Newspaper Page Text
fHt OLD HOME TOWN RegirtmdU.S. Patent Offic* fiy STANLEY
y 11 gj MAYOR Doouttle \ 1 // ' ffl . ARRIVING AT THB FAIR- I// ill // Z' \ GROUNDS TO PAY To IO h \ ///S sco** V MAKfE MIS annual M^^U SE^ EN / SPEHCH A BVT late Mp ) INTO A LOT OF -oc-^Dl^Wc > REO- blue and : " n-m ' - - J-S /, . ■ / ■ > ■ / //■', '/ / ■ ©|S3<» LEE W STANLE-t CEN-TRAi- PRESS SI9- SCOTT SCRAPBOOK - - By R, J. Scoff 4e. --a .^va MINISTER. , JsS\\ '' IS STH im \ I p^/me. ORDER. OF- j M/AJiS'fkp. jA flfr" MACDONAU) A. W MARYLAND WAS <U£ ROVAL NAMED AFTER THE FAMILY OF \ r “/ OF CHARLES O: f qREAT BRITAIN- IMMEDIATELY HENRIE'ffX MARIA, WHO WAS <HE after royalty come the daughter of henry of Navarre Ss“of CA^fk RBURV, FI T‘ EN<SI -' SH ROMAN CA_TKOL,C The archbishop of york and settlement in America was made in then the prime minister Maryland in i634-- , This colony was tT\e_ , nuM. Ito 4, Oi OnUal Fr«. Aaaocat,.* In* FIRST To EXTEND RELIGIOUS TOLERATION IN AMS:! ETTA KETT Old Soft) By PAUL ROBINSON I II 1 ypsaarfl' IP fetsT-saN UP IH IT TOO J' I J FAR ENOUGH - | jRH A\\ Ji k Fi %6 - !! Z J MMC CHANGED ! (—> l r~ ■) pur MB r (A sl \] Au. right V J , v^ =^^_y - v . J 7 . J — - ===K r ~— J to it oerooE r M NoureotD XlXr'L/X'y U tt ~_ l l ■ ■■ - I’— , ■“ ' 'V ■„■ --,. _ THE GUMPS —EVERY LITTLE BIT HELPS r - --. „ —„ \~7 f 'tup»c- "X T VM AFRAID ANY ADVANCt] A THOUSAND f NOT ANOTHER to . f 6rOOD \ [ GOOD J / ToAYAT ALL \ ( SETTLEMENT WOULD BE DOLLARS / X( NYORD ABOUT* \T, N MILLION (AnT OK THE yy MRS *^L E ? T \ I POO oa ■rAfacr 1 IMPOSSIBLE -MfclDt moss ON* SPLENDID- Y MRS destross- DOLLARS- \CASE YET »sX THE HEARINCx ON IWE \ \ FOR US TO CaET BO T * T s OKiL y MATTER YOU DON'T REALIZE \ FOR A WOMAN SO NEAR AND YET / l CERTAINLY COULD ) INJUNCTION PROCEEDINGS ) ADVANCE I OF a PEW DOLLARS, I'LL SE HOW A SMALL SUM/ WHO WLL SOON SO FAR- MAMA USE SOME OFTHAT / |LL taXE PLACE / ( /\ DEUOMTEt) TO ADVANCE LIKE WILLHAVE TEN MILLIONS, AMD MILL) EC AH [SIO,OOAOOO RIOHT J WEEK-AND )) FT _ C V TOO AS MUCH AS YOU A THOUSAND ALMOST SEE THE !X NOW- W |p WE CAN TIE UP h‘J TUE 'i&fsr* EfcC> SMALL ENOUOM MONET in 'THE I BIM GaUMPS fortune/ l HENDERSON, (N. 0.) DAILY DISPATUH, SATURDAY, MAY 19,1984 A<?veQNooN y Heu€ 5 so£ p»vo i Bais i A PFVsS "To j | CAvT BfM-L G-PiHIE / &o I Hcvoe a <sooo y i T*f~ie / wiLue r LoT °f —— WctK la #TT 7 / V DO ! ~n 'ST/ ~7/ — 90* 5. E=Z- // ?°<u. - <5 * ,fj Aoah Alumskuu. ;*> £vl* B^r - DEAR. NOAH=lf DIK\A N VA ANO K\OS£ vwfefee: MAR-Rieo, v/oold THe UTTL£ OMES BE dynamos? <^.F,kI|?KMAN y NASHVU-i_3-„ , TE.\i/>i. DEAfe NOAH= IF THE DlNEfe CAMT PAY HIS PUNCH CHECK, SHOULD "THE WAITEfe STICSic: AfeOLSNO UNTIP 'THE COFFEE SETTLES? U.M-F-SA,N P)Eso, CALIp. SelsjO iH -TCUtS NUiVis'TjeAs' To QI.