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of governor Roosevelt at his Warm '
Springs home welcoming tho Presi
DAVIS UNABLE TO
> BH INTO PRISON
Aaxious To Start Serving
His Term, But Red Tape
Delay* Him
Dally UUpateh Bsress,
/ Is the Mr Welter Hetel.
•V J. C. U.% **•»' KRv|i.v,
Raleigh, Oct. 26—Although Wallace
B, Da vis. former president of the Cen
tral Bank and Trust Company of
Asheville, is In Raleigh and anxious
to start serving his sentence of from
five to seven years in the State Pri- '
son hers, he eanrfot enter the prison i
yet and may have to wait a week or |
nt least several dr«*s before the prison ;
Will admit him. Davis was convicted I
on several counts in connection with 1
the failure of his bank there in 1930'
and sentenced from five to seven
years. This sentence is entirely sep
arate and apart from the sentence of
from four to six years imposed upon
him In his conviction with Luke Lea
and Luke Lea Jr., of Tennessee, this
y Round Trip
Week-End Fares
HENDERSON TO
Richmond PA
Portsmouth-Norfolk
Tickets sold for all trains Fridays,
Saturdays, and morning trains
Sundays during October, Novem
ber and December 2 3 4.
Tickets limited returning prior
to midnight followng Tuesday
Baggage checked, stopovers al
lowed. Honored in pnllman cars
upon payment of pullman fare.
For Information See Agent
Seaborn)
BIG SISTER - High But Not.Ory - By fes FQRGRAVE
1 " fW '* ( "X LOOK VAfHERC VO* VMA*S <so4hif? Q*T J
HOMP iDEAOYOOq'MO / tOMOQTvUM f \ o J A t* “C** MvDPW.fe O'
aSy a °° K T . WASft*’ W 6 G.tT iMTA TO G€.T A* LITTLE t Y4UAT , . RtVER, / .
WAY- Q°oT\ TW RNeR'AMVBU \ME.T ' PER TM* 77 -JL T .. ~ « f
\ HEQ€ / home. \ rea *e.uP nmvjile \ sA.kE.ooi4 ve«. yeah. 7^77
RIGHT NONA). NWE GtT OOR YOU GO.A© OFF CfilAO^tM, EOL / WfUTUATAMOT
oti THIS HERE / YU.< -*■. . •*- f all \wV NAOTORfe )
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THE GUMPS —LiSTBIti MY CUtI,BRSH - 7 '" ' ' *
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dential candidate as he arrived for a
short visit Sunday. Left to right:
Wes Anderson. C. M. Camp, A. L.
I latter sentence to run concurrently
j with the other sentence.
Davis came here yesterday to give
| himself up and start serving his sen-
I tence at the State Prison. But it was
found on his arrival that the record
and sentence in the case had not yet
been certified down to the clerk of
court in Buncombe county, as must
be done. For the clerk of court must
receive a certified copy of the judg
ment of the State Supreme Court in
a case that has been appealed, before
he can issue commitment papers for
apv prisoner.
The judgment was ready to be cer
tified to the Buncombe county clerk
of court last night and probably will
be sent to him today. But at most
several days will be required before
the commitment papers can be made
out and sent to Davis, who intends to
remain here until they are redeived.
General Albert L. Cox, counsel for
Davis, said today that there is little
chance for these papers to be received
until Friday or even later.
Several days ago another western
North Carolina banker, J. Mack
Rhodes, of Hendersonville, arrived at
the State Prison here to give himself
up and start serving his sentence, im
-1 posed in connection with the failure
of a Hendersonville bank. But he did
not have commitment papers and the
prison refused to take him. Now he
and Davis are both awaiting the pro
per papers to admit them to prison.
COMMISSION MIGHT
FORCE LOWER RATE
(Continued from Pago One.)
provide sufficient revenue, that he old
1 and higher rates could be instituted
again by giving 60 days notice to the
Corporation Commission.
If these four power companies do
not offer materially lower rates at the
conference tomorrow, the commission
! may decide to take more drastic ac
tion.
! MOTORISTS FORM
TAX RELIEF BODY
(Continued from Page One.)
line, automobiles or accessories, as
well as paying their share of the other
taxes. This has resulted in such a
tax burden that many former auto
mobile owners have either had to stop
using their cars or break them up
TSENMSBDN, '(R.C,) DAILY DESPATCH WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, T&fc • : ii 5
Belle Isl*. member of reception ar
rangements committee; Otiis Moor:*
and Governor Roosevelt.
and convert the rear axle 3 into "Hoov
er Carts" of one mule power.
