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fHE ASHEVILLE GAZETTE, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY' 28, 1898.
COUNTERFEITER CAPTURED AT SALISBURY
Three youS white men -whom the police t Tna.toa 'Hern-don, a negro,,, Jted in . Ring
' have diligently sought for several weeks, ,dam, nar Linooloflon, last Thursday of hy-
t last behind thebars, says tne wm-
. r-'-'.-rtlle Register, and on tomorrow two 01
' -" - them will go -before United States, Commis
' j ' . loser' C. T.Barksdale for examination on
ihe charge of .Issuing counterfeit coin. Eu
, gene 'Mills, one 'of, the menTwas first ar-.
' '.rested over aweek ago, and now stands
y-.V.-,,'-; indicted for circulating counterfeit , money.
Over a -month ago' the community was
- tgitated over, the presence of counterfeiit-
A , era who worked off sevexal spunou3 iu
. - old- pieces ;'on saloon keepers and others.
- A brief account ' of the matter wasNpuo
' lished at the time, "but, on the request of
' ' V the authorities, further developments were
with held - from : puibiication.' , .. , - : , r , '
' . After the 'man Mills had once been cap
tured and -released, " immediately on the
' ' 1 discovery of the counterfeiters" presence in
"the city, and subsequent developments led
;.- t0 the belief that a blunder had been made
, In .discharging the prisoner, active exer-
' tiQns iwere ait once. .made-to, effect.. his, re
J' capture. Finally, information came that
Mills was at Salisburyr Officer Hutson,
, - who, with' the chief of police, seem to have
fteen most determined in .their purpose to
- fcag the counterfeiters, left for Salisbury
n Sunday night, January 16. Arriving ir
. the little North Carolina city .he learned
' ' ' that Mills had been there but had left. A
due was followed by the Danville officer
two miles into the country, where Miljs
.-.-was found at the home of a preacher. He
vas arrested and brought back to Salis
' - tury before midnight. ;; :
. ' . KILLED W A MINE.
Just as the light of day was fading into
gloomy shadows around the Isenhour iruiiie-
. tat-Friday evening a shriek, "iLord, havt
' mercy," from, a shaft went up above. Ii
rfi.ij, v 3 terrible. In an Instant "Lewis Teck, an
(x.ploye of 'tbiis mine, and a eon of Mi.
jliawson 'Peick, a leadung citizen of as.ein
v Cafcarrus, was dead. A lower and upp
- " liorib was wrenched from his body by tht
cruel machinery. News of Lbl3 awful death
-was quickly borne to the father and mo.h
1 i r some six mJles away. From the sup-r
i ' ; tabte the father rose to answer the call of
: eome one "Your son "Lewis was killed this
v evening" buirned its way to a pitteous
; qarOther' heart while uhe yet-sait at the
table. "Oh, my "son! My wayward son!"
" he moaned. Grcans, sobs' and prayers
arose on the evening aiT.' But soon' she
- - fully realized that her son was dead. Cries
1 save place to shrieks that were pitiful to
bear. -.A moment later the terrible realizi
. - 'tfion can-e to the father. Then it was that
z1. tSa voice couCd'be heard' 'in pleadings for
i the ' welfare of bis son's soul. Long dud he
plead, !bu-t life had fled. Deaith had s.oire
ii- : eiid fou-nd the son, young in years, unpre-
pared. For -tihe past- three months he had
not crossed the 'fchresliold of his once -fond
r ' tome. Sfcill a. mother's love for her son
' Imrned "therein as brightly as ever. . The
. cm must new return, 'but not as he ihd
- " ' ever returned before. What a sad one this
s'x " last meeting must be. Carolina'. Watoh-
: i,- man.-
BLOCKADERSUT TO FLIGHT.
The citizens of the Bost Mill neighbor
hood, Tin southeastern Cabarrus were sur
prised the other day when they discovere.I
the fact that a blockade still. had been op
erated in their very midst for several
Near Bost's Mill on the No. 10 side of
the river is the home of Mr. John Joyner.
He lives In an isolated section and all
around him are deep and sheltered ra
vines, ail covered in heavy- virgin forest.
