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Boarders, Roomers And Housekeepers Are Seeking ComfortaMe Winter Quarters. Tell Them Of Yours With A Classified Adv.
Times-News W ant Ad Kates , r ^ for this size type for portion; half price for [■'.> : t insertions. rate—*1 a line (this - typ^>: minimum of five (a word this size type v insertion; half lCp fcr subsequent inser r l z word for type this pe ifirst insertion; for each addi ! ;; executive inser T :::• • .marsre, 25c. ,-\5SIF!0 DISPLAY RATE 60c per inch f : •' Hanks and Trib .' are accepted at » v-!. p0 " * "-'k for information • vfi" ads. a<? they .. Cer;fiiential. made. The Times •m-:ble for only ■ . insertion. The -• .in>ih!e for sub • < The adver *:T immediately • n* reeded. • H ad» taken over r. • ■ • -Tirtment closes 'aerification po : r o guaranteed r hour. v : N o always cash In : to business men : s paving accounts • - • vspaper. When ■ •• charged the rate v r ine, 20c and • " f. *nd 30c and 15c line. For Sale and Accessories it-t Coach. _ P ;th. I cylinders. . iuh. V \ • TOR COMPANY ABLE USED CARS A Coach k Sedan, real clean "•h Sedan » Co.. Fourth and King' AR\ IN HEATERS will keep table. Book Pres r ■ v and avoid a shortage. • Tire Co. * COOD LATE MODELS ■ .I'i'.-k-up. F'!l'y: .'h. :>i • ith lX'Luxe Foidor. i , ;ta Coupe. V • -it r. 2-dmu- Sedan. ;e I-door Sedan. TV MOTOR & SALES CO. * Main and Seventh ' ! L GLASS in your car and I'm* cold weather: also . . he.--, ing :»lant at a bar Louis William*. Seventh * it oases and Real Estate Lrcains recommended I BY S. MAXWELL: I I puent. balance I percent ithly $3250 ii house. -J bl- ck- from pc^t iee. lot 100 ft. front. All es and street assessments t! in fuil. Terms 20 percent h. balance 1 percent month Price $1-150 lot, Main St., 20 percent h. balance 1 percent month Price _ $1500 re farm. 4 miles from Hen i-onville, good house in oak ve. good barn, other good [buildings. 8 acres cultiva s. 4 acre- timber, 40 good a trees, other fruit. Price ek sale $1650 JT1FUL BUILDING SITE— r - out, in Dana- -13 acres. n cultivation. New garage etment. RROWNLEE urancc & Realty Company * •RES, Brevard highway, all »'•> -I. >pring, nice knoli. good el.crricity, ideal home L. Briggs, Henderson s'. Rout" 4. * restock and Poultry ;boats for sale. A. W. \ .st Shoo. —Seeds end Plants ! SALE—Pedigreed bearded 1 1 f.<at. Grown from 1 : Planted fall 1937. cash. Fiem Me : i'ovt St.. Henderson l- * l'S for your seed wheat, win • ..:ui -laiLey. Farm °n. 5—Foodstuffs o-der to introduce • salitjr sausajre, we i!- i with every $3 ... M locerics or meats in October. Market, Greenville ra • !H cOU.\TRY EGGS, 35c J 7'- >au3ago 2JLq lb.; -on, 28c lb. Fresh cakes, groceries. v.-i-v-k-end. Mace's, "•-xa St. Easiness Services in last winter's Ikfl drv aImI MULLER H. FURNACES — Pre pare now to have your work done before the rush. Call us for estimates. Hendersonville Hardware Co. * HOME BUILDING BOOSTER, with house plans, now distri buted free from our office. Come in, .tret your copy, also consult our Home Builders Li brary, select the plan you wish, and ret us furnish you the most satisfactory home loan that can be had. First Federal Savings & Loan. * WANT TO RE-FINANCE? 1 can rake care of your wants on well located residential and business properties for good percentage of appraisel. $2000 minimum. Long term loan. Jno. T. Wil kins. Agent. * ARCH SUPPORTS—Made from the impression of your foot. Tanner's Kushiontred shoes bring joy to walking. Dr. IT. F. Branstetter, next door to State Theatre. * 9—Personal Property STEEL HAWAIIAN GUITAR. Jackson Wood Yard, home of good wood and kindling. Earl B. Jackson. Phone 1. 