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r Last Call For Turkeys. Sell For Christmas. Advertise Them Daily Until Sold. An Adv Would Likely Move Them.
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When pit i 1 are charged the rate 110c and 5c per line. 20c and Dc per line, and 30c and 15c r line. For Sale -Antof and Accessories GOOD LATE MODELS [ ■:>< Chrysler Imperial. > F id Coupe. co i lymouth Fourdoor. 1 i hevrolet Coupe. ■2* Ford Roadster. :iTY MOTOR & SALES CO. Corner Main and Seventh * ■rs steam laundered — ■7 th< advantages of winter I laundering by steam ■a; . spray method. Complete Ba::a:or service also. Smyth's ■ itor Repair Service & Auto B: Laundry. Phone 154. ^'.:d and King. llO ACCESSORIES a* Chriit Irtas gifts go well at Midcity |Tire Co. * GOOD CHRISTMAS GIFTS 36 Plymouth 4-Door Sedan; 13.000 actual miles; extra clean. $ Ford Coupe. SO A Sedan. 54 Ford Pickup. !3 Chevrolet Pickup. !! Chevrolet Coupe. 11PMAN MOTOR COMPANY* A JOYFUL CHRISTMAS i? this the most joyful of all ristmases to the entire fam ; v giving them a new Chev :!>•*. Only Chevrolet gives so r;ch for so little. Pay us a riait to our showroom. »T0R SERVICE & SALES, Inc. enth and Grove Phone 140* OUSTMAS GIFTS—Auto bat "eries, heaters, horns, Prestone or even a good tune-up make ?x. nt Christmas gifts. Gray £ Hi'gins. Phone 284. * GOOD LATE MODELS ' hrysler Imperial. i'. Chevrolet Coach, $95. * j .7 Ply mouths. P.;. mouth 4-door Sedan. Ply mouth, 4-door. CITY MOTOR & SALES CO. * CoMain and Seventh IR ARV1N HEATERS will keep warm. Midcity Tire Co. * CVT LET WINTER catch you? -6* us supply your car with Ar.u-Freeze, Zerone or _£[■"e. Shipman Motor Co.* ^Houses and Real Estate Sale—313 Pine St. Look toy over and submit your best offer. BROWNLEE laturance & Realty Company * DT1CE—150 acres, good 6-rooin ■:usually fine timber, ' - orchard section, lies ®«*ly, hunting. Sell or swap, er. W. C. Hinsdale, *r-x i-7. Hendersonville. ^Livestock and Poultry OLD, alto started chicks. .'i y, Seventh Ave. tST RECEIVED a car Perch itrici fillies, also load all broke to harness, - , 7 vears. Brookahire's staolf. "GHESI PRICES paid for live the Hendersonville ' k Yards every day. sales every Thursday 1 £.5 Phone 174. . 3-A—PETS (.•f Toy Boston Terrier tail I* tampion stock. Hel Howbnd. 415 9th Ave. F1RETENDER STOKER—Install ed in your home at new reduced prices. Three years to pay. Hendersonville Hardware Co. * 5—Foodstuffs SWIFT S PORK SAUSAGE, 20c lb. Breakfast bacon, 27c lb. Fresh country eggs, 37c doz. Fresh cakes, bread. Canned foods. Try us, over week-end. Mace's, Kanuga St. PLAN SOMETHING extra nice for your Sunday and Christmas dinner. Try our home-made cakes, cookies, pies, etc. Smoky Shack. Phone 9139. Place your | orders now. * LILY-ROSE home-made can dies, Sugar Pecans. 631 Main street. FRUITS, FISH, POULTRY, veg etables of all kinds so cheap it sounds like the sign on the California grocer's door, which said he was jailed for selling so cheap. Come and tret our prices. Jack Russell. Phone 968. * COX'S FISH AND OYSTERS please particular people who want the best, but at no more cost. Poultry, eggs, vegetables. M. K. Cox. Phone 848. Third Ave. E. CHRISTMAS TURKEY—Reserve it today. We sell choice birds from Will Cannon's Farm. Try Hatch's pure pork sausage. Phone 940. Hatch's Market. * VISIT the Smoky Shack for good eats. S. Main junction. * HOME MADE BREAD— and IS just what we call it. 631 Main St. 6—Business Services BEST CHRISTMAS PRESENT: Promise your wife to relieve her of the washing and call C. C. Collins or E. L. Roper to come and get your laundry. Phone 142. Superior Laundry.