Mr. Joyner is too old to be out much, hence
the blockaders were safe from discovery
60- far as he was concerned. In one of
these ravines a distillery was found the
ther day. It. had been operated.- for sev
eral months and gave evidence that it had
been there since last fall. The capacity of
, the-etill was enough to supply the whole
county and it seemed that the place had
been' kept pretty busy.
A party of hunters happened to find the
place' but ' no one was present, at the still.
The 'hunters reported the ma'tber and Mr.
Tom Bost went to the place and tore tho
distillery down and demolished the whole
thing. Just who the thing belongs to is
6 matter Mr. rBost and others would like
-to know. . i - . . , .
, Several car? loads of cattle have been
Chipped- from Morgan ton recently-
The aippointmen't of D. C. Pearson, as
postmaster alt tMorganton has 'been con
firmed. . . ..
. Qhe , Farmers (Friend says: iBurglnars
made an effort to break Into the store of
T. IA. Seals at Brtdgewater a few .nighis
ajgo, but were unsuocessful. There , were
two locks on the door and one was broken.
The other lock Ixaffled their 1 skill and they
flef t wichout any ibooty. ,
OLD FORT SHOE FACTORY.
The Old Fort correspondence of the Ma
rriott "Messenger says : The . shoe .factory of
. .which I wrote some weeks-ago, is mow an
" assured fact as itflie" proprietor and owner,
v. Mr J. J. Allred, .ha erected on the lot
eouith and net , below tihe store of Mr. H.
'. A. ,Western:an, a neat and comimodio'us
v teel-roof building in .--which to begin the
,v work : of manufacturing shoes. The start"
.wfll be on a moderate scale. . r
' TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
r 1 -
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. AL
druggists refund the money if it fails tr
. cure. 25c. The genuine has L. B. Q. '' on
each tsblt. . -
. J ' " -5 if t t '
: N e w.
August. , - " - i '
Ux train on the Carolina Central 4 was
roiK-e'd near-Iron station a few di'ighs; ago,
and t'he -ul.toaund C. & 'N. W train was
lired ? inio near Lincoln ten 'the .niht - be,
tore the .other occurred; , - h
Measles, has . broken out' in ithe cotton
iaotory at Granite Falls. . - T
f i he GTanite xalis cotton factory -is' ruo-1
inlji'g a lull -iorce 01 hands nught and day
J.,iM. c therri4! of 'i.ower 'Creek, h&&' been
appointed posljmaster. 'at Paot&nsom. ' f i
liimes-Ddercury: , I
I'he Fe'oruary term vof Iredell superior
.curt' wull begm- on- 'ilonday, Jtebruaajr 7,v
uudge Aijdver will preside. . i
jJo.sn-c.ii elders are domg miisiomaryi work
dfound Siatesviide. : : v-1
Just try a box of Cascarets, the finest
iver and bowel regulator ever made. At
'elb&m's Pharmacy. ' ' t
1 A great qantity of -granite is now being
Snipped from 'Kowan, county. " i -
' iRev. Thomas Neeham, the evangelist,
vaa pTeseated a purse of $125 for hid ser
vices at icatesvilie. . i
The orphan's home at Barium Springs)
aow has ninetiy-five Unmates, more than ev
2T -before in its history. S
The Vil'kesboro Chronicle says George
ohnson's fiif teen-years-old boy out on the
iruisihies last week shot and killed a
arge wild 'turkey gobbler weighing fif teen
. . . ; :
The Salisbury -World says tie Southern
aJlway shops at Spe-wcer are to be ccn
siderably enlarged. It Is rumored that the
outhern railway wiOI gairf control of the
C. F. & Y. V. railway. . i-
A'coorffimg to the Herald, Clerk of the
ouift Patton of Burke county, ki'Md'a four
'een-iroabs-old hog one day last: week
'hat weighed 611 pounds. Clerk of the
Jourt Brakley, of tMs countfy, on Monday
killed, one t-h'irtee'n-m'ont'hs-old hog that
weighed -923 pounds, net, says the Linecdn
Basteimi Oaibarrus miiht well -be termed
the "Klondike" of central 'North Carolina,
.vrites a corresFonde'nt to the Carolina
Watchman. The 'Lsenhour and Honeycuit
minesare showing -up some fine ore. i There
ire about 100 hands enurloyed at the for
mer and a dozen at the lazier.-. Gold is al
so found in other spots in thus section.