10—T ransportatior; LADY wishes reliable driver to Leesburg, Fli., for transporta tion Oct. 20th. References ex changed. Mrs. J. W. Miller, Laurel Park. LOCAL, long - distance Ttauliny; agency for Allied Van Lines to and from any place in U. S. WQe Transfer Co. Phone 121.* 10c TAXI 10c—Between 4ih and 5th, on Church. Phone 91. * 13—Merchandise CHRISTMAS SHOPPING is in or der by using our easy, lay-away plan. Charlie French, Jeweler. Between Patterson's and Hot Spot." * SEE OUR SUPERIOR Fireplace [ Heat Circulator; gives more even heat, circulates air in room, heats adjoining rooms and requires less coal than old type fireplaces. Hendersonville Supply & Coal Co. Phone 800.* IF YOU are carrying water at home, STOP NOW. Let Gray & Huggins install a new electric pump. Phone 284. 107 S. Main I St. * SALE ON HOSIERY—First qual ity Full Fashioned, 2 pairs §1. Ladies' first quality seamless i0e to 2i>c. Men's fine hose 10c to 35c. Laureldale Hosiery Service. 118 Sixth Ave. W. • SAVE MONEY NOW on bi? stock of Star Brand solid leather shoes, just arrived. Take advan I tage of extra special prices. The Racket Store. * SEE OUR STOCK of movie and candid cameras. Trade in your old camera on a new one. Movie or still. Lverly's, 420 N. Main* FALL PLOWING, etc. See us for ; Vulcan plows, drag and disc harrows, Avery plows and Avery pull cut mowing ma chine. plow points for all makes of plows. Walker Hardware j Co., Phone 670. * SAVE 25on circulators and heaters from $2.95 up. Reliable Furniture Co. "More value for your, money." Phone 1036. Op posite Courthouse. 15—Miscellaneous WOOD—Have opened wood yard to rear of our store and have i wood for $1.00 and up a load, delivered. All kinds of wood, slabs, cord, heater, cooking, or kindling. M. K. Cox. Phone 8-18. Third Ave. E . * For Rent 16—Apartments APARTMENTS, rooms for house keeping. Furnished or unfur nished. Dr. Dixon's Home, Third and Fleming:. APARTMENTS — Steam heated, gas, water, electricity, ready-to £0. 631 Main St. * 17—Houses SIX-ROOM HOUSE, furnished, newly decorated. Good condi tion. See Millers. Phone 153.* 19—Rooms With Board WAVERLY GUEST HOUSE — Look now for winter accommo dations. Reasonable rates. Steam heat. 783 N. Main St. Louise C. Killen, Mgr. WANTED—Winter boarders. Re duced rates. Steam heat. Sun day dinners a specialty. Mrs. I. C. Arledge, White Pine Inn. DIET-REST-HEALTH. Boarders. $10, $11, $12 up weekly. Bat tle Greek methods. Massage, hydrotherapy, irrigation, baths, etc. Reasonable rates. Floral Gardens, Hcpdersonville, mile beyond Dana. Wanted 28—Help (Male) LARGE national corporation de sires local sales representatives. Earnings start about $22.50 per week. See Mr. Pearson, 7 to 9 tonight at Skyland Hotel. 29—Help (Female) WANTED—General house maid. Apply Woodlawn, Flat Rock road, after 6 p. m. BUILDING NEWS Published By RIGBY-MORROW CO. BUILDERS' SUPPLIES Lumber . . . Millwork Fourth Ave. E. Phone 97 — Galvanized 5V crimp roof 1 customers last week include Mrs. E. F. Harley in the Clear Creek section, H. P. Corwith of Saluda, Mrs. C. E. Leach of the Tracey Grove community, Henry Gillespie of Mills River, and Emma Kenredy on Fourth ave nue east. If you need a roof you should see us. ^ ^ ^ ^ .?