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I Dll> YOU KNOW? - &wT]
AssAsiiNA-rti> ' served Garfield's umexpimo
OIKS-TXndiNG fmt term- .es.-isar
Ujl pop u mr.c ) 2 REOR<3AniiAfioN ofiHe.
53 ,; \ > 7CS STANDARD Oil. COMPANY
of school sysTem^aSoli'shec
JAMES A.CARFIELD mm H P”k itfk BY Massachusetts -
Ssld apache Indian WAR
CHes-Ter a.Arthur B*ooKLv2 3 FQ,nrF
AND “fWENIY-FIRST i/K fl OPENED - F|ftSTCANNACtF^
►RESIDENTS oFtHEU,?.
IQBI LISHED-NORTHERN PACIFIC
►tD CROSS ESTABLISHED- ill | " RAILROAD COM PLETIed-
ORQANI2.A'TIoN OF THE yORICioWN CEM'Tfc.NNIAI PENDLETbN OVIL SERVICE
American federation of celebration act passed-standard
LABOR - INTERNATIONAL , _ _ Time INTRODUCED
COTTON EXPOSITION AT 188 - lOBA
ATLANTA, CA. PRES. EMERSON AND LONG- CoTTbN CENTENNIAL
BARFIELD IS SHOT FELLOW DIE-CONGRESS EXHIBITION AT NEW ORLEANS
J.GUIT’EAIJ dULV2.;D)ES PASSES ACT To EXCLUDE ~55 EA T ,ON BY CONGRESS
SEPTEMBER 2.0 - LIEUT. CHINESE LABORERS FOR
CREELY'S ARCTIC EX- <EN YEARS - EDWARDS i^TERuTr^TFLEPHON^wtopc
PIORAfioNS (isai-iaeo LAW for THt Suppression first Pirr underground
OP POLYGAMY 1932. t>' Central Ptmb Aaaotulien. Inc R_lo
THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY
y>OK f SH'H-'OTEY y— v
>xYOULL
vv VOUR SHE THINKS "THE ( STTREET, # \
KD OFF SAME- AS YOU \ f D AD, SHED \
i THAT ( \ BUT ITS THE j NEVER
VSNQ ,) ONLY WAY ' CAN if \YOU WERE /
MACHINE J (SMOKE WHILE / } M l
1/ 1 \r OUT \U A I/fe// \ THE VILE \
// VBUST)N<S PIPES J\V )]S \ weed/as )
STATidn AGENT DAD KEYES HAS
found away to save HIS PIPE (Vv
THE HANDS op the SOCIETY CVWIA
i,r*G*c>. the suppression of pipe smoking
**— Q htt L-W.sualay CmMPmm 8-20 -3®
SISTER | Fast Work Needed By LES FORGRAVE
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ALL i M IMTERESTPD vwi fi-S t WE«-l_ NiHVGR
~jU3r comeon' -at&rsffiW ??*£&&& hustle ovea aw sns Vpf -
e g, jp*.
'• THE GUMPS—wGOOD RIDDANCE
""" " \. 1 ■ i|| > l '* i ii • r • ■
IR PERFECTLY ff MAVE <^r6e^r^E 4 » > VoU U 7 ' \ { | HEAR VrOM MOW—
WU-iNCr TO C-IVE 1 wliftti- WVE YoU // \ i.. ■ ■■■■■■l (v c Y <vrr OP ANY StfrMY I llMr A
MtNiRJETTA THE L K \£e?rj: KJqT / J YERYYIEU. YMEN-\ \ FORRVfcR - I * VVPIfc , »
for rs~ AU.RICM- ( ANO this is 1 r- V GO» AMO NEVER COME *M m g \LA
mow.Jv?"'”
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HENDERSON, (N.C.,) QAILY ' SATURDAY, AUGUST 20,1932 ’
DID YOU KNOW? • - By R. J. Scott
AL DAVIS , AIR LINE PILOT, *
WHEN FLYING OVER EUGENE,ORE,, AT *O,OOO Tf t i .t’lif-A
SAW AHEAD The GLOW op LIGHTS FROM AsfefMA, fl Uni
OAK.,, 160 MILES DISTANT, PORTLAND, 125 ?'**&s IvHM
DisfXNr and bacic-t& his left The lights fejj|
MARSHFIELD, ORE,, QO MILES DISTANT— /T^BLTEr
A PERSON HAS A VISUAL RANGE OF ABOUT ffft
S miles standing on the earth's surface.
at Tide level, unless the presence of / »* «•.
mountains permits a farther view— imvßA
AT i,soo ft., altitude THE range of- flft
VISIBILITY is approximately 50 MILES, AMD ■—■ -aBS
AT 10,000 FT,, 13*2- MILES -L.
' PEPPER AH IRON
. : A W FROM RESTING ON THE
SHAKER- Buckets E,fe J
nBII fl fr? S R.W, salt AND '» AGAINST THE HANDLES IS A METHOD
/ % 7 *J H HEPPERoFSHAKER 4 USED BY DAIRYMEN IH SOME PARTS
111 In 1 1 ALBERTA, ARE STUDENTS oF FRANCE TO PREVENT SPLASHING By
I lr n yI, M^T AN « TArfe - Keeping the. buckets clear of the body
IVI * COLLEGE . BUTTt, MOrfT „ 7. . o,iq
* .. ...■ ■ - .-1 J GomkMM. tatx. br CalalEiM JlMoeLtUa. hu_ o ‘ •
THE OLD HOME TOWH By STANLEY
\ ( GoT , NTO SAM (he HASNT MISSED A \
\ N \ 5 i havemtseeh (mail in two years )
A, \\ \II ] HIM SO P \^ Nt> "TOCXAY HE <SoW
j \ Q <>£> I^INMONI -HsJ LETTERy^
!
