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FOR SALE
XOST Ladies pocket book on Flat
Rack road, containing $10.00 bill
ad chance. Reward if returned to
S. O. Edney, East Flat Rock. 12-2-3tp
JtQTL SALE House and lot oa Ban
combe avenue, owner leaving city.
Apply to Agent Standard Oil Com
pany. ll-25-4tc
HULTIPLTLKG ONIOIT SETS TT
hare them for your garden. Hun
ter' Pharmacy. Nll-ll-tfs
FOB SALE Three ealres and a nua--ber
of shoateg. C. H. T. Bly. Hay
wood road. . . 10-7-tfo
FINEST BLOCK COAL ever brought
to Hendersonville! Low prices and
full weight. Phone 141. j
12-16-15 . -
FOB SALE Attractive bungalow,
close in, five rooms,--bargain by
owner. See GF. Chaple at Hender--sonville
Hardware Co. : 11-11-Stc
;4VE SELL THE FAMOUS John Deere
low down manure spreader. By
usng the same you saver half the cost
. -in one season. Farmers Hardware
-& Supply company. -: 10-27-4tc.
txEATHER ON THE 1YAYI Get
, that, coal in now. Absolutely ' best
- . graded at a -low 'price : -Full weight
.jr.an; prompts delivery. , Phone.--142.
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tFOB SALE a Snap of a good bargain.
The Community-Shop with'all ma
, chinery and supplier if sold at once.
.Address B" 68 Haywood 'street;
. -Asheville, N. X!. ; - ' l-1113tc
HEADQUARTERS For Good Coal and
honest weight Phone 141. 1J
12-16-15
DN'T WASTE GOOD MONEY ON
trash and dust. Buy coal that
: burns. Phone 142. 1" .
: JL2-16-15
FOR SALE Fifty acres of land ia
three fourths of a mile of L. L. John
son's. For sale at a bargain. Come
and see me. L. L. Johnson.
-16-6tc
FOR RENT Nice Steam heated room'
with bath. Yov.ng man preferred.
Apply . Hendersonville Hardwar-3
Company. - 12-10-tfc
FOR SALE Fifty shoats, all sizes,
will sell reasonable. Apply M. b.
Hatch, one mile from city between
Haywood and Asheville roads. -
12-MSs
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Everything must be sold by January 1st. Articles too numerous to mention. Two whole, floors full of goods, all new arid attractive bought
at befqre-the-war prices. Buy early, avoid, the rush. I don't have to tell you the class of merchandise I handle, the public knows anything.
bought at my store has a reputation, my name stands behind them... No goods charged during this. sale. u ""
Merchants handling' Toysl"! can sell you you goods and save' you. 25. A large stock to select from.
Hi in in in mi in i nfitw iiii niiii ii I mm i I ilium i iiiiiiiiiiwiiTitrr-r- nrnniii1-- .num -, jmm-t-
OP CV ho wiiWant Ads are pounng into the 1
(roljnaDcrritrer best -Investment money
can buy) when y ou want or " wish to ; sell, freht : orp
find anything; Democrat - Want Ads ' circulate ;
ihto as many Henderson county homes ' and busi- :
:
; ness places as any other newspaper.
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SPECIAL NOTICES
YOU CAJT GET MORE for jour select
ed eggs at Maxwell's Cash Gro
cery, n-ii-tfs
FOB BEDiT Six room ilat steam beat,
hot and cold water basement room.
Also two .office rooms. .See Dr.
Morey in Morey building. 10-14-tfe
FOB GOOD DBY STOYE Wood, Phone
. 805. 10-21-4tc .
TE WANT YOU to bur your newspa
pers and magazines from 'H-ville
News Company. 11-11-tfc
XICELY FURNISHED ROOJIS, HOT
and cold water, bath, for rent at
reasonable rates. Apply at No. 10
Washington St .: 9-9-tro
WE DELIVER Leading Daily News
papers and magazines to your homo.
Phone ' 260 Hendersonville News
Company. . ' ' 11-11-tfa
THE OFFICE OF DR. A. H. MORE!
will be closed until after the Christ
mas holidays.: - 12-2-tfs
SEE W. C. JORDAN When you need
pure feed, such as. flour, meal,
shorts, crushed feed, chicken feed,
and grain flour. Apply -Henderson
County Flour Mill, Flat Rock, N. C.
- ; 12-16-tfs
YOUR DAUGHTER
WANTS THAT PIANO FOR A
CIIRISTMA S PRESENT.
