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WARNS DEMOCRATS OF STATE AGAINST OVER CONFIDENCE (CDtllWd mu Ftp O**, up to tIM day of thx elec tion." Quito a number of reports have !>••» coming into Democratic head quarters here to the effect that the Republicans are purposely soft-pedal ing their campaign activities in the •pen in a deliberate effort to build up over-confidence in the Dcmucratlc rank* In the State, but that they are conducting an intensive “under cover" campaign For, while most of the Re jUblican leaders frankly admit they have little or no chance of carrying 'lorth Carolina for Hoover, a good uany of them do believe they have t chance to elect Jake Newell senator /er Robert R. Reynolds, the Demo cratic candidate, in spite of the In catlons that Reynolds will lead the amocratic ticket. They also believe tey have a good chance to elect a amber of State senators and repre atatives to the General Assembly. “There is no doubt the Republicans s putting on an intensive campaign \ the suiet and tha tthey are bank- NOTICE OF PUBLICATION In Superior Court NORTH CAROLINA: » ANCE COUNTY: Lrta Mom, Plaintiff, > Vs. . W. Beck, J. W. Beck. Jr., Annie Lea Beck, Florence Beck. Lillian Book Delaney. at«l her husband, E. L. Delaney. Clara Beck Marshall and her husband, C. F. Marshall, and May Beck Sadies* and her husband C. Boone Sadler, and J. P. Zolii costar. Trustee, Defendants. Tbs dcßmdanft*. Lilian Beck De irsey and her husband. E. L. Delaney Jlstra Beck Marshall and her husband. 2. F. Marshall, and May Beck Sadies and her husband, C. Boone Sadler, win take notice that an action entitled as above has been commenced in the Court of Vance Counity, N. C., for the purpose of setting a*ddf certain drtede to real eotabe executed by J. W. Beck and wife to the defend ants, and that the said defendants wil' further take notice that they are re quired to appear at the office of the Chrk of the Superior Court of Vana County, in the Court House In Hender son, N. C., an ISth of November. 193: end answer or demur to the complain of the said action or the plaintiff wil apply to the court for relief demand ed in said complaint. This the 13th day of October. 1932 HENRY PERRY. Clerk Superior Court of Vance County R. S. McCoin A B. S. Royster, Attorneys for Plaintiff. NOTICE or EXECITO ILS~ SALE OF REAL ESTATE By virtue of pow**r and authority i: us conferred by the will of Andrew J Perkinson- deceased, which wi* is duly probated, and recorded in t.fc» office of the Clerk of the Superlo* Court of Vance County in book D s* P»«e 437, the undersigned Executor will sell, by public auction to th« highest bidder for cash, at the Co*ar House door in Henderson, N. C., a 12 o'clock noon on Monday, Nov 7th, 1932. the following three tract* of land and gin property: Ist Tract: The old Perkinson hom> place, containing twenty five and on* half acres, and bounded by the land of Waller Perkin*on. Mary F. Thorns Betty Woodltef, Alfred Person an* Collins Creek. 2nd tract: Bfing 87.24 acres, belry the north section of the A. J. Perkin son home* place, bounded as follows Begin at a stake on S. A. L. Rail way. old Perkinson corner, and rur thence along Powell Spring Braneh, t Long Creek, thence along old chopper line across Long Creek to old Perk Inson comer, thence S 4 degrees 4 ; seconds W. 2078 feet to stake, nev corner, thouce along a chopped lin N. 82 1-2 E 841 feet to stake o* branch, thence up said branch as 1 meanders So stake near head of brand thence along chopped lme N 72 1-' E 770 fest to small tree bn edga of S A. L. Right of Way, thence along sai right of way nearly north 992 feet t< thb place of beginning. 3rd tract: Being 125.69 acres, bein; the soutti section of the A. J. Perk Inson home place, which is describe*' as follows: Begin at a small tree or 9. A. j.. Right of Why. the sout* east corner of tract above described and run thence along said liac' ■westward, to southwest comer of sal* tract, thence nearly south, along P-*ik inson old line (chopped) 1000 feet U a stake On edge of Tabbs Creek. th«\,ct southward along the meanders of sai< creek to a stake and two large Bird trees, the old Perkinson corner thence N. 36 degrees 50 seconds E along old chopped line 3887 feet to bis Poplar, Perkin.«x)n corner on S. A. L Right of way, thence N. 9 alont said right of way 435 feet to place of beginning. The plots to the above land will be exhibited at th<» sale. Each tract will be offered separately, and then al’ three will be offered together, and w; reserve the right *o reject all bids, ts sell any one or two or thrpe of said tracts separately, or to aell any twe tracts together, or al! three together. 