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KmERMUIYOMCH IrtiMhM A—« I*. 1»14. f«MIMw4 >wt Atttiw BtMpt liMir By ■WDnioii diipatci oo„ no, ■I II Tm« Kw«< ■BNRT A DKNNia, Prsa. and Bdltor M. L. FIN(?H. Sec-Traas and Baa. Mr. TKLEPHONU Editorial Os lion KM •ocinty Editor Kit KuliMi Offlcn Kit Thn Henderson Dally Dispatch la a Member of thn Aaaoclatnd Prnaa, News paper Enterprise Aaaociatlon, South «rn Nnwapnpar Publishers Aaaoolatloa and the North Carolina Prnaa Assocla tlon. Thn Aaaoclatnd Prnaa la exclusively aatltlnd to uan for rnpubllcatlon all anwi dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited in thla paper, and »»ao thn local newa publlahod herein. I All rights of publication of special dlapatchea herein are alao renamed. • b’DSCMIPriON MUCKS. Payable Strictly la Alraace, pan Taar M M Three Months I.KS Par Copy .H NOTICE TO 9VNSCRIBBRS. Look at the prlntea label on your paper. The date thereon ihowa when the aubscrlptlon expires. Forward your money In ample time for re newal. Notice date on label carefully and If not correct, pleaae notify ua at once. Subscribers desiring the address an tbelr paper changed, pleaae state In their communication both the OLD and NEW address. latUail Advertising Representatives mo*T, LANDIS A KOHN Ml Park Avenue New ferk City; IK Bast Wacker Drive, Chicago; Walton building. Atlanta; Security Building. St. Louie. Catered at the poet office In Uender >n. N. C., as second claaa mall matter lb—taMSb^ August 20 SPEAK THE GOOD WORD: Heaviness in the heart of man mak- Kh It stoop; but a pood word maketh It glad. Proverbs* 12; 25. August 21 HAVE ALL GOOD: The young lions do lack, and suffer hunger: but they that seek the Lord shall not want any good thing.—Psalm 34: 10. ADVANTAGE OF NEWSPAPER. If you are not on hand to hear a radio broadcast at the moment it is given, can you “turn back” the radio and pick up the report when you want tt? No. But if you are not at liberty to read a newspaper the minute it is I Issued, the newspaper is available for your instant use at any time you want to pick It up. If an important speaker gives a statistical report over the radio can you "turn back” the radio In order to compare the speaker's closing state- AMnt with his opening statement? No, but your eye can compare the last paragraph of a newspaper’s re port of a public address with the paper's report of the speaker's open ing remarks. If you are listening to something you want to hear over the radio and neighbors drop in, can you ask them to wait until the broadcast is over, before you receive them? Or if the baby screams, or some thing boils over on the stove, can you holler at the announcer to "Wait!” while you investigate the baby or take the pot off the stove? • No, you cannot. But you can lay down your newspaper when a do mestic emergency arises. You can at tend to the duty required of you, re turn to your paper, and resume read ing where you left off. Can you file a radio talk for ref erence? Can you refer at will to in formation gained over the radio? Can you accurately quote from memory what you have just heard over the radio, even five minutes after you have heard it? No. No. NO. Dozens of nos to all these questions. The newspaper will continue to serve, as it always has served, every citizen's need for a stable source of information and knowledge. It is readily available, it may be preserved for record, it may be referred to, taken up and put down, at will. It may be glanced, at or pondered over. The section you wish may be singled out when and as you wish it. Radios were originally designed for entertainment, and as a successor to the talking machine in providing music in the home. It ably fulfills these purposes, but as an advertising media, sub a news source, it is as a breath upon the window, here this minute, then gone, forever. —Orosi Courier. TODAY TODAY'S ANNIVERSARIES 1746—Francis Asbury, pionepr Ame rican Methodiat missionary and bishop, nAo to said to bav some 800,000 miles and preached 17,000 ser- Btons, born in England. Died at Rich mond. Va .. March 31, 1816. 