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ONE DOSE cf fjayfs Wonderful Stcac!i Ksincdy Should Convince Yea That Yclt Suffering Is Unnecessary. Recommended for Chronic Indigestion and Stomach, Liver and Intes tinal Ailments. Thousands of pew.io, t....oi right in your own joe;;'.:iv. hav taken May r' sYonderful Stomach Remedy fo Stomach, Liver and Intestinal Ailments, Uyspepsia, Pressure of Gas Around the Heart, Soar Stomach, Distress After Eat 1:;-. .ervoasness. Dizziness, fainting Spells, Sick Headaches, Constipation, Torpid Liver, etc., and are praising and- recommending: it hivrhly to others so that they may also know the : ,s of livinar. Afayr's, Wonderful Stomach 'Remedy is the best and rrost widely known t dose lealincr p-.:::r::c; i.-.a rs eiicrs ar quite natural as it ait-i :i the source and foundation of stomach .;.. and in most cases brings quick relief r v r::irv!.-nt resu's. This highly successful Kc .u dy has been i:;ken by the most prominent j !?, and thise in all walks of life, among t-..-;i Members of Congress, Justice of the t.:; -. -:ne Court. Educators. Lawyers.Merchants,1 V;.: ker. Doctors. Druggists, Nurses! Manufao-::...-. Priests, Ministers. Farmers, with lasting ten out and it should be equally successful in K.r case. Send for free valuable booklet on oil Ailments to Geo. H. Mavr. Mfg. Cist. 154.156 Whiting Street. Chicago E". JUSTUS PHARMACY. DR. W. R NICKEL DENTIST Office Over Hunter's Pharmacy. Hendersonville, N. C. Machine crushed stone for sale. See or phone W. P. BANE Hendersonville. N. C- DR. H. H. CARSON DENTIST. Office over J. O. Williams Store. I ,. Jf Blacksmith Wagons and Carriages Hardware W. K and Frank Edwards Manufacturer's Agents lu Few-Ewbank building over Hen dersonville Mercantile Co. Buy direct from Manufacturer's Through Us l)o your own canning, 12 dollar O'cys you a 48 can outfit from us. Write us and?.6 will call on you Steam Engines, Saw Mills, Gasoline Engines, Cream Separators, Canning Outfits, Electric Lighting Plants for lte farmers and boarding houses In the country. Can sell you any thing you want in Steam or Farm Machinery Ke:n --iy tor tne aDove ailments. Ask your drug j- st - r a bottle today. lJut it to a test one ehou! . convince, it is marvelous m its I u. i mm OFFERS HELP 01 ROADS . The following copy of a letter from Commissioner of Labor and Printing M. L. Shipman to Road Supervisor P. F. Patton with reference to working the roads is self-explanatory, Mr. Shipman being one among the few state- officers offering his services' in response to the proclamation of Gov ernor Craig to make Wednesday aud Thursday of this week good' roads days: v - ' . ' Mr. P..F. Patton, Supervisor. m rk "euuersonme. is. . W-eaf - lnis is to offer my services on the public roads of Henderson county for November the 5th and 6th, the days tt j . . , - designated Dy uovernor Craig as uooa noads uays and requesting all citizens to join in the movement to- wards better conditions throughout er or ho the station will be retained at the State. I am yours for service, but Springdale any longer than that, it is should prefer an assignment on the generally believed among cattlemen section of road leading from Little r re. that the government will con Wallow Creek, above Bowman's Bluff, 1 tfmie to operate theexperiment station to the Transylvania county line, where tbere. f I used to work when 1 first attained! That the location of the station at "road age." Sentiment prompts this f Springdale will be a great benefit to request, as I want to touch elbows j the farming industry of Haywood with old associates and demonstrate county is unquestioned, but as a gen to them my ability to handle the shov-; to the cattlemen of the whole el and other implements of war against country it Is expected to widely adver mud. . ; Use this section, for bulletins will be Hoping you have arranged for a Issued from time to time, showing the systematic observance of these days in l.result'of e?" --rPT.;,T1ent made. These every section of Henderson county an dthat thousands of citizens may re spond to the call, I am, Sincerely yours better roads, - M. L. SHIPMAN, Commissioner Labor and