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FOR SALE
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2—Houses and Real Estate
OR SALE—7 room house, large
lot. jjaiajce, well located Justice
street for SI000; 20 per cent
cash, balance 1 per cent per
•nonth. Stat<»n Ins. <k Kealtv
Co. Fh -ne 157.
IVF-KOOM HOUSE, lot 75x180,
good location, taxes and assess- j
..vnts paid. S573 cash or will J
trade in a good car. See An-1
ders or Rector.
3—Livestock and Poultry
*NK YOUNG purj'-bred Berk
-hirt? -ov.. just bred. «»r will ex
> nange. What have you?
Neville hairy, Crab Crock
road.
HOSE GOOD Brightwater ch.ckf
as low as »>c. Also started
chicks ami twu to three mouths
old pullets. 1 Slight water Farms
Hatchery.
'ICS! TIGS! All sizes and ail
prices. See .VI. S. Hatch, Ashe
ville highway, near Standard
.Station. * j
4—Seeds and Plants
GARDEN PLANTS — Tomato,
pepper. egg plant, lettuce, cab
bage, broccoli, collards, beet, j
cauliflower. Harvey fiiggan,
*04 kanuga Street. I
'RICES OF SHRUBBERY have
never been so low. A trip to
our nursery will convince you.
All planting-; guaranteed to
live and satisfy. Sinclair •
Xui series, Kanuga road.
5—Miscellaneous
CONCRETE WALKS, steps and
other work of this kind will
enhance the value of your|
property am! give employment j
to those in need of work. Freshi
cement, stone and sand can be
delivered on short notice at|
reasonable prices. See or phone I
us for any kind of building ma-j
terial. Rigby-Morrow Com-'
pany, Lumber. Builders' Sup->
plies, Miliwonc. Fourth ave-'
nue east. Phone i>7. * j
^ADIO SERVICE, lotteries and
tubes. Midcity Tire Company. J
' WANTED |
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10—Miscellaneous
^ANTED — Clean furnished or
' unfurnished houses for rent. •
Phone 1037 or see W. R. Mc-|
« Caw. *!
jIBBS PAYS .60 for selected
Bread corn. Sells crushed feed i
.145 per 100. * ;
WANTED — To make your old
shoes like new. Two shops:'
Main street. Phone lfiO; Fourth
avenue opposite P. O., Phone
• *>101. We call for and deliver.
English Brothers, Shoe Rebuild
ers. * I
W ANTED a return bus ticket to
Charleston. Phone 715.
15—Real Estate
WANTED to exchange five-room
4 modern house, clear, for resi-1
dence of like value in Hinder-.
yonvUle. Box "A." Times
Hews.
18—Busine«» Service*
ARE YOU AFRAID of the fu
ture? This is financial inde-j
pendence week, and that meausj
lite insurance. See us for Pru
dential protection. Edw. R.'
Sutherland and S. IV. FutrelL*'
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batteries and Ex ides for your
car. Gray «!£: Huggins Battery
Company, corner of First ave
nue and South Main street.
SEE OUR HOUSE FURNISHING
department in our basement, a
complete line for all. Hender
son vi'lc Hardware Co., Inc. *
Lost and Found
24—Personal Property
LOST—Gold iinj Masonic on'
Mem with small stone lost out.
Return to Rose Pharmacy, Re
uard.
Special Notices '
BATTERY AND ELECTR'C work
a specialty. Midcity Tiro Co.* ,
DON'l' nejlect your eyes—r.x-1
pert examination and fitting ot
high-grade glasses. Frames to
suit all types. Prices reason j
able. I.eona Allen Young,
next door to State Trust Co..
Main street. * j
HEALTH IS WEALTH—Happi
ness and c«.nu ntment are nor- !
mal results of health. Health
conies 1'ior.i proper functioning1
of the nervous system. See Dr.
George Saxmann ( D.C., Ph. C.. I
D.S.T.) Phone I!>5. 1015,
Maple street, east of Hyman|
avenue and North Main street. |
TRY OUR delicious fountain
drinks, sandwiches and barbe
cue. Shorty's Pig' 'N Whistle
No. 2. Open until 12 p. m. *
THURSDAY SPECIALS—Salt ris
ing and rye bread. Friday spe
cials—French breads. Dainty
Maid Pake Shop.
AUTHORIZED "ZANOL" dealer
—Food, toilet and household
necessities. Thos. C. Gentry,
317 Justice street.
GRAND JURY SYSTEM ~
DECLARED 'ARCHAIC
MIAMI. Fla.. April 19.—(UP).
