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DENTIST Morey Building H0NE60 Dr. W. H. Vander linden DENTIST Phone 351 x f - Office over Duffs Holmes Building l II HI,! IHV V DR. H. L. KEITH (Successor to Dr. W. F. Nickel.) DENTIST. Office: Over Hunters Pharmacy. dr. e. a. McMillan - (Successor to Dr. W. T. Wallace J DENTIST Offlce: fiurckmyer Building, 4th Are, Phone 442. Hendersonvllla. N. C. ftttnTTTn hf fJOVEKNED -BY PKICES THEY PAY And ffot by Market Condition, Is Food Administration's Decree for TVhole salersl Washington, Oct. 27. Wholesalers' profits in war times, at least one non perishable foods,, should be governed by the prices they actually pay and not by prevailing market conditions, the food administration has decreed in special regulations which will .be put into effect November 1 with respect tn a number of commodities. The rule is one of many drawn for the guidance of the food dealers who will be placed under license next Thursday said a statement tonight by Food Administrator Hoover, and tne commodities affected include beef, pork, and mutton, syrups., and mo lasses, clean rice and rice nour. oieo- margarine, .lard ana iara . suubuluius, oleo oil, cooking fats, condensed miiK and various canned goods ana aneu No dealer in these commodities, the rule says, shall sell at more man a reasonable advance over the actual purchase prices of the particular goods sold, without regard to the market or replacement value at the time or sucn sale." Wholesale dealers in refined sugar are forbidden by a similar rule to sell "at an advance over the refiners list n-in o whizT Via rmrrllflSPfl Klldhl 1iiXG H J . ' sugar no greater than the normal mar gin charged by wholesale dealers in refined sugar in the same locality ror such margin as may hereafter be es tablished by the food administrator." With regard to perishable foods, the food administration announced today that it will make prompt and full ex amination of any localities in which in creases in price occur, and will deal individualy by administratice orders with dealers charging excessive prices. OUT OF THE GINGER JAK. "What are' you studying, Tommy?" "Gointer, chiefly," - "What's that, a new language?' "No, just f one gozinter two, two gozinter four, three gozinter six and so on. ; V - ;y; The bride and groom received con gratulations standing in the shadow of war existed tetween yermany hdu aarEe w'"6 . ..Cn tit the Brazil. The vote was US to 1. society reporter beU. JbutU" tribunes of the cnamDer were compositor unwuuugij v0 BRAZIL LATEST NATION TO ENTER GREAT WORLD WAR; Throws Down Gauntlet by Declaring State of War With Germany Exists. President liraz Given Authority. Rio Janerio, Oct. 26. The chamber of deputies today by an almost unan 4TT,a -ente. declared that u state of AJLUV v ww F DR. EHRINGHAUS Dentist PHONE) 57-J. Oflce over J. O. Williams. HENDERSONVILLE. N. a Even the Dogs go Mad about the Cash Prices I pay for all kinds of JUNK J. F. STEVENS Opp. Court House,Main Street HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. RUB OUT PAIN with good oil liniment. That's the surejfc way to stop them. The best rubbing liniment is a rn it I f (7Q cTP f WW (7!l jwillOl ILMWla i n n n nn n rTf L 11 liu u M e w o ONE DAT FOR THE ORPHANS. A stirring appeal is being circulated by the Publicity Committee of the North Carolina Orphan Association touching the usual Thanksgiving offer ing, by the charitably inclined people of the State, to the orphanage work. Two years age this appeal was issued for the first time and was repeated last year. Tne responses nave Deen most gratifying and the gifts this year should be even more helpful, for the needs of the orphange have never been so pressing as they are today. It is little wonder, therefore, that the Pub livity Committee has directed its ap peal to every; class and condition of our people. Tne liDerai response heretofore revealed the tender and practical sympathy which the people of the State felt towards the thousand of orphaned childern who are being trained for good citizenship in some one of the orphan homes. There are 16 orphan homes in the State and in order that more equipment and support may be provided fo reach of them the "one-day-for-the-orphans" movement was started, calling upon all of our people to add to the stream of regular contriubtions a special Thangs- giving offering equal to a day's in come? The cry of the orphan who can hear it unmoved? And whose heart does not thrill with joy at the thought of the sixteen orphanages in North Carolina housing many hundreds of