Printing. Testing the Hen. The commercial hen, as yet more of an ideal than an actuality, gains in popularity ' every day. The impetus to utility poultry breeding given by the inauguration of two big egg-laying contests two years ago is having wide spread effect. These contests were started amid the expression of some doubt of tneir ultimate success, and in some quarters it was prophesied than they wouldn't last long. The end oZ a year's test proved, however, that the movement was only beginning, and, ue second year ot both the Connecti cut and the Missouri contests will soon be completed. A third year's trial in both states is inevitable and entries are already piling up in a way to Indicate that the egg-laying vcon test is a feature that will stay with us There are other evidences that poul- trymen, many of whom have been fan- of Haywood county. For the past few ciers. and fanciers only, are reading weeks the different buyers and ship the" signs of the times, and adopting pcrs have been busy and it is expected thp utility. A few years ago a poul tryman who would advocate the de velopment of the utility type before the American Poultry Association would have been declared out of or- rier; but at the annual meeting this j year it was decided to use the word i "breeder" or, "breeder and fancier" in ' the Standard of Perfection where the word fancier now appears. A notable example wTas the proposi tion to reduce the standard for the J weight of the hen of a certain breed, i the argument being that the lighter hens were usually the better layers, Of course this suggestion was fought by those who advocate the dual-pur- mse qualities of meat-and-egg pro- duction. There is no doubt that the , popular tendency is toward the laying hen. There may be a little danger in this, since heavy meat-producing types are quite essential for the dressed-, fowl market. Several breeders were told, enough to state that if they were to prosper they must meet the popu lar demand for utility fowls, and their remarks went without protest Let the click of the trap nest con- tinue, but let us have a division in these contests devoted to the develop - roent oi iowis oi me nieai-piimuuius type. The Country Gentleman. STRENGTH FOR OLD PEOPLE A Simple Remedy Which Favors Longevity. You act as though you just won dered how you art going to get through this trying season and do your work. - " You may be overworked or have had a bad cold which i has left you without strength, ambition pr much interest in life; in fact you are all v run-down. , Let us tell you that VInol, our dell- received today letters from Gen. Ben- ous cod liver and iron tonic, is just lttt jj. Young, commander-in-chief of the remedy you need to rebuild wast- tiJe jjnited Confederate Veterans, pro- ing tissues and replace weakness' posing a plan whereby the $60,000,000 with strength. ' collected by the Federal Government A prominent Boston lawyer says: as a direct tax upon cotton immedl- "My mother, who is 76 years of age, ately following the CiviL War can be owes her ood health to Vinol as disposed of. This tax the Supreme since taking it she can walk farther -?rt . , . . is now in the Treasury. , and do more than .she has. for years. rneral oung askB members of the I consider it; a wonderful blood House ana Senate to apportion the making and strength cre,tin& tonic" fund among several Southern States We hare such faith in VInol that fnr pensioning Southern survivors of if It does .not quickly build you up, . the war and . the widows of the Con restore your strength and make you federate dead. He thinks this would feel well again, we will return your- be an equitable and generou b .way of money. rrw innl a miaranTAA P. , S. If you have; Eczema try our . Saxo Salve. We guarantee it. JUSTUS' PHARMACY. DR. A. H. Morey las the assistance of Dr. W. H. Vajider '' Linden, A giauiia . xw rental vllp.ee and fresh from practice ti. y Durham. N. C. He wiir have charge of Dr. Morey's office, while the latter takes a much needed rest, order ed by his physician.. Dr. Vander Lln ot,' WAdflntials are In class Al. and Dr. Morey solic ts your confidence, as- un J FXPEltniEST STATION