• j LADY COMPANION for month. To share expense. Phone 215-J. 32—Rooms and Houses NICE large bedroom, 2 beds, pri i vate or connecting bath, kit chenette, steam heat. Best ref erences. Mrs. H. F. Howell, Hast Flat Rock. 34—T ransportction ! WANTED transportation to Mi ami for couple, October 17-18. • Phone 304-J. 40—Miscellaneous / WANTED — Old stoves, ranges. Will trade radio, lumber, roof ing, brick, tools. Bring 'em on. Get what you want. Govan Hyder. Cherry St. Lost and Found 43—Personal Property FOUND—Ring on Main St. Owner may obtain by identifying and paying for ad. Special Notices DANA SWEET POTATO HOUSE is now open. BIGGER CORN CRIB—See Hen dersonville Lumber Co. for lum ber, roofing, etc., required to build it. Phone -12. Near depot. _! 50 CENTS for dry cleaning and pressing plain suits and dresses. Cash prices, delivered. All kinds of laundry work. Miller's Cleaners & Laundry. 120 4th Ave. E. Phone 153. Indians of British Columbia be lieve that the raven is the source of li^ht «nd life, and that the "killer" whale can turn itself into a man. WILL FAVORS CALIFORNIA CHICO, Cal. (UP).—The lat.e 1 George E; Lobdell of this city re mained faithful to California even in death. His will just filed for probate, reads; "If 1 should turn up my toes before my wife does. I wish her to have the use of all my property during her life, provided she sees fit to remain iu California." Estonia's automobile industry is prospering. LAW IN FORCE 1u. '**.! 3s New Deal's Most Ambi tious Effort Since Death of NRA (This is the first of a series of dispatches explaining1 the new wage-hour law, which becomes ef fective October 24. The informa tion was supplied by speeches of Administrator Elmer F. Andrews, discussions with 11 is stuff, and pamphlets issued by the wu^e houi divison of the department of labor. — Editor's note, United j Press associations.) By WILLIAM K. LAWRENCE United Press Staff Correspondent I WASHINGTON, Oct. 11. (UP) : The New Deal's most ambitious attempt to stabilize and improve working conditions since 1:!ie death t f NKA becomes effective Octo ber 24. It is the new wage-hour law, of ficially known as the Fair Labor Standards act of 1938. and ad ministered by a mild-mannered, former civil engineer, Elmer F. . Andrews, who has the greatest power of any federal administra tor since General Hugh S. John son ruled URA. Not even the wage-hour divi sion is exactly sure what indus tries will be covered by the new statute which was enacted after a lengthy congressional battle, ! but officials say that "in a gen 1 eral way" the statute applies to the following: 1. Employes engaged in pro ducing, manufacturing, mining, handling, transporting or in any manner working on goods moving in interstate commerce. 2. Employes engaged in any process or occupation necessary to the production of such goods. 3. Employes engaged in inter state transportation, transmission or communication. It does not, , however, apply to seamen, or em ; pioyes of airlines, street ca.-, tno I torbus, interurban railways. The I hour provisions do not apply to ! employes of railway, motorbus, ' and truck carriers which are reg ; ulated by the . Interstate Com j merce commission. After October 21, every em ! ployer in an interstate industry i must pay at least 25 cents an ! hour and pay time and one-half i for all work in excess of 44 houi;s j per week. The next year, the bom ; limitation above which time and ; one-half must be paid drops to 4:2 ' and tlie third year to 40 hours i and in seven years, the minimum wage must be 40 cents an liQur. But a minimum wage rate ol 40 cents an hour may be neces sary in certain industries long be fore the end of