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Want ads are always cash In adva' xcept to business men or concerns having accounts with *h:s newspaper. When wart ad are charged the rate :« It'v an i 5c per line. 20c and 10c * er line, and 30c and 15c per line. For Sale —Antor and Accessories k'lNTER TUNE-UP is our special ty. (iiay & Huggins. * ) N T I FT WINTER catch you? let us supply your car with F"i-«I Anti-Freeze, Zerone or Prt'st'-ne. Shipman Motor t*o.* OUR ANNUAL CLEAN UP : i ! of those used cars in rca'iTv>s tor showing no* .1939 Fords: : V-s Tudor Sedan. !• ; V-n Tudor Sedan. !-:>.S Y-s Coupe. !•> A Touring. '. \ 1 upe. rumble scat. • V > Cabrolet. Y > 1-2 Ton Truck. SH1PMAN MOTOR CO. GOOD LATE MODELS !•■']: Model A Coupe. !' ") t :-.ov: .-lot Coach. ' Plymouth Coupe. i* ; Plymouth 2-door Sedan. j1:::? I>od:re ;-door Sedan. CITY MOTOR & SALES CO. * Corner Main and Seventh SSTALL GLASS in your car and K c : weather; also r;i : automobile and accessories. Louis Wl'...-v.. >. vcrth Ave. E. * ■ Chevrolet Coach. Plymouth, -l cylinders. IJ !♦!'!» Ford Coach. f OIXON MOTOR COMPANY • [ DEPENDABLE USHD CARS Plymouth Coach. p32 Buick Sedan, real clean Plymouth Sedan tato Sales Co., Fourth and King* )LR ARVIN HEATERS will keep you cm for table. Book Pres ton«' now and avoid a shortage. Midcity Tire Co. * ?—Houses and Real Estate l 1 ROOM COTTAGE. $800 cash "i on terms. Needs $100 rt-pair?. Ves, it's even got a tarh and heating plant. It's • "ly about 12 years old and n-nt.> r'«>r $10 per month. Buy it—impair it—and you won't take si.'OO for it. BROWNLEE Inmrance Si Realty Company * l—Livestock and Poultry :0R SALE—Good, all-round work ^no's". " I." care Times-News. 4—Seeds and Plants OR SALE- -Pedigreed bearded [ *wheat. Grown from V - "d. Planted fall 1937. ; <hel cash. Flem Mc ,,r4' , A:r Port St., Henderson ^ville, X. c. ? • ♦ 5—Foodstuffs FrE$H COUNTRY EGGS, 35c !j'z-• oork sausage 21c .lb.; prea^fi- • bacon, 28c lb. Fresh bread, rc .s 4c, cakes, groceries. L'pen over week-end. Mace's, ^anujya St. ' ' 6—Business Services f0RTY-ONE THOUSAND dol 1 ;c funds invested with June. We have plenty for home loans. Eight I'iaeed in Oct. File your "ii today and get vour mptlv. First Federal & Loan. _J Gilding financed — Don't not having j the b 'hi. repair, modernize •■'10 if you can show good "d and income with <'/ 1 ; v on monthly basis. ' 1 suggestions about - ; ^e.:cies. Henderson & Coal Co. Phono FIRETENDER STOKER—Install ed in your home at new reduced prices. Three years to payJ i Hcndersonville Hardware Co. * | wmmmmmmmmmmmm— 50 CENTS, cash, for dry cleaning* I and pressing plain suits ana dresses. Free delivery. Alt kinds of laundry work. Miller's Cleaners & Laundry. 120 4th Ave. E. Phone 153. ALL KINDS DYE SERVICE, hat cleaning and blocking and laun dry service. Plain suits and dresses dry-cleaned for only 50 cents. Call E. L. Roper or C. C. Collins at Superior Laundry. Phone 142. . * 8—Auction Sale AUCTION SALE—On Nov. 3 at 11 o'clock will sell at public auction at the homo of H. A. Case on Chimney Rock road in Henderson county, for cash the following articles: 2 mules, 2 horse wagon, I-horse wagon, and a variety of farming tools, 250 bushels corn, fodder and tops. One Maytag washing ma chine. One S-ft. show case. Mrs. H. A. Case. 9—Personal Property GET A NICE CAMERA with film and complete developing outfit, only §3.69. Lyerly's, 420 N. Main. , * 10—Transportation LOCAL, long • distance nauling; agency for Allied Vavi Lines to and from any place in U. S. Wile Transfer Co. Phone 121.