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fO 0t *SO TO <T- T CANi APROCiO TO PAY. LOOKS ,
RMO A PLACt TO \ MKE JUST HANJETOTiE (
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1 J)ID YOU KNOW ? -- - H? R. .1. *-ott
KA.-TURAL \'Z. 5 * NCE NATIVES OF MALABAR.
K ' ,N<s George v ofenqiani
y A6 AjCHESTEffc CATHEDRA*.
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HENDERSON, (N.C.,) DAILY DISPATCH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1932
THE OLD HOME TOWN goMstree? VS. PsTent f>He» By STANLEY
¥ 1 £'// #///
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[\J, ,/A / / _ —mm
ON HIS WAY
BENDERS VINEGAR WORi<S x CAUGHT
FIRST GLIMPSE OF THOSE BEARdI
BROTHERS FROM CENTER)
0 1932 U« W Stanley t>r‘.ral Ptmi |2’.w3-'312
' D ,2 - Z> f', how Come you
no Y^sNY
BfIMHL.i
L. afflyyitf Pi/ i come from
PUNSNri ~ VArJ,A ‘ J2SA
HIGHWAY PRISONS
AREJSCIPLINED
Less and Less Trouble,
Despite Increasing Pri
son Population
11V J. C. BANK Kit V 11,1,.
Dully B«r«w,
la (hr Sir Wnltrr Hutrl.
Raleigh. Dec. 3 -In spite of a
steady increasing population, the pri
son department of the State Highway
commission is having less and less
trouble with the prisoners under its
control, according to Sam D. Scott,
superintendent of the 26 prison camps.
In answer to a letter sent to all the
superintendents of these camps, ask
ing them to state the methods they
used in handling disciplinary problems
and if they often had to report to sol
itory confinement, most of them re
plied that they had very few problems
involving discipline o r requiring more
than ordinary methods to handle.
With an average population in Nov
ember of about 4,600 prisoners, there
were only 34 escapes the entire month,
while there were 36 recaptures, Scott
pointed out, while in November last
year ther e were 59 escapes and only 38
recaptures, with a prison population
of only about 3,600. There were no
deaths ffrom any cause in November
and no prisoners were shot by guards. I
One in 1,000!
si - v
Stephen Nandor
His skull split into two parts a*
the result of an automobile ncct
dent, Stephen Nandor, 28, of
Charleroi, Pa., staked his life in
a 1,000-to-l operation and won
out. His skull, fractured in five
different places, was successfully
clamped together in a delicate
operation which attracted nation
wide attention in medical circle*.
Boston is 110 nautical miles nearer
Liverpool than Montreal.
SALE OF LAND UNDER
EXECUTION
In Superior Coart
I NORTH CAROLINA
IVANCE COUNTY.
Henry F. Michett Company
Vs.
Mrs. W. E. Wilson. (Mrs. Meme
W!1 ,on)
By virtue of an execution directed
to Ihe undersigned .Sheriff from the
Superior Court of Vrnce County in vhe
above entitled action. I will sell to the
highest bidder for cash to satisfy said
execution at. the Court house door of
said county. Monday December sth,
1932. at 12 o’clock noon, all of the
right, title and interest which the said
Mrs. W. E. Wilson (Mrs. Meme Wit.
son) th e defendant, has in the follow
ing described real estate of the late
Mrs. Henrietta Renn to wit:
Ist Lot. Beginning at a point on
the Northeasterly side of Montgomery
St. in the City of Henderson, 77 ft.
from Mrs. D. L. Parker's corner and
run i hence Northerly along said Mont,
gomery »t. 48 f;. t u Tbos. Evans’
corner; thence Northeasterly along
said Evans' line and parallel with
College St. 185 ft.; thenc e parallel
with the second line Southwesterly 185
ft. io the beginning. j
2nd Lot. Begin at an Iron stake,
Mrs. D. L. Parker’s corner o n the
Northern aide of Mo~‘.gomery St. in
a Northwestern direction (as per plat)
N. 35 3-4 W 66 feet to a stake, corner
of Mrs. A. S. Renn’s loa.; thence by
her line and at right angle to Mont
gomery St. N. 52 E 180 ft. to a stake
68 feet from Mrs. D. L. Parker’s
back corner; thence S 39 3.4 E 68 ft,
to Mrs. Farker’g corner; thence by
Mrs. Parker’s line 180 ft. to the place
of beginning on Montgomery See
deed book 98 page 422.
The defendant's interest is Suppos
ed to be a one.fourth undivided inter
est subject to the life or courtesy es
tate of A. s. Renn.
This 7ih day of November, 1982
J. E. HAMLETT.
Sheriff of Vance County.*
Dl *P*tch
WANT ads I
®** Remits I
for RENT - two" N,r,,,,.
,ih “ d connect,;,,. roo n ,/- , .. nh '-
Wau * r - l '**"*> anti :* I( . pW ; t,v ‘.
ed. Wrjie D C’n> ,r ‘“'
FOR RENT 7 SMAI i w,‘, . -'-\
nicely furnished 7.\ ' /' ,:Ti lE.\-*
suitable for r-.ii,,, r . “ '
Young A»c:iue \. t , t? v ‘
for Rent f. room Hoi;? r -.r.