BY v" ' UUVEBNMENT IN HAYWOOD This County Recognized as Important Live Stock. Section and Arrange nients Are Completed for Experi mental Work. t That Hawod county has been de nied upon by, the United States gov ernment authorities as the most im portant stock raising center in the south was proven last Saturday, when final arrangements were made for the location of a large experiment station on the T. L: Gwyn farm, at Springdale. The annnpuncement was not made here until the superintendent, Mr. F. T. Peeden, had received his civil ser vice commission and all arrangements for. beginning operations were com pleted. This is the only such station in the south, except one in Alabama. ..Mr. Peeden, who will have chareeof the station, is said to be an experi enced stockman, and Mr. Gwyn, upon nose land the operations will be car- nf d on, is a member of a family of leaders in the cattle raising industry. ; The chief aim of the experiment sta- tion is to make tests in the feeding and care of cattle. A series of expe- , riments along this line will be made ( for a period of six years. Although no announcement is made as to wheth- is will be sent out by Mr. Pee den to all parts of tne .country. K is announced that the experi- , roents, which will effect a considera ble outlay of money to the govern rfnt, will b.e started immediately. The first series of tests will consist in fattening cattle on cotton seet meal as compared with corn and corn si lage. A great number of the stock-, men are interested because of the dif ference in ' cost of the two agents. Many farmers claim that cotton seed meal is cheaper and more effective in th? long run, but at the same time numbers of farmers continue to raise their fine cattle. And the govor anient has, as yet, not made such a tesf. Next summer experiments - ill be continued, altering the above tests by adding grass to the feed of the cattle. During the following season one car load of cattle will be fed oil cake and the result of feeding this will be pub lished. Each year the tests will oe changed. Those who have learned of the loca tion of this plant at Springdale ex- j press the belief tbat it will result in a great benefit to the leading industry an rormer records win De eclipsed thousands of the finest "feeders" ara r.nnually shipped from this county atone to the markets of the north and east, while adjoinjng counttes are in the same class. CO-OPE KATIOX AT FLETCHER, Clipping From Charlotte Observer ! With Reference " to Fletcher Resi- dents in the Matter of Co.Operation. Fletcher. N. C. has about the best example of what co-operative selling will do that we have seen nearby. Twenty-three persons joined to sell their cream. They contracted with tlje Asheville creamery to buy it all. One man is engaged to go the rounds each morning and gather up the cream which has been put on blocks at the front gates. This one man attends to the shipping and relieves all tne otn ers from any of that part of the work. This one man can attend to the ship ping of all the cream as quickly as he could of one person, and save 22 per sons' time for other .work. They are able to get a price for their cream they could not. singly get, for the creamery operator knows that he is going to get enough cream to afford to bother with. This has been a good paying proposition for th Fletcher farmers and one that can be operated in any community. In sell- ! ing their cream they are savet tn j 1 work of churntng the butter and put , ting it on the market, which means I tho saving of much time and hard work which usually falls upon the wife. In selling direct to a creamery they are not worried with a co-operative creamery. HAS. SOUTHERN PENSION PLAN. General Young Wants $60,000,001 War Cotton Tax Used. Wocincrtnn Mmtiprs cf PonsTress return U) tne peuyie ux iue ouik." money unlawfully taken from them by the Government. - The sum is the , result of a levy upon individual cotton growers of the South and was regarded at the time as a punishment as well as a means nf forcine the South to pay a share of the cost of the war. mougn tne au. preme eourt held Ux ;mc,nstHm i t ,,.oc nnt rHernn tlnn pd until uuuai