Federal Judge Halsted L. Hitter
yesterday cited the plight of a
negro who was held in county jail
for 181 days before an indictment
was returned, in branding the fed
eral grand jury system "archaic."
"With all these reforms, why
don't they abolish these grand
juries?" .Judge Hitter demanded.
"A new deal is certainly needed
here."
The charge against the negro
was dismissed.
AMERICAN EXPERT
HONORED BY SOVIET
MQSC-OW, April li)._(UP).—
Leon E. Swazyan, American en
gineer. former Russian, yesterday
was awarded the Order of Lenin,
one of the highest awards of the
Soviet Union.
NSWERS
•yilK sketch shows a bKAVER.
The quotation is from
Sl':«kespeare-s JULIUS CAE
SAR. JOHN NANCE CAR.
NEK has presided over the
House of Representatives and
U 3. Seaate consecutively
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Peach Growers
To Save by New
Loading Scheme
Southern Develoos Better
Protection for Produce
in Transit
ATLANTA. April 1!).— (IT). i
Xc»v plans for loading peaches
and other fruits and vegetables
which will Mivc money for ship
pers and give better protection I
in tiansit have been developed
h> the Southern Railway system
and proved out by actual test.-, j
according to announcement by
W. H. (iatchell of Washington,,
D. ('., assistant to vice president,
of the Southern, who will be I
triad to furnish graphic charts i
and complete explanations to any
interested shipper.
The plans which are suitable
for loading any commodity cus
tomarily packed in bushel and
half-bushel baskets and ciates
will be published in tariff form
but Mr. (Jatchell who is a trans
portation expert with many years
of practical experience with per
ishable products from southern
fields and orchards, is so en
thusiastic as to the results to be
obtained that he is anxious to
give advance information to ship
pers who have not yet used them.
"These plans afford both the1
shipper and the consignee a de
cided economy in loading and|
unloading," Mr. Gatchell says, j
"Indorsements received from:
shippers who have used them and
from consignees at various points j
of delivery are very convincing!
as to their economic value. In i
the interest of trnasit protection.1
the Southern railway has made a j
careful survey of the proper!
methods of loading and 1 shall:
be glad to furnish complete in- j
formation on request from any
shipper or grower."
There is no substitute for;
newspaper advertising.
ASST. SECRETARY OF
TREASURY IS OLD
GEORGIA TECH MAN
ATLANTA, Ga.. April 10.—
(Ul'-Lawrence Wood Robert,
Jr., assistant secretary of the
treasury in charge of public
works, is, by profession, an ar
chitect and engineer, having or
ganized Robert ic Co., consulting
engineers and architects, Atlanta,
Ga., in lfHfi.
He was born at Monticello, Ga.,
in 1K!»0, the son of Lawrence
Wood Robert, .Sr., and Minnie
Newton Robert, and singularly
won from his grandfather the
nickname "Chip" from the fact
he was the namesake of a father
popularly known as "Wood.''
Robert is a graduate of the
Georgia School of Technology
with the degrees of civil engineer
ing and electrical engineering,
and i sa member of the consult
ing board of engineers of Geor
gia Tech, as well as a past exe
cutive chairman of the board of
trustees of that institution.
Other posts he holds are: Mem
ber of the Georgia state board of
architects, the American Society
of civil engineers, the American
Society of Mechanical Engineers,
the American Institute of Elec
trical Engineers, as wel las di
rector of the First National Rank
of Atlanta, the Carolina Textile
corporation, the Seaboard Airline
railway.
The assistant secretary and
Mrs. Robert, (nee Louise Ayc»s,
Atlanta), have two children,
Lawrence Wood Robert 3rd, 21,
and Louisa, 18, the latter a mem
ber of the United States Olympic
swimming team and prominent
Atlanta debutante.
Since its organization in
Robert & Co.. has handled a
quartet of a billion dollars worth
of engineering design, embracing
1000 projects in 75 cities in up
wards of 20 states of the union.
Work of the company is exclu
sively consultative, both to pri
vate concerns and to the govern
ment.
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Honor Northern
General, May 6
ATHKNS, Ga., April 1!). (UP).
A Union soldier will bo honored
for the first time in history by
the University of Georgia when
Stephen Vincent Benet, the poet,
unveils ii portrait of his grand
father, General Stephen Vincent
Benet, alumni Day, May f>, in'
Athens. The portrait is a gift |
from the Benet family and will i
be presented to the university
tlnough the memorials committee
of the Alumni society of which
Dr. Phinixy Calhoun of Atlanta,
is chairman.
