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DENTIST Morey Building PHONE 60 Dr. W. H. Vander Linden DENTIST Phone 351 Office over Duffs Holmes Building Pi DR. H. L. KEITH (Successor to Dr. W. F. Nickel.) DENTIST. Office: Over Hunters Pharmacy. dr. e. a. McMillan (Suocssor to Dr. W. T, WalleceJ DENTIST DSce: Burckroyer Building. 4th Ave, Phone 442. HenderscnvHle. N. GL DR. EHRINGHAUS Dentist , PHOXE 57-J. Office over J. O. Williams. HENDERSOXYILLE. N. a Even the Dogs go Mad about the Cash Prices I pay for all kinds of JUNK J. F. STEVENS Opp. Court HousvMain Street HENDERSONVTLLE. N. C. The Beauty Secret. Ladies desire that irre? sisTible charm a good complexion. Of course they do not wish others to know a beautifier yff has been used so they T & buy a bottle of Magnolia Balm Liquid face powder and oe according to simple diraSktns. Iinprcrre aeot is noticed at ooce. Soothing, coniing and arfn-hmg. Heals Sanborn, atop Tan. Pink, White, Rose-Red. 75- alTfrvgguttfttmmUJirtcL Sample (either color) for 2c Stamp. trooMIg-Ox. 40SoorJihSuBooU7n.RY. Machinery and Mill Supplies Largest stock In "Western Caro lina. Saws. Pulleys, Belting. Wire Rope, Pipe, Fittings, Ma ' chinist's Tools. Foundry and Machine work a specialty. Ashevdlle Supply and Foundry Co. AshTflle, N. a THE LIBERTY. LOAN PKDIEB, The Comparative War Burden. ' German propagandists in America have tried strenuously and with some measure of success to imbue the pub lic with the idea that we are Simply finishing the other fellows agt That America should have kept out ot this quarrel. And that we will pay- out ox all proportion for our participation in the war. , None of these claims are true. The State Department-at Washing ton has shown conclusively that, even when she was protesting the warmest friendship for the -United States, Ger manv was plotting secretly to embroil us with Mexico, to interrupt our friends relations wiih Japan, to es trange us from Latin-Am erica, ana generally to make it so unpleasant for us ?it home that we would not dare re sent any outrage she might attempt tQ ghi to a suffering people. x qALL TO HOUSEKEEPERS." Save Meat, W heat, Fat, and Sugar. Mrs Jane S. McKimmon. State Agent, Division of Home Economics. I am thrilled when I think of the part the housewife can play in our country's plans tor winning this war. ne has suddenly been elevated tothe position where she holds in her hand fne power to increase or wniixitoa at will the distributing power of the countrvs food supply. There is not a doubt that housewives understand well what a. serious thing the shortage of wheat, meat; xats, and sweets is to our Allies on the other side, but it is hard for any woman to believe that the maii economies and denials she nixght practice in her own home would m the a-sregate make an enormous differ ence wnat tms cuumw . upon our national rights and honor. And the President has explained very plainly, directly and convincingly why he finally put aside ail his imme diate hopes of peacd and went into the conflict. ' The people of the allied European nations this year will contribute $15, 000,000,008 to the support of the war. The American public is asset! io pro nno vpar aeo tne -us"su vieu wag restricted to three-fourths oi a pound of sugar -per week; in this country the amount of sugar used per person for the same length of time 1 2-4 nounds. If the English man 'did not suffer in health with his limited amount of sweets, is it not possible for us, the housewives ot Amprira tn try cuting off at least vide $20,000,000,000. On th eface of it , ee-fourths of a pound of sugar per X-OTS FOB SALE Oae opposite J. 0. , Williams-. 