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IR SALE—Tirc-j that are un
: i"v g ;aranceed for
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p ,arden land 1 1-4 miles
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ray. Good bearing' apple or
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Lndred doKats worth of shrub
for only $1250 cash. See
\nders or Rector. * {
BARGAIN—Five-room House,
iaril-wood floors, hot water,
leat. lot 50x150. 50 bearing
[rate vines, garage; Highland
• enue; for .$2250. Good terms,'
500 cash. Staton Insurance;
t Realty Company. Phone;
—Livestock and Poultry
RE BRED, blood-tested chicks
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YOUR DORMANT SPRAY
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bur. We have it in stock.'
Wfby-Morrow Company, Lum
f'.\ Guilders' Supplies, Mill
*>-k. Fourth avenue east,
bone 07. *
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pa d section. Monthly $5.00 j
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anytime. Phone 289-J. j
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' your buying here. Brunson j
"fsiture Co. *
"TtD—To exchange two va
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similar lots in Henderson
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►use an^ lot and finish pay-j
' • or small mountain farm. I
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15—Real Estate
WANTED—To rent farm of be
tween 20 and 35 acres for cul
tivation; nothing less than 6
room house, in Henderson,
Transylvania or Bun combe
counties. W. Allen, Osceola,
phone 723-R.
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success. Our reputation for fair
and square dealing is your
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tion. Brunson Furniture Co. *
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ways the question after an acci
dent. Let us assume your re
sponsibility and you will not
have to worry. Ask the man
[ that has had one, or ask the
garage man about our prompt
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I bank and Ewbank.
INSURANCE POLICIES should be i
concurrent, should have mort
gage clauses, if the property is
; mortgaged, should have vacancy
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cant—are yours up to the min
ute and correct? We will gladly
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Brownlee Insurance & Realty
t Company. *
SICKNESS means poverty—
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justments remove nerve pres
sure, restore health. See Dr.
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near N. Main.
21—Good Thing* to Eat
BUY HOME grown product* at
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bet weep Third and Fourth
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Saturdays. 7:30 a. m. •
j Special Notices j
' HATCHERY NOW OPEN for;
custom hatchery. High quality |
chicks from state blood tested!
stock for sale weekly. Bright-j
water Farm Hatchery. Hender
sonville and Brevard highway.*
KALSOMINING can be done
clean. V. L. Gurley, 834 Flem
! ing. Phone 738-J.
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EXECUTOR'S NOTICE
Having qualified as executor'
i of the Estate of Rosa Edwards, j
j deceased. late of Henderson I
j county. North Carolina, this is to!
j notify all persons having claims j
'against the estate of said deceas- j
jed to exhibit them, duly veri-!
jfied, to C. D. Weeks my attor
ney. at his office at Third and
' Ma?n streets. Hendsrsonvllle,
j North Carolina, on or before the
5th day of January, 1934. or
! this notice will be pleaded in j
bar of their recovery. AH per
sons indebted to said estate will /
, please make immediate payment.'
This, the 5th day of January, I
1988.
L. B. EDWARDS, Executor i
of ROSA EDWARDS,
Deceased.
1-5-Thurs. Ct.
ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE j
Having: qualified ns Administra-j
trix of the Estate of William H.
?.Ianders, deceased, late of Hen
derson County, North Carolina,
this is to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of said
deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned care of Carolina
Power & Light Company, Raleigh,
N. C., on or before the 29th day
of December, 1933, or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of their re
covery. All persons indebted to
said estate will please make im
mediate payment.
< This 29th day ,of December
1932.
ETHEL MANDERS.
12-29-Thurs-6tD
MAKES WOMEN
LOSE FAT
Miss Rea M. Haines of Dayton,
Ohio, writes: "I weighed 180 to
started to take Kruschen. I never
was so surprised as when I
weighed myself the first week—I
lost 7 pounds. I just bought my
3rd jar and am down to 145—am
still taking them and never felt
better in my life." (June 17,
1932).
