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Both Native and Abruzzi SEED RYE SEED WHEAT Let us know quantity you have and name price STRICKER SEED CO. Asheville, N. C. YES! LIFT A CORN OFF WITHOUT. PAIN I Cincinnati authority tells how to dry up a corn or callus so It lifts off with fingers. " Ycu corn-pestered men and women need suffer no longer. Wear the shoes t: at nearly killed you before, says this Cincinnati authority, because a few drop of freezone applied directly on a ur. ik-r, aching corn or callus, stops sore nt once and soon the corn or haruoiied callus loosens so it can be VavA out, root and all, without pain. A small bottle of freezone cost very i;-L; .c at any drug store, but will posi ti..y take off every hard or soft iv:-.: or callus. This should be tried, it is inexpensive and is said not to irritate the surrounding skin. ! i your druggist hasn't any freezone tcli hini to geVa small bottle for you in::; Ins wholesale drug house. It is fin - stuff and acts like a charm every GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS" TO CONSTIPATED CHILD Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm tender little Stomach, liver and bowels. Look at the tongue, mother! If coated, your little one's stomach, liver and bowels need cleansing at once. When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't sleep, eat or act naturally, or is fever ish, stomach sour, breath bad; has sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give a teaspoonful of "California S'rup p Fi3," and in a few hours all the foul, constipated waste, undigested food end sour bile gently moves out of its littla bowels without griping, and you have a well, playful child again. Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bottle c ''California Syrup of Figs," which con tains full directions for babies, chil dren cf all ages and for grown-ups. SAYS LEMON JUICE WILL REMOVE FRECKLES Girls! Make this cheap beauty lotion to clear and whiten your skin. Squeeze the juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of orchard white, shake well, and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle and tan lotion, and complexion beautifier, at very, very small cot. Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of orchard white for a few cents.. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion into the face, neck, arms and hands each day and see how freckles and blemishes disappear and how clear, soft and white the skin becomes. Yes! It is harmless. And Was Rca-Dowc, Weals and Nervous, Says Florida Lady. Five Bottles of Cards! Mads Her Well. Kathleen, Fla. Mrs. Dallas Prine, cf this place, Bays: "After the birth cf in- last child... I got very muck run-down and weakened, so much t'-ut I could hardly do anything at I wa3 so awfully nervous that I could ccarcely endure the least -s'-o. My condition w&3 getting v,'c-'- all the time... I 2::.2w I must have some relief cr 1 "oiicl soon be fn the bed and in a Eeriov.3 condition for I felt so badly fitd "was so nervous and weak I could tardly live. My husband asked Dr. 7 about my taking CarduL He EaicI, 'it's a good medicine, and good for that trouble', so he got me 5 bot tles... After about the second bottle I felt greatly improve d.. before taking it my limbs and hands end arms J'ould go to sleep. After taking it, however, this poor circulation disap peared. My strength caine back to jae and I was soon on the road to health. After the use of about 5 bot es, I could do - all my house-work and attend to my six children De cides." ' You can feel safe in giving Cardul a thorough trial for your troubles. It contains no harmful or habit-forming Jrugs, but is composed of mild, vege table, medicinal ingredients with no oaa after-effects. Thousands of women have voluntarily written, telling of ne good.Cardui has done them. It should help you, too. Try it. E 74 Huge Rattlesnake. The largest specimen of the rattle snake in any collection inthe world is said to be that at the state museum at Raleigh, N. C. It measures 6 feet 11 inches in length. It weighs 7 pounds 11 ounces. There are 12 rattles. 