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m i, L o v« in Th* e " L2fcLL (U ,w> ;HiS FIRST KiK *•«•* Chscoge neoafe. four ji-iamt. Fk»V Lhoktavr. Ain Harry ! ..mry <Md«o*. and Jay t*r ner, u;Ao ( fWi* tlw Borg. ueotoi: t a 0o OJ| ft I ir»M* ,a •*** South Sf«i, wtinini »« JtW /»IM||»|7 of UA old *Ai w - 4 tun i *AuA dcscnkr* O trodiKO voyage fcj , J a Capita Whttmy in (A* iki v rr» Warn in '*« urtif IM*. Captain WAilnr-i/ U«IJ ass-kino I tearls. eapr. dally o«C. a «/r< «»l Mack Ijn’oim,.,, Mxl Jo *•><• '*’* « <«6rddcd ir | fcr ' ey, at rhe Bo*Jh *«*• i«J«n4 god. \ u Uu,h it the lug *4 in rode. ’/out-, Lurry ox J jay »mr up Ikrir job* oh u Chieago neuapager. Tom mam,•* PWi>* a««l Jaj/ teed* /one be fura the t.iy Ui3m<hde a girl nho i«» r „. diHil lurseif a* Vita Whitney firs lu ibiutu po*J«<*ioA o/ the | o a. >v/i , ’ JfltH the Jaw® »*<» icjfc |w l Tui#*t<. Tahnti. and during the i my- j aye Jay* rabin 14 rauaanked bu\ tames)ue apparently in search of the toy At Papeete they dtooowr Hits VI hit at y U called Pauo, ertucejj 0/ a group 0/ nto»d-*. Ska ianJ.-j Hcm »o ii«u< (*« intondA. 7A,y acoegj «*.J oo isrih her Jo UoaJoMfMi, Ji,-,- ijJuim! home. /J t» there that Tom. uhv * *o it* uinless cod*-, moki s fund* mlh Ufalo, in charqe of Jh* island radio, and hears several inter- | tiling message* from a man named i.,.i*ajJoA, uho ts said to be 11 trend of Pauo, im/tnring about th> l„g. Torn tella Pdly. loue and Jug about Livingston s messages. They keep tha nr iti /ram Lorry. who Aa* income infatuated uifh the princess. Pa no takea them aJJ Jo watch JJh x-Jue method of fiahimo. The nest nay «o A lie cruising about the inland they ait uitness a battle be tureen .* nark* and a mother oh ale. On tnnr return Jmy talks tciJA an old naliir u.ho Harm Aim against x-isit ,,g one of the nearby iatonda. Tarro, ' In cause of the ghosts. Tom learns font the radio that Utato An s ' searched Jag s trunk. He tells Jan. ! tut before they can investigate I‘aun lake* them all off to a native /east t-; a near by village. 1 i-VOir OO OV WITH THE STOHY] 1 i CHAITKK IS } MORNIN' MORPHEUS!" Pills < :*ui«il in*- as 1 uiui through the i.vinft room the foliowinir ' 1 r « Uilh suit headnd for the cool. I re<r>«hiuit wati-ra of tha la|.-iA>n. > iinii to stay mol ftninh a dream 1 1 »aa workitiK on," I to»d her as I s hr.ideil on throußh. It was late and 1 the sun nas high. i “I could get a powerful cardiac ! rrntion if 1 were invited to come along,” she ofTered. f’,tt into a hashing suit, then." I [ told her Make it nnappy. There are ! 1 lot of these actinic rays going to ( “■ode oul them am) I have a yen to jaikrii my tan clown about one-half ( of one shacVn” None of tt>« others ( M*med to irnve a bath, so together j we headed for the water. Uu.k at tha palace we changed , did I routed l*akai out to the t kitchen for an alligator pear, toast j met 1 offer. Hilly took a tall glass of hilled fruit juice. I d hen we came Into ihn llting , room o.hare the others ware louug- , thy about, l.arry was dioc uaning pho toyruv-liy and the dlfferer»ce in Ihc . timing lieeauaa of the strength of ] to-.- light here on the equator. , "I haie some of that new fast film j m inv trunk.” 1 said Out of the tail \ of my eye 1 saw Tom was getting ] tfii play. **l‘ll get it. Have you the key to the store room V I asked | t J auo. I ”i II brine it." *he replied. 1 pot - I op. and at a siriial Tom came along. ' In a moment I'auo tame with tl»-!i Wey and unlocked the door. A« I be nt ! : over. then, to nnlock the trunk 1 dis covered that Toni would have won i his bet. The lock was smashed. 1 ■ Weil, ten thousand darns," 1 said ’ surprised. "This look Is busted.’- I 1 looked up at Pnuo. 1 "That’s strange." she said, exam ining it "1 don’t see how that could have possihty hap|>ened. This room 1 has been looked all the time. The rook ts the only one who ever has the key." "No great damage done." I told her philosophic idly. "You needn't wait. I'll lie sure to see that the door locks." "Well?” I asked Tom after she had gone. fEither she Is a good notrega, nr silt didn’t anything about it." he'<j.-ridyd. "fvi-naps Cfaftft'got the key front thi c ook.” fo.-siihiy.