ii. uv v . fiO ono,000 had accumulated in the, Treasury. , Moet. o fthe original receipts giver, the cotton owners from their, product have been lost or destroyed; there fn n Is imnossible to return th KUlltJJJ 01' SALE. Whereas on the 25th, day of January, 1910,, J. O. Hollingsworth and wife Ollie Hollingsworth, executed to P. P. Patton, Trustee, a Deed in Trust in the sum of $300.00, to secure a debt due t.ie ' Laborer's Building & Loan Asso ciation; and whereas default having been made in the payment of the debt, now therefore, for the purpose of sat isfying said indebtedness : with inter tc, Uv.st and expense, by virtue of the power contained in said Deed of Trust, ine undersigned will on the 29th day of November, 1913, at 12 o'clock M., offer for sale at public outcry, at the court house door in -Henderson county, tr the highest bidder for cash, all the. following described land, situate . in the township of Hendersonville, coun ty of Henderson and State of North Carolina, and bounded and described as follows: Tract No. 1. Lot 6, Block 2 of Sun set Heights, according to plat of G. W. Justice, made in June, 1908, and re- nordfd in Rnnlr fi1 nae-p 407 ronnrHa , of deeds for Henderson "county. - Beginning at a stake in Duncan Street and runs with said street South 40 deg.. East 50 feet to Palmetto street; 'thence with Palmetto street i . : - o UM 1 150 feet to the corner of Lot No. 12; rthence with the line of .said lot 50 feet Uo a stake i nthe line of Lot No. 5 tbence with the line of Lot No. 5, 150 feet to the beginning, same land con veyed by H. S. Anderson et ux to J. O. Hollingsworth, book 64, page 117. Tract No. 2. Lot No. 5, block 2 of Sunset Heights, according to survey of. G. W. Justice, made in Jyne, 1908, plat of which is duly recorded in book 6 1 page 407 of the records of deeds for Henderson county. To which re ference is hereby made for more com plete description. This th 15th day of October, 1913. . P. F. PATTON, 10-30-4tc - . Trustee. DRUGGISTS ENDORSE DODSON'S LIVER TONE It is a Guaranteed Harmless Yegitable Remedy That Regulates the Liver Without Stopping .Your Work or Play. A dose of calomel may knock you completely out for. a day sometimes two or three days. Dodson's Liver Tone relieves attacks of constipation, biliousness and lazy liver headaches, and you stay on your. feet. Justus' Pharmacy sells Dodson's Liver Tone and guarantees it to give perfect satisfaction. If you buy a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone and do not find it the safest, most pleasant and successful liver remedy you ever took, this store will give you back the 50 cents you paid for it without question. This guarantee that a trustworthy druggist is glad to give on Dodson's t.iver Tone is as safe and reliable a the medicine, and that is saying a lot Adv. I , . - - ' . Your State and County '...'.. . ,. . . . , . . i ' ' . . ' ' " . " ' l' Awe ixlw J)ut And sure no. my lusiinicls ; 1 1 ' I Ur Mfe ,s. Mflk 9 II . MS ' Till d 1 : I t I I I r .'-':'1tOiP;bl. fflKSQl NOTICE OF LANIl SALE. By virtue of the power conferred '.von me in a deed in trust, with pow er cf sale, dated, July 19th. 1910,. ex cuied by William H. Robertson 'and Bertha Robertson his wife, to E. W. Ewbank, trustee, and duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds f'-r Henderson county fn Book 26, page 1 254, Records for Deeds in Trusv se curing certain indebtedness therein named; and default having been made in the payment of said indebtedness, after due notice in accordance with tie provisions of said deed in crus 1 will on Monday, the 10th day ofNov- ember, 1913, in front of the court house door in Hendersonville. Nl C, at 12 o'clock M, offer for sale at upblic outcry, and sell to the highest bidder, for cash, for the purpose. of satisfying said indebtedness, with interest, cost; nd five per cent commissions to te trustee al lthe land described in said deed of trust, to wit: Situate, lying and being In the town ship of Hendersonville, county of Henderson, State of North . Carolina, and known and designated as follows, First Tract Beginning on a rock on post oak in the A. P. Corn line and runs south 70 degrees