5650; two on Fourth ave- ; nne, iie any real estate agent. iNoaa xl Hollowell, owner. S-10-tfc Biliousness and Stomach Trooble. "Two years ago I suffered from fre quent attacks of stomach tmnhio nr) biliousness," writes Miss Emma Yer- biprke, lima, Ohio, "I could eat vezr hi li a ifaNi t nxr m ii iim ig nrrr n ttva onn :-tC 3ome so dizry and sick at my stora La attimee that I had to take hold of . cqniethins to keep from falling. See "ak Cbarber Iain's . Tablets advertised I decided to try them. I improved rapidly." Qbtainabel everywhere. this aDDears to bear out the German claim. - :3fcE But this represents for America not onlv the expense of supporting an amv of 2.000.000 in the field but the initial expense of raising and equip I ping that army. Moreover, in America jlui.uuu.uuu people have an annual income of $40, 000.000.000. The annual income of the 406,000.000 people of the allied European nations is only $30,000,000, 000. -M'tfealH Where the per capita income, the individual income for every man, wo man and child in the United States, is $3S7. that in England, Russia, France and Italy combined averages less than $75. The individual financial burden in Europe is about four times what it will be in America. The hardship is immeasurably greater. Nor will all of this $20,000,000,000 come from our annual income. Our savings account will supply most of it THE LIBERTY LOAX PKDIER. person from our families' weekly sup ply? Much of our i pounus ui su gar goes off the table in the bottom of the teacups undissolved or is put in an over-sweetened desert. While the need for sharing with our brothers across the waters is so great, could we not make 1 1-2 teaspoonfuls do where 2' were required before, by using a litiA Mtra effort in stirringto dis solve it o rin giving up favorite des serts, and using instead our own own sweet potatoes and fruits, canned, or fresh, which need so litle addition al sugar With meat our problem is going to be harder. We are so accustomed tp its delicious flavors, and our families are so dependent on what they call the main dish of the meal, that much in genuity in selection of substitutes and careful meihc ds of preparation are go ing to be necessary. It is the study of how to prepare appetizing substi tutes for meat and wheat flour that all of us need if we expect to keep a (Sat isfied household. We can do it, wo men, and for our own satisfaction it will be interesting to keep accounts of just how much we have saved by our efforts. The South has already done much in substituting Vorn meal for wheat flour, but we can substitute still farther, since substitution has become such a viral question. We may add cotton seed and bean mea! to our wheat bread, and by so doing add also to cur supply of meat substitutes .as these products contain in different form the protein so valued in meat. , If the garbage pale i sto be reduced until it will hold only the coffee grounds and the egg shells, we women can see that it is kept small by hav ing bur family consume every particle that is taken upon the plate, and "the gospel of the clean plate" will spread the country over. The United States Food Commission has called upon all komen who havo charge of a household to sign a food pledge card. This carckasks that the housewife pledge hereslf to save par ticularly the things I have mentioned: meats, sweets fats, and wheat Per haps many of us already have signed a similar card, but in spite of that fact we are asked to go again on Sat urday, the 20th of October, to the nearest schoolhouse. hear an explana tion of what Mr. Hoover is asking all of us who are willing to do our very best to, assist him in this great food conservation movement To you wo men who did so much in the summer in planting a garden and in saving the products of that garden by canning and drying, I make a special appeal. Come to the schoolhouse on registra tion day and bring every housewife whom you can with you. North Carolina wishes to stand in the very front of the list of States when the patriotic women of the coun try are registered, and you can do much in placing her there. The Gov ernor is to issue a proclamation call ing on all housewives to register for the conservation of food on the 20th of October. Let us respond as pa triotically as did our sons and broth ers when they were called to register - .risisvn TT-CTn"VST! FR03I FARHERS IX L0A5 CAMPAIGN. In the First Liberty Loan Campaign, many of the farmers of the country were not reached, and subscriptions from the rural committees were few. There were several reasons for this, the foremost of which was that the Loan was put out in the spring, when they were busy with their crops, and it was difficult for the canvassers to interview them. Then, too, they