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i- AKr.ILKS STAGE PARADE AS GOVERNORS CONFER- - 1 " 1 m n«f lift ■KSNMHHIX3»P^3iHEMt>. * KiriW ' jipnL Lai, a - yj^Pllbv JB&m*' Bb ■ v &£&>!«'' KL' £ JHral mm/MJKBm ■ t "flllWMp JBfe B&TuHI m. N JHK M h Aa governors and their rcpresen tetive* of nine middle-western ■tatea gathered at Sioux City, la., for the purpose of deciding on concerted action to effect immedi ate farm relief, more than 5,000 farmers paraded through the streets of Sioux City in protect •gainst low prices for farm prod ucts and oppressive econor»*ic con DID YOU KNOW? -- - By R. J. Scott \ aboriginal races op Siberia filaf i HHSPff still practice shamanism, apormofi nif ’MHVI ||Bny| SPIRIT WORSHIP, AND SAID To BE ONE of 1 7/ff ißMmm OLDEST RELIQ IONS in "THE WORLD - j\j rfiMl IIHPB\ImIBBT INIfeiiOOURSE WITH <HE SUPERNATURAL POWERS iPftlfßn •fe-IMEItiNE OP DRUM BEATS - SUSPENDED ON wfM OUTER GARMENT ARE SMALL BELLS/ RusTy nails, copper coins , meTAI rubbish, mSfjl v .Aigyenge riy LES FORGRAVE there to AtocrcvACß o>e op |‘ i kki! i ll; make ' [ tuerh KSOvO fIF vou'Re AHWf /J/ t,l IBKBJjpS HEvJ C^TH! lookit* POR M 6 fO V<AOt lH THO ■ THEN I CAN GO- !?(• £9l QtTGE fU*TU M's WW I if t CL ! I'VE CAI)<SMT the cumps—lucky t&wnsehd (PjUIN*END XANC.ER- I OFTER NlfaHT [^ MtNRiETTA. WOMBER4 ** WE Ow BE ditions. Above is a view of the parade; at top, the governors’ conference—left to right, front row, Gov. Warren E. Green of South Dakota; Gov. George Shafer of North Dakota; Gov. Dan Turner of lowa, and Gov. Floyd B. Olson of Minnesota; be low, back row, L. T. Olroyd, rep resenting Gov. A. NL Clark of HENDERSON, (N.C,) DAILY DISPATCH FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1931 ’ Wyoming; Melvin Reis, represent* ing Gov. Phillip La Follette of Wisconsin; T. S. Allen, represent ing Gov. Charles Bryan of Ne braska ; Earl H. Haneficld, repre senting Gov. George White o' Ohio; Ira Mifchcll, representing Gov. William Murray of Okla homa, and M. Q. Sharpe, attorney general of South Dakota, DID YOU KNOW? -- - By £* J. Scott I ■ bjlit by C.nti.l Fy„ -A. -T‘,; , ;: gi OCXS THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY THREE MEN FAINTED WHEN THEIIt WIVES I SCORED PERFECT HITS IN THE SKILLET TOSSING CONTEST AT THE OLD HOMS TOWM OLYMPICS TP DAT 0 ipt'Li«w.gu>i» c«tni ?w Dispatch WANT ads Get Results CABBAGE PLANTS? - 7;„ * thousand. Po* pa.d \ar! i* KR Co., Varina, N. C. ** !, * r ‘ FUU. DINE OF QUALITY jjpV.~. at reasonable prices a. s „ t ‘, 5 ’ meats and grocer;,*. fian *.a rv Market in old Miies Phattm. t y l>v;' TOBACCO FARMERS USE 0 newapaper* lu store you, iur bacoo on. Get them at t ? . e b ' Diepatch office for 10c p*-: our _J /' FOR BARGAINS IN Fht’i~< produce visit Vante p,„ U l ' le ,‘ n ° pany, 115 N. Garnett Sn«. r - N ,''_ also buy chickens and li-,.. IT’S FUN TO SWITCH TO A < W ,T and-span rvew fall ha; v,r*n have a full line of new f a i. to choose from Manory hat” J. cravenetted to resist iu u ,i' u ~ p , " , $3 50 and 35.00. the lowest pn. r > .. years. Tucker Clothing Co u-i„ BRUNSWICK STEW SATURDAY and Sunday, 30c per quau R-,;,. p Harris. Norlina Road. lc .j, DON'T FORGET MAVIS MOTOR Oll’a for your cars, jut-? as money can buy, regai.ii rat u price. Sold under a guatan;e t 0 ,... 