An original poem for the oc
casion will be read by the poet,
Benet, who as author of "John
Brown's Body,'' an epic of the
Civil war and one of America's
ureal est classics, is ranked by
literary critics as one of the- out-(
standing poets America has pto-!
duced. %
General Benet, an alumnus of:
the univer-itv and member of the
class of tX4r,, left college to at
, tend Weft I'oint as the first ap-I
nointee from the new state of j
j Florida, where he was bo»n at J
; St. Augur-tine in 1 s27 . Upon his J
graduation from West Point he'
! entered the armv. attaining the
! rank of brigqdier-geueia] and
chief of ordnance. He vvas the
J author of "A Treatise on .Mi'i-|
lary law." He died in So
far as the records of the Georgia
alumni office indicate lv>' was the
'only alumnus of the university to'
i fight with the Union armies.
General Renet's portrait is j
! one of the six that will be pro- j
J sen ted to university bv the Alum-J
ni society May Reunions of j
nil graduating classes ending in f
three and eight will he held at j
| that time.
jl BOWMAN'S HLUFF ||
° BOWMAN'S 1ILVKF. Apr. l'.l j
Robert Wilson is improving after
! having been ill for several flays, i
Mrs. ()ti.< Garren ;:nd little son, j
| of Hendersonvilk*, visited h'?r j
j j» i-and pa rents. Mr. and Mrs. S. 1
j Mace, Monday.
j Ail. and Mrs. .f. L. lluggins vis- j
ited relatives on bhawi, Creek j
i las'- Sunday.
Mrs. Wilfred Conrow of New
j York is visi.ing her sister, Mrs. j
j C. K. Mallet, for a few days. I
Mr::. Welflon Blythe was called!
to Hendersonville Sunday on ac
count of her father, Mr. Fanning I
| Corn, being- hurt in an automo
bile accident.
Mis. T. T. Whiteside, of Eto
wah. visited relatives here Sun
day.
Miss Miriam Williams spent j
Sundav with Misses Wilma ant! 1
Dot Mace, in Belmont.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE I
SALE
Under and by virtue of th : |
power of sale contained in that
certain deed of trust executed o.i
i he 1 :;t day of February, 1H27, by
J. T. Davenport and wife, Bertha
S. Davenport, which is duly re
corded in Book 120, at page .105,
Registry of Henderson County, j
default having been made in the j
payment of the notes thereby se
cured. the undersigned trustees
will, on the lfth day of May,
at 12 o'clock noun, at the i
courthouse door of Henderson |
County, sell at public auction to]
the highest bidder for cash, that
certain tract or parcel of land,
lying and being in Henderson j
County, in said State, and being!
known and designated as Lot No. !
2i'K, (,f Druid Hills Subdivision,'
as shown by the official plat or I
map of same, recorded in th-»!
Registry of Henderson Count v,
and more particular bounded and I
described as follows:
BEGINNING a a concrete)
monument on the East margin of i
Meadowbrook Terrace, in Druid j
Mills, said monument being the'
extreme western corner of lot No.
2!>8 and the extreme southern
corner of lot No. 2!)7, and runs
thence along the eastern margin
of Meadowbrook Terrace South |
:!X de<j-. and .'!() min. East 52.'J
CHAPTER XLVlll <
JANET said, "Why, yes, I re-J
member you. Jeff Grant intro-'
ducod us one day last summer
You're Miss—" slie hesitated— i
"Miss Calahan, isn't it?"
"So i made an impression!" j
ihe otlier girl said in mock sur-j
prise. "Yes, Dolores Calahan'sj
my name. I've seen you a couple;
')1' times since but you didn't see'
me. Hiding around in a big car
with a chauffeur 1 guess you
wouldn't notice anybody like me!
But just the same I've got some
thing to say to you and I'm going
to get it off my chest!"
"Why, of course—" Janet bo-1
gan but the other girl interrupted.
Dolores' dark eyes were defiant.
"What's the idea of two-timing j
a swell guy like Jeff Grant?" she]
demanded. "I saw you out there
with your blond boy friend! It's j
because Jeff's out of town, 1 sup-'
pose."
"What in the world are you
talking about?"
