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Mrs J- R- Chamberlain, chairman ' of the Wake county women's commit-: of the Council of National Defense. speaking to the young women of, Meredith college the other day urgea Var supply to accept' less ,buy less 5 eat less fancy candy. , She also !?ed them to cut down on the quantf of sweet things in general: The talk at Meredith wa sthe first of several that will be made by Mrs. Chamberlain at the collegs. , ;- - GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS" TO CONSTIPATED CHILD oelicious "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. TVhen 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 - Syrup o Figs," and in a few hours all the foul, constipated waste, undigested food and sour bile gently moves out of its little bowels without griping, and you havo a well, playful child again. Ask vour druggist for a 50-cent bottlo of "'California Syrup of Figs," which con tains Tull directions for babies, chil dren cf all ages and for grown-ups. COULD 8IARDL STAND ALONE Terrible Suffering Froia H&idaclie, Sideache, Backache, and Weak ness, Relieved by Cardui, Says This Texas Lady. Gonzales, Tex. Mrs. Minnie Phil pot, of this place, writes: "Five years ago I was taken with a pain in my left side. It was right under my left rib. It would commence with, an aching and extend up Into my left shoulder and on down into my back. By that time the pain would be bo severe I would have to take to bed, and suffered usually about three days . . .1 suffered this way for three years, and got to be a mere skeleton and was so weak I could hardly stand alone. Was not able to go anywhere and had to let my house work go... I suffered awful with a pain in my back and I had the headache all the time. I just was unable to do a thing. My life was a misery, my stomach got in an awful condition, caused from taking bo much medicine. I suffered bo much pain. I had just about given up all hopes of our getting anything to help me. One day a Birthday Almanac was thrown, in my yard. After reading its testimonials I decided to try Car dui, and am so thankful that I did, for I began to improve when on the second bottle... I am now a well woman and feeling fine and the cure has been permanent for it has been two years since my awful bad health. I will always praise and recommend Cardui." Try Cardui today. E 73 RUB OUT PAIN 4 with good oil liniment. That's the suredc way to stop them. The best rubbing liniment ' is j bd on ;fj ti 13 nil II t'J lu 1 nrnnnnrarn era II llJ U M Lb UJ Good for the Ailments of Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc Qoodfor your own Aches, Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains, Cuts, 15 urns, c.tc 50c $1. At all Dealers. Certain Cure for Croup. Mrs. Rose Middleton. of Greenville, Hi-, has had experience In the treat ment of this disease. She says, "When my children were small my son had croup frequently. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy always broke up these attacks immediately, and I was never yithout it in the hoUse. I have taken it myself for coughs and colds with Sood results." CREAM FOR CATARRH OPENS UP NOSTRILS Tells How To Get QuicV Relief from Head-Colds. Wg Splendid! In one minuto your , clceu nostril: will open, the air passages of your hazC "ill cloar and you can breathe frcclv, rNo Ere hawlrir?-, f.roin!, blcwir i":r:.acl;e, dryntv.:. Ko struggling fci tic-1; your cold or catarrl: rone. ill h ott..c ci X .' .;. 1 f ;;. ' "i your Bontri!'. I: y ;' i - -. - r. . - J ------ - C-i . I V . ' J"v. -' Don't' stay sii;i:V .- a co"l ov uij catarrh Xlcik ; go quickly. . Something to sell means . something that should be advertised in the Hust Legal NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE OF .- SALE. - " ' v 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 Gum, on the 1st day of February 19i6. 