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FRENCH BBOAD HUSTLER, HE?aEltSOXTILLE, K. C.
THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1919 v
WANT S WANTS
FOR SALE One fire passenger" Oyer
land car, at reasonable price for
cash. Apply to C. P. Rogers,
East Flat Rock, N. C.
27-3t-c.
CARPENTERS WANTED At New
berry, S. C. Highest wages, long
job, ideal working conditions. Ad
dress Newberry Lumber Co.
27-2t-p.
FOUND A Panama hat.. Bought in
Jacksonville, Fla. Phone, 6.
27-lt-p.
FOR SALE Four two horse .wagons
practically new, seven sets of two
horse wagon harness in good condi
ton, one fine mule, seven years old!.
Ii. P. Dermid, PPhone 233-W.
25-tf-c.
FOR SALE One pony, two seated
buggy, harness and saddle. In
quire of J. S. Sargent, Laurel
Park, P. O. Box 366. It
Join the prosperous farmers3
acres, 12 planted, 7-room house and
outbuildings at your own price and
terms. Five miles east of Penrose
on Crab Creek Road, near Holly
spring church. Look it over and
make offer. W. B. Gardinier,
Etowah, N. C. '
BRING YOUR BASKETS
Baskets We pay the highest cash
prices, for home-made baskets, and
all other novelties tha are home
made."
We buy all you bring, the year
through.
We wholesale and retail them
Come and see U3. Buford's Book
Store, Opposite Queen Theatre, Hen
dersonville,; N. C. tfc
NOTICE OF SALE
FOR SALE My home place, 5 rooms
..and bath.. Third avenue, west. Fine
neighborhood and near graded
school D. M. Bussell. lt-p.
FOR SALE Two burner .oil .stove
and good refrigerator. Address
-Hustler office. 3t-p.
WANTED Experienced toppers, knit
ters and loopers for manufacturing
half hose. Scott and Williams
knitters and wright loopers. Wages
20.00 to $25.00 per week for steady
work. Plant modern and clean.
Can furnish nice boarding places.
Write at once to Charlotte Knitting
Company, Charlotte, N. C.
21-5t-c.
Fairbanks-Morse; Oil Engines, Corn
Mills. Feed Grinders, Shingle Mills,
Wood Split Pulleys, Rubber Belting,
Farm Lighting Outfits,, Let us quote
you. Lummus Machinery Company,
Spartanburg, S. C. 9-tf-c.
NEW CROP TURNIP SEED Plant
all kinds now. We have Ruta
Baga, White Egg, 7 Top, Red Top
Globe, Purple Top, White Globe,
Yellow Globe and Cow Horn. Hunt
er's Pharmacy.
SPECIAL TO FORD OWNERS
Magnetos recharged and brakes re
lined for flat rate of $5.00. Expert
ignition service. See H. E. Park
inson, Asheville Road, Phone 280-3
26-4t-p.
LOST A small eameo, surrounded
with pearls between Goldman's
Specialty Shop and 515 Buncombe
street, Wednesday afternoon, July
23, about 5 o'clock. Reward Mrs.
T. R. DeShields. .
k27-4t-p.
DAY DREAM We have all the Day
Dreapi Preparations; Perfume,
Toilet Water, Boudoir Cream and
Complexion Powder. They are the
finest and the odor is deliciously
tantalizing. Hunter's Pharmacy.
WANTED To buy small farm, 15 to
60 acres, within few miles of Ashe
ville or Hendersonville on good
road. Dne with stream and spring
preferredl. Give full description
and best spot cash price in first let
ter. Price must be reasonable.
Dr. Harry . Thomson, General De
livery, Asheville. lt-p.
WANTED To buy used Iron bed in
good condition. E. W. Vogel,
Phone 235-W.
2t-c.
CHAUFFEUR desires position driv
ing car. Has good garage at hbuse
and could take care of several
boarders. Mt. Echo Inn, Phone
406-W.
Newspapers Run. by Women.
More than a score of . dafly news
papers in the United States ure owned
and actively managed by women.
NOTICE OF SALE
By virtueof a collateral note duly
authorizing the same, I will offer for
sale at the Court House door onthe
first Monday in August, fat 12 o'clock
M. 10 shares of the par value of
$100.00 of the capitarijstqck of the Os
ceola Lake company, and 12 shares of
the par value of $100.00 of the capital
stock of the First Bank and Trust
Company, all of Hendersonville, North
Carolina. This sale is being made to
collect a note for $2500.00 for which
this stock was" put" up as collateral.-f
C. S. CLARKE
By Smith, Shipman & Arledge,
Attorneys
June30th, 1919.
