, S. C., arrived last week for a visit to her mother, Mrs. .T. Boliug. :o: Leon Trice returned to Great Lakes 111., on Wednesday after spending his furlough o fl2 days with relatives. Misses Helen Child and Lilian Co- zart are convalescing from their at tacks of Influenza. : -l ;'" :o: . Mesdames J. L. Wade and M. A. ee wao came to attend the funeral, of their brother, Frank Morris re-1 turned to their homes at Dunn, N. C , ' on Sunday. :o: Mesdames G. E. Harness, Michael' Ailsworth and Homer A. Rau, who j came to attend the funeral of their ' father, Samuel Rau, returned to their homes this week. :o: Miss Jane Connor, supervisior of the telephone exchange here, who has been taking a course under the chief operator in Charlotte, is expected to return home this week. :o: Sergeant Jule S. .Rhymer, who i with the second division of the Ameri can Army of Occupation on the Rhine. writes that he is well and is not ex- i U I pecting to get home any time soon. t :o: j Mrs. Viola Cagle, who lives on the :o: j Edneyville road a feAv miles from urs' McIvern -ml daughter, town, continues ill with influenza. Margaret Erie, who have been at the: Thfi nthPr mmw. f , fo,-u, local hospital have returned to Marl boro Villa. John'Ewbank came home Saturday from the A. and E. Colege, at Ral eigh, after completing the short course of study in agriculture. :o: Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Collins and son of Kansas City, Mo., are on a vis- Glazener's ' i,: to lie fornier's parents, Mr. and . Mrs .S.J. Collins, on route 5. :o: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gold, who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kantrowitz. have returned to Hamp ton, Va. :o: Mrs. Abe Kantrowitz and Miss Rosa Lewis left , on Sunday for New York ! where they will take a complete course Mrs. F. C. SlilVwall is still at thein corsst fitting buy spring goods, local hospital bat is improving steae- The ccndition Jj. F. Cyers,' who lly- is suffering from an atack of influenza, :G: iis reported to bo satisfactory as there Brownlow Jackson and son, Joaa-have not been any complications, than, returned to Raieigh on Monday i :o: after spending the week-end uere. :o: Lee Allen who joined the mariacL and made several trips overseas, re turned home last week. :o: Miss Lulu Wal-.lrop is visiting her sister, Mrs. Vilsii;rj Gritlith, at Fort Caswell, . C. :o: Mrs. L. E. Ra'dcley has returned home from Coluiobia, S. C. Her daughter is bette :o: Mrs. R. C. Clarke and little son, R. C, Jr., have been visiting rela tives in Atlanta Ga., for some time. C. C. Jordan spent the week-end with his family on the Crab ; Creer: road. :o: Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Stroup and daughter, Isabel, who live near town, spent Saturday in to-vn shopping. : o: The Blue Ridge School for Boys added to their faculty recently Lieut. J. E. Burnside, from Greenwood, S. C. :o: Miss Addie Sides has gone to Hic kory to spend a coupie of weeks with her parents. :o: Rev. Raymond Browmn.y leit last week for Aurora, N. C, to hold a meet ing. :o: Dr. L. B. Morse left on Tuesday for Raleigh in the interest of the -.State Road Bill. :o: tT. M. Elsom, 3rd class petty officer Jwho has been in the navy at Hamp ton Roads, has returned home. recovered. :o: Gergeant W. L. Corriher, who is in tervice with the chemical plant at Saltville, Va., is visiting his r renta this week. Frank Corriher, who has been in the navy at Hampton Roads, Va., has been discharged from service and has returned homo. :o: Among the recent influenza victims are . Irene, Katharine Caldwell, Ash ley Ray, Minny Sue Flynn, Lilian Brown, Mary Bell Maxwell, Margaret Belk, Cornelia, Clarence Durham, Mrs. Cody and daughter. :o: Mrs. Nellie Perry, who is spending the winter i VashiPc5ic i, v C t.s correspondent for the American Red Cross wriroj t:at she isn't wry veil. Mrs. Perry prefer? the clm.ate ct Western "North Carolina. :o: Misses Eliza, Dixon Peden and Mrs. Lilian Dickens motored to Shelby anc Charlotte last Sunday. Mrs. Dickeno visited relatives at Shelby and the Misses Peden went to see their bro ther who is ill in a hospital in Char lotte. :o: Mrs. Brownlow Jackson and Mis3 Birdie West left this week for Cincin nati, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York City in the interest of their spring millinery and fixtures for their new store. :o: J. A. Manning Morris, son of Rev and Mrs. W. A. Morris, who went overseas with Co., 6, has returned to the states. He