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For Sale iutor and Accessories [man WINTER is "just jul the corner" and we are Come in. get your car . radiator cleaned, new and Prestone. Gray & fins. Phone 2>4. ID BY for the new ivroJet for 1939. Com soon. Motor Service iles. * Chevrolet Coach. Plymouth, 4 cylinder. Ford Coach. )N MOTOR COMPANY j:ndable usrp cars ILarirair.s. >20 each. Juick Sedan, real clean fly mouth St-dan lies Co., Fourth and Kin** IrVIN HEATERS will keep I'omfortable. Book Pres now and avoid a shortage. Btv Tire Co. * )D LATE MODELS Pick-up. lymouth Coach. lymouth DeLuxe Fordor. lymouth Coupe. ttyiioufh 2-duor Sedan, pdge 4-door Sedan. MOTOR & SALES CO. Fr .Main and Seventh |LL CLASS in your car and ire for cold weather; also ji heating olant at a bar-! Louis Williams, Seventh I K. ♦ I oases and Real Estate triFUL BUILDING SITE— Jle~ out in Dana. 13 acres, cultivation. New -garage rtiiu-rit. BROWNLEE ranee & Realty Company * iiuestocfe and Poultry H JERSEY COW —R. L. J vville, N. C. and Plants SALE—Pedigreed bearded aster wheat. Grown from 'K Planted fall 1987. !•> ; ;-hel cash. Flem Mc Air Port St., Henderson c • JS for your seed wheat, win "at>, rye an(] barley. Farm |Federation. . * 5—-Foodstuffs W FISH of several varieties; • fits*! oysters; also poultry, s tables, etc. M. K. I ph"ne 848. Third Ave. E.* H COUNTRY EGGS, 35c • pork sausage 21c lb.; bacon, 28c lb. Fresh H, ! .)iu .Jo, cakes, groceries. n over week-end. Mace's, luUa St. -Business Services FRANCES count for as •' iaundering, dry clean as they do in p"': ' To appear best call ins or K. L. Roper, at ' aundry. Phone 142.* ^ $^000 and up, Ion® • well located residen business properties. ^ ^ ilkins, Agent. * • B ILD1NG BOOSTER, _ /.'-u-f plans, now distri 1 ' *e from our office. :ret your copy, also j*-' ' Home Builders Li Itct the plan you wish, • 'urnish you the most , y home loan that can First Federal Savings MULLER H. FURNACES — Pre pare now to have your work done before the rush. Call us for estimates, Hendersonville Hardware Co. • OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN is help ing many select choice Rifts for Christmas or other occasions. Try it. Charlie French, Jeweler. 9—Personal Property GRAND PIANO BARGAIN — Would you pay $229.60 for a beautiful baby grand piano? Practically new. Standard make, with bench. Terms arranged with responsible party. Write Credit Adjuster, Box 478, Con cord, N. C., to learn where piano can be seen. * 10—T ransportatioK LOCAL, long • distance Hauling; agency for Allied Van Lines to and from any place in U. S. Wile Transfer Co. Phone 121.* 10c fAXi 10c—Between 4th and 5th, on Church. Phone 91. , * 11—Household Goods FOR SALE — 5-room Circulator coal stove, used two seasons. Fine condition. 1325 No. Oak land St. 13—Merchandise REAL ROOFING WEATHER is here and we have a roof for every purpose from the roll composition, cedar. Super Cop R-Loy and other metals to the as bestos. Let's talk over your roofing needs. Hendersonville Supply & Coal Co. Phone 800. L'j'e our coal. 4 * SALE ON HOSIERY—First qual ity Full Fashioned. 2 pairs $1. Ladies' first quality seamless 10c to 29c. Men's fine hose 10c to 35c. Laureldale Hosiery Service, 118 Sixth Ave. W. * SAVE MONEY NOW on big stock of Star Brand solid leather shoes, just arrived. Take advan tage of extra special prices. [ The Racket Store. * SEE OUR STOCK of movie and j candid cameras. Trade in your old camera on a new one. Movie or still. Lyerly'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 Co., Phone 670. * SPLENDID WEATHER for re I pairing the farm home or out buildings. See us for materials of all kinds. Hendersonville Lumber Co. Phone 42. Near I depot . • * SAVE 25% on circulators and heaters from $2.95 up. Reliable Furniture Co. "More value for your money." Phone 1036. Op posite Courthouse. * 15—Miscellaneous FOR SALE—29 guage galvanized roofing, $3.90 per square. Geo. E. Nissen 2-horse wagon, $75. 