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When ad are charged the rate acd 5c per line. 20c and line, and 30c and 15c For Sale itof and Acessories ■X)D LATE MODELS ■odei A Coupe. ■levrolet Coach. ■ymouth Cuupe. ■ymoutfc 2-door Sedaa dge 4-door Sedan. B MOTOR a SALES CO. • Bner Main and Seventh ■ALE—Good small car and r. $225. Winter in Flor Shell Station, S. Main. ftlAN WINTER »• "just id the corner," and we are Come in and get your .-ady. Radiator cleaned, hose and Prestone. Gray Iggins. Phone 284. * GLASS in your car and uc.'ar -wOui. wither; ftlso lete lire of automobile and accessories. Louis ns. Seventh Ave. E. * Chevrolet Coach. Plymouth. 4 cylinders. Ford Coach. )N MCTOR COMPANY * ENDABLE VJSID CARS ymouth Coach. nick Sedan, real clean vmouth Sedan Lies Co., Fourth and King* IV1N HEATERS will keep konii'ortab.'e. Boo.< Pres pow and avoid a shortage. Fy Tire Co. - *' )Qses and Real Estate >.M COTTAGE. $800 ca»h DO on terms. Needs $100 ■s. Yes, it's even got a and heating plant. It's about 12 years old and for $10 per month. Buy ?pai.- it—and you won't I -"00 for it. BROWNLEE :e & Realty Company |iustock and Poultry UP if you want purebred oijfc-. Seldon Osteen. * |5AIE OR EXCHANGE, pair of mares, wagon and '• V. C. V. Shepherd. " 'Seeds and Plants L ___ 'ALE- -Pedigreed bearded | ster wheat. Grown from ^ seed. Planted fall 11)37. j bushel cash. Flem Mc »Air Port St., Henderson X. c. • 5—Foodstuffs FISH—Battery-fed, ten t's. other poultry, eggs, irales. all kinds of wood. |- Cox. Phone 848. Third £. * COUNTRY EGGS, 35« ' Pork sausage 21c lb.; oast bacon, 28c lb. Freah |> rolls 4c, cakes, groceries, lover week-end. Mace's, to St business Services j'JS or blankets laundered J '«til Nov. 1st. Miller's 7' & Cleaners. Phone ^-OJourth Ave. JL » 8UILD1NG BOOSTER, ouse plans, now diatri I i« ^rom our office. . ln> get your copy, also y JiUr ^ome Builders Li iV^wct the plan you wish, . furnish you the most l, °^' home loan that can First Federal Saving? ^DS DYE SERVICE, bat JL and blocking and laun £n'« Plain suits »nd ^ gleaned for only 50 toilin ^ ^ Roper or C. It I4<,at Superior Laundry^ MULLER H. FURNACES — PrZ pare now to have your work done before the rush. Call us for estimates. Hendersonville Hardware Co. ♦ BUILDING FINANCED —P®*'t worry about not having the cash to build, repair, modernize your home if you can show good credit record and income with ability to pay on monthly basis. See us for suggestions about loaning agencies. Henderson ville Supply & Coal Co. Phone 800. 9—Personal Property GET A NICE CAMERA with film and complete developing outfit, only $8.69. I.yerly's, 4*20 N. Main. ♦ 10—T ransportatioK LOCAL, long - distance Hauling; agency for Allied Van Lines to and from any place in U. S. i Wile Transfer Co. Phone 121.* j 13—Merchandise AT LAST—Every home can have a colorful and permanent TILE I BATH without removing pres ent floors and walls. Economi cal and quickly installed. Not a wall board. Phone 856-R for a representative to call and sub mit free estimate. Skvland Tile Co. 623 Fifth Ave. W. * WEATHER - PROOF barn, and sheds may be made so, inex pensively with Texaco roW roof ing. Sold by all Hendersonville • dealers- J. H. Reaben, Agent.* LADIES' SPECIAL—White .hoc. dyed black 35c; British tan and brown 50c; leather taps 15c;' hale sole 50c and 75c. Shoe | half sole oOe and 75c. Shoe Shop, next to A. & P. * j JEWELERY, silverware, cleaning and repairing of time pieces; various jewelry repairs. Pur chases on lay - away plan. Charlie French, Jeweler. ROOFING—Now is the time to put on that new roof for win ter. Roll roofing, composition shingles, galvanized roofing, metal shingles. Priced right. Walker Hardware Co. * SALE ON HOSIERY—Fir.t qual ity Full Fashioned, 2 pairs SI. Ladies' first quality seamless 10c to 29c. Men's fine hose 10c to 35c. Laurejdale 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. * SAVE 25% on circulators and heaters from *$235 up. ReTIabftS Furniture Co. "More value for your money." Phone 1036. Op posite Courthouse. * 15—Miscellaneous FOR SALE OR TRADE—1 com mill, crusher, sheiler, engine, belts and pallies. Complete out fit. Telephone 524-J. 