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Last Call For Turkeys. Sell For Christmas. Advertise Them Daily Until Sold. An Adv Would Likely Move Them.
Times-News Want Ad Rates g u yd for this size type for I* T - :tion; half price for L. , :it insertions. !ate—$1 a line (this L ; ); minimum of five , ;; word this size type r >t insertion; half ■A' r subsequent inse.r ins. : a word for type this ie tor first insertion; Ji-n ice for each addi >nal consecutive inser >n. hanre, 2oc. ASS. EO DISPJ AY RATE 60c per inch ->f Thanks and Tvib -poet are accepted at j p for information r "keyed" ads. as they y confidential. j: v. is made. The Times i< responsible for only t ect insertion. The ;• ■< responsible for ^ub ; :>citions. The adver 't -• ..ill notify immediately . , sections needed. classified ads taken o v>r ephene. ...i department closes ... a.:d classification pos; t; ii not be guaranteed ; a.ur. i> are always cash in xcept to business men - having accounts t; - is newspaper. When :: n are charged tho rate . per line, 20c and t : no. and 30c and 15c r line. fr or Saie -Aator and Acessories EPENDABLE USED CARS [ Chevrolet Coach, heater. D Sedan, heater. I P.; >111h Coupe, heater. I 1 re \-'l Ton Pickup. il cheap cars. k Saies Co., Fourth and King CTHING NEW—A clean mo I runs cooler ud isemaes ft ay. A clean chassis Kres better lubrication. Our a•.a ;ocvss makes possible th • \ these. Smyth's Radiator ipair Sevvict- & Auto Steam t«:dry Pho*:e !•" i Corner lird and King. * GOOD LATE MODELS >.'J8 Chrysler Imperial Ford Coupe. >oo Plymouth Fourdoor. >32 Chevrolet Coupe. Ford Roadster. [TV MOTOR & SALES CO. t ' Ma v. a :d Seventh * ) ACCESSORIES as Chri»t p erifts go well at Midcity *Co. * ^ CHRISTMAS C1~TS ivo-'h '-Toor Sedan, .ctual miles: extra clean Fw? Coupe. A Sedan. rd Pickup. Che'rolet Pickup, '"^vf.'e! Coupe. I'MAN VTl COMPANY* ' ' • CH31ST"AC «■ .oy?n! of ?' ' he entire fam r V- -;vi'T» tu"m 3 new '"'her "'v CVvo'et ff:ves V* :* co lirt'e. Pay ur • • *o '->ur -ho ••room. - * .. TOR SERVICE & SALES, Inc. and Grove Phone 140* k MAS v-lFTS—Auto bat p -- >- .r . noiiis, Prestont [•■vr. a good tune-up make r istmaa gilts- lira} I'hone 284. ARVIN HEATERS Will keep I Icity Tire Co. * P LET WINTER catch you? your car with '■ Anu-r reeze, Zerone 01 ^&ne. Shipman Motor Co.* houses md Real Estate ^■E—150 acres, good 6-room - .aliv fine timber, ; section, lies "0'. Sell or swap, W. C. Hinadale, ; lersonville. 3-A—PETS "OliCHBRED PERSIAN kit J[<>**de. Phone ^2-j. ^fstoch and Poultry S** AUCTION SALES will t"' 'u fii- winter at the Hen ; !( . jVfc stock Yards • 'a.ly 'lading1, buying and ^ *lli'ritirue. MADE Candies, *nd Foasted Nuts. Iam street. ^AS E ATS—.-Battery-fed oe tender roost HJI *.Vi> it engaged ahead, K r": °yf^ers, fruits, etc. if 1 "one 848. Third FIRETENDER STOKER—Install ed in your home at new reduced prices. Three years to pay. Hendersonville Hardware Co. * 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. * FOR SALE—Few nice Christmas apples. W. M. Dalton, Route 2. 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. * 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 get our prices. Jack Russell. Phone 968. * .'OME MADE BREAD —and IS iusi what we call it. G31 Main St. * 5—Business Service C' EAN UP FOR CHRISTMAS; call E. L. Roper or C. C. Col lins and they'll provide the service you need for launder ing. cleaning, pressing, etc. Su perior Laundry. Phone 1-12. * FOUR PERCENT per annum. Dividends to be distributed Dec. 31. Will you get your part of $5800? If so, we congratulate you. If not, get in line by plac ing your funds with us on or before January 10. Safety in sured up to $5000. First Fed eral Savings & Loan. Phone 60 DOLBEE'S Phone 60 Quali ty 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. * 9—Personal Property A CANDID OR MOVIE CAMERA will make the best Christmas present. Lyerly's, 420 \ Main.