1-horse wagon, $48. Best for less. J. C. Brown, Landram, S. C. For Rent 16—Apartments 6-ROOM unfurnished apartment, i steam heated. Three bedrooms, bath, kitchen, dining room and ' living room. In Morey bldg. on j Main St. in heart of citv. Phone i . » I APARTMENTS — Steam heated, gas, water, electricity, ready-to go. 631 Main St. * 17—Houses COTTAGE FOR RENT. Furnish ed or unfurnished. Close in. 409 N. Grove St. SMALL COTTAGE suitable for couple—no children. 609 Con nor Ave. Apply Miss DuBose. SIX-ROOM HOUSE, furnished, newly decorated. Good condi tion. See Millers. Phone 153.* 18—Furnished Rooms NICE, sunny rooms, and board. Good neighborhood. Running water. Heat. Business or pro fesisonal people preferred. Phone 647-J. 19—Rooms With Boa'd DIET-REST-HEALTH. Boarders, $10, $11, $12 up weekly. Bat tle Creek methods. Massage, hydrotherapy, irrigation, baths, etc. Reasonable rates. Floral Gardens, Hendersonville,# mile beyond Dana. Wanted 27—Farm Products WANTED — HATCHING EGGS. We want a few more hatching eggs (heavy breeds) for next season. State now testing our flocks. If interested, must act now. Nice premium over first grade market. Phone or see us tiuick. L. B. Rogers Feed Co. Phone 96 or 894. 66 North Lexington Ave., Asheville, N. C * 29—Help (Female) WANTED—Neat young white girl as second maid, family three adults. Must furnish best ref erence, neatness, reliability. Box 397, Highlands, N. C. BUILDING NEWS Published By RIGBY-MORROW CO. BUILDERS' SUPPLIES Lumber . . . Millwork • - Fourth Ave. E. Phone 97 One of our customers re marked that we built the best cabinet for him that he had ever had made . . . We built another for Mrs. Chas. R. Whit aker ... We made Hot Bed Sash for J. H. Collins on the Flat Rock road . . . The arches and pedestals for the Shipman Jones wedding at the First Bap* list church today were built in our shop. WANTED —Neat White girl for cooking in family, three adults. Write giving experience, refer ence as to character, reliability. Box 397, Highlands, N. C. HELP WANTED —White woman cook to stay on place. Mrs. Ida Cantrell, 127 Alabama St., * Spartanburg, S. C. 30—Male or Female CARETAKER for Osceola Beach Casino. Man and wife. Must have references. R. L. Watson. 40—Miscellaneous WANTED—Good homes for sev erat destitute children of the county. County welfare depart ment. * WANTED — Old stoves, ranges. Will trade radio, lumber, roof ing, brick, tools. Bring 'em on. Get what you want. Govan Hyder. Cherry St. . * Special Notices ,LAUNDRY AND CLEANING de tails are mastered in our mod ern plant, small enough to give attention to the little things and big enough for an efficient, general laundry and dry clean ing service. Miller's Laundry & Cleaners. Phone 153. 120 Fourth Ave. E. WHITE SHOES dyed black 35c, ladies' leather taps (small) 15c, ladies' half sole 50c and 75c. Have your shoes ready for win ter. Economy Shoe Shop, next to big A. & P. DANA SWEET POTATO HOUSE is now open. * THIEF TRIES ARGUMENT YUBA CITY. Cal. (UP). —A thief caught red-handed by a po liceman should not try to run away. Instead the most modern and streamlined thing to do is to argue the policeman out of it. When such a ch.ip here, walking out of a blacksmith shop with a collection of electric drills and welding equipment, was stopped he explained that he was employ ed at the shop, that he had come to work early