EXECUTOR'S JVOTICE
Having qualified executor of the es
tate of Mary A. Miller all persons In
debted to said Mary A. Miller will
make settlement to the undersigned
and any claims against said estate
must be' presented for settlement to
the undersigned within twelve months
from date of this notice, otherwise It
will be pleaded in bar of their re
covery. J. A. MADDftBY, Execuior.
Winston-Salem, N. C.
' This June 25, 1919.
This is to give jiotice that I have
sold to J. M. Dalton and G. S. Bow
man my grocery business at Naples,
N. C. I am no longer connected In
any way with that business. All par
ties owing me will make payment -to
me direct.
J. J. 3PANN,
May 1, 1919. 20-4t-p.
By virtue of the power c sale con
tained in a deed of trust executed to
the" undersigned by W. D. Meehan
and wife Marion N. Meehan, on' the
10th day of July, 1917, and recorded in j
Book 43 at page 202 of the Henderson j
rnntv records of mortgages and
deeds of trust, to secure the indebted
ness therein mentioned default hav
ing been made in the payment of both
principal, and interest, on said debt
we will sell-a.t public auction at the
court house door- in Hendersonville,
North Carolina, at 12 o'clock M. on
-Saturday, August 30th, 1919, to tn
highest bidder for cash all thei follow
ing described piece, parcel or tract of
laud, towit: Beginning at a stake on
the east margin of the Edneyville road
the southwest corner of a lpt sold by
P. F Patton to C . C . Young and
runs with Young's line South 58 de
grees east 173 feet to a stake inDer-mid-'s
line;': thence South 28 degrees
Ve"st 133.6 feet to a stake; thence
North 58 degrees west 189 feet to a
stake in the Edneyville Road; thence
with said road North 34 1-2 degrees
East 134 feet to the beginning. Being
the same lot conveyed to W. D. Mee
han by J. Foy Justice by deed dated
July 5th,- 1917, and recorded in Book
88 at page 127 of the records of deeds
for Henderson county.
; This sale being made to satisfy the
debt, interest and costs of sale.
This the 29th day of July, 1919.
E. W. EWBANK, Trustee
E. B. MALLORIE,
cestuy que trust.
EXECUTRIX NOTICE
Having qualified as executrix of the
estate of S. V. Pickens, all persons in
debted to said S. V. Pickens will
make settlement to the undersigned
and any claims against said estate
must be presented for settlement to
he undersigned within twelvemonths
from date of this notice, otherwise it
will be pleaded in bar of their re
covery. CORNELIA S. PICKENS,
MICHAEL SCHENCK, Executrix
Attorney.
Pershing Wants Pledges Paid
so welfare Work Will (Jo Un
With Army "To the End. '
Washington, D. C. Raymond B. Fosdick, chairman of the Com
mission on Training Camp Activities, has made public a letter which
he has received from General John J. Pershing, showing the vital
importance of continuing the welfare work with the army until the
end. Those who have not paid their United War Work Campaign
subscriptions will come in for much criticism if they do not do so dur
ing "Speed-Up" Week, July 28th to August 4thfc
Cleveland H. Dodge, national treasurer of the United War Work
agencies, stated-on July 15th that he had only enough funds on hand to
run the seven organizations until August 1st. Therefore, unless every
outstanding subscription is paid during "Speed-Up" Week, it will be
necessary doubtless to cut. down the-work qf the agencies which now
means so much to our soldiers still in uniform.
Gen. Pershing's letter in full reads:
AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES
J , Office of the Commander-in-Chief
France, May 3, 1919.
Mr. Raymond B. Fosdick, Chairman, Commission on Training
Camp Activities, War Department, Washington, D. C.
My Dear Mr. Fosdtck:
On the welfare societies that Joined in the united. campaign for
... fundst;hotn in the fallof 19.1 8. all, with the-exception of: the War
Camp Ciiuiity Service are continuing it hir helpful work, with
the American Expeditionary Forces."" : " " --.... f- C
This work of the utmost value to the troops and fs thorough
. ly appreciated by officers and . men. It gives me a --great -deal of
pleasure to testify at this time to the value of their services. I
sincerely hope that the amounts so generously subscribed during
the last campaign for funds will be' paid in , so that the work of
these societies with .the. Army in France may be continued to the
end. ' .
. Sincerely ours,
JOHN J. PERSHING.
NOTE The War Camp Community Service has. from the
outset, concentrated its efforts in encampment cities in this country. .
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Every body invited. It
will positively be sold
at the highest bid. Val
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ALE CONDUCTED BY: PENNY BROS.
American Land Co.
J. M. Millikeh, Gen. Mgr.. Greensboro, N.C;
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