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HENDERSON DAILY DISPATCH’ KotHhliHhed August 12. 1914. Pnhlishnl Every Afternoon Kw»ft Sunday By HENDERSON DISPATCH CO., IN<\ at 199 Ttuuig Street. HENRV A. DENNIS, Pres. and Editor M. L. FINCH, Sec-Trens and Rus. Mgr. TELETHONES Editorial Office 600 Society Editor Business Office The Henderson Daily Dispatch la a member of the Aasochued Press, Southern Newspaper Publishers Asso ciation and the North Carolina Press Association. The Associated Press is exclusively ■ entitled to use for republication all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in ibis paper, and also the local news publisned herein All rights of publication of special dispatches herein are also reserved. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. Pavahle Strictly In Advauee. On* Year Six Months Three Months * Week (By Carrier Only) 13 Per Copy - 06 NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Look at the printed label on youi paper. The date thereon shows when the subscription expires. . Forward your money in ample Lime tor re newal. Notice da'e on label carefully And if not coirect, please notify us at once. Subscribers desiring *he address on their paper changed, please, state in their communication both the OiX> and NEW address. National Advertising Representative* BRYANT, GRIFFITH AND BRUNSON, INC., 9 East 41st Street, N«w York. 230 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago. 201 Devonshire Street, Boston. General Motors lildg., Detroit. Walton Building, Atlanta. Entered e: the post office in Hender son, N. C., as second class mail matter hrt,»*«mn ■#■?>##—Amiwim OUR HOPE: And now. Lord, what wait I for? My hope is in thee. De liver me not the ucproach of tho foolish. -Psalm 39:7, 8. New York, I»’c*b. 7 The slot ma-J chine, that devilishly ingenious device j Tor cadging pennies, nickels dimes and quarters, is rapidly disappearing from beer stuhes ami delicatessens. (Mayor La Guardla doesn’t like ’em. I’m glad they’re going, even if it’s only for a little while. Ii Is true that J was vulnerable, i could rarely pass one without contributing. The fact that the odds were ridicuously against the player—about 1,000 to 1, I think, against hitting a jackpot which paid at most 100 to 1 made no difference whatsoever for those with the weak ness. ' Out at Joe Cook's Lake llopatcong place one night there was a quarter machine in the basement recreation room. It didn't work. Joe told every body ti was merely to lend atmos phere to the place and paid off noth ing ut ai. Yet several quarters were found next morning in its maw, in serted by some of the 20 or 30 guests. They just couldn't resist Iho glitter ing machine. I’m glad to see the slot machine bested and sent scurrying ta cover. Still, I think the man who Invented the instrument deserves to be known and properly honored. He was a wiz ard, there’s no denying that, a Mr. Hyde of the inventing immortals, but nevertheless entitled ..to a laurel. The so-called “automatic vending machine” companies are naturally cau tious at tho moment., hut a number of queries makes me certain they really don’t know the man who managed to inject the subtle glamor of Monte Carlo into a fat, squarish machine not much more engaging, .at first glance, than a telephone coin box. The facts about him are fairly cer tain however. He was an American and he enabled the tough gentlemen who control such rackets in Manhat tan to extract some $50,000,000 annu ally from school children and retard ed adults like this reporter. ms AND DOTTA Os all stage imitations of drunks, Sheila Barrett’s strokes me as the most calculated to bring tut-tuts to the lips of teetotalers . . . Lotte Leh man, a current operatic favorite at the “Mot", finds people are frequent ly confusing her with Lilli Lehman, the greatest Wagnerian singer of her t day—2s years ago Local debu tantes, too upstage to belong to film fan clubs, join togother In groups to honor orchestra leaders in smart j rendezvous (what’s the plural of that? | Katharine Cornel, who has turned | down more movie offers than any! other actres3, professes to be “not in-1 terested’’ and that’s all . . . Several years hack, however, she had a screen test made—which the producer liked but she thumbs-downed . . Nativi ties in the current ‘‘Folliee” are sur prising: there are only three New York-born girls in the chorus .. None of the tall lasses who parade about in this andj that—the showgirls, in. short —are Madhattanites. Oliver Wake field, however, was born while his English parents were residing in Zu luland! . . . And Jaques Cartier was horn on a boat, en route to India. \ll IVIIOV Ry ('lytic West Florida’s porch sitters arc spend ing most, of their time dis-cussing Hie ttfopiew of the day. If Japan wants lo “tone down” her talk about, the Pacific situation, why doesn’t, she do her 'talking