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 made, therefore the undersigned will sell at the Court House 1 door of Henderson county in Hendersonviile North Carolina, at 12 o'clock noon on the 19th da yof Nov ember, 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, the1 following described piece or parcel of land sitauted, lying and being in the city of Hondersonville, Hendersonviile township, Henderson County, Ndrth Carolina, Henderson fully described as follows: Lot No. 5 of the Smith-Jordan Land 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 1-2 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. , Being the same land conveyed by Florence Jordan to W. M. Guill by deed dated October 2nd, 1915 and re corded in Book 91 at page 228 of the Records of Deeds for Henderson County. . This the 18th day of October, 1917. P. F. PATTON, Trustee. W. Marshall Bridges. Attorney. 10,25-4tc xiyuvx,Jfc iUa-HJ JbUlUlli REFUND MONEY FOR SUGAR, The first illustration of the manner in whirh th Fnod AriministratinTi in - tends to enforce Government regula tions in. Georgia was given Tuesday when an Atlanta grocer who had sold sugar Saturday night at 20 cents a , ternoon session the United Daughters pound signed an agreement to refund ! of the Confederacy authorized the cre tn m, at that nrip. n i ation of a general committee of war cents a pound. At the same- time he I pledged himself to abide by the rules and regulations of the Administration henceforth. - SOUTH ABLE TO FEED HER OWN STOCK AND TO SPARE. Washington, November 15. The South is in a position this year not only to feed her own live stock but to stuffs to other less favored sections of the United States. In addition to cottonseed meal, peanuts and peanut meal, Southern States east of the Mis sisippi River have a surplus of velvet , Pg board has approved the building beans estimated at million and a half of 24,000 tons of unsmkable ships by tons. The velvet bean, which is rel- : he French government and the Lni atively a new crop in the United ted States. The non-sinkable ships, States, can be. gjiown successfully invented by a French man, are said about as far north as the northern : 'o have withstood attacks in a test limit of the cotton belt. It is a pro- in which four shots fired entered the tein feed of high value and can be used as a substitute for or to supplement cottonsed meal. It is particularly valuable as a dairy feed, but beef cat tle fed on it have brought top prices in the live stock markets. WHEN YOU WAKE UP DRINK GLASS OF HOT WATER Wash the' poisons and toxins from system before putting more food into stomach. Says Inside-bathing makes any one look and feel clean, , sweet and refreshed. ' Wash yourself on -the- inside before breakfast like you do on the outside. This is vastly more Important because the skin pores do not absorb impuri ties into the blood, causing illness, while the bowel pores do. For every ounce of food and drink taken into the stomach, nearly an ounce .of waste material must be carried out of the body. If this waste material is not eliminated day by day it quickly ferments and generates poisons, gases and toxins which are absorbed or sucked into the blood stream, through the lymph ducts which should suck only nourishment to sus tain the body. A splendid health measure is to drink, before breakfast each day, a glass of real hot water with a tea spoonful of limestone phosphate in it, which is a harmless way to wash these poisons, gases and toxins from the stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels; thus cleansing, sweetening and freshening the entire alimentary canal before' putting more food into (lie stomach. A quarter pound of limestone phos phato" costs but very little at the-drug store but is sufficient to make anyone an enthusiast on inside-bathing. Men and women who are accustomed to wake ' up with a dull, aching head or l:ave furrod tongue, bad taste, nasty breath, sallow complexion, others who have bilious attacks, acid stomach or constipation are assured of pro nounced improvement in both health and appearance shortly. Notices NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. Whereas on the 28th day of Novem ber, 1911, W..F. Case and wife. Myrtle Case.' executed to the undersigned that - mortgage which is. , of record in Book 33, page 20 of the Records of Mortgages and Deeds of Trust for Henderson county, to secure a note in the sum of $1400.00; , and whereas de fault has been made in the payment of said note Now, Therefore, by virtue of the, power contained In said mort gage and for the purpose of satisfyr ing" said indebtedness with interets, COSt and ' exnenses. the iinrierslertprl