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! j i j1 M.I - i r t , i I Draw the past few months we have been fortunate in -finding Ready Purchasers & for over $125,000.00 of Hendersdnville and Henderson bounty Real Estate ' A greater part of this has been sold to outside parties bringing new money into the county. Already considerable development has resulted and much more will follow from these operations. We are happy to say that our clients were completely satisfied with the manner in which we transact ed thes- operations so much so that we are expecting other deals to follow.. We are continually getting rZ huvineLs through the good will of satisfied customers. Let us add YOU to our list ! If whaTyou want isL WE HAVE IT and we believe that WHAT YOU WANT IS HERE ! Our Insurance Eienartmm, Has enjoyed the biggest increase of any year since its establishment and we wish you to remember that we represent the strongest companies in the world including several of the first established in the United States. We know what we are doing when we write your business. If you are in the market for a Home, City, Suburban or Country, we have it! We vill take pleasure in handling your business in any of our lines and we are prepared to give it careful attention. We have one or two good propositions in business properties. Real Estate Renting Insurance EWjBANK, EWBANK & COMPANY mmZ " " ' " 11 " ' ' "" . j ' "r" .in.. .,,,., . 1 ' L 7" 1 . 1 PRAMOUJfT DUTY OF AXEBI. CASS IS LOYAL OBEDIENCE. So Declares Cardinal Gibbons in Ser . mon on "Loyalty to Country." Peo : pie Should be Slow to Criticize. .'Baltimore. October 28. "The para mount duty of American citizens in the present crisis is a hearty and loyal obedience to the constituted authori ties," declared Cardinal Gibbons in a sermon on "Loyalty to Country," which he delivered in the cathedral here to--jday. "Be slow to criticize," the cardinal continued, "kemembcr that you view "the situation from one angle; your xuleii contemplate it irom various angles. Theyhave lights and sources of information that are closed to you. lYour judgement ol the administration and your criticism of their official acts should be always subordinated to a generous and F0DD FLEDGE QA3IPAIGX Raleigh, N. C, Oct. 29. Food Pledge Campaign week in North Carolina was ushered in under most favorable cir cumstances Saturday, the first day be ing observed as Food Information and Registration Day. Reports from many counties of the State show that enthu siastic meetings wrere held at the. school houses and that thousands o housewives took the first opportunity offered to pledge their co-operation for service at home to win the war. The State has been thoroughly or ganized for this campaign and those JT. T. BY CITY FOOD C0STR0LER. POTATO PRICES CUT LX HALF IX New York.. Oct. 26. New York's "war potatoes" were placed on public sale today at a maximum cost of 3 cents a pound. The price is from 33 to 100 per cent lower than the public has been forced to pay since the Unite dStates entered the war.. It is expected that 300 car loads, will be released here soon. The price allows the retailer a profit of $1.50 a barrel. The potato sale is but one of the many plans announced today by Ar thur Williams, newly appointed food u are acquainted with the extent of "s ue- (iermiiiauon iq. save ne nousewue irom His plan SUGAR TRLiniDiGS. soda fountain and ice- organization and preparations declare Prices and Profiteering. that not only will the results of the- campaign be far-reaching insofar as ' Pledges by housewives to follow 1 J . A. 1 . the saving and substitution of food- LOOa aammistrauon ruies in. iooa con stufTs are concerned, but that a more . servation.. wholesoled submission , intimate sympathy upon the part of the AWO meauess ana lwo wneauess i. It is theirs to com- I people generally will be established, t daf week- each individual being shown by facts -"J auuuuueemeuu ot uur xeiaii and figures that the services that my j Prices of staples, thereby keeping the be rendered by them at home are just j retailer in line. as important as the servir.e that will ine nxmg at. vvasningum ot wnoie- to their rulings mand; it is yours to obey. Honorable Course. "And in manifesting your loyalty to your country, you will be pursuing a sacred and honorable course, and you iWill be following the invariable tradi tions of 'your fathers from the founda ttion of the republic. "I thank God tliat we live in a coun try where liberty is granted without Jicense and authority is exercised with out despotism, where the government holds over us the aegis or its protec tion without interfering with the God given rights of conscience. "The United States has succeeded in solving the difficult problem of recon be rendered bv the soldipra in tho front sale prices for 21 basic foods; encour ranks. 