* Phone 60 DOLBEE'S Phone 60 Quality Odorless Cleaning Economy prices, cash and carry. Two plain dresses or suits 40c each. We cordially invite you to inspect our plant. 124 S. Main St. * CLEANER'S SPECIAL— Suits, overcoats or dresses dry cleaned and pressed, cash and carry plan, 2 for 79c. Miller's Laundry and Cleaners. Phone 153. 120 Fourth Avenue East. * PLENTY OF MONEY immediate ly available for loans to build, improve, purchase or refinance your home. All applications promptly handled. Low initial costs and easy payments. File application today and get the best loan that can be had. First Federal Savings & Loan. * 9—Personal Property A CANDID OR MOVIE CAMERA will make the best Christmas present. Lyerly's, 420 N. Main.* / 0—T ransportatior. OCAL, long - distance Hauling, agency for Allied Van Lines tc and from any place iu U. S. Wile Transfer Co. Phone 121.* II—Household Goods DANDY BREAKFAST SET con sisting of table and four chairs for only $8.50. Other good used furniture. Hendersonville Furniture Co. 142 Third Ave. E. THE GEM DANDY Electric churn only $12.50. Brought to your home within a few minutes. J. H. Stepp, Dana. Telephone 3803. $65 HOOVER Taciturn cleaner, with attachments, $25. Write or see A. L. Chatfield, 9 Farr wood Ave., Asheville. * SCHILLER PIANO — First-class condition. Original cost $650. Sell for only $65. Reliable Fur niture Co. "More Value for Your Money." Phone 1036. Op posite courthouse. * 13—Merchandise "DON'T LOOK NOW," but the lady behind you is looking at your heels, and your clothes. Drop in today. Economy Shoe Shop, next to A. & P. * SNAPPY BITS from Santa Claus at Rosenberg's. ROSENBERG'S is alive with the very essence of Christmas. GANG UP on Father—Give him a real present this Christmas at Rosenberg's. IF YOU are at a loss to know what to give, you will find an astoundingly clever solution awaiting you here. Rosenberg's. SHIRTS for young men; shirts for older men; shirts for father, grandfather and all your uncles. Rosenberg's. TIES — There isn't a nan who doesn't enjoy ties of rich heavy silks, and there isn't a woman who doesn't enjoy giving ties of this character. Rosenberg's.* DO YOU HAVE a good coal pile for the next cold snap. Try our good clean burning coal. Hen dersonville Lumber Co. Phone 42. Near depot. * ANTIQUES—Now for Christmas gifts. 116 6th Ave. West, BATH TUBS, hot water tank*, sinks, pipes and other new and used plumbing. If in market, see Louis Williams, 7th Ave. E. * STOKER COAL — Our specially treated stoker coal keeps down the fuel bill as well as the dust. Give it a trial. Hendersonvillc Supply & Coal Co. Phone 800.* WATCHES FOR CHRISTMAS: Our Elgin and Hamilton watch es for men and ladies are ideal as gifts. Charlie French, Jew eler. TEXACO ROOFING will save you money and expensive repair work. It assures long life and high quality. Sold by all Hen dersonville dealers. J. H. Rea ben, Agent. SEE US for tricycles, wagons, flash lights, pocket knives, clocks, enamel roasters, rifles, guns, etc., for Christmas. Wal ker Hardware Co. BIG HAT SALE of every hat in shoo except Dobbs for only $1 and $2. Large stock of beauti ful hats, priced up to $7. Why not a hat for Christmas. $1 and $2 only on Thursday Fri day and Saturday. Jennie Bowen. * CHRISTMAS GIFTS — China, glass, pottery, brass, electrical appliances, wheel toys and