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SCOTT’S SCRAPBOOK,-. .j, » By R. J. Scott to. u N p£ft OF -tftE BEU--SHAPED ***** LTTA KETT _ . The End of a Hot Trail! By PAUL ROBINSON 'JUfTE.-I.IN <3 CATS." THe'iW \ 7 f thp, } f VIMORLOOK? * I *NT 1 | 4 * OuJ6 SEDAN I cOMS ON- OPEn] • DAO in THAT MtAOED TOYJAC2 o TOVvin - I "THAT THE. CAE2. IM FRONT I All f2iqht - LQo\<S THAT VAULT AND n CAR COM 6ON *[ 1 Bui THEN HAO FNE V OFIHE r ~ ' UVcfe THEN MAKS. IT'SNAPPV - [ r//E GU M P S—HOW / WHEN I THINK 7^isssis: c <ss sssQ I ™t i i sss^ll \ “Mother also / \ j yours- M \ / DijjV \ so \ s&uweto j U M>U - IE ~ iH x\ I l/n”* 1 t THAT I Ruweo AU- we ».y HENDERSON, (N. C.) DAILY DISPATtffI, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1934 ' When Rudolph Valentino, Handsome Film Hero, 'Tht Stat’ Above, Rudolph Valentino, sheik hero oi mo\ ?*■ ieland; right. Valentino and Agnes Av re*, in |||||||||iWp *’Hln P a scent- from "The Sheik" THE RAGE for long-pompadour haircuts, and the fascination of the fairer sex for love stories about •heiks, deserts and Arabs reached the zenith back in 1920 when Rudolph Valentino, tall and handsome screen actor, appeared in “The Sheik”, a story of a torrid love in a torrid cli mate. The male members of his au •*IG SISTER Halt Who Goes There? By LES FORGRAVE WHM A. PLF.CEI YMCT ~- g:J VIE f_A.U"T HEEP \MHAT \rl itt A PL6,CE! M.IGHTY H / AND ViIHOCT V THEY THINK.WE'RE K* ff ,-.2tC=£f * RICH PEOPLE LIVE JJ VJIULTMEY I HMeTOOeuNEW Jr VSf l »N WERE,BETH! sr-'VI TvAiMKTO < PECKY.AMO , WAIT A bA\MOTE,OAD! 7 HOLOOn! U NME nJAUT V ARE V£? vJEII 'STOP' *SOAEONE VIAHTSI HOLD ON 1 "TO ( VE\E GOT A MEP.QE TO SPEAK TO US! 4 NNHAT'S THE OELVQEP- \ UP Th NAAVM iHTvtAT t —rIiA IDEA? —«^r— l. —-—w THING. / * Copyright. - j i diences were inclined to boo Rudy for his portrayal of a sheik, but not so with his feminine admirers, who, generally, sat entranced by the desert spectacle and his methods of aident wooing . , \ BIOGRAPHY —Rudolph Valenti- no was born in Castellaneta. Italy, and began an acting career at an early age. After appearing Tn vaudeville, he entered the movies and made his way to s’tardom in his role as Julio in the “Four Horsemen of th* Apocalypse" At the height of hi«'Sopuiarity. Valen tino died in 1926. PAGE SEVEN Dispatch WANT ADS Get Remits MME. D L. DURHAM AND MR. il Li. Smithy, State Board Inspector cf Raleigh, visited the colored Beauty Shops April 6th. t-ltt AUTHORIZED AUTOMOTIVE RA diator service. We clean, repair or recore any make of raditor. Motor Sales Co. 28-ts UP TO $20.00 PAID FOR INDIAN Head Cents: Half-Cents, $125.00; Large ‘ Copper Cents, $500.00, etc. Send dime for list. Roman Coin Shop, “A” Springfield, Mass. 7-1 SPECIAL MAGAZINE*" OFFER "T. House and Garden with American Golfer year, $5; with Asia, $5; with Vogue, $6.50. Place your order now Miss Carrie Burton, Phone 147. 7-2tt LADIES! IT’S TIME TO SHELLAC wax your floors for spring. Phone 33. “The Flace of Values.” Alex S. Yatkins. “Where Quality Tells and Prices Sell.” ,7-lti. PLANT ENGLISH PEAS, SNAP ibeans, Butter Beans, Beets, Kale, radish, rape, turnip, cabbage, carrot, lettuce and various other - seed now. Our stock is complete. Parker s Drug Store. The Rexall Store. 6-4 ti LOST PATR WHITE GOLD glasses in black case last night be tween Young street and Stevenson Theatre. Reward to finder if. re turned to Daily Dispatch. 