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( U—■—— j- - J / MR CaUMP- | - \ ' I -T1 ,/SoO«ftE PEELING YOURSELF \ I AND I KNOW YOU MUST HAVE BEEN UUST AS \ Jfh [ AGAIN- AFTER THE 71 UN'NERVED BY THE DREADFUL. SCENE THAT TERRIBLE 1 <=v* Wi r kWI i DREADFUL ORDEAL WEVK ( MAN MADE, WITH HIS UES AND FORGERIES —* / . \ ,// ' 11 1 i VAJX BEEN THIROUGH - J l NONE OF OS KNEW WH AT WE WERE DOING BUT HENDERSON, (N. C.) DAILY DTSPATUft, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22 1934 - * I /loau Numskuu. I DEAR NOAH - IF I <sft A JOB JN A BANEftY, \ SHttOLP \ LOAPAROUNI) >1 QST ,_ ON <£» EMODcjm T(> SETA BATCH OF DOL^M? MISS WINIFRED <3E»RV\/ex.S. OHIO DEAR NOAH— IF Poppy CHOKES THE 'AIES.CDS, WILL THE BACHELOR BUTT-im ANCD Poison IVY T STELLA, ALF-OFffC. . iNASrt Vl ULJE , TEMM mail You nlsm© notzonsTo DEAR NOAH— EARLY, LATIE AND DPTEH fIOHSENSS VviOT TU‘ H6CK, i?c inSt*. » m *IG SISTER Sure, Dad’s On The Job By LES FORGRAVE e^ODV, ' /fflii /' _|*N ' NH OA.-rH£«.e.! -SORE LLV WER.E.VOO OOICK AWO GET DA.O , / - , OVOWT VD GO *=A.R. VE G.O-T TO GET VEAU, 1 I OlOVOO? TN£ HAD MV EYS OW TmvC, LUmSeROUT \ j EOOE U \ YOU AMO CAME A5 FAST A“5 Soe here!! jrrfy. V M t M<3ETS j\HewE? '-. s - / 2 t l could t «UT NMHACT OET-Tea “W AyM -Tt-1 AT ! riuET 'e M FVMO- - ioCKK'OM. TUt'Y iAAPPEMF-O'? I COME IKI AND KJGveR. OVD ANOWY NENER vNVUV. KKOU v 4 AMfc YO<-.) \ tI.U YOO • 'WHO "POOVC U. I'M SAPE , AMO INE -.pert TV o p: p iTnTMfiUTmmTa* cot the snood nurerethevll n/Ta //air Outgrowth From Cells Os Skin , LiAre Fingernails fiy I.OGAN CLENDENING, M. D. a set of cells which prodtic# art oily HAIR IS AN outgrowth from the secretion thrown right on the Hair cells of the skin, just as certain skin as it grows upward. The certtral part cells form Into the sweat glands arid °f this hair root begins to form Itself oily or sebaceous glands, or into fift- Into the hair itself, which grows rip gfernails or toenails. Just as certain ward through she sklh In the form cells of the mucous membrane of the of dead chiton-like cells, mouth form into teeth so do certain If now we follow this hair along ceils In Ihe skin evolve into hairs. through its entire life, we find that it frequently breaks off close to the root and a new hair begins to form. finally penetrates Into a sort oV bay N at the bottom of the hair root. ” ‘ ——— - stages in the death oj a hau and ■ The hair itself has no canal In. lt, no sap. Hairs get their sustenance from the blood, it, therefore, can not he nourished or encouraged to grow by external applications, like a plant. When baldness occurs it Is due to the withdrawing of the blood supply and the consequent atropnjr EDITOR’S NOTE: Sis pamphlet by Dr. Cleridening can now be ob tained by sending 10 cents In coin, for each, and a self-addressed envelope ■ ••■ ■ stamped with a three-cent stamp, to Dr. Logan Clendening, in care of Stages in the falling out of a hair this paper. The pamphlets are: and its replacement by a new hair, “indigestion and Constipation,” “Re ducing and Gaining,", “Infant Feed- It Is this blood vessel which will ing,” “Instructions for the Treatment nourish the hair-making cells. From of Diabetes,” “Feminine Hygiene” the side of the root there grows out and “The Care of the Hair and Skin." Dispatch Advertising Pays PAGE SEVEN Dispatch WANT ADS Get Results SEE OUR NEW SPRING swagger and short jacket suits and new dresses in all the wanted styles and shades. Teiser’s Department tdore. 22-1 ti DOST OR STOLEN TLTESDAY night—Canvass truck cover 36x22 feet. Liberal reward for return to Daily Dispatch Office. No questions asked. 21-2 ti WILL UNLOAD TODAY CAR load of extra choice Tennes see mules, well broke and ready for work. Come and look them over. Prices are right. W. C. Ilight’s Store. 