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/m. PROPIETOR ) TO PAY AS HIGH \ ( HERE'S THE MENU ) / ? S -T*°°ENTS A PLATE y TOO, FOR l FOR OUR CLASS / ( DEAWIUE repp po COCh:TA| L ALA ] (OF 1901 REUNION \ BEEF BROTH NAPOLEONI. \ LONCKPON J ) mT? a? 57i HD ,a REL,SHEs ; FILET y '- / ( PotatofTT?° RF SALA D / sherbet / A OITwIM^ FFED CEI -ERV AMD / <^l -*VES / STRAWBERPV —J—. *—^ PROFIT AWD LOS?- - L.e« w. gT>ANt-»Y CSSWAL. PRtSt ly-_ 4- -3>*f [SCOTT’S SCRAPBOOK - - By R. J. Scott 1— 1934. Central Pies» Association, ■ . , If <he ‘j'TAmps used »n u.<; m ih like VEAR WERE PLACED END 'To END ,<«EV *£**"*? - WALLOON j 0M HIS \RPLANE £<RU C<U RE<> , IN PROPORTION "To WEIGHT, ARE "THE s<ROHqEsr KNOWM ii'i'l A KETI Sweet Mystery By PAUL" ROBINSON' IT mn CeTPI SAKS -Wreeß|||[|llll[llllßll 1 ( |'M NOT Afr?AlO OAD- | ~ SOMir JOLi JUST f=QUOW THAT If ill I ON NN HEELS AGAIH a I T THATS 'SVsIELI -A I VMILL NOW PIEAW ’ EYEFUL ArZCUNO." I A LAODET2 RIGHT" I I tJTe whTte TeaThYr ___ ATTORNEY ARE \ s 10,000,000.- HE / ( OONT BUTT l AND YOU KSEP ) OUT ONE CENT | DOWN ’THERE- ] WANTS TO OFFER \\ INOMHIS \ OUT OF THIS- A WITHOUT PUTT!NO S /( TO HAVE YOUR / AVJO BIM IS TALKING; THE/A- IF H£ DOg- H AFFWR& . 1 ANt > DON'T SaYJ \UP A FI&HT- //HEAB EKAMIKIEtW—^ &?\ ABOUT MAKING A \ l'l_V_ OalS/g. L ONE WORD- X ~- O'OU LISTEN ( J Tou NEED >AMN- M \ SETTLEMENT- ToUKE HKSJMEVER/ 7° -?VS®>OT© ME • 6£t’HN6 THE /\ A GUARWAN-/ nTx- HENDERSON, (N. C.) DAILY DISPATCH, FRIDAY MAY 4, 1934 OUR YESTERDAYS— When Chicago Cubs Held Supremacy in Baseball \\’i[h ” bitiation^ ' 1 y|g ' jjj& IN , jv Lt S-TO JHANCE! ” Such was • a familiar ihrase in the descriptive running iccount of baseball games played *y the Chicago Cubs shortly after fee turn of the century. _ The phrase Advertise In The Dispatch MG SISTER A Surprise Attack By LES FORGRAVE HEY, -SALLE.: I V=> A I NNIAS. JUST wWjk NirrFx? Jg bAT FRVE.HD, f THE CARPET TV UR'S COKAtkVo ONER, BETw nnOOD. J\ DAUGHTER 1 . I TO “SEE. TOO. \ HEARD*SRE_ \N£*S EVER BEEU OH Y* "/ VE*S,*tnMO T GOOOi LET’S HORSE fiJ'f OR THREE “SEE V-AONM VOO / HVT A. V*’J3wfe * K”' referred to the double put-outs of i this famous trio of infielders —Joe Tinker at shortstop. Johnny Evei » i at second base, and Frank Chance i at first base So fast were they in executing the double cl** tfu»' few 1 i i .i ic runners in the game ever could Teat out the combination and reach bases in safety The trio formed part of the ‘stonewall infield which' helped to win the National league title in 1906, l*i ri Jliwi and 1910 PAGE SEVEN Dispatch WANT ADS Get Results DON’T FORGET THE REXALL ONE Cent Sale hour special Saturday, 2 to 3 p. m., 50c Jonteel Face Powder and two 50c Jonteel Creams for 55c, one hour only. Parker’s Drug Store. The Rexail Store. 4-lti VISIT OUR DISPLAY OF ELECTRI caI refrigerators. Compare ma chi. es—compare prices Lowest in terest charges in entire city. Loughlin-Goodwyn, phone 118. 16-ts FOR SALE RING-NECK PHEAS ant eggs, $1 per doz. Ring-neck pheasnants $5 per pair. Phone 696. J. M. Woodlief. 3-sti FOR SALE lOO BUSHELS OF Coker Cleveland 884 —4 certified cot ton seed, SI.OO per bushel. C. W. Grissom, Kittrell, N. C. 2-4 ti AUTHORIZED AUTOMOTIVE RA diator service. We clean, lepair of recore any make of raditor. Motot Sales Co. 2,*-tt FOR RENT GARNETT STREET building formerly occupied by lnamv trial Bank and Citizens Realty and Loan Company. Apply W l . H. Flem ing, Trust Department, Citizens Bank and Trust Company. l-eod-3ti REAL VALUES IN LAWN MOWERS at “The Place of aVlues”, also a good stock of lawn hose. Alex S. Watkins, “Where uality Tells and <■ Prices Sell.” 4-lti FOR HEMSTITCHING, PIOOTING, dress making, suits, ladle* coats. Everything made to measure. Satis- i faction guaranteed. See Eatelle Wal ston. E. G. Davis and Sons Store. Phone 141 Mond-Fri-tf REXALL ONE CENT SALE ALL this week—more than 225 big One Cent Sale bargains—Hear One Cent Sale program over WPTF at 9 a. m. Parker’s Drug Store. The Rexail iStore. 