While the high cost of operating an
automobile has not been the only fac
tor in bringing about a steadily de
creasing registration of automobiles
in North Carolina, it has undoubtedly
been a large contributing factor, Mr.
Allen said. The decreased registration
has brought about a decided decrease
in the sale of gasoline, oil, tires and
other accessories. It is because of this
that this organization is beinf formed
in an effort to lifhten the tax load of
the automobile owners, Mr. Alien said.
Other objectives of the association
are vigorous opposition to any diver
sion of any part of the gasoline tax
for anything other than highway
maintenance and construction and the
enactment of legislation to put a atop
to any gasoline tax evasion by distri
butors or filling station operators.
Robert Burns, the Scott i.-m poet,
loved to call himself ‘‘Rah the Ranter"
FORECLOSURE SALE
By virtue of authority vested in the
undersigned as trustee in a certain
deed executed by Polly Crute on the
14th day of July, 1928, and recorded
in Book 151, Page 115, Register of
Deeds Office of Vance County; de
fault having been made in the pay
ment of the notes therein secured at
the request of the holder of the same,
I will offer for sale by public auetkm
at the courthouse door in Henderson,
N. C., on Saturday the 19th day of
November, 1932, for cash, the follow
ing described property:
Begin at a stake on the N side- of
Rock Spring Street and run thence N
7.30 E, 260.9 to a stake, thence
S 25.10 W. 250.9 feet to a stake on
East Roek&pring street, thence S 266.-
45 E. 76.9 feet to place of begisning.
being the house and lot sold to Polly
Crute by P. W. Rowland and wife
July 17, 1928. This deed of trust is to
secure a part of the purchase price.
This 18th day of October, 1932.
A. A. BUNN, Trustee.
W. H. Boyd
Registered Engineer and flugMp—
Office in Law BoMlaf
Office Phone 198 Rome Phene 19
t * i .. * „
■ DID YOU KNOW? --- By R. J. SpSM
v^7: / fH»* BEACH Home. Ml W&lqHlNfi
oM BILEMI ISLAvMD, 6 POUND*
FALLS wi<n
Lamprey eea-* "1«e house is I
KO.L "THOUSANDS of bu iIT on rH| i fHf; ,<Sk» Y *
fish ea<h yea*. *v W (ft
MYMwMti -tfEMOiiLVES r / •
-tSiftE live fish amd ; 8r
living QFF-rtlE-s Blood I V r : «w*W?U w c^...ZSSLn
THE OLD HOME TOWN ■»■»..»««. By STANLEY
POR.TER6 - i told 'too half an hour Ago to '‘“n
8RlN«, f MY GRIP FROM THE HOUSE — OTEY! WHAt)
Became c*= that check i asked vou “to cash )
THIS MORmln^? — AND as FOR TOU DAD ■=
js )T possible -to buy a ticket r ==:= 7 ==:= T^ : = ss =i
TO BELDEN CITY BEFORE THE r"STj
STRAIN LEAVES ?y ‘ < JUk ' j’
f 7",
AUNT SARAH PEABODY BEEN OUT (3F7BWN
IN MONTHS BUT SHE WOULD HAVE To PICK THE •STHnaB-^
OME DAY WHEN THE BOYS AT THE DEPOT
WERE KICKING UP A BIT „, M u ,, c „,„, !
IHapatch
WANT ADS
Get Remits
FOR SALE A ML'l.rirp.
thrpe printing druir., ‘ nf ~
stands of type. Wa. : ,
Investigate at once i\ :;" 1 «
(Floyd, Route 4, Ht-ndets,,,. * 1
Bostonian balance i. 7"
nsw SB.OO shoes are a:.
ask for In style. qua.,ij' 7-
The greatest shoe
teen years. Tucker c.t..
PINE SHINGLES, ASPHai .
roofing, 5-v crimp '
ing, asphalt shinßl,-;,, \ a | r>
ridge roll at “The Pia.v ; \ '
Alex S. Watkins.
$5.75 WORTH OF GAS .n.777~
will *ake you l.Uuo mm- ,
tin car. What cheap*:
tion could you want' i n .., '
the Austin. You can a tj _ ‘
Watkins Motor Co.