had fnr their planting. Now their crops are m, and at the . present high price of iooa siuub, lucj should have a large sum of money m their hands. For a loan of a portion of that money the Liberty Bond cam paigners are now appealing all over the country. The various farkUau reaus and societies are co-operating and good results are expected. Albert R. Mann, Dean of, the New York College of Agriculture, is one of those who have been active in this work. Speaking of the Loan and the farmers' share in it, he said today: ' "When liberty came to America, the farmer helped to" bring it. He bore the gun, he contribute dunsparingly of his substance, he fed the armies. In the present. struggle for universal lib erty, I am sure that he will do no less. He has already made splendid response to the demand for greater food production. I . look with confi dence on his generous contribution to the Liberty Loan. The lirst Loan largely over-looked the fanner; the efforts were concentrated in the cities. The second campaign should give every opportunity for farmers as in dividuals and in their organizations to support the Government in its financial program. It is 'the highest expression of Americanism that all the people should help carry the com mon load in this critical hour." s The Inre of the Khaki Clad. There is something keenly inspir ing in the measured tramp of march ing soldier feet, the dun of kh-ki and the glint of shouldered ri3es. Some thing that brings a lump to one's throat and a mistiness to the eyes; something that stirs one's loyalty to the traditions of our fathers and the ideals of our country; something that quickens the heart throbs and sets the blood pulsing at a livelier pace; some thing that loosens th- purse strings. Recently the Fifth Regiment pride of Northern Ohio, left Cleveland for the "Montgomery training camp. At its head marched an escort of Spanish American War veterans. A military band played "Onward Christian Sol diers." A Boy Scout drum corps piayed "Yankee Doodle." And thou sands cheered them as they passed. Besides the ranks marched heart-torn mothers, hurrying to keep pacerWives red-eyed and tremulous clinging to a loved armed fo rperhaps the last time, Sweethearts, some just from school, books under their arms. And jal though there was much cheering and hand-clapping, there was a great per vading sadness and many wet eyes. Beside the soldiers monument in the public square stood a veteran of the Civil War. "It makes one's blood boil," he said, straight and grim for the moment "If those boys could march before the wealth of America for one hour, there'd be no trouble abovt money to send them." And he was right Were it possible to line up the American public along the road to France, with the khaki clad soldier boys marching to Armag eddon, the need of further appeal in behalf of the Liberty Loan would van ish in a twinkling. In Paris, the enthusiastic French men fairly covered the path of the first detachment of American troops with flowers. And a thoroughly aroused American people would clut ter the line of march knee-deep with ten dollar bills. champions of liberty in uniform, go to'for mitaryservice. the nearest training camp and look them over. he pull at your heart strings will It will make clearer you rduty to i e revival meeting at Davidson buy a LIBERTY BOND I River Presbyterian church came to a ; . - -a.- - close last Sunday, after ten days of in teresting and successful service. The FLOWERS FOR KAISERS GRATE. Those Texas boys are saving the withered flowers given them by their sisters and sweethearts. They pro mised to put the flowers on the Kais er's grave and the promise will be kept unless other duties keep them away whenNthat duty shall be per formed. Europe is to witness differ ent methods when a million" Ameri- r B It UiLU iiS Uvo a ill no more barefoot trips to tha basement no more dressing in an ice cold room no more big fuel bills to pay no moire fires to build. Simply roll out of bed ano? dress in your, rooms made warm and cheerful by the even day and night heat of mm in iumn..ximi - ( fin affile: BURNS CHEAPEST COAL CLEAN AND-BniSHT. USES ANY FUEL. If last winters fuel bill was hard to pay what will it be this year with fuel higher than ever. 