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DID YOU KNOW? - - - By R. J. Scott
How Coconut 'Tsibms ' *V
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4 NURSERY UNTiLTHEV SPROUT, jA* J»
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'HENDERSON, (N.C„> DAILY DISPATCH MONDAY, DECBMBER 5. IMS
THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY
SHEETS THE A—
FAMILY WASH ) J MEBBE THEY VE
\THIS WEEK INSTEAD J TAKEN DP "THIS '
B L STYi-Ej/^ T^T
I OF DRESS l ED, SHES
Shee-hee- J
I NOW, V Hee — C lON You,
«A,T- j f
'ED V\H)R6LEF # VJ HO DELIVERS WASHINGS
FOR HIS WIFE. MADE JUST
WISE CRACK BEFORE HIS W>FE '
KNOCKED MIM OFF THE BACK POI^CH
A srrAutzy' ' ~
' " 153£ l« tv 5U.1.1-V Ctiiiml Press 12-^-32.
terrsjf J6RBOA-
DUSERTL OR
ASIA,F>VSTE?RN EUROPE
I IfctPftwilto NORTH AFRICA, has long m
gnfiwjijwa hind le<ss, tiny forelegsANDju-yy|
LEAPS ALOIUG JUST LIKE _
F A XANGAPOP
POWER RATE CUTS
ABOUT COMPLETED
Few More Companies Re
main, Then Come Gas
and Telephone Charges
Datlr UlupKl^k
la tki> Sir Walter Hotel.
IIT .». lUtKBHVIU..
Raleigh, Dec 5. - Only a few more
details remain to be arranged with
several of the smaller power com
panies with regard to rate reductions
and t|e State Corporation Commis
sion will be through with its nego
tiations regarding power rates, Com
missioner Stanley Wlnborne said to
day This week the commission ex
pects to confer with representatives of
the Virginia Electric and Power Com
pany of Richmond, which serves most
of the cities and towns Roanoke
Rapids on east to the coast, and sev
eral fcther small companies.
The Virginia Electric and Power
t Companies has already reduced its
rates tnaterially, being one of the first
to voluntarily pot lower rates into ef
fect- It now charges seven cents per
kilowatt hour with no service charge
for residential service. The commis
sion is hopeful that this company will
he willing to make a still further re
duction in Its rates and has asked it
to do ao. The final ecision is expect
ed this week.
a&w&svussrs:
finally reached last Saturday, after
negotiation.s covering .several months.
The rates finally agreed upon are as
follows:
A minimum service charge of sl.lO
a month which include.;; 10 kilowatt
hours of electricity; 7.5 cents per
kilofatt hour for the next 40 kwh
and 5 cents per kilowatt hour, for
all in excess of 50 kwh. These rates
apply only to year round residential
users, with slightly higher rates for
seasonal users.
As soon as the commission com
pletes its agree rot ns with the electric
power companies it expects to take
up the rates of the gas and telephone
companies.
TOWNSEND TO SERVE
ONLY TO JANUARY 1
nv J IIAKKmUTLL.
Raleigh, Dec. 5. The appointment
of Judge N. A. Townsend, of Char
lotte, as a special emergency judge
is purely temporary and will not ex
tend beyond January 1, it was pointed
out here today. In fact, it is under
stood that Judge Townsend consented
to accept the appointment for the
balance of this month only on the
condition that the appointment would
not continue beyond the first of the
year.
Owing to the illness of Judge Wal
ter E. Moore* of Sylva, and the neces
sity for holding several terms of
court between now and January I, it
was necessary to have another judge
for the balance of this month, Gov
ernor O. Max Gardner pointed crut,
with the result that he asked Judge
Townaaend if he would not accept a
temporary appointment to care
of the present emergncey situations.
This Judge Townsend consented t3b
do, providing the appointment was.
purely temporary.
