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I Times-News Want Ad Rates y a word for this size type for fi-st insertion; half price for subsequent insertions. \f ithly rate—$1 a line (this si.v type); minimum of five lines. i4r a word this 9ize type for first insertion; half price for subsequent inser tions. c s 6c a word for type this size for first insertion; half-price for each addi tional consecutive inser tion. Minimum charge, 25c. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY RATE 60c per inch Cards of Thanks and Trib : > K ^cct are accepted at 2c r>. wer 1. Do nc* nsk for information r keyed", ads, aa_they L- confidential. J' error is made. The Times k' sponsible for on.y , >rrect insertion. The i r is responsible for sub F «-rtions. The adver t } notify immediately ( corrections needed. No classified ads taken OTtr |,-!>*niione. ad department closes r :i. and classification po t will not be guaranteed t hat hour. | :it ads are always cash In i v except to business men i cerns having accounts k this newspaper. When h ad are charged the rate : _• and f>c per line, 20c and r line, and 30c and 15c B ! ne. For Sale I 1—Antor and Accessorie ■ p. I'F.R TUNE UP is our spo ■ • y. Gray Hugxins. I GOOD LATE MODELS B' Chevrolet Coach. ■ Plymouth DeLuxe Sedan. I . >uth DeLuxe Fordor. • 7 Plymouth Coupe. ■ mouth 2-door m Podsre -l-door Sedan. ■ CITY MOTOR & SALES CO. ' I Corner Main and Seventh ' Chevrolet Coach. I _ Plymouth. I cylinders. I I Ford Coach. I DIXON MOTOR COMPANY ' ■ DEPENDABLE USED CARS ■ Plymouth lVI.uxe Sedan, i J Buick Soii-.v.. real clean I Plymouth Sedan | . to Sales Co., Fourth and Kin*' D R \R\ IN HEATERS will kce( I' u comfortable. Book Pres I ri"\v and avoid a .shoa;Use ■ ?•! doitv Tire Co. , * : .ti? I5TALL GLASS in your car am I re for cold weather; als< I- i m heating plant at a bar I I.ouis Williams. Seventl | Ive. E. —Houses and Real EstaU \W ' IFUL "BUILDING SITE e.~ out in Dana: 13 acres I c ultivation. New jrara^v I .out. BROWNLEE Insurance & Realty Company I ROOM NEW HOUSE and 2 loti oar Balfour, be finished week. Small cash pay balance monthly. Win. 4—Seeds and Plants )R SALE- -Pedigreed bearded F-tlo; r wheat. Grown from ^ i< >ood. Planted fall 11)37. - ' bushel cash. Flem Mc '• • Air Port St., Henderson viile, \. C. ... \ * ['• tS for your seed wheat, win . rye and- barley. Farm 's Federation. * 5—Foodstuffs 'ESH COUNTRY EGGS, 35c ! ork sausage 21 e lb.; • on. l'Sc lb. Fresh •>lis 4c. r*ker~groceries. owr week-end. Mace's, p- '~i St. Business Services (f* TERV1 LOANS —Sec me L' • .'j.'V $2000 minimum. «'ixhm. Aynt. * l0STv SOOTY WEATHER :1|e laundering more i. , n?;' ■ ( all C. C. Collins ' and the Superior solve your laundry i>:une 142. * blankets laundered ■\"ov. 1st. Miller's vV •Ikaneis. Phone "th Ave.' E. * LDING BOOSTER, lans, now distri '! om our office. - ' your copy, also Home Builders Li he plan you wish. -•! you the most ■ne loan that can 5: Federal Savings ^Personal Property camera with film .outfit. I yorlyV, 120 N. * MULLER H. FURNACES —Pre pare now to have your work (ione before the rush. Call us for estimates. Hendersonville Hardware Co. * 10—Transportation LOCAL, long - distance hauling; agency for Allied Van Lines to and from any place in U. S. Wile Transfer Co. Phone 121.* 13—Merchandise * ENJOY UNIFORM temperature i through the installation of ' Chamberlin M e t a 1 Weather Strips. Cut fuel bills 20 per cent to 40 percent. Free esti ) mates. Terms. Sky land Tile t Co. Phone 856-R. * TEXACO ROOFING will save you money and expensive repair work. Assures long life and high quality; also composition ^ shingles. Sold by all Hender \\ sonville dealers. J. H. Reaben, t Agent. ^ JEWELERY, silverware, cleaning and repairing of time pieces; L various jewelry repairs. Pur chases on lay - away plan. Charlie French, Jeweler. WEATHER STRIPS —We have several kinds of strips that will j keep out the cold, conserve fuel and keep house more comfort able. Inexpensive and installa tion simple. Hendersonville j Supply & Co;il Co. Phone 800.