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THE HOME TOWN Qy STANLEY
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1 mm buy in' a pound / V
(o' TUB BUTTER N'YOU
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'v .CIGARS AND S<A<ioK ON LAURJE ISLAND.
J& DRANK 5,000 SOUTH ORKNEVS ,15 <HE
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CHAMPAGNE- INHABITED PLACE ON
■■■**' * IN 5 YEARS EARTH
Monument erecTed at Gooch’s BRIDGE, DELAWARE, in commemoration ofThe
IrIRST UNPURUNG oFTHE STARS AND STRIPES IN BATTLE SEPTEMBER 5, HIT
ETTA KETT _ The Catch to It By PAUL* ROBINSON
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————— the GUMPS —SHAME ON YOU, ANDY AND MIN
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LAUOHINCi- EVERY WA& L I £*!£rL OF THE AHONE.Y WEY )\ OF HIM I.QN6- i , ’ . <) i PEOPLE &OOD To HAVE /
) ITHINK OF THAT GUMP \| I |SpECT TO OET FROAA THEtR (/ ENOU&H- , l\ LEECHES . / ITO WORK FOR A LIVINO /
( WO/aANI YESTERDAY— / / DEAR UNdJE-TMEY’LL; HAVE TO \l ! 1 \ FOR ACM A N6rE
SHE TRIED TO SNOB OS- / , P |uT THOSE TWO >N STRAiT* )\ **** NAD j | V FOK * t
THAT LOOK OF ENVY THAT/ \ Pin V4MEN V4E >WJN /(cd/SI £27 J I I Illl\ W \—
HENDERSON, (N. C.) DAILY DISPATt®, THURSDAY, APRIL 19 1934
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/hm i'Juhskuu. I Dietetics High in Scale
, . ■ Os the Exact Sciences
Wg) fa * By LOGAN CLENDENING, M. D. * ■ i i ,mn r*\
a,O' xrA THE BASIS OK the science of die- C<>J so 1
'' leties is. like the basis of ail sciences, V-V
baij#|L \\, a standard of measurement.. The rea- L
£&&\ son i ,oetr y ,s not a science ls that
j \ } while you can / \
i ' !ay * Keats * < " We j |ji|
F-. C-o. ....... AQ — _._ you cannot an- T j |
MOTHS IN OVER STUFFED HR r |V 'Exactly how I
FURNITURE I beautiful Is it?" * —*-
* > TOUR Wm Physics is a scl- A calorie is the amount of en-
P 'pomf L< mv l ence because you eryy which icill raise a ton one
—* N ~.
DEAR NOAM *IF A 4 ‘lt will take a lot , .
WOMAN IS <SUN SHY- fMßfr llMi of work ,0 P ul > k,lo f ram Rr of wat ® r on , e deg r e ?J®l. t 7n
\jutt I A M AS/.M WHH Hint vL APnn nn Siade. Most of us do not think in
W L A ~ il|Pii|HnEH that also terms of kilograms and degrees een-
S .U" R , having tlgrade. no matter how hard they
• _ M 'C.K— ( CLINTON IOWA- weighed the wa- liave 1)6611 tr y ins to set us t 0 at, °l )t
DEAR noah = vmoui-Pa „ and mcas ! the metric system, so it may be raort
SANKtfcNAIHOKMOWS HIS " rien.lenins ured the hill I » ra P hic t 0 that a calorie is th *
Noms.se cali.ec> IJr - Llendening uieci tne niik i amount of heat which wil , raiae two
Musician? J'C.elms exacUy go many foot . pounds to do pounds of water two degrees Fahren
>ji»»i work ** licit.
- , But \° exactly what *
l AW | matics to psychology, are scientific calor , l6 ls f^ e h Sha haVe h t0 fe ,i e Q J
or no » iust to the extent that you Other things besides food
/VJNvJvVh SL■= exa< ” y the o, ' era,,on! »” M«"SSSJT!KS
" 0n t^is basis dietetics ls pretty ories. A pound of coal about 4.000.