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, Landrum, a c. :.y w y | For Rent 16—Apartments FURNISHED Apartment*, $10 and $12 per month for winter. Furnace. The Gables. Third Ave. Phone 372-J. ■ FURNISHED APARTMENTS, 4 rooms with private bath ami private entrance. Phone 388-J. I APARTMENTS — Steam heated, I gas, water, electricity, ready-to rto. G3l Main St. * / 7—Houses FOR RENT—6-room house, com pletely furnished in Laurel Park. Phone 965-W. ^ SIX-ROOM HOUSE, fuAuhed, newly decorated. Good condi tion. See Millers. Phone 153.* 19—Rooms With Board DIET-REST-HEALTH. Boarder., $10, $11, $12 up weekly. Bat tic Creek methods. Message, hydrotherapy, irrigation, baths, etc. Reasonable rates. Floral Gardens, Hendersoijville, mile beyond Dana. . Wanted 26—Salesmen, Agents SHOE SALESMAN WANTED, Give experience. "S.S.," care Tiufes-News. ' 1 > 30—Male or Female ANYONE — Quick Christmas money. $200 and FllEE set for selling & Encyclopaedia Britannicas. Leads furnishea, sure-fire training. Write E. B., Inc., Press building, Washing ton, D. C. * 31—Real Estate WANTED TO BUY mw wjat 5 or 6-room cottage; modern, in good residential section. P. 0/ Box 223. " ' ' 40—Miscellaneous WANTED — Old *toves, ranges. Will trade radio, lumber, roof ing, brick, tools. Bring 'era on. Get what you want. Govan HJrder. Cherry St. * * ** * * y # # * * BUILDING NEWS Published By RIGBY-MORROW CO. BUILDERS' SUPPLIES Lumber . . . Millwork Fourth Ave. E. Phone 97 The Crab Creek Baptist Church was the first church to accept our special offer to Churches on paint ... If your church needs painting, see us quickly . . . We have the Sher win-Williams line. + ^ jf. If. Lost and Found 42—Pets and Livestock LOST—2 young pointer bird dogs. White, liver spots. Name Jef fress on collars. Finder notify P. D. Daltor., Brevard «Rd.. and receive reward. Phone 1090-R.* LOST—Black and white fox ter rier, in vicinity Barker Heights; answers to name of "Jiggs." Finder notify Jennings, phone 940. * Special Notices PERSONAL ll/fl? VT OLD AT 40! GET PEP. "lTlJ-i.il New Ostrex Tonic Tab Ms contain raw Oyster invigo ratoi> and other stimulants. One dose starts new pep. Value SI.00. Special price. 95c. "Call, write Justus Pharmacy. NEW ROOF FOR WINTER—Now is the best time to put it on. See us for roofing materials. Henderson ville Lumber Co. Phone 42. Near Depot. TUNG NUT HARVEST BEGUN IN MISSISSIPPI PICAYUNE, Miss., Oct. 27.— (UP)—Harvesting of the tung nut crop in Pearl river county has been started with hundreds work ing to supply the increased de mand of paint manufacturers for tung oil. The manufacturers are worried about the effect continued hostili ties in China may have on the tung industry in the Orient. In 1937 the United States imported 175,000,000 pounds of tung oil from China. Tung tree farmers in Pearl riv er county say this year's crop will approximate 5,000 to 6,000 tons of nuts, with production of 400 pounds of oil per ton. There are more than 80,000 acres of tung trees planted in Pearl river county ana additional 20,000 acres are to be planted iJjis. winter. . _ This fall's harvest of tung nuts is expected to be the largest ever produced in the United States. Chemists agree there is a rich fu ture in development of the indus try in this country. The principles of mass produc tion were seen and practiced more than a century ago, and have been in continuous use ever since. Virginia Youth Is 'Star Farmer' Hunter Roy Greenlaw (above), who operates a 435-acre farm near Falmouth, Va., once own ed by George Washington, was j named "Star Farmer" of Amer- i ica at the American Royal Live stock and Horse Show at Kan sas City. With the title goes a | $500 prize and designation as a • peer of the 171,000 Future j Farmers of America. FLETCHER HIGH TO CONDUCT BENEFIT FLETCHER, Oct. 27. (Special) A benefit Hallowe'en party will be given at the Fletcher high school on Friday evening at 7:.'i0 o'clock. There will be a sta.;e show under the direction of C. R. Sor rell, member of the hijrh school faculty, for which there will be a I small admission charge. The party will be open for all. The members of the grammar school faculty will be in charge of the different attractions. Mrs. Horton will have charge of the cake-walks; Miss Sue Lanning of the fortune teliin^ booth; Miss Wolfe and Miss Hruce will have a grab bag; Mrs. Greene and Miss Sales will have the fish pond; Mrs. Lance and Mrs. Dockings will have charge of the games in table ten-1 nis. The bearded lady will be I shown by Mr. Ponders. Mrs. Cor pening and Miss Seals will have charge of the refreshments. GOLFER ERRATIC r WICHITA, Kas. (VP).