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Dispatch
WANT ADS
Dat Results
POSITIONS ON OCEAN LINERS
to Curopi, Orient. South America;
Good pay; experience unnecessary;
aalf adktraased envelope brings Uat.
A. Areal us. Mt. Vernon. N. T. t-lti.
RMMO TROUBLBB DIAONOBSD AND
qplckly corrected. We ci»» factory
per*tee using newt and nm?t np>d
era equipment. Parts for all radios
Miami Jewelry Co. 14-ts.
QUAKER APARTMENTS ABOUT
ready. Two nice gardens, chicken
caope. Two garages. See C. L.
Lewln. ft-lti.
. LET’S MAKE 1932 A BIG BUILD-
Ing year in Henderson and Vance
wnanty. Where there's building,
there's prosperity. "The Pluce of
Values.” Alex S. Watkins. “Building
Supplies and Paints.” 31-ts
m RENT NICK 7 ROOM HOUSE
in fine condition, close in. Rent
reasonable. Cull 603-tV Herbert
Jones or A. J. Jones. 5-2tl.
FOR RENT -MODERN SIX ROOM
"bungalow. Five room cottage, and
apartments, paragas. Conveniently
located. Rent reasonable. R. L
Mustala. Phone 341-W. 6-ltl
LOST—THREE SMALL FLAT KEYS
on very small ring. Please return
to Dispatch Office. 6-lti
LOST: BUNCH OF KEYS ON IRON
ring on Andrews avenue or Clark
street. Reward to finder if returned
to Dispatch Office. 6-3 ti
PHONE 29
coal, prompt service and
correct weights. Also dry
pine wood. S. H. Watkins.
16-ts.
WANTED- UNFURNISHED ROOMS
in West End School section. StaU
number of rooms, price in first let
• ter. Reference exchanged. Ad
dress “Letter" Care Dispatch 6-lti
NOTICE: FREE SHAMPOO WITH
each hair cut on Thursday. Hair
cuts. 25c, shaves. 15c; tonics. 15. 2t.
and 25c. Come to see us. Opera Bar
ber Shop. 7>-2ti
WHEN YOU WANTCOAL
consider quality, service
and price. We have all
Kinds. Hight s Coal and
Wood Yard. Phone 158.
eod-tf.
FOR BENT ATTRACTIVE CONVKNI
rnt first floor apartment on Horner
Sired formerly occupied by Mr. S.
E Je'ineite. steam heal. Phone 507-
W cr 563-J Mon-Wed-Fri-ts
FOR RENT—7 ROOM HOUSE. ALL
modem conveniences. North Garnett
Slreet. Apply W. B. Hight, day
phone 156. Night phone 449.
Mon-Wed-Fri. ts.
WANTED 7 TWO NICELY FURNISH
ed adjoining rooms for housekeep
ing close in. Will pay $15.00 per
month fiat. E-40 care Dispatch.
, 6-lti
WHY LIVE IN A COLD
house. Modern heated
house for rent reasonable.
Dr. A. C. Yow. Wed. ts.
FOR RENT—TWO APARTMENTS
next to Dr. Upchurch's residence.
Belle Street. Each has private en
i -trance garage. P. H. Rose. Phone*
171-352-W. Fri. Mon. Wed-ts.
. Every one must have a traoe— why cat
«ukf yours PRINTING. The Printing
Industry offers exceptional wages. In
struction available. Monotype, kryboaM
and raster. Linotype, Hand composition
#nd Precswark on modern preasea. Pm
full Information write the SOUHERh
SCHOOL OP PNINTINQ at 1514-11
horth St. Na*hvUJe. Tnm.
FOR SALE - WHITE SECOND j
sheets. letterhead Mae, cut from good
• news stock. 00c per thousand. Large
quantities at lower prices. Hender
son Dally Dispateh. 3-104
i
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NOTKT OP SALE OF BEAL ESTATE
I
Under and by virtue of authority vest- 1
«d in u certain deed of trust executed
*r.d delivered to rae on January 15th
1931. by David R. Brame. said deed of
tru=*. being duly recorded in register ol
•leedK rffioe of Vance County, N. C. in
!*>•>* 102 pa&> 303. default having been
hu<l“ in the payments therein secured
t«:.d at the request of the holder of the
rote. I shall m*IL by public auction to
the hvgheic. bidder, tor cash at the
Court 10Us« door iu Henderson N. C.,
oa Saturday. January 23rd., 1932 at 12
o'clock M. the following described real
getate. taubjeot to the dower rights of
Jtunie Brame wif e of David Brame).
