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J< Scott Copyright, 1933, by Central Press Association,. Inc. BIR-THDAV may have. Jflpf "toDAY, or -io MORROW - Mm' RAfA. UPQN WHICH 'To BASE TpP| correct" conclusion j i wm-i . RECARDINC-TftE »*,•>/ "v month,or the dav of? The. . -IF-' SLC* MONTH UPON WHICH ST PATRICK * W* ' I > j WAS BORN * |; A ' y/.y y ( • ■.. '• • / - . _ __ r//£ GUMPS—HE ART S AFLAME To 6 t^ks A A C> 1 I A.LbCKV THING I -SfuoweßS- \NHY NOT ? IHi ~ fjjglSiMljaiig^^lHji *; SUCHAGOR6,EOUS MILUEtSTWE CM ARWINK* M S „ u • : DAV- WMO KKiOW-S ” ME MA& EVE.R 'SEEM- S - mRE IS NO OTHER 6IRL J V \ - tf,[l '™*- T SME IS THS ~ITH MIUJB T ' > HENTBBRSON, (N.GJ DAILY DJSPATOHi HPIDAY/ MARCH M&*3 *9s*' 3 • s§§i ‘■•' fgflMiii T COATI ISA • •—^ a south AMERICAN. ANIMAL W S :i >££ I . \ eiaetk hasa m Ajm AND *i»* eo tail . HE PREYS ON SMALLER X< % / % animals, coatis Have pounr in Mexico 1 I THE \A/EE-R/AJ<i> WILLOW ‘~~ ia S !_!... L ~FFTTTT MAKE THE FOREST Q// ~@ H|Bp || I [ | j PinEr T mrs j,«.williams IL / P.EAR SOAP ~TC and * water; good for r) Q^^ ||[||nn pmTni | '■'"..THE OLD,HOME TOWN Registered 0.15. Patent Office By STANLEY Bi HA LT" 50 youreA -tWsirrii'f J THE SCAMP WHO HAsV >' M 'BEEN DUMPING ■STUPJSf OUR WEEKS C «mAT™nXLfi"?i WASH OVER > IN THAT MUD HOLSi’jJ MRJ _ A COME UP CLOSE W/URCLER, T . Sy. .f FORECLOSURE SALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY IBy virtue of authority vestedin the undersigned as trustee in a certain deed of trust executed on the 9th day of September 1929 by Li Smith and wife Elite B. Smith and recorded in the office of the register of , deeds of Vance County, North Carolina in look 155 at page 106, de fault hiaVinig been made in the pay ment of the debt therein secured and the holder of the notes having re ques'ev. iv fo.-eciosure, I will offer for stwe at the courthouse door in Hend erson* N. C. by public auction for cash on the 27th dlay of March 1933 the following described land: Beginning at an iron stake On the western side of Jemiette Avenue form erly known as Southerland Avenue, "ihe concrete driveway now existing between the Hots now occupied by M. N. Nordan and the lot now occupied by Thomas L. Smith; and run thence along the western edge of Jennetfee Avenue In the direction of Garnett Street a distance of 81 feet to an iron Slake, thence at right angles to Jen nette Avenue and in a South Wester ly direction a distance o fOne Hun dred Six and oe-haif £lO6 1-2) feet to a sTake on tihe edge of Perry Avenue; thence along the edge of said Perry Avenue, at right angles to the last call, and parallel with Jenn©tte ave nue, and in a Northwesterly* direction a distance 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 1 parallelogram fronting 81 feet to Jenette avenue, formerly known as Southerland avenue, and running back at right angles to said 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 W PoM ß „" Y cSfrotf c H o„ C S S S iS ®B cheap. Address ••Car” c&wJJW WANTED SIX R o’olT'J, 6 close In with garden and „ SE 2? Blue Rlbb " n *5 — _ mi OUR DESIRE FOR age is surpassed only by our , ' mination to deserve it. Allen p a v N Shop. 426 Garnett St. arbet Tburs-Fri. WE INVITE COM price and quality. Let Us sh()W UUR ■he best merchandise tially lower price. Judge y our ang for yourself. O’Neil’s pv thing in Hardware. 17 et^' • c-lti BLOODTESTED BABY CHICKS' every week beginning Fe'i gth" Rocks, Reds, Wyandotts and whit' Leghorns. Book your order now* Special attention given custom hatching. Robertson Poultry F ar m Route 1. Phone 2103. Fri-Tues ts Everyone must h»ve a make yours PRINTING. Tfc t (hdustry offers exceptional wages in. struction available, Monotype, keyboard and caster, Linotype, Hand r.omposmoa ind Presswork on modern presses. p w dill information write the SOUHERn SCHOOL OF PRINTING at ISU. la South St., Naahviile. Term. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the un designed has qualified as Permanem Receiver for the Hendersno Loan and Real Estate Company, a North Caro 'wina Corporation, having it s principal place of business in Henderson, North Carolina, pursuant to an order of the ■Superior Court, Vance County, n. C March Term, 1933- Persons holding claims against said Henderson Loan and Real Estate Company will present the same, duly verified, to the said Receiver within six months from date hereof, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of any recovery. Persons indebted to said Cor ■poration are requested to make prompt settlement with the Receiver. This the 16th day of March, 1933. Joel T. Cheatham, Permanent Re ceiver, Henderson Loan and Real Estate Company. 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 day of April, 1931, by J. E. Satter white, said deed of trust duly record 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 12:00 o'clock M. on Monday, Miarch 27th., 1933, the following described real es tate, to-wit: Beginning at a stake J T. Marrow corner on tlhe Southeasterly side ol Zene St., Henderson, N. C., run thence along Zcne St., N. 56 1-2 E. 160 1-2 ft. to Mrs. Clara B. Houffs corner; thence along her line S. 35 3-4 E. 246 ft., thence S. 56 1-2 W. 156.5 feet, more or less to a stake, J. T. Marrow corner; thence along Mar row line N. 36 1-2 W. 216 ft. to place jof 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 mortgage to Henderson Building and Loan Association. See deed of trust recorded in book 145, page 221, Rc? isiter’s office: of Vance County, N. C This the 24th day of February, 1933. AL B. WESTER. Trustee. SEABOARD Affi LINE RAILWAY TRAINS LEAVE IIENDERBON AS FOLLOWS No. NORTHBOUND 108—8:48 A. M. for Richmonfl, Washington New York, conned tag at Norlina with No. 1* living lOrtsmouth-Niorfolk "• P. M. with parlor-dining car 4—2:*08 P. M. for Richmond and Portsmouth, Washing** 1 ’ * New York. . 192—8:48 p. M. for RlcbmoßO Washington and New York. * 6—8:28 A. M. for PortsmoßW- Norfolk Washington, New Yor* No, • SOUTHBOUND 191—6;4S A. M. for Savsnßim* Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa* m- Petersburg, 8—3:41 P. M. for Raleigh. ford, Hamlet, Columbia, nah, Miami j Tampa, B*. burg, 107—7:88 P. M, for Raleigh, let, Savannah, Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa, St. Petersborf. Atlanta, Birmingham. < 8—1:28 A. M. for Atlanta, M inD Infiiwrv Memphis. i Fpr information call on B. *' Pleasants DFA., Raleigh. »• ™ or M C* Capps, TA , Uendemo* N. O.