* ROOFING—Now is the time to put on that new roof for win- j J ter. Roll roofing, composition i <hinjrles, galvanized roofing, . metal shingles. Priced right. Walker Hardware Co. 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. 11S Sixth Ave. W. * SAVE MONEY NOW on bij» stock of Star Brand solid leather shoes, just arrived. Take advan ' tage of extra special prices. I The Racket Store. * SAVE 25% on circulators and heaters from $2.95 up. Reliable Furniture Co. "More value for your money." Thone 103G. Op Iposite Courthouse. • * 15—Miscellaneous FOR SALE—29 sruage galvanized roofing, $3.90 per square. Geo. E. Nissen 2-horse wagon, $75. 1-horse wagon, $48. Best for less. J. C. Brown, Landrum, S. C. For Rent 16—Apartments ''APARTMENT — 2 or 3 rooms, first floor. Close in. 213 S. ,1- Church St. lAPARTMENTS — Steam heated, ' I sras, water, electricity, ready-to 11, ' jro. 031 Main St. * J| 17—Houses j) SIX-ROOM HOUSE, furnished, I newly decorated. Good condi tion. See Millers. Phone 153.* J 19—Rooms With Board | •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 WANT TO BUY young registered Guernsey heifer. Will Dalton, Route 2. 40—Miscellaneous WANTED — Old stoves, ranges. Will trade radio, lumber, roof ing, briek, tools. Bring 'em on. Get what you want. Go van Hyder. Cherry St. * WANTED—100 Men! Friends and relatives of persons buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery to help , build a road and clean burial and church grounds, Wednes day, Oct. 2<>. Dinner served free to all. If you can't come, please send a substitute or a donation of money. J. M. Drake, general delivery, Hen dersonville. Lost and Found 43—Personal Property BLACK LEATHER billfold. Find er return same to Times-New^ and receive reward. Special Notices NEW ROOF FOR WINTER—Now is the best time to put it on. See us for roofing: materials. Hendersonville Lumber Co. Phone 42. . Near Depot. WOOD — Kindling, cooking and , heater wood. Any kind you want. Promptly delivered. Rea sonable prices. M. K. Cox. Phone 848. JThird Ave. E. * STOKER SERVICE. All makes serviced and repaired. Sky iantl Radio & Appliance Store, II6 West Fifth Ave. SWEET potato growers attention. Hundreds of new boxes while they last. Plenty of storage space. Closing date, Wednes day, Oct. 2(5. Dana Sweet Po tato House. BUILDING NEWS Published By, RIGBY-MORROW CO. BUILDERS' SUPPLIES Lumber . . . Millwork Fourth Ave. E. Phone 97 "Yes! you guessed it. $2.50 per thousand feet minimum in crease in manufacturing cost when wages-hours law becomes effective October 24th," says a lumber company in Georgia. . . . We have anticipated this 1 and have recently unloaded 12 car loads of material . . . Do your repairing and building now. 1 * i r ; , N Gov. Johnston Grants Only Five Outright Pardons COLUMBIA, S. C.. Oct. 24.— (UP).