2-3 ti COMPLETE LINE OF WOOD’S field and garden seed. Can also fur nish tomato and cabbage plants any time. H. B. Newman. 3r-2u LOOK! MOTOR OILS! 847 N. GAR nett St., for all cars and trucks— guaranteed at highest speed 11c qi.» why pay more, save the differenece, also White Gas for cars, stoves, lamps, etc. 3-3tt GROCERY STORES, FISH DEAL ers and others can save money on their wrapping paper by buying old j, papers for lUc per bundle at the Dispatch office. Also fine for kind ling fires. iy 1 1 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE By virtue of power contained in a ! certain deed of trust executed on Feb ruary Bth, 1922, iby J. E. Hunt and re corded in the office of the Register of deeds of Vance County in Book 104, at Page 558, default having been made in the payment of the debt therein se cured, I will sell by public auction, to the highest bidder, for cast, at t*** court house door in Henderson, N. C., at 12 o’clock, noon, on the 4th day of June, 1934, the following described property: Begin at a stake on blanch, J. E. Kimball new corner, run thence N 4 E along line of Mrs. Woody and T. J. Richardson 78.94 chains to North Car olina-Virgin ia state line, thence along said State line N 8b 1-2 W 18.62 chaini to Richardson corner thence S 4 W 28.00 chains to Richardson corner on Crawley road hence along the North Westerly 20.24 chains to stake and stone, thence S 4 W 20.04 chains to iron pin, thence N 87 W 25.06 chains to iron pin, thence S 5 W 32.58 chains to Kimball new corner on branch, thence along said branch as it meand ers to beginning, ; containing 354 acres mure or lefes. This 4th day of May, 1934. W. B. PARHAM, Trustee. NOTICE Application will be made to the Gov ernor of North Carolina for a parole for Demus Harris who was tried in the January term of Superior Court, 1929, and was sentenced to ten to fif teen years. H. E. WHITE, Attorney. ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE. Having qualified before the Clerk of Vance County Superior Court as Ad ministrator of the estate of Donnie L. Reames, deceased, late of the county of yance, this is to notify all persons having claims against said estate to present them to me within twelve months from date of this notice or this notice will be pleaded in bar of any recovery thereof. All persons indebted to said estate will please come forward and make immediate settlement. This 12th day of April, 1934. AL. B. WESTER, Admr. J. M. Peace, Ally. NOTICE OF SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION NORTH CAROLINA, VANCE COUNTY. Alleen Perry vs. Bartlett Perry The defendant, Bartlett Perry, will take notice that an action entitled as above has been commenced in the Su perior Court of Vance County, North Carolina, for divorce absolute on the grounds of two years separation, and the said defendant will further take notice that he is required to appear at the office of the Clerk of Superior Court of said County in the court house in Henderson, North Carolina, on the 25th day of May, 1934, and answer or demur to the complaint in said action, or the plaintiff will apply to the court for relief demanded in said complaint. This the 25th day of April, 1934. E. O. FALKNER, Clerk of Superior Court Vance County.