Begin at an old stump W. S. Greene
eosner in Burnside tract, east 29 chains
64 links to 4 stone corner, thence N. 23
chains 45 links to a Bfcne, corner,
thence West 18 chains to a persimmon
stamp, thence N. 45 ohains to a stone
-comer, thence West 14 chains 38 links
to a Make, corner, on rood, thence
down saw mill road to a branch that
fkars from W. 8. Greene home place,
(hence up W. 8. Greene Hno to a strap
the place of beginning, containing 120
acres leas 20 acres sold to Wtttam
SCiflgd sec deed recorded in book 114
page 349 registers office of Vance Coun
ty, N. C. for the 20 acres Hold, also see
deed to David Brame from John G.
Morton, recorded in book 62 page 511,
registers offica at Vance County, N. C
This 22nd day at December 1991.
AL. B. VnBBTHH, Trustee. *
ASK BETTER BODIES
rod SCHOOL BUSES
Standardization Os .Bodies
Will Be Asked Os Equal,
ization Board
Da My lltayalrk sUtr+mm.
la the Kir Walter Hotel.
St J. r. HASKKHVIU.
Raleigh. Jan. 5.-- Standardisation of
hodiets for school trucks will probably
he recommended to the Board of
Equalisation by the sub-committee ap
pointed by the board to study this
matter and report back to the board,
under the terms of a law passed by
the 1931 general assembly which di
rects that the itoard shall make a
study of ail phases of school bus
transportation.
The committee, composed of T. B.
Attmore, Henry W. Dwire and Dr. A.
T. Allen. State Superintendent of Pub
’ic Instruction, spent most of yester
day and part of today hearing the
various manufacturers of truck and
bus bodies, as well as truck manu
facturers .on the subject of standard
ization. A representative of the State
Division of Purchase and Contract,
through which all busses and bodies
are now purchased, also attended the
hearings.
The bulk of the sentiment on the
part of all concerned was definitely
in favor of standardization of .bodies,
fspecially along the lino of noncrush
able bus bodies, in order to insure
greater safety.
There is u very close connection
between electricity and magnetism.
Bullet in Heart, Live*
A byllet which went into the
bean es 13-year-old Harry Be
gharre of Youngstown, 0., and
gras pushed by the blood stream
•ntil it lodged in the groin will be
allowed tp remain there for the
present. The youth was shot by
• playmate. Physicians expect
the bullet to work down into the
log where it can be removed with
out danger. The patient is in
good condition.
rh e g u /t: ps pee <: /
N r^r: Fok7 '' I r T f a* 3 i' / r***-
I %*.w 'fsST6Rb*.v- unconmiously he stws i <XV U ■ <&' .fttr-j *E*WW YOOBVOWI
SHt’S P*ETT»EVr !*A.C:E VNHERE »S SHE TODAY? J (), : ' . ,r, i F I ■'3 NEVER TO UOOK AT AKQTHtR —
LIVTEE I HE BONDERS IP HE VmILL. SEE HER- >’ ' J YOO J'-' ■. , ACft¥>**T O^iiJd
SISTER— A Lost Opportunity By LES FORGRAVE
' ’ THATS AUNTS RIGHT. THAT COAT ] MOMEY-YhAT TRAMP hEIP.w ME LOAD GOME POR VORTH MOMFY
MONEY BUT IF LtT-n_e. ENOUGH gj ts WORTH TvVO DOLLARS I VESTERCAy STOCEW’CCAT last <3OOO this Fw? AkJ- T rvrJr\<4
ICAKXSGTTHE ITo PAY FOR A j AMy DAY |W THE WEEK.' IT'S I MIGHT. NOW HE'S GOME 1 r T.M C ' rt u H w st\>^
COA-rvMTM,T COAT V/ITH A I LaWTHWMAWOOESU'T b=~. •" SOTHOUTO’ \ 0,0, £^AQ,?n.L
1 CAW 500 W HUMORED | KMOvW HOV) VALUABLE iTIS. f TTi]? O DEAR.OOEAR 1 LUCK.! >/ <SWF\T
RAY YOU vH. DOULAJR3 1 WE'D NEVER GET (X (BACK 'WHATEVER WILL IDO j ? A J,, V I
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HENDERSON, (It OJt DAILY DISPATCH- WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6,1932
Wile Preservers
; a A place of lemon will clean hr»*»
* ash (rave like new
A Great Power is a nation equipped
with all the paraphernalia of war,
which enable It to impoee its will up
on the weaker brethren, or to pro
! toct Itself against the assaults of
I others.
