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Henderson daily dispatch. (Henderson, N.C.) 1914-1995, March 02, 1932, Image 2

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THE OLD HOME TOWN tv 3 P»t«nt Ohx* Stanley*
YOUNG 1
MAN 1 WANT T© J S DEYS NOTMIhI'IN TH' (
SE& YOU [ > CASH BOX BUT C
'BOUT QETTW, < YOU IS WELCOME 5
A ROOM! I |TO ALL OF IT i
ft) ' 1 1; y ?Ml STD PLEASE <j=y==
V V > DON'T SHOOT , a
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\ flatter than/ ®
I WHEN TMAT RO»»H'VOICED HUNTER
from the city talked ;*to the / yvglrx l Ur^r^
CENTRAL HOTEL. *ODAY THE ,»i,, XJ''^
PORTER NEARLY CAUSED A RIOT
—— .
THE OLD HOME TOWN * Stanley
f | DIDNT SEE her ) joe ,
OFF THE TRAIN,) HOW/ HE / C
BUT I KNOW JOE / C AN VERIFY! UP 1 1 1 <r*
BGaSGS WIFE IS / MT-HDLLOy .
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STATION ABSENT DAD KEYES ALWAYS
HAS AN ITEM FOR "THE EDITOR
OF THE WEEKLY CLARION
aiG SISTER— Pleasure Before Business By LES FORGRAVE
AVsl, PLEASE, BET W o WELL, ROM see! >OJ AM* BETH DlO "*S Th£R& ME l*S, PVKJvSHioTBHfIBIB
1 M all R\SHT MOv:J AvLOiOG AND QUIT )f A LOT o 1 SKOWBALUS I ALL RISwT. 'TYOn't ATLAST.DONMIE?
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HNE-CAMTI KEEP YOUR OPEN TO KEEP OUR EVES OPEM V CAkJ TA<E A / VAE A CANDY ? / BOOOV \ tOOVO |
: PL AY OUTDOORS POP TtW LITTLE IDY \ FOR TMAT MOKJEV, ZvT PORTh’ ( WHA- WWASSA \ i
UOST A LITTLE DOMKEY WHILE YOU'RE DOMKJVE. / lETH \ Y / 1 \ L—. I ' T"' jWj I" ‘ i ‘
WH!LE? 3- -1 PLAYIMS. - L > MS " j
THE CU MP S— TWENTY MILLION so« A FRIED Cttn-KLrt
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HENDERSON, (N. C.,) DAILY DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1932 1
- f DID YOU KNOW ? -- - By R. J. Scott
■»p*»Cowri|hl. ic::2, by Central Prt:s Am*'- r. ,re
Co>Ms CAM BE USED
SILVER DOLLAR i n « J A
AsKD ■* ux ‘ /^K«ivHHrl
HALF DOLLAR, % Q7
AND A DIME OZ ’
HALF DOLLAR— 200 GR.
NICKEL AND i* iWMMiI- r b M
a dime oz ‘-ff^BHH
CENT" 50 OR.
DIME -fe 03. J
misrepresented by E reverse—
\\g TP ilfi adherents was-ft* When he is Happy
\ IT I CAUSE OF JAPAN HE CRIES ANt>
WHEN HE «S WHIPPET
\</ MERCHANTS SOLD < VhoUSANDS OF HELPLESS JAPANESE
\ l / INTO SLAVERY - >t SLAVES BECAME SO CHEAP
JVWn / / 'fUAT EVEN MALAY AND NEfiftp SERVANTS OFthE
MjSTs PORTLICUESE SPECULATED ‘N-tRe BODIES OP *
JAPANESE SLAVES / WHO WERE BOUGHT AND SOLD
AND "TRAMSPORTED? , (Mikado's eMPtRa ,caif»>s, »oo«.».) I
_ wnriNER.,gR y\
, / / WAS SENTENCED by a *1 lAll ,„ . 0
K Aa, , /! < . TOt JUDCE <o HAVE HIS v\
mmftkJ 1 -J /il W tonsils and adenoids \\ *.n the human body
TvW removed after V% is The FEMUR.,
Hsja k 6 s d h o e m%l A o*?™ 3CM t
. . PI railway -Tracks \\ extending fROM
V J*or f-' <t mor^anton,n>c,| -vRe hip 1o
«\ <L / WRECKED A % IHE KNEE
' L n'fy MOHAMMEDANS IN i N BERLIN ,<EKNANy ,gfe°^k
cAcnumei* ‘ the would tham . '-'
EAST INDIES PROTESTANT'S
®wpaicjj
WANT ADS
G«t Results
FOR RENT STEAM
apartment, do*,. in . i»h.. n^^ b
- 2LL»
FOUND MARCH 1.
lice dog. Owner can K e. « ai .
describing and pa yinK f V* b V
Phone 787-J lhl *
-1: i
BEACON $4.00 £iid t r >fi(j
duced to $3 2H and
fidd work shoes redu.. «i to t?T
Odd lot boy’s shoes liKluceri ,
_|49. Watkins Store.
