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SHBNERIO SPEAK TO TWO ASSEMBLIES Will Talk Before Virginia And Kentucky Legisla ture* During Week f Dally Utatatfk t I* rw Sir wmtff Haiti. HY J r. R\SKKHV)I.L. Rqlstgh. Feb. 17. Governor O. Max Gardner ha saccepted an Invitation to address the Virginia general aa •embly In Richmond Thursday after noon. February IS in response to a resolution adopted by both houses yesterday. Fnuuy he will address a joint session of the Kentucky general ajambly In Frankfort aLo a confer ence on state governmental problem at the University of Kentucky in L*x- Ever since the 1931 North Carolina fetierm) assembly enacted the new road and other measures recommend ed’ by Governor Gardner people in Virginia have been especially inter acted in the North Carolina road law, whereby the maintenance of all the eoOnty roads in the State were given over into the hands of the State Highway Commission. Former Gov ernor Harry FUkml Byrd of Virginia hw been Interested in this North Car olina road law from the first, ‘as havj his friends in Virginia. HEM SELLING IN THE COTTON MART Brisk Rally At Outset, But Offerings Then Increase Later New York. Feb 17. Cotton sold up to 705 for May early «.n general buy ing by Europe said to be for the For eign trade. Co-operntive brokers were cgsiD large sellers and there was considerable selling by the South, said to be liquidating futures bought Mound the lows last fall. This pres sure caused a setback to below yes terday's final prices. The basis in the south was reported higher with of cotton very light parti cularly in Texas. CURB MARKET Aluminum Co 53 3-4 Electric Bond and Share 11 7-8 Cities Service ® 3-8 Feed Limited 5 1-4 Aaeeriraa Superpower »... 4 1-8 MW YORK COTTON (By Jao. F. Cimra *»d Ce.) New York, F-b 17—Cotton futures closed steady- Open High Low Close January 8.67 7.70 7.57 7.61 March 685 6.87 6.75 6.75 May ?... 7.02 7.05 6 93 7.95 July 7.20 7.23 7.10 7.12 OcUber 7.44 7 47 7 34 7.25 December 7.60 7.63 7.52 7.54 Spot steady; 6.90; off 10 points. NSW ORLEANS COTTON (Bp Jw. F. Clark and Ce.) New Orleans, Feb. 17- The cotton market closed s.tady today: Open High Low Close January 7.65 7.66 7.59 7 64 March G. 85 6.87 6.75 6.77 Mag 7.05 7.05 6.95 6.96 July 7.20 7.22 7 09 7.12 October 7.39 7.41 7.34 7.34 December 7.58 7.58 7.50 7.51 IMG SISTER— Now Where’s the Donkey? By LES FORGRAVE rZ7~I T Even \F Tm' DOCTOR WOto‘T Av_lO\A> >v . . \ r~ \ I BuDDYTorALK' there's no - SO BUDDY WROTE: \ L c J G^ T " w£R V X WV VN/MO D ( reaeom inj the yorud why C try to talk, but take . U sr^p,D'?Sot?wSv*iSTi J - Lffi *-<e cA,M-r -5 Tweae 9 \ thispemcil and vjR.Te r~ H wi WHS.T J W WRITE PORMJWH6RE I'# / I THE GUMPS—PULL FOR THE SHORE, SAILOR Who’s Who in Washington BY CHARLES P. STEWART TOURISTS In the capttol corridor* tura and look back, and, “What sen ator Is that?" they ssk their guide breathlessly, as they pass Cameron Morrison of North Carolina. They know instinctively that he Is no common person, nor even a mere representative. About a quarter of a cubit added to hla stature would anhasce Senator Morrison’s dignity somewhat, but as •* be goes he certainly makes the most of himself. Frock coated, slouch hatted, so srect he leans backward, he navi gale* with what would be a swagger In an ordinary