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I-. THURSDAY, MAX 1st, WIS
FRENCH BROAD HUSTLER, HENDERSONVILLE, N. C.
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People and
Events-
Miss Mattie Stansel, Reporter
Major Michael Schenck has re
turned to Washington, D. C.
Charles Pw. Whitaker has returned,
by motor, from St . Petersburg, Fla.
Albert Dixon, who has had a posi
tion at Shelby, has returned home.
v
. Mrs. F. E. Durfee has been quite
sick for several days.
Edward Earle Bomar will graduate
from Georgetown college, Georgetown,
Ky on June 4.
Mrs. W. R. Grey, from Davidson,
spent the week-end with her sister,
Mrs: C. L. Grey.
W. P. McAllister is expecting to go
to Lumberton this week to attend to
"business.
"'" Mrs.' Herman Potts has returned,
from Landrum , and Spartanburg,
J3 . C: ;
J". R. Carver has returned to Lau
. rel Park after a visit to Paris island,
S. C.
Mrs. W. G. Lewis and daughters,
from Frankfort, Ky., have been guests
at Kentucky Home for several weeks.
1 Mrs..C. D. Cusning and son,
George have gone to New York city
for a business visit.
Monsignor Kierans, of Philadel
phia, Penn., is spending some time
with Father Marion.
Mrs. Mattie Hart and Miss Spann
spent last week with Mr. and Mrs.
P. H. Walker at East Flat Rock.
Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Davenport
have been on a brief visit to the lat
ter's mother at Brevard.
Mrs. D. C. Dickert, of Columbia,
S. C, has been here shaping up her
house "on Fifth avenue for summer.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Veal, from An
derson, S. C., are visiting relatives at
East Flat Rock.
Little Amelia Dickens visited Diie
and Beulah Guill at East Flat 3 lock
last week.
J. L. Hood has rsturiiol to New
port News, Va., after visiting his fam
ily at East Flat Hock.
F. S. Wetmur is expected home on
Saturday from Iowa where he went
in the interest of his plantation.
Edgar Latham has had as his guest
Lynwcod Hassell, from Plymouth.
Mr. Hassell has recently returned i
from overseas with the 30th division.
About 20 people enjoyed an Easter I
egg hunt at Brickton, that was given
by Misses Joella and Willie May
Ward at their home.
Miss Anna Langford has returned
to Saluda after attending the wedding
of her niece, Miss Arabella Aiken at
Brevard. .
Ed C. Gregory, from Shanghai,
China, who has been visiting his. sis
ter. Mrs. Alice Green, at LaureJ Park,
has gone to Richmond, Va., etc., to
visit other relatives.
Miss Irene Wetmur returned from
Dunbar, S. C, last Sunday evening.
Her brother-in-law, Mr. Stackhouse
is some better.
Miss Anne Oates and Lieut. VI!ia7ts
Oates have returned to Prk
city. En route Miss Oates visited her
grandmother. Mrs. Cole, in 'Jnarlotte.
J. L. Livingston, wife and daughter,
from Fletcher were visitors here last
week. Mr. Livingstone says that the
farmers in that section are doing a
nustling business. -
The Young People's Missionary
Society of the Methodist Church will)
have a picnic supper at the home of
Miss Ruth Wetmur on Friday after
noon. They will meet at the church
at 5:30 o'clock with their chaperon.
Mrs. W. R. Smith, from Green
wood, S . C . , spent week-end with
her mother, Mrs. J. W. Williams, on
Hymen Heights. Mrs.. R. L. Henry
accompanied her sister home.
. Mrs. Miday and daughter, MiS3 Ma
tilda, from Melbourne, Fla., came to
their summer home on Fifth avenue
last week. Miss Emma Miday will
visit in Canton, Ohio before coming
here.
At East Flat Rock rooms have been
taken for the summer by ?Ir and
Mrs. B. F. Craig, from i3ridgew.it ei-,
Tenn., with Mrs. Olivia Opnelt, Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. McClosky with Mrs.
R. G. Rand.
Mr. and Mrs. Alph C.
J. Foy Justice is a patient at the
local hospital. Mr. Justice was visit
ing a chair factory at High Pome and
stepped on some grass . underneavii
which was boiling water. The "re
sult was a badly scalded foot. ,
Rev. R. V. Miller conducted th
service at the Mqthdi:'.t .church last I
Sunday evening nai.u; as his tt.eme
"Heaven." Rev. Mr. Miller is a rea?
Bible student and his Bible talks are
very interesting.
Mrs. Ed Freeman died at Zircon la
recently following an illness of a fev
weeks. She is survived by her hus
band and two sons. The fmreral ser
vices were concluctel by Rev. Pay
ton Corn and the intermen: was at the
Freeman cemetery.
Glazener
have returned from a visit to Mrs.
Glazener's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
McFall, at Anderson, S. C. Mr. and
Mrs. Glazener have givsn up house
keeping and will boai! fo a coip!e
of months.
Mr.. McDonald and family from
Davidson River have secured Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. Miller's bungalow
for a year and are occupying it. Mr.
and Mrs. Miller are living in a cot
tage near M. D. Coburn's.
The Ravenscroft Guild enjoyed their
regular monthly social at the rectory
last Thursday evening. A dozen of
the younger set had a good time
dancing. During the evening punch
was served. The chaperons were
Mesdames A. C. Tebeau, R. e.