'agement to bakers to use 30 per cent of "The service asked of the people at jcorn n their bread instead af wheat, home is so simDle and so'easv stated Co-operation of the public in guard- Cross off cream treats. Reduce candy consumption, 'jilat peanut brittle made from molasses and peanuts. oOo Omit icing, from cakes and fancy breads. , Use fruit and nuts, candied honey or maple sugar for cake fillings. oOo S'weeten fruit drinks with honey or corn syrup. oOa If you must sweeten breakfast ce reals, try ngs dates,, raisins, syrup or a light sprinkling of maple sugar. oOo Third Grade Lester Freeman,. Ever ett Freeman, Otis Freeman. Berry Laughter, John Freeman. Fifth Grade Cassie McKillip, Ethel Merrell. Bertha Freeman. Sixth Grades Zula Brown, Fair Mc Killip, Annie Laughter, Vernie Nix. Seventh Grade Lizzie Maxwell, Enla Maxwell,, Dollie Freeman, Lula Merrell. 'Eunice Laughter, Grady Maxwell. AMATEURS ENTERTAIN AT FRUITLAND INSTITUTE. Large Audience Witness Delightful Af fair Given by Students of Fruitland. The entertainment given by the young men's literary societies of Fruitland Institute last Friday night, October 26th was a spltndid success. i Thf vminc rrmn thnnorh nnlir Use. honey, corn syrup, dark syrup teurs showed real abilitv and intpm. tauon. j.iie numbers 1Y A T ADS WANTED to Rent Beautifully furnish, efl cottage to party of refinement for board for one person. Apply "M" care of Hustler. - -' ll-l-3tp FOR RENT Country home near Hen. dersonville. furnished or unfurnish ed. Rent free to party who will act as caretaker. Also if desired 18 acres of plow land. A good offer to honest family. Address Lock Box 227, Hendersonville N. C. ll-l-3tc Mr. Page to your correspondent, "that our people have been slow to realize just how vital and necessary ,lt is. Tne co-operation we ask of the housewife and the consumer of food will help to win the war and to .win it quicker and with a smaller loss of lifn. Sure ly our government, our soldiers and the mothers of tnese soldiers, have a ing against waste and use of foodstuffs. uneconomical GERM AND S DEMAND BEEF ON TUESDAYS. . San Francisco, Oct. 26. That large numbers of Germans here have organ ized to defeat food conservation by de- ciling legitimate authority with indi- Tight to demand and expect the fullest manding beef on beef less Tuesdays . , . . , , . -, ,1, Tas charcred bv John Tait. the food ad- Tidual freedom. We have no union b church and state. But thi.; does not imply any antagonism be tween tb,e two powers. Church and state amicably move in parallel lines, helping one another in their respec tive field of labor. Abiding Faith, "The question is often asked: Will the republic endure I have a firm and an abiding faith in the perpetuality of the nation. She has successfully weathered many a tumultuous tempest t nthe past, and with God's help, she will triumphantly ride over the storm that now assail her. "But if our country with he glori ous institnlons is to survive, her sur vival must rest on a stronger basis thin on the genius of our statesmen, ' tho wisdom of our laws, and the pa triotism of our people. If she is to er mre. she must stand on the eternal and most r.hperful co-operation esneo-tas charged by John Tait, the food ad ially when one remembers that the ministration's representative for, local course we ask all housewives to pursue Is the wise course from the standpoint of economy and health." The pledge card whicn each hDuse wife in the State is asked to sign this week is simple, imposing no onerous or impossible obligation upon tho sign er. It reads as follows: "To the Food Administrator: "I am glad to join you In the ser vice of food conseration for our nation and I hereby accept membership m the United States Food Administration, pledging myself to carry out the direc tions and advice of the Food Adminis tration in my home, in so far a myj circumstances permit. i rsame restaurant men. is being investigated today by the Government. Tait says the Germans threaten to take their patronage to other restau rants and have succeeded in frighten ing some small eating houses into dis continuing the Government pledge. BALFOUR HONOR ROLL. or maple syrup with hot cakes and in bread and muffins. oQq Try cakes that call for honey or syrup instead of sugar. oOo Tide over the sugar shortage by using now your jellies, jams, preserves and. fruits canned with sugar. ClOq Replace white sugar candies. with syrup candies, or sweets made from fisy dates, and raisins combined with nuts. aOo For desert serve a fruit salad or fruit omelet; cream cheese with honey or fine preserves; fruit desserts with: honey or just enough white sugar to. bring out the fruit flavor. Cla- First -Grade William Dill. Second Grade Fannie Johnson ra Edwards, Irene Odam. Third Grade Brook Drake, Olive Odam, James Dunlap. ffonrth Grade Ruth Maneer. Naomie Johnsom. '" 'J'wi' . Fifth GradeGladys King, May -Street or R. F. D. No Pitillo. "City State 1 Sixth Grade Athall Edwards. Ever- There are no fees or dues to be ett Israel, Emma Dunlap, Fearl Whit- priaciples of truth and justice on the paid. The Food Administration wishes aker, Edna