'Now is the time to stop waste. If you want a small fuel bill this Winter, you need this remarkable fuel-saving heater. Act today. - J Ir the proposition does not ring true we will not accept it for i1 advertising. flj If a want ad reader has been misused by an advertiser in this page, we want to know about it f We place this de partment on a high standard and make special efforts to main- tain it (i) i till- if OealHeater Satisfaction cans shall enter the fray. And it will be interesting -to hear our Allies sing ing the songs of victory. "There will be a hot time' in the old town tonight," will sound well in French or Italian when sung in Berlin. Houston Post, 'CUT DOWS! Cut lown! Cut down auto mileage and save gas, tires and lubricants. The Army and Navy can use them. Cut down sugar consumption. France needs sugar. Cut down on wheat bread. . Corn is good. The Allies need wheat. Cut down beef consump tion and help the poor here and the armies abroad. Save milk for the children adults do not need much. Cut down! If by doing so you save money, there are the bonds! New York World. SUCCESSFUL MEETING AT DATED SOX RITER. Meat Eaters. j congregations most of the time were The average American eats S0" - large; the attendance of men being pounds of beef, 7 pounds of veal, 78 ! specially good, and the preaching by -. AAuul3UUIlllU pounds of pork and lard and pounds of mutton and lamb every year. 9 1 " , L J a a I ;cnurcn. whose message for the day tile WhOle trUth- lad all the force of thought and . K Write your ad like you would talk to your party and tell Notice die following: FOR RENT Roan. Telephone 624 er apply 120 Lake Avenae. FOR RENT Ni laro boot daae. MsniDg wxftex. eiactac EAu. wwU to car Ine mad vooA m Modente pace. Applf 120 Lata A Which aclwould you answer? : . . " a v 3 Don t cut the ad too short. It is false economy. was earnest and effective. There were eleven additions to the church, and nearly . all of the new members were of mature years. Davidson River Day was observed on Sunday, as in October of last year, with preaching both morning and af ternoon, and dinner on the church grounds. The sermon in the after noon was preached by Rev. W. H. Davis, for a long time Dastor of thp 3 jpression that characterized his work CHRTSAXTHEJffUM SHOW. The ladies Aid Society of the First Presbyterian church will hold its an nual Chrisanthemum show during the last week in October. This event promises to be one of a great deal of interest. The date and place of hold ing the show will be announced later FOR SALE 3Ty fountain farm of about 230 acres SO cleared," bal ance in timber, on the South pronr of Mills River adjoining, the govern r ment Reserve TVill sell for bes offer if I get any reasonable one will take other propertv or goo papers as part pay. Reason fo selling want same cash to inTes down here. A. T. Kimzey, lit Pleasant. S. C. l-18-3tp r 4 i n eamiora Now vmwmaamwmimuiMum.m.wm ;, new and beautiful car come andseeit. factories we have this rger and roofer, for onrZTr aswe Of! A a BUIiKHI.HIi;iitMUBiUitujimtllitiuiBM "L131 d rooinlr- for one thing the wneelbase has tw-r, tnm S-ZTS ttead.Strafier and rffi!d cSne for he?de.n0?r of three And the body rests directlv on this cownrfnt ft of on brackets cSnd the sides, as In the past. - Arom Do you know what that means? It means this: The firmness with whi S-P theroad and Se sTeadlnf ge such as yoa have been able to en joy bcforeonK ; Bhaced with a batter.Tf'Socl0 x Tfcb evr Car b 50 Porarh There's a marrel oi engmeerinii f or vtm v?. 5 lT611 as the most economical 5-passenger car in the world. wjZfl- uaum,cn8 rear springs the last fS? spring suspension mark this wonder ful Maxwell of 1918. ' - lcSfiS5er ort-fireatcr economy, by lessening wear and tear on the car. Maxwell Now Has ttaStylsof ' the Costliest Cars It rha . A. fireat beauty. tSorJIS6141 "1 rakish lines never Il2?S? P10061 any car costing less than efflcfency3 eqCal V1 mechanical "nphclstery U richer and gives a new Insideacd ont the new 918 Maxwell is a perfected v ,,, w aui ir. Touring Car S745, Roacbte, S7L r- . -""i.Wn HendersoaTifle Bnggy and Wagon Company : r .