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IF A WHEELBARROW HAS ONE - VfJ.,. t* e «-, WHEEL, MOW MANY DOES afoot Jr aPPI ©ALL COACM WAVE? e«-tA HAItrAW 11 / CMAUS. PA. L- ■ ' THE OLD HOME TOWN %,STAN&BY Aa/ell, mis^twitter,i / svgns up for last sprim^y o V IT WAS OUST To PROTECT^ (folks like . w^l2i! / ' V *- c VOUII/KI WAS ONCr) n N I l 6>ONE A , .' j;K^\ffl ffl MARSHAL OTEY WALKER WAS QUICK TO ~ TAKF CREDIT FOR CERTAIN WARNING ! S)4ns ALONC BUCKEYE STREET-WHEN THE; SNOW) SLID OFF BENSONS WAREHOUSE TODAY / c 1933 Lee W Stanley Central Press S-3 -33 FORECLOSURE SAXE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY ißy virtue of auithority vested 1 in. the undersigned as trustee in a certain deed- of trust executed on the 9th day of September 1929 by Thomas L. Smith and -wife Ellie LL Smith and recorded in the office of the register of deeds of VanGe County, North Carolina in book 155 at page 106, de fault having been m|ade in the pay ment of The deb . therein secured and the bolder < f The notes having re- sc h ro.eotosure, I will offer for icxle at the courthouse door in Hend ecscn, N. C. by puiblic auction, for cash on tlie 27th d!ay of March 1933 tile fallowing described land: Beginning at an iron shake on the western side of Jennette Avenue form erly known as Southerland Avenue, ‘he concrete driveway now existing between the Ms now occupied by M. N. Nbrdan and the lot now occupied by ThOmias L. Smlith; and run thence along the western edge of Jennette Avenue In the direction of Garnett. Street a distance of 81 feet to an iron stake, thence at right angles to Jen n&tte Avenue and in a South Wester ly direction a distance o fOne Hun dred Six and oe-half (106 1-2) feet to a slake on. the edge of Perry Avenue; thence along the edge of said Perry Avenue, at right, angles to the last call, and parallel wi)‘h Jennette ave nue, and In a Northwesterly direction a d’stance of 81 feet to an iron stake, thence at right angles to the last call and in a North Easterly direction to Jeanette Avenue, a distance of 106 1-2 feet to the beginning, being a rec tangular' parallelogram fronting 81 feet to Jenette avenue, formerly known as Southerland avenue, and running back at right angles to saia Jenette Avenue a distance of 106 1-2 feet. This 24th day of February, 1933. - A. A. BUNN, Trustee. Try The Want Ads Dispatch WANT ADS Get Results CORN FOR SALE-PHluiT7r~" ris. Phone 633-J. HAk —— — 3-2 i i OUR DESIRE FOR ' age is surpassed only by OU r * , mination to deserve it. Alien pi ! 61 '' Shop. 426 Garnett St. rher fhurs-Frj ts ' f IF YOU GROW will want “A Treasure Box fn Garden.;’ Drop in and see 0 ' % are selling them at coki while u last—only 25c each. bin, f n ' Py Harris. au<l -11 i MIMEOGRAPH PAPER thousand, Envelopes $1.25 per thousand. ITrquh’n t Pri!!’ er.s, Phone 474. ' n ' -4-0 JUST arrived~~~~~'~'" THREE NEW AUSTINS 1 business coup e delivered ..’ c 3 oo (ls , 1 special business coupe del. 35 r f ' 1 standard coupe delivered 40 to 50 miles on the gallon of gas \ v ! urge you to see these cais ' WATKINS MOTOR CO Opposite Big Henderson Waiehou 0 BLOODTESTED BABY CHTCKS every week beginning Fe>». 9t * }l Rocks, Reds, Wyandotts and white Leghorns. Book your order n ow Special attention given custom hatching. Robertson Poultry Farm Route 1. Phone 2103. Fri-Tues ts WE HAVE A BIG op Wood’s seed, including grass sec 1 and Vigoro for lawns. Kid roll ami ! Harri - 3-lti FOR SALE—COAL $6.50 PER TON Call 38, 268, or 196. IG . U ’ PLOW POINTS 5 3-4 c EACiTby the dozen. Champion Wake Forest kind. Watkins Hardware Co. Back hands at 23c each. Watkins Hard ware Co. 3.0, j PLOW POINTS 6c EACH~BY*THE dozen. Girl Champion, Dixie or Dunn No. 2. Get O’Neil’s prices be fore you buy. O’Neil's Everythin in Hardware. 1.41 j USED CARS ~ 1 Ford Roadster, Bargain $20,00. 1 Chevrolet Coupe, Bargain $15.00. 1—1928 Chevrolet Sedan, $85.00. 1 —1927 Chevrolet Coach, $45,00. 1 Dodge Roadster, $45.00. 1 —1929 Ford Touring, $75.00. Watkins Motor Company, opposite Big; Henderson Warehouse, Henderson, N 3-lti GROCERY STORES, FISHDEAL ers ahu others can save money on their wrapping paper by buying old papers for 10c per bundle at Hie Dispatch office. Also line for kindling fires. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE Under and by virtue of authority vested in a/Certain deed of trust exe cuted and delivered to me on the first d!ay of April, 1931, by J. E. Satter w’hile, said deed of trust duly record i ed in book 162, page 289, Register's Office of Vance County, N. C., de fault having been made in the pay ments therein secured and at the re quest of the holders of notes I shall ! sell, by public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the Court House Door in Henderson, N. C. at 12:0ii o’clock M. on Monday, March 27th., 11933, the following described real es -1 tate, to-wit: Beginning at a stake J T. Marrow j: corner on the Southeasterly side of [ Zene St., Henderson, N. C., run , thence along Zeno St., N. 56 1-2 M. 160 1-2 ft. to Mrs. Clara B. Houffa corner; thence along her line S. 35 .‘H E. 246 ft., thence S. 56 1-2 W. 156.5 feet, more or less to a stake, J. T. Marrow corner; thence along Mor row line N. 36 1-2 W. 216 ft. to place of beginning. For further descrip tion see deed recorded in hook 156. page 69, Register of Deeds Office of Vance County, N. C. This sale is made subject to a prior j mortgage to Henderson Building ani Loan Association. See deed of trust I recorded in book 145, page 221, Re?‘ ■ isiter’s office of Va.ncc County, N t |; This the 24th day of February. 1933. AL B. WESTER. Trustee. SEABOARD AIR UNE RAILWAY TRAINS LEAVE HENDERSON AS FOLLOWS No. NORTHBOUND 108—8:48 A. ML tor Richmond, Washington New York, connect Ing at Norlina with No. 18 »• riving I‘ortsmouth-Norfolk P. M. with parlor-dining car eer vice, 4 1 —2 :*OB P. M. for Richmond and Portsmouth, Washlngto®’ New York. 198—9:43 V. M. for Richmond Washington and New York. *—3:2B A. M. for Portsmouth Norfolk Washington, New York. No. SOUTHBOUND 191—«:43 A. M. for Savannah, Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa* St. Petersburg. 3—3:41- P. M. for Raleigh, San ford, Hamlet, Columbia, Savan nah, Miami Tampa, St, Peter* burg. 107—7:85 P. M. for Raleigh, Dam let, Savannah, Jacksonville. Miami, Tampa, St. peterabwf. Atlanta, Birmingham. 8—1:25 A. M. for Atlanta, Btrm imhan, Memphis. For Information call on ®‘ Pleasants DFA., Raleigh, N. «•» „or M C * Capps, TA , Henderson. N. 0.