"I'm talking about you and the
way you treat Jeff Grant!" l)o- j
lores went on. "You needn't act
po innocent! Because you can't i
vet away with it. The Calahans i
aren't afraid to say what they |
think to anybody and I'm telling
you right now 1 think you're the i
limit! You're the kind of a girl
who thinks it's smart to let a
fellow get crazy over her and
'.hen give him the air. You don't
want Jeff but you don't want any-j
nne else to have him either."
"But—!"
uoiores sioppi:u ner. »> aa u
minute," she said. "I'm not go-j
ng to stop until 1'vo finished. I'm
'jot ashamed to admit 1 like Jeff
myself and I tried to make him
.'all for me. I'm not the only!
»ne, either. 1 didn't have a chance
tnd neither did any of the others. |
WhjBecause he's so wild about!
you he doesn't know we're on!
>arth. Say, if you don't want him j
why can't you lay off? Give!
somebody else a chance, can't
you V"
Janet was staring at her. 'Do
you mean you think Jeff is in love j
Aitii me?"
Dolores tossed her head. "I'd
•e blind if I couldn't sec that!"
"Why, 1 thought—"
"Yeah! You thought you'd
day your little game. Play
around with your blond Barry
nore and let a swell guy like Jeff
oreak his heart! There ought to
foe something done about dames
like you. You make me sick!"
"Just what," Janet asked in a
strained voice, "makes you think |
Jeff Grant is in love with ine?"|
"I guess I saw the way he
looked at you! I've seen him
mooning over a picture of you1
ne's got, too. Oil, don't try to!
play innocent—"
"Cut he hasn't any picture of
me."
"Yes, ho has. A snap-shot with
a couple of kids beside you. And
one day I heard him talking toI
you on the telephone."
Janet remembered the snap-;
shot then. Jeff had taken it the^
feet to a stake, the extreme south
ern corner of lot No. 298, and the
extreme western corner of lot No.
and runs thence leaving
Meadowbrook Terrace, and run
ling along the northwestern line
)f lot No. North 50 deg. IS
nin. East, 150 feet to a stake o.i
:iie southwestern margin of an
jnnanied drive; thence North .'IS
day ot tlie picnic Tor Uosie and
Tommy Silvani. rfhc had had nc
idea that lie had kept one of the
prints for himself.
"Listen," Dolores went on
"I'll tell you one thins — the Cula
hans play square. I wouldn't be
a cheap little cheater like you foi
anything in the world. You'll go
on just the same, I suppose. You'll
break Jeff's heart and ther laugh
at him hut at least I've had the
satisfaction of telling you exactly
what 1 think of you! Good
NICJIIT, Miss High-and-Migh'.y
Janet Hill!"
Head in the air, with a quick
whirl, she made her exit. Jan<t
turned toward the mirror. Fivej
minutes later she was still staring
at her reflection there.
» « 4
IT was three days later. There j
was no softly lighted table with-l
flowers and gleaming silver and
an orchestra in the distance as
there had been at Reigal's. This
table stood in the bright midday
glare of a window in a chain res- i
taurant. Outside the sun was •
streaming down and the Saturday
crowd iilled the sidewalk.
Jeff Grant said to the girl who
sat facing him. "This is a line
place to stage a party!"
"liut I like it!" Janet told him.
"The food's good and I always
have liked to come here."
"Well, it's o. k. with me if it
suits you." He turned quickly
as .1 waitress bearing a heavily
loaded tray barely dodged his
arm. "Looks as though everyone
in Lancaster were eating here to
day."
"That's one think l like about
it. I miss seeing crowds."
Jeff laughed. "Crowds! Say,'
I've seen all the crowds 1 want
for a while! New York was a
nightmare. All right. 1 suppose,
if you're used fo it hut, believe
me, I was glad to get back to
Lancaster."
Janet smiled. "Jeff," she said,
"do you think it's hard for a
young man to get a chance in {
business nowadays?"
"That's a funny question to
ask. You mean a job?"
"No. not a job. I mean a
chance to get ahead. To show
what ho can do alter he gets the
job."
"If a fellow's smart enough to
make use of the chances that
come his way he doesn't have to |
worry 1 guess. There are plenty)
of chances—seeing them and mak
ing the most of them is what
takes the brains. What in the
dickens made you think of that?"
"Oh—just something. I've got
another funny question to ask,
too. Will you tell me the truth?"
"Maybe. Have to hear what it
is first."
The girl's eyes met his directly.
"Will you tell iue." Janet said |
slowly, "why you gave that purse
we bought to Dolores Calahan?"