—A gdlf er who was none too sure of his control but had the foresight to be prepared for emergencies was sought by police for the theft of a bushel and a half of gold balls from George Matson's driving tee here. The golfer apparently didn't need any clubs because several new sets near the golf balls were not touched. REV. BOLICK, NEW FLETCHER PASTOR, IS EXPECTED SOON FLETCHEli, Oct. 27. (Special) At the recent session of toe >v ext ern North Caroli^i conference of the Southern Mfthodist church held at Charlott#, the Fletcher church figures in one of the chang es made in the Asheville district. The Rev. J. II. West, who has served the church for the pc.st t\. ■> years superanniu^ed after forty nine years of act wo service in the ministry. The church wa% removed from J the Fletcher-Mills River chat e and made a circuit with Raliour and Skyland. The Rev. H. K. Ho-1 lick, who has just finished a term | of four years' service as uastor of the Mieaville Methodist church, has been assigned to this charge. The Rev. Mr. Bolick with his family will arrive here in a few days and will take up thoir resi dence at Mountain Home on the Asheville-Hendersonville highway. SOVIET DECORATES OFFICERS, MEN FOR ASIA FRONT SERVICE MOSCOW. Oct. 27. (UP).- The piesidium of the supreme Soviet of the I'.S.S.R. has conferred decorations on hundreds of red aimy'officers and men who par ticipated in the far east border li.uhtinn with the Japanese :.t Changkpfeng last summer. In addition the -1 Oth rifle di« i sion was awarded the order of Lenin. Tne possiet Bay frontier dctaohment and the 32nd rifle di vision received the order of the red banner. The title "Hero of the Soviet Union" was conferred on 2G com manders, political workers, phyri cian.4* and red army men for "ex emplary fulfillment of battle tasks and heroism." , The order of the red banner decoration was deceived by the Knashan Region Army Corps Commander Shtern, division Com missar Semenovsky, and Brigade Commander Pychagov "for suc cessful guidance of operations." Other orders and medals were presented to more than 500 mem bers of the commanding and ad ministrative personnel r.nd the rank and file. HOLLYWOOD FILM SHOP By ALEXANDER KAHN United Press Staff Correspondent HOLLYWOOD, Oct. 27. (UP) a plegsant one. She was one of those^voices that surest over sized adenoids. Mabel appeared on the radio and her role usually was that of the annoying "little sister" who refused the proffered dime and remained in the parlor to haunt a romancing couple. That role was but one in her repertoire, but it stuck. And what is more to the point, motion pic 'TELL ME TH TRUTH \ NOW... WAS THAT > A SCHEME OF YOURS OF LETTIN' ON THAT STUFF WAS STOLE, SO KOONFIXER WOULD HURRY AND BORROW TH' MONEY TO MAK£ YOU PAY HIM 'FOA, TH STUFF YOU WAS , KOLDtN' IN HOCK? , OUT OUR WAY By WLLLlAMs WHY, NO... AND HOW WAS I TO KNOW HE'D GET THE MONEY - FROM YOU? YOU SHOULD INVESTIGATE WHERE YOU PUT YOUR MONEY BEFORE, 2" / TER/ com£ on •••don't ^ ADVERTISE THAT WE ARE SAPS I I SEE OUR FUTURE. - PLAIN BEFORE US*« WE'LL BE IN TH' GREAT MIDDLE CLASS THAT HAS , i TO KEEP ON MAKIN i MORE TO INVESTIGATE WHERE TH'LAST went/ % *.