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IV 0. V TIIAXGSGIVING MEETING.
Attention is called to the fact that Woodmen ot the World wilp have a Thanksgiving service at the Woodmen H ill on Thursday night, when a large tendance of Woodman, Is desired. ANOTHER FALSE RUMOR. The Citizens National bank adver tisement this week sets at rest an other rumor which; has doubtless started by some person who had more tongue than brain capacity. For a Weak Stomach. As a general rule all you heed to do is to adopt a diet suited to your age -md occupation to keep your bowels regular. When you tfeel that you have therefore would rather give r.way for oaten too much and when constipated, . the mere asking six fine, little -fellows tre one of Chamberlain Tablets. than kill them.. Who wants a kitten? FOR QUICK RESULTS USE , HUST- All hats at half tirfcee at La Vogue, LER WANT ADS. ... Frfiday and Saturday, UNION CHURCH SERVICES. , Tho second of the union church sei vices by the protestant churches of Hendersonvilie were held "at tha Meth odist church Sunday night. , Rev. T. t Elly-son Simpson of the Presbyterian ; church occupied the" pulpit. These, ' services were not as well attended as I those on the previous Sunday night at I tne Presbyterian church. Union services are held for the pur pose of conserving fuel. CATS, CATS, CATS. While C. S. Fullbright believes in meat conservation he doesnt believe in feeding too many kittens neither does he relish kitten meat as a viand, i r i 3 j i 3 is i Sacked' hulls mean convenience amr economy fJUTTING Buckeye Hulls in sacks is just one of the I important little things that have been done to make this roughage an improvement over the old style. This makes TRADE MARK 529 COTTONSEED R 5 ft 1 1 LiNTLESS . French Broad Hustler Published Every Thursday by Mutual Printing Ccaipany. , Entered at the Postoffice at Hendersonvilie as Second class matter. . Gordon F. Garlington, , Manager. Jfoah 3L Hollowell, Editor. Subscription Rates One Year $1.00 Six Months.. .50. Three Months .25 . All subscriptions payable in advance and discontinued upon expiration after notification. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1917. . ..-..- in a house, or if he (or she) lis paying"! : - . i interest on any form of indebtedness, t Often these exemptions will cancel the amount of the war tax entirely. But all those subject to pay will be requir ed to "come across' for the boys at the front must be supplied with food. clothing and munitions of war. We who stay at home must pay the bills and no one should do his part grudg- mgiy,. xt is now our war ana every, citizen is expected to help win iL To lose would be suicidal to this country and all civilization. .Every citizen is just as much a part of this ,war as the boys who are today on the firing .line in France. Let us play the part !of patriotic Americans by doing part in the conflict cheerfully. We can be pa triots only by doing our duties when duty calls. ASH E V I L L E B li S I NE S S D J R E C T O R Y Use it to Plan Tour Shopping Trip, r for Mail Inaniries.: The Ftai listed Trill Serve Yon Well . , ADVERTISING. BOOKLETS Designed and written. 63 American Bank building. Gill WEEKLY Newspapers. Western North Carolina -Territory. Rates? . . Gill. AUTOMOBILES. BOTH" SEXES PAY INCOME TAX. CHEVROLET Distributors. Livery & Auto Service. Chambers & Weaver Co. CASH Talks. Used Cars. Every Make. Overland Asheville Sales Co. ( SKILLED LABORERS WANTED. The new war revenue tax is levied The Ordnance Department of the on "persons" and not exclusively on j United States government has asked men, and our newly enfranchised andltQe State Department of Labor and Printing to secure a list of the availa ble workmen of North Carolina in the near-enfranchised sisters of the "suff" persuasion (as well as other women) Can find early opportunity to embrace "taxation" WITH "representation," in stead of without it as some of the more militant of them have been harping on in their general bill of com plaint for these many years. "The women are largely- taking the places which men, who are called to the 'front,' formerly held" and draw ing fine salaries in many instances. following lines: machinists toolmak ers, turret lathe operators, drop forg ers, pipe fitters, blacksmiths and elec tricians, for employment by the gov ernment at various points throughout the country' and adds: "This Depart ment will then arrange, if possible, for the employment of applicants who ! must comply with the Civil Service re quirements. The, wages paid will be attractive C!r fho-u- v:ll tinw Imvo nrsnnrtvn'tv : . 