* » I took a r*H of film and we went tack to rejoin the others. "I have P. tel my doily tanning,” 1 announced. Then we went swimming. Shortly alter we finished our siesta Huvin appeared. ‘Want to watch Havia'a shark STEVENSON THEATRE TODAY SIDNEY FOX DEE I WOMEN” Aii.Vrd Selected HH Short Subject. EVERYBODY THURSDAY—FRIDAY MARLENE DIETRICH —in— mm “SHANGHAI EXPRESS ' ■ —WITH— CMYK HROOK ANNA MAY WONO WARNER OI^AND ALSO ON THE BTAGE— ‘ 4 POPPY DAY ’' oty«n by AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY H THURSDAY NIGHT ONLY I Coming— Monday end Tuesday “HELL’S ANGELS’’ in , n« JDlinv I WWi “No great damage dona,” 1 told hor. catching act?” Pauo asked ny "Ho you mean to tell me he’ll ac tually go down and catch one of those horrible things with nothing but a rope.” H||y exploded. If we can find one that’s lazy and quiet.” Pauo answered. Then we were cruising along near where a high rocky point lifted above deep water. Ihnga. the mate of the schooner, was with ua In the big outrigger canoe. Through the water glasses we were studying the coral caves and grottos at the base. In the clear sun light the delicate shades of mauve, lemon yellow and pink showed witti startling beauty in those underwater coral beds. There Is an ethereal qual ity about them that Is stunning. In the crystal water brilliantly colored ftah flashed about. "Doesn’t that lovely picture down there take you back to childhood dreams of fairyland," lone asked. "See tho.-vc castles, forests and dark caves." We had been cruising for possibly two hours when sudiienfy Potlt shouted in broken English that he had found a shark. Ho directed our eye*, and there in the black mouth of a cave we saw the ugly creature, his great head protruding a few feet Into the sunht water. "That one will do.” 11a via told I'auo and she translated for ua. "He says that shark Is full of flsh and resting.” Carefully the canoe was laid against the shore and Pinga ami Potii climbed out, making fast one end of the roiie with a half-hitch around a stout tree. Tom and Larry took the paddles and worked the ca noe out over the cave and the shark. “000 00! Havia. you’ll get killed.’’ Pilly shuddered. We were all remem bering the ferocious attack of the loathsome monsters on the whales. Tucked in the pareus of each of the natives I saw long, wicked looking sheath knives. Then Havia grinned at us. filled Ids lungs and aHpped overside -.vith the ease of a seal. Through the water glasses we watched him sink straight down through some ii feet of water ’Tour fathoms.” Pauo guessed It. With him he carried the rope end with the running-noose .In it. Here was an exhibition of daring 1 which for high tension thrill, had 1 anything stopi»ed that any of us ha-! : ever witnessed man meeting the: monster ot the deep, whose only nnf-l ural enemy was another shark. In Ida own element l>ent on besting him Kallure on Havia’a part meant death In one of its wickedest forms, or at least the loss of a limb. *. Now the man was standing beside the monster, l-’or a moment 1 don’t think any of us breathed. We watched, powerless to tear our eyes away from the underwater <li-*ovfi. Then Havia struck the wvil-looking s-nnut sharply, and In the split sec ond as the shark turned to see what j creature had the audacity to tease j him, the noose was slipped over the | flukes. With a spring from the hot- [ tom the man was tin and away. The entire thing had token pns. • HENDERSON, (N. C.J DAILY DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1982 ■* Eibly a little over a minute from the time Havia had sllpiied into tht water. Now as he reached the sur face. we gave him a hand over the side. Then the fight to land "mako”, as the natives call the shark, began. Steadily I’lngu and Potii snubbed tli* slack in the rope, checking the furious lunges of the gr.