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Times-News Want Ad Rates 2c a word for this size type for F. st insertion; half price for gu't'sequent insertions. Monthly rate—SI a line (this «.'•/e type); minimum of five lines. 4e a word this size type for first insertion: half price for subsequent inser tions. 6c a word for type this size for first insertion; half-price for each addi tional consecutive inser tion. •num charge. L'5c. t' ASSIF1ED DISPLAY RATE 60c per inch Catds of Thanks and Trib utes of Respect are accepted at 2c a word. Do not ask for information regarding '"keyed" ads. as they are strictly confidential. If error is made. The Times News is responsible for only one incorrect insertion. The customer is responsible for sub sequent insci-tions. The adver tiser should notify immediately of any corrections needed. No classified ads taken ovor telephone. Want ad department clones lit aon. and classification posi t ely will not be guaranteed after that hour. , Want ads are always cash in Lidvance except to business men concerns having accounts [with this newspaper. When hvant ads are charged the rate is 10c and 5c per line, 20c and 10c per line, and 30c and 15c feer line. For Sale -Auto? and Acressories rCUR MOTOR stays cooler and performs bettor if kept clean of erease accumulation. Our steam vapor spray cleaner does a bet ter job. Drive in and try it. Smyth's Radiator Repair Serv ice and Auto >Steam Laundry. Phone 154. Corner Third and Kin?. 5 >N'T LET ZERO catch you. Let us supply your car with Ford Anti-Frceze, Zcrone or iPrestone. Shipman Motor Co. * )R SALE OR TRADE, 1935 Chevrolet pickup. Extra good condition; three new tires. Hatch's Market. * DEPENDABLE USED CARS !>37 Chevrolet Coach, heater Dodjre Sedan, heater. !>36 Dodge Pickup. 5>31 Chevrolet Pickup. ^uto Sales Co., Fourth and King* SEE THESE; THEN BUY 1*3 7 "85" Fordor Sedan. l>37 "85" Ford Coupe. !»35 Y-S DeLuxc Fordor. !)3fi Y-S pickup. A Sedan. i' 7 .Master Chevrolet Coach with trunk. >37 G.M.C. 1 1-2 Ton Truck. if'oO tags included. SHIPMAN MOTOR COMPANY* GOOD LATE MODELS 11>37 Dodge 4-Door De Luxe Sedan, 1*000 actual miles. J!)3S Chrysler Imperial 1 !>36 Ford Coupe. 1 !>32 Chevrolet Coupe. CITY MOTOR & SALES CO. Corner Main and Seventh * >UR ARV1N HEATERS will keep you warm. Midcity Tire Co. * !—Houses and Real Estate IOTICE—150 acres, good 6-roora cottage, unusually fine timber, springs, orchard section, lies r.:cely, hunting. Sell or swap, best offer. W. C. Hinsdale, Uox 427, Hendersonville. >—Livestock and Poultry OR SALE—5-bedrooms, 2 baths, large lot. Close in. &2Q00 on terms. BROWNLEE Insurance & Realty Company* TARTED CHICKS, friers. Kens, fi < sh egsrs. Sunrise Hatchery, Etui Seventh Ave. E* 5—Foodstatis HE NEW YEAR should bring you more health and happiness w|en you eat our fresh fish, i oysters and battery-fed friers and fresh eesrs. M. K. Cox. Phone 848. Third Ave. E. * INNER 25c —Choice of four meats, three vegetables, corn muffins, bread and tnitter. des ^•'t and coffee. G. & M. Cafe, at the depot. * OME-MADE CANDIES, salted ami toasted nuts. 631 Main St. OME MADE BREAD —and IS just what we call it. 631 Main St. * LENTY of the old eating sub stantiate in the way of fruits, vegetables, eggs. poultry, etc., nt Jack Russell's. Phone 968. Seventh Ave. W. 6—Business Services NEW YEAR finds us better shap ed than ever with our new tlry cleaning Equipment to take care of your laundry and dry cleaning problems. Call E. L. Roper ot C. C. Collins at Su perior