& N6AH iIG SISTER An Idea By LES FORGRAVE ARei»T YOU LV(SO (iHEM), >/ou W LET T*AcrNTs OOTVAE D.R V 'i .jiork. GOW4TOU6LP / OOH‘T NEtOMe. I'M NOSOCy'S %E«\|ft>4T. A ' ; ' CLEfcW LLL NN/MT POU TOO O.SEE'. \NHT D\OU'T . CSM&, Vjp, m\t«l? j.-\DO'«HB'<Tv*E , \NE 6RWS OOPL I'.'. ':. ji I'i- LL xm uc\kil onrw ''V VAv-\Y, \T‘*S READY TO FWIIV S^fY 1 . wo 'NLWL-t ftJOtCE>ro BE.FI COOL© TvAH DEEP PLfXCH . GE J VX -ts B Aoam Numskuu, - —.- PEAfe N<PAH= IF A shoemaker, wants To SHOES that WILL PAST LONGER, WHY DONT HE MAKE HIS LAST LONGjEfc? J.M. FORSYTH, SAN DlE<3©' CAL, DEAR NOAH- WHEN A MAN <EjETS IN A PICKLE is He Soured on ~the NWDRPD? T£enHT7n~ A,M. CARoTrtefts4vnu« MOLINTA.VvJ, / k.T.tTt. -rsraiM 1 * N/ ) NOW»-» NOTIONS in ■■■!■—-. mi /(oah Nvmskuwl y* caht- hEuf A/\y\ * you-YoOWc > PT, D^ilrn^^l»*Oootrtmbo THE DOCTORS SKILL SAVES MANY A BUT DONT YOU THINK Most Blood tRAHS FUSIONS ARE MAbifi IN VEIN'? O.H-C . NASHVILI-E^TBNNP, DEAR N OAH DOB’S. RED CORN MAKE THE MOON 3HlNfe MORi BftILUANT? WEBS TCCTARS DUUjTHyMINN,-..,. -, SSND IN TOUR NUiH* IDEAS TO PEAR OLD NOAH- PAGE SEVEN Dispatch WANT ADS Get Results I SELL MAY TAG WASHERS AND service. A. M. Evans, Hotel Greensboro, Greensooro, N. C. 19=ltl JUST RECEIVED A LOAD OP oranges, grapefruit and fresh veget ables. Edwards Fruit Stand, North Garnett. St 18-2 ti TRADE YOUR OLD (STOVE OR ICE box for a slightly used coal or wood range or refrigerator. Libera l . terMs if desired. Home Furniture Ex change, 103 Garnett street. Phone 80. 18-3 ti EARN GOOD MONEY COPYING names, addresses for mail| order firms. Home spare time, unnecessary. No canvassing. Write Circle Advertising. 401 Broadway, New York. 19-ltL DUE TO THE CONDITION OF MY health, am forced to sell all of my bees and bee supplies at once. C. M. Hight. Henderson, N. C., phone 689-J. 16-4 ti. MISS LIZZIE LEWIS, 223 TURNER avenue, wants table boarders. Good home cooking, reasonable rates. Spe cial Sunday dinners. 19-2 ti. WANTED TO BUY TWcT~USED fire extinguishers. Only two and one half gallon sizes wanted. Must be in good condition and cheap for cash. Address Fire Extinguisher, care Dispatch. 18-3 ti JOHNSON’S AND OLD ENGLISH Wax, pure shellac, white and orange and denatured alcohol at “The Place of Values” good varnish and ground coat too. Alex S. Wakins. HAVE 600 YARD TOBACCO PLANT bed for sale. Will set 10 acres. Plant ready for field. G. W. Hayes, Route 5, Louisburg, N. C. 19lti PLANT® FOR SALE—NANCY HALL and Porto Rica potato, cabbage, to mato and sweet peppers, home grown. A. J. Cheek, 139 Belle Street, Phone 389. 