Ward and Mrs. Middleton.
C. N. Brown has returned to
Miami, Fla., after a short business
trip to Hendersonville and Asheville.
Mr. Brown was the guest of his sister-in-law,
Miss Juiia Crosland a;
Marlboro Villa.
Mesdames L. R. " Barnwell and
Lloyd Dodamead are attending
state U. D. C. convention at Wilson
this week. Mrs. James Gudger, Jr.,
is a candidate for the presidency;
Mrs. James H. Patterson, who has
been ill for months, was taken to
Patton Memorial Hospital on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Allen have come
home from a visit to their daughter,
Mrs . George Woodfin. at Pisgah For
est. i
The Parent-Teachers Association !
at Flat Rock observed Arbor Day on
Friday afternoon, April 25, by setting
flint 25 hemlock and two cedar trees,
bordering two sides of the campus,
planting several beds of flowers, etc.
The cedar trees and poppies were
planted as memorials to the soldiers
who died while in service. The
school children assisted in the work.
Edgar A. Livingstone, son of Mr
and Mrs. J. F. Living.-." at Tifet
cher, whs. is seaman on the U. rf. S.
Barnes, aimed in iew i -. K oily
last weeK from a n.ont.Ys slay ?'n Cu
ba and Jamaica. Wh".l? hi Cuba ho
was with Admiral Mayo i division of
the fleet. The U. S. S. P. L !3;rno3
Decorated by Pershing
Lieut, George Ward, son of Mr.
and Mrs. E. W. Ward' at Fletcher,
has gone to Barberton, Ohio, where he
has accepted a position. Lieut. Ward
entered service in July 1916 and serv
ed on the Mexican border before going
overseas with the 30th division,
118th Infantry. He'" was wound
ed in the left shoulder at the break
ing of the Hindenburg line. All of his
superior officers were killed and Lieut.
Ward led his company into th titTht
and for this act of bravery under nr6.
Gen. Pershing "pinned the Serrice
Cross of Honor on him.
How We Keep io
Market
ADMOISTRATOES NOTICE
Having qualified as administrator of
Perry, Williams, deceased, late of
Henderson County, N. C, this is to
notify all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased to
exhibit them to the undersigned on or
before the ISth day of March, 1920, or
this notice will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery. All persons indebted
to said estate will please make imme-
the diate payment.
This the 18th day of March, 1918.
. J. J. ALLEN,
8-6t-c. Administrator,
Constant ToMclh with
New York
Because it is to our advantage as w ell as yours yon will natarally be in
terested in our arrangement -with a resident purchaser in Nov lork
whereby he keens in daily touch with the, market conditions, styles,', bar
gains, etc., and takes advantage of the opportunity to purchase and ship us
regularly high-grade merchandise ai bargains we could not take advan
, tage of unless we were to make exte nded personal visits to New York.
This gives us a direct touch with the market and much to our advantage.
It is our policy to share these advait tages -with our customers. This ex
plains why we are receiving rare bar gains almost every day in high-grade
merchandise at most reasonable pric es, affording wide assortments from
which you can make choicest selection '
will remain in' New C--rk i L for
awhile to undergo resdi'-
EB ;
f UK SALE OK BENT 3Iy residence
located, on Hebron street, known as
Hebron Lodge. This house con
tains nine large rooms besides batn
closets and it has all the modern
improvements, two garages, servant
, houses, barn and poultry house. ;
For further information write, Mrs.'
VVogel, Sumter, S. C. 10-tf-c.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
NORTH CAROLINA, HENDERSON
COUNTY.
In tlfe matter of, Municipal Election
to t e held in the City of Henderson
vi:je, on May 6th. 1919, to elect a
Mayca and three Councilmen to
serve in the places of those whose
terms expire May, 1919.
To the Electors of the City of Hender
sonville; Please take notice that an election
has been called to be held in the City
of Hendersonville on the first Tues
day after the first Monday in May
it being the 6th day of May, 1919, for
the rnrpose of electing a mayor and
throe councilmen to serve the city in
place of the retiring members whose
terms expire in May, 1919; and you
will, further take notice that Franx
Edw.-.rds. Jr., Esqr., has been ap
pointed to act as Registrar of said
election and that A. C. Glazener and
J. M. Stepp have been appointed as
judges of said election: that the poll
ing place will be at the City Hall ana
the polls will be open from 8 u. va..,
until sunset pursuant to the require
ments of section 2960 of the Revisal
of (Pell).
By order of the Board of Commis
sioners, this the 5th day of April,
1919. .
G. V. BROOKS, City Clerk. .
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Georgette Crepe" de Chine dresses, $13.50 to $35.00
Satin and Taffeta dresses, $9.95 to $25.00,
Georgette and Crepe de Chine shirt waists, very attractive styles, $3.50 to
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Children's Ginghams and Voile D resses, all sizes 98c and up.
Ladies' and Children's trimmed ,and .nntrimmed hats, all sample, no two
alike, at about 50 per cent off regular prices
We have an unusually pretty line of new skirts in silk and wool.
Warner and Redfern Corsets
New Idea Patterns
Red Cross Shoes, Maxine Shoes, Buster
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