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I B. Shock
Harley Shipman
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DIVERSITY OF BARGAINS
FOB HUSTLES READERS I
One cent a ivord for each inser
tion, each initial or abbreyiatlon I
counting as a word
3rd A
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venue,
Farm vKenter ganted.. Wired
pastures. Good barnsTvruit etc.
Jos. E. Wood; Box 777. 8-lt-p.
FOR SAETwomule rolls eleven
months old. yjatfnesvglJSorton, Flor
ida Colony. Mail address, Jlendersoa
Ville, Route 5.
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WANTED ttMlerirl to do house
work and live onprBmTss. Hen-;
dersonville Dry Cleaning Establish
ment. 8-3t-p.
Agenrfo'tlecklenburg Marble
Company. Write-Tsr phone me. to.
D. Coburn, Route 6501 286-"W.
3-6t-p.
FOR SALEVAt once two thousand
Peach treesrtv years old, 5c each.
G. W. Connell, Piwne 312-W.
' . . . j 8-lt-p.
ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE
West
WAN TED To (bur lumber of all kinds
and would be igerested in buying
the entire cut of several mills. Ad
dress R. F. Whitmer, Inc., Box
All, Asheville, N. C. 6-4t-c.
WANTED Tle people of Henderson
ville to knowtkat you have a home
florist. If I haven't just what you
want I can get it WVou quickly
and at a lower price. Myers the
Florist. ( .'T3' 8-tf-c
! WANTEDr-To rent in or near Hen-
dersonvvlbarom July to Oct., 1st a
furnished huseof three or four
bedrooms. StateXall particulars In
first letter. AddresiJ3. S. J.,
Park Ave., and Drayton Sts. Sav
annah, Ga. 8-2t-c.
:Tomb stones aMaTjnmorlal work.
Will quote prices andrect work.
claying quaiinea as aammisiraiur ui
the eltate of J. T. Osborne, deceases,
Jate oVohe County of Henderson and
State of North Carolina, tfiis is to no
tify all persons having cla.aia against
the estate hi said deceased to exhibit
them to the undersigned on or before
the 19th day ofl Match, 192), cr thi3
notice will be pleaded in bar of their
recovery. - Vv' i'rissf-. ,
All persons 'nrlcttefl to said estate
frill please make immediate payment.
This the 19th day of March, 2919.
J, P. OS BORN K,
-''Administrator of J. T. Osborne,
Deceased.
NOTICS OF SAL.: UJt
Notice iVksreby given that all the
personal property of" the estate of the
late J. T. Osborne will be sold at
Public AuctionSrtvthe home of h$jrf-t
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'said J. T. Osborne on .oaiuiuiy,-,
April 12tb, 1919, Commencing at
o'clock, p. m. V
J. D. bSBORNB,
Administrator of J. T. Osborne,
Deceased.
8-2t-p.
Silver LacWandfltte Eggrs, $1.25
for 15. Mrs. Jno.Osborne, Horse
Shoe, N. C. , 8-2t-p.
HOES, HARNESS, AlIO TIBK
R CHAIRING. We can sell you a new
tir of sEoes, a set -)i harness, any
part harness, any harness hardware.
Wc- can mendyoufc shos, your harness
onr automobile tires and save yon
200 per cent on yoursftoes and harness
an five hundred per cent, on your
automobile tires. All this work Is
dne to perfection on short nolle. I
V Dotson & Co. 4-ti-c.
Mrs. Eddie Cutter, who spent the
winter at Macpnp Qa.z with her
daughter and in Atlanta, Ga., yriiK
her son, came back last -Saturday to
her home near Laurel Park.
F. S. Royster Fertilizer Warehouse
at the G. G. Hyder Rock Building by
he East -Hendersonville Baptist
Church. ' Just received 2 cars of these
famous fertilizerirand it can be bought
Lt reasonable prices. Nsee us at once.
G. G. HYDER.
8-2t-p.
i
We havd opened a new
business ana are thoroughly
equipped tpvdo acetylene
welding, carbon burning,
rebuilding of storage bat
teries, and general repair
work.
Our workmanship vviN be first-class
and your business Vould be
highly appreciated
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.Do EL (GARAffi
3rd Ave. West
Phone 21
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Featuring
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The Craving contains the most remarkable Photography ever
combined frith a motion picture drama In faet It is a picture filled
with the most amazing illnslo ns ever presented In aYhotoplay and
It is also a tremendous heart-Interest drama of today With a story
that stands alone in its worlC-vride appeal to all between; 8 and SO.
10c
Admission
20c
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.'.j. Includln ."War Tax..,
Coming "THE WILDCAT OF PARIS."
40 inch
SHEETING
good quality
20 cents
Good
Dress Gingham
22 1-2
cents, yd
Special and unusual values in
Woiiib
M
Tailoirei Sunt
Smartness of hne distinguishes the new Tailor-Made Suits and our compre
hensive lstocks of the season's new modes offer a most inviting
I selection to seekers who want individual style.
Ladies' Suits
Serge Suits, Tricgtipe
Suits, Garbardines and
all new materials, in
distinct tailored models,
braid trimmed with pret
ty vests, superior make
$25 to $45 ,
I
Women's and Misses'
Spring Capes, Coats
; and Dresses
The new graceful Cape
or belted Coat of Serge,
Gabardine, Poiret twill
$12.50 to $35.0(f
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A beautiful selection)f
Dresses in Georgette,
Chiffon Taffeta, Satii,
Crepe Meteor, Sergej
and Combinations
Special $13.50 to $36.50
Pre5y New
Here will be found charming types of bothrimmed and untrimmed Hats for
Ladies and Misses in piquantj(outhful styles
Sjpecial $1198 to $7.98
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Sweaters for Spring ind I Summer
A big assortment of pretty new sweaters in smart new colors sleeveless
oweaiers, miaay oweaters ana oat Oweaters in wool and silk fiber
Special $1.98 to $10.00
. . ; .
Women's and Children's Low and High Shoes for Spring 1919
Maxie Shoes for Women, Buster Brown
Shoes for Boys and Girls. .
The largest stock of shoes for Men, Wo
men and Children to select from
in Hendersonville
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