seven years. Con gress provided for industry com riiittees, composed of equal mini , bers of the public, labor and em i ployers, who may recommenc ; Jailer's Daughter Is Freed on Bail Sobbing her remorse, 22-year old, 175-pound Lula Belle Kimel above, pleaded guilty to engin eering the escape of two desper ate criminals from the Davidsor County jail at Lexington, N. C. then in charge of her father Thomas Kimel, who later resign ed in humiliation. Given a six ! ty-day sentence, the girl wh< succumbed to the prisoner's flat I tery and promise of reform ws: freed on $200 bail pending con> firmation of her sentence by .• higher court. higher want's than 2 > cents hut not move than 40 cents if tiiey will not curtail employment. To date, only one industry commit tee—alfectinj- 1,800,000 wage earners in the textile industry— has been appointed. The wage-hour administration has issued a 15-page pamphlet en titled "A Ceiling for Hours, n Floor for Wages and a Break for ■' Children." which may be obtained ! by writing to the Wages and : Hours Division of the Labor l)c ; partment in Washington. ;U.N.C, Alumni To ! Keep Anniversary " CHAPEL HIM., Oct. 11.—Uni versity of North Carolina alumni ' are laying plans to observe the j l'45th University day on October ] 12 i't various points in the state 1 and in several cities outside ' North Carolina as well, according io announcement today by J. Mar yon Saunders, University alumni : secretary. The Chapel Hill celebration will i be centered about exercises to be j held in Memorial hall here at 1 I i o'clock Wednesday morning when 'Mark Ethridgc, Louisville, Ky., OUT OUR WAY Ky WILLlAMa ^SJOj/V.ORE FOR. THEM THE: BLA'2.IM<3 HEARTH SHALL BURKJ, NOR BUSY HOUSE WIFE PLV HER EVEMIKJCt care"...thats whut education DOE5 - MAKES VOU FEEL ' THINGS DEEPLV-VERV "DEEPLY.... I FEEL AWFUL SAt? AM' BLUE RK3HT MOW LOW, VERV DOWM AMD LOW/ ev hEEP ONJ AM' YOU'LL. BE DOW J INJ THERE WITH 'EM/ ,-JLWXi \'f u l\\i" '-"J " v ' J ' ' • ' i By SERVICE. INC. 7. M. REG U S ( %^-r v\|,Nv ^-. DEEP STUFF J.R.'AliUlA'^ J news p;t nor publisher, will speal. 1 on "The South and lis Prospects/' The customary memorial services to university alumni \yho have •lit.(I during: the past year will he a part of these exercises. Greensboro alumni will hold their banquet tonight, with Prof. 11. (J. liaity and Prof. O. K. Corn well as speakers. The Wake county alumni have invited Mr. Ethridge and Coach Kay Wolfe as their speakers for a meeting in Raleigh on October 12. Mecklenburg county alumni will gather also October 12 in Char lotte with J. Maryon Saunders, alumni secretary, as their Chapel Hill representative. Other North Carolina groups that have reported plans for Uni versity day banquets include Hen derson. Albemarle. Rocky Mount, Sanford, Lexington and Harnett i county. Out of state meetings are sched uled to be held in Washington, L). C., with Dr. R. D. W. Connor, United States archivist, as speak er; Knoxville, Tenn., Bristol, Va. Tenn, Atlanta, Ga.. Birmingham, and Richmond. New York alumni are holding their annual fall banquet on No vember 12 when the Carolina football team plays Fordham uni vt rsity. Bulgaria's government - owned Pernik coal mines are producing j 16 per cent more fuel than a year 1 ago. DEEDS FILED • Activity in the Real Es tate Market in the Last Week P. H. Justus et ux to J. \V. Owenby et ux, tract Henderso.n ville. Noah .S. Good to Marinda Whiteside et al, .'50 acres Mills River. Hi tider. enville Building & Loan Aes'n. to Karl