Individual, but is a •Ikkly stride, of course, in a mem ber of the upper house of congress. It Is when he makes a speech, how ever (especially from a platform, for the truth is he Is not quite tall enough to appear to maximum ad. vantage on a dead level) that Senator Morrison is at his most impressive First he tosses his hair— ionglsh ind silvery. Then he looks up. at he gallery. If there is one; where it should be. if there Isn’t Next he Mrts one hand aloft, palm forward Finally he opens his mouth and out pours a deep, mellow rumble, which swells and swells into a prolonged “O-c-o-o-o-oh." continuing for 30 Seconds or thereabouts—and subsides and swells again and suhsides. and so on indefinitely. It's musical and harmonious. The senator gesticu lates an accompaniment and occa sional! v one catches a word or »wo. “ENOCH ARDEN” TO BE PARDONED Hr bhhL A Because of the exemplary life he l has led since his escape from the ' Ohio prison farm 16 years ago, Signor, Pine Hill, N. J., jnomber of the school board, is to receive a pardon, Gov. George White, of Ohio, has announced. Signor had been sent to the ::-ison farm for the alleged HENDERSON. (N. C H * DAILY DISPATCH' WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 17,1932 ''B -' ; fSv ■ 1 Cameron Morrison ns a gas gusher now and thee hurt* out a pebble or a fragment of shale, but mainly it is just that deep-toned roa r. It's wonderful. theft of a typewriter. Arrested recently following a quarrel, finger print identification revealed him to be Howard Penny, of Lon don. Signor, a World war vet eran, and Mrs. Signor are shown above; below is a view of their home at Pine Hill where they live with their two children. DIP YOU KNOW? -RyR. J. Scott R.' ca iqolccv AcT” The canyon a a a oeae an miles - : Tfcfr LONq , FROM 4>i_'To l X MILES IN WiDltl w ' r '“" AND A DEPTH OF MOR.E THAN bpOO f-E-Er" B&LOvu THE level of the PIA Commodore. Cob.ns.lius v/amder put's I ijREAfEST’ AC'TT'/l'fy AND BUSIMESS -fRIUMPHAvhKS CAME AFTfe.fi HEW/AS Hr 70 YEARS oF A<5E f a SAILBOAT AND STARTED A FERRY LIME I BETWE.EN STATtN ISLAND AND NEW YORK -The BUSINESS 4REw/ unTil *^o me . JTSsHk H Time he controlled most otthe [ T ' W WATER TRANSPORTATON Al ON<5 TflE r* ‘j - EASTERN coast line * Vff f|R| OF 70 WHEN HE ABANDOh'ED WATER. m v Transportation <o invest in rail sr Mmjf Ml roads vander&ilT was worth he e.rM.B aar j OF TUB IMOIAI4 KNOCKED DOWN OR. /vRCHi«>Ei.A<iO FLOORED HIS OPPONENT Cepynftit. 1532. by Ltntini frtm amoeurttoc. tin. 1 . . . Dispatch WANT ADS Get Results ambitious, Reliable warned immediately to h . n * AN kto. Product* R oa n,t *‘ ; Cu%omers established Qerortunky, rafid advancement for r LT n< ‘ n! . Write today, j. R . Wl *£ *»* pmmy. 231-119 Johnson Av. „ u , , : n, ■ wark, N. J. • N * < - POSITIONS ON OCEAN LINFRvV Eumpe, Orient, South Amer ca J perinece unnecessary; se|f- adUl .;"‘ ed envelope brings lis p u- . cuius, Drawer 292, Mt. Vernon S n-iV. FOR RENT BECONd' apariment. Located on Avenue. For particulars aop J? Mrs. Goode Cheatham FOR RENT FURNISHED a FaHT men:, st/* am heated, hardwood floors, five closets, electric stove frlgidaire, steam heated garage phone 869-W. ' WANTED-WORK OF clerical or domestic, mending, i,„ n . ing, nursing. To provide support h,. myself and boys Ophelia N Ful.