-us fish. Ju diciously we moved the canoe a few feet front the scene of hattle. watch ing all the time. Little by little, then, the rope shortened and the shark was gradually being drawn in. “You wouldn’t want that rO|ie taa. t< n *d to a boat like this.” I’auo de clared. ’Those big fellows will pull a 40-foot boat along at a good dip.” Finally the ugly snout broke the water, and the lushing of the fiower ful beast leciune frantic a« he began to drown in *he air. As the thrash ing continued the line was snubbed tighter until now the shark was partly out of the water. Hraduully then it subsided. Finally Plnga picked up a stout club and hashed it heavily on he front of Its head. "Sharks are not hard to kill If you hit them right in the front of the head.” I’auo informed ua 'Their brain ta there anti also the end of their spinal column." Havia accepted our compliments for his daring feat with a satisfied grin. Pauo v«aa talking to him In a rapid patois of French and Polyne sian. Then we were inspecting our first shark at dose range. "Whut will that weigh," Tom asked l’inga. me see,'* and the mate studied the great fish for a moment. “It's a littls over IS feet long Oh. 1 should guesa somewhere in the neighborhtiod of half-n-ton." Ai we studied the ugly jaw- of that fthaminer-head" we shuddered, and there came to ua a new appre ciation of Havia's courage. Hack at the palace once more we held a f-oat-ruoileii)” on what we had seen. The Knglish language m cnied short on adjectives for Pilly's ns* iii expreeelng her "suwm-ni." We were all clear on one point— that Moetonga offerexl ft rare as sortment of unique entertainment. After a time the girla left ua. I knew they were going to do a little more copying of that log's code. Tom ! went up to the tower to "practice” ■ at his key and talk to Ptnto. j (gizlly I sat resting. Time flowed - -'\cetly there In that wild garden of •he Pacific. Deeply 1 breathed the perfume of those soft, exotic, trop ical airs. The trade had died down and the lagoon slumbered blue, while the s*-a creamed sortie on the outer reef. Looking back on it, 1 have often wondered if fate wasn’t giving ua . and* pear* now to strengthen us for the harrowing strain or days that lay ahead. Hut those days’were not yet, end eo for the next couple •of week* we Just loafed, thankful [that telephones nnd ahum clocks had tno part In (Mir present scheme of j things. < tro nr p'jvt/v > r.nt LAST DAY TO FILE EXPENSE REPORTS (Continued from Page One.) govrnor or from three of the five (xindidfttea for the nomination for the United States Senate. But the statements from these candidates are expected before the office closes this afternoon. Interest is centering espe cially in the reports to be made by Senator Cameron Morrison, and by the three candidates for the Demo cratic nomination for governor - R. T. Fountain. J- C. B. Ehringhaus and A. J. Maxwell. Candidates for the nomination to the United States Senate miust also file reports of their expenditures and contributions with the clerk, of court dn their home counties, a* well as with the secretary of state. The law also makes it the duty of the secretary of state and of the clerks of superior court in the various oounties to call for reports from all candidates of their expenditurea and receipt* from contribution*. The law also direct* the secretary of dtale to notify the attorney general of any failure on the part of a candidate to file a report with him. It also re quires each clerk of court to notify the solicitor of the district In which his county ia located, of any failure on the part of' candidate* within the county to file a report of campaign expenditurea and receipts. Two ot the candidates for tha Dem ocratic nomination to tha Uhi tad States. Sftnate—Robert R. Reynold* of He’s a Rookie Scout Now. mhp' -. '>ywriw*!y»ac' ''' *’» . ft- BmHHa SiarJlv 8 !* £!V ork fr - ,m C * I ,,forni » to 8 performance sot •ha. ty. Jackie Cooper juvenile star of the films, received a surprise greeting irum a tjjiop of Roy Scouts, The diminutive star is shown a* he saluto.lthe flag. He was later made a member of the Bov .Scouts organi zation in a ceremony at the Looige Washington Bicentennial Building. "Lindy Lady” Their Guest While all England is enthusia.it.cjiby acclu»n.,iig the leal oi At *...a hart Putnam, the daring young uviairix is resting as the guest of United Stales Ambassador Andrew W. Mellon in the English capital. As Amelia did not bring a wardrobe with her on her solo flight across the