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USE bispatchWantAds FOR QUICK RESULTS NOW IS THE # TIME TO SPRAT yWr arfhart. Come to KWire 11 and Hltrto for your spray! rut md«tol». 36-3 U. GLADIOLUS (AMERICAN BEAUTY) IHafclrm dse bulbs. 25c per dtox.; 5 Aoarn 11.00 pootpajd. Pinkney Garden*. WftUeville. N C. 23-6 ti. SHOE REPAIRING SPECIAL week only. Ladles' half soles, 50c leitlirr lift plates or rubber Hfta free Balsa Shoe Shop. 23-ts. THE WATKINS HARDWARE CO c$M supply you with your every nektf In hardware, paints, farm n'Mdi. well pipe, steel pipe, quality throughout. PV.ono 46. 26-29-2-3 JTOfc RENT-'FROOMS IST FLOOR tfeim heated apartment. 165 Hor h#f street. Min G. C. Btacknal! Mon-Fri ts. CTTT AND FARM PROPERTY FOR trade or sale. See Fred B. HJght fbr prompt and efficient service in Real Estate. Rents and Insurance. Office phone 289, residence 577-J 23-441. BUILDING NEEDS’ BRICK. CE>- ment lime, windows, doors, nails. Jocks. hinges You'll find complete stock building supplies, hardware, peintv tools etc., at Watkins Hard ware Co. 26-29-2-3. FOR RENT FOUR ROOM COTTAGE With bath on half acre lot on Ox ford Road. $15.00 per month. Ap ply to Patterson-Carter. Inc. 9-ts NOTICE— SEVEN ROOM HOUSE for rent. Wood sawing SI.OO per eord. Wall paper from 6c roH up House painting done cheaper. Get my prices fiist Herbert Jones. Phone 603-W. 27-lti. FOR SALE— COLLIE PUPS. THOR oughbreds Beauties Perfect mark ings. One wh.te. wormed and con ditloned Out-door raised. Guaran teed to please. Golden Collie Ken nels. P O Box 422. Rocky Mount N. C. 26-3*i FOR RENT TWO APARTMENTS next to Dr. Upchurch's residence Belle Street Each has private en trance garage P H Rose. Phones 171 352-W Frl. Mon. Wed4.f FOR RENT SECOND FLOOR apartfhent. located on Gholsor. Avenue For paiticulars apply tc Mrs Goode Cheatham. 25-ts. GOOD MILK COW FOR SALE AT a bargain, perfectly gentle. Giving four gallons milk a day. Can be seen at my house. A. J. Cheek Phone 387 . 24-26. RECEIVING TODAY TRUCK LOAD fresh fru.ts and vegetables, direct frcm Jacksonville curb market Al so load of frpah fish. Come to see ue We undersell everybody. O. A H Produce Co. Wyche Street, It STONEWALL APARTMENTs"fOR rent. Steam heated. We pay for fuel Dnd fire the furnace. Also for rent to gentleman one steam heated room, hath adjoining. Eric G. Flan nagan Mon. Wed. Frl. if. SEE PATTERSON CARTER. INC., for paint-*, glass putty, doors, sash brick, lime, cement and bmkHng specialties of oil kinds. Where your dollar goes the farthest. Phone 874 26 and 3-1. frOR RENT—TWO OR THREE tWeely furnished or unfurnished rooms, first floor, everything furn- V Gas and sink i n kitchen r Next door to bath. Phone 642-J. SO6 Rowland Street. 26-211. FOR RENT A NICE FIVE ROOM cottage on Zollicoffer Avenue. Pos eesoton given March lit Alex 3. Watklnst. 25-3 ti. fcADIO TROUBLES DIAGNO6ZD AND quickly corrected. We give factory •enriee using newest and most mod ** equipment. IhvrU for all radio*. Mixon Jewelry Co. 14-ts. IF YOU WANT FAST CEMENT? Buy speed cement at "The Place of Values.” Also a fresh stock of Brix m*nt. "The perfect mortar." Alex R WatMna. 26-lti. WANTED~ A * PERSON with the itch. Remedy. TcHson's odorless Seabe nox. Cure: Guaranteed. Place: Southside Drug Store. Peoples Drug Store. I.ESM THAN TWO DOLLARS BTTYB enough walTpwper to paper walla and cemns: of room 10x14. 1932 pattern*. Let me show you. No obUgxtloa Herbert Jones. Phone 603-W. 26-It WABTTISD- PEAS AND CORN—WE wll. boy a limited quantity of each for cash or In trade. Legg-Parti am Company. stl. eod. STRAWBERRY PLANTS; N~E W Blnkemore. Missionary. 25 in bunch. State inspected; 1.000. $2.50; 5 000. $11.25; 10 000, S2O 00. Cash with order. W G. Fussell. Rose Hill * C 22-etL Charles Store Children's print jq dresses, s»*c* 7 to 14 .. C QUALITY JOB PRINTING AND prompt service No job too small. Phone M 3 how and our representa tive will cal) immediately. Hender son Printing House. Wed-Fri. ts CABBAGE PLANTS. SEED IRISH potatoes and all kind* of field and garden seed. Best quality at low est prices. H. B. Newman. 