A dark flush rose slowly in
Jeff's cheeks. "Had to get rid of
it," he said. "You didn't want it."
"Then you didu't buy it—be
cause you were in love with her?" ■
"In love with Dolores?" lie
asked, astonished. "Say, for J
Lord sake—" The words were j
lost iu sharp laughter. "Not in I
a hundred thousand years! Say, I
that's the craziest oiie yet. What's :
this all about, Janet?"
She wasn't looking at him. -"I ,
just thought you were, that's all," ,
she said.
"Hut why on earth — ?"
* ♦ *
(Jill] met his eyes again. "Betty j
^ Carlyle is divorcing Itolf," she j
said. "She's in Reno now. I—Ij
thought maybe you'd like to know
he asked me to go to lunch with i
cleg. :10 niin. West 46.93 feet to
a stake a: the extreme northern
comer of lot ao. and tne
extreme eastern corner of lot No.
2!'T; thence leaving an unnamel
drive and running along the
southeastern line of lot No.
South 52 (leg. -10 mill. West 150
feet to the Beginning, and being
the same land conveyed to ft. («. i
him today. I turned liim down
to come here with you."
"You mean --?"
His eyes asked the question
and hers answered. There v»aa u
pause i:i which the rattle ot china
and silverware and the steady
hum v;t voices boat in upon them.
"Listen," J eft said suddenly.
"1 don't know it! I'm going crazy
or not There's a lot I don't seein
so understand and I've got to get
it straight. Come on, Janet! i
want to talk to you."
"Why, Jeff -!"
"Come on." he said. "There
i»n't a moment to lose."
"iiut we haven't finished
lunch."
Ills gesture was magnificent.
"Lunches can wait!" he said.
"This is important!" He steered
her through the narrow aisle to
ward the door. On the sidewalk
outside he signalled a cub.
"But where are you going?"
Janet asked.
"You'll see." They stepped iu
side !lie: cab. "Just head lor llie
park," J ♦•IT told the driver. "Aud
keep going."
The cab started oil with a jolt.
Quite naturally Jeff's arm slipped
about the girl's waist. Quite
naturally his cheek brushed the
velvet softness of hers. "Janet,"
he said huskily, "haven't you
known you're the only girl in the
world I care about? There never
has been any other. Didn't you
know it was you and nobody else
but you all the time?"
u * *
I I KR eyes were pools of liappi
ness. "I — I thought it was
Dolores," she told him. "And I
thought I loved Rolf but I found
out I didn't. I've never really
loved him. It was the person I
thought he was that I cared about.
Rolf wasn't liko that really."
"You're sure, dear?"
"Sure!"
"Oli, you darling!" Jtis arms
Lightened about lior. "Janet,
you're so sweet. So —so wonder
ful!" His lips found hers and
al! at once the world became
miraculous and breathless and
beautilul. The miracle of Jeff's
arms and Jell's kisses. The mir
acle of the girl and the intoxicat
ing sweetness of her. The mir
acle of youth and lore and two
hearts beating against each other.
There were kisses on her eye
lids now, her cheeks, her hair.
"How soon will you marry me?"
Jeff demanded. "This afternoon?"
She laughed. "I've promised
to stay with Mrs. Curtis until
Betty comes home. It couldn't be
before that."
"When is she coming?"
"A week from Tuesday."
"Then that's our wedding day!
I'm only making §50 a week aud
we won't have much but we'll get
along. In another year I can get
another raise. And I'm going to
do everything in the world to
make you happy. I've got $500 in
the hank—"
"Five hundred dollars! Oh,
Jeff, we'll he rich!"
"I will," he said. "With you
I'd be rich if 1 didn't have a cent.
Oh. Janet, didn't you know all
along—?" lie stopped suddenly.
"There's something 1 forgot," be
added.
"What?"
"Something important. I for
got to say, Janet, 1 love you.
More than anything or every
thing in the woi'ld! I love you,
darling. I love you!"
Her cheek was against his.
She put a hand up and drew his
face closer. "And I love you,"
she said. "Oh, Jeff, tell me
again!"
He told her in a manner com
pletely convincing.
(The Knd)
Evans, by deed recorded in Book
1 63, at page 405, Registry of
Henderson County, and subject to
the same restrictions and cove
nants as contained in said Deed.
Dated and posted, this the 18th
day of April, 1933.
L. E. JOHNSON'.
C. I). WEEKS, Trustees.
J -1 l)-Wed-4tp

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