FOR FOUR MORE DAYS YOU CAN
buy the Daily Dispatch one ym f, r
$2.00, unless the 1000 subscription
are received, then <h- paper
back to the regular price of
immediately. Act now 2 -li,
FOR RENT- FOUR ROOM DOWN
aairs apattment. Rowland etren
Modern bungalow, newly paiwed i n
side and aeverai other house, >n
good locations. R. L Mmuj..
Phone 341-W. 2 hi ’
THE WATKINS HARDWARE CO
can supply you wXh your ever> :
need In hardwafe, paints, farm
needs, well pipe, steel pipe, quality
throughout. Phone 4G. 26-29-2-3
FOR SALE BROILERS
Rocks and Reds, milk fed, now
ready. Call 499-W. 2 -2 ti
SHOE REPAIRING SPECIAL ONE
week only. Ladies’ half soles, 50,-
leather lift plates o? rubber lifts free
Boston Shoe Shop. 23-ts.
FOR FOUR MORE DAYS YOU CAN
buy the Dally Dtaf>aK*i one year for
$2.00, unless the 1000 subscriptions
are received, then the paper goes
back to .regular price of $5.00 im
mediately. Act now. 2-lti.
FOUND A SUM OF MONEY ON
street, owner can get same by de
scribing and paying for this adver
tisement. John D. Williams, 233
Gholaon Avenue. l-jti.
GOOD SUPPLY OF WOODS GAR
d<en seed. Special price on onion,
for the next 30 days We have
fertilizer and vigeto for gardens and
lawns. Kittrell and Harris. 2-2 ti.
QUALITY JOB PRINTING AND
prompt service No job too small
Phone 262 now and our representa
tive will call immediately. Hendei
son Printing House. Wed-Fri. if
FOR SALE SEVERAL GOOD
young milch cows.* See them at my
farm. H. Stewart, Route No. 2.
Henderson. 2-lti.
NEW SPRING FELT HATS, SNAP
brim, $2.69. Odd lot John B. Stet
son bats reduced <0 $350. All
Salioble’s ( new spring hats reduced
to $3.98. Watkins Sore. 1-2 IL
BUILDING NEEDS!! BRICK, CE
mdVit lime, windows, doors, nails,
locks, hinges. You'll find complete
slock building supplies hardware,
paint-,, tools ere., at Watkins Hard
ware Co. 26-29-24.
EXTRA SPECIAL FOR MEN ONLY
1-2 soles, 50c; rubber heels free end
ing MaArh 9, Now is your chance
Bring your old shoes. Boston Shoe
Store. 2-6 ti.
FOR RENT-A NICE FIVE ROOM
i cottage and screened back porch,
good garage. Located on ZolUcoffer
Avenue. Alex S. Watkins, 1-ts
AMBITIOUS, RELIABLE MAN
wanted immediately, to handle
Watkins Ptoducts in Roanoke Rap
ids. Customers established. Ex
cellent opportunity, steady employ
ment, rapid advancement for right
man. Write today. J. R. Watkins
Company, 231-119 Johnson Avenue
Newark, N. J. 2-lti.
FOR RENT—TWO APARTMENTS
next to Dr. Upchurch’s residence
Belle Street. Each has private en
trance garage. P. H. Rose. Phone?
171-352'-W. Frl. Mon. Wed-ts
FOR RENT FIVE ROOM HOUSE
wttta modern conveniences on Zea p
street exUeaaicn. Phone 2103. G.
T. Robertson. I*®*•
STONEWALL APARTMENTS FOR
rent. Steam heated. We pay l° r
fuel and fire the furnace. Also for
rent to gentleman one steam heated
room, bath adjoining. Eric O. Flan
nagan. Mon. Wed. Frl. ts.
‘ FOR FOUR MORE DAYS YOU CAN
i buy the Daily Dispatch one year for
$2.00, unless the 1000 subscription*
are received, then the paper goes
back to regular price of $5-00 i,n '
mediately. Act now. 2-lt
WANTED—PEAS AND CORN-WE
wIL buy a limited quantity of each
for cash or In trade. Legg-Paritam
Company. sti. eod
TRY our' radio"repair
ica. Factory methods used Newest
equipment. Parts for all
Mixon Jewelry Co.
FOR SALE —500 BUSHELS OF KO
roan and Kobe Laspedeza s*«
the ioweat price yet made. Ours
have been recleaned. L*apede**
the greatest land builder and w:
make the faMeat oetUe and sheep nt
have aver seen. Wri
today for free samples of *eed
our Inscriptive Circular Er»y
♦ ate. Slier City, N. C.
W 13 17 30 24 27 2 5
•warvone mu«t~have a traoe- i- 0 *
make yours printino. Thr Prim
jgdffdty offers exctfptk»nal wage? "
*n*Uon available. Monotype, ktybo* -
ini rgster. Unotype, Hand rompa ' n ’ r .
and Pri*work on modern P reSse * H
«uB MJonaatlen write the POUHKB
SCHOOL OP PRINTING at )*>«
South St, Nashville. Tran.

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