01BS ASLEEP egal . , notice. . -' :: ' State of North Carolina, ... v Henderson County. Superior Court Before the Clerk, J. M. Stepp, Administrator of Zilpha E. Barnwell, deceased. " vs. : ': . Jane Taylor, and husband, R. G. Tay lor, f Aleaxnder Barnwell, . James Barnwell, T. P. Barnwell, Everett Blythe. Nathan Blythe, Alice Blythe, Nora Redden, Roy, Redden, Lizzie Redden, heirs at law. , j . The defendants, Nannie Blythe, El liott Blythe, Alice Blythe and Jane Taylor and R. G. Taylor above named, will take notice that an action entitled as abovn has been commenced In the Superior court of Henderson county to sell the lands of which Zilpha E. Barn well died seized and possessed in Hen derson county, North Carolina, adjoin ing lands of R. W. Allen and others, containing 38 acres to make assets to pay debts, and the said defendants will further take notice that they are required to appear before the under signed Clerk of the Superior Court of Henderson County at his office ih tne court house in Hendersonville, North Carolina, on the 7th day of November, 19J.7, at 11 o'clock and answer or de mur to the complaint in said action, or the plaintiff will apply to the court for relief demanded in said complaint. This October 9, 1917. v C. M. PACE, 10-ll-4tc Clerk Superior Court. TRUSTEES SALE. By virtue of a certain deed of trust executed to Gallatin Roberts, as trus fee, to secure the balance of the pur chase money on a certain "parcel o! land hereinafter described, which said deed of trust was executed by M. A. JJoich and Wile Alice Bolt'a on Sep tember 21st. iyj.6, and dei'ault having been made in the payment of the amount secured in said deed of trust, whereby -the power of sale became op erative at the request of the party secured therein, I will on the 5th day of November 1917 at 12 M, o'colck at the court house door in the city of Hendersonville, Henderson county, sell to the highest bidder for cash the following described land: First Tract Beginning at a popu lar, thence East 40 poles to a black oak. thence same course 110 poles to a stake, thence North 40 poles to a stake, thence 100 poles to a stake, thence North 40 poles to a stake, thence West 250 poles to a stake, at Reeses' line, thence South to the be ginning, containing 100 acres more or less. J'm,'3qi1 Second Tract Beginning at a chest nut, Samuel C. Bryson's corner, thence South 34 poles to a black gum, thence East 24 poles to a chestnut Rees's cor ner, thence South 55 poles to a stake n Rees's line, thence East 250 poles to a stake, thence North 40 poles to a stake, thence West 140 poles to a stake at Swyaniggans corner, thence North 40 deg. 58 poles to a stake, thence to the beginning. Third Tract Beginning at a black oak. C. C. Bryson's corner, thence South 92 poles to a sour-wood, thence S5 deg. East 42 poles to a stake, thence East 36 poles to a chestnut, thence North 65 deg. East 150 poles to a stake, thence North 60 poles to a stake, thence West 100 pole3 to a stake, thence West to the beginning. Excepting the several pieces of land sold to different parties by Hardy and Mattie Mills. This September the 24th, 1917. . GALLATIN ROBERTS. 9-27-4tc Trustee. TRUSTEE S SALE. By virtue of a cetrain deed of trust made and executed to J. A. Nichols as trustee to secure a certain note ex ecuted by M. A. Bolch and Alice J. Bolch on the 17th of November 1916, and default having been made in the payment of said note secured by said deed of trust, and demand having been made that the trustee execute the au thority vested in him under terms of said power of sale. I will on the 5th day of November 1917 at 12 M at the rri?vt limsn floor in the city of Hen dersonville Henderson county, offer for sale for cash, the following de scribed nrcperty. Three tracts of iqt, in TTnriners Creek township in Henderson county and fuly described n i rioo.-i from Hardv Mills and aiattie 7t;ii; tr .T: M Gudtrer. Jr., and J. D. 1 ?)crmid doted Mav 2nd. 1016, and reg- --.fT.e:i in the Refipter's office of Hen iderson countv in Book No. 92 pace 144 and reference is made to sam deed for a full description of said three tracts of land. This the 24th day of -Sp.otpmber 1917. J A. NICHOLS. 9-27-4tc N Trustee. NOTICE OF TTTSTEE'S SALE QF SALE. ' By virtue of the power of sale con tained in that certain Deed in Trust executed to the undersigned trustee by W. M. Guill and wife, Beulah Aris Guill, on the 1st day of February 1916 to secure the indebtedness therein named, which indebtedness is past due and unpaid, after due and proper demand for the payment of same has been madetherefore the undersigned will sell at the Court House door of Henderson county in Hendersonville, North Carolina, at 12 o'clock noon on the 19th da yof Nov ber, 1917 at public auction for cash to the highest bidder, at the request of the holder of the said notes described in the said Deed in Trust and for the purpose of satisfying .the said indebt edness, the following described piece or parcel of land sitauted, lying and r.v- nf Wfvndersonville. Hendersonville township, Henderson County, North caronna, neimcip fully described as follows: Lot No. 5 of the Smith-Jordan Land Notices as surveyed by P. F. Patton August 2nd, 1907. Beginning . on the North margin of Broad street, at a stake 118 feet West of the West margin of Glenn avenue, and runs with Broad street South 81 deg. 30 West 59 12 feet to a cross street; thence with the said cross street North 3 deg." East 153 feet to a stake in the West margin of said cross street; thence North 81 deg. 30' East 47 1-2 feet to a stake; thence South 