Don't Tobaccii cjx; auj jsmoke "Sour Life Avay
. It" yoa ant to quifc tobacco usiu easil
in J forever, Deniade well, strong, magnetic
u!i. of new life inid vigor, take jno-To-B;ic
.he wonder-worker, inat makes weak mei
r.rong. Many gain tn pounds in tenlays
3ver 400,000 cared. Buy No-To-Bao of you
irucrglsu, under guarantee to cure, 50o o
51 .f,0. - Booklet and sample mailed free. Al
JtevLng Kemeuy tJo..j lti.crr or Mevv York
Mrs. Stark, Pleasant Ridge, O.J says:
"After two doctors gave up my boy to die,
I saved him from croup by . using One
Minute Cough Cure." It is the quickest
and most certain remedy for coughs, colds
and all .throat and lung troubles. C. A.
"Moments are useless if trifled ta way,'
and they are dangerously wasted if con
sumed by delay in cases where a "want
ad" inserted In the Gazette will bring you
what you want Immediately. v .
Thin Blood I
. TO juwjVw U1C 1(5 iff
intense red grows thin and jjj
watery, as in anemia, there is g
a constant feelin? of cxhaus- w
Scott's Emulsion I
of Cod-liver Oil with Hvoo- S
15 ptiosphites of Lime and Soda
to is peculiarly adapted to Correct
this condition. The cod-liver
j , oil, emulsified to &n exquisite j
flj fineness, enters the blood direct: $
and feeds its every corpuscle, S
fa WcfYv$nvfti i j-t4 35
to tormgr the natural COlor and $
jjj giving Vitality to the Whole W
& System, TheJiypOphoSphiteS S
. reach the. feraiA and nerve, f
centres and add their strength- w
m eningr and ; henefidal
S If the roses have- left vour" J8
& cheeks if vmi nw r.rwJ- -
cneeKs, it you are growing w
w iiun ana exnausiea irom over-:
work, or if age is beginning $
to tell, ; use SCJO l l'S limul- $
sion 't - ' j' .
- Be sureyou get SCOTT'S Emulsion. W
'All druggists; 50c" and $i.oo. - ''
SCOTT & BOWNE..Chemists. New York. -K
ticm, a lack OI energy Vitality K tlon-al bank would necessarily be made va
kuv,ucprcacu : w result; names ; are being suggested as his
Rbtjul Dealeks in Fine Imported and Domestic '"S
;., . . - - v .
j.; r -'Vf
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P. A. A1A RQUARDT, Mannger.
The . Great Abdidne ihat .dives
v "'s Nerve f Strength .. ' '
Blood Rich nrztf Pt:rs, Creates an
Appetite and .Restores. HeaSth,
Vigor and VItr.!t ty; :
" "I feel thai I cUjbt to write a
words in praiao -o Hood's : Caisaparilia,
which has done gi'eat -things for me I,
was in a delicalo cozudition trsd raa sick
af iny storaacli az-iiVcc-aatipstcil. I tried
remedies hij-l; r:; 1. fir i2zr.r.Io
weakness;::, 11 ; r',.."!tlii3 brouglit
cm other troubled vl rr.o go weak I
coald not attend tc rsy household duties,
and Ithen'dctcrjnia-oJ 'io.'ryood's Sar
sarariiIa After I had tcl:en this medicine
a snort tiiac I Ijcaza to a:a strength. I
until I ra3 able1 to "rrorli all day without
any incoETCnlenee. . I liave taken Hood's
Pilia for constipJition," and I am better to
day than, I h2.vo bscn for five years.
Since taking Hood's Gar3aparilla and
Hood's Pill3 I feel rested in the morning,
I am lesa nervous and am sure I' have
richer' and purer blood- I have always
been bothered with scrofula, but now I
am rid of ii. Be!oromy last chijdwas
born i took Hood's Sar3aparilla, and
my girl baby was fat and strong, while
my other child we s not well and lived
to be only two y old." ME3. E, F.