will on Friday, December 14th. 1917. at 12 o'clock M. at the Court House door in the City of Hendersonviile. in Hen-veIopes 80 tnat contributions will have derson County, offer for sale at public PrPer distribution. The loose collect outcry to the highest bidder for cash'tion wil1 b equally divided among the the lands conveyed by said mortgage, churches. The contributions will be which are bounded and described as forwarded to denominational orphan follows: ;aees. Being the same land conveyed by U. ' The orphanage committee of North M. Orr to W. F. Case et ux, by deed Carolina strongly urges the heeds of dated Aug. 15th 1910, and recorded in the orphanages and requests every Book 69, page 140 of the Records of Person to give at least a day's earn Deeds for Henderson. County. and i inks to the cause- bounded as follows: I Beginning at a stake in the South. margin of 6th avenue, said stake standing N. 79 1-2 deg. E 144 feet from the intersection of the South margin of 6th -avenue, with the East margin', of King street, S. M. King's N. W. cor- nef, and runs with KinJ's line S. 10 deg. E. 75 feet to a stake, T. A. Jack- son's corner; thence with Jackson's line S. 79 1-2 deg. W. 44 feet to a stake; thence N. 10 deg. W. 75 feet to the South margin of 6th avenue, thence with tho South margin of 6th avenue N. 79 V2 deg. E. 44 feet to the begin- mgr. This-November 12th. 1917. A. FICKER, Mortgagee. "By Smith & Shipman, Attorneys. ll-15-5tc Missing Boat Lands. v London, Nov. 20. The missing boat j from the steamship Rochester which was sent to the bottom by av German ed at a port in Ireland, the British admiralty announced today. The boat contained five men, the only survivors5 troin the original .boat s crew of 12. J A moiliiTi KnlilW VvwutnA j Washington, Nov.. 17. An Ameri- can soldier of Gen. Pershing's forces, j found guilty by a courtmartial of rape ' and murder of a French woman had been executed by a firing squad. Vu D. C's, Do Relief Work. Chattanooga. Nov. 17. At this af- relief work its -activities to be in co- operation and under the direction of tiie Red Cross. The President Gen eral, Miss. Mary Poppenheim will ap point the committee at once. Miners' Salaries to Increase. Washington, Nov. 17. Wage in increases ranging from 15 to 44 per cent j tor Pennsylvania anthracite min- oto iv o a o trrppH tr Viv tli a fmoratnrs t . v nn riitinn thnt tho nrtva.nnp3 are observed with high coal prices. To 3uild Unsinkable Ships. WasMngton, Nov. 17. The jjiip- . SJVP ISO FEACE BEFORE 1919. Chicago, Nov. 18. Russia's collapse and the unreadiness of the United States makes hopeless any thoughts of peace before 1919 in the opinion of Medill McCormick, congressman-at- i large of Illinois,- who has just return I eri from a visit to most of . the Euro i pean battle line. Mr. McCormick in a statement to- ; night said: "The Germans are not winning the war. ,' "Neither are we. , "The war presents a stalemate from wh'ch we are unable to extricate ourselves, because of the collapse of Russia and the unreadiness of the United States. . CIRCULATION OF NEARLY TWO BILLIONS IS PLANNED. Secretary McAdoo Announces New Plan for Using Extar Money. . Washington, Nov. 2 3. Secretary McAdoo tonight announced a new plan to place , in circulation tne nuse sum of nearly $2,000,000,000 accumu lated in the treasury as a result of big over-payments received this week from the Liberty loan. Three hundred million dollars of cedtificates of indebtedness due De cember 15 were called in for , redemp tion December 6, and another issue of $400,000,000 of certificates, alos due December 1. will be redeemed De cember 11 both issues at par with ac crued interest. This arrangement will leave only the $685,000,000 issue to be paid December 15. The secretary decided to call in the two issues before their maturity, when it became evident about $2,400,000,000, or nearly two thirds of the aggregate subscriptions to the second Liberty loan have been paid in full. Tabula tions tomorrow, are expected to show that about $1,750,000,000 in cashVwaa received this week. Subscriptions 'to the latest issue of certificates of indebtedness to be dated November 30 and due June 25, 191S to counteract the , flood of income and ex cess profits takes on the latter date, have been generous