is in Atlanta and en route home will visit in Spartanburg, S. C. :o: Rev. R. M. Courtney, Field Secre tary of the Centenary Movement of the Methodist Church and Rev. W. E. Poovey. nastor of the Methodist Church who live with Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes,-. t Brevard were entertained by Mr. are reported as improving. , M n. F. Bland. :o: j -.0. Friends of Mrs. B. W. Carter will. Rey R E wim P E- of Ashe be glad to hear that she is enjoying Digtrict wag the guest of Rev. good neaiin, nas a uu u.n Moores. Prof. C. H plenty of fruit, at waoasso, where she is making her home. Sergeant O. K. Jones, who has re cently returned fiom France, spent Sunday with relative? here. Ser geant Jones is at Camp Wadsworili. :o-.- Mr. and Mrs. 7. TT. Goodman, who have been in Mi.-um, Fla., have re turned and vdll be with Dr. and Mrs J. S. Brown for awhile. -.0: Miss Kate Smith, after recovering from influenza at Weaver ville College, came home and will continue her studies here with special tutoring! . :o: John Bishop has returned from Bos ton, Mass., and is at his post again as one of the nieht operators at the Sou thern station. :o: Mrs. Gaither Rhodes is very sick with influenza at her home in the Mills River section. The Fogal family Fla., :o: Mrs. James H. Patterson continues critically ill and there seems little hopes for her recovery. Messages have been sent to her relatives and a brother is expected to arrive today. :o: Misses Bessie Jordan, of the city High School and Miss Gussie Dotson, who has been substituting for Miss Bertha Ledbetter in the fourth grade, are sick with influenza. i Trowbridge, superintendent of the Brevard Industrial School, was enter tained by Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Dur fee. :o: Mrs. Joseph McCreary and daugh ter, Miss Perchie McCreary, who have been in Asheville with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Johnson, came to Hendersonville recently to visit Mrs. McCreary's brother, T. M. McCulloh. They will return to their home in Spartanburg, S. C, this week. Men's ! es at Less . Than Cost - Women s ! Children s ! The Greatest ReductioVi on Shoes Hendersonville has ever seen. wtWfW brine coit or half cost, all these shoes or the J. O. Williams stock have got to go at once. ,r , ir-vh rriA HeatT W ork ..ocs, a Standard Six-Dollar Shoe, tor -!.. . -lien's i.ress snoes u.e Men's High-Bralc ilea tj XU,.,, EIg!lt.3)ol!ar. Models in Douglass and other weHJmown uung. enava IV,. .lAtf !11I "EDUCATOR") for S1.5U X i'll same . i..:,i, inr a' Five Dollar v; 7m not have sach an other chance to, sarc tirese pnets. d money on good Shoes.' Come TODAY ii you orot to 2nd your size at LADIES $25 COAT SUITS FOR $12.50 ! t xr 1 Spree H-nd-" Tailored. A large line irltli tliBr-rsce or -AU-TVool Serge, Hnd ZQ sec , In hall! They nm -- fi Wooieil Goods, 3Icn' and Uom A splendid lot of Sil V frcri c IHIams- stock. On cTevh and various articles of dowa to less than Cost. i2 t jJ - ii cut just exactly election. TnderTvear, Blankets Icea are marked way Gla GLAZEXEB zener s I wo Drores t CUTS THE FKICE AN D SELLS THE GOODS" Few We during store niL regret very much that the remodeling of our doorways are some what blocked, but there is a way at one dqor and while our remodel ing sale continues we are naming seme leaders that Will make it worth you while to come m. LADIES' HOUSE RHESfesFULL SIZES, MADE OF THE YEI1Y BEST QUALITY OF FEKCALe. $1.95 LADIES' LARGE SIZE BUNGALOW APKONS... 9Sc 3IIDDY BLOUSES 70c CHILDREN'S E-Z UMOX SUITS. . .1 ..93c . LADIES' WOOL HOSE, CLOSING OUT AT 39c LADIES' EXTRA GOOD QUALITY KHAKI MIDDY BLOUSE SUITS FOR ONLY ... V $8.95 BEST GRADE SILK POPLINS, YARD YvHJE 98c STANDARD CALICO, GOOD COLORS .TV ..15c BLUE CHA3IBRAY, 32 INCHES YOBE, .S.....22 l-2c LADIES' K DION AS. . . $1.93 Other prices equally attractive during remodeling. 'IPIfW.1 .. . The Right Sort of Pty M. ' i H III I have opened Shop Plumbing a modern Sanitary at Main Street and Third Avenue, and will carry a line of uptejdate supplies and fall V AT equip While I make a specialty of Steam and Hot Water Heating, I employ only licensed Plumbers and our rel specie Ity is Good Work" I A3I AGENT FOR THE L ALLEY LIGHT, BY FAR THE BEST PRI TATE LIGHT AND POWER PLANT T'fADE AND RUN A DEONSRA TING PLANT LN iTY SHOP. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN HAYING ' YOUR OYO LIGHT AND POWER PLANT, ONE THAT RUNS LIKE A NEW WATCH COME IN AND LOOK IT OVER. , PHONE 109 i ! a c im con M J)