* 11—Household Goods FOR SALE—Solid rosewood up right Chickering piano. $75 cash. 790-W. 13—Merchandise RANGES, circulators and heaters. See us for these. We have a •rood stock and they are priced right. Let us take care of your cooking and heating needs. Walker Hardware Co. " ADDING MACHINES—Our new Remington Hand portable ma chine is a knock-out. See it demonstrated. Charlie French, I Jeweler . * TEXACO SLATE SURFACE shin gles make roofs distinctive in , design and substantial in wear ing quality. Sold by all Hen dersonville dealers. J. H. Rea ben, Agent. * WOOD — Kindling, cooking and heater wood. Any kind you want. Promptly delivered. Rea sonable prices. M. K. Coxl Phone S48. Third Ave. E. * AT LAST—Every home can have a colorful and permanent TILE BATH without removing pres ent floors and walls. Economi cal and quickly installed. Not a wallboard. Phone 856-R for a representative to call and sub mit free estimate. Skvland Til£ Co. 623 Fifth Ave. W. * LADIES' SPECIAL—White shoes dyed black 35c; British tan and brown 50c; leather taps 15c; hale sole 50c and 75c. Shoe half sole 50c and 75c. Shoe Shop, next to A. & P. * 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. * 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 OR TRADE—Good used pipeless furnace. Also used baby carriage. Henderson villc Hdw. Co. Business Opportunities SMALL BUSINESS; $800 capital; requires part time; now paying; owner leaving town. Reply 'R,' care Times-News. For Rent • 16—Apartments 6-ROOM unfurnished apartment, steam heated. 3 bedrooms, bath, kitchen, dining room and living room. In Morey building on Main St. in heart of city. Phone 343. ♦ APARTMENTS — Steam heated, gas, water, electricity, ready-to go. 631 Main St. * 17—Houses SIX-ROOM HOUSE, furnUhed, newly decorated. Good condi tion. See Millers. Phone 153.* FOR RENT — Small hou.e, 1 1-2 miles out Greenville highway. Can reduce rent by working on place. "H," care Times-News. Wanted 30—Male or Female ANYONE — Quick Christmaa money. $200 and FREE set for selling 9 Encyclopaedia Britannicas. Leads furnis'hed, sure-fire training. Write E. B., Inc., Press building, Washing ton, D. C. 40—Miscellaneous WANTED — Old stoves, ranges. Will trade radio, lumber, roof ing; brick, tools. Bring 'em on. Get what you want. Govan Hvttatf. Cherry St. * Special Notices NEW ROOF FOR WINTER—Now is the best time to put it on. Seq us ,for roofiqg,.' materials. H«ndcvs*>nville , Luiubcu- Co. Phone 13. ?*ear I>opot. * OPEN PACOLET j RIVER BRIDGE JJMUl . S itv v Span Is Named for C. M. Howes; He and Wife First to Cross It TRYON, Oct. 31.—The now concrete bridge crossing Pacolet river just north of Try on was of ficially opened Friday mornipg by R. L. Riddle of the state high way department. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Howes, for whom the bridge was named, were the first to cross it in their car. The bridge is about 100 feet long, with a roadway L'(» feet wide and a raised sidewalk for pedes trians on both sides. It will serve a heavy traffic from South Caroc lina and Florida to Asheville and the north, as well as join together two important sections of Polk county. Marking it are two bronze tablets, one at each end, naming it Howes bridge. Mf. Howes has made his home at the northern end of the bridge 40 years, and was for some time a member of the township road commission, which built the first Macadam road from Tryon to Lynn and the Pearson's Falls road to Saluda. The new Howes bridge is a i tribute to the work of civic clubs, a number of interested citizens, to State Engineer Hugh Noel, and Highway Commissioner T. Max Watson of Spindale. Under Mr. Watson's adminis tration. improvement has been made in roads to the Coxe plan tation, Poors Ford and Mill Spring sections of Polk county, giving a populous district all weather roads; and throughout the county to Cooper's Gap, Fork Creek, Howard Gap and other sections work has gone forward las fast as the money and mater • ial were available. PROGRESS MADE ON GIANT LENS MOUNT PASADENA, Calif.. Oct. 31.— (UP)—Major parts for the con struction of the telescopc on (3000 feet Mount Palomar, which will be topped off with the 200-inch 'eye', are being handled in 100-ton lots. The first lot of 100 tons has ar rived. and the final lot will arrive in November. The entire telescopc •will be set up by the end of the year with the exception of the 'eye,' which is still being polished. | ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ BUILDING NEWS Published By I RIGBY-MORROW CO. BUILDERS' SUPPLIES Lumber . . . Millwork Fourth Ave. E. Phone 97 Building activities continue brisk . . . We list below a few of our many customers other than contractors who have been using building materials recent ly ... H. C. Hcots, C. C. Col 1 Hps, Ernest Lyda. Joe Freeman, John Hudgir.s, J. E. Gonce, F.. W. Ewhank, H. A. Nuckolls, Mrs. J. W. Newman, W. C. Mc I>lralh, Everett Clouse and X. j Ray . . . To be continued tomor I row. 3ft 2ft ^ DENTAL AID ONCE, GIRL IS FILM STAR . NEW YOKK, Oct. 31. (UP).