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French Broad Hustler
-. X - -. J . Published Eyery Thursday .by Mutual Printing Company, ; A Entered at th Postoffice ? at "Henderson vilie as Second class . matter. . - ' "' . - . ' . . noah ' m: hollo well, .-Publisher," ' ,' " , " : . .... -.;.-v -' Subscription Bates - -One YearJL.. i 1 $1.00 ' Six Months . Jlir -.U- . .50 Three Months.: . .23 All . subscriptions 'payable in advance and' discontinued upon expiration after notification. . feet of a change, in,the personnel -or ' congress would be bad and declines !to enlist with those who are clamor ing for place for purely political rea sons. He would add another convin cing argument in support of the claim that the American people are support ting administration plans unitedly In order that the war may be won quick- ly. He would have Germany under j stand, henceforth and forever, that ! the ' great commander-in-chief of our army and navy speaks and Acts in full harmony with the true sentiments or 0 - ' 0 DITEBSITT OF BARGAINS FOB HUSTLEB BEADEBS I i-g -v. t y-H'.-J One cent a word for each inser- I tlon, each initial or abbreviation I counting as a word j all the people in the efforts he is mak- THUBSDAT, OCTOBER 10, 1918 THE FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN j ing to safeguard American liberty. An ' other declaration in harmony with . that of the prominent New Yorker was made in Washington last week by. Jno. F. biddings, a leading" republican of Canton, Ohio, the home of former President McKinley, which follows: "There will not be any great change in the Ohio delegation in the next congress, in my opinion. I have been a life-long republican, but I, expect to cast my vote this year for a democrat for congress. I believe that if the republicans should suc ceed in carrying the house this elec tion the news would be . flashed abroad that the president," the commander-in-chief of our army and navy, had been repudiated by the American people. That would heart en the German official class and the German army, and the war would as a result be continued six months or a year longer than it would oth erwise and our boys in France would be kept from returning home that much longer. There is no argu ment, to this, and while I am for the war and for a decisive defeat of au tocracy, I also want our boys back home as soon as possible. Hence I shall sustain our commander-in-chief by voting for a democrat for congress this fall my first vote pt the kind." - Mr. biddings reasons well. It is man nf fhia rlass that will make SUTft v . iVto. olanHnn rtf a riomnrrfltip house I this year. In North Carolina there must be elected 10 representatives and a United States senator. The incum bents are all democrats and the loss of one might change the complexion of the House, It is therefore extreme ly important that every Wilson man, be he democrat or republican, shall cast his ballot for the re-election of Belgium and North Carolina are Senator Simmons and the democratic about the same size in area. Picture, nominee for nouse. The republi if you can, a victorious Germany over- cans need not hope to defeat Senator running our fair state, collecting in- Simmons. He is stronger than his demnities of more than a billion of party in the state and the strong right dollars, holding our Governor ami arm Df President Wilson in the sen Mayor Brooks as hostages, and then ate. The people of North Carolina try to imagine how insignificant a. have no notion of dispensing with' his part' you play whefr you subscribe to' service' so long as he -expresses -rde the Fourth Liberty Loan to raise "a paltry 30-odd million dollars not to pay as an indemnity, but as a loan to protect your fireside from the that have ravished Belgium. you imagine your women-folk herded into a public square, as they have been in Belgium and France and sent n As the campaign for the Fourth Liberty Loan approaches . the An2r' can Army moves on toward Berlin. Under our own loaders the great American Army has won notable victories, , ,, ; - The Fourth Loan must be a great success. The Fourth Loan is a fight ing loan. When our soldiers on the battle front are braving death1, each ons offering to make the supreme sacrl-j fice for x his country and the great cause, we who remain safely at home surely should give them every sup port, should make every sacrifice to strengthen them. If we cannot fight ourselves we can, make our dol lars fight. ; . It is a great cause foT which Amer ica is engaged in this war; it is a great struggle in which the very hope ot the world is bound up that is being waged in Europe and on the high seas. It is an honor to have a part in it and all Americans, all of their lives, will be proud of the part they had in It vor ashamed of heir failure to do their part. The Fourth Loan is a, fighting loan. Every subscriber to the Loan strikes a blow for Liberty, for Victory. Buy Bonds ' 1YHT BUY BONDS? FOB BENT 3 nicely furnished rooms. Can be used for light-housekeeping. Lights and water furnish ed. Call telephone 304-W, 10 10 tfc. HOUSEKEEPER WANTED. To ' do . cooking and-general house work J. A.McIntosh, Hendersonville. 