TRIED SECOND TIME
UPON FIRST iPEGREfc
Laurinburg. Dec. s.—(AP)—The sec
ond trial of Hezzie Avant on a charge
of first degree murder for the deaitt
of Mrs. Smiths Evans Calder, 19-year
old mother of two children, was sche
duled to begin in Scotland county su
perior court he:e today.
In his first tiial u year ago, Avapt
was convicted and sentenced to die.
The Supreme Court granted him a
new trial.
Political excitement and political
apathy are the two poles of democra
tic bad government. j
NOTICE
The property hereinafter described,
having been offered for sale on the
2nd day of December, 1932, and a b\d
having been received of $225.90, and
since an increased bid having been
made of $22.50 and the Court having
ordered a re-sale thereof: Now there
fore, under and by virtue of the ap.
thority contained in Deed of Trust,
executed by Samuel M. Hicks and
wife, January 14, 1930, Record Book
162 at Page 5. Vance Registry, and
tlie order of the Court, the under
signed will offer for sale at the court'
House Door in Vance County, at noon
on the 20th day of December, ias2, the
following described property 4
Begin at a gum tree on Bandy Creek
Hicks corner, and tub thence up
creek to ashe Tapps comer sag
a small spring branch; thence up said
branch to gum and pqglar tree, Tgppp
corner; thence N. 38 1-3 degrees W.
10 poles 1o Tapps corner; theno#
South 39 1-2 poles to stake; thence
East 12S poles to red oak> Hicks cp*-
ner; thence N. 3 degrees S. 107 14
poles to point pf t&e beginning, com.
tabling 99 acres, more or Ism, and b«.
ing second tr*ct described in deed
from Thoe. 3. West, Qet. 17 1839
record Book 11 at Page 43ft Vasa
Registry. 1 *
Thin the sth da*-of December, 3933.
D. p. llADUmOfe, T?natae,
DUpatei,
WANT ADS
Oet Results
\\ ANTED A OIHCI l.at ix, ; ~ .
ei in good rondm,,,. iJ)lv 1
very reasonable. |-t,,,, u . "• ■ *
FOR RENT SWAIJ. Akah Tm \ .;
nicely furni-ncd .•• a . n r „,. '' ‘
suitable ior c«mph <■ ,v>
Young Avenue. p h ., >r.-j.\\
TA 11 Ja J?ELi. ("HEAP ip H(ii i
this wffk Pukind Chnu ~, p"
pi B e. «i-2h f t„ „• w ,. k // *'
Apply jo t Sanitary Mm M,i,.
Phone 31. Ht nd* r^or.
WANTED THREE ROOM V» jj.
nished jpartm.-i.-., pi,-i tI t>XJ _
Road. Apply Ansmrncii,
Daily Dispatch.
COAl>, GOOD COAL-LET IJS FIIX
up your bin now while it i s dy..
it w«ll l>e higher after weather gsI ‘
cold We have a rail «=i f , 4 r „ , n
for you at right price. Q U t
and weight guaranteed. Phone p,,
J lights, Coal and Wood Yard.
19-eod ts
A Complete Service i'or
AUSTIN CAMS
We now have Joe Knieh w
Y‘ho will give u., tompiete
AUSTIN CAILS. Mt v .
al-o do genetai repairing ...
and will be glad to .v.< in- ti ~,i.
customers.
Watkins Motor Co
Opposite Rig Henderson Mur. linn
Montgomery Mn-o
* PAINT UP FOR CHRISTMAS \7
ran make everything :■’ ~
nf*w and attractive w;:h ■>
WooLsey * palm at v< i-> -ni iL .
Ask for color card at i'n. p ,
of Values. J J hon( 32 a-a >
Watkins. :. :•
1 HAVE ONE tIOOI> MODEi.
Ford coach in cla— -.n:,j*»
sale. A special bargain !■ j ..., R
one. Fred 13 Highl ('. |<.
Phone 289.