To take off fat—take one half
teaspoonful of Kruschen Salts In
a glass of hot water in the morn
ing before breakfast—one bottle |
that lasts 4 weeks costs but a few i
cents—get it at Jackson Phar- j
niacy or any drugstore in Amer
ica. If this first bottle fails to !
convince you this is the SAFE and
harmless way to lose fat—your
money gladly returned.
Don't accept anything but Kru
schen because you must reduce ,
safely. (adv) ,
Qnswers
btodayS
TBS
GUESSES
lift TH »>LK
h a rt :« *3*3s al ; i sn® «oogd * I
, TTAMMERFEST. NORWAY, is
the northernmost city in the
world. The plane shown is a a 1
ELLIPSE. SIR MALCOLM
CAMPBELL holds the autonio*
bUe speed record of nearly 254
MILKS PER HOl'R
'Beef Type Bull
on County Farm
in Transylvania
Aiken Urges Raising More
Herefords for
Market
BREVARD, Jan. 26. (Special)
Announcement is made by W. L.
Aiken, chairman of the county
board of commissioners that a
purebred Hereford beef type bull
has been placed at the county
home near Selica, and that farm
tv who cave to may take their
co\V9 there without charge. •
Mr. Aiken, in making the an
nouncement states that to his
knowledge, Transylvania county is
losing thousands of dollars each
year through not raising more of
the beef type cattle, and recom
mends the Hereford type as out
standing in its clasj as a money
maker.
Long identified in the cattle
buying business in this section of
the state, Mr. Aiken asserts that
cattle of the correct beef type will
bring, with market conditions as
they are at present, from one to
one and one-quarter cent more
Koran Question
I HORIZONTAL
1 What people
use the Koran
as their
scriptures?
12 Member of a
college o£
priests.
13 Cud of a
ruminant.
15 Okra soup.
16 To >v»ka (torn
sleep.
17 To lift ur
10 Pittsburgh,
V. S. A., is a
center?
21 Unkind.
22 Thine
25 Feminine
ironout'.
2 i Cereal p-css
vi^d fur black
bread.
2S To undermin*.
29 Inhabitant;*
of an asylum.
31 Measure.
32 Prophet *»«o
trained
Samuel.
S3 Distinctive
! ihejry.
36 Dealer in
staple poods.
Answer to Previous Puzzlo
-10 Every.
42 Beer. .
•13 Ozone.
4-i .Definite
i-rticle.
43 Sheltered
pi\ce.
4t> Nil'Ye.
48 Fairceous
t ret
50 To fr'^jecturc.
53 Erua'ie per
sons.
55 Siarti TR bar.
56 To asi^ntl.
57 A secondary
body in the
solar system.
VERTICAL
1 Gelatinous
preparation
ns?(i by artists
;».s a vehicle
"or colors,
Set of musical
compositions.
Aj m bones.
4 Fu'MeiiKih
ves'met. 1
5 To Jo w.
C To make &
mi; take.
7 D'V. t
S Diverts..
9 IJird".". home.
10 .«eers.
11 0£ what reli
gion was Jesus
the founder?
14 Unpityinglr.
15 "Wing part of
a seed.
20 Organ of sight
23 Half an em.
24 A daub.
25 Pole to raise
the fuot above
ground in
walking.
2G Masculine
pronoun.
"0 Very high
mountain.
P.4 To bang.
.'55 Iron.
36 Mouth .secre
tion.
.17 Seventh note.
as Exclamation
of inquiry.
39 To revise and
republish.
4u Solitary.
41 List.
47 Epochs.
49 Vile.
51 Mesh of lace#
52 Before.
53 Chum.
51 S lkv orm.
u
H.WCOQLEY
01933 k'
NEA SOMCE, INC
A *
liET.lN HRAE TO DAT
SHEILA SIMVNE. dancer, In
Jiscbrirged from n new play be
cause MARIO* RANDOLPH, Hie
• tar. la Jealous of her. Sheila
searches for work and finally se
cures n part In n musical show
noon to go on tour. DICK STAN
LEV,- rich nnd socially prominent,
n&ks her to icivr op this Job and
marry hint but Sheila refuses.
Her Idrn of marriage is a home In
aotue little town fnr from Broad
way.