* I 0—T ransportatioi LOCAL, long - distance Aauling; agency for Allied Vau Lines to I and from any place ni U. S. I Wile Transfer Co. Phone 121.* 11—Household Goods ONE FINE repossessed piano. Can be bought for balance due. Magness Piano Co. ESTATE HEATROLA, used two • weeks. Original price $89.50, for $39.50. Reliable Furniture Co., opposite courthouse. Phone 1036. * 13—Merchandise WEATHER-PROOF—Make your home, barns and sheds that waj inexpensively v.ith Texaco roc r r> To ..*co s' ingles. So! . . 1 iienjeisomille dealei •>. ii. lieaben, Agent. CTRIC RAZORS—The Rem ington Hand is an ideal shave and Christmas present. No mon fnssingy about sha\ing on co ' n.ncrs. Chcrlie French, Jev o!>r. * "■'**" 3t.rv.Ii\ <3 v/ill call • ;and perhaps millwc • ? ■■ ould like to give es ■e: r'o»-. Henderson*.ille I un • - • o. Near depot. Phone 42. ICK'S QUARTERS — Many ople planning to grow chicks •rooder house can be kei warm with materials from Hen ersonville Supplv & Coal Co Millwork, building materials, builder's Hardware, Coal. * DON'T LOOK NOW," but th. lady behind you is looking a your heels, and your clothes Drop in today. Economy Shot Shop, next to A. & P. * BATH TUBS, hot water tanks sinks, pipes and other new an-' used plumbing. If in market see Louis Williams, 7th Ave. E SEE US for tricycles, wagons flash lights, pocket knives, clocks, enamel roasters, rifles, guns, etc., for Christmas. Wal ker Hardware Co. * 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 Yotincr. * IS—Miscellanevut FOR SALE OR TRADE 8-ft. fish display case $50 $110 circulating heater, good as new $49.50 $85 circulating heater $25 Winchester Pump Gun —$15 Vegetable rack « $15 5-room brick bungalow in E. ' Flat Rock _• $2500 (This house and lot is be offered at just half what it cost us only a few years ago. We need the money. STEPP & WALKER, Inc. JNO. A. SINCLAIR, Mgr. • Phone 130-W. E. Flat Rock* if.##*##**** BUILDING NEWS Published By RIGBY-MORROW CO. BUILDERS* SUPPLIES Lumber . . . Millwork Fourth Ave. E. Phone 97 Save 30 percent of your fuel bill: by using storm sash . . . We delivered a job to Biltmore Forest this past week . . . We can give you immediate service. if. x. -Y* -h •}.-+- -T- -r t 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 SALE—6-car electric train, perfect condition. Bargain for quick sale. Fifth Ave. Service Station. Phone 500. '•'(>> Rem 17 —Houses FOR RENT Small house at Mt. Home $ 0 513 Whitted St. _ . 10 <>05 Kanuga Rd 18 BROWNLEE Insurance & Realty Company 27—Farm Products CORN WANTED—Farmers Fed eration. * Special Notices IN GOD WE TRUST and He is with us always. I'm in serious trouble. Please write. Mapieo. "COME on chillin'—let's dance." That new birch floor at the Smoky Shack has been well waxed and is ready for you. Barbecue, pecans, home-made cakes, etc. Be on hand. BUY YOUR FIREWORKS EARLY , —We have a large assortment of fireworks, including roman candles, skyrockets, cap pistols, sparklers, torpedoes, bombs and numerous other items. Hoke & Milholen, 7th Ave. East ex tension. (Not open Sundays). * BACK TO FIRST LOVE 1 NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE, Eng. i (UP)—A decree nisi was granted at Newcastle assize to Mrs. Emily Hancock, of Northallerton. York shire, on the grounds of the mis conduct of her husband, Maurice Ernest Hancock, with his first wife. It was explained that Han cock had abandoned his second wife and had gone back to live with his first »vife. RARE 7- -EAF CLOVER LIMA, Ohic. (UP)—The seven leaf clover, not the four-leaf va riety, is the true rarity of that plant, according to Harold Bly, New Hampshire, Ohio, farmer. Bly said he found 46 four-leaf and 20 five-leaf clovers on his farm in a single day, but that he had seen only one seven-leaf clo Hitler's Choice? Augustine Vvaldemaias, oucj , leader of the Fascist "Iion Wolf" organization may be in cluded in Lithuanian govern