«-i 817 Breckenridge St. iMti' FRESHEN UP YOUR WALLS Wrni “Mureaoo” wallpaint. 5 jHiund park ages, all colors. Cost less than $i w per room. Watkins Hardware c.. Phone 46. 5 8 10 12 ]fi n HOUSEHOLD NEEDS—MOPS, Po Jfsh, oils, brushes, pans, etc You'll find a complete stock at Watkins Hardware Co. Phone 46. 5 8 10 12 25 17. FROST-PROOF LONG ISLAND Early Jersey. Wukefield cabbage plants, 300, 50 cents; 500, 80 cents, 1,000 $1.25, delivered. Immedia: • shipment. Six paper needle bo<tk free with eaoh order for 1.000 <>r more plants. L. T. Ptarotk. Paik ton, N. C. 17-lti. DESIRABLE OFFICE FOK RENT In Stevenson Building. Apply i<> S S. Stevenson, Phone 16. 8-10-ii. THE 29TH REXALL BIRTHDAY sol# the monfr of Febroary. Rii*- fUs sairificcd on 200 items. Cotue in and see ohr unusual values. 45t Prophylactic Toolh Brushes 25c Parker's Drug Store. The R«c:ti; Store. > 17-19-23 FOR RENT—TWO APARTMENTS next to Dr. Cpehurchs residence Belle Etreet. Bach has private en trance gprage. F. tt. Rose. Phone* 171-352-W. Fri. Mon. WedU LOST—IN OR NEAR FIRST BAP tist church ladies old brooch with garnet and pearl su iting. Mrs. E. O. Phelps. 16-2 ii. ASPHALT ROLL ROOFING, 1-PLY ,at $lO6 per roll at “The Place of Values.” Alex S. Watkins. 17-ltt. CROCHET THREAD— 2 1-2 LBs! to spool. No. 8, three ply, 50c per spool, 20c per pound. Watkins Haid ware 00. Phone 46. 5 8 10 12 15 17. FRIED CHICKEN SUPPER THURS day evening seven o’clock, basement Finst MeAhodist church, by WoniniV Wosley class. Building fund bene fit. Tickets fifty cents. 16-2 ti. FFOR PRIVATE GARACK on Zene Street. Low price. Apply 'to Joe Smolonskys Store. 10-17 QUALITY JOB PRINTING AND prompt service No job too small Phone 262 now and our representa tive will call immediately. Hender son Printing House. Wed-Fri. 1' STONEWALL. APARTMENTS FOB rent. Steam heated. We pay fuel and fire the furnace. Al.so Lr rent to genttleman one steam heated room, bath adjoining. Eric G. Fian nagan. Mon. W'ed. Fri ts VISIT “THE PLACE OF VALUES for ceiling, flooring, siding, door* windows, asphalt or pine shingi*- roll roofing. 5-V crimp galvanized roofing, brick, lime, and remerr Alex S. Watkins. 9 ' !f FOR SALE —500 BUSHELS OF KO rean and Kobe Lespedeza seed s tke lowest price ytl made. Our have been recleaned. i' fihe greatest land builder and »”5 make the fattest cattle and sheep o. anything we heve ever seen. Write today for free samples of seed an our Dlscriptive Circular. Bray L»- tote, auer City, N. C. 10 13 17 20 24 27 2 5 FOR RENT "FOUR ROOM COTTAi; E with bath on half acre lot f-n m * ford Road. $15.00 per month Ap ply to Patterson-Carter. Inc. 94 A LITTLE PEPSO-GINGER WlU* end your indigestion, or your drug gist will refund your money- 18-3td tADfO TROUBLES DIAGNOS23S AND quickly corrected. We civ* •ervice using newest and mo t m- u tgfc equipment. Part* -! Mixon Jewelry Co. 14 :: _ Everyone must have a trade" why r. & - Stake your* PRINTING. The Prints industry offers exceptional sages B 1 * rtTUQtlon available. Monotype, k and ess ter. Linotype. Hai>o cranp<» ltlßT ' and Praam uric on modern prtsi» r / toB tnPmuetlen write the sot HEH> SCHOOL OP PRINTING at l** l '■ dboth St . Nashville. Turn POHt BALE WHITE SBCON 1 * sheets, letterhead sixe, cut from g' news stock. 60c per thousand quantities at lower prices ** lrf,d *£ •oa Daily Dispatch.