FOR RENT - FOUR ROOM j ; h .-
floor apartment, com;..-
nished. Private baUi ami { .’ . ‘
trance, garage. Pm*- „
small furnished house. ij:>
J. Rowland, 824 Nicho.a t ,7
SEE ALEX S. WATKINS A, 7
Place of Values - ' for v.. . j,. ; ,
cha*n. well buckets and v*> . « .
“Where quality tells and pr^e
(OUß MANSFIELD OXFOI;. 7.7
men are the talk of m. *
$3.96. They ate abr.oiuti., .
we know of in this cou: .. .
for leas than sß.no. Y. . r ,
» jjudge—come and r,
Tucker Clothing Co. _r
MISSING—LARGE POINTER r-i
liver spotted and ticked. A
name of “Fim." any infotir_i:. ( ,r.
garding h* a wl.ereabouti vni.
preciatied. D. Boyi K;nih,, 1
24 o *
W. M. HARDISON CHJRuRori:
removes corns, bunions and n.: ;
nails. Will be at Fore he*- r,
Shoe Store Friday, Octcb*: .»
26-1
COAL, Co*tL, COAL PIKcE
29. Quality Coal, otru
weight. Prompt delivery. '■
H. Watkins Yard
Methodist Church. 7 :
YOU WILL BE DELIGHTEH WTh
our display of new Mali ■
They are cravenetttd to ..
ture. All th° popular -•
shapes are here. T-j -K* t
Co. f . ! i
FOR RENT—S ROOM HOIT-ii ..
Chestnut Street half Li k t
West End School. Also ..;-ar;r:.* :
for rent in the Stonewa.. ; .
E.lc G. Flannagan. >'.*
BUILDING. REPAIRING OP. P -i
ing? It will pay you to
Place of Values. “Wlaj-
Tells and Prices Felt \ ‘
Watkins. (Next to Ru.-;
ANOTHER BIG SUHPR.'Ti l
those young fellows Ick.n . t .
pants suits. We haw :
by Schloss Brothers, whi •* -- •
you of high quality, fi .ir.i -
Newetst patterns and
er Clothing Co. 2* n.: .
THE BIG SWING IS TO THK a'.*
tin because of its low opei ;. ;ul -
nuLintainence co.-t. Busin* s-
I cerns desiring to lower the:: d
costs can reduce it to 1-2 (*.. *•
mile with an Austin W*ii.L
Motor Co. 2b 1"
Kvarydoe must have a trade - vfcT r **
9»ke yours PRINTING. Tfct W-X
Industry offers ! -
ttructlon available, Mono'ypt. iet)oMr.
knd caster, Linotype, Hand rompoMttr
»WS Presswork on modem fresw
Information write the fi( t HEfl>
GQSOQL OF PRINTING *1 1»1« » f
9o»G Nashville, lenn
COMMISSIONERS SALT
An advance bid having !••-< t rn.-:
raising the bid made ai t?.«- -
the herein described land- .«n-i
Clark of Superior Coui: !..i. n*.
ere< i a re-sale thereof. ;he n:. i> - - -
entitled "Minnie •'uller. <x*> .i x
dar the will of Charles E t ..
Minnis Fuller, Melvin Fu. - t - f
-Pulter. Mrs. R. E. VanDv*. -h •'
». Brummitt. Mary Fu; • !
Vernelle Filler, Alice Fu ■: 1••
Fuller, heirs at law of O. :
Fuller, will offer 'or sale at "f*' * J
House door on Thursday rau
10th. 1933, at 12 o'clock by J
tion for cash, the following dr— ;, ‘
lands::
Tt*e same being the honi* i r
the late C. M. Fuller '
8-4 acres more or less, situa’rd ■■
•nd being on the East * ‘
H«>derson and Bobbitt to i t >i- -
•*v*n miles South of Hfnc’:' ,:
*RMatl t Qsvnahip, bounded x
ttla lands of Jack Stone
,® I ty Mods of J. P. Rowi-rd ■
and Gao. Burwell. and on S
c. B. Hight, on West b% ' '
,11c road leading from H<" I ' r '
Bobbitts.
This sale is made subji < t 1
k*g* on the proper'y f* ■ *
Federal Land Bank of C
balance due thereon as of Mv
wua $2190.86. Sale mad. ‘
this amount and accrued
.4fte of confirmation of sak
The bidding to begin at _
Wng made subject to ' ’ r
*»1 Land Bank Mortgage *- r,t- '
"iat out.
This 28th day of October. 1532
A. A. BUNN. Comm-

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