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NOW .YOU KNOW - - - - By R. J. Scott
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HENDERSON, (N.C.,) DAILY DISPATCH WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, T 932 '
IHE OLO HOME TOWN Kfircifwiir s: wcinisr. By SiANtJEY
g\JS THE )DEA "S
ALL- THOSE S, THIHkCS J
0 MAT BWES ON \ |
ELL.ERS SKATES J l HAT I |
)SM IVE BEEN n \ BOXES!/ i M \■ ■
the- littl-e diplomat- oni»x t=ou® da~ys
BEFORE AL.L. FOLKS VMKO TMINK
; \AtILUC ~TM INKS THEY AMAT BOXES PLEASE
HOi-D UP THElfe HANDS Q bee W. Stanley Central [*r«w \2.~2,\ - 3x|
SALES TAX LQSEM;
SOME (US FAVOR
Granvitta Legislator Swiick
es From )99>1 Stand;
Economy Ptanasad
WriMtSuiul.
Raleigh, Dec. 23.- Btopreaentutive
Claude AJlen. of Granville, who has
been in Raleigh talking legislative
work. says that, despite hie long stand
for the luxury tax in the 1831 General
Assembly, he hopes that neither genr
anal nor selective commodity tax on
sales will be necessary to balance the
budget.
He confesses that he does not know
how it can be done, as he is doubtful,
that there can. be enough trimming
in the schools, department* institu
tions, salaries and Stale highway
work. U>. balance accounts. "But I
don’t want any kind of sales ta» All
kinds are a nuisancer’ Mu. Allen, told
your bureau. “I stood- for the luxury
tax at the last session and voted
against the general sales tax. But my
objection to them l» th® l *»«*** at *
■ nuisances and once on the books we
will never get- them oft
-I see some o* the school people
resent suggestions of further cuts in
their salaries. I hate that, too, but
these efforts at eoonomy are aimed
I at the school people purely because
they happen to have enough money
to make a cut count. When 10 per
cent comes off that total it means
money. That Is all the reason any
body offers for cutting teachers sal
aries. Nobody thinks they get too
W ȣ* Allen says J
going U* put It* salary wmeuaw m
SiT hand* at seven wise nt *
politicians." who will condition*
over the county and make recommetr
d&tions. "The legislature cant know
what is best hack home,
he looks Uyc something goda to cotae
•: opt of thid noble' experiment.
But the people affected by it will
probably pine for the politicians who
usually are more generous than the
■‘business men.”
FORECLOSURE SALE
By- virtue ofi authority vested in the
' undersigned- as trustee in a certain
deed of trusU executed by Anderson
Clements and recorded in *Book 82,
Page 150, default living been made in
the payment of the note therein se
cured at the request of the holder of
the same, I will offer for sale by pub
lic auation ton cash, at the courthouse
door in Henderson, N. C.. on the 7th
day. of January, 1383 at 12 o'clock Ihe
following described lands:
Begin at a stake on the road lead,
tug fvfom th« crossing of the South
ern Railway track near W. Y Swains
new house to Roeecs old milt. Robert
sons o«uraar in John Hodges line and
run thenua N. 7 degrees Id E 8-. 86
chains along Robertsons link A a stake
In, a ditch, thence N 88 degrees 50 min
utes E. 3.25 chains to an iron' pie
ißHtteds old comer, thence continu
ing the same coarse along Whitted
line 16.30 attains to a stake on the
road 1 , thence* serose the road hi a
Southern direction about 75 feet to an
iron gin. a corner In the olfi. Reavig
land, now Crowder’s and Harris cor
ner. thence along Adam JBirris line
to John. jHodge line, tfceabe along
Jakn Hodge line to glaoe of heginaing,
oontaining A 1.2 acres more or leas.
Sse deed of T. T. Hieke, tntatee and
W. H. Rebertson to Amtbrson Cle
ments.
This 7th day of December, 1932. i
A. A. BUNN, Trustee.
VUdQMAL PfiQVE&|Y
■ The undersigned administrator of
fttte eetafe-e# E. L. Farmer, deceased,
will offer for sale *t the S’. L. Banner
homeplace, near th« North Hendersoe
»» 051 Tfedneedny, December
28, 1932, the sale to /take yjase. *t 11
A. M., the following articles of
sonal property^
Horses, mules, bows, hogs and other
farming implements and personal pro
perty belonging to th« estate of K. E,.
Farmer, terms of sale cash.
i. h . mm pyre.
Administrator of estate of
E. L. Farmer.
A. A. BUNN, Afty.
Christina* Holiday
Faros Bttwgca All
Points On The
Seaboard and
AU Points in tbs Soutfa&st
Tickets sold December 14 to 25,
Final return limit January 9
Tickets- also sold December
2H to 2«
Final' return limit December 21.
Also December 3(j to January 2
final limit January 3
To points in southwest and west,
Tickets sold December lf> to sit
l 4 ina) return limit January 12
To Eastern and. Northern
I Destinations
Tickets sold December 13, 16, 17
20. 21, 22. 23 and Morning
trains 24th
Final Betnrn Limit .January 15th
Consult Ticket Agent for
Information
CL E. PUaSANm D. P.