since the issue, was announced two days ago. The exact amount of subscriptions .has not been .announced by Secretary McAdoo, however. : THANKSGIVING SERVICE TO BE ilON lif NATURE Rev. C. S. Blackburn Will Conduct Union Thanksgiving Service at First Baptist Church. . The protestant churches of Hender sonviile will hold a union Thanksgiv ing service at the First Baptist church oh Thanksgiving at 11 o'clock. , Rev. C. S. Blackburn, the new pas tor of the 'East Hendersonviile Baptist church, will be the speaker. Tne members of the churches will i mafee contributions in their church en & efc' & & . THANKSGIVING DAT. & fr T m Tt 1 (By LilIian Pltts') Thanksgiving Day! Is there a heart within this f!minrrv'a mo a r. x co "ut Pyer, a pari 0f nis ow& very soul, again To God on high for wondrous gifts On us bestowed, since last this day To us was given? A voice that lifts Not in Thanksgiving praise or lay ( Can we look out upon the field Where wheat and corn have lately been, The barns now filled with harvest's yield Against the winter, cold and keen. And not give thanks for home and food And warmth and love abiding there, -While those in foreign lands have stood Ah, WHAT? God help them, is our prayer! Give thanks! That we have men to give And strength to fight this common foe! Give thanks! For God and Faith still livft And by our VICTORY we shall show The doubting world, so sore distressed, That right must conquer in the end, .And bring relief to the oppressed. Give thanks, that we have much to send! And so. on this Thanksgiving Day, Our hearts are glad as ne'er before. The poorest in our land today Is rich whatever be his store Of frMy goods. Let us give thanks! An Old Man's Stomach. As we grow older and less active, less and less food is required to meet the demands of our bodies. If too much is habitually taken, the stomach will rebel. When a man reaches the advanced aged of 85 or 90, you will find that he' is a' light eater. Be as careful as you will, however, you will occasionally eat more than you should and will feel the need of Chamber lain's Tablets to correct the disorder. These tablets do not contain pepsin, but strengthen the stomach and enable it to perform its functions naturally. They also cause a gentle movement of the bowels. Machinery and Mitf Supplies Largest stock In Western Caro lina. 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. Take a glass of Salts to flush Kidneys if Bladder bothers you Brink lots of water. Eating meat regularly eventually pro duces kidney trouble in some form or other, says a well-known authority, be cause the uric acid in meat excites the kidneys, they become overworked; get sluggish; clog up and cause all sorts of distress, particularly backache ejid mis ery in the kidney region; rheumatic twin ges, severe headaches, add stomach, con stipation, torpid liver, sleeplessness, bladder and urinary irritation. The moment your bask hurts or kid neys aren't acting right, or if bladder bothers you, get about four ounces of Jad Salts from any good pharmacy; take a tablespoonful in a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia, and has been used for generations to flush clogged kidneys and stimulate them to normal activity ; also to neutralize the acids, in the urine so it no longer irri tates, thus ending bladder disorders. . Jad Salts cannot injure v anyone; makes a delightful effervescent lithia water drink which millions of men and women take now and then to keep the kidneys and urinary organs clean, thus avoiding serious kidney disease. " HUSTLER WANT ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS. LESS HI IF Bffi AND KIDFOS HURT A TT 7 V The following statement from Secretary McAdoo: "Among the many absurd and vicious rumors put Into circulation these days, probably through pro-German influences, is one that the United, States proposes to confiscate money on deposit in banks. The absurdity of the statement is obvious on its face. These rumors are wholly without foundation and probably circu lated for an evil purpose. The Government has no power to con fiscate the money of depositors in banks." u .. ;., i YOUR MONEY IS SAFE IN OUR BANK - Emm ist Yoimr am .Property NO Ewbank, Ewbank & Go. 1 Real Estate l. 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