4th tract: Begin at the north eas* corner of Mrs. Frances Goodson 10l run thence eastward by Speer’s Hno ? chains to of Wood Me ng th. no** Hi rs CkKxlson Hnn o r\ llnp in# hsuvfly* on t*» o*w oonffttence of the Democrats," Sald kayor Ear) Ho* ner, of Burlington, Who ' was here , Thursday. “Those who think the Re publicans are not going te fight or have stopf>ed fighting are very much mistaken. They are still going to try to slip up from the rear at the last minute and make a big showing. “This means that every Democrat In North Carolina has got to keep on working and fighting right up to the last minute before the election, if the State Is going to make the good show ing for Rooeevek and the Democratic ticket that it should.'’ It la true thet both the Literary Digest straw vote poll as well as the poll conducted by the afternoon news papers of the State are showing a tre mendous swing to Roosevelt and the entire Democratic ticket. In fact, the outlook Is so good for the Democrats that the leaders axe beginning to wor ry because the situation looks almost too good. It ia also agreed that there are still thousands es votes in the State that are still uncertain and dif ficult to anayse. According 4> all external indica tions, prohibition ia not an issue in the present campaign and will not he, ’ in spite of he efforts of Jake Newell, the Republican candidate for the Sen ate to make it an issue and to get the votes of the “dry” Democrats. The Democratic speakers are Ignoring the jrohibition question, on the grounds hat it Is not an issue, although many hink it is because they purposely arant to keep it in the background as much as possible. Yet many of the Democratic leaders privately agree hat it is impossible to tell how the iyed-in-the-wool “dry” Democrats are roing to vote, despite the fact that he national platforms of both par * ies are about equally “wet." As a result Chairman Winborne and ill his organization are convinced that ■ternal vlgilence and constant ac ivity must be the slogan of the cam >aign and that the Democrats must ake no chances on anything if they ire to get out the vote they hope to on November 8. Sees Hog Feeding Paying Business For Tfiis Winter Raleigh, Oct. IS. —(AP) —The North ’arolina farmer who has a good crop f corn harvested may find hog-feed ng a paying proposition this winter, ue to the shortage eof pork in stor ge. W. W. Shay, swine extension spe l&list at N. C. State College, said xiay, but present prices for hogs pro ably will not pay for corn which has ) be shipped into the State from oth r sections. With North Carolina having a gen rally short corn crop, Shay said, the *estern farmer in the so-called com elt has one of the best crops since 125. This will enable them to feed be rally and cheaply, to such an ex tthat Tar Heel farmers wilt hard / be able to competee. Shay said that pork held in stor ge as of September 1 is about three er cent less than on September 1, 931, and over 14 per cent below the verage of five years for the same ate. Holdings were nearly 12 per ent less on September 1 this year han they were one month* earlier, •tocker and feeder shipments were 1 per cent less in July this year than uring the same month last year, or or the average of five years. NSURANCE RULING HELD IN ABEYANCE (Continued from Page one.) iave not lost any money under the resent rates. Those on the inside of insurance ircles maintain that the present ef iTt to get highep rates is really a onteet between the sockt and mutual ompanies, with the stock companies tying to get a higher rate that will fford them more protection. It Is ointed out that it does not make tuch difference how high a rate the mtual companies charge, since the -rofits in these companies are pro ated back to the Mvidenda, reducing their Ipremiqmß •ccordingly. It is also pointed out that he mutual companies carefully select heir risks and do not bdh#Kdlih "the o-called “small” policy holders. Con equently the stock companies must ake this other business and at great ■r risk. The Duchy of Luxemburg has a orce of some 100 police and an arna nental army of 250.' ELECTION NOTICE Mr. C. M. Cooper, Jr., Registraf >f East Henderson precinct being ab ‘ ent from the county on tobacco mar ket. Jesse B. Matthews is hereby ap jointed Registrar for East Henderson • irecinct In the place and stead of ! 0. M. Cooper, Jr. . This the Bfth day of Oct., A. D., 19SS J. H. BRIDGERS, i Chairman County Board of Elections, Round Trip Week-End Fares HENDERSON TO Richmond #1 CA Portsraonth-Norfolk ▼ + aiWI Tickets sold trams Fridays, Saturdays, and morning train* Sundays during October, Novem her and December 2 3 1. Tickets limited returiiing prior to midnight followng Tuesday. Baggage checked, stopovers al lowed. Honored in pnllman oars upon payment of pnllman. fare. * For Information See Agent Seaboard ■ong said une ■ginning, con ■ of an acre. on which ■just east of building then HINDERSON, IN. C,J DAJLY DISPATCH. FRIDAY,"OC&BER 14, NEGRO IS'KILLED ; ALMOST INSTANTLY Wo* Struck Bg Ant* Authority Hold Driver No* Rcopoudbl* For Accident Ncchno, Odt. 14 —While driving down the highway, uart. South of Ridgeway Wednesday night about 8:30 Mr. Frank Stegall struck Reeater Suit negro man, add killed hfm al most intently. Sheriff PfcvnWH and coroner Allen wens'notifflted of the accident and aft er an twvesftgaWan. rendered the de cision that it was an unavoidable ac ctdfWt and-that Stegall was not held responsible for the kkUkng. It appears tTwt Sfcegatl was driving dowes the highway towards Hender eoti and was meeting truck that whs foMeeori ckoely beh-hnd by an auto mrikile sod es tie pawned the truck the negro stepped in front of the SU'- gak car and was hit with the fatal result. NEW HIGHWAY JOBS PUT AT $900,000 <Oo”tlnued from Page One.) bridge and approaches at White Oak river, on route 24. 