Chestnut Sw e t ha!f . K »«
'Vcv. End Srho'] .\;-o , '*'*■
for rent in th? Stoi -*7 p,ir "’ fr * , «
Eric G. F!unr.3g;in T-T S .’ iv
TMK Nh KSI. ,;A'!K>T Ui ,
th«‘ «-llfil t
is h iiiHy;i/iin*. .1 t|s| ~; i| «
jrivc in.- y.nir „ fx |, T :..i
--magazine puhiUi; ~ , _
Hurt on. phone U7.
FOR RENT FIRST Fl/.OR n"
room ur.fumLshed 3 parting,
heat. garage and garden A„ n.
ern conveniences Anp v ~
G, C. Black nail. ph< r. ,w. i
\\Vd-S.i .
FOR RENT FOTlf ROOM llKsi!;'.
able apartment . -nt-< ~i w , ”
vate front and r m Mit ,, . r ,.
modern convenience- r : ,. ,
onable. Mis. R <; b,,j,|
ICE CREAM 2 F*JNTS KIILT
quality in silver packa.’-
ors November Sp-ci., \;
; Walnu with K»«-r.• r, \ -.n ~
frozen Plum Pudding R • t
I T-.
FOR RENT TWO NICELY *n : \
L-:bed connecting i* nm v» -*,
suitable for itglr ft ,. ; .
water, lights and •.■
ished. Write I) C r. r, : . i*.
livery.
CO AICO AE.roA L- -1 *llO \ E
29. Quality Coal, torre.i
weight. Prompt «1.-liv.*ry, s
11. Watkins Var»l oppc»it.-
Methodist Church. 7 if.
A MAN WITH CAR WANTED Tu
advertise our good' ai.d ii. .‘i.,
introductory package. <.,n , ; :,.
ers. Must he .satisfied w.:t. >i,
hour at .start. Wr:t- fu* ; t,.
tlcular.s. Albert Mil!- R< u'* M t
756 Monmouth. Cincir.nat: <> :**
SIOO REWARD FOP. ANY SEWIN'
machine we fail to make .v, .
fectly. Can supply par - .* f. i -
makes. Bring u> yom r< j... - w ••>
Several good recondi .oitfd j.
chines for sale, Hinder Rv •
Jlouse. 210 South \V.v
Phone J: ' !f
TOBACCO FARMERS USE OV.D
newspaDera to store your cutol t %
bacco on. Get them at the D-'-'
Dispatch office for 10c p*-r bund-
E\ r eryode roust have a traoe -*tiT t*
tiake yours PRlt'n'lNO. E* Prtr.-2»
Industry offers excepuma! wac« 1
structlon available. Mono*yp . k's ho4:l
and caF.ter, Unn-7pe, Hand romp-vittfl®
and Preaswoik ou modern tv
full Information write the fk UHERN
SCHOOL Os PRINTING at IM4 II
lORk fit., Naahvtue. I'enn.
FOKECLOSI RE >ALK
By virtue of authority c<v l--i - ; -
the under.- as irusie*- to • 1
of trust executed oy B <’ Cr. i'
and wife Corneia Cuu.d»r a: *«
corded in Book 140. Page 332 K
teter of deeds office ol Vancr < <>
default having been mack .n hr
J ment of the note therein -<rur' »i «
the requesi of the holder <d th* •>^ ,r
1 will sell by public auction for ■ >■•
at the eouithouse door -r. H'nder
scro, N. C . cf 12 o'clock on UV<u *
day the 28th day of December l'*~
the following described land.
Begin at an iron siake J P n-,r
ley’s corner on the East .- d' <H‘-
riett Cotton Mill Mr**” ai.e r*
thence along (he Ea l t .-:<!*• ■'■
street S 20 W 149 fee! lo North
.intersection of said i-trect wi’h > r«-
leading to colored c-meu-ry
corner, thence along -' : * ,m "'
street S. 55.15 E :'-9
stake A. T. Barnes *-«*rr.«-t '
with A. T. Bans s line N l r y' m ‘ ‘
86 fe<n -to iron stake, th* n» •• > 1,1
E. about 1.84 f»e- to br;«n«-;i . "*
down the branch about N I*l 1 u 1
feet to J. W. Oakley .< corner " n
with hi* line N > -9-l r > V\
the beginning See deed
Page 491, Register of d*-ed- '■*■•
Vance County.
This 25th day of Nov. lEC
A A. BI'NN Trur-e
If You Will Learn
You Can Earn
By learning to do on'* thing wf ’
your earnings and future *.
ited only by your effort. 1 J
opportunities are open for
young men and young ••
the printing industry
learn so you c*n take advance
these golden opportune* 5 -
WE OFFER A MODERN
TO TEACH AND ''***[,”
YOU FOR SCCH l’ , A( r '
Instructions given on
Monotype. Hand Compel' r.
Work and Proofreading in
ea’s outstanding nrin: nu
school.
Tuition charges and living expen
materially reduced
Write for catalog and infcrntfd
southern school of
PRINTING
V 1814-16 South Strea*
Nashville, Twin* 1 **

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