dependent children and training them into individual efficiency and good citizenship?" The committee suggests that the at tention of pastors of churchss, Sunday school superintendents, mayors and other city officials, superintendents of county and city schools, county offi cials, lawyers, doctors, business and purofessional men, lodge officials", far mers, housewives, wage-earners, etc.. be directed to the appeal along with the suggestion that special committees be selected by church, lodge and com munity organizations for the purpose of bringing the matter to the attention of everybody. For, after all, it is per sonal work that is going to bring re sults. We hope the people here will be liberal in their gifts this Thanks giving. News. TAKES OFF DANDRUFF,' HAIR STOPS FALLING The filled to capacity. After a debate on "the opportunities of proclaiming mar tial law the president of the diplomatic commission spoke in favor of a law worded as follows: v State of War. "A state of war between Brazil and Germany is hereby acknowledged and proclaimed. The president of the re public is athorized to adopt the meas ures enunciated in his message of the 25th of October and to take all steps to ensure national defense and public seucrity." The virtually unanimous vote of the deputies was received with general ac clamation. President Braz has sanctioned the proclamation of a state of war with Germany. To Take Gunboat. According to the newspapers, tor pedo boat destroyers have received or truth. "Now, boss. I's ready ' to go any where dey wants to send me," said a dusky citizen in a Southern city on registration day, after performing his patriotic duty. "Boss, jes anywhere! But I ask jes' one thing and dat is don't put me in no cavalry." "Why do you draw the line on the cavalry?" ' ' "It's jes' like dis. When I'se told to retreat, I don't want to be bothered with no hoss." . ' a ' - There is a story in connection with a .certain paper which tells how it re ferred to two "learned gentlemen as "bibulous old flies," in stead of "bibli ophiles." Next morning the editor re ceived a very wratful protest. In his correction and apology, however, he said something: about "the learned gen ders to proceed to Bahia and take pos-, tiemen are ttfo fastidious." To the cocclon nf thf ETUnbOat 'jber. WhiCh fha nrlntor a train rH2 spssinn of the eunboat n.Der. wn hasjieen lying there for some time. 1VE1V POST OFFICE RULES. tinguished himself, and the statement appeared, "the learned gentlemen are two fast idiots." Postmasters all over the country Th Paeeland Journal tells of a have been supplied recently with a So th Carolina neero of military age new set of rules and it's earnestly re- who doesnt want to go to the war and he makes it known in the following language: "Dey may concrete me and make me go, but I sho ain't gonna vulcanize, to go." But a Marshville colored gent has the Pageland negro "skinned a mile" when it comes to Thetoric. Here's the way he puts it: "Dey say I am millinery age an' might as well go on, an' I'se gwine to take the white folk's word and valentine instead o' waitin to to be concreted an' let dese here skimption boards git hold o me." A camera man, working for the ed ucational department of a film com pany. met an old farmer coming out of a house in the, town where he .. was working, and explained his presence in these words: "I have just been taking some mov ing pictures of life out on your farm." "Did you catch any of my laborers in motion " asked the old man curi ously. , "Sure. T did." The farmer ; shook his head reflec tively, then said: "Science is a won ful thing." Johnny's Composition on Teeth. Teeth are funny things. They ain't there when you are borned and they if you want results. Read them care fully. "No letters given out until they ar rive. If you don't get a letter or pa per the day you expect it, insist on the postmaster looking through all the boxes and in the cellar, too. Your mail certainly is there somewhere, and the postmaster, just loves to hunt for it to please you. If your friends don't write to you rave at the postmaster, for he's to blame. If he tells you there's vs mail, tell him he's a liar; for you know more about it than he he does. He's doubtless hiding your mail for the pleasuer of having you ask for it. Ask him to look once more. If you are buying stamps make him lick 'em and put 'em on your let ters and parcels that's his business! that's What the government pays him for! When you drop your lettter in the mail box, fail to address it, or for get the stamp. The postmaster de