- W I high in the of the sciences. . Measurement of a calorie^ is don.
-TH<EW Ok! Its fundamental basis of measure- by usmg an apparatus which ex-
Hrnent is the calorie. Dietitians apply odes a 5°" lb in t s,de “ m « ta, 1 ca^
the term "calorie” to food values, but by water. The explosion
..... ♦ « of the bomb heats up the water and
It really is a measurement of heat In I ... . . . . . „
„ , , r* this rise in temperature can be meas
all physical science. It also, of ,
course, can be converted Into a me- ur6 ' „
, . . „ In mechanical terms, a calorie la
chamcal term of energy. amount of enenry which wi'i
By strict definition a calorie ts the . , f t
amount of heat whi«-h will raise one raise a ton one and a half feet '
TH6RMOiV\tTER fj W k E^lT(^’ S NOTE: Six P^^phleta
ut* U U • by Dr. Clendemng can row be ob
m* u i* |S » tained by sending 10 cents in coin, for
•r= V— . i each, and a self-addressed envelop*
\ I Kiir> / \ / stam P e(J with a three-cent stamp,
\ ' / \ i to Dr. Logan Clendening. in of
■(, V- —* -4 this paper. The pamphlets are:
duclng and Gaining." “Infant Feed«
A calorie Is the amount ot heat mg.” “Instructions for the Treatment
which icill raise one kilo of water of Diabetes," “Feminine Hygiene”
one dearxe re.ntiurade. and “The Care o” the Hair and Skin.”
« j Advertise For Results
<IG SISTER Reasons Forbid By LES FORGRAVE
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YOU OOtvl' V VJ I'VE. THOUGHT ot= COURSE YOU / YOU ANOTME
YOO'RE. NCPC GO'NCj VT OVER A*AO CAN 60. YdMV, vpt/ BOYS vAE-UE. VNVTU
TO ACCEPT < SaA.Y-\_Y J/\ I CAN'T BETH , TOO \J%7 tTOBOOV TO LOOK
VtsiNMTA-o.ovil GO. y y MOST GO! m/ AFTERYOO?I'OQE
'SAf J IF NNE:FE:L\_O\M*S COUIDN'T LOOK LJ BOT VsIHAY? V4UY I BETvA I TvAV‘S FS AN \ ‘
AFTER OOP.*SEUNte*S FOti A NNEEVC- j OPPORTOhiVTY YOO JQ-ST VAG*ST
OR*SO VNE'O BE.TUE MVSS. NAVAY DO YOU *RE.FO:St£ J
ONES. DON’T LET r X L TOGO? Tt
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\ but them- J are ) \~y fAT;
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PAGE SEVEN
Dispatch
WANT ADS
Get Results
TWO BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS
for sale on Highland Avenue, cash
or credit. Address P. O. Box 44.
17-4 ti.
STOLEN—SOW PIG, BLACK WITH
sandy spots, weighs about 75 lbs.
dressed; also black sow with white
-spots, weighs about 50 lbs. Finuer
notify Sheriff of Vance County.
19-lti
LOST OR STRAYED—MALE LIVER
and white pointer dog. Answers to
name ‘Jack”. Reward for informa
tion leading to recovery. J. T. Co
-zart, Jr., Oxford Road. 18-2 ti
WE HAVE PLENTY OF WHITE
gasoline for your spring cleaning.
Carolina Service Station, phone 504.
14-6 ti
PANSIES, VIOLAS, LARKSPUR,
English Daisies, Phlox Subulata,
Lilies, Hardy Verbena, SI.OO hun
dred, Perennial Phlox Salmon pink
and red, 60c dozen. Postpaid. Va
rina Plant Co., Varina, N. C. 19-lti.
VISIT OUR DISPLAY OF ELECTRI
caI refrigerators. Compare ma
chn es— compare price- Lowest in
terest charges in entire city.