ment because of Nazi demands HORSE FLY SINISTER BERKELEY, Calif. (UP)—The ordinary horsefly may be respon sible for the spread of infantile paralysis, according to the latest reseaich work of Wr. L. L. Lums don, director of U. S. Public J Health service at New Orleans, who is now lecuring on the Berk eley campus. In England, if a toll-gate lie; between your home and either your church or poling booth Jit election time, you are entitled to ' pass through free if you a;9 «'•) your way to church or to vote. AS CHRISTMAS GIFTS! These three would gladden the average heart at Christmas. 1934 Chevrolet standard coach; A-l mechanical shape; tires practically new. 1937 Pontiac "6" coupe, with radio; good rub ber. 1935 Ford c c a c h, with heater. All splendid buys, and glad to show you others. Thomas Motor Co. Buick— Dealer —Pontiac Poll o 1 Le^'clatcrs Iridicattis I': t3 in For General "Face Lifting" By DAVE WARNER United Press Staff Correspondent RALEIGH, Dec. 20. (UP)—An attempt to wive North Carolina's five-year-o!d general sales tax a face lilting in the 19.\'i) general assembly was assured' today. Response to a United Press questionnaire showed present ■entiment of the legislators to be more than 50 percent favorable to changing the tax. Fewer than a fourth of the voting senators and representatives wanted to abolish it entirely. Those were the intentions with which assemblymen will arrive in Raleigh fresh from their New Year's celebrations. AfUv study ill.; needs for money duiing the next two years, and the means North Carolina has of getting it, some gf them certainly will change their attitudes. Ilow many, no one will know until they vote oil the issue. The three-percent sales tax, dubbed everything from "Savior of the state" to "tax on poverty" and "nuisance tax" but its friends and foes, has been a storm center ever since its enactment by the 193.'5 legislature., wncn 11 was iwo years uju, Gov. J. C. H. Ehringhaus refer red to it as North Carolina's "most-cussed" tax. In the same breath, however, lie called it the "only resort" the state had in its depiession-boi n $ financial strait, and credited ita $9.000,000" an nual return with putting Tarheel finances in "first-class shape." That, roughly,' i.> the attitude of his successor, Governor Clyde R. Hoey. State revenue is run ning- consistently under that of a year ago. Kudgut requests for the next two years are largest in history. Governor Hoey said it certain ly would not he w;.se to cut sales tax revenues unless there is an increase of income in. another bracket to make up the shortage. Sales tux pennies added up to $11,143,987 state income in the 12 months ended last June .'10. Since then it had brought* in $4, 501,389.43 up until December 8. The decrease, as compared with a year ago, for the first five months was |429,35(5.90. Enemies of the sales levy prob ably will demand either exemp tion of more articles from the tax, or reduction of the rate to two percent, or both. As originally enacted, the tax law exempted necessary iood stuffs, such as sugar, flour, meat, milk. The 1935 legislature remov ed all exemptions except bottled milk and school books. In 1937, the exemptions were reinstated, OUT OUR WAY «>v NVILMAMS and the tax was applied for tbo first time to building materials and supplies sold in connection with construction contracts. Organized opponents of the t:'X have not decided what line their attack will follow this term. \V i I - lard L. Dowell, executive secre tary of the sales tax-hating state Merchant ' association, said this group would formulate plans alt er it heard "budget recommenda tions of the powers that be." Representative R. T. Me^air of Rockingham, who also plans io seek repeal of the absentee ballot, already has announced his Inten tion of introducing a bill for "re duction" of the sales tax. It seemed probable that sales tax opponents would concentrate