4, . andthe hours of labor short, namely, in nnrrt Tvomt n r in Tip I. Jinn S rAnP.P. ' iv ..v. - ".f iJ . . , j rru, ,1 J Clival iiours per auy. Aiiube uraiiuus and settle a little account with Unci? Sam in teat little master of incomo tax ;cf entering thi. employment should ! communicate easier to handle when putting them in the barn and easier to meas ure out when mising feed. It keeps them clean and makes your help think of them as forage not as bedding. Even though sacked, Buckeye Hulls , sell for much less than loose old style hulls. It costs us money to sack them but we believe that anything that will help you use this product to best advantage is worth the expense. " Other Advantages No trash or dust. They mix well with other food. They take less space in the barn. Every pound goes farther. ' similation of food. Kimbraugh Bros., Indiancla, Miss., say: "We are using Buckeye Hulls end are very much pleased with them. We think they are superior to old style hulls." To secure the best results and to develop the ensilage odor, tcet t Ae halts thoroughly twelve hours before feeding. It is easy to do this by welling Ihem down night and morning for the next feeding. If at any time this cannot ba dene," wet down at least thirty minutes. If ycu prefer to feed the Lulls dry, use only Acfas much by bul's as of o!d stjls Irciis. Buckeye Hulls are free of lint which has no food value. 2000 pounds of real roughage to the ton not 1500. Buckeye Hulls allow better as- the fact to the Depart ment of Labor and Printing,. Raleigh, K. C. giving name and address, age, All .information will be forwarded to the j proper authorities at Washington. ; This effort on the part "of the Com iinissioner of Labor and Printing may especially "just liko a man." And thousands of them Avill do so gladly pr,-l nntr'ntipa.ilv ririrl fppl nrniul to be " , , , , nationality, trade and experience here are a few lines that may prove helpful: If your salary is 'twenty-five dollars o -v-nolr vaii . tirn ovpnt fnim tnv.itiDTi ' . .i be the means, of placing many rsorth under the new war revenue law if A , . . , . ., . 'Carolina wage-earners m desirable .......,. -o... positions for an indefinite period, and nuuuy, or 11. juu .. .i,.: n.. old batch," or an ' oid L. J .... . tnis emergency, it is important mat me I Government shall have the cooperation ' of every agency throughout the country in securing the large number of men ; urgently needed to handle the public work at different points promptly and single, an iGO; of Mixed Feeds Free PIvm fhf rirrhf- fcrmula fcr everv cob:natica oi leeas usea in tne South. Tells how much to feed for rhr.intenarc r miilr, for fat tening, for work using them properly Describes xjuo eve I -lulls cud r" vs directions :ot Send for ycur copy to the nc rest mill. ''"nnfa ' Birmingham Grezr.iv-ood Augusta Coii'on OH Co. Li':ti3 Rock Cher loiis Dept. K Mcr-iphis Saima (Efficiently. Of course, the North Caroli na Department of labor will cooperate maid," of whatever years, you will pay income tax of two per, cent to Uncle Sam on all over $1,000 per year you receive your NET income from all i sources. The married person is in the same boat with you, except the $300 per annum exemption over $l,000f or $300 per year, which is the total per year of the $25 a week referred to. . Uncle Sa mis apt to be interested in ) getting what is coming to him. Soon, ; Tne spirit of loyalty exhibited by (certainly before the first of March), lac women of America in those peril- you should appear at the office of tho ous mes wen serve as an inspiration Internal Revenue Collector in your ; to men at j,ome ana soldiers on the district and make out a schedule. I field. With loved ones at the front the LA FOLLETTE HIT HARD. Many collectors and deputies arc getting on the job already, a" d they are out for the "ceis" whicli they are hound to collect. Exemption-:, to which. rry taxpayer is entitled wi"l le exnlamed to liiin. Thesp will f.c:ve xi eood deal in the j deduction f.o offset excels in income if a perron owns real estate, an equity BIG Line Used Cars.; Cash or Credit. OK AUTO CO. CAFES. MUSICAL DfSTKUKEEIfTS. FALK MUSIC HOUSiS. 76 Patton ATSi - M 1 .r PHONE 205. . . MEN'S & BOYS FUENISnUiGS. .J. W. NEELY & CO., for Stela Bloch Smath Clothes. HOMEAIADE CANDIES, Restaurant. Soda. Club Cafe & Candy Kitchen. IXEPAEZTMENT STOBES. IT. REDWOOD & CO. ClQthes; Shoes; Hats; Underwear, etc., for Everybody; Dry Goods; Rugs; Butterick Patterns. FUBIflTUBE. OFFICE SUPPIl JES. OFFICE SUPPLY CO. Tyjewrlicnt Adding Machines. Safes. 91 fatten AYfif : ' n. - OPTOMETBIST & OPTICUS. , : : ; i : CORREST Glasses. 52 Patton Ave. (Henderson's Jewelry Store) D&V DENISON. , ' PHOTOGBAPHEBS. When you see a Furniture Ad think of GREEN BROTHERS. I GENERAL MECHANICS. WRITE or See McRary your Truck Body. & Son for HAEDWABE. BUILDER'S Hardware a Specialty. Northup-McDuffie Hardware Co. HIGGASON STUDIOS. 60 1-2 Pattca Ave. Opp. Post . office. - Artistic Portraiture. '- '"I , - PELTON STUDIOS. Pack Square.