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HENDERSON DAILY DISPATCH
Established August 12, WU.
Published Every Afternoon Except
Sunday by
muiNHEKSON DISPATCH CO, INC.
at 109 l'oung Street
■JCNRY A. DENNIS, Pres, and Editor.
M. L. FINCH, Sec-Treas and Bus Mgr.
telephones
Editorial Office JWJ
Society Editor ® AU
Business Office •
lire Henderson Daily Dispatch is a
member of tho Associated Press, j
Boulliern Newspaper Publishers Asso
ciation and the North Carolina Press
Association.
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an titled to use for republicatiou all
news dispatches credited to it or nol
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CHRIST TOR At-'Ht... TOR CHRIST
(BieUfetKarw
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SPIRITUAL, FOOD: Lubour not for
the meat which porisheth, hut for tho i
meat which endureth unto everlasting
life, which the Son of man shall give
unto you: for him hath God the Fath
er scaled. —John C: 27.
y IOIVY y
TO DA Y’S AN NIV K ItSAltl ES
j SO9 Chopin famous Polish com
poser and pianist, born. Died Oct. 17. j
1849. j
IHU9 Cornelius K. Garrison, noted
American financier of his day, born
at West Point, N. Y. Died May 1.
1885
1832 Frederic R. Coudert. noted
New York City Lawyer, born there.
Died Dec. 21). 03
183a (100 years ago) John James
Plait. governor clerk, U. S. consul ]
in Ireland. Ohio poet and journalist, j
born in Dearborn Co.. Tnd. Died in j
Cincinnati. Feb. 10. 1917.
1837 William Doan Howell, dis
tinguished novelist, editor and lead
er in American letters, born in Bel
mont Co.. Ohio. Died ?") New York.
May 11. 1920.
1861 —Henry Harland, New York
City and London. England, author. ,
born in Russia. Died in Italy, Dec. I
20. 1905.
1880—LyUon Miachey, famed Eng
lish biographer, born. Died Jan. 21. i
1932
TODAY IN HISTORY
588- Traditional date of death of
St. David, bishop and patron saint of 1
Wales.
1781 —Articles of Confederation for
4 he general rro'cernmeri*’ of the Colo
ni«>, edified.
bv I ri‘e id' nt T\ I :; - .
1 *67 Nebraska admitted iu stale
hood.
1932 —Charles A. Lindbergh Jr., 19
months old, kidnapped from his home.
TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS
Lionel Atwlll, actor, born in Eng
land, 50 years ago.
Rear Admiral Charles S. J. Butler,
Navy doctor, born at Bristol, Tenn.,
60 years ago.
Henry A. Wood of New York City,
noted inventor of machinery for the
printing trade, born there, 69 years
ago.
Dr. Arthur C. Millspaugh, political
scientist, onetime financial adviser
to Persia and Haiti, born at Auguata,
Mich., 52 years ago.
Edmund Duffy of Baltimore, poli
tical cartoonist, born in Jersey City,
N. J„ 36 years ago.
Morris W. Wilson, president of the
Royal Bank of Canada, born at Lun
enburg g, N. K., 52 years ago.
TODAY’S HOROSCOPE
This day gives an analytical mind
capable of digging the heart out of
things. There will he much caution,
and a disposition to be reticient about
personal affairs, but an eagerness to
impart knowledge concerning the
things in which the native is inter
ested. Emotional and Sensitive, yet
practical and firm in pursuit of the
desired end, and with a strong love
of home.
ANSWERS TO
IEN QUESTIONS
See Back Page
1. An insane desire to take life..
2. Japan.
3. An alloy of copper and zinc.
4. The green coloring matter in plants
6. Spanish explorer.
6. South Africa.
7. John Howard Payne.
8. Elba.
9. Brazil.
10. The Eiffel Tower
□GYPSY GlßL7©\]
jßSfog. THE STORY OF AN IMPASSIONED
if lad rnt s rmsT.-
Consuelo, a beautiful gypsy gtrl
aho longs to dance with all the
world at her feet, is loved by the
Dummy, a deaf mute, and Marcu-
She despises her mother, Anica, but
is fond of her father, Qirtza. Marcu
tempts Consuelo with a huge dia
mond and she agrees to marry him
Just as Girtza notices Consuelo’s
ring, which she tells him she has
stolen, the sheriff appears. Be pro
ceeds to haul the gypsies into court
hut Vonsuelo is no longer wearing
the ring,
I SOW (JO ON WITH THE STORY )
CHAFTER S
s GT'OTK-F 1 yen mi?ht have
;a k«* it away from her when vou )
saw itr* the Judge asked.
The sheriff’s face turned redder.
••i couldn't —" he stammered the
painful admission. "Ask Bert and
Fred, they was with me. They seen
her bite at me." He cleared his
throat. ’’But she’s got K on her
some place. She ain’t had a chance
to give it away. I’d have seen her.
Gosh, judge, it was a diamond as
big as my thumb nail and a brand
new shiny one. She’s got it on her."
••All right, then, search the girt."
The sheriff stepped back.
"Who. me?" He shook his head
vigorously. "Not me, Judge, not
me'”
The judge turned to the clerk.
“Get my wife and Mrs. Mortimer
and tell them to come here immedi
ately." He turned to the girt. ;
"What’s your name?"
"Consuelo."
•You danced yesterday, didn’t
you ?*’
She nodded.
■This man says yon have a rtag,
a large diamond ring. In a few min
utes there will be two ladles here to
search you and If you want to save
yourself some embarrassment, yon
can give me that ring now. I dare
say that even a gypsy wouldn’t
throw away the evidence if that evi
dence happens to be a valuable ring,
do you might as well give it to me."
Consuelo stared at him, her look
sultry.
•Well, H you wont, we have ways
and means to make you, you know.