FOR RENT FOUR ROOM FIRST
floor apartment, compieieij
nished. Private hath ami private ,r.
trance, garage, Pi'ce on a.- r
small furnished house. Mr*, i^.
J. Rowland, 824 Nichola- Siru'.
10 e.«i if
" used cars cheap
i 1 1924 Model T Roads .•:
1 1929 Ford Road nr
1- 1927 Dodge Coup*’
1 1927 Whippet. PDooi 5..1:
Watkins Motot Ci . i.pn. '
llend WYirchou—
COAL, CO A Fa, rOAI, -- rnONT i
29. Quality Coal, norm ’
tveiglit. Prompt delivery, >
11. Watkins Yard op|»ndt<
Methodist Climvli.
m-f •:
VAEUEISI 10-tyi’ART i.AIAA-MZt.
pails IV. well bucket- .{in
pipe, 2 joints 2a<\ cow c:- at- ■
and GOi’, long hat.die .-how'
.sheet iron heat cr.-. s>l 19 up
locks 3V. jffldl<Kk> 10, ....
SI.OO. Alex S. Watk.:. D 1*
of Values .•■ !'
♦IOO REWARD FOR ANY SFIU F-«
machine we fail to make s>» K
fectly. Can supply pas - (■
makes. Bring us your repair «-’i
Several good itcondiuoiud ~ *
Chinks foi sale.. Henderson But):-, r
House. 219 South Wiiliam •**
LOW PRICES ON CEH.INU FI >»'.).
ling, doors, window.-, sliingl*
phalt roofing, etc. at 'The p.a.
Values." Alex S Watkin-.
| quality telle and prices .■•11
TOBACCO FARMERS USB
newspapers to store your curtd »■•■•
bacco on. Get them at the I' v
Dispatch office for 10c per bund'r
FOR RENT 8 ROOM HOUSE 9U
Chestput Street half block fre"
■ West End School. Also apartment*
for rent in the Stonewall, AfT'
Eric G. Flnnnagan. T-T S
NOTICE
Ry viituc of a jtidgmeii' <>f {*•• •
perior Couit of V.uice C’oun'f. in *
a sj»ecial piocceding- for -h
--land for division. inliMed M - t ji
P. Hale, et ale. vs Elba E • *
et nls. appointing th< und»!-ivu ! 1
missionci for the purpoe** I "•
Tliursday the da> of T> i
-1931?. at twelve oV|o<k n*.> n o
Os tkf court hoti.-c diau '* *•
county. N. C. to the high- " *o* J t ‘
public auction, on mnis ol or.<-f -
balance in three »>juii ! <
ments faliiag du*-. two end th*e» vi
deferred payment* beat -.x p*'*'
annum interest, seemed *>>' lii ' *'
periy, the following Jc-Cileo
property in Vance Cour.U •'
olina. viz;
Toot No. 1: Begin on He- !>••■■
edge of Garnett Slice; *'97 U+ •
Rockspring rtrevt. and run 11 1 ■i *'
60 degrees W 227 fee «» rm 1
on Vaughn street thcnc* 1
Vaughn street N. 2<> 1-2 degree I
fiet to J. R. Young cone:; •* •; ■’
along Young line S. <VO degf *-
2M toet to Garnett rtw, -j 5
along Qarnett street 90 fen o rV
ginning, as described in Book *•' 1
546 to U. N. Parrish Vance
toot No. 2: Begin Ea- rtde "■, *
deraon-Warrenton road
route No. 50, and run thenc- >
degree* E. 127 feet to S. A 1- “
way right of way; thence .don. - *
S. 29 degree* W *"
thence N. 75 degrec-s W 13* " ,
•Old highway; thence aionr .-••
way No. 80 degrees E 4*» f'" " ,
joint of the beginning. »*•
to Book 8S at Page '■**“’*
try. .ci
This the 32th day of N»vend* .
D. P. IfcDUFFEE, Co“' ro ‘ !

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