through a. Maxim sfflenoer instead of a howit zer? DoruH At evens, tho writer, com plains that in some states u wife can’t even pick her own home, but she probably fails to realize (bait if many wives had. such a right they would liKely to pick homes with somebody eflso’s husbands in them. I<noks as If we would have been spared a lot of trouble iif somebody had killed that goose that laid the golden egg. Billy PeLroUe, the. fighter, is called the “Fargo Express’* pr<f:ubly be cause he met somebody on a grade crossing. Scicntit who sayw he can make or break any habit ought-to know that habits, like taws, are made to be broken. Revival of the IV> ugh keeps ie regat ta will enable a lot of young athletes to get in their oars again after a year of paddling around with their ears. lot) 4 Y TODAY’S ANNIVERSARIES 1478 —Thomas Moore, English stat esman, author of “Utopia, born. Died July 7, 1535. 1777_john Pickering, noted Ameri can linguist and philologist of his day, born at Salem, Mass. Died in Boston, May 5, 1846. 1806—Charles Fenno Heffman, a forgotten American poet, editor and novelist of merit, born in New York City. Died June 7, 1884. 1811— Abiel A. lx>w, New York Merchant, one of the greatest of his day in the country engaged in the China trade, civic worker, born at Salem, Mass. Died Jan. 7, 1893. 1812— Charles Dickens, famed and popular English novelist, whose char acters and creations made a deep im press on the mind, of the world, born Died June 9. 1870. 1814—Gardner Q. Colton, the Now York chemist who accidently discov ered the value of laughing gas in dentistry, born at Georgia, Vt. Died August 9, 1898. 1854—Robert B. Mantell, noted act or, born in. Scotland. Died at Atlan tic Highlands, N. J., June 27, 1928. TODAY IN HISTORY 1834 -Died- Louis A. F. Bourrienno, noted French diplomatist. 1834 - Died - Cadwallader, D. Colden, Now York City lawyer and mayor. 1904 —(Start of Baltimore’s big fire. 1915--Beginning of great battle in East Prussia, ending in Russian re treat. TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS Sinclair Lewis, novelist, Nobel prize winner, born at Sauk Center, Wis., 49 years ago. (Jeorge Herman < Babe) Ruth, base ball star, born in Baltimore, 40 years ago. Francis \Viison, actor, born in Phil adelphia, 80 years ago. Ossip Gnf.rilowit.sch, director of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, born in Russia, 56 years ago. Stanley Washburn, famed war cor respondent, journalist and author, born in Minneapolis, 56 years ago. Gouverneur Morris, noted author, born in New York, 58 years ago. Andrew W. Robertson of Pittsburgh and New York, manufacturer-capital ist, born at Panama, N. Y., 54 years ago. TODAY’S HOROSCOPE This day shows a tendency toward a sensitive, impressionable nature, but with some leaning toward jeal ousy and selfishness. Try to culti vate a freedom of thought, that mel ancholy and hatred of others may not gain an ascendancy and thereby vitiate the life. Love of romance is strong. Raleigh Seeking Eoa'n of SBOO,OOO (Continued from Page One.) the edges of Smithfield. The greatest opposition to the pour Ing of sewer contents into the water supply of Johnston county comets fr<om Smithfield which is 28 miles freon Raleigh on the Neuse. The re sentment of Smithfield has grown to the point where it has 'become neces sary for Raleigh to take note. Com missioner Brown thinks the city of SmStlifteld could much more cheaply get its water from, another stream, but that still would leave Raleigh’s sewage in the Neuse. Wife Preservers l ... ...... . mum ... ’. *«• « will Imv. BO mark*. HENDERSON, (N. CJ DAILY DISPATCH. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1934 ( Altar-Bound! —Say Friends 3f058&3% JSF* isS&gSßr IB i s SSranfISnSRaBHI9HHB»9OK>^ Phil Plant Mrs. Edna Dunham Close friends of Phi] Plant, New York millionaire, and Mrs. Edna Dunham, also of New York, say the couple will wed in the near future. They are now in Florida, where, also, is Max Baer, boxer, to whom Mrs. Dunham once was reported engaged. Plant is the former husband of Constance Bennett, movie star. (Central Preaa) Render Asks if Similarity Os Blood Induces Matrimony By LOGAN CI-ENDENING, M. D. A READER who has been inform ing herself on some features of blood transfusion, became intrigued with the fact that one person’s blood Dr. Clendening oio lit ftw.l IlO* v *1 first sight and happiness in marriage. The idea is an old one which was highly developed in ihe medical treatises of a few centuries ago, when the doctrine of humours played so prominent a part in medical theory That doctrine, of course, has long been discarded, and while we know u great deal about the chemistry of the blood, I fear that medical science is silent on I lie question at issue. I suspect that if any part of science Is interested, it would he psychology, him! it. is the “marriage of true minds", not