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MISS c c BLACKNALL, PUBLIC
ifno*>4|>h*r. now locmt*d at H*»-
j rl , v n Book Co Copyint, multl
(trmphinf. ■» 2-ts
CLEANED EXPERT RUG
, ,~aner in town «**» week. Hup
',.,.„*>i«trhiy cN«*A nacmvprooCwU
xr ws.rk gueiaekeed. prtcoa wate-
: sri «ry Call ST* HuSif*h»,
j.iii rrttora Co. IS-Sti.
in stock pa me
arwn* ! » of »«w4. naoUi balta
, iir >X( ur tobacco prtan* bed Also
JtV ").me. sulphwr fur fruft tr*«
praylms ** ,k< * r ’* Dn »* ■***.
g., f Result St ora. lMtl
RECEIVED another car
‘ ,a ~f pond value* in pine stdng-
Grade* and prices to please
.\ [yb.xh Alex S .Watkins "The
I'U.v of Values." 19-111.
SOYBEANS POH SALE TOKYO, «»c
Ujmmoih Yellow. 65c; Laredo.
I*,, Otootan, $2 50. Wrke for
penes latge lota Ah 4l other varie
rr , \v F. Winstead, Ransom
v.lle North Carohnii. 13-131 j
] kft in citizens rank and
Tin.'' Co one straight ateen Dun
..,H pipe Re'orn to Dispatch of
,~f an.! receive reward 19-*t GL M
WE HAVE been APPOINTED to
),smile service and repair* on Alr
,,ne Radios by Montgomery Ward
and Co Full line parU on hand
U:*on Jewelry Co. 22-ts.
WOOLLEYS GOOD PAINT KEEPS
,s,mma and going at "The Place of
'. jlue> You <cn satisfy your paint
here Ale* S Watkins.
Where quality tells and prices sHI "
19-ltl.
DRESSES: PLAIN,
Spring Coats. 50c; Suits. 50c; 1
Pjiii- 33c; Topcoats. 50c; Hats, 50c;
Thi' i' first class work, no second
work Your cooperation by
r\m< U' a large volume will keep
i.r.ces on your cleaning. May- l
r'mirh Cleaning Co. Phone 237 i
18-2tl.
?1 RAYED or STOLEN-FEMAIuE
dog one year old. All white
.xrept several small brown spots on
ears Any information will be
zresily appreciated. A. L. Cape
hart Kirtrell. N. C. 19-22-25.
THE DAII.Y DISPATCH IS NOW~ON 1
sale s: The .Smoke Shop, Jefferson 1
Cjfr Henderson Candy Kitchen and
IV:g?irn Drug Store. You may se
cure a ropy from any of these places
at the regular price of sc. 29-ts.
RK SURE AND VISIT "THE PLACE
‘•f Values" anJ .see our new values
n ceiling and flooring, also a big
"ck of doors and windows at low
*v-os. Alex S. Watkins. "Where
VJl.iy Tells nr.d Prices Sell.” 19-L
STATE ACCREDITED BABY |
• melts every Wedneseday. Reds
rckj white Wyandotts. white Leg
horns Get my reduced prices be
fore buying Special attention to
eu *' cm hatching. Robertson Poul
'v farm. Route No. 1, Henderson.
Hiotifr 2103. Tuea and Frt. ts
f"R RENT-FIVE ROOM HOUSE
r " Nl >nh Garret* Street. W. B. !
for sale white second i
fheeta, letterhead alee, cut from good
»*W9 stock. 60c per thousand. Large
quant it lea at lower prices. Header
*')n Dally Dispatch. S-lOt
DIME DAY
Every Wednesday
TO EVERYBODY
STEVENSON
SEABOARD AIR
LINE RAILWAY
trains i.kavk hkndfrson
As FOLLOWS
N " northbound
I'M—H:4H a M tor Richmond,
W'avhlnginn New York, connect
'•»* at Norlina with No. 18 ar
fl'inj Portsnioulh-Norfolk 1I:W
** M with parlor-dining car ser
vice
«—S:S2 P. M for Richmond
Washington, New York.
,fJrJ —»:*B |* M for Richmond
Washington and New York.
*—Lat A M for Portsmouth-
Norfolk Washington, New York.
No SOUTHBOUND
a . M for Savannah,
•Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa, St.
Petersburg.
T—S:l? P M for Raleigh. San
ford, llamlet. Uoliimtila, Savan
nah. Miami Tampa, St. Peiera
hurg.
1*7—7:55 I* M far Raleigh. Ham
let, Savannah. Jacksonville,
Miami. Tampa. Hr Peteraharg.
Atlanta. Birmingham.
5 —A M. for Atlanta, Birm
ingham, Memphis
|, " r Information call on H. 15.
•‘feasants OPA.. Raleigh. N. C.,
or .M c Uappa, TA , Ifendartpn,
N. C.
Deport ‘Red’ Johnson
njar pw*f\
I ’e Jt
I
fr : [email protected] sp
j Caat into the limelight and held
in jail several weeks for question
i ing in connection with the Lind
bergh kidnaping case, Henry
(Red) Johnson, left, friend of
Betty Gow, the Lindbergh nurse,
is shown with an immigration in
spector leaving Newark, N. J., for
* frea trip to Norway, his native
land. Cleared of any complicity
in the Lindbergh caae, Johnson
I was found to have entered this
country illegally and is being de
ported
THE OLD HOME TOWN Registered V S Patent Office By STANLEY
f DOC, FIX ME UP, JVhA f) THOUGHT 'YOU KNEW A
; Been auctioneering /that district- noihjns]
CVER AT STAGNATION \ ( MOVED OVER THERE / | ”.F
CENTER-AFTER BHOURS) \SINCE THAT TORNADO J
TALKING, COAXING ANO jtZ. W )884- BLEW THE f -=-J —-
Doing mt song and Dance ) l depot across J—k —s —s —
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[that VvMNDY AUCTIONEER RETURNS HoMe/|
FROM A STRENUOUS SETLL.iN<S CAMPAIGN
OUT OF Tfc>WN
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Dispatch Advertising Pays
BIG SISTER No Time for Sorrow ; By LfcS FOKGKAVE
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I’LL <36T /VCHA.NCE TO6ET MV STOMACH ■—p I (WTO THE FOR A PEvO OAVS Tw' LOVE O— • ( GEE' V*-*.
THE GUMPS—WHAT A GIRL
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( A P'CTOfeE Os YME <»>«»- / I K >mO TkIE OCO PAINTER* MADE J ON THE BACK OF A MAN M S ' LK S^CKINGSI
\ HAJ BEEN [ |or COKVNL. IN F ROAA YMC FIEUO 4 VviYM A UOAO 7 WHO IR TRYING TO V Yo MAKE A J.
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HENDERSON, (N. C.,) DAILY DISPATCH TUESDAY, A P R 11, 19, 1932
TOUR UNITES BUTLER AND SON
■L >,
Ls t
louring western Pennsylvania in [
his campaign for ihe Republican j
senatorial nomination, Gen. Smed- ’
ley Rutler, the retired marine, is
also getting acquainted again with [
his eldest son, Smedley, Jr. Gen. [
Butler says his service with tht
marines and his son’s school at
tendance have kept them apart for
five years. Young Butler now ia
chauffering for his famous father.
They are shown in Pittsburgh.
DID YOU KNOW? -- - By R.J. Scott~]
BBSSfT- —■■
cas*t ureo for. EFHierrtou
heartT that weighed
jp<r POUNDS AjiD A
That weighed
COULD COMFoatABLV SIT id
tiJgf..,
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