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Honest Opinion Doctor Gave . Heves the . hands of cold jiouw J. pfl..p . on a wintry day except no sensation nxs raueni - -jelt u eliminates polson on Bedford, Ohio. "I "was in a pitiful 1 which the . bacilli lives after which -?Sition. weak, nervous and run ..they die- It is as. harmless and as 5vmsoIcouldnot domyhousewJrlc. beautiful as a gentle aephyr blowing it had doctored for years and tried over a seet scented flower garden Lathing under the sun. A friend ad Mlt naI1s from the mountains or f m rT about VinoL I asked Wi the forest. y ' " doctorabout VS he repUed, I W c RAY, CURA, because it doctor auw h m:csnthJ7 mW , cures by rays and it lasts for all , certainly is the best medicuie that can Um& to come It u hQ Y be had today. ? use it free until you are sire of being any better I took it, . and today I cured; we then get our small pay and 6m as weU and strong ;as lany woman we wiU be giad to accept any more could wish to be, and it was . Vmol you may want, to add after being that saved me. Mrs. rank A. HOTt cured; You will not be beat this fcer. Ash St, Bedford, Ohio. ... time we guawjj vv tad iron tonic for all such cenditioc? TIIE JUSTUS PHARMACI And Druggies EjperywJtens If you need a thousand or so see us at once. We have one of the easiest money loaning plans in exis tance. $ 1 00,000 to loan at 6 percent. Smith IF The bigger the roof,-the more reason for Paroid The importance of the roofing in creases with the importance and value" of the building. The owners of the hrgest barns, rail roads and manufactories use the good old reliable Neponset Paroid Roofing. ' I KEPBfiSEf' PaioM Hoofing Use this material on the sides as well as the roof and you will protect yo'jr live stock and your pocket pook. Protection against leaks, repairs and RIGBY-MORROW COMPANY Builders' Supplies Hendersonvilie, N, C 1 X wvy'' jbw vs Edsi MMmWA Hg IP There's a real comfort these long evenings at home in the big armchair reading by the soft mellow glow of a Rayo Lamp. Rayo Lamps arc scientifically constructed and give a clear, steady light without. flicker or jflare that can't hurt the eyes. They addv a touch of cheery comfort to the Jiving room 6r any room give kerosene light at its bes't. . . . . - r Made of brass nickel-plated -. -easy fo light,f clean and rewick smokeless, odorless. ,rr AUddia Security Oil giTC best results. ' : . At all dealers , : STANDARD OIL COMPANY WXiHi. D. C CWlott. N. C. A GIFT FBCftI - GOlP i Afer search by "scientists cover ing x more than- ten thousand y eats,; a cure for tuberculosis has-at last been found. IC is not a drug. It cures the J lungs- with ' the emanations " that come from it while it? lies . on the j breast one hour each day as pleasantly sa a leather pillow. ; I " It cures In .exactly the same, manner we , oeg 01 you to write us ior further information without: delay. RAY CURA CO., 122 Clay St., Jack- Jsonville, Florida. 12-26-2tp. most important fires. or West trie's it & Morris'Co. CXVV 1 L ""v x " I i y x y 5 DITEESITY, OF BARGAINS I FOB HUSTLER READERS I I One cent a word for each Inser-' Hon, each Initial or abbreviation counting: -as a word . 1 JLOST Wednesday, December 11th, gold pin, amethlst setting. Reward if returned to The , Hustler Office. V 12-19-2tp. ONE 1916 MODEL ROADSTER FORD. Motor in excellent condition; good tires; demountable rim; going this week at a bargain. Cash or terms. Hendersonvilie Buggy & Wagon Co. FOR SALE One 1918 Chevrolet Touring Car. Good tires; brand ' new batteries; excellent shape; a bargain at $300. Hendersonvilie Buggy & Wagon Co. 19-2tc. ONE THREE-SPEED INDIAN MO TORCYCLE New tires; motor ana general condition good. Going this week at a bargain. Hendersonvilie Buggy & Wagon Co. . FOR SALE One 1917 Touring Ford Car. Motor in. excellent condition; - brand new Federal tires ; going this ... week, cash or terms. Henderson vilie Buggy & Wagon Co 12-19-2tc ONE 1917 MODEL TOURING FORD CAR. New Federal tires; motorin fine condition;, must go this week at a bargain. Hendersonvilie Buggy '& Wagon Co. Single Comb Rhode Island Red Cock erels, large rich colored birds, $2.50 each. No birds exchanged. Ray mond ' Browning, R. F. D., No. 5. : 12-12-tfc. EXCHANGE FLORIDA GROVE FOR COTTAGE Will trade i bearing -orange and grape fruit grove witn five room cottage just outside city limits of -Miami, Fla., for hoiiso and lot either in Hendersonvilie or Ashe ville. Tract' contains ten af res all fenced, five in ' bearing grove con sisting of oranges, grape fruit, bana nas, avocado pears, and other tropi cal fruits. An ideal winter hom. Address C. J. Martin, P. O. Box 12, Miami, Fla. 12-19- . FOR SALE. Piano, slightly used, at a bargain. Box 617, Hendersonvilie. 11-21-tfc. FOR SALE. New piano at factory price. See S. Maxwell 11-24-tfc. FOR SECOND HAND CARS Of all kinds see S. Maxwell. Henderson vilie, N. C. - 11-21-tfc. FOR SALE A nice ypung cow. Ap ply to C. W. Davis, at the NEWS office. ' ''-'J e we h now This has been of domg business built for us a big feel Hififhlv ave done want to wislies I ll"""r .....-.,- w, ,, -ML ,.... iriii... L.r , ,, ,.m,- - , ,- i,i.-i.-n ,,,.,., .,,r , 'A mmmmMumlalmm imMM . . pEARCES'TvAKD BEST IM-HEMBEHSQKr: CXHJMIT l . 1 m ' M'''MM- MM-"M--M - ' ii m i n r i i " 'ip "MIMMIM' iM" 1 i - i -i , ii ii , iimi j,, i u j i. mi i . j. i. . . iiim i -ii . in .i i- . riltili ' IpRICES"' Mfi Ti2iE ' Philadelphia, Pa Dec. . 