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/TT~~ \ yO-TB-<, AT -me FIRST THAhN I CAM Takp % l?sar."Ms“-r ssar,: } -«- HAS BUCKED H&AVy SNOW DRIFTS ALL NA//A)TER IS R-EAC>Y POPS, THE PLOODST ON HIS river, bottom mail i^oute — . __ ■ ©I g 34 W. STANLEY CCt-4TR/\l- nOEIS*S. 3-20 3^ - - By lIJ. scsl ~ 1 ' Copyright, 1934, by Central Pres* Association, lu. ■lte rie waivrwm over GOURD NAMED AS SUCH • fwfyirt ROuHE NOW <AKEN BV <HE. BECAUSE <?F l<S <EN PRONGS .. W 3-201 a?RIN<H CANAL- <HE ANOENIS WHICH SURROUND "nyT. SINAI* USED <0 DRAG "fHE.tR SH»PS OWNED BV RUDOLPH KfiUEjl of FRAMKFoKT.IHD, OVERf^ SAME ROU it* ETTA KETT The Catch in It By PAUL ROBINSON' It oc- •*"> ft LL AJl,rEr7 TO * WOURE~I f ir WAS TOUQ GREAT AUITT- ) [ WHOOPEE,.'' I 1 I Bur WAI I"- MISS SGIUAOC - S 1H jt~ ■jffllßl nMPOurvMMATDAD II / ,N" L B NCMP- UNCLE. THAT LEFT J 1 WHOOPBE. | WAS A MAN HATER. - SHE HAD [_ ' IfH i I mml il l ilmnnrm" , ni / -Jfl AN HEIR.E/SY« j I BOV ~IF IM u|| \OU THE SOM J / s' ' “ N C>BEN DISAPPOINL&O IN LOME. 11l K>S%*OLE. fIMMHB ■ TH.Nk.OF If- ,/ DREAMING- l ■ ">- (fanmeWth and VEAMES Nou this monen on pig ’ : i .___ ; ■ 0 ' • . 1 ■ - I I NOT a vsinois " / » DPH’T KNOW HOW OR WHY N /THERE/ THAT OUGHT To^li|.((|lJ|(ijlj t '|j]| M|j| DAYS SHE LEFT- BUT I KNOW I’LL \ <? \ ATTRACT ENOUGH U Jji | ij| I <K)ME- THE POLICEHAVEN'T \ \ GET HER BACX IF I HAVE —| V ATTENTION -IF MONEY (MlUi-ijj H | AND NOT A FOUND t c^ N6rLE t ( YOU DON'T \ \TO SPEND MY LAST DOLLAR > J BACK !%| WORD OF CLEW YET- / T J~! "TJ \ fOv DOING IT- I'VE HAD A , —\ L H i'ill I LITTLE. KIELL- THEY'RE OUST/ ) SUPPOSE J STACK OF REWARD NOTICES ( / —Tjv LI VANISHED AS MYSTIFIED/ ( SHE RAW J PRINTED - AND IV* \ V /ifo? iPii I 'Hi SP.RITKOAwAY \jAT WW- J TO pur THE (N. C.) DAILY DISPATUB, TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1934 %$t 6 i < :i Mb ■ '■■ .I \ U^ : ' 9B ” '"■■>* ™ GUESS WHO—Eliza Gilbert, Irish girl, became a dancei\ took a Spanish name, charmed King Ludwig of Bavaria, bossed his country, caused him to lose his tlirone March 20, 1848. That was cnly tho beginning f a sensational career which ended in poverty in New • l< years later. Remember her name? I,nfrt Afottfsa. & rsre ‘photo. BIG SISTER A Real Peril By LES FORGRAVE there now, pkseoys \I j j^ sfiaa -sure. A Jjr*T~ - ) p o ca. thing . i LAVCE EREA.D AvHO h'AU-IK. \ \/NOW V.ET Tv-i v NlcjE \ - ur 1 <5, OPTLT tv oTARVE VE HR EATS / l MEE HVKA V HE \ t \ EGMm B/VOLY HVS B£ TK! O, BUDDY, -WHAT WILL Yv!E OO ? I oni/ . 4-1 )?P‘ tr ilu i«slS --• • tF vne leave va\k\ under, there ||x T * / °* <% the CAT VUL GFT A / DON'T T? HM.SuRE' t- “' — America's Notable Anniversaries Told in Pict In The “Good Old Days” Announcements by Clark Kirmaird, author or Today is the Day* 1 , GIVING IMMORTALS—-' They virtually were unknown when the photo was taken iw the naJe y^fP h- rt t ment ’ T W a shi «gton, in 1919 Now their names are written indelibly into t,w f? i h A to^ y *n Le j t: D * Rooaev « l t» then assistant secretary of Navy