26-2 U. JX)R RENT—SIX ROOM BUNGA low Southall street, six room bunga low. Gary Street, flvg room bunga low. College street, five and seven room house on Horner street, six room cottage on Chavaase Avenue R L Mustiaft. Phone 341-W. 26-lt. vtate accredited baby chicks every Wedneseday. Reds rocks, white Wyandotte, white Leg horns. Get my reduced prices be fore buying. Special attention to custom hatching. Robertson Poul try Farm, Route No. 1. Henderson. Pbone 2162 Tues and Frl. ts. OR SALE : SEED 80JA BEANS- Yeihms and Tokyos, 66e bushel; Biloxi H.l§ Nmhel; Laredo. $1.25 , buahel; Otootan, $2.50 bushel; Whtte MHling Com, 35c bushel, and 9oja Been Hay sl4 06 ton, f.0.b., Wash ington. Phillips FefhUtxer Com pany. Washington. N. C. 20 23 26 1 4 8. VANTED OFFICE DESK. MUST BE cheap. Apply to Thomas E. Falk ner. Garnett Street. City. 26-141. NEWSPAPER I SUBSCRIPTION NOW GOING OKU DAILY DISPATCH I One Year For $2,001 I To The First I 1000 SUBSCRIBERS I New or Renewal Subscriptions I HENDERSON, (N. C„} DAILY DISPATCH' FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1932 Bank Will Go To Washington Very Soon Will Confer With Comptroller of Currency on Plan To Reopen First National; Prospects Represented As Being Encouraging for Success Following meetings held Wednesday and Thursday evenings, a committee representing stockholders of the First National Bank plans to go to Wash ington probably the early part of next week for a conference wtth the comp troller of the currency with a view to arranging Tor the reopening of the First National Bank of Henderson, which failed to open for business on January 2. It is understood the committee will have a tentative proposal to lay be fore the comptroller, but will also in quire of that official ns to just what regulations will have to be complied with to reopen the bank. The party to make the trip to Washington may include Colonel Henry Perry, who was president of the bank, S. T. Peace, one of the lartre stockholders, a di rector and former president until his business took him away from Hender son a few years ago; A. A. Bunn, at torney for the bank, and F. B. Ro bards. who was the cashier. The report on the condition of the bank at the time it failed was com pleted and forwarded in great detail last Saturday to the comptroller of the currency in Washington by R. G. Harrison, rsceiver of the bank. Time is being allowed for a thorough ex amination of the records In Washing ton before the local committee makes the trip there for conference. The date of the trip will depend upon the en gagement which cart be given it by the comptroller, and that is being ar ranged at this time, it is understood. Those familiar with the bank’s af fairs have expressed themselves as being greatly encouraged over the out look for its revival, and it Is believed now that there la a good chance for It to reopen aa soon as certain stip ulations that may be Imposed aree complied with. THOMAS lIIHELL DIES IN NEW BERN Brother of Mm. C. M. Coop er, Sr., Formerly Lived In Hendcnon When Young Man Thomas Jerkins s Mitchell, about 70 years old, brother of Mrs. C. M. Coop er, Sr., of Henderson, died earty to day In New Bern, where he had lived for many years. When a young man, Mr. Mitchell resided in Henderson. A message today to his slater here said he died shortly after midnight. Fun eral services are expected to be held In New Bern tomorrow, and Mrs. Cooper ana ner son, C. M. Cooper, Jr., are planning to attend the final rites. Mr. Mitchell is survive*, by four sons and several grandchildren, in addi tion to his sister. During his res dcnce in this city years ago he was a member of the firm of Cooper and Mitchell. COLORED FARMERS TO MEET SATURDAY Conference Wlil Be Held At Henderson Institute To morrow Morning Negro farmers o' this section have been called to meet at Hendcnon T i stttute here tomorrow rm ; .r-r at 10:S0 oo’etoek for the purw < t '’l cussing their proWr,*iK :* >«l ii..