21. When this nation has saved.. $12,000,000, 000,000 more, prices likely wilkhave been restored to normal. Thus Dr. A., C. Miller, Pacific coast member of the - Federal, Reserve board, tonight warned that America "must "save and pay Up" or .suffer the ill effects. of in flation . Dr . Miller ,spoke before th American academy of political and so cial , science - . Analysing our problems 'as, one, not of re-construction, but of . re-employment and re-organization, Dr. Miller declared that more production and absorption of outstanding war securi ties, is the solution of the' high-price question. He said the banks arej hold ing ; approximately $5,000,000,000- in war bonds; the government's require ments for the rest of the fiscal year will be about $7,000,000,000, and until these have been, absorbed by savings, the 'taintof inflation will still be up on us." . . , : ' ' -'. The price situation, Dr. 'Miller said, is the world's greatest- after'rfhe-war problem. Its gravity is revealed only by the broad statement that prices ifave risen 100 per cent in four years, he said. Until prices return to nor mal, actual progress towards recover ing trom the war's shattering cannot be made, he argued. . JEWISH ' COMMONWEALTH . ' WANTED i .V ' Philadelphia, Dec. 17. The .Ameri can Jewish congress tonight declared for a Jewish commonwealth in Pales tine under the trusteeship ot Great Britain, acting on behalf of- such league of nations as may be formed. .The declaration, in the form of c -resolution, was adopted amid wile enthusiasm: The 400 delegates rep resenting more than ' 3,000,000 mem bers of their race in the Unites States, rose and sang the . Hatikovn, the Jewish anthem. This was follow ed by the singing of the Star SpangleG Banner.' CALL MYER'S THE FLORIST, 153, For fresh Lettuce for Christmas dinner. Delivery anywhere in city; also Begonias, Primroses, Ferns ani Galax Wreaths. - ltp. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as. administrator of-C. C. Maxwell, deceased, late of Henderson County, N. C, this is to notify all persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned on or before the 20th day of Decem ber, 1919, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make immediate payment. This the 20th day of December, 1918. W. P. MAXWELL,." 12-26-6tp. Administrator. ONE 1917 ROADSTER FORD. De mountable rims; self starter; per fect condition. Cash or terms. At tractive prices this week. Hender sonvilie Buggy & Wagon Co . . MB grateful during the extend our to our friends for a Gh ristmas an New. the best year in the history of our business. Our method and our high-class merchandise, at attractive prices have business and we are profoundly' grateful to our customers IfATTON-iyiBE- PROHIBITIi!f Washington, Decvt 1-Ratificattoi of j the ; prohibition amehtoentltb - the Federal .constitution by "the necessary three-fourths of , the;: states by next February 1, is predicted in a survey of the prohibition jtuatlon made putJt lie today, by the board tif temperance,- prohibition and public; morals of the Methodist Episcopal church . Fifteen states have approved the amendment and the board . declares i that thirty other states, the legislatures of which meet next months wilL vote favorably on the proposal for nation-wide pro hibition. The states which the J)oari declares wilL ratify -''the amendment at the coming legislative sessions are: Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colo rado, Connecticut, Idaho, Illinois, Indi ana, Iowa, Maine, Michigan Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, . Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Caro lina,. Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon,; Rhode Island Tennessee, - Utah, Vermont, Washington;. Wisconsin West1 Vir ginia and Wyoming. . Pennsylvania is classed as "hopeful," New York-aa "even proposition and New Jersey "probably opposed." .- - . ,-. the m- . -. jyMWWWiWwfwa.i vjw.imw.w.wHMiwwi"wi:Mwi mmpmjfmmwMm m vmmmmmixmmmmmmm ' ' ' ' : ' ' '-' Ipl'j&-aV,-,' M ;T. S. Morrison Co;: gfc; : 1 ASHEVILLEj N. C. I for past d a H appy Paris,'., DecrlrXBy.. Government Wireless to e'-XTnlted.IssTr'eatr.'. -dent Wilson, speaking at the Uhiver- . Isityiof. Paris.-i:tddiaeWdl.;Bl8'7-Gcm-.C, ception oi the league jof nations as a "moral force of men . throughout the world" which .would7 turn .its search- ing light bf conscience!.' mJon any WTongHiolng- or oppression.'! I c x Just . a little exposure-;: will set- - J tie mosf questions," he declared. ' "If the central powers .Had daifed to discuss the purposed of this war for-, a single fortnight, it never wuld I have happened, and if as should be, , they were forced to discuss it, for . a year, war wouid - have been- in con- ' ceivabeV A " f . The president. mae his address at. . the- ceremonies in cn,nectpji; with, the conferring of law and hisorydegrees upon iiim at the University of Paris Sorbonne.) . - . . ' , " t -.1X17 CLAMS 6,000,000? , , -: . JUondon, Dec. lCVia Montreal) ' The Times medical correspondent says that , it . seems reasonable, to believe that throughout 4he - world about' 6, 000,000 persons perished from influ enza and pneumonia during the past three months; '--r V- - , f1 b usiness 4 and t year most hearty M errv A . fc.if ii nliimiTiiin . .iiimniiiiipiii Mwwf I ; ' Miinnij i IJ ... y - . : - , j.T " "" "" " --"-"''':i';r'i"-'j: rr-ir ... .- C . . . V . .. ---... . - , . ...... ... f -V - .