SAM TUTTLES PATIENCE WAS E
i rewarded today when the
FOUR O'CLOCK. MAIL. CAME in %tahco^
Q i»3i Let W. SUnUr Cantral Pie;« 8-19-32
dispatch
WANT ADS
G®* Results
TWO FOUR"room -
rent SIO.UU p,, ' h ' -r.
Phone 4?4-\V ‘ ‘ „
AN INVESTMENT l;,
training will , jy L ‘ ;' lX L'«
through you. hi., ’ ij.V , ( Ux * af; -
iness School r. ICRv ' >lv * fc --.
LT*R REN i- !• uUli 7uk>jj
tage on hair at:,. . Ui
Road, all nioue*:. c , WXlc:i
Rent sl2 50 p.-j '
Carter Phone 5i7 '' s “-'
WANTED-TWu OK
<2red busies 0 1 ~ "
Evans. ,J
2>lt
DID YOU KNOW THE 1.1 Mfcr/
men's Mutual Casuaiu Cu *
woi Id’s gieatest aui u
For your next \« U
Cates licensed local , y ,, ;
notice— B4 l n. Garnett si
where you get Mov;> M, ( , , [,
quart. One of the b« yj .
tion guaranteed or 0,.,'
l'-c
EVERY WEEK BRINiJS \E\\ fc( v
ine»s to stiong iiiU’ual
companies, i epresent«»d (~ \\
Cates, licensed local u?ei.-
WANTED--RESPONSIBLE htp hE
tentative so: The Cato.i,,
zine; highTclass i mpioyniT,; ■„
• cotruniss.ons. Atldre.-s SuL,-: -
Dept.. The Carolina.- .V,j. ltil r
} O. Box 1139. Chariot ...
FOR RENT—MODERN AI^F-,7-
ments in the Stonewall. 2is .
Avenue. Pricrs attractive p
second floor. Steam h
O. Fbonagan. Phone LAS u! ;
SIX ROOM COTTAGE \\ 11H a;.L
modern convenience- fs.in.er.v
copied by M C. Mile- jen; tn,. ,*.
able. Call Mrs. Elrnoi, e . -7-v.
WANTER-TWD OR TIiREE Hi ;,
dred bushels of wheat <i:j
eery Co. Ji.j;,
SPECIAL SPECIAL - JTECIAir
Stumble Inn
1 mile noith of Hender-rr.
Saturday and Sunna
Chicken Salad Sjndw.ch
With a cold d:.r,k
10c
Added a'traction Sunday
Spring t'nlley Colom-4 •
In Music and Son
C. Leonard Hnnion. Cush >e
| THERE IS MORE TO LIFE iiw
a mere existenoe. P.< tt<: y.,Ji
di'ion to earn. Hend.:-,r, IL -
School. Fall term b> - Sepremie
12. Phone 868. - r
THE DAILY DI9TA Lf*!f t* NOW ON
sale at The Smoke Shop, ,ieftar?:r.
Case, Henderson Candv Kitchen
Wohman’s Pharntacy, Wiggins Drug
Store, Agency. You may *ec.:»
a cepy from any of these pie*
at the regular p ru-e of 5c 'JWI
NOTICE
Pursuit to authority mr,t
that deed of trust executed uy •
Fostesr and wife, Pafie F*-t>t <i»• c
the sth., of March 193 m r« :
Book 162 at Page 72 Van<e R<e.-'-
default having been made .n p,\n-:
of the debt therein recured :,nu 4 «
request of the owner and h< >’ ‘
*lhe same, the undersigned Tru«’*-»
offer for sale at twelve o'ci « k r,
on Wednesday the 21st . day • f > r "
temtoer 1932, at courthouse d -
Vance County, at public auct: •:
carih. to highest bidder, the f... v
described real propepy. viz
Begin at sLike on W t-r. r.r :
street 50 feet from Lincf in at«i,4
corner of lot No. 9. and run
e.lcng lot No. 7 back line V) ?•'
to Lincoln avenue; thence a lung >"> ■'
Lincoln avenue 170 feet to \Va.-1..r.»-
ten street 50 feet to the bei;.n;,.i£ h
mg the home-place <4 the pat' -' " :
the first part (Foster and wsF
same property purchased f!*>ni "*
Henderson Loan and Real Estate C:
dated 21st of April 1916.
This 20th day of Augus- ] Q 32
D P. MCDt'FFF.E Tr.utt*
SEABOARD AIR
LINE RAILWAY
TRAINS LEAVE HKNDEBSO!*'
AS FOLLOWS
No. NORTHBOUND
1M—8:48 A. M. for Richmond.
Washington New York, connect
ing at Norlina with No l« * r '
riving Partamouth-Norfolk 1*
P. M. with parior-dlning car ** r '
vieo,
4 2:52 P. M. for Richmond
and Portsmouth, Washington
New York.
MS—9:4B P. 11. for Richmond
Washington and New York
5- A. M. tor Portsmouth
Norfolk Washington. N>» York
Ne. SOUTH BOUND
Ml—A:« A. M. for Savannas
Jacksonville, Miami. Tampa. &
Petersburg.
5—3:45 P. M. for Raleigh. San
ford, Hamlet, Columbia, Sevan
■ah, Miami, Tampa, St. PN* r# '
borg.
107—7:86 P. M. for Raleigh. Ha®
let. Savannah, Ja*'k*on*lU«
Miami, Tampa, St fetertbun
Atlanta, Birmingham.
5—1:26 A. M. for Atlanta. » lnn ‘
higham, Memphis.
For information call ®“ **• *'
Pleasants DFA., Baldgh. V
or M C* Capps, TA , Ueo4**»-
N. C.

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