1786 —Valentine Mott, ine of the country's leading surgeons in his day. born on Long Islond, N. Y. Died In New York City, April 26. 1866. jffd—RenJamAn Hasrtoon. 23ed Pres ident. granheon ot the 9tt> President born at North Rend. Ohio. Died at Ihdianapolls. lfarch 13. 1901. 1834 Christine Nilsson, wortd fpmous Swedish singer, bom. Died Hov 22. 1821. IB6o—Frederick N. SooSt, interna tional fy-knosm American college pro faasor and phAkdogtot, bom a t* Trere Haute, lad. Died at SaSn Diego, Cal. Mag 29, 1921. TODAY IN HISTORY 115*—St. Bernard of France, one of the greatert of medieval mystics and preachers, died. 1823—(Marco Bozsaris, famous Greek patriot, teilted. 1912 —WiUbun Booth, founder of the Salvation Army, died. TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS Representative Henry T. Rainey of IB tools. Democrat* majority leader in the Houses, born at OanroUton, 111. 72 years agoo. Edgar A. Guest, celebrated Detroit poet, born in England, 61 years ago. J. Herbert Case, noted New York City banker, born alt Elisabeth, N. J., 60 years ago. Gilchrist B. Stockton of Florida, U. S. Minister to Austria, bom at Jacksonville, Fls., 42 years ago. Arthur P. Rugg, Chief Jwttce of the Supreme Judicial Court of Mas sachusetts, born In Stereling, Mass., 70 years ago. Julia Sanderson, actress and singer, bora at Springfield, Mass., 48 years ago. TODAYS HOROSCOPE Executive without being construc tive; capable in emergencies and abe and ready at all times, the fortunes of this pereon ought to be fairly good. If care is taken to train the mhid in propef directions, success in modvate degrees should be attained. Seek al ways to avoid quarrels and do not al low yoursekf to be in opposi tion . OLD NORTH STATE GRANGE INCREASING Chapters Being Organized At The Rate of One A Day Says W. K. Scott Raieigh, Aug. 20 (AP) New Granges are being organised in North Carolina at present at the rate of about one each day and this pace will be maintained until the close of the Grange year on September 30, W. Kerr Scott, master of the North Caro lina Grange, has reported to the na tional headquarters. At Lexington recently, said Mr. Scott, 69 candidates took the 6th de gree and 50 others will be ready for that degree by early October. Davidson county is leading in Grange work, Mr. Scott said. There are eight degree teams in the county and eleven new subordinate Granges have been organized within the last six months. Total membership now stands at 700 persons and new mem bers are joining at each meeting. P. M. Hendricks, county farm agent, heads the county organization. Mr. Scott said the Grange's 6th de gree will confer this degree alt the State farmers’ convention at N. C. State College on August 31 and or September 1 a large class will be in itiated at Hillsboro in Orange county by the same team. An itinerary is now being planned to confer the fttth degree in about 15 coun ties before the National Grange meets in Winstom-Salem in November. Those receiving the oth degree will them have the privilege of ge'ting the famous 7th degree at the National meeting. It is conferred at no other place and at no other time, the Grange master said . Among recent initiates for the sth degree was J. Walter Lambeth, con gressman of the eighth North Caro lina district. Mr. Lambeth has ap plied for the <Wh degree and plans to take the seventh at Winston-Salem on November 18 during the National meeting. Ehringhaus Gets Orders To Move From Manteo Hotel Goldsboro, Aug. 20 (AP) —The “sidelights" column of the Goldsboro News-Argus tells how governor?