3891 Onslow county, 1.58 miles grad ing on route 243 from interesetion with route 24 to Swansboro. 4400 Harnett and Cumberland coun ties, 17.18, miles of bituminous sur facing on route 219 from Lillington to Manchester. 4670 Person county, bituminous sur facing of. 8.21 miles on route 48 from interesetion with route 144 toward the Caswell county line. 4010 Warren county, widening of a curve on* route 48 involving .07 mileof concrete road. 5170 Davidson, Rowan and Stanly counties, 3.29 miles of grading for ap proaches of Yadkin river bridge on route 62 687 Stapiy county, 3.89 miles of grad ing for approaches of Yadkin river bridge ox , route 62. 8225 Cleveland county, topsoil and grading hf 5.78 miles on route 215 from Kings Mountain to the South Carolina line. 9251 Cigy county, traffic bound ma ; cad am sujpface on 7.52 miles of route 28 from with route 287 toward the Macon line. 9620 Jackson county, traffic bound macadam' surf see and bridge on 5.27 miles of route 106 between Webster Cullowhee. 9686 Macon county, 9.08 miles of traffic botlnd macadam on t-oute 28 from Franklin toward Hayesville. 9668 Macon county, 6.49 miles of traffic bofend macadam on route 28 from the end of project 9665. Tartu, - Estonia, with a population of less than 70,000, has a university with mof* than 4,000 students. WA* TWO STEPS TOWARD I Residential - ECONOMY ■ The installation of an Electric Range entitles I *> » ■ you to the first step of the low Combination rate. All the energy used in the home is re- I corded through one meter and the cost of every I Hnß&pFsfl kilowatt hour consumed is materially reduced. I ■ ’ [This means that a more general use of all ap~ H pliances may be made for less money. It I |H * mI means lower cost refrigeration, more light, ■ , Hbl more frequent use of the radio of electric iron, I SHY HI and more cooking and CLEAN cooking for I , less than your present costs fgr Hn&sd or in- ■ ’ H-... a, .?. ' v , * , _ ** * ■ When a Water Hesir W installed along with an ■ Let us tell yen what tha application of this rate Electric Range or where the Range » already I I in your home will,,mean in savings to you— in use, the unit cost of all energy used goes B B No' obligation will be incurred. down even further. A customer who has an B I ?v 1 , kitchen, or a Refrigerator-Range- - B *> | : - ’’ aj . ™ atcr J co is in position to en- B CAftOUNAPOWISfcIIGHyOOMftUfy joy tke »k.t Ud in «kUfactory 1 * comiimtion IISVI c. t_.A at « service. A Water Heater without th# ■ \ZVI ; d 8 * has tha am* effect upon the rate as a B Ibnge without the Water Heater. a-- «*'*.*-. , :•» - V *J ■ • i .•' :« ' ! I ’ t The Home and the Coming Generation THE WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Che gotoea Head. BSki df a • JzjbSl* Train up a child in the way he should go, and even when he is old he will oot u.part from it.—Prov. 22:6. (The International Uniform Sunday Bchool Less9n on th ft above topic is Gen. 18:17-19; Deut. 6:4-9; I Sam. 1:24- 28; Mark 10:13-16; II Tim. 1:3-6, the Golden Text being Prov. 22:6, “Train up a child In the way he should go, and even when he is old he will not A’l &rt frem it. ’ By DR. ALVIN E. BELL. In the Old Testament as In the New Testament, the church as as the home has always be-n child-centered iu Its interest and program. When Jes\!s “took a little child and set him in the midst of them” to teach his dis ciples a lesson he p&Miteri a picture of both the ideal home and the ideal church, for it is God’s plan that Christ and the child should be central in both home and church. The characteristic of Abraham which led God to chooee him for a great work was not only Abraham’s personal faith, but God’s assurance that he would perpetuae thatt faith through his children to countless gen erations. This is the significance of God’s saying concerning Abraham: “For I have known him, to the end that he may command his children and his household after him, that they may keep the way of Jehovah, to do righteousness and justice.” If our posterity ever is to sing of us, “Faith of our fathers, living still,” we must so live and teach that faith before our children as as to instill it unto them from earliest infancy. The sincere milk of the word