the “marriage of true bloods" that is responsible for that delicate and fabulous condition known as happiness in.married life The subject.of the chemistry of the blood, however, Is an Interesting one Move Up in Navy Reshuffle I mm s J/' A& i &Xk| ••||| W Admiral Reeves Admiral Brumby The recent wholesale transfer of commands, affecting 25 admirals of the U. S. Navy, announced by Acting Secretary of the Navy Henry L. RAosevelt, will place Admiral Joseph M. Reeves, aviation expert, in command of the U. S. fleet and put Vice Admiral Frank H. Brumby in command of the battle force with the rank of admiral. (Central Press) PROTECT YOUR HEALTH BY DRINKING I BUCKHORN WATER I In Sterilized Bottles. A Mineral Product of Nature I A Light Pleasant Tasting Water Has Given Satisfaction for Over 25 Years Delivered anywhere in Henderson, Fresh every Saturday 20c per gallon in half gallon bottles and 5 gallon demijohns I Analyzed Every Thirty Days < M Order Direct from Pagc-Hocutt Drug Company i tV. 1. NEWBY, Salesman Bullock, N. G. in itself. To the uninitiated it i# difficult to convey the idea of the ob stacles which have had to be over come to develop this branch of med ical investigation. The chemicals which are in the blood cannot be analyzed out at all as are chemicals in solution in water, for instance. The situation of having chemicals in solution or suspension, or in what ever state they exist, in an animal tissue or juice, has made their de tection an extremely complicated technical process. At present, therefore, we are able to isolate only a few of the many thousand substances which must circulate constantly in the blood. For instance, we are aide to detect with accuracy the amount of sugar and ther amount of such nitrogenous sub stances as are eventually excreted in the kidneys, such as uric acid, urea, etc. The amount of bile, the amount of certain sorts of fat. of such min erals as calcium and sodium chloride, are also within the province of analytic chemistry and. indeed, are used regularly as routine procedure# in bedside practice. Some of the features or this sub ject will be discussed in the article# during the coming week. . .... J • EDITOR’S NOTE: Six pamphlet# hv Dr. Clendening can now be ob tained by sending 10 cents in coin, for each, and a self-addressed envelop# stamped with a three-cent stamp, to Dr. Logan Clendening, in earn of this paper. The pamphlets are: “Indigestion and Constipation," “Re ducing and Gaining,” "Infant Feed ing." “Instructions for the Treatment of Diabetes." "Feminine Hygiene" and “The Care of trie Unit and Skin." might not tit an other’s, and that careful tests have to be made to find out whether the do nor in the trans fusion belongs to the same blood grouping as the rec’plent. Slid wonders whether or not variations in the chemistry of the blood of different individuals does not account for such things as failing in love at Onward and Upward! ; s i' |fK-|j liafif 9 * : ’V'tewVißSS'r'-M. if-i ":: 'is.x.hp : ■• -'.W lpW-#3o3^fc? #:-Z .:,; '4M* l *• '■ ; IkarPr s4l •:$&& >* m-«. ■ o^" CROSS WORD PUZZLE Ti iz 14. 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This is notion to all parties having claims against the said estate to file same duly verified with the undersigned within one year from the date of this notice, other wise this notice will be pleaded in bar of any recovery. All persons in debted to this Estate will kindly make immediate payment or settlmont to the undersigned. This the 3rd day of January, 1 !b‘li T. P. Cl HOI .SON • Administrator. FORECLOSURE SALK. By virtue of the power contained in a Deed in Trust executed by Geo Hawkins and wife, Anne Ha kins re corded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Vance County in Book 9a. at Page 340, default having been made in the payment of the debt therein secured on request of the holder of the same, I shall sell for cash by pufoiic auction, at the Court House door in Henderson. N. C. the highest bidder on the 12th day of March, 1934. the following describ ed property: One lot of land near Brookston it Vance County fronting on the Hen derson to Middleburg road and bound ed by Henderson road. Estate ot ( B. Church, lands of Mrs. H. D. Church on the sides and rear, known as the Alexander tot on which we now i<“ side and on which stands a six room ihOuse, bought of James R. Young h> deed recorded in Vance County 8001-115, 115, page 505, also the lot ot la mi containing 9 acres conveyed to me b. Jacob Bing and wife by deed date' July 6, 1907 and described as follow- Begin at * stone Mrs. Lucy Stom corner on the south edge of a 11 road, run thence along Stones in r N. 88 3-4 W. 18 95-100 chains to a stone and pine pointers in said St or.' ’ line, thence N. 48 1-2 E. H :o ' 1 "' chains to the beginning. MARGARET R. HARRIS Executrix Under the Will of A. d Harris, Trustee. Henderson, N. C., Feb. 6, 1934.