Sheila Ik friendly with JIM
BLAINE, another actor In the
company from which the was dis
charged. When Jim offend* MIm
Randolph quite unintentionally
she asks CRAIG AI1ROTT, who is
backing the show financially, to
discharge Jim. Abbott, tired of
Marlon nnd her demand*, goes to
aee Jim nnd through him accurca
nu Introduction to Sheiin.
A few days later Jim call*
Sheiin and tell* her Marion i* out
of the show. Abbott send* Sheiin
n husre basket of red eeranium*.
He take* her to tea that nfternoon
nnd offer* her the part Marlon
had. Sheila aaya she does not
wnnt It. Then Abbott aska her to
marry him.
NOW GO ON WITH TIIK STORY
CHAPTER XXII
^IIEILA could almost hear her
• heart beating against her
jreast. "You're asking me to
marry you and go back home?"
the asked slowly.
Craig Abbott smiled. "Home
!or me," he said, "is wherever 1
hang my hat. I love Broadway.
I've played up and down this
street and played in luck, too.
Every show I've been interested
In so far has made money.
"Did you know 'Lucky Lady*
was mine? It was, and it ran for
40 weeks. Now there are two
companies playing it on the road.
Your play, 'Heigh-ho,' has been a
big success. With you in the cast
it will be even bigger."
He took Sheila's hand. "I'm
sick of the life I've been leading,
though. I'm sick of late parties,
hangovers, dinners and dancing. 11
want a home. Every man does. 11
.think, in hl3 heart. Every woman,'
too. I want a home. Sheila, and 1
I want you."
Still she did not answer.
"You can have any part in any
6how you want!" he urged.
"Your name shining in electric
lights! You can name your own
company—he the toast of Kroad
wn v \"
"'You mean that you'd be will- |
ing for vour wife to keep on in
the theater?" Sheila asked. She
was incredulous for a moment!
and then she understood. This
man was in love with what he be
lieved would be her fame. He was
the sort to sit in a theater box
and beam when his sweetheart
appeared from the wings, ad
mired and desired by all—but her
charms reserved for him alone.
' He wasn't in love with Sheila at
jail but with the fame she might
twin. After that fame had dimmed
and the glamour had passed his
interest in her would fade as well.
She would be like every other
girl then.
"I'll make you the talk of New
York." Abbott was promising.
"I'll make you a figure in thea
trical history."
"Another Duse?"
"A second Pavlowa! I'll make
your name go down in history
and—"
"And up in electric lights."
"Please, Sheila! I,meap It
so—!"
"I'm thinking," she told mm.
Her cheeks were flaming and her
eyes burned like dark coals.
Craig Abbott loved her no more
than he loved the theater. Prob
ably not so much. If she should
accept his offer it would mean
only that Marion Randolph had
been supplanted by Sheila Shayne.
There would be a wedding ring,
of course. That would be the
only difference.
The girl lifted her head sud
denly. "Craig," she said, "when
I marry I don't want it to be that
way. I want to marry someone
who loves me—not my stage ca
Ireer. I—I guess it wouldn't work
out very well for either of us."
Abbott looked at her curiously.
Fifteen minutes later she was
! saying goodby and hurrying to
: ward the theater.
w m m
tT was the next afternoon that
* Myrt asked Sheila with careful
casualness, "How's the geranium
boy friend?"
Sheila shrugged. "1 don't
know," she said. "I don't expect
to see him soon."
The following evening the
"Hbigii-ho" company set out on
its road tour. Dick Stanley ac
companied Sheila to the train. As
they were crossing Times Square
! in a taxicab he said to her, "You
I know now I feel about you, don't
you. Sheila?"
I 'Yes, I know."
"And do you still feel the same
way about this road tour? About
living in the country and marry
ing one of the leading citizens?"
"You know I do, Dick." She
slid one hand into his conlidingly.
"They say show business gets into
your blood." Her eyes look in
the glittering electric sign3 they
were passing, the stands where
fruits drinks were sold, the shop
windows, the knots of men and
women who would be homesick if
they found themselves tlve blocks
away from Broadway.