—Governor Olin D. Johns ton is extending clemency to con victs in South Carolina's state penitentiary at such a rate as to rank him with those chief execu tives who have rarely granted clemencies. At the outset of his administra tion, Johnston announced he would not grant excessive paroles anil pardons. Now,, with three and a half years of his term behind him and only a few months remaining, rec ords in the secretary of state's office show Johnston has issued 135 paroles during his tenure. He has pardoned outright only five. He has recoked eight pa toles and commuted 10 lie lias pardoned 13 for the purpose of restoring citizenship, lie has re prieved two and suspended sen tence on two. The clemency file shows ' he- e comparat ivc figures: In 11)35, Johnston's fir>t* year in office, he paroled nine, pardon ed none, revoked four, commuted one and reprieved two. The second year he paroled 13, pardoned four, commute 1, one suspended sentence on one, par doned two for the purpose of re storing citizenship. in. 1D.37, iK' paroled (>5, pardon ed nine, revoked one, commuted none, pardoned seven for the pur pose of restoring citizenship and suspended sentence on one. ' So far this year he has paroled 57, pardoned one. revoked one, commuted eight, pardoned f'>ur for the purpose of restoring citi zenship and suspended none. LONDON DANCING FREE . LONDON. (UP)—All London soon will be dancing its way to health—free—if a plan inaugu rated by the London County Council is passed. The council is instituting free public dancing in the parks. For two hours iti the evening all comers may dance to the music of a good dance band supplied by the council. Inroads On Jute, Market By Cotton Usage Increasing Cotton Wr^ping for Cot ton Bales Gains Mo mentum in Georgia ATHENS, Ga., Oct. 21. (UP) The proposal to use cotton bag ging instead of .iute foV wrapping cotton bales is gaining momentum throughout the cotton belt, ac cording to the Georgia Agricul tural extension service. The plan was first offered by Harry D. Wilson, Louisiana com missioner of agriculture and pres ident of the National Association for Increased Use of Cotton. Wil son wants bales wrapped in cot ton bagging to increase lint con sumption. Wilson also wants red, white and blue bagging used to call at tention to American cotton pro duction. C. G. Garner, Georgia exten sion marketing specialist, has re ported that the plan is receiving "wholehearted support" of many) Georgia cotton mills, gins and cot ton merchants. Garner said 2S) Georgia mills' had advised the Cotton Textile I Institute of the Cotton Manufac turers Association that they will pay farmers for the seven and a half pounds difference in the av erage gross weight of a bale j wrapped in cotton and one wrap ped in the heavier jute. Some mills, Garner said, are making up the poundage differ ence by adding points to the mar ket price. Wilson proposed enactment of a congressional appropriation .to offset the apparent loss to grow ers which would be caused by the j »ross weight system in event use of cotton bale coverings becomes prevalent. "The only way for this cam paign to use cotton for bale wrap pings to succeed," Garner said, "is for cotton processors, ginuers. and merchants to make allow ances for the lighter weight of tare when purchasing cotton j wrapped in cotton. "Unless this is done, the farm ers who use the cotton bagging will be penalized. "1 am-, glad . to be uble .to say I that an initial survey shows that many important units in the cot ton industry of Georgia are giv ing whole-hearted co-operation ! and support to this mvoemeirt. The campaign is going places in i Georgia if we can continue to j?et the support of the industry as a ! whole." LIFE LONGER IN AUSTRALIA CANBERRA. (IT).—Life tab ulations completed here show that the chances of living to be 100 years old in Australia are now twice as great as in 1H!)(>. At the same time, the odds against his reaching that age arc still a little moie than 2000 to one. There is a great increase, however, in the number of both men and women who now reach <>5. RIVER FLOOD! FIGHT BEGINS * f- " < Engineers at Work on Mis sissippi Basin Riyers to Avoid Perils MEMPHIS, Tenn., Oct. 2-1.— I (-L'P).