Women whes:iise- Our pjanoa are en
thusiasticaoTef fh high grade appear,
ancendiie
athersoltufbands who ' buy (heni
are quife as''" well' pleased' orer our
easy terms of Payment. ...
': Friends who "hearvjoii play are
promptly convinced that you have se
lected a real piano. v . "
- Come in and try them. Talk it over
with us. We can. readily come to sat-1
jiuciury n-rm una me rinsirumeni
isfactory , terms and the instrument ,
Is yours.. v -
We haTe a shipment on road which
we expert, in a few days.
MAXWELL MOORE,
At Maxwell's Cash ft rocery -Store.
" -12-9-tfs"v
DANGEROUS GROUND.
Father?
. Yes, my child.
Is it more blessed to give than to
receive?
Yes, my son.
That means we receive' more joy
from giving gifts than from receiving
them? -
Surely.
Then when we give things, it is so
we can receive more joy, isn't it?
Y-e-s.
Then we are really watching out all
the time for what we are to receive
aren't we?
Look at that clock, child! You
should have been in bed half an hour
ajro!
poirjtiini
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Week : U
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WANTED
WANTED A Good Freab Jersey or
Guernsey cow. Dr. L. B. IMorse,
Hendersonville, N. C 12-2-tno
WANTED wm pay tb Btarkct prJe
for wheat, rye, corn delivpred at
Hendersonville Flourirg fMID" Flat
v Rock, N. C. W. C. Jordan Prop.,
Box 629, phone 208 Henderaonville,
t N. C. . i- v r n-2T-tf s
WANTED A Reliable man with horse
to represent us in this county. A
splendid contract to the right man.
Singer . Sewing Machine Company,
Ashevillev N. C. - - lli-14-4tc
WANTED One hundred cars of hard
.-Maple logs. Can also use a, smaller
quantity of beech, birch, cycamore,
bass, buckeye and oak. --Write for
specifications. The Ivey Mf g Co.,
Hickory, N. C. ' U-4-4tc
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WANTED Position as bonsekeeper or
care .of an invalid.- by .middle aged
single woman.- J. ; P. s; Route 6,
box 33 il-ll-itp
WANTED Farm within "fiTe miles of
HenderEonville. Must be well wa
tered and have aome timber. Ad
dress 'Land", care "Hustler'
o ll-6tp
W ANTED A Good Cow for the win
ter fcr her keeping by reliable party,
inquire at this office.'. . lp-58-3tc
nicely furnished:;, BObilS R
Rent for the winter. ApplytoMrs.
Vance .Norwdod,"10 South "Xuashlng-vo-street-
-. -ve-916tfs
W A N TED. Jtfen and omen's large
sizes' in second ' hand shoet A Best
market
Co.
prices. M.
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C. Dotson ii
llf-ll-tc :
WA JiTED Wide f wake, ; energetic
- youngfmairl -who wants; desirable
Work at canvassing. Good pay. W?
W. Marr, Hendersonville, N. C.
ll-ll-3tc
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MANAGERS CAPABLE.
AMBITIOUS
young men". wanted as Trareltng and
State Managers; $1200.00 yearly
salary and expenses, or cash and
commission. Also local represent
atives wanted; $12.00 weekly salary
apd commission. Goodwer .'-Hosiery
rMilla, Dept., 19, Trenton, New Jer
sey. ' v : ll-iS-6te
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WOMEN, Young or middle aged, want
ed as special -representatives iu
home town; $12.00 Weekly salary
and commission. Also State "and
Traveling Managers wanted; $120t
yearly salary "and expenses, of "cash
and commission. Goodwear Hosiery
Mills, Dept. 19, Trenton New Jer
sey. ll-18-6tc
WHAT HE APPRECIATED.
" .'-,-' . . . s- i "- --I
have never owned any automo
biles," said the man who hadn't yet
paid for his home,, "but I can say one
thing in praist of them."
"What's that?" inquired Henderson.
"They have made mortgages re
cpectable." Judge.
F
Goods
I tTHEN GACOLIW4J RUN3 LOY.
