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11 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, MM. Y "-.y PERSONALS Mrs. J F. Byers could not enter tain the Ladies Aid Society last week on account of influcmnv iu the family The meeting was held at, the parso nage, after the ladies had worked for a couple of hours, Mrs. Moores serves a salad, with wafers, coffee and sand wiches. :o: Mrs. A. J. Foisythe, en route from .Sunimerville, S. C, to her home at Brevard, visited Mrs. A. H. Burck myer recently. Mrs. Forsythe had" been to care for her -step-father, Dr. Muckinf uss, who had been ill and died without knowing that his wish" to have Mrs. Forsythe with him, had been granted. :o: The Young People's Missionary So ciety of the Methodist Church - will meet at the church on Friday evening with their leader, Mrs. F. E. Durfee. An interesting program has been ar ranged and a full attendance is de sired. :o: The Young People's Missionary So ciety of the First Baptist Church, will meet at the parsonage on Friday afternoon. This society is preparing some interesting tableaux which will probably be given during the Sunday School hour some time soon. Miss Lucy Bomar is their leader. The Wise Lumber Dealer I like to sell good shingles, so I sell the "TRANSFER Brand," The shingle of all shingles, the best in all the land. I like to haul put timber! t. patrons .all' day long, And siding, thin and limber, a...a flooring good and strong. For when a man will sell the best.hc always hits th spot, Which ouilis the stately dwelling, the store an.! hiarj.lr- cot. And he feel.-, -..liat he is hd:ng to push the wnla aiwig. So we istar bin sofuy; tinging, a sweet and joyous song. I like to sell good shingles, for then In rousing from its slumbers, the Ur ed and stagnant land. Whene'er I sell an order, and put away the dimes; I say I'm on the roadway, to good and better times. Pride's blush comes then a-mantling, my bulging brow upon, For I know when I sell "TRANSFER Brand,"I help the old world on. I help to build he summer home, which fills the present need, In wh:;"h .aca:.o.. happiness, is happiness indeed. I help :o build iho cottagehi which the newly weds, Consume their home-cooked ctisners, with sunshine in their heads. I help to build the palace, where rKh men count their chink, And hit the sparkling dry, whene'er $hey want a drink. I help to build the cities, where bus y jJeQple dwell, It would be a thousand pities, had I n o more .to sell. I want to have a hand in all good'thin gs that's going on, I'd hate to be a standing, two idle fe et upon. " I hate to deal in moonshine, and tak e the shining plunk, For goods which have the prune shi ne, cf gold bricks or of junk. You'll find some dealers funny, throu ghout this good old earth, But I'd not enjoy the money, unless I gave its worth. Unless the goods I sell them, had use ful end and aim, Though coin came in a-pelting, I'd no t enjoy the game. T liTro tn coll fha "TP AMQTTTT'T?" fr. tVi I'm helping to encumber the world wi I like to have my finger in every wor I'd like my name, to linger behind me For the lumber dealers figure, in eve In every thing that's biggest this is So I will stick to "TRANSFER" the "Until I see it covering the homes thr oughout the earth. .w,. The "Transfer" Poet. We Sell "TRANSFER" Brand J. R. Willson Lumber Company PHONE 231-R1 Our Motto: Quality Wins" Our Advertisement: "A Satisfied Customer" "There Goes rowns He never even home to livexin." ' . That's a mean thing to say about any man, and it needn't be said about you. You can leave herNa home if you want to. ' Why not investigate ? SmithJackson & Morris Company AGENTS Sergeant W. Frant Bradburn writes his mother, Dec. 26, that he find Mr. Johnson are together again. They had a good Christmas dinner. Orders for preparation to sail Lave been given and they are very anxic-.is to return to the states. Mr. Bradburn was presi dent of the Mutual Drug Manufactui ing Co. :o: Dr. and Mrs. S. S. Rodman,- en .route from Charleston, S. C, to Nor folk, Va., were visitors at Flat -Rock and Hendersonville this week. Dr Rodman has recently returned from Gilbralter and will be stationed in the ,Jiavy department at Norfolk. Jura. Rodman is a daughter of Ed Memmger who has a summer home at Flat Rock. , :o: Mrs. M. C. Toms had as her guest during the Centenary Missionary meeting at tne jueinouibt v,uui iulo week, Rev. Dr. Dan Atkins, whi is well known all over Western Nortli Carolina. Dr. Atkins served as if. it,. of the Asheville and Waynesville Dis trict for several years. :o: Abe Kantrowitz left last week for an extended stay in Chicago, where he is taking a course in window trim-1 ming. Mr. Kantrowitz has had some training in this line. The new, large and. handsome windows of the store I've had a hand ? a. on T Vt!aitt Tvtt llnrrr, th useful things. thy pie, when I die. ry useful scheme, , ; no idle dream. V". fehingle that has worth. 