30 East 150 feet to the begin ning, i Being the samp land mnvpvpii hv Florence Jordan to W. M.' Guill by o.eea dated October 2nd, 1915 and re corded in Book 91 at page 228 of tha Records of- Deeds for L TTpnriorcnn County. ... . This the 18th day of October, 1917. P. F, PATTON, Trustee. W. Marshall Bridges, . Attorney. ' 10,25-4tc NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. Whereas on the 3rd, day of Novem ber. 1914, Horace Case executed to F. H. Jackson that mortgage which is of record in Book 40, page 176 of the Records of Mortgages for Henderson County, to secure 54 notes aggregating $1350.00; and whereas default has been made in the payment of said notes. Now, Therefore, by virtue of the power contained in said mortgage, and tor the purpose of satisfying said indebtedness with interest, cost and expenses, the .undersigned "mortgagee will on Friaay, November 2nd, 1917, at 12 o'clock M, at the court house door in thetown of Hendersonville in said County of Henderson, offer lor sale at public outcry to tiie highest biader for cash the lands conveyed by said mort gage which' are bounded and described us follows: : ? Being in Hendersonville township, Henderson county an dState of North Carolina, and being the sarae land bought of- F. H. Jackson .and wife, Mary Jackson, by the said Horace Case and bounded as fellows: Beginning on a stake standing S. 66 W. 4 feet from a pine standing on the East side of a street leading from the Edncyville road said Pine stand ing 333 from Edneyville road and runs N. 42 1-2 E. 76 1-2 feet to M. E. Garren's line, being the N. W. corner of said Garren lot; thence S. 74 1-2 E. with Garren's line 13S feet to a stake in C. H. T. Bly's line; thefece 8. 42 1-2 W. 76 1-2 feet to a street. N. W. corner of said Bly's lot; thence with said street N. 74 1-2 W. 138 feet to the be ginning. This October 2nd,, 1917. F. II. JACKSON, Mortgagee. J. D. LEDBETTER, Assignee. By Smith & Shipman,. Attorneys. 10-ll-5tc SAVE WHILE THE SAYIXG IS GOOD High-priced crops are pournig into the South a golden flood that unpre dented in all our history. Tenants who have hitherto merely broken even are finding themselves with hundreds of dollars In cash ahead; small land owners are wiping out all obligations, with heavy balances to the good; large landowners, in many cases, are actual ly netting small fortunes. AH of which is good. But let us not during this era of great material pros perity forget to lay by something for a rainy day. We would like to see every Southern farm home painted and equipped with lights and water works, every Southern farmer sup plied with the vest of labor-saving ma chinery and good livestock. These things are necessities, and spending money for them is productive invest ment. On the other hand, we need during these times to pull ourselves up sharply when we are tempted to buy things we really do not need, and put the money in. the bank instead. Next year may not be a year like this has been, and we may be certain that the present era of prosperity cannot con tinue indefinitely. Wise is he who foresees these things and governs himself according ly. Ther never will be a better time to put some money in the bank and keep it there against the rainy days ahead. Progressive Farmer. YOUR PART. TTptfvs what vrii mn do to adrl vour (bit to the great cause of fire preven- , ' i , -i- - - j 1. i c x : . j lion, wnicn in ix:is, ui u.u umtb, 13 su important to the welfare of the com munity: You can . avoid lighting a match around gasoline. You can ' knock out your pipe or throw away your cigar when you go around highly inflammable material. You can ke::p your premises clean. You can see that each match used is extinguished before throwing it away. You can inspect your premises oc casionally to, see that waste paper has not accumulated in vacant rooms, cel lars, garrets, or other places. You can keep matches away form the children. You can be careful about burning 10 CENT "CASCARETS" FOR LIVER AND BOWELS Cure Clck Headache, Constipation, Biliousness, Sour Stomach, Bad Breath Candy Cathartic. No odds how bad your liver, stomach or bowels; hov, much your head aches, ,liow : miserable you are from, constipa tion, indigestion, biliousness and slug gish bowels you alway3 get relief with Cisearets. . They immediately cleanse and regulate the stomach, remove the sour, fermenting food and foul gases; take the excess bile from "the liver and carry off the constipated , waste "anatter and poison from the intestines and bowels. A 10-cent box from your drug gist will keep your liver and bowels clean ; stomach sweet and head clear for months. They work while you sleepv the trash in your back yard. - V You can provide a wire screen to be placed before the fireplace on going to bed or leaving the house. - . : ' You can occasionally have the elec tric wires' and