> «,w - look for the coning *«i *w.. !.:> meet ing waa called by the vocational agri culture teacher at Henderson In stitute and an Invitation to all Negro farmers, farm wwmen, farm boys and farm girls has been extended. A number of Individual discussions led by the farmers will be beard at the meeting, and ft fa possible that several short talks regarding present problems will be offered. The meet ing is one of a series now being held all over the state by the Negro farm ers. The theme for the meeting will be 'To Dve Better and Farm Bet ter.” One of the principal topics to come up for discussion will be the problems of marketing crops. The meeting is expected to be of In terest to all Negro residents of the rural sections of the county, who are invited to attend. A number of pro blems regarding home gardens will be discussed. FRIEND OF HOOVERS DIES IN GEORGIA Brunswick, Ga., Feb. 26 (AP) — Mr.?. Howard E. Coffin, wife of the capitalist, died at the home of her nephew. Arthur W Jones on Sea Is land today following a heart attack yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Coffin were personal friends of Presidenrt and Mrs. Hoover and they expected Mrs. Hoover for a visit at their Sapelo Island estate to morrow. RALEIGH ATTORNEY, INJURED HERE, SUED Insurance t'oii.p ,ny 3<4k( Recovery of I<argc Sum F« mm A. 4. Bar wbk, Paid loiring fllnern Al**r» J UKK, Raleigh attorney, who w:-p rittcally injured in an au toTm.Di.e accident near Henderson last spring, and who was a patient for weeks in Mafia Parham hospital dur ing his recovery, i t being sued by an ivnirance company for the re el .v y of a la gc sum of money paid i . » nn a 4 ollcy he carried with It - ... *h _• a.xjount involved is $11,520.- The News and Observer had this Aoiy about the litigation: "Alleging that Allen J. Berwick, Raleigh lawyer, misrepresented the amount of insurance he carried with Other companies when he applied for an accident policy, the Connecticut Genera) Life Insurance Company has entered suit in Federal Court here peeking to recover $11,520.60. alleged to have been paid on the policy. “Mr. Berwick waa badly hurt in an automobile accident near Henderson last March and, the complaint 9tates, drew S3OO per week in disability in surance on a policy taken out with the company in 1960. The policy con tained a clause making payable S2OO per week additional to SIOO, If the policy holder was injured in a private conveyance. "The complaint alleges that Mr. B&rwick carried other policies other than the one with the plaintiff which totaled SSOO a month. There were three of these policies, the complaint alleges. “The plaintiff aaks that the insur ance policy be returned to cancella tion and that Mr. Barwick refund $11,520.60 alleged to have been paid him from March 31, 1931, to Decem ber 81, 1931.” Charles Store Chocolate Covered Cherries Half Pound, 10c Dresses . and Coats We still feel the san* about quality. i t mn# come first—p)i ce sec ond. But prices mast be right! Particularly i now ! We know you values and you will find in every DRESS and COAT of our 1 93 2 selection values values that would have been impos sible a year ago—or even six months ago. Come in tomorrow. See how we meet the pres ent day price eondi ! tion. Ns. £2s —The ortiitry of SeWoper** * beautifully expressed by CO ED <r t* l ' l printed Crepe modes with a scarf sesn * c tone foQOtted blouse, and o compietrtr lined Jacket. Caters: Navy. Block, Brick and Bra**' Silas: 12 to 20. *l6 Accessories yon esn’t. <lo with«nf this season include Cloves an«l Raffs. Cloves in colors of hid. rTianW'- softs and luce weaves —yrc i» kl like yonr grandmother had if . rwl Wish, for wc have mitts also. Bags of patent leather, elephant skin, and pin seal in red. hlnf black and biege. E. G. Dav^ & Sons Co.