qn AY. APRIL 28, 1932 5IEFS Tiafe plea for the unseating of his succes sor as senator, jonn H. tsajikhead. On his odd familiar tilting ground, the bulky, frock-coated Heflin held forth for five hours and ten minutes neiore crowds that packed tie gal leries and formed long lines outside cnc uoors. rms Conference ,rm , t f Geneva fU being made toward fre5S 'i,viv. but surely. lent on Railroad 5 tri have been t late of Burlington, met i.tti on a rauiunu r , t3.onJ vridav night. f oneycutt, tor 10 y fr0f Hendersonville city f' Ju J. H. Cowles at Lex- u who has rounded rear mcic- icbman at U. JS. . tlin S. lllCKiiin" -jx v.- diversity acnuu ih the baccalaureate sermon $veity of North Carolina Jl Hill June 5. J un Fclipse August 31 f Su" of the United r . nnnortunitV to .her total eclipse r."-- .m ...I nii.narn. hcinir maae ior iiuKr-.o .' It will be in 1970 before H -c strain lor hub Big Court Game Warden Wages War Assistant state game warden, W. ('. L:sk, is waging war against illegal Ushers who use baskets and other il legal methods. The closed season is on between Mayl and June 10, and l'.shn.g by any method is prohibited. The law will be enforced, says Mr. Lisk. wetk at Concord, defendants being Criminal court is in session th's charged with 18 varieties of crime comingr ud for trial. Mrs. Mary Wid- the. otfunct bank of CHlnton. in Samp cnhouse is to be tried for murder, .son ci.untv. alleirinc that it oDerated charged with slaying her husband, I ten Years under a svstem calculated Suit Aeaint-t Clinton Bank A $150,000 suit has been fieled auuirst the officers and directors of Dri ald Didenhouse. W ill Try To Increase Income Tax 1 he movement to get mure tax money irom higher incomes seemed to bo growing instead of waning to day as the senate finance committee tippioached this section of the house revenue bill. Originating in Democratic ranks the an calls for raising the levies con- sideiably above those voted by the boust. inevitable to result in utter insolven cy. Evidence of rvaud are being offeree. New Books Are Added To The Local Library Commits Henderson County Banker Suicide Henderson county officers Tuesday attributed the suicide yesterday of S. G. Rhodes, 58, cashier of the Bank of F'etcher, to ill-health. Sheriff W. A. Garren and Coroner J. F. Brooks said Roades' death was a citpr case xl suiciue. inc ta"'" (by Library Publicity Committee) A former resident has recently done something to relieve an acute situa tion in our Library namely, given two dozen new books. The fact that all happen to be mystery stories means much to a large class of readers who find such to be "unlaxing" and that is what they are seeking. Three of the best in the collection are by Edgar Wallace. They are "A King By Night," "The Door With Seven Locks," and "The Valley of Ghosts." A rival of the above is it:l. li iilnaiwra h Contacts ,.?rr" mal contact wiin me muim.. " ,.,Wctrivl tn have E is son is ui"-" . i Vby Col, Charles A Land- Virginia last ween., n rwl n haVfl leeting was rep"" - ,vhile the iamous mci 1L .' ..... leiof Mnndav rem hi esia " Jay. tn Sneaks lleiore neiiui f of applause so loud and pro, ! by a narrow Lfthgallerles were order-, i?r, p.refe.. f swept througn tne a, . picturesque J. Thomas tf Alabama, concluded a fervid was found at 9 o clock Tuesday morn-, . ..Tho Link Th Paiferry Riddle," inc in the vault ot the Darnc wiui i.,i y.:ia r,,nj,,rfr" bullet through his head. He lived a few rroments after W. H. Sumner,' (resident of the bank, and G. N. Hen- son liquidating agent oi seveuu i ed bnks in western North Carolina found him. 4 i ia new oraer o tiling Time., Tide and Ahnion waic .'or J10 i"lV-T?" "Murder on B. Heck," "Shadows," "The Other Bullet," and "The Dart mouth Murders," all written by ex perts in their line. Others sure to be popular, "The Strange Death of Mar tin Green," (a real