Laundry. Phone 142. * Phone 60 DOLBEE'S Phone 60 Quality Odorless Cleaning Resolve to let Dolbee do your cleaning the QUALITY way at •ECONOMY prices. Cash and carry 2 for 40c each. 124 S. Main. EIGHTY-FOUR thousand dollars private funds invested with us in 1!'38. High rate of dividends ami safety insured np to $5000 js bringing in the funds. In vestments made before Janu ary 10th will earn dividends from January 1st. First Fed eral Savings & Loan. CLEANER'S S P E C I A L— 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. * 10—T ransportatioi LCCAL, long-di s tancc hauling; agency for Allied Van Lines to and from any place in U. S. Wile Transfer Co. Phone_jl21.* V—Household Goods ESTATE HEATROLA, used two weeks. Original price $89.50. for $39.50. Reliable Furniture Co.. opposite courthouse. Phor" 1036. * 13—Merchandise RESOLVE to live happier and more comfortably in homes built, remodeled or painted with products from the Hender son ville Supply & Coal Co. Phone 800. 1 SPRING PLOWING—See us for Avery and Vulcan plows, drag and disc harrows, plow point?, etc.. and all your farm needs. Walker Hardware Co. * PRE-INVENTORY SALE—Every thing in stock marked down 20 percent before making inven tory. Leona Allen Young. N, . . 1 — START NEW YEAR with nice, neat, easily written letters on our new Portable Remington typewriter. Charlie French. Jeweler. NEW YEAR RESOLVE —Build better roofs with Texaco roll roofing, composition shingles and other materials. For sale by ail Hendersonville dealers. J. H. Reabcn. Afni * RESOLVE to keep warm by Hen dersonville Lumber Co. coal during balance of winter. Phone 42. At depot. * "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. 15—Miscellaneous 20 PERCENT REDUCTION on entire stock of Leona Allen Young before taking stock. * For Rent 19—Rooms With Board FOR RENT—Store building op posite courthouse. Brunson Furniture Co. Phone 0. wanted 27—Farm Products WANTED—Corn in the car; pay market price. Clifton Brock way, Hebron road, first house off highway (»4. WILL PAY 60c for good white torn. McFadden's Mill, King Street. CORN WANTED—Farmers Fed eration. * Special Notices DANCE AND EAT the old year I . out and the New Year in at Smoky Shack. HajTpy New Year to everyone. Smoky Shack, S. Main Junction. * GET IT FOR LESS at Leona Al len Young's, where the pre-in ventory sf le is on with 20 per cent reduction on entire stock.* NEJCK FRACTURE SURPRISES SYDNEY, Australia. (UP) — Charlie Ward, tripped up by a fellow garage employe, caustical ly remarked, "You might have broken my neck."' As the neck was still stiff when he arrived home, he treated ii with liniment. X-rays a few weeks later showed that the neck was really .broken. Now Ward wants $8,000 dam ages. MOfcE BABIES IN AUSTRALIA CANBERRA, Australia. (UP) Babies are still fashionable in Australia. Vital statistits for 1937 show the birth rate to be the highest since 1931, with a total of 119,131 births on a birth rate of 17.43 per thousand of population. These include one set of quadruplets; nine sets of trip lets. while one family had its 20th child. Mercury is the only liquid metal. BUILDING NEWS Published By RIGBY-MORROW CO. BUILDERS' SUPPLIES Lumber . . . Millwork Fourth Ave. E. Phone 97 " As the New Year dawns let ! us resolve to make better use of our tune, our taients and our means; with more consecration to God and our Churches; more devotion to our homes and our loved ones; more loyalty to our State and Nation; more de termination to stand for that which iv right, and more zeal for those things th»t will make our County a better place in which to live. ( , • . I .. .. -- -* » '• - -" - Find Washington Leads As Place Name In America Los Angeles' Full Designa tion Is a Nine-Word Title NEW YORK, Dec. 31. (UP).