DbaIj, Box 419, Hi jeiouri Valley, Iowa. ;
8 5 Sarsa-
Is the best in fact the One True Blood Purifier.
H rkH . a : O! 1 1 are pure,y vegetable, c:it
SilUUU a a, l fully prepared. 25 ceuta.
JUDGE EWARTS SUCCESSOR
Morte Candidates Col. Lusk Prom
Who will be Judge Bwart's successor is
the question uppermost Just now. Since
Lhe Gazette announced Judge Ewart's ap-
pointment almost every hour brings forth
a 'new candidate for his place. Perhaps
every county in the disitrict has one or
more talented men who (would be glad to
wear the judicial erniine. -
Hendersonville, Judge Ewart's home,
furnishes two candidates as will appear
from ithe following extract from lhe Times:
"The vacancy caused by the ap'pjiiiitment
of Judge E wart to the federal bench wld
make a contest among aspirants to the po
sition of criminal .circuit judge now filled
by him. As usual Buncombe county hat
a large list of candidates. Henderson
couMy republicans think the vacancy
should be filled by a man from her borders
as it is to fill out a term of one of ' her
citizens. H. S. .Anderson and O. V. F.
Blythe, Esqs., are oandidaites. '
It is conceded by. some that Col. V. S.
Lusk will have -the inside track provided
he wants the place, and a statement from
him on the subject would be gladly re-j
ceived by the several candidates. Col.
Lusk -was seen in his office in the First
National bank yesterday by a Gazozte rep
resentative. The Colonel was apparently
in a good humor and talked freely about
the contest which resulted in his defeat.
He was disappointed in failing to geit the
appointme-nit and claimed that he was not
responsible for his early birth.
"My friends," said he, "were true to me
throughout the battle and many whom I
did not think my friends by their .conduct
proved that I was mistaken."
After a detailed account of the contest
Col. Lusk was asked if he would apply for
the criminal court judgeship to which in
quiry he replied thait-at present he had
nothing to say as Judge Ewart had not
yet been confirmed and for that reason any
expression from him now would 'be. prema
ture. The Colonel said that on his trip
to Washing-ton be did not get as much as
a bad cold. When asked Ur he thought
T5 wart would' be 'confirmed. -"he answered,
"Yes," but that it was rumored that Doug
las and' Mott would oppose him.
Should Colonel Lusk toe appointed judge
his Dosi.tion as receiver of the Piirst Na-
successor, among whom axe Fred Hull, H.
C. Hunt; Lamar -Gudger land others,: who
would like to .have the soft snap of the
receivership At "tie rnddest, salary f $1,200
a year. . . - v
- The many advoca'tes of Judge E: D. Car-
ter are conawenit or nis success, .out are not
relentIns lri gorts la hia behaK'
rheumatism cured in a day.
i "Mystic Cure" for Rheumatism and Neu-
ralgia radically cuTes in 1 to 3 days Its
aetibn upon "the system is remarkable and
mySteri0B. It removes at once the cause
a.nd the disease Immediately disappears.
The flret d,ose Sre beneflUL 75-cents.
a- A Ray8or' Drugslgt' Asheviile'
j milk wanted.;
materially' aid the hospital -by - fcelephon-
Ins their wlllingmess to give . some. - The
miatron wm KnA a boy !bucke,t for
.the 'milk each day
givem. - '
as long as It. can
! Prosperity ; comes luckies t to , the ; man
whose, liver is In good condition. a DeWitt's
''Little tearly Risers are famous little pills
or constipation, bilousness,. indigestion
' and all stomache and liver, troubles. C. A.
r Raysor.' , , ' , s , ' ' - -
:Wherfe tbey seU. "GobdsV not
.mw - t - ii n i
Where they make a specialty' of first-class whiskey and
' : ; - - wines.'and defy 'competition in either qiialityt or price.
' - And T still claim toltmve th Jarirrtr stock of first-clasM goods of. any huse in th State, it
i)iisetHs for riit to trv t name the iliffm-pnt br-mds o( goo U .I.kp in stock. A visit to mv place
will conVim e ;u tnt I hath dnl.v firs -elss liquor hqse in' the State. ji ,
lWr;b'ttled.fteKli' vxery d iy ahl-deiiyereJ to any. part of :fhe city. Orders from a distance
-joliciteL Boxinp aiid packing fr e. ;,- " , , ' - lv , . : v
Phone 139. P. 0.; Box 372 , v : ,56 and 58 South Main Street.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE.