the chimneys and flues inspected and correct existing errors. You .can exercise prudence in the handling - of electric irons and gas stoves . . ;..;': You can: see that the settling of the house has caused, no cracks in the chimneys or flues. , - You can C talk to your neighbors about dangerous conditions that may exist next.door. . You can avoid carelessness. . . . You can think. . You can remember that these are war times and that neither your coun try nor yourself can afford to have any of our products or wealth wasted by fire. r . STANDARD LOAF RECIPE FOR A?JERICANT PEOPLE. Set of Ingredients to e Selected After Careful Government Experiment IViil Net be War Bread- Within the course of the next few days it is expected that Federal Food Administrator Hoover will announce that the government expects all house wives who believe in the conservation of foodstuflte and reasonable prices to adopt a standard sized loaf of bread, say 3 a Washington dispatch. With this end in view. Benjamni Pv Jacobs, connected with the bureau ol chemistry of the department of agri culture, has been conducting a num ber of experiments in bread making for the food, administrator at Philadel phia. Mr. Jacobs has returned to Washington and laid the, result of his labors before Mr, Hoover. ' He used a number of formulas during his work in Philadelphia and from the number tlnis empolyed it is expected that a set of ingredients will be Selected to form the basis -for the standard loaf to be used by the .people of this nation dur ing he continuance of the war. Mr. Hoover declared to newspaper men this evening that there is no intention on the part of this government to put out war bread, such as is used in European countries. 1 "The standard loaf which will result from Mr, Jacobs' experiements," he said, "will be composed of whole wheat and not mixed with different kinds of flour made from various products." Regulations pertaining to the busi ness of bakers and their licensing will shortly be issued, by which it is believ ed the prices of bread to the -ultimate consumer will be greatly reduced. It was explained at the food administra tion, however, that no attempt will be made to fix the nrice of bread sold by retailer. This could only be done in case the business of such a retailer amounts to more than $100,000 a year and very few, if any fall within this category. A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK. Peace now, even though it be made on .th&Jbasis of the restoration of the status quo. "without indemnities and j without annexations," would be a fail jure to the great purposes for which the Allies have made heart-rendermg sacrifice. Armaments would continue for the next war, and this war would have been fought in vain. The mil lions of lives lost and the hundreds of billions' worth of the product of men's labor, would be wasted. He who pro poses peace now, therefore, either does not see the stake for which the Allies are fighting, or wishes the German military autocracy still .to control the destinies Of all of us as. to peace or war. Those who favor permanent world neace must oppose with might and main the proposals for peace at this juncture in the" war, whether made in socialistic councils, in pro German conferences, or by Pope Bne edict. Men "who look forward to a League of the World to 'Enforce Peace in the future can have no patience with a" compromise that leaves the promoting cause of the present awful war unaffected and unremoved. W. H. Taft. Rugs, at .1916 prices Look around FIRST and come to see us. Oias. RozzelSe . i j flf Get the exchange habit. It saneconom ical one. Sj Tired of yourcamera? Before you buy that guitar, suppose you find the fellow who has a guitar enjoying the same leisure your camera is. fl We Americans buy right and left as the impulse moves us, a little forethought and a want ad will get what you want, and good as new- nearly always ... Your 191 XGity Sidewalk and 1 - Past Due. and settle all, G By Order of the Board of L Kindly The Man with Money keeps , his money safe ii the c o VS3TT' Stir if' r 4 it It V i Mm I fl I f ... . 7r ' . .. t . LI t n't r-s lit. - -s-fi . i 1 All the regrets in the wo rid you Invest it foolishly in some for lose it you surely will. The one sure way to have your money is to put it in our Bank, wehere it is SAFE, and let itpile up. Then you and yours, who are entitled to it, will have it. Put YOUR money in OUR bank. lhX USMETO Ml BUY A Then LOAN BOND From Mi- SHEPHERD "Money Makes tfe Kare Go" and so does a Good Sat of Harness ' Have you seen the wonderful NewLines we are showing this Fall : HI L Taxes are now due. Paving Assessment call at City Hall; W. BROOKS, City Tax Collector Commissioners WsrV Thats why he S 'if i 1 ..." 5vr won't bring back your money If wildcat" scheme and LO?S it. f 1 b .A BAN LIBERTY FIRST ')'