puzzle, by the way) 'The False Purple Murder In The Willett Family," "The Thing In The Night," "The Garston Murder Case," "The Fourth Finger." "The Illustrious Comse." "Seeds of Murder,' and Horsemen of Death NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE ; On Thursday, May 19th. 1932, at eleven o'clock A. M. at the court house door (Masonic Temple usjd as a -temporary court house), in the t?wn ef Wavnesville, Haywood County, North Carolina, I will sell at public outcry to tue highest bidder for cash, the fallowing lands lying and being in Emit Fork Township, Haywood Coun ty, North Carolina, more parucuiauj described as follows : FIRST TRACT: BEGINNING on it water oak on West bank of Pigeon River, corner of G.W. Clark and H. C. Heatherly tracts, and runs N. 76l?y W. 8 poles to spruce pine; thence N. 82' W. S poles; thence S. 78 , 8 pules to a white oak on top of ridge; thence S. 72lj . SV poles to black oak; thence :i5"" K. 18 poles, 12 ;inks to stake in old Gwynn line; ,!,..,.. V i K. lti noles. 5 links to Spanish oak in low gap; thence N. ;?SH' t ptles, H links to dogwood' on top of ridge; thence N. 51" E. 13 poles, 7 links to stake m gap on ridge; thence N. ol K. 7 poles to a stake on top of knob; thence N. K 11 poles, 9 links to a stake on said ridge; thence N. :5V W. 21 poles, 5 links u stake on ton of said ridge; thence N. 75" K. 14 poles, 18 links to spruce pine on west bank of said River; thence with old river run S. 8 K. 8 poles. 10 links to stake; thence S. 41V F. 20 polos to stake on bank ol river; thence, with bank of river S. 281-." K. 4 poles; S. lfi" K. 0 iniles; S. W. H polos; S. :U" V. 17 poles; S. 15 K. 9 iHiles to mouth of small branch; thence S. 4:V K. 9 poles; m. j.'! V.. 14 ooles to the 1 MilSNlM. containing 23 acres, more or less. SECOS'D TRACT: BEGINNING on a double chestnut on top of ridge,, II. E. Trull and Gwynn estate, and rur.s Northeast course 43 poles to rock, H.E. Trull corner; thence with his line 11 poles, 4 feet to stake in his line; thence Northward course 13 poles, ti feet to black oak in said lina of Gwynn tract; thence 18 poles, 12 feet to "stake in said line; thence South ward course with Gwynn line to the BEGINNING, containing five acres, more or less. Being the same two tracts of land convoyed in a deed rom H. C. Heath erlv aiutwife, Elsie Heatherly and G. W. Rhode- and wife, Dorothy Khodes to M. J. Trull, dated Octoheer 9, 1925, and recorded in Book 71, page 175, Record of Deed of Haywo.nl County. EXCEPTING a tract of land con taining 11 acres, conveyed by M. J. Trull and wife, Elsie Trull to H. C. Heatherlv. dated 5' arch I I. 927, and rovorded ' in Book 78, page 20;t, Re eon! of Deeds of Haywood County, Being the same two :racts of land conveyed in a deed from H Xjrk patrick. Trustee, to W.A. Moore, .1 .tiv) tnv 13. 1929. and recorded in Book 79, page 438t Record, of Deed of Haywood County. Sale made pursuant to power of sale conferred upon me by a do",! of trust dated July 6, 1929, executed by Blaine Henson, and recorded in Book 2f. page 119. Record of D.-oda of Trust of Haywood County. This the 19th day of Aanl. 19:12. M. G. STAMEY, Trustee. 12. Mass. Gives Smith Support Former Governor Smith's challenge of the dominant candidacy of Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt for the Demo cratic presidential nomination was given support in early returns Tues day from the Massachusetts primary. Smith also was leading . narrow margin in the lennsyi- ence voting althougn mohi. of tho votes tabulated at iu p. m Fa" Standard Time, came irom I'hiladelphia where Smith is strong. i i.iv. ..,r n, i 'i t. u nn ti rno i rAii i - vi , -iir. ' i -.--.ua v Four hair-raisers are listed as ' norsemen oi eai,,. .... . ; , : , ' Xi W- (III Horn Grandmother BAKERY PRODUCTS WHOLE WHEAT BREAD n. 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