of God Is as necessary and as nourishing to their souls as their mother’s milk is to their bodies even from infancy. Paul speaks to Timothy of such a heritage of faith as “the unfeigned faith that is in thee, which dwelt first in thy grandmother Lois, and thy mother Eunice.” The Home a Bible School. God’s plan is that the home should be the child’s first and best Bible school. The word of God is first to be upon the parents’ hearts and then by thrtn to be instilled into their chil dren’s hearts. “These words which I command thee this day, shall be up on thy heart, and thou shatt teach them diligently unto thy children, and eb*R talk at them when- 9be4jrittmt llTtliy house, afrit when tlwC whlkmt )g the way, sad when thou Mtet down, *jtd when thou riaest up.” The home aa a divine institution ia eHtP than the church, and it ia not Cod's will that its responsibilities he g ||irt«A to the church or state. In the matter of inculcating religion, aa ounce at father or mother in the home is worth a pound of clergy in the pul pit. God has given the heme a tre mendous handicap over tfee world of evil in the impressionable nature of the child during those earliest years when the home has its complete con trol and constant companionship. Therefore, his promise is, “Train up a child in*the way he should go, and even when he is old he will not depart from It.” «Os Such Ia the Kingdom” Our Lord's interest in and care for the children of our homes asserted it self repeatedly In his ministry. He was never so busy with adults as to slight the interest of the little ones about him. Instead of expecting them to come up to adult standards he de manded that adults come down to the level of the child. “Suffer the little children to come unto me; forbid them not; for to auch belongeth the Kingdom of God. Verily I say unto you. Whosoever shall not receive the Kingdom of God as a little child, he shall in no wise enter therein.” Rural Churches LIBERTY CHRISTIAN. Rev. S. E. Madren, pastor. Service Saturday afternoon at 3 o’clock. Theme: “The Ordinary Man in the Church.” Following this ser vice there will be the regular quar terly meeting at which time the church will elect new officers for the coming year and close the business for the preceding one. Sunday: Sunday school at 10 a. m. Church service at 11:30 a. m. Theme “The Lovely Christ.” Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m. The public is cordially i&vited to any and ail of these services. MIDLEBURG M. E. Rev. P. D. Woodall, pastor. There will be Rally Day at Shocco church next Sunday. Sunday school at the usual hour. Sermon at 11 a. m. by the pastor, subject, “Broken Ships That Never Reach Their Ports.” This will be followed by dinner on the ground. From 1 to 2 p. m. the Sun day school will have a round table discussion, with special music. At 3 p. m. there will be preaching at Cokesbury. The subject will be, “Is It God’s Will That Any Person Should Perish With Hunger.” At Drewry at 7:30 p. m. there will be a sermon on the subject, “Has the Bank of Heaven Failed” A cordial invitation is extended to the public generally to all these ser vices. CARY’S BAPTIST. Nev. Tfc B. Rea via, pastor *-* Sunday school at lu oc «4it h ’ Adcock, superintendent h Church service at 11 o’clock * ► ing by the pastor. p <ach . Topic: “Ood’s Minority verm, n Majority.” Us Devi *« Special music by Wake Fore.t on. tat and a solo, “My Task r , v W. C. Poe. D> *‘ lr s B. Y, P. U. at 6 30 o'clock The public is cordially iuwa attend. 3 T ° 666 LIQUID - TABLETS - SALVE Checks Malaria In 3 days, C *qd s j lrit day. Headaches or Neuralgia tn so minutes. 666 BALVE for HEAD COLDB Most Speedy Remedies Known. W. H. Boyd ~ Registered Engineer and Surveyor Office in Law Building Office Phone 198 Home Phone It) D*. R. H. Patterson Bpt Sigto Sfttnsiist Bixdbbsos, N O. No 13636 TREASURY DEPARTMENT Office of Comptroller of the Currency Washington D. C'., October 1, 193* Whereas by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned, it hui been made to appear that “FIRST Na TTONAL BANK IN HENDERSON ’ m the city of Henderson in the County of Vance and State of North Caro,ins has complied with all the provisions of the Statutes of the United St, tea, required to be complied with bcfoi < cr, association shall be authon..* J to commence the business of Bank. hr; Now therefore I, F. G. Await, act ing ComptroMer erf the Currency, do •hereby certify that “FIRST NATION. AL BANK IN HENDERSON ' in oily of Henderson in County of Vanr e anil State of North Carolina is authoikad to commence the business of banking as provided in Section Fifty one hun dred and sixty nine of the Revised Statutes of the United States. In testimony whereof, w|tt»ps« my hand and the. Seal of office ihis first day of October, 1932. F. G. A WALT, Acting Comptroller of the Currency SEAL —of the Comptroller of the Cur rency. Currency Bureau. Treasury t Department.