Balwlth, H. O. n«efi m» w tv
m Odd FeUow*
Sabogd
Di »wtch I
WANT ADsI
®*t Results I
NEW • v '-' T ''' •■■: :T,;; ;;; -1
Watkins \}. lt .„ ~., |ff
Montm-iiu |.- ..■, |9m
■DOLL CLOTHES ).'< ,j. , |f|
I lire outfit u.r a< \. ,/ j > ' U - E, ||j
consisting Ot v< h i ■■' ■
P«rty drehs, .„ . '" ,: " «
Wnli made Ch* ~, • S
H. A Dt-ntiK v ■
NEVER MIX,-, 'nil- I
, are on tho UIJ , “ M. §§§
uj>e at your u<«„ Wi .,, ~ '*'• »• H
cleaning M . lv ,„. v , ~ : "' t Iff
I Co. >%.r.. ff
VISIT Th¥ GOODY ~,.■';. I
J. Whurnore. ,
expert siwL\ (; ~ 1A( I
vice on any make '/‘- ;;
accept* U m pay-nieni „’ u . H
maindj-r of IX-cembe: ,j >;
House. 215# S..t, , A *”‘ S
Streei . Phone r,i«. I
Watkin.s Motor (\. ' I
Announces n . i jp- „.
New Aastin i . ,i- ~ . 9
lor 1933. New !kklj >[n
chan«es in mecharucai ,i, -,. 9
Watkins Mot. : <•
Montpontery s>
SEE TUCKERS < ill; ,
l<ipci*at .sptcial You • ,
hurry a.-, we huv. ~ri , ~ ;.„
j go at specaU pur. . A . ~ ~
1 of men’s suits a p, ..,
I Tucker Clothing Co :v .
‘SPECIAL THIS WEEK OM.y'm;.,
Jennie’s co<,k hook .‘.or pi,,, nH
FOR RENT FIRST FLOOR'kivf'
room ur.furnished apai’ner,- v
heat, Karage and gaiden a,. n> ,
ern conveniences. Apply ~
O. C. Btacknal). phr.n.- .'ikM-j
Wed-Sat ;j
WE HAVE FANCY l- RUIT al- ,
fruit by measure, appte.
down as 20c per peck The
Shop. H. J. Whi’m.ue -j;.j ,
TOBACCO FARMERS USE oi.lj
newspapers to store your *ur»a •,
bacco on. Get them at the D„i
j Dispatch office for 10r pe r b: n «.-
COAL, GOOD COAL—LET I’F FcT
up your bin now while it i.> che.;i
it w*!l be higher after av ath. r gt;*
I cold We have a full seek r-:c
for you at right price Qual.ty
‘ and weight guaranieed Phnne :>
Hight’s Coal and Wood Y .rd
likeod t’
OUR CANDIES ARE ALL H-LC
madej perfectly fri-ch ~uJ re
prices right. No r> --;r :.-.1.
mixture can be . i.yivh.
only 10c per !b .; f.
Shop H. J. Whitnutc
IN ORDER TO GIVE <»l ii »’”STt»
mers the very best pn ->inu .ir.o •
cleaning tierviw ntmt") <.m i»j> *
will be open every n.etn *
Open your wardrobr to out •'
and we will keep yout ■ »-w ■ v
looking new; also ntak- y ,ir ■
clothes look new-. Just pun-
May-Smith Cleaning C
BE THRIFTY
For Christmas give o
AUSTIN
Costs less to buy !. -• >
rate 1983 models n<»v. on >U |.L.
Watkins Mou»r <’.»
Opposite Biy H'-nd'-tson Wat .. .u.-
Montgomery St. H-ndi;-* N 1
II l t K --'L
ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT TANOE
rines, -bananas. Fioiula and Co-
I fornia. fruit. Don’t forge; < it: horn,
made candies. The C.ooJy Sh.-r
H?. J. Whitmore. - I ' 3
BUY TOUR MEN FROM
> Tuoker'a big stock of me" - t’hi.e
, mas gift items We l-av*- n”•
assortment, come in and hi-ine
gift list. Tucker Clothing <’*•
-
5 m
t
> FOBJCCI.OHt KK SAlh
> By virtue of authoiity vested in !
Undersigned as trustee, in a « r
‘deed of trust executed by Will H-.‘<
and wife Maria Hayes, and
Fin the office of the Register < l! l’*
sos Vance County, in Book s. 1
1 Ttt, default having been mail* 1!
payment of the note therein
at the request of the hold< i
same I will offer for .sal** >»>
»“tton at the courthouse duot
slmon, N. C.. on the 7th da\ "f J-f
uary, 1983, at 12 o’clock, the f«ii" w;:
;described property:
Begin at a stake J J J ‘ ,rd:ir ' v
Otr on T4nco)n Avenue run h< <■•
pld 1-4 W. 840 feet to a Hake. tl;.ir
idaswn. a gulley to back corrx i lot • ••
■ ana and taro in Block H; :h» r.ir •
89 8.4 S. and along back line, ben
[along J. Y. Eatons line, thence *“•
hack line of lots Nos. - ar
block H.. 426 feet to J Y
lln*i thence along Eatons ■ ?
(feu* courses and distances ’•• •
■hnlsiiu back corner of farm • (
theaao along line of No i* y' ’ .
4» piaea of beginning
Htandorson Loan and
fantaaay et aI. to Will H <v- '
• Bag* 200. On this land •-
* tmut room or five room tlw '
[ Tb!*r 71 h day of Der.-mle •
A. A. BHNN "

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