lights in filling the delivery window with letters and post cards marked: "Held for delivery." Call and ask for your mail every two or three hours during the day and send the kids along between your calls. Turn all the touch buttons on the lock boxes, and be sure to drop the front of each box flood wacd. If you observe and follow out thP kbove rulea vou will fit the n there wnen you die. but they give are especially requested to !eaTe yrZV, th.!L"lS.ana key at home, because the postmaster . - "m . !i x MMirihlnf. A1CA Trt rfrt T M tk T I ' - -' mmj w wvsvbu 11H.S11 L KUL auj Cist uu to push your box open. 1 stand sauarelv in front of a dozen boxes until you have read all mail ; nobody wants any but you. your Good for the Ailments of Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc Good for your own A ches. Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains, o Cuts, Burns, Etc 25c 50c $1. At all Dealers. Machinery and Supplies Mill Flagrante Bello the War Raging. . (By Thos. J. Rickman.) Is it possible for us in the midst of the awfulness of what is going on all the world over to say, "After these things are all over, there will be many things in the hereafter, which will be delightful to remember;" Let us see if we can enumerate a few things which will be delightful to remember, should we be among the fortunte ones, who says his teeth are the ThPn too lonly ones ln ambiy that don't v u,a. -ram ma u o uctause lie wears his in his pocket most uv the time. The only teeth that don't never hurt is the top ones in a cow's mouth and they never bother her enny be cause she ain't got none there. IS BRITISH EDITOR DECLARES THAT WAR JUST BEGUX. Lwd Xorthcliffe Disconntenances Re Ports of "Weakening of Germany. Save your Hair! Get a small bottle of Danderine right now Also . stops itching scalp. Largest stock in Western Caro-i Una. Saws, Pulleys, Belting. Wire Rope, Pipe, Fittings, Ma chinist's Tools. Foundry and Machine work a specialty. Asheville Supply and . Foundry Co. . .Asheville, N. C. XOTS FOR SALE One opposite J. 0. Williams'; $650; two on Fourth ave ""nue, $790. See any real estate ' agent. Noah M. Hollowell, owner. 5-10-tfC 1 Draw? Zinc From Metals. a Jteigian engineer nas invented a tiew electric process for the extraction !of zinc. Raw materials to the extent jof about ten thousand toDS have been Secured to start the new zinc works at Brammen, Norway: and ores contain ing from 8 to 80 per, cent zinc, hither to considered worthless, will be gives Thin, brittle, colorless and "scraggy ihair is mute evidence of a neglected, scalp; of dandruff that awful scurf. There is nothing so destructive to the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair of its lustre, its strength and its very life; eventually producing, a feverish Hess and itdhing of the scalp, which if not remedied causes' the hair roots to shrink, loosen and die then the hair falls out fast. A littia Danderine to night now any time will surelv save your hair. Get a small bottle of Knowlton's Danderjne from any drug store. You surely can have beautiful hair and lote of it if you will just try a little Dan derine. Save your. hair! Trv it! Kansas City, Mo., Oct, 27. Discoun- tenancing recent reports of internal floating over our God-given earth. We,dlsr"Ptit11 Germany as signs of the are doing more for suffering humanity ' weakening : of that nation in the war, Viot over cinoo tVift cmn ViPP'fl n to l-iord Northcliffe.v distinguished British shine we are' building hospitals to .J?1.1?1! and Publisher, and head of the care for every wound'ed and bleeding Blah war commission, today told 200 soldier carried off the battle field. We.ors of seven of the middle wesetrn are sending the gentle sofe-handed states at a luncheon given here in his Tfart rrnaa nnrsA tr BVfiTv nook and .nonor that war had just beeun. corner. We send the Y. M. C. A. "J1 is impossible that this should be teacher with the message of glad tid- a sllort war, ' he declared. "There ings of great joy we are saving and are n facts which will form the basis conserving our wheat, corn, meats and foy sucn an opinion. The German all manner of food produces to the end reichstag, unlike our congress and that our soldiers, England's soldiers parliament, has little or no power save ndFrance's soldiers and all our neutral (that of the passage of a few appropri neighbors who behave themselves, may , ations. While it is possibly true that be fed. Will we not feel proud that one-third of the German population we humbled our spirits in our homes, !nas become sickened of . war, the ruling that we economized, that we saved, j iwu-imras are nrm in their conviction that our mind3. hearts and .ives were,tnat the war is being prosecuted sue so shaped and so carried on, as to show cessfully to a victorious culmination 'ere in sympathy with that spirit fr their government, which proclaimed the world for democ-1 . Lord Northcliff e asserted that Amer racy or self government the wide ican newspapers are presenting the world qver? inews of the war in an erroneous man Will not every reader of The Hustler ner- He said that the fact that some feel himself or herself interested as thing was wrong with Germany was never before since life began? This (being featured when as a matter of letter should be short and wTe ask that fact the only thing wrong with the na every one who reads it, over casually, j tion was the kaiser. He told of the will go back again and re-read it net Policy of his publications in England for the pake of the letter,, but for the ! which gave the same treatment to sake f the great cause for which it is j British losses as to Ber-lin and allied" intended to speak the liberty, peace, gailis. V . freedom safety and happiness of our!- entire world.' Some "one has said that .uvaiuuj. lArrtiH ASUS BLOHBERG . junk i mm:m. 28 Lexington Ave - " "New in the. business, :noti-iiew ' in Asheville. , . . '. ' : ', I will pay-. best cash prices for all kinds of old" Irbri, Brass, 1 Copper, Lead, Aluminum, -Rubber or Rags. ; Write for. price list or ship your Junk to me. Will give honest returns by mail. References: Battery Park "Bank, Central Bank & Trust Co. . Asheville, N. C. , ; r a good name is better rthan:agirdle of gold, so 'we : ask every reader to so think of him- or herself -and the; duties and "responsibilities, "as to leave behind that - good" name? ( ";:. .7 V- v . AXOTHER WAY OF FUJTIXG IT. if! nn I CO.' es "FWs Saving ml umiw 1 iiiiiiiniiiJl mm 1 3. '"'ii 14 - V-t Fuel is high here is a way to gain big fuel economy and a perfectly heated home. Why not save the gas half of the coal wasted by all other stoves, with the fuel saving We used to yt I SQUAKt DEAli OF HOOTER. Says Sacrlfice or Fanners by Fixing - Prke-of Wheat Js-Without Avail. Kansas City Journal. Topeka, Kas., Oct. 28. Declaring that $50,)00,000 was taken out of the ; pockets of the Kansas fanners in twen- Makfng the world safe, for democ- ty-four hours when the government racy is a-good- . sentiment, -.but i-ora uu me pne 01 rue wneat crop, Northcliffe .brings it- a little closer Governor Capper in a letter to Food home to us when he declares that the Administrator Hoover, made public to United States is in the war to make day, asserts that "the sacrifice appar the world safe for the United States, j ently haa been made in vain, because the millers, the bakers ' and retailers ' have not reduced their prices accord ingly and they show no disposition to "The farmer," the letter continues 'TTTt1-, c ill 3 J 1 otui 10 yaymg as uiuuii or more for his flour and everything he buys i3 losing confidence in the power of the government to enforce a square. IdeaL There can' be no defens'e of a- system that takes a profit away frpnx.the pro croducer "throueh'eoverTiTnpTit. rmthn-r- ityand yei fails' to give the consumer We buy, exchange sell second hand f urhiture r Ghas. Rozzelle TL Maxwell's real greatness is on the Inside the mechanical parts you can't see." But the wonderful new 1918 Maxwell has Just been delivered to us. Now we're changed our tone. Today we sayi The Maxwell Is great Inside and out great in EVERY POSSIBLE way." Always the most efScient most econom ical light car built, the Maxwell now has: - A 6-inch longer wheel base, making it larger and roomier. Heavier and 'more rigid frames 6 inches, instead of 3 inches deep and yet is 50 pounds lighter Compensating nndanlnng rear springs the last word in spring suspension at any price. A sloped windshisld- style of body equal to the highest priced cars Friends, the 1918 Maxwell is the best look ' ing, best built car for the money we ever saw! Touring Car $743 Roadtr$74St Coapm$tOS5t BerBnm $10S5t Sedan $1095. AUpric f. o. b. Detroit HendersonviUe Buggy and Wagon Company I t i L!2 J,? PoIl8hi made for every use. For Black Shoes, v TsC xac,5TPastej and "2 in 1 Black ( liquid): for Whit SK-. i wl 2 m 1 White I .inn J" i: fTl ci and 2 m 1 Tan Combination (paste and liquid). F. F. DALLEY CO. of New York. Inc. Buffalo, N.Y mbination" ( paste ana fr-rr and , x a f 1 cj ' " " ' " Brm$ jQiiicfc: Result I i 1 ieciai attention. - y the "benefit of that saving.'," "