"Somehow 1 don't feel that
way," Sheila went on. She shook
her head. "Show business hasn't
got me yet. I want a real home.
Dick, and I'm goin* to have one."
"I wonder." thought Dick. He
wondered, too, what would be thid
slim girl's reception in the world
she envied so. There was no
doubt that her beauty would re
ceive its due of admiration. Bui
Sheila Shayne was of the stage
born and bred. It was In her verj
marrow. Could such a girl mak<
a place for herself in a smal
town?
T*0 be sure Sheila was far from
typical of Broadway. Her
liands, though nicely manicured,
were not gleaming with crimson
dye. I-Ier trim little suit was
simple and inconspicuous. Her
face did not reflect the sophistica
tion of the thoroughfare on which
she was most at home.
Dick Stanley thought of small
towns as he know them. He
thought of young girls, sheltered
but worldly. Inexperienced yet
assured. Confident and also
critical.
"Just how are you going to go
about all this?" ho asked bluntly.
Sheila laughed. "You mean
how am 1 going to make some
man marry me and give me a
home? I'm not going to." SLe
grew wistful. "It's just that In
such an atmosphere I'm happier.
I can't explain It."
"Don't try. dear."
How good Dick was! Sheila's
heart softened as she watched
him, assured and worldy-wise,
helping her from the cab, calling
i the porter and arranging about
; her baggage. He took her ticket,
walked with her to the tables and
igave it to the official. Then, the
red cap following, he moved with
| her toward the train.
"I exchanged that ticket and
| got you a lower berth," he ex
j plained.
"That was nice of ynu but you
i shouldn't have—"
"Oh, surely I can do that Utile
for you!"
They were standing n?w at the
entrance of the car. Th< r^a cap,
struggling with Sheila's 1>aggfcge,
had gone inside. ' *
"Are you going to write me7"
Dick asked. .
"Of course."
"Going to miss me?"
"How could I help It?"
D
ICK halted a train roan to as*
how much time remained and
was told there was barely a min
ute. Four Uny blond choru» glrla
came rushing down the stairs,
laughing und waving at their es
corts who had been detained by a
ruthless conductor. The girls
3poke to Sheila as they crowded
past. The comedian appeared, a
red cap at his heels. A tall young
man. pacing the platform, flecked
ashes from his cigarette, prepara-.
tory to boarding the train.
"The leading lady seems to be
having a party." said Dick. He
and Sheila moved aside as a gay
group of men and women emerged
from the train, laughing and
hatting. The leading iaay, in
evening clothes, appeared and
jade them farewell.
"Well—" said Sheila hesitating
ly. It was time to ^et aboard.
"Well—!" Dick began and
:hen his Jaw squared.. "Ljook
pleasant, please! I'm going to
kiss you. And listen, young lady,
It's not for good-bye either!"
"No? For what then?" •
"For Instance!"
lie gathered her. unprotestlng,
into his arms. There was a mo*
ment of tumult, unforeseen, unex
pected. Dick's first kiss! An
other instant and he was gone.
As the train pulled out of Man*
hattan Transfer Sheila, cozily
abed, watched the lights twinkling
tar beyond. Apartment houses.
Factories. Crowded. hurried
placcr. as bustling as New York.
Rut tomorrow there would b«
wide sweeping meadows, winding
rivers. townB twinkling past, Just
waking in the early morning. Chil
dren would be flocking to school,
herded Into safety zones as the ei'
press thundered past
Small towns with everyone
knowing everybody else. Calling
out good-raorninjs. "Hello, Bill,"
"Hello. Mary." Family group!
bidding a cousiu or sister fare
well.
That was the world In whlcb
she would find herself tomorrow
It was going to be an adventure.
Sheila sank back with a sigh,
(To He Continued*
per pound than the ordinary or
milk type breed.
Chairman Aiken also declares
that the approved beef type will
fatten on less than other types,
being- of the opinion that year
lings will nearly double the gain
on the same amount of pasturage
and feed than tho less approved
types will do. It is for these rea
sons, he asserts, that the animal
has been placed on the county
home farm, with privilege of free
service being extended.
There is no substitute for
newspaper advertising.