1 1 left fier Widow of E. Lewis & Son will lend them- pelves beautifully to his artful hand and mind upon his return. :o: Walter Pack, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Pack, at East Flat Rock, who has been at Guipavas, France which is a dirigible station in the U. S. Na v.l Aviation Unit for nine months, has been released from active service and has returned home. Mr. Pack safrs that the Y. M. C. A., has been of great help to the sailors, overseas. He is very glad to be in the states again. 0n Wednesday afternoon, Jan . , from 4 to 6 o'clock, C. E. Brooks, Jr., celebrated his second birthday. Cov ers were laid for fourteen of his little friends on the dining room table wMch wag beautifully decorated for occasion Tne larg8 birthday cafce held twQ lighted candles which little Edward wanted to remain burn ing. He willingly shared the cake with his little guests and all enjoyed the chocolate and fruit that was serv ed with it. :o: Mr. and Mrs. Avery Justice had as their dinner guests last Tuesday, Welch Galloway, from Brevard, who has been superintendent of the Metho dist Sunday School for years and is one of the prominent lawyers of that town and J. W. Morgan, of Horse Shoe, who has been an active member of the County Board of Education for many years and also superintendent fcff the Methodist Sunday School at Horse Shoe. Messrs Morgan and Galloway were delegates to the Centenary meet- :o: The sub-District group meeting in he interest of the Centenary Move ment of the Methodist Church was lield in the Methodist Church on Tuesday. Res. R. M. Courtney anfl R. E. Willis explained the history of the Centenary Movement and its re lation to the different church organi zations. A district Tithing League was organized with Mr. Dunham o Asheville as President, C. H. Trowr bridge, from Brevard , ?.s Secretary and F. E. Durfee as Treasurer. . The pictures given in the evening were representative of the work that is being done in the foreign fields. :o: Mrs. A. J. Burke, who has been visiting her dauguter, Mrs. Norman W. Miller and her sister, Mrs. M. R. Allen, has gone to Roanoko, Va., lor a visit. - - 0- I I DIVERSITY OF BARGAINS FOR HUSTLER READERS 1 I One cent a word for each inser- 1 tlon. each initial or abbreviation counting as a word 1 O " FARM FOR SALE Old Brazee place. 63 acres, near Hollyspring chu-vtfi, 11 n.iles front. Hendersonville, on .I-;rovard road, Z&acres under itulti vAti .it. T-room house, outbuildiag3. Fiue pia.ee for lake. Pine enoua to pay for place, facing. Address V i'.llam Gardinier, Etowah, N. C. 52-4t-p. 'OR SALE 28 Slioa Good stock at a bargain. C. wooten at Kentucky Horn 1-ttp. Write C. O. Smith. Inman, S. C, district salesman for Charlotte Marble and Granite Co., W.NT. Tombstones, regulation sizes, are seinng at oia prices. Other monuments according ly. 52-tfc. PLANT COTTON. I want renters or share croppervfdr''two to . four horse farms. Bis. profits. Good land. HealthyneaK railroad. Re ferences exchanged. W. A. Edwards, Westville, S. C, Route 1. 50-7tpJ IFOR SALE Piano, slightly used, at a bargain. BoxN7, Hendersonville 11-21-tfc. FOR SALE New Niano at factory price. See S. Maiwell 11-24-tfc. FOR SECOND HASTD CARS Of all kinds see S. Maxwell. Henderson viHe, N. C.v 11-21-tfc. OR RENT Steam heated office and large hall. Hunters Pharmacy. l-2t-p. WANTED To sail good stronjr ort horse. Bargain t aiiick sale. Mrs. A. P. Davis. Corar bra-Park. 1-L't-c ' See yd a. A HIGH PRICED ORNAMENTAL COAL STOVE FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN. A. S. TRUEX. , 1-lt-c K i l h- JL " . ' j I III mmmi mA I P ill" ! p' I J M MMIMMrftMIM 111 -1 f f k-j$$mmig P I 1 ' n m 1 1 . ci a o. I it :;; as better equipped citizens. They've learned on the battlefield the value they're certain to demand fought for it there. Are they going to come back and find us satisfied with less than "the best?" We think not. We have learned our lessons over here to know the best and to demand it. V We, as clothing merchants, have set our selves astandard, too-not to sell less than the : Gnat's why we are offering Hart Schafl ner & Marx clothes--well made; all-wool. ' h 7 - : E7 SENT our men over little - . j 7 better 'than raw- rebruits; they're coming back not only as better trained soldiers, but of it the here "best"- they as 4 -i The home of Hart'Schaffner & Marx cloth es