— This comes under the head of I things that you probably never 1 knew about and probably don't c.ii'e about, but tho department of public information at Columbia university has found that: The most popular name for streets, squares and hotels in the United States is "Washington," with LaFayette and Jefferson runners up. There are 2s Newport**, 22 Londons, 18 Bostons, la Prince tons and nearly 100 postoffice stops that begin with the word "Klk" in the United States. Twenty-six states bear Indian ; names, 2S5 lakes ditto, and more than 1000 streams ditto. Among ' the towns with Indian names are Anasagunticook, Oquossoe and Wytopitlock, all in Maine. Milwaukee, Wis., has been spell ed 10 different ways officially: Meleokim, Millioki, Meleki, Mil warik, Mihvackv, Milwakie, Mille wackie, Milwalky, Milwaukee, Mil ' waukee. j Laredo, Texas, is La-ray-do in ' Texas, La-reedo in Missouri; La La Mesa, Texas, is la-maysa in California, La-meesa in Texas;'La •Jolla, Calif., is La-jolla in New j York. La-hoya in California; ' Houston. Texas, is Hyew-ston in ( Texas, House-ton in New York. French names get the worst 'treatment by Americans. L'tau Frais, Ark., now is Low Freight; Purgatorie River in Colorado now- is the -Pkrketrwire; and Fun neleur, La., has become Funny Louis. The full name of Los Angeles, Calif., is K1 Pueblo De Nuestra Senora Reina De Los Angeles, and the full name of Santa Fe, N. M., is Villa Real De Santa Fe De Fleas'Death Ray j Is Up to Scratch Once Fido had to put t'ne bite j <m fleas in the inefficient man- I uer shown above. Now, thanks I to the new Fnfra-rcfl ray lamp I shown hi operation below, his I fleas ai*e' "killed for hfm, quick ly and safely, San Francisco. Helena is pronounced Hcll-ena in Montana, 11 oil 'na in Alabama, Arkansas, ami Oklahoma, and Hcll-Eeena in Ohio and Missouri. The State of Wyoming oritrin ally was Mauwauwaming, Mis souri was Mumessourit, and Michigan was Machihiganing. Among the .surviving: frontier towns that have not changed names are Hot Coffee, Sleepy Eye, Social Circle, Matrimony, Oblong. .1ungo and Wide Mouth. Brooklyn, N. Y., originally was Breuckelen and Gramercy Park was De Gromme Zee. WOOL NESTS FOR SPARROWS SYDNEY, \UStralia. 1 - W. H. Fftrnbdrough* an niroiT Tnn'n who stands daily in Hyde Park and watches the sparrows, 10s de cided to increase their standard of living. He lias donated a sup ply of cotton wool with which the sparrows are now building warm er winter nests. f MILLS RIVER " MILLS RIVEIi" Doc. 31.—Mis. Lonjse Peterson atul little daugh ter, Alice, left on December ITth for her home in New Jersey. She has been visiting her parents, Mr. arid Mrs. F. A. Kailey, for some time. She will be greatly missed in this neighborhood. Mr. und Mrs. .1. H. Kitchen and family visited Dr. and Mrs. Wal ton Kitchen in Pickens, S. C., on Ch^st.v.ps day. Miss Margaret Posey of Ash • villo spent Christmas with her mother, Mrs. Kmmn Posey. Mrs.. E. V. Fowler and children. Gordon, Hester and Kenneth spent Tuesday with her mother in JaeV«on county. Mr. and Mrs. .Tolmnia Qidder back of Wayne: ville vi.