19-ltl A GUARANTEED PURE LINSEED oil, lead and zinc paint at ‘“The Place of Values”. Ready mixed for only $3.00 per gallon. Alex S. Wat kins. 19-lti FOR RENT TWO FIVE ROOM apartments separate entrances, new ly painted inside and out, good loca tion. Four room furnished apart ment, Belle street. Five-room house, Walnut street. A1 B. Wester, Insur ance Rentals. Phone 139-J. 19-2 t. VISIT OUR DISPLAY OF~ELECTRI caI refrigerators. Compare ma chi. es— compare p”ioe«. Lowest in terest charges in entire city. Loughlin-Goodwyn, phone 118. 16-ts NOTICE—HAVE REOPENED MY dress making shop. Plain or fancy sewing solicited. 303 Gary street. Phone 9, Mrs. Roy B. Dickerson. It. AUTHORIZED AUTOMOTIVE RA diator service. We clean, lepair ot recore any make of raditov. Motot Sales Co. 29-ts GROCERY STOKE;*, 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 FORECLOSURE SALE By virtue of the power contained in a Deed of Trust executed by E. L. Stone, Thelma Stone and Julian Stone recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of ance County in Book 151, at Page 439 default having ibeen maos in the payment of.the debt.therein se cured on request .of the holder <of the same, I will offer for'sale fjorcksh, by public auction at the Court House door in Henderson, N. C., to the highest bidder, on the 6th day of June, 1934, the following described property: All that certain 100 acres land in Kittrell Township, Vance County, N. 0., touched on North by lands ot Blands and Kittrells, on West by lands of Peter Gill, and South by Peter Gili and described in deed from D. H. Gill and wife to Pattie D. Stone dated April 11, 1905, Book 43, Page 445», Vance County Registry, and same in herited by parties of the first pari, said E. L. Stone being the husband of Pattie D. Stone and Thelma and Ju lian Stone, their children. Pattie D. Stone died intestate in the year 1916. D. P. McDUFFEE, Trusted May 5, 1934. NOTICE OF SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION NORTH CAROLINA, VANCE COUNTY. , IN SUPERIOR COURT BEFORE THE CLERK Mrs. Ethel Bledsoe and husband, T. S. Bledsoe, vs. Mrs. Hattie Savage and husband, Rowland Savage; Cecil H. Farmer an wife, Luddie Farmer; Wm. Johnson, Mary Elizabeth Brume and husband, N. R. Brame; Paul Lee Huff (minor); and George A. Haste, Jr., trustee in bankruptcy for Cecil H. Farmer, Mrs. Lillian Farmer. The defendant, William Johnson, Will take notice that an action entitled as above has been commenced before the Clerk of Superior Court of Vance County, North Carolina, to partition the lands owned by the late E. L. Farmer, in which lands defendant William Johnson has an interest; 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 at the Court House in Henderson, North Carolina, on the 12th day of June, 1934, or with in 10 days thefeafter, and answer or demur to the complaint in said action, or the plaintiff will apply to the Court for thd relief demanded in said com plaint or petition. This 11th day of May, 1934. E. O. FALKNER, Clerk of Superior Court of V&nc4 Countjr.