-nom inate J. C. B. Ehringhaus was order ed out of a hotel in Manteo recently. Says "Sidelights”: “I saw J. C. B. Ehringhaus. the soon-ho-be governor of North Caro lina, get ordered out of the lobby of the Tranquail house at Manteo the other day. The incident created quite a stir in the Roanoke Island capital. “Go. get out.” was the order given Blucher, even though <he was using his modt dazzikng Smile. A stamping foot accompanied the order. Conver sation died down throughout the room as people turned to see what ‘the out- /(oshNw^kuu- DEAN. NOAk» WHEN a Bridget played makes A <SiCANI> Does THE TABLE COLLAPSE ? MRS E.L.. BURNS, Tolsd^o. DEARnqah* Does ones hair have ecsße-nßicrrr BcCAUSE- IT ATTACHED TO A DRV CC4.L.7 MRS R.C. yrsrp»i«MS / gAftUNSTtoI, ter, NWPf IS THB? 71MI WHEMALL NUMSKULLS WRITS NOAH HENDEESON, Xtoc.;) DAILY MSPft’fCtt %ATURDAY. AttaUSfßo, 1988 As Lancaster Mearci/'Not mm wSSt : XJ - •. fii. ||| l M . „ «/* Blr” g ' a • Captain William Lancaster (left), British aviator, is shown with on« of his attorneys in Miami. Fla., court as he heard the jury acquit him of the charge of slaying Haden Clarke, author, at the home of Mrs. Keith- Miller. British woman flier, for whose affections the men were rivals. The verdict was received with wild acclaim by the women who had thronged the court during the trial. Price Advance Justified, But Employment Big Item Furnishing of Jobs Is Keystone to Prosperity, Babson De. dares; Crop Price Gains Past 60 Days Have Add. ed Billion Dollars to Farm Incomes BY ROGER W. BABSON. . Copyright 1933, Publishers Fin ancial Bureau. Babson Park, MtLss., Aug. 2Q. —The sharp price advance of stocks and commodities during the past thirty days is justified. Practically every thing is worth at least what it is now selling for. The markets had been severely over-contracted and cver-de fl.Ved, and the rise merely cancels former extrefei of dof’s ion will be reactions, of course, but prices are now more nearly in line with real values. However, to maintain and continue the advance there must be an increase in earnings. Tha* in turn depends on an increase in purchasing power, which in turn depends ab solutely on a gain in employment. Hence, people Interested in the rise in stocks and commodities, should get behind the movement to i ul men back to work. Increased employment is the check that must be put under the wheels of this advance to prevent it from slipping back down bill, and to maintain further progress. Employment Kevstono of Pmpertiy. I have main*** ,ed right aiong that the depression hid become 95 per ceu psychological; that tlie necessary li quidation was prncticaliy completed; and that prices would advance very sharply and extensively on a change in sentiment. I now maintain that having got the initial rise we must sustain it by increasing public pur chasing power. The way to do that is to take on more workers. There are normally from 2,000,000 to .000,000 un employed. or about 5 per cent of the total workers. The abnormally unem ployed, due to the depression, is about 15 per cent. If every employer would add 1 per cent a month to his force we would have full normal employ ment in fifteen months. That would be the strongest kind of basis for real prosperity. I Our whole industrial life is geared to mass production and mass distri- I bution. It ts the income of the masses and their buying power that deter mine our prosperity. While the rise in security prices heffcs the buying power of the well-to-do, the big stimu lus to trade will come as more wage earners are employed and enter the buying group. I believe that better times are starting now and that re gardless of who wins the election, business should continue to get bet ter thereafter. However, a mere rise in prices without a corresponding in crease in employment would not mean prosperity. Unquestionably the price rise does stimulate buying, but we need a conscious effort by everyone to increase employment in order that the gain in prices and th© improve ment in sentiment shall be translat ed Into a solid increase in business. Farm Incomes Greatly Helped. Crop price advances of the jTast sixty days have added around a bil lion dollars to the prospective in comes of the farmers this season. This