-ited in this community last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burgin an<l • STAMP NEWS TX) commemorate the visit to Canada next summer of the British sovereigns, the Dominion wiU issu« a special set of postage sf«nps and mint a Canadian sil ver dollar. King Gcorfee VI has already approved the designs for the stamps..i Prime Minister Mackenzie King has announced * * * Fir.ct-Hay sales of the Theodore Roosevelt and Taft stamps of the new U. S. regular series totaled 520.120 and S31,2£S respectively. Issuance of .these two values com pleted the 1938 U. S. philatelic Drograjn. * * * Newest nation to commemorate (he 15f.\n anniversary of the U. S. Constitution is Pansma. Panama shortly will, issue two sets, five regular values and five airmail. Produced in multi-color in sher Df 25, the stamps feature a center with two ovals, that to the left showing the ruins of the Cathe dral Tower of old Panama and Chat to the right showing the Stat ue of Liberty. At the extreme lefl is the flag of Panama and at the extreme* right the United States flag, ooth in their natural red white and blue. The airmail set in addition carries a plane at the top. * * * Seven denominations, ranging in value from 1 cent to $1, will be issued e».rly in 1939 by Panama to mu'k the 25th anniversary of the building of the Panama Canal Each value will bear a separate design. Very likely the history ol transportation across the isthmus will be portrayed, including the moving of the ancient Inca gold the trek of the "Forty-Niners" tc California bv way of Panama, unci finally 'he opening cf the cana] itself, Aug. 15, 1914. <s Si »* Many German stamps may be obtained for less than face toda\ because Nazi refugees are putting them on foreign markets to save some of their money, which would be otherwise confiscated. (Copyright. 103?, NBA Service. Inc.] OUT OUR WAY BY J. R. WILLIAMS MS' DEAR FELLOW, rr'S TWENTY-ONE DOLLARS IMSTID OF St"v/EKJ you OWE us YOUR- bike AM" OTKER STUFF ARE 6AFELV UNDER LOCK AN' KEV TILL VOL) PRODUCE TWENTY-ONE. BUCKS V CASM-IM- HAND! ,n!OW SOU i-ISSEKi I AAADE IT A POiMT TO HAVE A COUPLE OF WITNESSES WHEN I BORROWED SEV'iN "DOLLARS OKI THAT STUFF/ THE OTHER. MONEY L OWE YOU S A DIFFERENT DEAL EKJTIRELV \ f OOcoCoh; \ , AFTfcR AvLTHA-T TH'.'OKlW V. ED'D/ THOUGHT WE HAO Hl^./ I I COPR 1938 BY Nt* SERVICE INC. HAH '—OH/ 7 V PEC. HC VAT W*. V?-: 1 daughters, Ma,-y Jo and Francos, spent Christmas day with her mother in Rock Hill, S. C. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Nichols gave a party Wednesday nfaht in honor of their nephew, -foe Loe Heffner, t who is home from college. There ' were about 20 guests present and all reported a nice time. Bobby Heffner and Mitchell Taylor, CCC boys, are home for a few days. Miss Minnie Sue Britten of Mul lins, S. C.. is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Teen Britten. Mrs. Hutchinson is entertaining the young people that are home from college and her Sunday school class with a supper Friday I night. Earl Fowler of Brevard was home a few days this week. Miss Martha Barnett, who is teaching in Toccoa, Ga., is home for a week. FUR THICK; WINTER COLD ! BOISE CITY. Ida. (UP)—Ida ho game wardens have their own system for predicting months in advance the nature of the coming winter. They are based on the heaviness and thickness of the I furs of wild animals "killed dur | ing the autumn months. To date ! every fur indicates a long, hard winter for 1938-30. EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE Having qualified as executrix of the estate of W. M. Jackson, late of Pinellas countv. Florida, this is to notify .ill persons hav- j ing claims against the estate of] the said deceased to exhibit them ' to th»* undersigned in care of M. j R. MoCown, Tryon, N. on or before the 24th day of December, 1939. or this notice will be plead ed in bar of their recovery. This 24th day of December, 1 93K. J.N'A JACKSON, Executrix Estate of W. M. Jackson. 