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BIG SISTER . A Cold Awakening By LES FORGRAVE mi ' ISI Hi CQNAH. GIT OPT O'HE«£ JMB £ QOICK, ER - I J7 i WATER. A^GVTTVW* t —rr HvevAER.EA^xJ Copyright. ISB3, by Press Association, Inc. I j^* 501 * s***. 5 ***. ';*N- «■:, - I ETTA KETT . Midnight Mystery By PAUL ROBINSON C I ( ITS midnight ANDE.TTA i IN At fOG TVAE GOVS ARE I ffiMl Hi I j 1 j \ ON STftE.ET-.* 23 1 \SnV HOME PROM ( _ ~"\ 11| j 11 p | - ”^^ouN'fEWf > A»r'oF-ffie u.s. 3 . /'*. 1 /sjj | 73k. — '■ WAVy DiatcJIBLB MACONS HANCAR- , x 1 I . 1 ' atVt&V. fejrrX AT AKRON. OHIO , I? The I.SOOiVEAR- 1 I ;f;.X l^!ii^/f^ V,; i , V**/ OLD Pe LACE OF mui *£*?. WiNFIELP t THAT BRISK WIND TOPAY CAUSED OLD Sco-ir guiles 'TendepJ j #>/ I B)llim<ss<sate Bt-uee.for ao years ' v CANAL LOCKS FOR/*s&li l? 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DAILY'DISPATCHI!MONDAY MAY-.: PEPPERMI^EUN JACAMAR . / ICfclV- E ATCOP,CAL rAwB AMERICAN BIRD, HAS v ®Sj?*«a®L CIRCUS lonc 7 , snsAicsHT bill, ' t W£RE^*w^|se^ SAVE THESE ARE 20 DIFFERENT PICTURES FOR VARIETIES OF JACAMARS^(^L^J|jI 5-.8 m CENTRAL. AND SOU m amerTca^^ Momi Numskvu. ffIHVMCr DEAR. You '. j * WAD TO TAKE OR . " * lL J^9 CHLOROFORM To HAVE / V| WOOL.OA4T- ETHER Oo? Herbert stoncham, . I ( cumberjlancv rAD. *, 4 DEAR HOAH = DoES A .„■ Xr^ DIR.TY WINDOW PANE , - «,/|> - OjW. FROM VIEW OBS.TiitivrTMr.? MAKE) S.<SREV,JR. ODIN, MINN, VoU jaMTND IN YOUR, numb ideas! S 3 MCMpetf After Cup Battle a i 1 i < i | I ; ——— g Dr. Jack Wlfrht (left), of the Ca nadian Davtß Cup team, rushed to shake hands-with Ricardo Morales, of the Cuban team, just after de feating him in the first round of the North American zone Davis Cup matches at Hot Springs, Va. The match was hotly contested, the Canadian winning 8-6,'2-6, 6-1, 6-2. I I GROCERY STORES, FISH DEAL-' ers and others can save money on ! their wrapping paper by buying old j papers for 10c per bundle at the • Dispatch office. Also fine for j kindling fines. 19-ts. F«ar of New War Brings Re. Assurances In Europ e (Continuec Horn Page One.» er united front of the Great Britain and France vinu‘,7 ihas been achieved to face Gei m »s at the Geneva disarmament Cons y once Thursday, it was learned t o d a Norman H. Davis, American Z baasador-at-large, asked Foreign ister Joseph Paul Boncour at a £ fminute t a l ktoday t Q take a stand against Chancellor Hitler’s e ■pected disarmament pronouncement 'before the Reichstag on Wednesday it was unauthoritatively said, i n o' der that the United States and B;V tain might be able t 0 follow him The three powers, through dipi 0 matic channels were understood t •be urging the chancellor to be mod erate in his Reichstag speech. Th were trying to keep the situation from boiling over, said an American stares man, “so that a skillful bridge mah be constructed from the Isle of Elba where Hitler has placed himself back to the mainland.” Dispatch WANT ADS Cet Results FOR SALE THOROUGHBR glistered German polices pup fi Ve months old. B. J.'shaw. Phone 298-W. 13 - 2 ti DO THAT PAINT JOB NOwTesTR mates furnished gladly. Call 603-w. A. J. Jones. Get our prices first. GARDEN RAKES FORGED steel. Best quality. A rake that win j give lasting service. Trade and save ! at O’Neil’s Everything in Hardware" I ' 15-lti | SWEET PEPPER PLANTS FOR sale, large size and transplanted. Nancy Hall and Porto Rico potato plants now ready, hom e grown $l j thousand: tomato plants 30c hun- I died. A. J. Cheek 139 Belle stree j phone 387. 15-m AL.B. WESTER" AH Forms of Insurance— Life, Fire, Casualty, Bonding. —Rentals — Phtone 139-J NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that C. B. Godfrey and Thelma Flowers trading as “M” System No. 601 of Henderson, N. C., have made Deed of Assign ment for benefit of creditors to the undersigned Trustee Assignee, reserv ing therefrom their personal propeity exemptions. All creditors will please file itemized and verified statement of their respective claims 'to the Honor able Henry Perry, Clerk of the Su perior Court of Vance County, Hen derson, N. C., on or before the Bth day of May, 1934, or this notice wi.l 1 .be pleaded in bar thereof. All per sons indebted to the said “M” System will please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the Bth day of May, 1933. A. W. GHOLSON, JR., Trustee-Assignee. ADMINISTRATORS”NOTICE We have this day qualified before the clerk of the superior Court of Vance County as administrators, C. T. A. of the will of E. S. Glover, de ceased, and this is to notify all per sons having claims against the said deceased to present them to the un dersigned on or before the 15th day of April, 1934, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said deceased will please make immediate payment. This 15th day of April, 1933. H. W. GLOVER. J. C. GLOVER. Administrators, C. T. A. of the estate of E. S. Glover, deceased. NOTICE OF SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION. In the Superior Court. North Carolina: Vance County: Jasper B. Hicks Administrator of the Estate of George Alma Harris, Plaintiff. Vs. ■ Ida Mae Harris, Georgia Magnolia Harrison, and her husband, Sidney , • S. Harrison, Flora Belle Rackiey and her husband, Wade H. Rackiey, George Henry Harris, the last nam ed being a minor defending by his Guardian Ad Litem A. A. Bunn, De fendants. State of North Carolina: To Ida Mae Harris, Georgia Mag nolia Harrison and her husband. Sid ney S. Harrison, Flora Belle Rackiey and her husband Wade H. Rackiey. George Henry Harris, the last named being a minor defending by his Guardian Ad Litem A. A. Bunn: You are hereby notified that the foregoing action has been instituted in the Superior Court of Vance County by Jasper B. Hicks, Admin istrator of the Estate of George Alma Harris for the purpose of making sale of the real estate of the said George Alma Harris, which real estate is situate in Vance County North Caro lina, for the purpose of creating as sets to pay the debts of the said George Alma Harris, Deceased. And let the defendants and each of them take notice that they are hereby required to appear, answer or demur to the said petition or com plaint within ten days after the com pletion of service by publication, and let them further take notice that if they fail to so appear, answer, or de mur to said petition or complaint the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in the complain or petition. That a copy of said complaint 01 petition is on file in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of Vance County, North Carolina- This the 22nd day of April A. 1933 HENRY PERRY, Clerk of the Superior Court of Vance County. Pittman, Bridgets and Hicks, Attorney* for Plaintiff. *»- —'