[Loughlin-Goodwyn, phone 118.
16-ts
AUTHORIZED AUTOMOTIVE RA
i diator service. We clean, tepair or
recore any make of raditov. Motor
Sales Co. 28-ts
FOR SALE 50 LB. CAPACITY
three compartment refrigerator m
good condition. If interested wrile
P. O. Box 184, Henderson.
19-lti
FOR SALE—GOOD MILK COw!
Will have at my house all season'
Standard Fertilizer of Williamston
or will deliver at your house. E.
M. Newman. 18-2 ti
SPECIAL—UNTIL BTJRTHJER No
tice, ladies’ half soles 45c, men’s
49c, men’s rubber heels 20c, chil
dren’s half soles 35c and 49c. Cut
Rate Shoe Shop. 17-ts,
NOTICE, SPRAY MATERIAL FOR ‘
sale. Dritomic sulphur will take
care of your summer sprays. Spe
cial prices on large quantities. G.
W. Eaves, Henderson, Phone 3704.
16-18-21
GROCERY STORES, FISH 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
RE-SALE OF LAND
An advanced bid having been made
of five per cent on that certain sale
made by the undersigned as trustee,
on the 12th day of April, 1934, by au
thority of law in cases of advanced
sales and under and by virtue of a
certain deed of trust executed by E.
L. Stone, Thelma Stone, and Julian
Stone, and recorded in the office of
the Register of Deeds for Vance Coun
ty in Book 151, at page 439, default
having been made in the payment of
the debt therein secured, I shall of
fer for sale for cash by public auc
tion at the courthouse door in Heiv
derson, N. C., to the highest ibidder
on the 4th day of May, 1934, the fol
lowing described property, the bidding
to begin at $551.25:
All that certain 100 acres land in
Kittrell Township, Vance County, N.
C., bounded on North by lands of
Blanks and Kittrell on West by lancis
of Peter Gill, and South by Peter
Gill, and East by Parks et al, it be
ing the identical same land contain
ed and described in deed from D.
H. Gill and wife,to .Pattie D. Stone
dated April, 1905, j Bobk 43, page 445,
Vance County Registry, and same in
herited by parties of the first payt,
said E. L. Stone being the husband
of Pattie D. Stone, and Thelma and
Julian Stone, their children, Pattie D.
Stone died intestate in the year 1910.
D. P. McDUFFEE, Trustee.
CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION.
State of North Carolina:
Department of State:
To All to Whom These Presents May
Come —Greeting:
Whereas, It appears to my satisfac
tion, by duly authenticated record of
the proceedings for the voluntary dis
solution thereof by the unanimous
consent of all the stockholders, de
posited in my office, that the TuckeT
Clothing Company, a corporation of
this State, whose principal office is
situated at No. 227 Garnett Street, in
the City 'of Henderson, County, of
Vance, State of North Carolina (J. H.
Tucker being the agent therein and
in charge thereof, upon whom process
may be served), has complied with the
requirements of Chapter 22, Con
solidated Statutes, entitled “Corpora
tions,” preliminary to the issuing of
this Certificate of Dissolution.
Now Therefore, I Stacy W. Wade,
Secretary of State of Nortn Carolina,
do hereby certify that the said cor
poration did, on the 28th day of Oc
tober 1933, file in my office a duly
executed and attested consent in writ
ing to the dissolution of said corpora
tion, executed by all the stockholedrs
thereof, which said consent and the
record of the proceedings aforesaid
are now on file in my said office as
provided by law.
In Testimony Wthereof, I have here
to. set my hand and affixed my offi
cial seal at Raleigh, this 28th day of
October, A. D. 1933.
STACY W. WADE,
Secretary of State.
Louis P. Dunn Co.
(Insurance, Real Estate Loans.
Phones:
Office .. 289; Residence .. 71S-W

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