22-ts. EXPERIENCED COOiTaND HOUSE keeper wants job at once. Can give good reference from former em ployers. Bell Richardson, 733 Eaton street. 22-lti HERE THURSDAY AND Friday, February 22 and 23. Mr. Victor Huggins with Stetson “D” Tailors. We cordially invite you to come in and look the line over. Geo. A. Rose and Sons Co. 20-3 ti. FOR RENT—TWO ROOM APART ment., Breckenridge street; five room cottage, Breckenridge street; five room cottage, College street. Real estate for sale. R. L. Mus tiani. Phone 341-W. 22-lti MUsTcAir~COMEDY ~~“S E E~ You Later” Epsom High School Friday Night, Feb. 23. 8 o’clock. Admission 15, 25, 35c. Sponsored by Epsom JP. T. A. ‘ 221-ti HALF SOLES, LADIES -19 c, MEN’S 59c, children’s 45c. Men’s rubber heels 25c, ladies leather lifts 10c. Cut Rate Shoe Shop, opposite Post al Telegraph, Montgomery Street. FRESH CAR OF ORANGES,~TAN gerines and apples. Will have speckle trout and fresh herring for Saturday. Breedlove Produce Co. WILL UNLOAD TODAY CAR load of extra choice Tennes see mules, well broke and ready for work. Come and look them over. Prices are right. W. C. flight’s Store. AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD and kitchen furniture will be held Friday morning at JO o’clock pf. 309 College Street. 20-3 ti. PTANO: A FINE PIANO NEAR here is being returned to us because of purchaser’s inability to continue contract. Will transfer this piano to responsible party for balance ow ing. Cash or terms. Quick action necessary. Address I*,, pjaho Co., Lynchburg, Virginia. 22 3li I.OUGHLIN-GOODWYN - AUTHOR teed Dealer—Majestic and Philco Radios. Complete service facilities to render factory service, large stock of parts for all makes. Phone 118. FOR SALE SEWING MACHINE guaranteed in good condition. Apply to Mrs. O. C. Jones, corner Brecken ridge and Chestnut Streets. tf VALUES! GALVANIZED TUBS NO. 2 at 85c; garden rakes 79c to 1.35, horse bridles at $1.50, ajtes $1.26, leather backhands SI.OO, others 50e| padlocks 10c to SI.OO. Also values in cross cut saws, mauls, wedges, mattox, shovels. Alex S. Watkins. “Where quality tells and prices sell.” FORECLOSURE SALE. By virtu re of authority by the un dersigned as Trustee in a certain deed of trust executed by Walter Ter rell on the 10th day of March 1928 And recorded in Book 140, page 583, default having been made in the debt therein secured, at the request of the holder of same I will offer for sale at the court house at Henderson, N. C., at public auction for cash on Sat urday the 24th day of March 1934 the following described land: Commence at Wortham’s corner on Pearl Street run thence N. 77 feet to a blanch, thence West down the branch 100 feet to Wesley Mayfield’s corner, thence South 89 feet, thence East 100 feet to the place of begin ning. See deed Augustus Green to Walter Terrell, Book 93, Page 471. This the 21st day of February, 1934. A. A. BUNN, Trustee. notice:. In The Superior Court. North Carolina: County of Vance: Troy Jackson, Plaintiff, vs. Rebecca Grace Jackson, Defendant. The defendant Rebecca Grace Jack son will take notice that an action entitled as above has been commenced in the Superior Court of Vance Coun ty, M. CL, for divorce •absolute on grounds of separation and the said defendant will further take notice, that she is required to appear at the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of Vaaice County of said county in the Court House in Henderson, N. C. on the 16t.h day of April 1934 and answer or demur to the complaint in the said action, or the plaintiff will appeal to the court for the relief de manded in said complaint. Thus 15th day of February, 1934. E. O. FALKNER, Clerk Superior Court of Vance County. KUtre.il and Kittrell, Attorneys for Plaintiff.