gave a fictitious name and auto number, and went on his way. Camera Catches Speeders in the Act j No matter how hard ho argues, the driver of the truck in the above picture won't convince a judge he wasn't traveling 60 miles an hour on a 30-mile speed limit highway. A camera on the wind shield of the car following the truck photographed simultaneously the truck, a speedometer (registering 60 miles an hour) attached to the left front fender of the trailing auto, and the 30-mile speed limit sign. It's a new device in the war on speeders exhibited at the National Safety Council Congress in Chicago I SALUDA CLUB HAS PROCEDURE STUDY SALUDA, Oct. 15. (Special) — Miss Elizabeth Avant was hostess to the Junior Woman's club on I Thursday evening when eight member* were present. Mrs. Lewis Pope presided, the president and vice president both being absent. The guest of the evening. Miss R. E. Blair, gave a short talk on Parliamentary Pro cedure, which was followed by the reading of the constitution of the club by the secretary, Miss Euva Pace. A pleasant social hour closed the program. » PEEL IS EVIDENCE PORTERVILLE, Cat. (UP).— A single orange constituted the principal evidence here against two men charged with stealing 15 boxes of oranges. Chief of Police Lee Martin noticed that one of the oranges had a section of the peeling missing. He took it to a nearby orange grove and found attached i.o one of the trees a piece of peeling exactly fitting the missing section. Sewannee Beats Hiwassee Junior SEWANEE, Ten 11., Oct. 15.— (UP).—The* Sewanee Timers won their first sjame of the season yes terday by trouncing Hiwasee Jun ior college, 44 to 0. The- Southeastern conference team rolled up 12 first downs to only two for Hiwassee and scored almost at will. Julian, Lasater and Hall bul warked the Tiger line while Thomas was on the receiving end of Sewanee's seven completed passes out of 13 attempted. Hi wassee tried and completed two fqr a, gain of seven yards. Thomas scored three of Se wajee.s touchdowns, the last on a 13-yard pass from Cochrane, who stood out in the Tiger backfield. The Tigers hopelessly outclassed their rivals in every department of the j;ame. Sewanee's scores were 13 points in the first quarter, seven in the second, six in the third and 18 in the final period. ir 1 /"V j OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS WHAT CAkJ I TO FOR. VOU, VOUMG . AAAM ' I MEED SOME LEC-VKL aDVICF. ...,I LCAMED A BOV aCiME MONjEY OKi A B»KE AMD SOME OTHER THiMCbS, AMD THEY WERE STOLEM.... CAM ,4E MAKE ME PAY FOR. THEM BE FORE HE PRODUCES THE. MOMEY TO REDEEM THEM ? OF COURSE "THEV WERE WORTH MORE "THAM THE ;XvaKJ - BUT "DOkl'T AkJSWER "THAT UklTIL YOU TELL ME HOW MU« ADVICE WILL COST \m._ J>' -|-H£ BACC-AIM HUWTE12- to->5 GAMECOCKS 25, j DAVISON 0 SUMTER, S. C., Oct. 15. (UP) The University of South Carolina Gamecocks downed Davidson, 25 j to 0. before a crowd of 3,000 per sons at the Sumter county fair here yesterday. Henson of Carolina fumbled on Davidson's opening- kickoff, and Davis recovered on the lfi-yard line. On the next play Davis at tempted a pass but Arrowsmith of Carolina intercepted it and ran 90 yards to Davidson's five. Henson took it over for the first Gamecock score. Carolina opened up in the third quarter. Partially blocking Davis' attempted nunt on the 22, Grypo took the ball over in two tries. In the final quarter Clpry drove through the line for a touchdown and Williams passed to Robinson for another. Football Results By UNITED .PRESS University S. C. 25, Davidson 0 Presbyterian 7, Newberry (!. Elon 14, Lenoir-Rhyne 0. Sewanee 44, Hiwassee 0. Auburn 20, Mississippi State •>. Duquesne 