Atlantic, the important matter of feminine lincry was taken care of by Mrs. David K. Bruce (left), Ambassador Mellon’s daughter and official Embassy hostess. King (ieorge has expressed a desire to meet the daring flyer and it is probable that Mr. Mellon will introduce his famous countrywoman at the pjiiace- Asheville and Arthur Simmons of Burlington have already filed their •xpense accounts. Reynolds' report howed contributions of $1,236.50 and expenditures of $1.290.8g. Simmons' report showed expenditures of $178.60 and no contributions. Most of the candidates for nomina tion to the lesser state offices have already filed their statements of re ceipts an dexpenditures. A. L. Flet cher, seeking the nomination for com missioner of labor, reported expendi tures of SSIH.9J and no contributions. Fritz Smith, seeking the nomination foi- the same office, reports contribu tions of $li«) and explnditures of $92. R. K. Lawrence another candidate for the same office, reports contri butions of $1,1t56-*rfi and expenditures of $1,063.71. Dennis G. Brummitt. seeking re nominution sot attorney general, re ports contributions of 4560 and expen ditures of $564.22. John P. Stedman, unopposed for the nomination for State treasurer, reports expenditures of $45 and no contributions. James A. Hartness, seeking renomination for secretary of state, report* expendi tures of $1,005.03 and no contribu tions. Dan C. Boney. seeking renom ination for commissioner of insurance reports expenditures of $198.55 and no contributions. D. VV. Martin, of Beau fort, Carteret county, who is also seeking the nomination as commis sioner of insurance, reports expen ditures of $321.05 and no contribu tions. E. C. Macon, of Asheville, who is seeking the nomination as a member of the Corporation Commission, run ning against Stanley Winborne, who is seeking ieuomination, reports ex penditure of $64 and no contributions. Charles T. of Greensboro, one of the candidates for the Demo cratic nomination to Congress from the sixth congressional district, re ports expenditures of $294.65 and no contributions. _PRiNfc _ WMV9 ffffflSEr/ " » Jt ’* a rich *»*»’» coffee at a Po° r ,n *n’» price, COUPONS f OCTAGON SOAP COUPONS FELLOWSHIPS GIVEN TO DAVIDSON ALUMNI Davidson, May 25. Information has been received here that four of the five fellowships awarded by Union Theological Seminary, Richmond Va., went to alumni of Davidson College who are now attending the Virginia institution in preparation for the min istiy'. One of the fellowships was re appointed for a second year to Chat;. F. Mcßae, of Maxton. 1928 Davidson graduate. This was the Thomas Cary Johnoon fellowship. The other three went to 1929 grad uate*, who completed their under graduate work oil May lOtti. These were Frank Hail. Wilmington, Moses D. Hoge, Fellowship. Thomas iC. Hill. Richmond. Va.. Salem fellowship, and Robert W. Kirkpatrick, Anedrson. S. C., Charles D. Larus fellowship. Mc- Rae and Hilt expect to study in Ger many next year, while Hall and Kirk patrick will probably do theiir grad uate work at Union Seminary. Rich mond. Phone or Write U» Without Foil! If you move or change your mlilrctw please- notify ns so that we may change the address on your paper. .Just drop a card in the mail or phone tilO. giving hotli old and new address. Henderson Daily Dispatch Emergency Measures When Folk Take Poison Br LOGAN CLENOCNINC. M. D. ’J'HK FIHBT thing everybody trl*« to tblnk or as «oon a-x a member of the family luae taken seme poison nod dent nlly, In the rt«M smutaie. Thai, however. Is probably (be leaat Important element In the emer gnney procedure for polsening. Whet oaii be done that is most helpful before the doctor cornea Is simple* easy, ap plies to every poison—-no mat ter what kind can not possibly da any barm if there lias been a false alarm, an*) need nut tax the memory. First, make the patient vomit three or four i>r - CtoodMUnc tlnvea. ; Then give an enema. Then start a perspiration. Then get ae much fluid into the patient aa la poaaibla All this ts based on the very simple logic that the beat things to do are to get as much as possible of the poison which had not been absorbed out of the patient's body and lo dilute Ihe poison that has been ab.