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II : -4 THURSDAY, MAT 3i! ; 1319 REXCH BROAD HUSTLER, HEXDEXSONVILLE, jf. C. MRS. JAMES H. PATTERSOX L1JNEX shower . ZO LOWER PRICES, HE SAYS is i - V r The HendersonYille Hospital Asso ciation will have a "Linen Shower" on May 14, in the Red Cross rooms at the postoffice building, for the purpose of replenishing and better supplying the Patton Memorial Hospital with jiecessary linen. Everybody in the town and county -is -cordially invited to . attend ana fcring such articles as they may wish donate or money instead. Refreshments will be served, i ' MRS. O. V. F. BLYTHE, ; Sec. Hendersonville Asso M: M. Shepherd is one of the many Hendersonville merchants who be lieves there will be no lower prices in the immediate future if .at all The great authorit:e; of the country scv prices have reached a new level and are there to stay. A A CORRECTION f) ' The Edwards Hardware company's building on Main Street has riot been sold as was stated in this paper last week. The rock building next to the J Hendersonville Hardware company lias been sold, however, and an at tempt to state this was made last week. V EFFECTIVE ADVERTISISG The Chimney Rock company have issued a handsome folder descriptive of the Rock and the famous Heart of the Blue Ridge. The splendid illus trations reveal something of the beau ty of this famed country with its great niountain peaks, its musical waters and its splendid motor roads. The restaurant at Chimney Rock opens May 15 under the management of Mrs. A. M. Gover. I' W. C. Stradley's house on Fifth avenue has been re-modeled, calcl mined and painted which greatly im proves the appearance. 0 111 A complete showing of . Georgette, Crepe de Chine and Foulard Dresses Hoffman's Middy Suits-the only te Shape WaistsrtCreb and GeorgetteV Mrs. James H. Patterson died about noon, Friday, May 2, at Patton Mem orial Hospital where she had been taken for treatment a few day's be fore. Mrs. Patterson had been sick since November, Her condition gradually grew worse and death resulted from a complication of troubles. Mrs. Patterson was born at M.ir lington, West Va., about 42 years ago and had lived here for 10 years. She is survived by her husband, three sons, Howard, Donald, Glenn, one sis ter and a brother. Mrs. Patterson had been a consis tent member of the Methodist church for manv yeai:.- and was woii jiked by everybody who knew her. She was recognized as a .woman of Christian character'and has scores of friends who will miss her pleasing manner. The funeral services were held in the Methodist churjeh on Saturday afternoon by Rev. M. F. Moores and the interment was at Oakdale ceme tery. The floral tributes were beautiful. MONEY IN THE SOUTH "The warehouses are full of cotton and the planters have an abundance of money without selling what is in storage," said Fred Case of Anderson, S. C. "You may look for an early and a big season, for it certainly is getting some hot down there right now. Some of the schools will close three weeks earlier than usual, which will help to send 'the people to the moun tains sooner than in past years." Mo J w1 o wer ' Prices I KENTUCKY BELLES COMING e de Chine e are exclusive agents for Dove Muslin Underwear The range in price is from $2.00 to $1 5.00 The Kentucky Belles, presenting musical comedies with special fea tures, will be at the Opera House on May 8, 9 and 10. There ar2 four teen people in the company &ud Manager Loop says they present Ilr3t class, clean musical comedies wel worth while. BIG MONEY FOR SCHOOLS It is estimated that between $f0, 000 and $70,000 will be available for the county schools this year the largest amount ever spent on tho schools. The rate has been junvpec from thirty cents to slxiy-seven cents. TAX KATE OYER 2.12. V DUFFS It is estimated that the tax ru-l c in the county this year will be sunu'tlrnjj over $2.12 on he $100 valuation. IS ENCOURAGE!) Rev. S. J. W. Spurgeon, of Si. Paul's A. M. E. Zion church, is meeting with encouragement from all classes in conducting his e:nploy.oient bureau. Beneficial results have al ready been noticed, it is said A sroal: registration fee is charged. r pLOTHING, shoes, cotton goods , and everysQther line of merchan dise will never be any cheaper than right now. V There's no use waiting for lower Better bujrjhat you need right now. iWe have the goodc-y ou know ourimcea ! M, M T7 T7TT tt3 AT THE MONUMENT 6 OH B.1L LlO tLM of tine A O FOUND HIS GLASSES F. E. Curtis, who had building ma terial delivered before' the ashes or the fire which destroyed his Fifth avenue residence .were cold, lost his glasses during the excitement and found them in the yard, uninjured, a few hours after the fire apparatus hafl left. Incidentally, he also lost one of his cuff buttons," and when he founG his glasses he also found another cuh" button not his own, however. He would be glad to exchange, he says, if someone else has picked up the other. ESTER! CAROLINA'S BIG v nnnnn ASHEVILLE MAY 1 AND LASTING FOR 14 DAYS ONLY RACKET ifn Same Day and Date of "OH Hickory" (30th D! Thousands of yards of white goo dg and at THE RACKET STORE cpmmencJ ng May 14th. 1919, and Hiays only! Don't fail' to come tb AahevlUe during this sale! will surpass any previous sale of Its kind In Western North Carolina! ; r Three floors all full of bargains r-consisting of our entire ' stoik of Shoes, Millinery, Ladies Ready to Wear, Mens' and Boys : Clothiig at prices that will astound;! amaze and surprise you! .Bring your "family! ! Be bur guests! Stay as long as you like. A chance mat oniy comes but once a year! A genuine money saving - event that will go down In the merchandising history!: . , Don't forget the date Wednesday, May' 14 .Hachct DcJTtodii Store, IGTHtnicraAvq,, Aetovillcr, C.. EW - STORE - : tTjsion) Minstrel Show. Dry Otodg will be put on alc lasunar nr PnaimreTv . 'Ss! W ' , JM, S 4 m m7m XOU'LL like this rich, hew fabric, suited alike to the. young mens models and to the more reserved styles. t Battle red of America and Britain and horizon blue of France, cunningly blended, make this new cloth rich and colorful --the fabric hit of the season. chafiher Cepjrright 1919 Hart Setoffs & Mad waist-seam suits 0 Theyre trim, high shouldered; give that alert, athletic air. Available now irv both single and double-breasted Trmrl-lo jn tne popular "Uoth ofbe Allies.' 1 IRfiESTAND;BEST IN HENDERSON CXPMTY i Th'e.home;qf-H Schdfner & Marx cloth C3 99 V - .