SUNSET VIEW
" SUNSET VIEW, Jan. 26.—Mr.
and Mrs William Bishop of Up-i
ward spent a part of last week
v.-ith the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Bishop.
Mrs. Mary Jackson is visiting)
her daughter, Mrs. Hiram Staton
at Valley Hill this week.
Mrs. B. H. Morrison and chil-1
dren spent the day Thursday with
j Mrs. Monroe Jackson. J
J Misses Bronice and Alone Jack
son spent Monday afternoon at1
the home of Mrs. A. C. Jackson.
Mrs. Tate Newman, spent Tues
day with her sister, Mrs. Spurgon
Bishop.
John Case, of the Big Hungry
section visited at the home of W.
J. Bishop, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Jackson vis
ited with Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Mor
rison, Sunday.
Mr. an(j Mrs. Ashworth Stepp
are visiting relatives in the Dana
section for a few days.
Bobbie King, of Dana, spent
Sunday ni^ht with his daughter,
Mrs. Ashworth Stepp.
Mrs. A. S. Jackson and daugh
ter, Alene, spent Friday after
noon at the home of Mrs. Lillie
Morrison.
SHIPPERS WANT
RATE REDUCTION
WASHINGTON, Jan. 26 (UP)
—Demands for reduction of rail
road freight rates to a basis com
parable with the present low com
modity prices will be presented
soon to the Interstate Commerco
commission by organizations re
presenting a 'arge portion of the
nation's shippers, it was learned
today. , , w
THE NEWFANGLES (Mom 'n Pop)
Bv Cowan
1
T'S BAD ENOUGH
WHEN A MEMBER
OF YOUt? OWN
FAMILY SMASHES
THIN&5
AROUND THE HOUSE,
SO YOU CAN IMAGINE
HOW COUSIN GERTIE'S
CHILD STOOD WITH
GLADYS, AFTEP
SHE HAD SCW\K5LED
THEIP NEW
READING LAMP
tSN'T THAT TOO BAD?
WE'LL BUY YOU ANOTHER
ONE, COUSjN GLADYS
CASSIE IS SO PLA/FOL->
SHE DIDN'T
MEAN TO -—
BPEAK IT
El)T THEY EXPECT TO
C W HERE • HE'S BEEN
ASKvNS ABOUT A BEDROOM
WHAT CAN WE DO ?
SOttE PEL AT IOJ 3 OF MiNE- I
REMEMBER HEAPING TUP
NAME,BUT I DCWT KNCW THFM
FROM ADAM—AND THEIR BRAT
BROKE OUR ;.OVELV UTTLE
^ — " X LAMP! ^
Wi-K) tN
THE HECK
ARE THEY
GET RID
OF
THEM |
I'M J
Woo>
eoOJAN
OUT OUR WAY
HE.V '•
By Williams
~/oo
"The. v^orrv wapT c 1933 OY NCA si
.57. w
s. Pkt.orr. f-H
FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS
—By Blosser *
- ■ "IS
©5 THE.
TWISTING
WATEPSDOLFT
WMIQLED OM
ToWAPD THE
SELKCEEF,
BILLY
' BOWLEGS,
WITH RIFLE
IW HAND,
BP AC ED
HIMSELF
OKI r DECK
o
t O
eOSH, OUCLE HAERV
TH15 \5 AWFUL I'M
GETTING- ALL BAUGED
UP —D'YA THiKJVC
WE HAVE A
CHAkiCE?
I HOPE SO-THI5 16 THE ) I
IW0G6T I'VE EVEJ2 ^VTHIUK. t i
SEEM-I WOWDEB / HEABD A
I WHAT BILLY WANTED ) SHOT JUST
1 WITH THAT RIFLE? / THEW
...ANOTHER OKI
THAT MUST BE. BILLY
BOWLE&S, SHOOTING
THAT D1FLE. OF
VOUDS //
why / the. EOAT'5
STEADY.... she
ISN'T BOLL IMG
LIKE. she. was//
YOU'GE. GIGHT
HMM —THJS IS
NOTHING SHOCT |
OF k MIRACLE — J
I WONDEC WHAT
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