E. 34 poles to a stake in the Clear Creek road; thence with the road south 18 degrees W 10 poles to a stake in the road; thenee ith the road suth 33 degrees W. 24 j poles to a stake in the road; thence with the road south 54 degrees 9 poles to a stake in the branch; thence up rnd with the meanderings of the branch to the A. P. Corn corner; thence north with the old line to the teginning, containing 5 1-2 acres more or less, it being the tract pur chased of W. P. Corn and wife by .said first parties by deed dated July 14th, 193 0, the said first parties now mak ing their place of residence, in a build ig on said promises. Second Tract Beginning at a stake on the line of the southern boundary cf a tract now owned by Geo. W. Couch, thence S. 27 poles to a black oak, thence N. 45 degrees E. 35 poles to a post oak, thence 55 degrees E. 38 poles to the head of a branch thence with the branch, or nearly the same course 80 poles to a gum thence N. 70 poles to a Spanish oak in line of tract now owned by Milton Phillips, thence v est to the beginning 27 acres more or less Third Tract Beginning at a post cak corner of the above described tract, and runs S. 40 W. with the road 11 poles to a stake thence S. 48 E. 64 roles to a small black gum, thence N. 30 E. 9 1-2 poles to a stake In the old line, thence with the same to the beginning, as per deed to said Rob ertson of the last two tracts conveyed by P. E. King, Exc. ; by deed dated June 5, 1905 nd recorded in Book 52 ecftaoiHi, (g me Henderson County Ta? Collector page 70, Records of Deeds, Hendersoa county. Excepting 14 acres sold to Decatur Stepp as recorded in Book 6$ : page 97 and also excepting 5 1-3 acres" to Decatur Stepp as recorded in booli 9 page 86, Henderson county recoxsiv leaving a balance in last-two tracts'? 11-2-3 acres more or less. " This October 8th, 1913. E. W. EWBANK, Trustee. . l0-9-4tc , - ' , NOTICE OF LAJTD SALE. By virtue of . the' power conferee t.pon me in a deed in trust, with pow er of sale, dated. May 4th, 1912, exe-l M.ted by L. B. Robertson and Nannia Robertson his wife, to E, W. Ewbank, ! tr"tee'and dul7 recorded in the offic 1,1 me sier OI eds for Header- CAT PAnn t xr - i T.-n-k1- Or ! VJ ou at i Recyds for Deeds in trust, securing and default having been made in the--payment of said indebtedness, after due notice In accordance with the pro visions of said deed in trust, I will on Moday, the 10th day of November, 1913, in front of the court house door, endersonville, N. C, at 12 o'clock .ux, uuci iwi bciic ai yuuuu ouicryv and sell to the highest bidder, for cash, for the purpose of satisfying said indebtedness, with interest, cost and five per cent commissions to the trustee, all the land- described in said deed of. trust, to wit: Situate, lying and being in the town Ehip of Mills River, cpunty of Hender son, State of North Carolina, begin ning in the fork of the Etowah and Horse Shoe public road, and in a point of W. A. i Merrills' line, A. E. Erwln's and A. L. Davenports corners, and .: running with the road toward Horse Shoe to Mrs. Orrie Morgan's line and A. E. Er win's corner In the center of f.iid road and running' South 68 de grees East with Mrs. Ora Morgan's line 56 2-3 poles to a rock, her corner. Thence South (17) seventeen degrees East (22 1-3) twenty-two and one third poles to a rock, thence South (59 1-2) fifty nine and one. half de grees East 24 poles to the head of the Gum Spring, thence down the ditch 43 poles ,to the River, thence up the River 46 poles to the mouth of Craw ford and Goodman line ditch, thence up said ditch with its meandersings S4spoles to the forks of the same, thence .South 65 degrees West and up a ditch 47 poles to a bend in the ditch, thence same course 47 poles to a rock, thence South 2 1-2 degrees West 7 poles to a rock near the branch. Thence North 68 degrees West 76 poles-to the beginning. Containing sevety-five acres of land. , Being the same tract deeded to said firsts parties by A. M. Goodman and' v!fe dated May 29th 1909, recorded in book 64 page 83, Henderson county Register of Deeds office. North Car olina. This October 8th. 1913. E. W. EWBANK, Trustee. 10-9-4tc irowim . . .