Under arid by virtue of the power of sale
in a deed of trut executed to the under
signed, as trustee, by - A. ' B. Sheppard and
wife Pi 'M. S'heppiard and :L. F. SEeppard
and wife L. E. Sheppard, di ted the 1st
day pf May . 1896, and registered on the 3rd
day of May 1896, on pages . 20 et seq. of
book No. '41 of mortgages and deeds of
trust, in the office of the Register of-deed&
of Buncombe county, North Carolina, de
fault having been made in the payment of
the moneys secured 'by said d.e1 in ttrust,
as- well - as in other provisions contained in
said deed Of trust, upon the application of
the .persons entitled to the money secured
to be paid by said deed in trusty the under
signed will sell for cash at "public outcry;
at Hie court house door to the Oily of
Asheville, County of Buncombe and State
of North ' Carolina, to the higbest b dder,
on Saturday the 12th day of February A.
D. 1S)8, the property conveyed im -sald deed
ol trusts and which is described . therein
as follows: "AM tho-se certain pieces
parcels and tracts of land lying and being
in the county aforesaid,' in Frtn h Broad
-Tq wnship. on - the east side of the Frencn
Broad river, and being designated .as lous
No. eight (8), nine (9), and ten (10), on
the east side of the river in- the survey of
the lands of the latetA. M. Alexander, and
In the record of a special, proceeding now
pending in the Superior court of s-a d coun
ty 'entitled Nannie J. Alexander and
others, ex parte. ,
LOT . No. 8, beginning on. a post oak,
Coleman's corner, runs S. 40 degrees 30
min. W., 75 poles to a stake: ,th nee S.
3;deg, 15 min. W. 13.72 to fs to. a white
oak' near and on the north side of the old
SaIem road; thence S. 29 dcg. 30 trr'n. E.
14, poles to a stake, two blck pie poin
ters: thence S. 30 deg. 30 min. E. 20 poles
to!a stake, white oak-pointers; thence S.
31 deg. E". 18 poles to a stake in the north
side ,of an old road on top of the ridge,
black pine pointers; tbence S. 3' deg. 45
min. E. 21 poles to a stake, white oak
pointers; thence S.-38 deg. E. 7.2S poles
to the walnut corner; thence N. 38 deg.
E. 7.60 poles to a stake, black pine poin
ter thence N. 28 deg. E. 21 pclrs to
stake on bank of old road, black pine poin
ters; thence N. 11 deg. E. 10 poies to a
stake on road, black oak pointer; ;hence N.
deg. E 8.88 poles to a"b'a pine; thenea
N. 55 deg. 30- min. E. 12 p-les :o-a' black
ine; thence N, 38 deg. 30 imin. E. 14 poles
to a black pine; thence N.-76. deg. E, 12,16
ffdles -to a black pine, when the line leaves
cue ro-aa; inence in. oi aeg. i pniea 10 a
stake,: corner white oak and STtall wh't"
pine pointers; tience N. 34 deg 30 min. W
76.36 poles to a stake. Spanish oak and
white pine pointers; tben-ce N. 31 deg. 30
min. W, 12.80 joles to the beginning, con
taining by calculation 41.48 acres.
1 LOT No-. 9,beglnning on a walnut- on ian
old road on top of tfce ridge, corner of
lots 8 and 10 and runs N". 38 deg. E. 60
poles' to a stake, black pine pointers,
thence N. 28 deg. E. 21 po'es to a stake
on bank - of road, ' black pine po'n-tws;
thenceN. 11 deg. E. 0 po'es to a stake,
black"' oak pointer; thence N. 23 deg. E.