7-lti FOR RENT —THREE ROOM Up stairs apartment with bath, close in, price $lO per month. Phone 341-W. 6 2ti OUR SEEDS ARE THE BP3T OB tainable, as they are seed that have been carefully grown by an or ganization with over forty years ex perience in seed growing. Parker’J Drug Store. The Rexall Store. ,7-3 ti I.OUGHLIN-GOODWYN - AUTHOR ized Dealer—Majestic and Philco Radios. Complete service facilities to render factory service, large stock of parts for al' makes. Phono 118. 15-ts LADIES* POC’KETBOOKS A N D Shoes Dyed any color. Guaranteed to stay on. We are experts on ladies cement whole soles or half soles. Baker’s Shoe Repair. Phone 9119. WE ARE HEADQUARTER’S FOR garden and flower seed. We get the best seed obtainable and they are tested as to purity and germim* tion. Parker’s Drug Store. Thu Rexall Store. 6-2 ti THE FLIES ARE COMINgT ITS screen time now. Here you will fin 4 a complete stock of screen wire, screen material, screen doors and screen hardware. Alex S. Watkins. “The Place of Values.” 7-ltl FORECLOSURE NOTICE OF SALE. Under and by virtue of power con tained in that certain deed of trust executed by Maggie Harris Sneed and C. Wl Sneed, her husband, on the 16th day of April 1932, and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Vance County in book 172 at page 40, default having been made in the payment of the debt therein secured, at the request of the holder of the same, I will sell, by public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the Court House door in Henderson, Vance County, N. C., at 12 o’clock, noon on the 16th day of April 1934 the following described property. Adjoining the lands of G. Alma Harris, J. A. Kelly, Warrenton Road, and Seaboard Air Line Railroad, Be gin at a stake, Robert Crozier old cor ner, on the west side of the Seaboard Air Line Railway and forty feet from its center, thence West 172 feet to middle of Henderson-Warrenton Road thence North 32 degrees East sixty feet to a stake, thence South 75 de grees East one hundred and fifty seven feet more or less to Seaboard Air Line right of way, thence South 29 degrees West along said right of way fifteen feet to the beginning, this being that piece or parcel of land conveyed by George Alma Harris and wife to W. H. Harris and wife Maggie L. Harris. This 16th day of March, 1934. JOHN B. CRUDUP, Trustee. If interested see T. S. Kittrell, Reilr derson, N. C. 16-23-30-6 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINaT~ DEPARTMENT OF STATE. Certificate of Dissolution. To All To Whom These Presents May Come—Greeting: , Whereas, it appears to my satisfac tion, by duly authenticated record of the preoeedings for the voluntary dis solution thereof by the unanimous consent of all the stockholders, de posited in my office that the Coca- Cola Bottling Company of Henderson, Incorporated, a corporation of thil* state, whose principal office is situat ed in Henderson, Vance County, North Carolina (D. W. Seifert being the agfent there and in charge thereof, upon whom process may be served), has complied with the requirements of Chapter 22, Consolidated Statutes of North Carolina, entitled “Corpora tions,” preliminary to the issuing of this certificate of dissolution: Now, Therefore, I, Stacy W. Wade, Secretary of State of the State of North Carolina, do hereby certify that the said corporation did, on the 26th day of March, 1934, file in my office a duly executed and attested consent in writing to the dissolution of saia Corporation, executed by all the stockholders thereof, which said con sent and the record of the proceed ings aforesaid are now on file in my office as provided by law. In testimony whereof, I have here to set my hand and affixed by official seal at Raleigh, N. C., this 26th day of March, 1934. , (Signed) STACY W. .WADE, Secretary of State.