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Week Employment Chance finHf n*r*n t In Ike *ir Walter Hotel. HV J. «'. H ItKKIItll.!. Italeigh. May 5.- The "Made-in North Cart)Una* p.<*r*ui which will featured during the week of May 16-21. votneidentaltt with "National Cotton Week." offers an opportunity tt . help relieve the unemployment *tt uation in the State, officials of the LVpartment of Conservation and De velopment said yesterday. North Carolina made jfooda of all varieties will be featured during the veeeh bv retail merchandising ftrma ,nd the public is being urged to visit .nd ntahe a special study of those dfs f,iavs At the .same time, the buying puhltc » being urged to make as many purchases of North Carolina made products during the week as ls , needs demand ami its ability will jIIOW. jiven when particular sirens Is not directed bv merchants toward the ..ales feature the experience of many, according to reports received by con- Remove The Cause of Rheumatism Not Till Then Will You Be Free From It's Blighting Curse I n< irld poison—the cause of rheu matic agony start* to leave your body In 24 hour*. Think of it huw this old world d,e-< make progress now comes a prescription which is known to phar macists as Allenru and within 48 hours after you start to take this jinft acting formula all pain, agony and inflammation has departed. Truiv .i •!. » f«*r fh*- whole family ,n . rlrl t. 11• '••r instead of tirina a f.rtiir*s, eM*riisive ami annoying crip , , hr happy Person Is at work again. Allenru dv-* just what this notice it will do it is guaranteed by Parker s Drug Store and leading drug gists to do it you can get one gen rrom bottle for Bft cents and we know » wilt bring the Joyous results you riyert your money whole heartedly t«tumed Ts*e heart-'-lively activity will f.mrsiutn after the wonderful benefit v i,-rii i.rmas has made yon cheer : 1 ur..l happy x-.! rriiwmber this. Allenru is jnst . :\\r for neuritis, sciatica and | .... ---Adv. Stevenson THEATRE NOW SHOWING Today and Tomorrow TARZAN THE APE MAN —With— JOHNNY WEISMULLER MAUREEN 0 SULLIVAN C AUBREY SMITH NEIL HAMILTON Also Seleoled Short Subjects Admtaaton: Matinee Children l*c Adults 25c Night Children *#c Adults 35c BIG SISTER A Bargain By LES FORGRAVE i SOW, 1 TOOK \ / would YOU \WEII_,T DUNMO. S’POS«N4& I OON’T LOOK LIKE P tHAT kj* GET ANA/Ajy ! THAT BOAT IN) OKI a ) CARE TO SELL I NWAS EKSOERuO' / Z GIVE YOU MORE'NO / FAIR VC, SEFORE UG C **+.*>&*■ i 3AO DEBT. OOT \(T SAY FOR Oh> evJSYt WlfOP WHAT \T"S TttO ILL JUST GIVE gMljlC Ml KlO . NAJHATC -r<ViMT KlfcNJCr? 3ECW 1 A FOR KUODLIW’. 1 VOOWTPt _ O* . qjgrl MSU ACHEOt Tv-iAX MOOSETO ME. A / tSL>M 9 - THATS AU. |T*3 \ EIRE VAJOOO. WOOD VKJ Tlrt P, RIGHT N3OYU/ OSj j.■ - / \ PARMER OOtOfT GOOD PER TO T\ HOVO NAOCH VfS WHOLE - „ \GWtV_E \WtEjR6. r 7 | [T'S OOR \ , y THE GUMPS—SHADOWS — _ - ■ - - - ■ * .L..—«» R»'t?s^eR 6 - 6R ’rSy*2sss^ 4; v &jzp*Hgmmm3gp m NtovJ- «enr.i»* n „ th#t b „ ticreased naturally through *,he srrjsss - NoTTk o ff?Ct ° f lncr ** s * d sales of ‘ h Caf oMnw-made products, if the movement has as widespread obser vhnee as Is hoped, canned fail to bene fit either directly or mdirectlv the entire State .it is pointed out. “Increased sales of North Carolina made goods." said Director J w Harrelson. of the department, "wlli help to place more money in circula tion. thereby improving business in general. This will enable the mer chant to employ more salesmen; and to the extent that the sale of North Carolina products i 8 stimulated will speed up industries, thereby furnish lug added labor for industrial woS ©ns. When North Carolinians become soid on the products of their own fac tories and mills, they in turn will be come salesmen for these same pro snecm, . r ? We have had some specific examples where the benefits of the movement have been reflected directly in greater activity for fac tories and mills. The potentialities of the movement are limited only by the interest with which it is received." U. N. C. PROFESSOR OFFERED BIG JOB Chapel Hill. May s.