10 102tp FOB SALE Five passenger Ford. $650.. Demountable rims, i year old. Mrs. Thomas Hilton, Flat Rock, N. C. ltp. LOST Between my house and town a - black fur glove; finder please return to me and receive reward. R. J. Woolley. , a0-10-2tp. FOB SALE 7 Berkshire and Poland China pigs, 8 weeks old November '5. Price $10. Otto H. Reese, Rt. 6. -mile west of Laurel Park. Tow er 10-10-2tp. TYPEWRITER. New, for sale at a bargain. Joseph E. Wood, 5th ave. Phone 335; . ltc. X ... i J . Tie tax payers o rlenderjspn county are recjuesed to meet me or my deputy a f0i lowing limes and places for thepurpose of set tling heir taxes for the year 1 91 8 which ar e now due and in Ty hands for collection : FOB SALE. Everbearing strawber ries and raspberries, large and small quantities. Dr. C. Few. 10-1014tc. FOB BENT, Beautiful six room fur nished bungalow to desirable" peq ple. Phone 91-J. 10-3-31& LOS X. Federal tire . and rim; . tire 34x4. Finder return . to King Motor Car Co.,and receive re ward. " 10-3-2tc. FOB SALE Two fine mule3 and one 2-horse wagon. Cheap for cash or good paper. Jno. T. Wilkins. 10-3-2tc. FOB SALEr molasses. Rock. -500 5-gallon cans lor Apply to P. W. Hart, Flat 9-26-4tp. BOOMS IN FLAT For rent, furnish ed or unfurnished. Near Harrel Drug Co.South Maint St. 9-19-tfc. BUT .OB . SELL Something to sell mens something to advertise. Try thjs .column. A few cents work wonders. . 7-4-tfc, Fruitland, Youngblood's Store, 8 to 1 1 o'clock Monday, October, 14. Roosevelt, Justice's Store, 1 to 4 o'clock Monday, Octo - ..V ber i4. '"X:'Z, : : .' Xy- - :':: lz ' Bat Cave Post Off ice, Tuesday, October 1 5. Blue Ridge, Case's Store, Wednesday, October 16. Mills River, Davenport eY Yhi taker's Store, Thursday October 17. Etowah, McKinna!s Store, Friday, October 1 8. Bowman's Bluff, Richard Sen teil's Store, Saturday, October 1 p. Green River, Tuxedo Post Office, Monday October 21. Mountain Page, Yount's Store, Monday, October 21. Hoopers, Creek, E. E. Lance's Store, Tuesday, October 22. sire to represent them in the senate The hope of the republicans of the state this 1 year is a possible . gain of brutes one or two members of the house. But COUiCX t nnnthpr riisarmnintment ia mminEr tn them, for a democrat will BE a DEMO CRAT. when the election of 1918 rolls 'round., There is no honorable ex back into Germany in a condition far emption while the president is asking worse than slavery? No, you canno: for the election of men upon whom imagine it, because Americans will die he may confidently lean for support m as people first. But, suppose you aud ' this international crisis. THE VISITOB Features local news Only 50 cents a year. Half price to soldiers. Follows them to France. ,- 7-25-tfc. W. F. Bffl:M millions of others should hold back, deluding yourself with the idea tha: others "will subscribe the money" that very condition might happen. Victory Buy Bonds STATELIEST OF OWXEBSHIP Statement Of Ownership, manage- over Germany is as much a matter of i ment, etc., as required by act of Con money as of soldiers. We have no Tear ! gress of August 24, 1912, of French ot our soldiers, but should these who iave money fail to lend it, our soldiers would soon become powerless. Never 'Jbeiore in your life was there ever so Tniich required of you never before was there such an opportunity to res pond to your country's cry, and do It at an advantage of four one-Quarter per cent interest. Buy Bonds Broad Hustler, published weekly Hendersonville. . Publisher: Noah M. Hollowell, Hendersonville, N. C. Editor: Noah M. Holldwell, Hen dersonville, N. C. - Owners (owning or holding 1 per cent . more of the total amo' - it of stock): French Broad Hustler, Inc., M. L. Shipman, Raleigh, N. Cr, N. M. EECBUITS FOB THE DEMOCRATS. Hollowell, G. F. Garlington, Vance Norwood, G. M. Glazener, S. Y. Bry- The wisdom of supporting democrat ic candidates for the United States senate and the