right- J' r 1 ' 1 ' t" n V r ' A c - Rcad l . who dew , thc first airplane across the Atlantic seven vears before LmUberch; arrow: Lieut. Comdr. R. E. Byrd, Jr., first to fly over North and South Copyright, ltM. C«fitr«l m>< iauortitioD PAGE FIVE Dispatch WANT ADS Get Results AUTHORIZED AUTOMOTIVE RA diator service. WV (-lean, lepair. or recore any make ot raditor. Motor . Sales Co. • 28-ts WILL UNLOAD TODAY CAR load of extra choice Tennes see mules, well . broke anvi ready for work. Come and look them over. Prices are right. W. C. llight’s Store, ts. IT WILT. PAY YOU TO CAUL ON me before•• buying seed oats, seed potatoes, Lespedcza, cabbage plants and all kinds of garden seed. H. R. Newman. 17-20-22-24 T.OUGHLIN-GOODWYN - AUTtjOß ized Dealer Majestic and Phileo Radios. Complete service facilities to render factory service, large stock of parts for all makes. Phono 118. WILL BUY ANY AMOUNT OF DIVE poultry, corn and peas for cash or trade. 11. B. Newman. 16-20 WILL UNLOAD TO DAY CAR load of extra choice Tennes see mules, well broke and ready for work. Come and look them over. Prices are rgiht. W. C. Hight’s Store, ts • GROCERY STORES, FTSH DEAL ers and others can save money on their wrapping paper by buying old papers for 10c, per bundle at the Dispatch office. Also fine for kind ling fires. 19-ts NOTICE OF RE-SALE UNDER DEED IN TRUST. An advanced bid, as required by law, having been placed on the sale heretofore held on March the 12th, 1934, and by virtue of an order of the Clerk of the Superior Court and by virtue of the power contained in a deed in trust executed by Geo. Haw kins and wife, Anna Hawkins record ed in the office of the Register of Deeds of Vance County in Book 95, at page 310, default having been made in the payment of the debt herein se cured, on request, of the holder of the same, I shall! rci-sell for cash, by public auction, at Ihe Court House doof in Henderson, N. C., to the high est bidder, on (he 51 h day of April, 1931 the following described property: One lot of land near Brookston in Vance County fronting on the Hen derson to Middleburg road and bound ed by Henderson road, Estate of C. B. Church, lands of Mrs. H. D. Church on sides and rear, known a» the Alexander lot on which we now reside and on which stands a six room house, bought of .Tames R. Young by deed recorded in Vance County book 15, page 505, also the lot of land con taining 9 acres conveyed to me by Jacob Bind and wife by deed dated July 6, 1907 and described as follows: Begin at a stone Mrs. Lucy Stones corner on the south edge of a new road, run thence along Stones line N. 88 3-4 W. 18 95-100 chains to a stone and pine pointers in said Stones line, 'thence N. 48 1-2 E. 14 55-100 chains to the beginning. Bidding to start, at Three hundred thirty and No-100 ( $330.00) Dollars. MARGARET R. HARRIS, Executrix, Under the Will of A. J. Harris, Trustee. Henderson, N. C., March 20, 1934. INSURANCE— RENTALS REAL ESTATE— BONDS AL. B. WESTER Phone 189-J—Office IIP Young St.