12-24-Sat-6tp EXECUTRIX NOTICE Having qualified as executrix of the estate of Olive Flora Craw ford, deceased, late of Henderson County, North Carolina, this is to notify nil persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned or R. FT Staton. my attorney, at Hendersonville, N. C., on or be fore the 10th day of December. 1939, or this notice will he plead ed in bar of their recovery. AM persons indebted to said estate will please make immediate pay ment. This Dee. 10, 1938. Rachel Emer Crawford, 12-lO-Sat-6tp Executrix. ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE Having qualified as administra trix C.T.A.I).B.N. of the estate of E. E. Lance, deceased, this is to notify all persons having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or be fore the 17th day of December, 1939, or this notice will be plead od ill har ot recovery. |n-iav«" indebted to said estate will please make settlement with the under signed. ,i Mildred Pressley Lance, Adnix. C.T.A.D.B.N, estate of E. E. Lance. l2-17-Sat-6tp NOTICE OF SERVICE OF SUM MONS BY PUBLICATION North Carolina, Henderson County, In the Superior Court. Henderson County vs. Edgar Quarels and wife Quarels The defendants named above and each of them will take notice that an action as above entitled has been commenced in the super ior court of Henderson county, N. C., for the purpose of foreclosing tax lien for the year 11»S5 on property described in deed book 1 If), page 465, lot No. 11, Stradly subdivision, and the defendants and all other persons who claim or have any interest in the said property, directly or indirectly, are required to appear in the of fice of clerk of superior court of Henderson county on 24th day of January, 1 J)35>, or within 30 days thereafter, and answer or demur to the complaint of the plaintiff or the relief demanded will be granted. This 23rd day December, 1938. GEO. W. FLETCHER, Clerk of Superior Court. 12-24-Sat-4tp. Myra North, Special Nurse Who is "2X"? By Ray Thompson and Charles toll great heavens: ive \ NEVER 5EEKJ SO MUCH J cash before :xj MV p I LIFE/ j AMD LOOK.' MERE'S , A LIST OF NAMES. " WHY, IT'S A PSVROLl/ f THEY'RE ALL G' AMOUR EMPLOY/EES, CAPTAIN) AMD THESE AMOUNTS ARE MORE THAW DOUBLE THEIR, ST'JDIO SALARIES! f:NUA! iAAVBE CURLV CAM TELL US WHO THIS '7JJ6EL i WANMA TALK CAP-BUT I SWEAR NONE OF US KNEW WHERE TH' DOUGH CCME FROM... AW ARMORED \ TRUCK BROUGHT IT EVERY WEEK/ NE/aH? well ^HO'C^THIS Guy "XX" THAT HEADS THIS LIST? NO-NO.' I CAN'T TELL YOU THAT--HE'D KILL ME~ I MEAL)-I DON'T KNOW/ [ HURRY; CAPTAIn WE'S/E GOT TO GET OUT TO THE STUDIO BEFORE IT*6*TOO LATE/ Alley Oop Not an Auspicious New Year Party By T. V. Hamlin TM SO SLAD YOll CAME TO MY <DnoTwr - Party, DooTsy) me?t 7 Hl-01 AND THANK %™TER <CH*P-' VOU FOR X ZOOG this gift 6GOP HONK.„OOOLA, X DIDN'T KNOW VOU'0 ) >" IMVITEP ALL THESE —Jf MY STARS, HeV,LOOK! Hr.RE COMES ANOTHER! IT'S E*"KlN6 V WUR? *(/> t I i-'b I COP*. 195A BY NCA SCKVICC, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. fAT.^Off. J Freckles and His Friends I A Tight Fit By Merrill Blosser m f I GCIT HALF \i.. WAY OOWM WHEN X suooeN LY RCALIZSO THBRH WVS NO FIR**LAC* IN "THE 6UfL0*6l amo you CAMT come oar a GAS HEATER/ Ut Iff L*.