House of Representa tives is dawning upon thoughtful men everywhere, regardless of previous po litical alignments. It would be mani festly, unwise to change the political complexion of congress in a time like this, when the slightest rebuke to the president and his party might be con strued to mean a lack of co-operation in the plans that have been inaugur ated to assist the allies in winning the war. The moral effect of returning a democratic house will be tremendous and thinking men all over the coun try are rising above partisanship in offering their support to the party in power, for this very reason. A case in point is the recent statement of a prominent New , York lawyer, whose son, A. H. Hawkins, P. F. Patton, R. M. Oates, C. E. Brooks, all of Hender sonville, N. C. Known security holders: (Holding 1 per cent or more of total securities) Commercial Bank, Raleigh, N. C; Citizens National Bank, Henderson ville, N. C. . NOAH M. HOLLOWELL, Sworn to and subscribed before me this day of September, 1918. , C. S. FULLBRIQHT. ' Notary Public. Buy Bonds NOTICE All persons are hereby notified that I will apply at once to the Governor for pardon. I was sentenced to 15 years in the State prison at October Term of Court, 1915, Henderson coun ty, N. C. All persons who desire to manly .utterance doubtless voices the .oppose my application for pardon, can setiments of a large percentage of the make their objections to the Governor, independent voters of the United This the 1st day of October, 1918. i States in this day of sacrifice and pa- PINK WARD. triotic endeavor. He said: 10-3-5tp. "I am not in the habit of voting the ticket ofv any political party VALUABLE PATENT FOB SALIE for remaining Southern - States, single or collectively, large profits, easily handled. Address,' Patent, P. O. Box 777, Hendersonville, N. C. October 4, 1918. i 9-5-tfc. FOR SALE Old newspapers at 5 cents a package. . Useful for kindling, wrapping, packing, etc. 5-16-tf. Am FOB . .BENT Six-room ..furnished house on 5th avenue. 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My., rule is to look the entire situa tion oyer, and then cast my vote for the man whose selection I thinkwill do most for the general, welfare of that particular time. Applying this ' rule, I propose this year to vote for a democratic . candidate for v the House : of Representatives and . for the United States Senate from New York because I am perfectly certain that a change in the political com plexion at this time would be most , unfortunate." . ThU man feels thattha moral ef- Mrs. Smith Recommends Chamber Iain's Tablets. : "I have had more. or less stomach trouble for eight or ten years " writes Mrs., Q. H. Smith, Brewerton, N. Y. "When suffering from attacks of in digestion and heaviness after eating, one or 'two of Chamberlains Table's have always relieved me. I have also found them a pleasant laxative." These tablets tone up tfio stomach and enable It to perform its functions naturally. If you are troubled wi:n indigestion give.theni-a fair trial, ge.t well and stay welL ' - Sour Stomach T : K Eat slowly, masticate your food thoroughly, abstain from meat for a few days and in most cases the pour stomach will disappear. JPfit does not, take one of Chamberlain's Tab lets immediately after tapper. Red neats are most likely to 'cause bour 3tomach and you may ind it best to 2ut them out. EAST BAPTIST CHURCH. 1 Suriday school each Sunday at 9:45 breaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting 8:00 p. m. Wednes day. : .: . .. . : B. Y. P. U. at 8 p. m. each fhurs day. - M. C. BOTSON & CO. TTTLL RE PAIR YOUR HARNESS OR SELL - ... - - : - liv:. t'- SL ' - -mm -i " u I f1 ' : mi '-: yy :- ? I Tax Collector &0 Can there be any Ameri can who is not doing all he can to help in the war? Who pretends to believe that we could have kept out? Who whines or growls about the little sacrifice he is asked to make? Who grets panicstricken and thinks that it. would be better to compromise with the Hun and listens to the serpent whisperings of German propaganda? If such an American exists let him realize what Germany has done to Russia, which gave in and negotiated a cowardly peace. There is only one thing for us all today and that is war to the bitter end war until the Hun is utterly and completely destroyed. For those who cannot figW LIBERTY BONDS are the besl possible weapons against the Hun Bay Liberty Bonds Today Any Bank Will Help Yea This Space Contributed to Winning HENDSSONILLEBUG& Autcnzsbilej, Tirea and Accescorie At the Dep'