—The fight against floods' late (his winter alone: the Missis-1 liver and its tributaries in the'fowl-west already has begun. | United States government engi-: neers, draftsmen and laborers are working' constantly during< low stages to prevent the streams from thundering through embank- I nients when they raise above flood stages. Along the Mississippi, mavy J miles have been taken away from old measuiements by cutting i through .-harp bend:;, ihcrca.dng, the flow of the current which, I during1 time of high water, car- . ries the water off more rapidly. j thus preventing overflows and strains; against leve.es and dikes, j Under direction of the United, States geological i-urvcy. engi- I neeis are takipsytnea^urcnients of; the river to learn its depth, width J and movement with the current. Each day an accounting of (In depth of the water in front of Memphis is given and a report made on whether there are eddies setting in to undermine embank-' ments. 'BARBED-WiRE IS PLANT PROTECTION WASHINGTON, Oct. 24. (UP) Certain farm plants, the agricul ture department reported, have I developed their own type of "barbed-wire entanglements'' to liuit attacking insects. The department said tomato and string bean plants grow tiny hairs on their stems and leaves, j "These spines offer protection J from some insects," reported K. i B. McKinney, an agriculture en tomologist, after investigating a heavy migration of plant, lice at Phoenix, Ariz. "Spines on tomato plants secreted a gumlike sub stance that angled the feet of the insects until they were unable to move, feed or multiply." ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE State of North Carolina, County of Henderson. Having qualified as administra trix of the estate of E. E. Lance, deceased, late of Henderson Coun ty, North Carolina, this is to no tify all persons having claims against the estate of the said de ceased to exhibit them to the un dersigned at Arden, N. C., R. F. 0. 1, on or before the 21th day October, 193'.), or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recov ery. All persons indebted to said I estate will please make immediate payment. This the 24th dav Oct., 1DH8. j j.MILDRED' PKESSI.EY LANCE, riO-24-Mon-6tp Administratrix. OUT OUR WAY _ By WILLIAMS 4/give me ,1. BOOTS AND I I l\ MY saddle 7 COTTON. X FELL TURRIBLE WHKN 1 think OF OUR misspent lives -- FIFTEEN MINUTES A DAY ON ONE 0' THEM GUITARS Ai>i£ LOOK WHERE WE COULD OF BEEN... ITS A GOOD JOB ,1 SPOSE,] BUT TH'COUNTRY IS GETTlN'1 KINDER LOW ON COWS FER THE** COWBOY GUITAR SINGERS- THERE'S TWO FER EVERY COW IN TH' COUNTRY"-- \ WONDER WHUT HALF OF WHUT COW THE" FELLER ^ HERDED vSv¥* THE BEEF SHORTAGE '< J 10-24 J ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE Having qualified as administra trix of the estate of Cleotis My ers, late of Henderson county, (his is to notify all persons having claims against said estate to pre sent them to the undersigned on or before the 2f>th day of Sep tember, 19«'W, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of recovery. All persons indebted (•» said estate will please make settlement with the undersigned. September 26, 11)38. MRS. SARAH MYERS. Administratrix Estnte of Clco tis Myers. 9-26-Mon-6tp ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE Having qualified as administrate tor of the estate of I'mma Wil liamson, this is to notify all per sons having claims against said estate to present them to the un dersigned on or before the 17th day of October, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will make settlement at once with the undersigned. This October 17, 1838. S. P. WILLIAMSON, Admr., Estate Emma Williamson. 10-17-Mon. Gt-p. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as administra tor C. T. A. of the estate of Mary E. Randall, this is to notify all persons having claims against said estate to present them to the un dersigned on or before October 17, lii.'j'J, or this notice will l»t» | pleaded in bar of recovery. All persons indebted to said estate please make settlement at once with the undersigned. This October 17, 1D8S. L. 15. PRINCE. Admr. ('. T. A. Estate Mary E. Randall. 10-17-Mon-0lp | ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE Having (nullified as administra trix of the c;;t:ite of Mrs. I'. V/. Hart, Into of Henderson county this is to notify ;:ll persons having claims against raid estate to pre sent them to the undersigned on or before the 10th day of Octo ber, 1039, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make settlement with the undersigned. This October 10, 11)38. Nellie Hart, Adx. estate of Mrs. P. W. Hart. 10-10-Mon-(»tp. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Henderson County vs. Jiev. R. B. Anderson and wife, Anderson. By virtue of a decree of the superior court 1 will sell, at pub lic auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the courthouse door, Hendersonville, N. (\, November 7. 1938, at 12 o'clock noon, the following property in Henderson county: 1 house and lot Sixth avenue; Deed Book 100 page 202; Deed Book 132? page 251; j Deed Book 100, page 208; all of record in o ffice of Register of Deeds of Henderson county. This 10th day of October, 1038. .M. K. TOMS, C'ommisiBoner. 10-10-Mon-4t.* NCT1CE OF SERVICE OF SUM MONS BY PUBLICATION State of North Carolina, Countv of Henderson. IN TMt: Sl'PERIOR COURT BEFOftE THE CLERK J. H. Tinsley, Administrator of John Henry 1'r.ce, dcceascd, Plaintiff, vs. Mrs. Carter Levi, et al„ Defend ants. The defendants, Buford ^ A. Pace, Louise Pace, Geneva Kem ble, Xallie K em hie, Leonard Pace, Lila Mae Agnuw, Homer Agnuw, Alice Fav Pace, (Scnnett Pace and Bureri Hifipfs will take notice that an action entitled as above has been commenced in the superior court of Henderson county, N. C., to sell real estate of the es tate of John Henry Pace to make assets to pay debts; and the said defendants will further take no tice that they are required to ap pear at the office of the clerk of the superior court of said county in the courthouse in Henderson ville, N. within thirty (30) days after the 7th day of Novem ber, lf»3N, and answer or demur to the complaint in said action or the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in said- cowflkiint. Tbja ctAe 8th day of October, I <>388 " GJDORGK YV. FLETCHER. Clerk Superior Court, Henderson County. 10-l()-Mon-4tp MYRA NORTH. SPECIAL JNUKor.. The "Spider" Outwitted By THOMPSON AND iXiLL ——— — 1 i •; _ - - 1 v—— ' I I rr> . i-r a *'-ri ir" ur-"»f— n* -r a, iyr ^ <a Jack is I COWFROkJTED By "THE PROBLEM OF STOPPING 7ME BAkJDITS FROM REACH ING THEIR. PLAKJE AS THEY USE THE GIRLS TO SHIELD THEIR. ■RETREAT... WE MAK' IT HOKAY MOW, | BEWSOM...THEM WE TEACH J JUST KEEP VOUR EYE Ok] THE OIRLS, JACK |THEV CAN'T TAKE 'EM ALOFT... EM OOlWCb TO TRY AMD CjET ikJ THE rH AIR PIRST/J 1 ALLEY OOP No Comment ? HAVI/NC5 PROVED HIMSELF A DINOSAUR OF '"REAL WORTH_ DESPITE HI5^5jZS, FOOZY'S XWELL,TH WAV HE 5 GROWIN/c ITS TOO BAD \ I i WON'T BE LONQ KAKKV ISiM'T \ KK)W By HAMLIN AH.' SET Vou/ NOW ) •n,WMATCHA GOT T'SAV/ Ok! T' TUIcr O v--— FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS A Pj Nit 'em wa^d, % SMADYblDE// .•y^/,i//ii\/(v/i\i,i \\>\^vV v Freck Makes Good Again By BLOSSEK 7OUCHO°«< go -TQjjCMD^gCK '"A V*0K< *<^1 Me can block WELL, PASS, AND run with it .' , HE'S GOOD - /U^E^ BUT CAN HE ki^k ? ,> The ganaEi MC* ' ' HIS TfeAM NEVER HAS^f :r^(/ - r- c£'3d C$<) vr, 6 T. QEf r - _ ■ 1 < fcSSS>2@]