B. Jackson, lot Cherry street. Maijorie A. Potvvin to Marga ret M. Law, lot No. 1 Sunset ClilV Subdv. Home Owners Loan Corp., to Carroll C. Drake et ux, lot King street. Gurney P. Hood. Commr. of I Banks, to H. P. llodges, 1!) acres Hendersonville township. J. H. Drake et al, Commr., to Belle Hamilton Trantham «'t al, several lots Crab Creek township. Nellie M. Davis et vir to P. I. i Kithcart, Indian Cave Park. M. J'1. Toms et al to H. A. Thompson, tract Crab Creek road. M. R. McCown et ux jto I.. A. Gioce, 2 tracts Green Kivei-town ship, and Saluda township. Polk i county. I. C. Faulk et ux to Katherine iFiceman Noffz, lot Midway avo ir* rMTV All nue. Board of Education of Hender son County to Preston P. Walker et ux, tiact Hoopers Creek. J. B. Lamb et ux to Sidney T. ! Justus et ux, 'JO acres Edneyville. Realty Purchase Corp. to H. M. Burnett, iot Church street. Edmund Rhett et ai to Loti Moultrie Rhrett, 2 tracts Hender ^onville township. Unified Debenture Corp., to Realty Purchase Corp., et al, lot Church street. Realty Purchase Corp., to W,, M. bishop et ux, lot Washington street. N. L. Crisp to L. C. Youngblood <l ux, 100 acres and lots 1 and 2, Hoopers Creek. Susan Youngblood et al to N. I.. Crisp, 8 1-8 acres, Hoopers Crec^i. T. C. Abernethy, Commr., et al to State Trust Co., lot 233 Druid Hills. Janet M. Reid to Annie J. Re id, 4 lots Mount Royal. I). T. Jones, Jr., et ux to Dan L. Smith, lot 5)4, block C, Bat Cave Manor. Board of Education of Hender son County to Otto Owens et ux, tract Hoopers Creek. Realty, Inc., to W. B. Hodges et al, tract Hendersonville town ship. Mrs. Christina Ehle to Mrs. Lu cia Viola Hester, lot Kighth ave nue west. J. S. Summers' et ux to T. F. Seitz, 75 acres Edneyville town ' ship. nn/\M i \Tn ivif I MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE Whitey latches ")n WAT 3AY, MVCA-NJOW VOU SEE LOVlE. iS OK AY, YOU LAK MAYBE STAV HERE TO KEEP OS COMPAMY TILL WHITEY BRINGS TAKE. YOUR. FILTHY HANDS OFF HEE, yOU, OR I'LL...*--1 c— WHITEY, MY FRAM ' EES A | 1 GOOD THlMG FOR YOUR A, HIDE I WEED CASH SO J ^ BAD, OR.... J , 1 gsm* V / ' vNV' 4 / ~ - i ^ / nL - r V,',Li IT&y - PLEASE GO PEACE FULLY - FOR My SAME. YOU'VE • 30T TO BRIMG THAT MONEY BACK TO SAVE LAV ERE - — ^ 7 iHslD£RS?A&3? oy ( VEAH»*» ' SURE, I YOU'RE. IRIGHT/ 'lilUiWrDUH AIXJJ VAJLiLf AMD THEM, AS WHITEY (5 £S~ T .AY CORTED RACK TO THE PLANE, HE MEKJTALLy COUNTS TH5NUM8SR. OF STEPS FROKA THE OLD STONE MARKER. TO THE CORRAL F^JCE ■ iO-lt COFR. 1930 8Y VEA SejVICE, INC.,T. M. REC. U.9. MT. OFf. ? I W* />. ALLEY OOP NOW WATCH THIS - HERE WE GO.' SOMEWHERE OUT THERE LURKS \ML|P# A FOOL-KILLER/ OH, ME? T'THINK } Y' A SMART FELLA LIKE ME WOULD > COME TO SUCH AN END/ Opposition ' (NOW THAT WE'VE ] STAMPEDED, TH V 0^ fqr TRASH, WELL 60 ! TO WORK ON TH ; CERRV.' WOW/ WHAT A STEED HE'-L MAKE VOUl. OUT A THOROUGHBRED\ THAT'S WHAT'S^ ' NEVER MOVEDr By HAMLIN MOVlAI' NOW— FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS No Love Lost i/UDLEY A/AS SOME SCHEME UP HfS . SLEEVE.' If You Tcll. him that me and MY PALS ARE PAYiN© FOR THIS DANCE , WE'LL HOLD OOT The do Lie h [ WA/'' WHAT DOBS IT MATTER WHO'S GtVlNe IT ? FOUR BUCKS A PIECE IS POUR. - ■ - -—. A . t 1 I COULD Turn out BETTER. MUSIC WITH A LARGE SPOON AND A PLATE OF / SOU P.' •J^Y ^<£2/^ MELLO. June — I see You're SLUMMING AOAfN/ 1-^1 s&zi. / Mello, FRECKLES By BLOSSEK I HOPc. I'M NOT SWELL- HEADED, BUT THE MORE 1 SEE THAT WANGLE GUY THE BETTER j HE I LIKE (GROWS MYSELF// ON ^PeOPLE, EDDIE — AND ^ SO DO f WARTS.'