13. W. Va. Wcs. 0. Temple 26, L>ucknell 0. Albion 7, Kalamazoo (J. Dakota Wesleyan 35, Aberdeen Lcn • l M Teachers 0. Southwestern (Memphis) !2 Chatanooga U. (i. TRUSTEE'S SALE Whereas, default was made in the payment of the indebtedness secured by thai Deed in Trust ex ecuted by (i. E. SenteM to M. M. Redden, Trustee, dated 20 Decem ber, 103G, recorded in Hook 114, Page 2GG, Records of Mortgages and Deeds in Trust for Henderson County, on account of which the power of sale, after due and prop er notice has become absolute; Now, therefore, the undersign ed will, at the request of the own er and holder of the note, and in order to satisfy said debt, and by virtue of the power of sale con tained in said Deed in Trust, sell, to the highest bidder for cash, at public auction, at the Courthouse door, in Hendersonville, N. C., on 24 October, 1988, at 12 o'clock noon, all the property described in said deed in trust, to-wit: FIRST TRACT: HKCINNING at a stak«* on the bank of the branch in the Morris line and runs S. 5 deg. W. *r>-10 feet to an iron pipe; thence S. 30 deg. K. 412 feet to a rock; thence N. •18 deg. 30 E. 485 to a rock; thence N. 17 deg. E. 247 to a stake at the branch 700 ft. to the point of beginning, and contain ing 7 1-2 acres and being that tract or parcel of land deeded to R. S. Morris and wife Mabel Mor ris by Carvin Realty Corporation by deed dated Jan. 20, 1027 and recorded in book 170 at page 234 of tin* Records for deeds of Hen derson County, N. C. SECOND TRACT. B KG INNING at a rock, corner of Bprgin Har ris tract and the Stevens tract of the Country Club Kstates, in Hen derson county. N. C., and running thence S. 5 W. with the Stevens line 54S ft. to a stake on hank of creek, being the corner of Stev ens, Morris and Kurgin Harris tract, thence N. 15 deg. 30 min. E. 84ft. to a rock corner; thence N. HI deg. 4f» min. W. 822 ft. to the point of Beginning, being a tract of land 11.1) acres more or les>- and being the same tract of land conveyed in a deed from O. V. F. Blythe, Trustee, to K. S. Morris and wife, Mabel Morris, by deed dated Sept. 24, 1927, and recorded in deed book ISO at page 2K4 of the records for deeds for Henderson County, N. C. This 2.'lrd day September, 1938. M. M. REDDEN, Trustee. 9-24-Sat. 4tp. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as adninistra ! tor. of the estate of Clara E. Gar ren, late, of Henderson County, this is to notify all persons hav ing claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before the 17th day of September, 1939, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of recovery. All persons indebted to said eiu tate will please make settlement with the undersigned. This September 17, 1938. H. II. GARRKN, Adm. Estate of Clara E. Garren. 9-17-Sat-6tp MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NUKbfc look uui, spiaer -MOD VOW THAT WE wcxj't be disturbed ■ OH W/TH THE PARTV/ r &ACK AT HEADQUARTE£S\ JACK CHECKS , r.'/TH THfr BUREAU cp | SL,'SV£YS /A/ I BOM /L LA . THEKJ OFFICIALLY THAT FEWCE 15 ACTUALLY IKJ U.S. TERRJ.TO£y, EH ? THASJKf*. THAKJKS a. / m f By THOMPSON AND COLL ALLEY OOP QUICK, FOOZV BEATT IT FOR H(6H OROUND WHILE KAKKV i'EEPS THAT CRITTER BU5V/ Push 'Em Up 'help oinnv? SURE WE'LL BOTH HELP*/ TOGETHER. NOW ERRUH H Mv 1r' ' ;; fK " FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS [ wonder. mow fcTM BAG LEY" LEARN* A Gentle Hint Bur dont vxj worry, FRECKLES ! I'LL LIKE YOU JUST" AS MUCM , > it >-—nmjiuti you" play" r^( Tmanks, on TMe /■/ I SUE/ Wmat'll people . * THINK NOW ? TMtYLAL-i SAY I LET T^e TeAM ! DOWN / AND "THERE'S that little matter OP MY FOOTBALL J! FEUD WITM DUO WA-MSLE! By BLOSSER