is a very strong reason for optimism. It dljrecrtJy affects About 28,000,000 people—nearly one-fifth of our total consumers. Moreover, the farmers this oome would be. "Go, go." Again came the shouted order, can non like in the quiet that had fallen on tbe room. "The command was given by Hallet S. Wferd, Jr., 2-year old of H. S. ("Hot Stuff”) Ward, Sr. Governor Ehringhuas had gone up to greet young Ward when be got the "cussing out." "Senator Ward, aged 64, was In Manfapo appearing in a civil aetton. Governor Etanghaue was on the other side W» the case. Ward, Jr., and his charming young mother “va cationed” g tha Traoqfel house while their father and husband fought hie case in court.” _ I $ . year have been holding their crops rather than sell them at ruinously low prices. Hence, they will get more of the benefit of the recent rise. Crops a3 a whole are good. Retail stores, mail-order houses, railroad traffic, farm machinery business, and many other lines should benefit from this increase. While, despite the recent rise, the price of farm products is still low compared to normal times, the recent gains add a much brighter touch to the agricultural picture. The good crops and the better out look are helping employment In the farming sections. There is not the same critical situation of idle labor that exists In the manufacturing cen ters. If Industrial leaders will only do their part by taking on wage work- I CROSS WORD PUZZLE j j- - 5 n s | . A prpn ioi it ~iitl . ~f~i ~ T -JZ kl—'S1 — ST 7^-25 —« : “ zf'Z'S ”35~ ~ “* 3$ %% TT “"51 ~VS *T|25 rnmmmmmmm mmmmm* ■■Mihii i •whmm mmmmmmtm ■ A mrnammmm rnmmmmmm Htai wn mm mmmmamm At Hi Hi -3. m 43 b\ — r =>2. S 3 W *55 t? " _ TT I I I I I I IHjI I I I I I « ACROSS I—One1 —One who undermine* 7—Frothed 13— Pong bird 1 If—C'ord ! I*—'toured word of the Hlndu» - jr„T-nti! (poetic) s 17—A fruit • I"—At -ve 19 —Capture suddenly 21—Quotes 23 Commotion 24 — Buildings 26 Pastries 27 Clerical collar 28— Slander 30 —Scatter for drying 12—Goddess of the dawn 33—Arched promenade " *7 —Browned bread 41—True 12—Hanger-on 14— Fit 45 —Bundle of sticks ■ 46— Furnish with a crew i 47—Have being 48 —Conflict t 49—To assist 51— Toward 53 —To notch , 54— Lodger m 56—Makes reparation > 57—Makes a grimace of contempt DOWN 1 I—Earlier1 —Earlier 2 Armgd fleet 3 To jumble type , 4— Poker term s— Drew out ! 6—Antique \ T—Stratagem Iw&riai ?. 1 I^* ers as rapidly as possible, even tho ugh the rate of wages has to be lower to do it, the improvement which has eo obviously begun In the agricultural West will rapidly be carried over into the industrial East. How To Hasten the Reconstruction. I After three years of severe depres | sion, the yhoie business and financial structure is thoroughly deflated and under-produced. The strong and sus tained price rise of recent weeks em phasize that the turn has been passed and that we are in the reconstruction period. To conserve gains already made and hasten reconstruction on a sound basis, let every one cooperate to give or find employment for that unfortunate 15 per cent, whose lack of buying power is holding in check the recovery in business. This is not only a matter of' business welfare; it is a high Christian duty to our fel lowmen. Business as estimated by the Bab sonohart Is 23 per cent below a year ago. 9—l,aw 10—Musical note 11 —Miifdcal studies 12—Deprive of office 20—Baby’s garment 22 Chinese shrub 23 Ventilate 25 Mortal 26 — Mexican dollars 29—A drink 31— Leaves 33 Astatic country 34 Rue 35 Spiteful woman 86—Sink down 88—Point 19 —Old Grecian gold coin 40—Male singer# 4 3—Bellows 45—Temple 48—Small tumor 50—Female deer 63—Accomplish 55—Pronoun Answer to Previous Panto pwi- i Heavy Trafficl BARGAIN FARES September 3 / No. Days Ticket* Limited Atlanta 5 $11.75 Chattanooga 6 13.75 Birmingham 6 13.75 New Orleans 10 26.75 Savannah 10 10.00 Jacksonville 10 15.00 Tampa T 10 22.50 Miami 10 25.00 Havana 10 40.75 And Return Reduced Pullman Rates ' Rates To Many Other Florida And Golf Coast Points Attractive Optional Routes In Florida For, Information See Ticket Agent H. E. PLEASANTS, DPA, 565 Odd Fellows Bldg., Raleigh, N. C. Seaboard AtYkUtt muamav ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE I have Ihis day qualified as admin istrator of the estate of Frank Wor tham Sr., (ate of Vance County, North Carolina, and tills Is to notify ail persons having claims against the estate to present them to the under signed on or before the 13th day of August. 