their encigies toward alteration of the tax, in which they appar ently had a fair chance of suc cess, than toward outright repeal. The moon covers up ti.e sun almost exactly during a totul eclipse, although the sun is 40(1 times larger and 400 time ; IiKho distant. NOTICE OF SERVICE OF SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION North Carolina Henderson County IN THE SUPERIOR COURT Henderson County VS. Eddie Goolsby and wife, Goolsby; Edenbrough Goolsby | and wife, Goolsby; Sam Goolsby and wife. Gools by; Emma Goolsby and hus band, (Jooisby The defendants named above and each of them will take notice that an action as above entitled has been commenced in the Su-1 perior Court of Henderson Coun-: ty, I^orth Carolina, for the pur pose of foreclosing; tax lien for the year 1935 or. property de- • rcribed in Deed Book 112, at page 528, and also Mortgage Book 29, ( a! page 2u5, and the defendant"., and each of them and all other j persons who claim or have any interest in the said property, di- j rectly or indirectly, arc required ; to appear in the office of Clerk ; of Superior Court of Henderson County on 20th day January, 1939, or within thirty days there-! after, and answer or demur to the complaint of the plaintiff or the relief demanded will be, granted. This 19th dav of December, • 1938. GEO. \\\ FLETCHER, i Clerk of Superior Court. 12-20-Tues- !tp TRUSTEE'S SALE Whereas, de'i«u?t wan-made in the payment of the indebtedness secured by that deed in trust ex ecuted by Jack F. Manning and Austin S. Manning to lvl.*M. Red den, trustee, dated 7th December, 1937, recorded in Book 114, page 270, Records of Mortgages and Deeds in Trust for Henderson County, on account of which the power of sale therein conferred, has become absolute; Now, therefore, the said trus tee will, by virtue of the power of sale contained in said deed in tiust, and in order to satisfy said debt, and at the request of the owner and holder of the note, t sell at public auction, to the high est bidder, for cash, at the court house door, in tne City of Hen dersonvilie, N. C., on January 12, 1039, at twelve ov "noon, a ' one-half undivioto jr in atyd Lo tne following Ji'. .ibtd prop erty: i»ein-j known as the Maurice ?»Ianning home place and describ ed in deed from People's National • Bank of Orlando to Maurice Man ning, recorded in I)eed Eook 97, » page 83, of the Records of DeedR • for Henderson County, reference to which is hereby made for a further description thereof as i£ herein incorporated by metes and * bounds. ' . This 13th day of December, 1938. M. M. REDDEN. Trustee. 12-13-Tues-4t ADM 1NIST°ATOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as administra tor of-the estate of Mrs. RettA McCullough Waff, this is to noti fy all persons having claims against the said estate to present them to the undersigned on or be fore November 22, 1939, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of recovery. Persons indebted to said , estate will please make settlement promptly with the undersigned. This November 22, 1938. EDW. R. SUTHERLAND, Administrator. ll-22-Tues-6tp Vtu 111 1115 AIAV. VfYT?A NORTH. SPKCML VMRSK- Trapped Hv THOMPSON ANN' WILL U i « V OOP Backfired! By HAMLIN HELLO, ZEL? lOOOLA'S 60IN6' xVOU LOOK)^IVE A PARTY ) EXCITED-y FOR A FRIEN2 j WHAT1-- /AND YOU BOYS A-, uP? / ARE IMVITED j GREAT? wmos TH' PARTY j V FOR? y SO V SHOVED OOOLA'S NEW BOY FRIENP AROUND AN' GOT HIM TOLD OFF, EH? IU SAY 'THAT BiS IOB-LOLLV WON'T BE SHOWIN' UP AROUND HERE fe NO MORE! V 1 »—— iwurKl.KS AND HIS KRIKNIn Raizberries for Mr. Wangle Bv BLOSSHk """ *//«rr//////////////////#"" ~ _ ^ J I UNE NOTIFIED DUDLEY* . T.iAT SHE DOCSMT WANT HIS GIFTS, AND FOC HIM "Tb see THAT they're RETURNED TO THE STORE— AND NOW—» I'M SORRY THE SIFTS WERE NOT SUITABLE, MR / I'LL CONNECT -iOO WITH WHAT EVER DEPARTMENT sttXJ WISH TO SPEAK To SO YOU CAN CHANGE , "YOUR ORDER f '