8.88 poles to a black pine: thence N. 55
deg. .30 min. E. 12 pol-?s 'to a black pine;
thence N. 38 deg. 30 min. E. 14 ples to a
'black pine; thence N. 76 deg. E. 12.16 polej
to a black pine," when the line leaves the
old road; thence N. 81 deg. E. 7 poles to a
stake, white oak and small white pine point
tepar thence. S. 38 deg. E. 14.80 io-es to a
stakOj Coleahan's .corner; thence E. 22.56
jRles ' to a stake, black pine pointers;
thence S. 3 -deg. W. 45.68 poles to a stake
black . pine pointers; . thgnce S. 6 deg. 15
min. W, 16.56 poles to a, stake, blark pine
pointer; thence S. 1 deg. W. 15.40 poles to.
a stake, black pine pointer; thence S. 3
deg. W. 20.84 po'es to a dogwood, Mingo
Weaver's corner;.. thence west 24.68 poles
to Weaver and Peter's hickory corner;
thence N. 45 deg. W, 33.64 poles to a blabk
oak; Sam" Peter's i. corner thence N. 60 deg.
W. 42.76 poles to the beginning, containing
by calculation 40.41 acres. '
Lot No. 10: Beginning on a walnut cor
ner of lots 8 and 9, and runs N. 38 deg.
W' 7.28 poles to a stake,-wMte oak point
ers ; thence N. 31 degj 45 min. W. 21 poles
to a stake; black pine pointer; thence N.
31, -deg. W. 18 poles to a stake, white oak
pointer; thence N. 30 deg. 30 min. W. 20.
poles to a stake,: black -pine pointer; thence
N. 29 deg. 30 min. W. 14-poles to a . white
oa,K on me norm sine ox.tne ota saiem
road; thence Twi-th the branch -S. 47 deg.
30: min. W; 26 poles to a stake in the ford
of- the 'branch, small! dogwood pointers;
thence 3. 23 deg. W. 20 poles" to a stake in
the braach; two walnuts ma ked as pointT-
ers, thence S. 49 deg. W. 18 poles to a stake,
white oak poin'cers; the rise S. 56 deg. W. 20
poles to' a stake above a large ledge of
.rook," black pine- and black oak poinrers;
thence S. 54 deg. W. 17 poles to a stake
on the river at the mouth of the branch,
thence up the river S.21 ; deg. E. 37 poles
to an. iron wood' on bank of .river;' thence
S. 9 deg. 30 min. E. 29 pcles to a syca
more on the bank of tihe 'river ; thence S.
2 deg. W. 48.28 poles to a bunch of wh;te
thorns, . one rod sou th of the' mouth of
Reetm's creek; then-ce up the creek 'on the
south side S."58 deg. 45 min. E. 67 .poles to
a spruce pine 1 in the bend of the - c: eek ,
thence N. 71 deg. 30 min. E. 18 poes to
a, oucumiber; tience If.' 46 deg.-E. 16.60
poles toa butternut or white v wilrut ;
thence N.' 12 deg.' E,J8 poles to'an ash
near - the creek ; and ippos: te ? Sa m Pet', r's
spril-ce pine corner; thence crossing the
creek "N. -38 . deg. 30 min. W. 4.60 poles to
said spruce pine . corner; .thence N. 44
poles to a' stake4 in , the old mill road;
I thence with said road, and Peter's line N.
20 deg. 30 min. E. 6 poles to a stake,
black pine and white pine. corners? thence
N.' ll deg; IS minV W.. 10.32 poles to
stake black pine pointer; . thence N. v43
deg. 30. min. -w.:i3 poles to a white oak
on -the bank: of 'the roadr thence N. 22
deg. 30 min: W. 5.36 poles to a stake: N.
3 deg. W- 16 po'es to a black "cak; thence
N. 17 deg. -E 21.24 poles to "the begincing,
containing by calculatiro ;98.'i5'acres.f - -
ine tn iar ? of-. Janitiarv. A. Ti..
j -.-j-.fi; .
T, S. MOaRISONj:
-; , -- Trustee.
E GUR "you get" what you want
Whetl yoa -ask for JTrWIfi Am
l,a--...CTveqaallea in Men t:.Snles; Giires;
lherc s na sabstitnte nV.KOOD'S,"
Try our peanut brittle made fresh every
day.r-The Alcazar, 82 Patton avenue.
THE WHITE m-AN'S BAR.L
iNews and Opinion
Uailyy by mail' - - $6 a yeai
Daily & Sunday by mail, $8 a yar.