-High-grade Portraiture and Commec cial Photography. PEINJING. PRINTING, Bookbinding. Loose Leat Binders. HACKNEY & MOALE CO. PIANOS TUNED. REPAIRED, Expert lATork. all Guaran teed. Elks Building. Williams & Huffman. HEAL ESTATE. JEWELERS. THE House of Gifts. 52 Patton Ave. Chas. E. Henderson. GLASSES Fitted. Expert Watch Re pairing, 15 Church. H. M. Frost. J. E. CARPENTER. Jeweler. Watch Repairing Specialty. 16 N Pack Square .KODAK FINISHING. EXPERT Work. Eastman Agency. Mail Orders Solicited. Brown Book Co. KODAK SUPPLIES KODAK Developing, Printing. Mail rders. Amatuer Supplies. Robinson Photo Store. LAUNDBIES. ASHEVILLE Realty Investment. American Bank Building. . Henry T. Sharp Ox W. T. Rowland & Co. Be Done." Farms. "It Can IF interested in Asheville Real EatatSb Talk to JOHN ACE3. REAL Estate, Insurance. 18 S PacS Square. Phone 1346. LORICK CO REAL Estate Broker. See JAMES 7 BEHEN, 11 1-2 Church St. SEEDS. STRICKER SEED CO.. Wholesale and Retail Seed Merchants. Poultry Supplies. SPORTING GOODS The NICHOLS Way for Laundry Satis faction. Asheville Steam Laundry. LOAN OFFICES. TIRE EEPAIBS. SEND Us your Tires and Tubes. Asheville Steam Vulcanizing Co. DRUG STOBES. MEET Your Friends Here. 43 Patton Avenue. Paramount Drue: Co. AFTER THE GOLD WALK HOME The glowing comfort dispensed by the Perfection Oil Heater is mighty welcome. It lights instantly, warms any ordinary room in no time and is easily carried wherever it is needed. Invaluable for the between seasons cf fall and spring and for providing extra comfort in very cold weather. Now used in over 3,000,000 homes. For best results use Aladdin Security Oil. CTAMnARl) OIL COMPANY (New Jersey) w..HnrtAn.n.r.. BALTIMORE Charlotte. N.C. Norfolk. Va. Richmond. Va MD. Charleston, VV. Va. Charleston, S. C. It PEREpSTlON JB Mi J.:.i' flit? w n A-i Ate',- s'; mmmmmmmmmm women of this country have no pr, tipnon with alackers and traitors. Tho3 want men rather than woaklinss in po sitions of trust, men loyal to tho Cov rnracntcrd w!o v.-iil encour? se others to fight if thev c;mi:ot fight themselves The. loyal spirit 'of the true Amsrican woman Ftands out boldly in the follow in.T extract from an open letter to Sen ator LaFollctte. written by a Wisconsin mother who became impatient with his conduct as a public servant: "I have a son enlisted in this war, jmy neighbors have sons enlisted' m this war and the words you are speak- jing increases the. hazard of their lives. Could you but see yourself, Senator, as I you are seen by your former friends, : could you but feel the shame and sense of tragedy they feel when they hear cowards, slackers and traitors acclaim ' ing you , their champion and spokes man. To hear your name whispered on the street corners with hated breath I by suspected enemies of the nation re- i calls the fate of the infamous Catahne of Rome and that of our own traitor, Benedict Arnold." ' Duty may be the most beautiful word in the English language, but the name of that Wisconsin mother deserves to stand along side of it. And she has uttered the sentiment entertained by 'millions of American mothers through out the 'land. The dilatory tactics of LaFollette and his kind during the last session of Congress have become a stench in the nostrils of all decent men and women from one end of the coun try to the other. But while it brands them slackers and traitors, it has cost millions of men their lives and neces sitated the spending of billions of dol lars that, might have been saved. Senseless filibustering by men of the LaFollette stripe rendered the Coun try helpless for months to defend itself against German aggressions and it is little wonder that former friends are deserting these men like rats flee from a sinking ship. But the masks have been removed and their days are num bered. ' FINKELSTEIN'S LOAN OFFICE.-Jew-elry, Trunks, Leather Goods. 23 Bilt more Ave. -J ! ' :i 1 Did Y on Know That 3 VGr. Has Cantilever Springs Easiest Riding Light Car Built. Ask for Demonstration See Dr. A. C. Tebeao Today w rTOwrr, r,.:,r:' : 1 .., , , ; i 7 " " l , , PLAY AT EALFOUB. Students of the Balfour school, with a little outside assistance, will give a play on next Friday night entitled, "Farmer Raskins," which promises to b- interesting. - Exercises by children will he ren dered (luring the ca-Ty part of Vn night. The play is for.the. benoft of SChOOl. BELLWOOD A Refined Home for Tubercu!ar Patients Hendersonyille. N. C. " Spacious, well kept grounds and gardens. Private dairy, sleep ing porches, rooms single or ensuite. Graduate nurse in attend ance. Excellent table. All Moder- conveniences, including bell and tray service. Sanitary precautic -3 taken. Rates from $12.50 to $20.00 per week.. For futher partr '.lars apply to MRS. BELLE 1 . DICK Hendersonvilie, N. C. Box 646 , f US1 For Safety and Convenience We have an assortment jot many A sizes and shapes lieitdersoiiV'iHe Light 1 ' Power Company mm mm Can vou write? Join the contest .and send in a letter. i