—Dr. E. R. Mos her, professor of education and di rector of practice teaching in the School of Education of the niversity of North Carolina, has been offered a professorship of secondary educa tion at the College of the City of New York, carrying a salary nearly dou ble what he is now receiving, it was learned here today. Dr. Mosher says that he will probably accept the of fer. ARTIST TO GIVE ORGAN CONCERT AT CAROLINA Chapel Hill, May 5. Edward Eigen sebenck, celebrated concert organist of Chicago, who opened the organ when the Hill Music Hall was dedi cated here last year, wili give an other recital here Friday night at 8 30 o'clock, in connection with the meeting at the niversity that day of the North Carolina chapter of the American Guild of Organists. HENPCTSON, (N. C.,) DAILY DISPATCH- THURSDAY, MAYS, 1932 WINNERS IN CULVER EXAMS ARE CHOSEN Dutharo May 5- Twelve young ninth grade boys from widely separat ed sections of this state will meet at Duke university oh Saturday to compete tn final (xarMnattons for the $9,t00 Cutter scholarship which will cover three years expenses at the well known Indiana military aca demy. Names at the boys winning in the recently conducted statewide prelim inary examination conducted in 15 cities were announced today by Dr. W. A. Brownell, at the Duke faculty, who is a member of the Culver schol arship committee for this State. More than 130 especially qualified boys took the tests several weeks ago. WENDELL STUDENT DUKE PRESIDENT Durham. May 5. -Lawson Knott, of Wendell, N. C., will lead the Duke class of 1033 through the coming year, having been elected president of the rising seniors in elections yesterday. During the closing year he has served as vice-president of the junior-class. Einstein has been called the most profound scientific thinker since Newton. The sea appears to have been the cradle, If not the birthplace, of the earliest form of animal life. POLITICAL NOTICES Special Notice This Is to notify all candidalea far office that political nettoes published In this column or elsewhere In the Dally Dispatch are cash In advance. Rate* furnished upon application. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I hereby announce my candidacy for a four-year-term on the Vance Board of County Commissioners, subject to the Democratic primary, June 4, and will appreciate your support. W. W. GRISSOM. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER^ I am a candidate to succeed myself for a four-year-term as a member of the Vance Board of County Commis sioners, subject to the June 4 Demo cratic primary. I pledge to continue my best efforts in behalf of the peo ple of the county. O. L. STEWART. FOR THE SENATE I hereby announce my candidacy for the State Senate from the district composed of Vance and Warren conn ties, gubjeet to the Democratic pri mary of June 4, and will apppreclate your support. W. S. COR3ITT. FOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES To Lhe people of Vance County: I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the House of Representatives, subject to the action of the Democratic primary on June 4, 1932. Your vote and Influence will be sincerely appre ciated. M. C. PEARCE. FOR STATE SENATE I hereby announce my candidacy to represent Vance and Warren coun ties In the Senate of the North Caro lina General Assembly, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, June 4th., 1932. Your support will be deeply appre ciated. D. P. MCDUFFEE. FOR CONSTABLE This is to say to my friends that I will be a candidate for constable of Henderson township in the June 4 Democratic primary, and 1 solicit, your support, which will be greatly appre ciated. J C. CHAMPION. sunny ~ OF CENTRAL HOTEL. HANfEHff /j ' AWAY WITH A S/NQUE PiE * * SINCE LASSITUDE WHITE HAS sTAUUsf- (TAKEN CHARGE OF THE KITCHEN GITfLEKI , Q H>::2 U-f W Si .miry Onlral 5-5'3« DID YOU KNOW ? - - - By R. J. Scott • I THERE IS i;o DL-RES-StON IS lK ' UJk TAYLcns om Tius ball Team— rSJwVVyaiy 3 PLAVEP-S OH R»E CHICAGO CUBS Have. The same mame_ II if HER. $ JSIAPROUS HArfcltenEHlf Imn tßy M*• M t)o NGT HAVE TSi wAfc# VflMff / // m k R JK THE.IB. CALORIES- -tH** f« * // l mt T LfM ACE SoTWM ■fW'fHi U U ** ) Im bones show TfWkou*# y ■ feotsics PAGE SEVEN Difpttcb WANT ADS 6«t Regulte WE HAVE A FULL STOCK OF garden seed at reduced priced. All fra*> Mock. * 4-Mi BLUB STONE FOR SPRING TO booCb beds for -att at Ram Gin and Supply Co 3-3 ti WILL. HAVE ANOTHER SHIPMENT of seed Cobblers tonight Also full lime at garden and field seed H B N enema n. 5-2 it GOOD, WELL BROKE MULE FOR sale cheap. See Tucker Harris, Route 2, Henderson. N C. 2-tii FOR RENT MODERN FIVE ROOM house on Oxford Road. Phone 511 or see F M Dorsey. 