1933, or this notice ,may be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to the estate of salt} deceased will please make immedi ate settlement. This 13th day of August, 1932. J. B. WORTHAM, Administrator of estate of FRANK WORTHAM, Sr. A. A. BUNN. Attorney. FORECLOSURE SALE By virtue of authority contained in that certain Deed of executed by George Clark and wife, SalUe Clark, recorded in the office of the register of deeds of Vance County in book 162 at page 501, default having East Coast Stages The Short Line System Special Rates for Tobacco Curers Going to Canada For Your Convenience Going North Ride the Bus — Convenient, . Quick, Clean, Comfortable and Cheap ALL TICKETS GOOD UNTIL USED * Frtm ttsKUpwiaf * BATKfI To BUFFALO DELHI BIMOCO DETROIT One Round Jne Round One Round One R £,uod Way Trip Way Tr*> Why Trip Way l* s * HENDERSON, N. C. 15.65 21.60 18.00 28.86 18.65 27.85 17.50 26 26 NORUNA, N. C. 16.10 26.66 18.86 27.65 18.00 27.00 17 50 20 SOUTH HHA* VA. 14.78 81.40 17.60 36.75 17.15 25.75 17 50 26- 35 . . BUSES LEAVE DAILY RUNNING TIME: 25 Honrs Durham or Raleigh to Buffalo The Kart Coach Stages has put these rates % ettect especially f * b«naflt of the tobacco curers who are going to Canada. • . *id» IUT COAST STACHS tiu Cheapeit and t£ « SMUmtlMto-Phnu, jU bee n made in the payment of ?ne debt therein secured, at the request of the holder of the note, I shall sell by pub lic auction to the highest bidder fur cash, at the courthouse door in Hen derson, N. C., at twelve o’clock n - u on Tuesday, the 6th day of Septem ber, 1932, the following described pro perty: “Being lots Nos, 11 and 12 a., de scribed in deed of record in the of fice of the Register of Deeds of Vance County in Book 89. jwg* 514. v, which deed reference is made fr further description, it bemc Hie sa,*n« k><s Nos. 11 and 12 in Block No 8 of the I. J. Young property a* shown on plat In Book 65. n> page in the Register of Deed* offico of Vance County, and fronting 125 fee: on Fort Stredt and 80 feet on Elsie Street. For further desenpf ion deed dated April 17. 1931, from T S> Klttrell' Commissioner, to Oorge Clark and Sallie Clark, his wife. ; n rhe office of the Register of Deeds of Vance County." This the 4th day of August. 1932. T. P. GHOLSON, Trustee FORECLOSURE SALE By virtue of une power contained ic a dead of trust executed by Lena Mini* Hill and husband, Claud Hill, record ed in the office of the Register of Deeds of Vance County, in book It*! at page 153, default haring bren mat in the payment of the debt therein secured, on request of the hoidf-r of the same, I shall sell for rash by pub lic auction at the courthouse door in Henderson. North Ganelina, to highest bidder on Wednesday, the 31«: day of August. 1932. at twelve o’clock M. the following described real pro perty: “Begin at a stone on Robinson Street. Ed Turner corner, begin 47 fee’ from the edge of Kattrell Street ?• run thence along his line N. 88 W. 190 feet to Turner corner on an old from the edge of Kittrell Street, and thence S. 9 W. about 82 1-2 feet to a pin, Kelly corner; thence along K **!!>’ line S. 88 E. about 170 feet to Kelly Comer on Robinson Street: th<>nr« along said Street, North 4 East 93 fe»i to place of beginning. See deed ”> Lena Mhra from S. G. Kelly and wife, recorded in the Register of Deeds office of Vance County. Book 134, page 167, for a more accu rate description. J. M. PEACE. Trustee Thta 29th day of July. 1»32.