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NEW CONSTRUCTION
IS AT STANDSTILL
No Permits Issued In May;
Fire-Month Total For
Year $17,650
New Construction work pulled up to
a standstill In Henderson during May.
- DID YOU KNOW? - - - By R. J. Scott
Happenings
in The Administra-tion
JOHN QUINCY ADAMS
■r p OUR SIXTH PRES.DEKT
Ril / £ PRESIDENTIAL EJLECrtfON IS
n \ ‘ £ THROWN i bi'i'o yhe House, of
RE.PRESENTX-lIVES AND
V ' RESULTS in -THE CHOICE OF
V vr" V ■ A adams Treaty of \bza
* TsVLV P JH NAVIGATION AND FISHERIES
il l "IfVIV * \ln * in The pacific is RATified-i
fl. ts DISPUTE vvrTH GEORGIA OVER
[F jw, \< t mm Indian land cessions
\ ,{ ,r BUNKER hill MONUMENT IS
A \jk J —BEGUM— ERIE CANAL IS
completed
Death of Thomas jeffersom,
and JOHN ADAMS , JULY 413
- Quincy tramway,some
*>’ ~*T -d /jJs IMES WRONGLY CALLED THE
first railroad in -The u.s. is
x Built prom Quincy, MASS.,To
IMBHf TIDEWAfER , THREE MILES AWAY
\ Convention between u.S.
\ and GREAT BRIfAIN To SETTLE
\ W y. NORTH-EASTERN BOUNDARY-ANTI
/ masonry has its rise and
opposiTon To Seceer Societies
JP'' a / Tariff of abominations
Q J • U passed- publication of
J cAvYt Cy *C/» CLOTK>vy CALHOUM’S EXPOSITION iM
Served oneYerm t J.. IMS - IB2 ® wtSSSS o rv°'‘
ANNOUNCING A BIG HALF PRICE
SUBSCRIPTION SALE
V V Dl *r*“ 1 Os The DAIL Y DISPA TCH
I 4 ||||
4 Thit JP Starting June Ist And Ending June 6th
One Full Year Subscription For $2.50
This half price offer applies to both new and renewal subscrip
*" mw/ tions. Amounts now past due may also be settled on the $2.50
■■■■■■■■■■■■l "WK/: ; mm : ' |S per year basis if you act before June 6.
Important! W? % YOU HAVE ONLY
- -- - ; FIVE DAYS
your for W&
$2.50 at or before To take advantage of this unusual offer
’Zjrjz; MONDAY, JUNE 6th
wy. Is the Last Day
Mettiiersnn Batty Bispatrh
Phone 610 Henderson, N. C.
with no permits at all issued by Fire
Chief E. T. Shepherd, that official re
ported today. It was the first month
of 1932 when there was no new build
ing at oil though only 1800 was shown
in January.
For the first flee months of 1932
permits have heea Issued for $1? 6flo
as new building in Henderson, as
compared with 127.950 for the cor
responding period in 19*1. represent
ing a decline of slightly more than
SIO,OOO.
A woman wears n veil for the same
reason that distance lends enchant
ment
HENDERSON, (N. C.,) DAILY DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, I»3£
STATE INCOME FAR
BELOW ESTIMATES
(Continued from Page One.)
partment of Revenue, amounting to
date to only $15,514,235. still leavee a
big gap to be filled by collections dur
ing Junt. These figure do not include,
however, the approximately $3,000,000
which has been collected fro mthe 15
cents Statewide property tax, or the
collections from other sources.
One of the causes of the deficit of
$3,475,000 for this fiscal year is that
the collections from the 15 cents tax
will probably amount to not more
than $3,000,000 instead of to the $4,500, |
000 estimated b ythe General Assem
bly, an dto a shortage of fully $1,000,-
000 in the amount expected from the
inheritance tax. There has been a
general shrinkage in the amounts ex
pected’ from almost all the other
sources, including the income tax. in
spite of the fact that the 1931 Gen
eral Assembly increased the taxes in
almost all schedules.