many others. Gregg Bros. Hardware. * CHRISTMAS GIFTS in grand array. See them, note their beauty and quality. Something for old, middle age or youth. Attractive prices. Leona Allen Young. * 1S—Miscellaneous EAT and Dance at new Smoky Shack at S. Main junction. * WATCHES FOR CHRISTMAS— Nothing more appropriate. See our beautiful Elgin and Hamil ton watches before you buy. Leona Allen Young. Gifts of all kinds. * For Rent 16—Apartments FURNISHED apartment., $2.50 | per week; lights, water furnigh | ed. The Gables, Third Ave. i Phone 372-J. Lost and Pound 43—Personal Property LOST—Set of 3 keys in leather folder. Main St. Finder return to Times-News. Reward. . LOST — Handbag containing money and papers. Liberal re ward. Return to Times-News. * LOST—Black handbag containing monpy an(* identification cards. Reward. Phone 564-W or Times-News. 27—Farm Products CORN WANTED—Farmer* Fed eration. ********** BUILDING NEWS Published By RIGBY-MORROW CO. BUILDERS' SUPPLIES Lumber . . . Millwork Fourth Ave. E. Phone 97 Mrs. E.. L. Ander«, near Os ceola. Lake, is recovering her home with galvanized shingles and 5V crimp roofing from our place . . . J. H. Griffin of Route No. 5, is using composi tion shingles and other ma terial from our yard . . . Why not let us supply you? * * * * •^ ^ * * * Special Notices TRY the Smoky Shack Barbecue at S. Main junction. * IN GOD WE TRUST and He i« with us always. I'm in serious trouble. Please write. Mapieo. MEN PERSONAL OLD AT 40! GET PEP. New Ostrex Tonic Tab lets contain raw oyster invigo rators and other stimulants. One dose starts new pep. Value $1.00. Special price, 95c. Call, write Justus Pharmacy. "COME on chillin'—let's dance." That new brick floor at the Smoky Shack has been well waxed and is ready for you. Baibecue, pecans, home-made cakes, etc. Bt* on hand. 0 O 1 UNO | o o UNO, Dec. 10.—Mr. and Mrs. John Dewberry of Athens, Gn., who have been visiting- J. I>. Whitaker, have returned home. Mrs. G. D. Williams and daugh ter, Gertrude, of Dana, was the dinner guest of Mrs. Paul Griffin Wednesday. /. T. Dalton and family have moved from this community to the Etowah section. Fred Hutchinson called on her mother, Mrs. S. Pickens, Wednes day. Mrs. S. B. F. Lanning, who spent last week with her daugh ter, Mrs. Foy Pittillo of Biltmore, has returned. Mr. and Mrs. Henry King call ed on Mr. and Mrs. Joe Maxwell Sunday. Little Edgar Griffin, who has been ill with pheumonia, is slowly improving. Misses Harriett Paris and Mar tha Taylor visited Miss Opal Love Sunday. Phyllis Whitaker was the over night guest Tuesday of Miss Em' ily Love. i Mr. Leni, who has been a| Mountain Sariatarium for treat? ment is able to be home again. TAX CONCRETE MIXERS CLEVELAND, Ohio. (UP) — All owners of concrete mixers and tar spreaders here now must take out automobile licenses, it was announced by Chief Police Prosecutor Gerald Pilliod. The licenses cost $200 and $300. SEEK CHANGES IN WORKERS' INCOME LAW Kiwanis Hears of Amend ments Sought for Unem ployment Insurance Proposed changes in North Carolina's unemployment insur ance law were explained to the Kiwanis club here yesterday by VY. A. Egerton of Hendersonville general counsel of the American Enka Corporation, and a member of the advisory council named to recommend changes at the ap proaching- session of the legisla ture. A combination of the pool and employer reserve plans will be recommended, Mr. Egerton said, to supplant the outright pool plan now in effect. Of the