I NOTICE OF SALF. OF NOTES
gi3.OW.M
Cownty of Vaaee, North Carolina
Rctmum, Aatidpatlen Notes
Sealed bids for above notes will »e
received until 10 o'clock a. m.. Jan.
; 12th.. 198?. by the Local Government
| Commission of North Carolina, at its
I office In Raleigb, for the above notes.
dated 12th., of Jan. 1932 maturing
, April 11. 1932. without option of
.prior payment. There will be no aue
-1 tion. Interest rate 6 per cent per ao>
j num. The notes will bo awarded at
; the highest price offered, not less than
par and accrued interest. Principal
and interest paynble at Citizens Bank
and Trust Company, Henderson, N. C.
Interest payable at maturity. Notes
will be in denomination or denominn
i lions to suit purchaser if specified at
time bid is made. Bidders must pre
j sent-with their bids a certified check
upon an incorporated bank or trust
company, payable unconditionally to
the order of the State Treasurer for
$65.00. The right to reject all bids is
reserved.
Local Government Commission.
By: CHAS. M. JOHNSON.
Director of Local Government and
Ex-Officio Secretary of the Com
mission.
We have several desirable
Residences and Apartments
FOR RENT
If interested in making a change
call 139-J.
Henderson Loan &
Real Estate Co.
AL B. WEST ER, Secy.-Treas.
NOTICE OF SALE OF VALUABLE
REAL ESTATE
In the Dtetrtot Omni at the
United States
Far (The Eastern Dlrtrtct of
North Carolina
In the matter es Qeo. E. Perry
Bankkiupt.
By virtue of an order of re-10le, made
16th day of December. 1981. by Honor
able W. B. Duncan, referee in bank
ruptcy, In the matter of Geo. E. Perry
bankrupt, the undoes gr.ed trustee In
bankrupt'y of Geo. E. Ptrry will offer
for sale by public auction, at the court
house door la Henderaon' N. C., at 12
o'clock noon, on Saturday the 16th day
of January. 1932, the following describ
ed real estate;
Begin at Lucy A. Barker’s (Mra. W.
8. Parker) comer of Oarnett street, at
a point 6 feet E of John E. dark's
old store corner, and run thenoe In an
Etntcrly direction along Garnett street
22 feet to John. W Vaughan’s oid oor
nc-r, now the property of the estate of
John D. Cooper and Mrs. Temple Zol
licoffer thence S. Easterly atong the
Oooper-Zolliooffer Line 102 feet to line
of right-of-way ol S. A. L. railroad,
.onncrly th e Raleigh-Gaston railroad,
thence westerly along said railroad right
of way. 22 feet to Parker line; thenoe
N westerlyy along Parker line to the
beginning. Being Iho lot conveyed by
John W. Vaughan to B. F. Harris and
Geo. B. Harris et, al. to Geo. E. Perry
also ah the' right-, title and interest of
George E. Perry, in 11 Indies ol
land and the East wall t-hereon
of the Parker building, as conveyed by
W. S. Parker and wife. "Book 93 page
144, also all the right title and interest
of Goo E. Perry in the party wall
agreement of John D. Cooper estate
and Mrs. Temple Zolliooffor. of July 1,
lf»20, inference to all of said Books are
made for a more accurate description.
This sale Is made subject to the mort
gage on. the property held by the Met
ropolitan Life Insurance Co., and also
j subject to the County and City taxes
for the year 1931*. Sale is made sub
ject to confirmation by the court 10
days after sale without notice; terms of
sale 10 percent «r,h at time of sale,
balance of purchase price to be paid In
rwh to the trustee upon delivery of
•he deed.
This 16th., day of December. 1931.
A. A. BUNN
Truotoe la Bankruptcy Geo. E. Perry.
DID YOU KNOW? - -- ByR.J. Scott
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