— , Dentist's ol'l'iccs afford excellent classrooms to ^tud.v character, de clares Louise Campbell, now screen star, who would revise the order of procedure for America's young; J!il'l.s who covet a Holly wood career and seek seriously to prepare for the attempt to enter a studio. "People let their hair down when they visit the dentist," said Miss Campbell while here attend ing; the Broadway opening: of her new picture. "Men With Wings." "Their facial expressions change and their real character presents iteclf. I consider the three years , I spent in one dental office in ! valuable to me today in my act ing." Girls with the Hollywood urge are also advised by Miss Camp bel lthat teaching: is far better than studying: in a dramatic school. "As a teacher you have to demonstrate your own theory and naturally you master it in all its details." On her own road leading- to Hollywood she spent several years teaching drama in St. Michael's School, Chicago. Too much time is wasted on hair and makeup by the average girl, according to Miss Campbell, who advocates one minute for street makeup—rouge on lips and a couple of dabs of powder-^-and two minutes to get the hair in shape. William Toward Taft was edu cated in Yale. 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 jtify all persons having claims against the estate of the said de c-cased to exhibit them to the un dersigned at Arden, N. C.j' R. F. D. 1, on or before the 24th day October, 1939, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recov ery. All persons indebted to said estate will please maHe immediate payment. This the 24th dav Oct., 193S. MILDRED PT'ESSLEY LANCE, 10-24-Mon-6tp Administratrix. Love in Jail r Love laughed at locksmiths, but Dan Cupid wept over the broken romance of Lula Uelle Kimel, daughter of the Lexington, N. C., iail keeper, shown here as she sat dejectedly in court where she was sentenced co GO days in jail. Lula handed over the keys to her father's jail to a convict who said he loved her. The escaped prisoner, James Godwin, was captured. OLD FIRE HORSE'S PRINT IN CONCRETE FRKDEIilCKSON. N. !!., Oii. 31. (UP)—Hollywood movie stars have nothing- on "Bill," a veteran fire horse. When they lai da new pavement in front of the fire station where the horse had been posted for 20 years, they brought him out of re tirement and made an impression of his hoofs in the concrete. Above them they wrote his name. ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE Having qualified as administra trix of the estate of Cleotis My ers, late of Henderson county, this 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, 1930, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make settlement with the undersigned. September 26, 1!>38. MRS. SARAH MYERS, Administratrix Estate of Cleo tis Myers. 9-26-Mon-6tp OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS THERE'S SOME KIDS CUT TNERE SI2IKJ0 UP OUR. GATE HIMGES... SO I'M LETTIW' THEM THIfOK I'M GETTIKJ* T7\ RE^DV FOR. 'EM SLEE? rrry IF VOL) ^ WBREW'T TOO LAZY TO TAKE IT OFF? \l| VOU COULD BR IMG TH' C?ATE IK) TH' HOUSE AMP / GET SOME / 1 ill / |Wrttti TTnih'iir room THIDTV veajzs too sooki t. m. mo. u.«. «t. COPH. 1938 BY NCI " ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE | Having qualified as administra tor of the estate of Alice Crook, late, of Henderson county, this is to notify all persons having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before the 81st day 01 October, 1939, or this notice will be plead I cd in bar of recovery. All per sons indebted to said estate will please make settlement with the ! undersigned. This October 31, 1938. J. M. CROOK. Adm. Estate of Alice Crook. 10-31-Mon-6tp ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE Having qualified as administra tor of the estate of Emma Wil liamson, this is to notify all per sons having claims against said | estate to present them to the un i dersigned on or before the 17th day of October, 1939, 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. 