percent tax now paid by employers, 25 percent of the 2.7 percent which goes into the state fund would be placed in a pool and 73 per cent held in a reserve account. It is contemplated that this plan would in time reduce the tax to less than 1 percent for employ ers haying perfect unemployment records, although provision would be made to increase this percen tage if the council of state should declare that an emergency exist ed. By February 1, when the legis lature will be in session, the state's reserve fund will be ap proximately $12,000,000, Mr. Egerton said, and if the proposed changes are adopted by the legis lature this fund would be divided equally between the pool and the reserve account. Consent of the federal government must be ob tained before the changes can be effected, and there has been con siderable objection in Washnig ton, the speaker said, but he ex pressed the opinion that differ ences will be adjusted and that the legislature will be in position to make the proposed amend ments. The Rotary and Kiwanis clubs will hold a joint meeting next Thursday, and at the meeting yesterday the Kiwanians drew the names of Rotarians for an ex change of gifts which later will be tributed1 among underprivileged /•hilflvfll —^ SHIPPERS OPTIMISTIC MONTRe4l. (UP)—The visit of King Geirge VI and Queen Elizabeth to Canada next summer "tnd the New York World's Fair Will help revive the slumping! trans-Atlantic passenger business, shipping men here believe. They forecast that both events will give impetus to westbound traffic. Government of Bombay is inov j ing to obtained trained instruc tions in physical culture exercis es in thickly-populated centers of rural India. OUT OUR WAY Sy WILLIAM T WOULD^ VOU Ml MP EXPLAINING THAT TO LiS WOMEN? WELL, THAT'S A V\MU KOlST DRUM FOR AN ELECTRIC CRANE, AND THATlS A CABLE GROOVE I'M CUTTIM IN IT MOW—OWE GROOVE IS RlGHT mandep AMP TH1 OTHER | PPT. AND*" TH BOSS LOOK* \ KINDA SORE \ BECAUSE SHE DIDN'T ASK HIM T'D THINK HE'D BE GLAD TO »3ET OUT OP EXP--AININ' TO PEOPLE WHO DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU'RE TALKIM' ABOUT", I'D BE SORE,TOcA THAT'S HIS WIPE ANP HE MUST [ AjO.OUMT TO SO LITTLE AROUND 1 TH' n^ME THAT ^HE CANT 1 BELIk'VF HE AMOUNTS TO ANYTHING HERE EITHER , ^ J THE DUNCE CAP JT Q.W»U_lAM£ It-1 <o Congress appropriated $10,000 Peak year for piano production for bombarding the clouds in an in the United States was 1909 effort to bring rain in 1891. when 304,545 pianos were made. ax mks. UAiniutt www*. XEA Service Staff Writer TWO more reader questions and two delicious answers. First: "Hew can I use left-over turkey in a salad for my bridge club?" Turkey Orange Salad (Serves 8) Two and one-half cups turkey cut in dice (preferably white meat), 2 cups celery cut in dice, 2 cups orange slices cut in half, 3-4 cup freshly toasted almonds, mixed salad greens, including wa tercress, chicory and lettuce, 1 teaspoon minced parsley, 1-2 cup French dressing. Combine turkey, celery and orange slices. Pour over French dressing and stand for 20 min utes. Add parsley just before ser ving. Line chilled bowl with chilled salad greens and ftll with turkey mixture. Top with toasted almonds. The second reader question is: "Please give me a novel recipe for using persimmons, but not in a salad." Here is a pudding recipe from French Lick. Persimmon PuddLn; (Serves ■» to 6) One cup persimmon pulp. 1 cup jugar, 1 cup flour, T cup cake crumbs, 1 tablespoon melted but ter, 1 teaspoon baking powder. 