- in Farm and Fireside Is an Ingenious . Ziay 1, 1S33, the President of the
suggestion for autoista whose gasoline United j States directed that all 'the
has run-so low that' they, hare trouble xnarines be withdrawn from their: re
in hill climbing - i 1 spective stations and go via New. York,
"One sometimes, is caught out with ! Norfolk; Charleston and Augusta, to
P. low. supply of gasoline Jhroughhay--' Fort Mitcfiell for active duty -with the
in; Co make long de"toursto avoid bad-. a?ay In the 5 field against hostile In
roads l or from other causes.: The sup-
pi can beT niade to" stretch .oyer-, this
emergency; by adding denatured; alco
hbl or kerosene- Occasionally:' thfe is
'sufficient - gasoline for the ordinary
ievel roaji, but. not enough for ahnn-
expected hill. - t"--:"'-"'- :-
In this case the principle of pres
sure feed can be applied.- bcrew we
cap down ight on the gasoline tank, 11337 for gallant and meritorious rser
and then sharpen a match to fit the j vice while In command of the marines
ventilating hole in the cap. Blow intoJ during the campaign against, hostile
tn is hole as hard as possible and im
mediately . plug with a sharpened
match. Usually this will enable the
driver to make the hill without furth
er trouble. But If not, he can turn the
cararound and back up hill.".
IN BE CONGRESSIONAL RACE ; ,
WHO WAS THE BIG STATESMAN!
- (Franklin Press.)
In another column of this , issue of
the Press will be found, the announce
ment of Hon. Zeb Wearer, of Ashe-
ville, for the Democratic nomination
lor congress from thls district.
Before we commit ourselves to Mr.
.Weaver, we, as well as the people of
Macon county., would like to know what
part he took if any, while in the State
Senate last winter in bringing about
the repeal of 'the charter of the rail road
and then killing all hope this
eounty has ever had of an outlet to the
North, or of ever getting a through line
of railroad built through our county.
POINTED PARAGRAPHS.
But the hen that sits on a china egg
is better off.
Hardened hands are the real trade
marks of labor.
New flannels and small boys shrink
from washing.
Gossip is always short-lived, except
when properly ventilated.
The stronger a man's love for liqupi'
the greater his weakness. ,
Take the consequences if you are
entitled to them. . ':-..
Instead of trying to dodge tempta
tion some, people worry because itj
dodges them. . .
" Time improves most things, except
women; they,, of course have been
perfect from the beginning.
Advice is about the only thing the
average man will give freely without
money and without -price. -
,A magazine poet says: "It is, hard
to be poor." Well perhaps if is, but
ve always imagined it was easy to be
a poor niaeazine poet : i'-v'f
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NEW TRANSPORT TO BE NAMED
, AFTER ARCHIBALD HENDERSON
Secretary Daniels, to HonoE Memory.!
- Famous "Brevet, Brigadier,, Gen erA
Commandant; Fjjst JSTa.mesake . ,
In Congress From N. C.
(If. E. n.!Brvant in News &-Observer.i
Washington; Dec. 12.-Tran5port
Novl, ofthe United States Navy, jwlil
be named' after Brevet- Grigadier "Gen
eral Commandant Archibald Hender
son, who was born in Virginia in 1785
and appointed second lieutenant-in tht
Marine Corps in 1806. .
.Major Henderson was a vman of ak
ity. courage and judgment. 'Secrefar
Daniels is glad to honor his memory
in such a fitting way.
The name of Archibald Henderson
hap, come down through a long line
of distinguished persons.
:Dr Henderson, of the State Univer
sity at Chapel Hill, bears the given
name of "Archibald."
The first Henderson in -Congress
from North Carolina - was ..born in
Granville county, but uioved to Rowan
after he was grown. His name was
Archibald."-
The Archibald Henderson for whom
the navy transport is to be named, was
promoted to captain April 1, 1811 and
was ordered to the frigate President
in 1812:.. In',' August; 1812, he was
breveted to major.
Major Henderson was ordered to the
fr'.gate Constitution in 1815, and serv
ed on that ship when she captured the
British vessel Cyane and Levant. He
was especially mentioned in the re
port of that action
In 1820 Major Henderson was ap-
Toys
j pointed lieutenant colonel, command -
I
dians . . Major - Henderson served witn
great distinction in that campaign and
took part in the ?,-battle of Hatchee-
itee.t:r:"v-:s.:r-s . - , ;
Major Henderson assumed command
Tot:- the Marine Corps- at Washington
June 22, 1834, and March 4, 1843, he
was commissioned brigadiers general
j by brevent to rankrfrom January 27.
Indians." ' .... . - Jj' r-y
In -1857, during a riot in washing-ton,-
General Henderson distinguished
himself for bravery He marched to
the muzzle of a cannon the' rioters had
loaded and were threatening to dls
charge into the marines and urged
the crowd to disperse, but in vain.