6t-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, 1039, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of recovery. All persons indebted to said estate please make settlement at once with the undersigned. This October 17, 1938. L. li. PRINCE. Adnir. ('. T. A. Estate Mary E. Randall. 10-17-Mon-Gtp ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE Having qualified as administra trix of the estate of Mrs. P. W. Hart, late of Henderson county this is to notify all persons having djjims against said estate to pre sent them to the undersigned on or before the 10th day of Octo ber, 1939, 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, 1938. Nellie Hart, Adx. estate of Mrs. P. W. Hart. 10-10-Mon-Gtp. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Henderson County vs. Rev. R. B. Anderson and wife, Anderson. By virtue of a decree of the superior court I will sell, at pub lic auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the courthouse door, Hendersonville, N. C., 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; Deed Book 100, page 203, all of record in omce 01 newsier ux Deeds of Henderson county. This 10th day of October, 1938. M. F. TOMS, Commisisoner. 10-10-Mon-4t. NOTICE OF SERVICE OF SUM MONS BY PUBLICATION State of North Carolina, County of Henderson. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT BEFORE THE CLERK J. H. Tinsley, Administrator of John Henry Pace, deceased, Plaintiff, vs. Mrs. Carter Levi, et al., Defend ants. The defendants, Buford A. Pace, Louise Pace, Geneva Kem ble, Nallie Kemble, Leonard Pace, Lila Mae Afjnuw, Homer Ajjnuw, Alice Fay Pace, Gennett Pace and Buren Hipps, 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 Pacc to ntake assets to pay debts; and the said defendants will further take no tice that they arc required to ap pear at the office of the clerk of the. superior couit of said county in the courthouse in Henderson* ville, N. C., within thirty (HO) days after the 7th day of Novem ber, 1938, and answer or demur to the complaint in said\action or the plaintiff will apply\to the court for the relief demanded in said complaint. . \ , This the 8th day of October, 1938. GEORGE W. FLETCHER, Clerk Superior Court, Henderson County. 10-10-Mon'*4tp MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE Lovie s red Up IHUMl'SUJN Ai>JI lAiiL JyeA akjd JACK. DBAS WHITEY FROAA THE PLAUE, WHICH HE HAS JUST LAUDED 3V SHEER If^STIKJCT AFTER BEIM& WOUWDED INJ HiS AIR. DUEL WITH "THE SPIDER^... DO WHAT YOU CAM FOR HIM, myra-while i climb IM AMD RADIO THE SQUADROKJ FOR HELP/ — — klEKT MOMENT A FLIGHT OF ARMY PLANTS ShTTS OUT TOWARD TVl£ , BORDER.... lO *3' ,v "" ** T M ,Ifl u * HT< ATJlY OOP That Makes It Unanimous By HAMLIN , x MV GOSH, OOP-DINNVLL SHAKE FOOZVSV pooR 4JTTIJE KAKKV JUBi™ pieces// DC kakkv gaveI "SOMETHING, C THe V»-. CANl"CHfV? POOR LITTLE FELLK?- ) w.^. i-m-m irr ! ' THE ?UM-AROUNO" abruptly ex pired IA>HEN ALLEV OOP'S -.-DINOSAUR K CAUGHT OP | WITH HIS ■ mentor tew*. 01 DA BIG Of BRUTE AWRIGfVT, ^NBITE UMS TAIL ? AW, DlNNV / THAT'S \ KAKKV - THAT - ENOUGH NOW-i MEAN OL THING// CUT IT OUT/. ^ ^ ; , (VOU BIG 50-N-S0 OF A BULLV.' WHVMCHA PICK ON SUMPIN VER OWN SIZE ? NEXT TIME I'LL TAKE MATTERS kI(ST0 MV OWN HANDS, fcVV UNNERSWV? B NOW GIT THIS, VOU BAT-EVED RUNT/ - TH' NEX' TIME VOU GRAB MV ^ DINNV'S DINNER, ILL BAT |TH' STUFF I N%5 OUT A VOU MV5ELF, VMEAR? V t2 •A*? .'1 -•V.TK V COPP. f938 BV NEA SERVICE, INC. C. U. S. PAT. OFf.'Al FRECKLES AND HIS FRI ..... J;, P WHAT EVER. HAPPENS > THAT GUY MUSTNT-<5Br INTO TUB SMAOYSIOE- „ _ , KINGSTON f Dowr GAME ! A ' WORRY— routo PlND NO, AND NEITHER Helpful Dudle; ■j*1: KEEP "THAT BLINDFOLD ON AND DONT PEEK.' THE lALTED CIRCLE MUST.; YOUR. ( DO NT WAY * EVEN OUTTA /KNOW 1 DOES "THESE t WHERE FRECK HILLS . .WE', ( LES I Alone /are! By BLUSSKK we'll Just Leave HIM HERB ! HE'LL NEVER GET HIS DIRECTIONS STRAtSHTENEO OUT/ * I Think A 0OOD KICK IM THE PANTS .. FROM EACH OF US MIGHT CONFUSE HIM A LITTLE MORE !