11c quart, at 847 Garnett Mieet ’ FOR RENT APARTMENT PRj vate entrance, steam heat, hut ar.a cold water, hardwood fluers *r.j garage. Phone 38. 5 eoo t» STENOGRAPHER DESIRES PER manent or temporary position Gen eral office work desired Actuia.e fast and willing worker. years experience. Excellent re ferences. Address, "Stenographer, Care Dispatch. ;* FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN l room house on Clark Stieet c. 115 S. William Street for mfui,,.. t4on. 16-Pi COAL, GOOD COAL- LET US FILL up your bin now while it is it will be higher after weather gets cold We have a full stock reecy for you at right price Quaiuy and weight guaranteed. Phone 15? Hight’a Coal and Wood Yard l?4-eod ts FOR RENT-SMALL FURNISHED apartment, steam hea'ed eve.v mco em convenience. Very suitable couple, garage rent reasonable l»i Young Ave. Phone 672-VV. V,-.* BELIEVE IT OR NOT DAY BY day In every way more and more people are learning about the mm:* of our khop. Meet your friend? here. AHett'a Barber .Shop Thurs-Frl. ts KLING BROTHERS CUSTOM TAIL oring line for fall now' on display Fine all wool fabrics made to you: individual measure and a fr e .it anteed, $17.50. A full rang.- of i.tv. fall patterns await your inspericn Tucker Clothing Co. H i»r,d It ROOM FOR RENT- STEAM HEAT ed and private bath. One ~r ta'j men only. Apply apartment one TTre Btonewall. 215 Younst Air phone 535 or 215-J. Frt-tf GROCERY STOKES. FISH DEAL? era and markets save on youi v".p plpg paper. Use old newspsperr- Get a big bundle at the Daily Di patch office foj lDc. 2i-d NOTICE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF VANCE Having qualified as admim.-tra ’V of the estate of W. T. Coghili. d*' ceased, late of the County of Van"* State of North Carolina, this is :n notify alt persons having claims against tlhe estate of the said deceas ed to exhibit them to the undersigned at Henderson, N. C. on or ,h ‘ 19th day of August. 1933. or th-- r.M.ee will be pleaded in bar of th**;r recov ery. All persons indebted to said es tate will please make imtr.cuia'e p«y* men*. This the 19th day of August 1932 A. WADDELL GHOLSON. JP Administrator estate cf W. T. COGHILL SEABOARD AIR UNE RAILWAY TRAINS LEAVE HENDERSON AS FOLLOWS No. NORTHBOUND IAS .»4» A. ML for Richmond „ Woahlnfton | New York, connect Mr at Norltnn with No. if M rivtnc Foriwnouth-Niorfolk U M F. M. with parlor-dining car aer |—S:gf p. M. for Richmond •Ml Portsmouth, Washington, YoflL Itl f-f p. M. for Richmond Washington and New York. 0—4:21 a. M. for Portamooth- Mortalk Waahirgtnn. New York. No. SOUTHBOUND If 1-4:40 A. M. fer Savannah. Jacksonville. Miami, Tampa, *»• Petersburg. M:tt P. M. fer Raleigh, San forg Hamlet, Colombia, Savan- Meh, Tampa, St, Frteia hug. UM—f:tf P. M. fer BoWgh, Hem let, Savannah, Jacksonville, Mi—a, Tampa, St. Petervbnig. i diianta, Birmingham. o—l:tt A. M. far Atlanta, Blr** ligtatY, Memphis. I Fog kformation call on ft. *• r yilfnsfl DFA. Raleigh. N. C., «r M c'Cnpp*. TA. HeoAeti-a. N* 0. '