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uiuiin i'"' * - I'M THINKING OF THE FUTURE y DOME day I'll have / l3 to go to collie, ' and I'll want an au tomobile (if not an aeroplane) and all those t h i n g s take money — so I'm tip ping: off the family to start my savings ac count now! POPP To the first 1935 white baby— * $1.00—with which to start a sav ings account if he wishes. STATE TRUST CO. DEPOSITS UP TO $5000 INSURED U. S. Depository for Postal Savings Funds SCRUGGS FOR DRUGS ''The Store With Reasonable Prices" THINGS TO KEEP ME HEALTHY, AND FOR THE FAMILY, TOO rprr —to the VRLL first baby of 1935 we will give a Johnson & Johnson baby kit, including 50c jar of cream, 25c cakc of soap, and 25c baby talcum. This is my own drug storey where every thing is sold to keep me well and com fortable. My folks always deal here because they have the bestest brands— and are so economical. SCRUGGS Cut Rate Drue Store kJ Fifth and Main Phone 95 We Deliver . LEWIS , Department stoRc TOGS FOR BABIES SLEEPERS—BANDS—VESTS NIGHTIES—UNION SUITS, ETC Whether you are a fond Mother desiring lovely wear ables for the Young Hopeful, or a doting friend or relative, you will enjoy making a pur chase from among our intrigu ing array. WE WILL GIVE THE FIRST 1935 WHITE BABY A NICE BLANKET Pretty, Please When You Show Me Off DON'T think I don't know about the latest styles! I hope you'll buy all my clothes at THE LEADER . . All their things look like Paris originals —and they're so grandly inex pensive—it's a pleasure. FREE: PAIR OF SHOES to I FIRST 1935 BABY WE HAVE A COMPLETE AND MODERN INFANTS' DEPARTMENT where you will find every article of apparel and gift need for the little ones. THE LEADER Hendersonville's Leading Department Store THE WINNER: FREDERICK ROSS BYERS, JR. BORN AT 1 P. M. ON NEW YEAR'S DAY AT PATTON MEMORIAL Baby Byers will receive the many valuable gifts listed in the advertisements on this page. His father, F. R. By ers, is in the wholesale feed business and his mother is the former Mildred Elizabeth Wil liams. This is their first child. He was taken yesterda" from the hospital to the family home in the Ambassador apartments where he will receive the pres ents and a host of congratula tions. The birth was certified by Dr. R. C. Sample. The second baby born in the new year was a girl born to Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Cooper of the Osceola Lake section, ac cording to report by Dr. H. V. Staton. Her arrival was timed at 10 p. m., Wednesday, Jan. 2. I Must Be Kept Warm— I'm talking now about the CLEAN ^COAL the folk* are going to buy at RICHARDSON'S to make sure of even house temperature, ray bath water, and comfort for all of us. Come on and see what's what in 'getting hot.' nnrr 500 pounds of coal to the flux first 1S35 white baby Buy Pocahontas Smokeless Coal! If you are having trouble with your furnace smoking, Pocahontas will eliminate the trouble. No smoke or soot to soil your house. RICHARDSON'S COAL & WOOD YARD PHONE 70 SAFETY COMES FIRST - Only the purest milk will do for me, and that's pasteuriz ed milk. It's best for my J family and friends, too — ) and does Kalmia's pasteuriz ed milk go down smooth? I just get thirsty thinking about it... oh Mom . . . time for my next bottle .. . it always tastes like more. FREE—24 quarts of Grade A Pasteurized Milk to the winning FIRST 1935 BABY born on our regular routes in Hendersonville. FREE DELIVERY ON OUR REGULAR ROUTES. PASTEURIZED MILK IS SAFE MILK KALMIA DAIRY ■ TELEPHONE 1071 BEFORE BREAKFAST DELIVERY to Every Home in Town THERE'S SAFETY IN NATURAL ICE NATURAL ice will keep your foods safely cool—in Nature's own in imitable way. Use it generously tc keep baby's milk safe and sweet, tc keep fruits and vegetables crisp anc fresh, to prevent food spoilage. Asfc us to put your home on our dail> route. FREE—250 Pounds of Ice to the First 1935 White Baby City Ice & Storage Co. •AND A THREE-MONTHS MAIL SUBSCRIPTION TO THE MS-NEWS Our gift to the first 1935 white baby whose parents live on one of our lines, will be a heating pad. & Take a Light Tonic Don't blame the weather for your lack of pep. If you get tired before the day's work is half over, if you feel completely "played out,'-' it is high time to check the seeing conditions in y>ur office. Doctors say that inefficiency, fatigue, costly mistakes often result from eyestrain. Now you can make a scientific test to determine what you have always guessed at—the adequacy of the light in ycur office. A new precision instrument called the SIGHT METER measures the intensity of light and records whether there is sufficient light for every visual task. HOW WELL DO YOU SEE? Which cube is largest? •(Answer Below) Hold the meter in your own hand. Watch where the indicator points. Then determine for yourself if a light tonic is needed. A sight meter test can be made in a few minutes. It costs nothing yet it will pay you dividends in better health and efficiency throughout the year. Arrange for a Sight Meter test todav. 2 ' TM* ft th« light meter l which tests I light for better sight. Southern Public Utilities Compart ' «AII three cuoes are xne tame slz* Protect your eyes. Hawe your eyes ex amimed at least ence a year. I want a Free Sight Meter Test made of tlit in my home. Name Address .... •••" There is no cost—no obligation.