«oti>eii so that It can do the least amount of barm. Tha Induction of vomiting Is heat accomplished by having the tunenrl Stick g finger down the throat and , stimulating the soft nahile until the 1 DAVIDSON ALUMNI MAKE LONG TRIPS Davldaon, May 28 Several) alumni of Davidson College will travel over kOO mile* to be on the campus of thb> inrtUUUion on June 1 for r-hetr class 1-e-unions and for the aluxmu day cele bration. wtwc£ is a part of the With commencement of Davidson Notices from alumni in dlstan# part* of Ame rica that they intend to be present have already been received in the alumru office, and others are com- <SideDre*A~ Don’t give the weevils a chance ALL any weevil asks is a chance—one chance. IjjL Once he gets busy with a square, the boll is gone. Reports indicate enough weevils this year to ruin the crop, if they get a chance. Whather they get it or not, depends pretty much on you. Weevils can’t hurt a crop much, once the bolls are set. Because of the heavy infestation this year, set your crop as early as you can. Nothing takes the place of a Chilean Nitrate side-dressing for making an early crop. There is no way a little money could be better invested now than for 100 pounds (200 pounds would be better) of Chilean Nitrate to side-dress each aero of your cotton. Don’t fail to specify Chilean Nitrate when you see your dealer. That is just as important as side-dressing itself. Get busy I The weevils will be plenty busy soon. TWO KINDS 100 WSI fiofh or, natural 2<K> CHILEANS NITRATE EDUCATIONAL (dffjk BUREAU, INC. Rolsiflh, North Corolino We Sell Chilean Nitrate of Soda Retail Or Wholesale PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US NOW KITTRELL & HARRIS Phone 733 Henderson, N C. PROTECT YOUR HEALTH BY DRINKING IBUCKHORN WATER I ■ In Sterilised Bottles. H ■ A Mineral Product of Nature I A Light I’loasHiit Tasting Water ■ Ha» Given Satisfaction for Over 25 Year* ■ ■ Delivered anywhere in Henderson, h\obh every Saturday ■ 20c gallon in half gallon bottle* and 5 gallon demijohns Analysed Every Thirty Days. Order Ditvet or from I’age-Htyuti Drug Company ■ B - T - HICKS, Manager—THOMAS ROYSTER, Salesman Bull ook, N. 0. ■ PAGE THREE . vomiting reflex is started. If tb* p*. i lienl la too weak or hysterical or > comatose to do It himself, it can be i don* by the. attendant. Commot household substances which causa , vomiting, are mustard (a teaspoon to % pint) and salt (two tablespoons to : half a pirn of warm water). Be sure the patient la breathing. , ff he. Is lapsing into unconsciousness start artificial respiration and koop 14. . up indefinitely. !, Attention should also he given ta ' <iimulaflng the patient The most 1 effective way of doing this Is to wrap , him In blankets with plenty of hot 1 water bottles. This not only ts a j •treutatory stimulant but It hvlpe elimination by im-reciainK persplie* I 'ion, and removal of the drug In that way. ii<,t coffee, or ammonia, or brandy, may also be given as stlmu- I lanls The antidotes usually given are egg whites and milk. These at-* useful, l however, only to mercury iiotsontng. : This however, is oue of the three I'ommoneet poisons It la most fro. j husntly thought of by suickJne and la tnr many reasons one of Ihe com. . niOliest poisons swallowed t.y avcl. tent. So the use of <-«■* and milk ta | likely to l>o i-lptit. a The other two commonest poisons ne carbolic ucld and arsenic, tha i.liter ht-cause it Is so frequently [ need as an ingredient of rat j>o!roii*, etc. Kpsom salts and alcohol are the outldoles for carbolic arid. The best antidote for arsenic Is hydroxide of i nun. which may be clvett In unhmlt -1 *-d quantities. Oh? In from nay who live closer to •hu institution. A half-dozen former ■ students of Duvideon from New Yoik. some from Connecticut, others from as fat South as Wee* Palm Beach. Kta , and two or three from ae far writ as Texas have notified the alumni *eor«ery of their intention to visit Davidson next week. Keset-v&Uon* which have come for the ’’eiunuii hot**i” which is one of the tkmmitories reoerved for use of alumni, have been larger than usual this year.