After a sharp, fierce encounter the
rioting citizens were dispersed. While
directing the attack on the rioters
General Henderson was fired: upon
several times!. ; v -;
General Henderson served , aa com
mandant of the Marine Corps from
June 22,, 1887, to January 6, 1859, the
day of his death, at the Marine Bar
racks, Washington. .- -. : ;' v
Some girl descendant . of General
Henderson will act as sponsor at the
unveiling of the Navy Transport.
No. 1. . ; " "; ' ' , j:" -- '':;'-
CATAWBA COUNTY AS AN
EXAMPLE OF CO-OPERATION.
Chapel Hill, N. C. Dec. 18.- The
model co-operative county in North
Carolina is Catawba The people of
that county have not only waked , up to
the possibilities which may be obtain
ed through co-operation, but they have
gone to work with so much spirit that
they have won the honor of being
ranked as the finest model of co op
eration in the South. Cooperation
among the farmers may be divided
into three general classes: co-opera-tic
production, co-operative market
ing, and co-operative societies foi
banking. The farmers- of Catawba
rpimtv have developed each or these
to some extent. - - -
The first step to warda co-operation
taken by the Catawba county folk was
the founding of The Catawba Co-operative
Creamery in 1910. The total in-
THE QU ALITY SHOP has
been put in Perfect Order
Pi
eleiLine or
i
r fYbur Christinas Shop
ping Early.
The Quia
lodge Bros. Motor
You' can feel sure that the car is exactly as good as it
looks if you will remember the wide experience
which Dodge Brothers have had in
motor car construction
.. " The motor is 30-35 horsepower
T The wheelbase is 110 inches
The. price of the car complete is $78o
(f. o. b. Detroit)
LET US DEMONSTRATE ONE TO YOU
Itie Ride Garage
Phone 189
A. E. Marshall. Prop.
, Mtal SUf ' - : XTcfowaShL-a l.-npral'Shiog CrieirtalShin
The-four designs of Grtright Metal Shingles as shown above are
made in any of the following ways : '
1. Stamped from Tm-plate and pamted Red.
2. Stamped from Tin-plate' and painted Green.
3. Stamped from Tin-pla(e and Galvanized by a hand-dipping process.
4. Stamped from special hght-coated Galvanized Sheets.
Each and every genuine Cortrkht Metal Shingle is embossed with this
the number of 1
first month's operation "Jh
or : nutter . to the
amount?.!
Three thousand pounds of
94Q
made during the month S??
of the first year th the
or but
th t..
nrst year the flm ' luc enn
the patrons had reached $14 oPa!d to
second year witnessed a mil
crease both in the mimw rked a,
and" in the amount of busineL
yerwaa $22)15. The Cnk
pany was incorporated in 1919 Dl'
authorized capital stock of $5o2haa
was. and still, is, a requirement?; 11
company that at all times 75 Dpoft
of the stock must be owned 1
farmers.. At the presnt time L,
shares are held by others than .
rs. afarm-
The great success of the
creamer 1
.i"TA rtrK fall is ' tmn-m.
of Catawba county with the impojJ
of co-operative enterprises; and
they have hastened to form other g
associations. In 1913 the Ca ?
County-Sweet Potato GrowergAsao
tion was organized with a memberBhi
of 60. The Association had three
poses In organizing: first, to incrZ
the production of sweet potato
second, toimprove their quaUtv -V,',
third, to standardize the packaVe !
their shipment. The Association h,
1-een growing steadily and is meetS
long-felt need in Catawba county
But the Catawba county fanners do
not limit their co-operation to enter
prises merely for the sale of their
ducts; he also applies the principle off
w-uirerauwu w me suppiieg thai
he purchases. In order to sup.
ply this need the Farmerg' Uniot
Warehouse company was Incorporated
in 1913 with an authorized capita!
stock of $25,000. This warehouse i3l
wholesale warehouse for all the farm
ers In the county. It handles such
articles a fertilizers, seeds imple
ments, wagons, buggies, and harness
The farmer's produce may he also
marketed through the warehouse. Last
year the warehouse did a $2500 busi
ness More instances of improvement
might be cited. But what has been
shown should be enough to convince
the most sceptical that the county hat
greatly improved, and that the most
powerful single influence in bringinj
about this improvement has been tie
practical operation of the principle ot
co-operation in the various farming in
dustries of the county.
g4
Merchandise.
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lily
Shop
Car
: Main St. I
17 Biltmore
ELOM
Ashevills,
N. Care
TradeHnark. M Cortright RJU, S. Pst. CM." -; 1
- Hendersons c, N X,

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