*»i BY HEA INQ. THE SUCKERS T. M. REC. 0'. S. FAT. OFF tu re producers discovered she had the pet visage, appearance and gestures to accompany the voice. Hence Mabel Todd, screen co medienne, came into existence. She dispenses a brand of comedy that is homely and natural wheth er it is set in a Park Avenue abode or a sharecropper's hut. So Mabel brought her blonde tresses and lisping whine to the Samuel Goldwyn lot where she plays a sparring comedienne with Patsy Kelly in "The Cowboy and the Lady," which co-stars Gary Cooper and Merle Oberon. And Mabel fits her part. Her nose has the constant look that some one not so long ago was holding a handkerchief to it with the command "Blow!" The camera and the sound re cording apparatus both trim the years from Mabel. She photo graphs like a girl of 16. R6und blue eyes greet the entire world with a look of ingenuousness that is, however, fraught witff explo sive deviltry. Maybe it's the lisp—just enough to be detected. Maybe it's the way she speaks her lines. Maybe it's because she looks exactly as one would expect a troublesome and unthinking gamin to look. But it all adds up to the fact that Mabel is one of the most active featured comediennes in pictures. She probably could play roman tic leads. She is shapely and could —with a glamour-girl make-up and costume — exhibit those charms which are easily measured in box office returns. But she wouldn't give up her career as a painstaking pest. I Which means that Mabel al.sq is a smart girl to cash in on some thing she alone has to offer in stead of being just another lead ing lady. MRS. O'LEARY S COW 1 HAS NEW DEFENDER' ST. JOSEPH. Mo., Oct. 27. — (IP).-- Mrs. O'Leary's cow did not start that fire in Chicago, ac toiding to a sin of the second man to reach the scene in 1871. "My father always insisted that there was no lantern in the O'Lcary cowshed, and that no one, not even Mrs. O'Leary was in the shed at the time," William I'\ Ouaney said. The elder Quaney always be lieved, his son said, that the fire .started from spontaneous combus EXECUTRIX NOTICE Having qualified as executrix of the estate of Harry Bowne, Jate, of Henderson cQunty, this is to notify all persons having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or .be fore the 22nd day of September, 1939, or this notice will be plead ed in bar of recovery. Ali persons indebted to said estate will please make settlement with the under signed. This Sept. 22, 1938. WINIFRED P. BOWNE, Executrix Estate of Harry Bowne. 9-22-Thurs-6t -4— tion of green hay i.i the O'Loary cowshed— but vhtt wasn't the cow'r fault. SIX-WORD WILL PROBATED LANCASTER, la. -r- (UP) — Mary 1). Keefe left one of the shoitest wills over probated here. Sine wrote: "I leave everything to my sister." i NOT|CE TO CREDITORS Having (|ualifie<l as administra tor of the estate of V. J. Hill, de ceased, this is to notify all persons having claims against the estate of the said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned at Hen dersonville, X. G., on or before the 29th day of September, 1989. or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. This 2i#th day of Sept., 1938. THOS. H. FRANKS, Administrator Estate of V. J. Hill, Deceased. !>-29-Thurs-6t-p ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Huving qualified as administra tor of the estate of Veta Bell Mitchell, late of Henderson coun ty,' this is to notify all persons having: -claims apcninst said estate to present them to the undersiz ed on or before the 6th day of October, ] 939, or this notice will \ be pleaded in bur of recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make soiiiement with the undersigned. This October C, 1938. J. E. MITCHELL, administrator, estate of Veta Bell Mitchell. 10-6-Thura.-6tp MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE Good Boy> Whitey g>UT WHITEY, W5 FACE A &*OOP STREAKED AAASK, GRIMLV STEELS HIMSELF FOR A LAST "DESPERATE ATTEMPT.... BOSS.1 HE'S IKJ A POWER "DIVE -HEADIMG ! RIGHT FOR US; WE'RE GOING TO COLLIDE !M MID-AIR./ Bv THOMPSON ANM t;OLL 7HE SPIDER AMD BEt/SOU' *V SIRuGjGLE 1M THE COCKPIT, THE BLACK BULLET &QAB.S EA&THMZO lM A CCAZy GPlM/ I GOT FOR VUH, SO VOU CAN GROW OP T'BE Bl&'M STRONG ^ LIKE OINNV/ ^ ALLEY OOP rCMON NOW, KAKKV( HA*—.' NOW fM GONNA HAFTA GAT THIS NICE FOOD, DIG Up 5UMPIN TOR OINNV [ HE 5 GO^IAIA MAD. The Other Fellow's Cake is Sweeter By BLOSSER EVERYTM/N6 SET? Yep ! they peu- no*. IT 1 GET The CARS REAE* and the robes—and LET EOWB DO AU~ THE - TALKING ! LET5<90/ ft £ _flfL