1 Tomorrow's Menu BREAKFAST: Grapefruit, dry cereal scrambled eggs with brains, wholewheat toast, tart jelly, coffee, milk. BRIDGE LUNCHEON: Clear mushroom soup in cups, toasted crackers, turkey orange salad, clover leaf rolls, pistachio ice cream, sweet wa fers, coffee or tea, milk. DINNER: Broiled lamb chops, French fried potatoes, escalloped egg plant, romaine salad, persimmon pudding, • lemon sauce, coffee, milk. ■—— ' ■ cup milk, 1-2 teaspoon salt. Select good ripe persimmons and mash through a sieve. Meas ure pulp, add milk, salt, sugar, butter, crumbs and flour, which has been sifted, then blend with the baking powder. Bake ir greased, individual molds in mod erate oven (350 degrees F.) foi about 40 minutes. Serve witi lemon sauce. Lemon Sauce One cup sugar, juice of one lemon and grated rind, 1 egg, 1-4 pound butter, 4 tablespoons water, j Cook all together in double boiler until thick. I TRUSTEE'S SALE Notice is hereby given that un der the power of wile given in a deed in trust executed by J. N. Evans and wife Celia Evans to the undersigned trustee dated the 22nd day of November, 1937, and recorded in book 11 1 at page 260 of the records of deeds in trust for Henderson county, North Caro lina, default having been made in the debt secured thereby, and holder of said debt having de manded that the undersigned trun tee exercise said power of sale, and sell the property therein cort veyed as provided in said deed in trust. Therefore, on Tuesday, Dec. the 27th, 1938, at 12 o'clock noon at the courthouse door of Henderson county, N. C., the undersigned will offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash the hereinafter described property in the County of Heric'frson township of Heh dersonville, State of North Caro lina and more particularly de scribed as follows: Being lots No. 12, 13, 14 in block F of the W. H. White addi tion to Mountain Home surveyed 12-31-1924 by John L. Stacy reg istered land surveyor, and said plat being of record in the reg ister of deed office for Hendersbh county, N. C., said being record ed in plat book 2, on page 29, to which said plat for more accurate discription reference is had. This the 25th day of Nov., 193?. A. A. RICE, Trustee," ll-26-Mon-4tp. Y1YRA NORTH, SPECIAL NUlfeb The Parting am By THOMPSON AND COLL I'VE JUST MET ONE OF THE -DOVES OP PEACE" MISS NORTH, BOT ME PlDW'T EXACTLY EXTEWO THE , OLIVE r ^BRANCH'j so THAT'S IT/ THIS PLACE IS JUST A FQOMTf JBU (HC BUT POP. WHAT? i HOW CAW WE J BE SURE ? r^ 1 [ SIN1CE VOU'RE SO AMXIOU& TO HELP ON THIS CASE,MR. VlPEROi THAT WILL BE VOUR JOB!rA '—U 1 PLEMTV.' ALLEY OOP FOQ. A &G TOUGH j KF.EP VER HAtC. OK)! GUV, VOU SURE LET/ THAT MUG AtNJ'T &OT ALVEV OOP PUSH AWA.V WITH NUTHINJ VET-/ A Strong Guy, Eh? JUST IK1 CASE VOU THIKJ14 I'M SCARED OF VOU, LEMME SHOW YOU SUMPIKJ-VSEE THAT TREE ? T. M. RFC U FRECKLES AND HIS FK1EJNDS ^ GO THROUGH EACH BOOK CAREFULLY AMD LOOK FOR, PAOSS TMAT NEED MINOR RERMRS / I'LL BRING IN MORE LATER. ' A Simple Solution W 1 NEVER WEAR. 1tXJ SPEAK, OF FRECKLES THESE DAYS. JUNE.' WWATS BECOME OF THE GREAT ROMANCE ? WMEN X SET HOME AT NI0HT, I'M lOO "TIRED Tb SEE ANYONE/ By BLOSSEK We's working N Wave SOMEWHERE, TOO — ) ^fbU --ANO I GUESS ) EVER. HE'S WORM OUT y SEEN So WHI*J ME SETS /MANY BOOKS? Home ! ^ 1 can give >t>U STATISTICS / If all tw* BOOKS WCVE OCT -lb REPAIR WBR1' Pur IN ONE WlE, How WOULD \t>u LIKE A CAN OF , KEAOSCNff AND A MATCH * COT*. IfcttBY NEATlUVtCt. INC. T. M. RtC. U. *. *+T,