's the greatest Sunday Newspa
per in the wot Id. '
Price 5c a copy; By mail, $2 a year
HENDERSONVILLE ASD BREVARD
T. J. RICK'MAN, Manager.
In Effect Sunday, Dec. 5, 1897.
(Standard Eastern Time.)
NO. 2, Daily Stations. NO. I. Daily
4.10 pm Lv ... Henderson vi le.. Ar 12 30 pm
4.40 pm Lv ...Horse Shoe... Ar 12.10 pm
4.45 pm Lv Cannon Ar 1 1..5 am
4.53 pm Lv ... Money Ar 11.47 am
5.03 pm. Lv ...Fodderstack... Ar 11.37 am
5.13 pm Lv Penrose..... Ar 11.27 am
5.25 pm Lv .Davidson River. Ar 11 15 am
5.40 pm Ar Brevard Lv 11.00 am
T. S. BOSWELL, Supt
The Smith Premiej
Tpyewriter is endorsed by the IT. S
government. What more do you want,
the earth? If you know anything at all
about it, you know it's the best.
L. B. ALEXANDER, At , 50 Walton Ave.
Ball & Sheppard.
- 6 Patton. Ave.
Practical Plumbers, Gas
and Steam Fitters.
REPAIR WUhK A SPECIA LT1
Done od bort Notice. i
" Swapping Dollars." I
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Being so often accused of the
above we are led to believe that we
are selling goods daily fpr less
money than others are willing to
take for them. J
Now we do not mind such crlti-
cisms. Really they are our best
advertisements Three oars. Flour
and Feed . this" week with another 1
arrival Monday. - ; -. -
Come right along for -while the
dollar swapping goes: on . we save
you money. , '
H. C. J0HNS0K CO.,
, 36 & 38 North Main
It Is Belter to Have
Loved And Lost
ittban never to . have loved 'at all." ' It ' is
better, a good deal, for' . the confectioner
and for the; florigt. Flea&in-g the woman '
jou love is the d-esire of every man in love,
ajid taking her a box of our dainty marsh
mallows, delicious nut and. cream -oho.o-lates,
is- the "best way to foe sure of doing'
it. ' , I." tF . f ii c
Asheville Candy Kitchen,
' - 'a - i -Tr f -"1 "
L. M." THEOBOLDProp. . "
( ' ' .x ,
PHONE 110. , ; '
: i:sS12-3000 BIOYOLKS;
- must fioped "out- at one. - 8tndard 97 Mode's, nar-ante-d,
$14 to S0I V'W Mfefs C I J Vo ?20' 2r.d hand
s whfplp $5 to 15, Chipped lo Auy One on - approval
; w it h lit ; d vfl tce on w.t; , Great: fact or v rclt-R ri ti ir- fa le.
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"vrtr ajfpin in. eacn mwn f tinx l Wit ol a sample wiit-eJ toiD
troauce tnem. write
T. S. Mead
' We make a specialty of JeeIoping and;
finishing' for amateurs. We are well pre
pared for doing it, have two workmen with
nothing to do but make .good pictures.
It's not a side issue with us, bv. t a business
in .'itseUf. - We work quickly end well.
Make films a study and know how to get
the best possible results. We sell every
thing needed by a camera, or by an ama
teur. ' V" ,
Pictures of Buildings, Groups and Inte
riors made on short notice.
Views of Biltmore and local scenery for
Oamerasi to rent and for sale.
Picture .frames at reasonable prices.
Oil paints, water colors and artists' sup
plies. Kay's Book Store,
; - 8 Northi Court Squme
ASHEVILLE; N. C.
We . will pay . $15.00 each for two or
three wolves and $10.00 each for two or
three Canadian1 lynx, the big, tuft-eared,
light colored cat, not the ordinary wild cat
When you get one remove entrails imme
diately, stuff some dry hay or straw Into
the body and ship at once, by express, to
State Museum, Raleigh, N. C., and money
will be sent you by return mail.
H. H. BRIMLEY,
I ' Curator, State Museum,
by i elvivg pdvrtije usMV will give
at once for -our, special oiler,
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Cycle Co., V7abaEh Aye;Chlaso,kaii:-