Gantt, e" T i principles of truth and justice an l righteousness. She must rest on a f-"TOut recognition of an over-ruline to. have ail of those actually handling foo in the home." The home instruction card, which Providence who has created all things contains in a nut-shell the suggestions . , . j 1 T- A 1 5 A. by Tils rower governs all things by.anci aavice or tne.uoa Aammistrauo a, Ftf$ wisdom, whose guiding Hand di- iith a clear and succinct explanation Tp?t;si tho nffsirs of nations snd of men 'of the "wherefore" will be presented without whom not even a bird can fall to every housevnfe, even to those .who to thf jrround. Our hope for the fu- do not sign the pledge cards. Those ture welfare of the country must rest who do sign the pledge cards will be on downright honesty in our dealings entitled to receive also a membership . irith other nations," card in the Food Administration. Seventh Grade Vera Dixon, Eliza beth Israel, Kathleen King. Ninth Grade Ruby Edwards, Irene Spence. For a "Weak Stomach. As a general rule all you need to do is to adopt a diet suited to your age and occupation to keep your bowels regular. When you feel you have eaten too much and when constipated, take one of Charmberlain's Tablets. The Man Who Stuck to the Plow The average citizen of the United tates this year owes at least a thought of appreciation to the farm hand who stood by his rake and his plow and refused the lure of 'higher wages in the cities and larger towns. There was surely something besides selfish ness in the motives that caused these men to work in many cases from 12 to 14 hours for a wage of $3 a dav. when unskilled labor was bringing $5 for an eight-hour day within 12 hours' ride from 'the average eastern farm. Not only have the .farm hands- helped to sow and cultivate, but -thousands of them are still at work on the soil, gath ering In a record harvest. 'One seldom hears of strikes among farm hands, yet few labprers work sq long and so en ergetically as do they.: The Christian Science Monitor. given were Bumbles Courtship" from Dicken's Oliver -Twist; "Pyramus and Thisby," the farce taken from Shakespeare's "Mid Summer Nights Dream," and "Efficiency" a modern play in one act. -The success of the occasion was greatly due to the thorough training iven oy iviiss xnompson of the Expres sion deparement with the Shakespear ian scholar and actor Ben Greet. The next public function to be given at Fruitland will be the annual Thanksgiving program given bv the young ladies of the Philoponocean Lit erary society. The young ladies are under special training now and are ex pected to give a good dramatic frm bnaKespeare's "Comedy of 'xSrrar P. 0. Stuchell Tells How She Cured Her Son of a Cold. "When my son Ellis was sick with a cold last winter I gave him Cham berlain's Cough Remedy. It helped him at once and quickly broke up his cold," writes Mrs. P. O. Stuchell, Ho- mer City, Pa. This remedy has been in use for many years. Its good qual ities have been fully proven by many thousands vof people. It is pleasant and safe to take. NURSE A BELL WOOD. T"l to 1 f ciassiiie d page a drag net LIBERTY SCHOOL HONOR ROLL. The following is the honor roll of Liberty school, for week ending Octo ber 26th, 1917? First Grade Jane Rhodes, Glennie McKillip Dorothy Merrell, Ruth Free man, Raleigh Maxwell, Clyde Nix, Ar nold Freeman, j Second Gdade Olive Rhodes,' Leata Rhodes, Velma McKillip, Dorothy Nix Elsi Barnwell, Freno Maxwell Walter freeman. - . .. ; Miss Francis M Willis, fnrmprlv f Virginia ,has accepted ,the position of head n- rse at Bell wood, formprlv rr Morse's Sanatorium, now being con ducted as a home for tubercular pa tients by Mrs. Belle T. Dick, of Ken tucky. . t ' Bellwood is enjoying an unusual prosperous season All the rooms at this well known sanatorium have been engaged by patients after November 10. Miss Dick has had considerable experience in taking care of patients of tubercular troubles and ham herself an enviable reputation as a ma ron of exceptional qualities. MODERN FIXTURES FOR PATTEROtfS jfEW STORE. Over a Car Load of Furniture and Fix. tares Has Been Received. That H. Patterson will have one of tpe most up to date as well as modern department stores in the South is clearly shown .in the magnificent fix- oGS Vv6 already 'been received ind will be installed just as soon as the carpenters are finished with" ihe This building was built : expressly for H. Patterson -the local merchant who expects to move his mammoth stock of merchandise into the new store! wUh in the next two: months, W ih throws out for your lost articles. JOut of many hun dreds of these ads an nually printed, scarcely ten per cent of the finders claim-rewards. fThere are many honest people in the wbrfd. t mourn yrair loss t3t3 you Wto rtd the one test chance for its recovery 'vjiii'irs.' 321311 A Missouri Rule of Conduct. So live that your former sweethearts will point- you out to their husband? as the man thej might have married, -KoB6a3 ttY Stas- v V'