General fund collections for May
amounted to only $240,514 from all;
sources, according to the statement of j
collections for May made public to-.
day by Commissioner of Revenue A.
J. Maxwell. Os this amount license >
THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY
C Y~7r, —r.-’ZTT. ... \ /HUH-something funny \
HAM PR l ;es 1 f'r jl ABOUT -THAT Deal. YOU
CUT To \ LAST YEAR 1 SO *“ P \ OLD SK)KI FLIhYT TMEISE
theboniL I this same can for must o'been someth^
_/ )-pS ) 3OtNO\AJ ITS fS WITH IT, OR. HOW C>
£*\Jc ' TOU <SET IT BACK ?
J can'"!
J .. . ... .. I
»T CYNTHIA SHARP HAS THET
>UTATIOM OP THE
>H\MDES~r SHf)PPEft ON MAIN ST,
taxes brought in $77,542; franchise
taxes $19,630 and income taxes $122,-
418. This Is $19,000 less than was col
lected in May, 1931, from much iow»-r
tax schedules
graham believed
IN LEAD OF GILES
(Continued from Page One.)
ber of the General Assembly, as a
member of the Advisory Budget Com
mission. of which he is still a membr,
and as speaker of the House in 1920,
was sufficient to make him known
to the Democrats of the State and
to assure his nomination.
But recent reports indicate that
Granem may have a much more for
midable opponent in Giles that either
he or his fneuda iad anticipated and
that Giles has been carrying on a
quiet but bu*sv campaign for the
nomination, oo as not to alarm either
Giaham m ms friends. As a result,
Gil s' mends are predicting that he
will either be hifh man 1» the pri
mal j or else l;c such a close second
that a ceco.iJ prmary will be neces
nary.
DispatcL
WANT ADS
Get Results
FOR SALE—FOUR JERSEY~OCm-~
with flr*i and second calves w
BrurmnJtt. Route 3. Oxford \ J
3b and i
NOTICE; ALL DENTIST^ OFKIO.
in Henderson will be
afternoon at 4 o’clock dunng Ju 7 V
July and August. Make ur
potntments accordingly. l-i* *. lo jj
SPECIAL PRICES On’shoe h
pairing during Fire Sate 0] ‘ L
Ladies,, Men’s and childrens 7
setes, me] rubber heels. :>oc '
Shoe Stoie opposite j r ri ' '
Co. I * rn '
1 i; ;
USED CAB VALUES
1929 Gldsmobile Coech
1928 Oakland Sedan
1927 Pontiac Sedan
1928 Whippet Sedan.
1928 Ford Truck.
1928 Ford Coach.
1927 Chrysler Coach.
MOTOR SALES CO.
Phwne 832.
5-tf
HOME GROWN NANryUau.
ami other kinds of |>,, l:illl
plants. W. W. Parker. ]-i ti
FOR RENT-FIVE ROOM BUNOA
low. hardwood floors heat,
garden planted, one )>Ux.-k
high school. Phone 443. ] ]
FOR RENT—ONE FD'E ROu;.\
house. ZolWeoffer Avenue and i,-,
six room house College riie*
These liouses are clean and in g.„.i
condition, ready for you. Alex ;;
Watkins. 23-*;
THE DAILY DISPATCH TS NOW (,;.
sale at The Smoke Shop. Jefffr>. tl
Case. Henderson Candy Kiiehe.
Wortrnan’s Pharmacy, Wiggins T/: .
Store, Agency. You may w. r
a copy from any of these
at the regular price of fw. 2a-;t
Everyone must have a trace- any *;o:
flake yours PRINTING. The Pilau:.;
industry oilers exceptl'mal wages ji,.
nructlon available. Monotype. Ittyboar;
and caster. Linotype, Hand romposuu)
vnd Praaswcrk on modern grutsi tor
hill Information write the POljjiEh.s
PCHOOL OF PRINTING at lil« If
i fioukh St. Nashville, l enn

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