30-3-5 7. WANTED—SOO MEN (TsTOM ers for khuki. pin check, him! seersucker pnnts. sizes 29 to "iO. All pre-shrunk. 98e pair. J. C. Penny Co. 5-lti. GUR PRESCRIPTION FILES ARE still complete. We can refill pie scripUone as fa t back as the year 1878. Bring ik your new prescrip tions. Also your old ones to be in filled. Dorsey s Drug Store. 4-3 ti MONEY TO LOAN OF FIRST mortgage on real estate. Apply to Perry and KittreM. H. E. Cr^ws 5-4 ti. TRY FULLER'S SERVICE STATION for eXgit-ri auqomobile service of every kind iticludiug repairs. All work guaranteed satisfactory. We sett ttre*, <utx-* and batteries. Also battery repairing. 3-4 f. MISS O. C~7 lll-ACKNALL, PUBLIC attnographer now located at Hen derson Book Co. Copying, multi graphing. mimeographing nitlitf GARDEN SEED PIJLNT SNAP beans, butter beans. early corn, squash. cucumber, tomato, poi<* beans okra, and other seed, prices reduced Arsenate of lead. Paris green, lime suiphur compound, blue alone and other insecticides. Paik er's Drug Store. The Rexall Store. 3-3-ti SPECIALS FOR YOUNG MEN pnrß linen psnts, 22-in. bottoms. 1-4 top pockets. $1.98 pnir. White dtick pants as above. 98e pair. Boys’ white duck pants 89e pair. J. t . Penny Co. ft-lt. USED C AR BARGAINS 1930 OhevrolrS Sport Coupe $295 00 1928 Pontiac Ctupe, $l5O (JO. 1928 Fiord Coach *135.00. 192 s Oakland Sedan *ISOOO 1927 Chevrolet Seda n *6O 00. 1927 Pmdlac Sedan *96 00. MOTOR SAI.KS CO. Phone 832 5-ts. FOR SALE AT REAL BARGAIN prices twelve used doors, two mir ror doors, five merchandise display tables and one Iron safe. Hender son Auction House. 4 ko. FOfT RENT -SIX ROOM HOUSE ON Rowland Street with water, lights and garden. Rent reasonable Ap ply toS. O. Spruill or phone 417 W 3-6-7. FOR SALE—ONE HARLEY DAV ldnon motorcycle, good condition cheap for cash, demonstration after 6 o'clock. One Model A Ford pick up. one Corbitt Truck, aM with good tires. W. C. Cates, Jr. 5-tti SUCCESSFUL POULTRYMEN USE C-V buttermilk ms:ities scratch feed A trial win convice you. The Car ter Venable Co.. Inc. IWe East Canal St. Richmond Va. 7-|4-21-2a-5. WANTED -BY E'VERY~MOTH , i,j*t « 32-piiKC dinner set. rose T»9ffe#R. ycry special at $2.98 set. 26-pieco silver set. jrflar anteed 25 years, $4.98 set. Don't fnrfrrt next Sunday is Mothers’ Day. J. O. Benny so. 5-lti. C.ROCERY STORES FISH DEAL ping paper. Use old newspapers - ers and markers save on your wrup- Get a big bur.oie at the Daily Dis patch office for 10c. 21-tr NICE VARIETY OF DAHLIA BULBS for .salt*. Phone 126 Mrs. Asa A. Hardee. 5-ltl, SALESMAN PERMANENT REP resentative for oW established man ufactured SelUng ifa.'»Js'’na!ly ad vertised line to business concern* only. Full time not necej»sary Merchants InduMrles. Inc.. 2(X>l Home Ave., Dayton, Ohio. 3-34 i. THE DAI IT DISPATCH IS NOW ON Sale at The Smoke Shop. Jefferson Case. Henderson Candy Kitchen and Wiggins Drug Store. You may se cure a copy from any of iheae places at the regular price of sc. 29-ts OUR MOTTO: INDIVIDUAL TOW els to each and every customer, san itary neck bands for hair aprons, clean combs and brushes, the best tonics, shampoos massage cream* and scalp treatments to be had All applied by as good barbers as you will find anywhere. Hair cut 25c shave 20c Allens Barber Shop Thura-Fri ts. Everyone must have t trade—why not •lake yovrs PRINTING. The Printing indnstiy offers exceptional wages In atrnaMon available, Monotype, keyboard and carter, Unotype. Hand composition ah<f Wtatcrt on modem preaeaa For hlB Information write the FOUHDtN SCHOOL OP PRINTING at I*l« 19 MMk 9L, Naabvllk, Turn.