Did you steal the ring from this
♦own? Come, now, answer my ques
tions. I warn you. you had better
give roe the ring. H yd*i will, I
promise not to be toe hard with
you."
There was no answer from the girl,
Just a steady, defiant look on her
face.
At this point the crowd made way
for the clerk and two women who
followed close behind him.
’’Good morniug, ladies. George,
here, says this gypsy girl has a large
diamond ring. I'd thank you if you’ll
take her into the jury chamber and
get it."
Mrs. Mortimer, a determined coun
try woman, marched through the
gates and up to the jury door. But
the judge’s wife was not so deter
mined; in fact, she was not deter
mined at all. She made as if to pro
test but the judge motioned her on,
eo, gathering her skirts up In her
dainty fingers, she made a wide
circle around the gypsies and gained
the jury door.
"Co with them, young lady,” the
Judge ordered.
Feet apart, hands on hips, Con
suelo did not move.
Uneasiness appeared on the judge’s
face. Then to his astonishment the
gypsy girl laughed. With one quick
movement she stepped up and made
a deep bow before him.
"Dog of a white man’s judge, I
will do as you say, but you will wish
that you had let the Gypsy Con
suelo alone before I am through. I
spit on jour authority and curse you
for a. white son of a dog!" She
■poke ia Romany.
"Eh. what’s that you mawT Tha
EXECUTOR’S NOTICE.
Having qualified as executor of the
I rotate «■>f -Amanda Richardson, de
[c ased, late of Vance County, North I
' Carolina, this is to notify all persons i
i having claims against the estate of
j si i deceased to exhibit them to the
utiueroigned. at Henderson, on or be
fore the 15th day of February, 1936,
or this notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery. All persons indebted
to said estrte will please make im
mediate payment.
This 15th day of February, 1935.
IRVINE B. WATKINS,
Executor of the Estate of
Amanda Richardson.
EXECUTOR’S NOTICE.
Having qualified as Executor of the
estate of Warren Irving Thomas, de
ceased, late of the County of Vance,
this is notice to ail persons liavnig
claims against the estate to exhibit,
them to the undersigned at his home
in Vance County. N. C.. on or before
the 22nd day of February, 1937, or
this notice will be pleaded in bar to
same. All persons indebted to the es
tate will please make immediate set
tlement.
This 22nd day of February, 1935.
J. H. THOMAS,
Executor of the Estate of
Warren Irving Thomas.
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HENDERSON, (N. C.) DAILY DISPATCH, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1935
.. .. .
"All right, ties search the girl."
judge leaned forward.
"Anything you wish, gorgio," she
said Ut English. She stood erect,
eyto sparkling. Again her laugh
rang through the room and, turning
she walked toward the open door
where the two women awaited her.
She paused a minute and glanced
back at Girtza.
"You need not worry over this bad
one." Romany words to him. "I will
show these pigs how sharp are a
gypsy girl’s finger nails and how
strong her arms!"
As she disappeared through the
door, the sheriff turned the key in
the lock. He’d keep the gypsy in
there until the women got the ring,
and if they were a bit rough with
her it would serve the scamp right.
He’d not unlock the door for any
hollering. Nor did he—until—
see
A quarter of an hour or so later
when Marcu returned with the
horses he was met with a babble of
excited voices. His eyes took in the
propped axle. The maze of voices
settled to coherency.
Girtza, Consuelo, the sheriff. A
diamond ring. The gorgio jail. The
sheriff and his men with guns.
Marching off to town. Prisoners.
What was to be done? The gorgio
dogs had gone too far this time.
They’d go in and cut the throats of
all of them! Dirty curs! Marcu
must do something. Wasn’t he Con
suelo’s sweetheart, the man Girtza
had promised her to?
Marcu smiled at the sullen growled
words.
“It’s all right," he told them. "I
will go in and fix it. Get every
thing packed and on the wagons and
the horses hitched and we move as
soon as we get back with the wheel.”
“But how are you going to do it?”
was the amazed demand.
“Never you mind, my comrades, I
will do it. Am I not some day go
ing to be your leader? Can the Gyp
sy Marcu fail?"
“What do you know about that
ring?" Anica asked him.
i “What I know about that ring is
my business.” He laughed in her
face and hastened down the trail.
So Consuelo said she had stolen it,
• eh? Ah, but she was the smart one.
: A good wife she'd make him. Wife.
l Yes. No longer could she say no.
> His heart beat faster. He increased
his pace.
i He bad mm aaoner entered the
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court room than he was seized upon
by rough hands.
"Here’s another gypsv! Arrest
him!"
Marcu shook himself free and
pushed his way to the front.
"There is no reason for the arrest
of these, my people. T bought tlie
ring!" he shouted above the din ot
confusion.
The judge was standing, his face
red and angry. His wife was sitting
down front, her dress torn and dirty,
her head in her hands, her shoul
ders shaking, low choking sobs com
ing from behind her hands. M rs.
Mortimer was nowhere to be seen.
Consuelo was standing near Girtza.
eyes smoldering with auger.
The sheriff, puffing and perspiring,
grabbed Marcu and got him imitdf.
the gates. All eyes were turned on
them.
"I bought the ring!” Marcu shout
ed, trying to understand the scene
around him.
"The stealing of the ring is unim
portant compared with what this—
this girl has done!” the judge bel
lowed down at him. “The hell-cat!
Attacking these two defenseless
women! It’s an outrage! George,
go In and sec if Mrs.
has stopped bleeding and if ft has.
get her out here to swear out a com
plaint of assault and battery against
this gypsy ruffian!" He sat down
and mopped his face with his hand
kerchief. "I never in my life beard
of such behavior! Sadie." to his
wife, "will you stop sniffling? I
can’t think with you carrying on like
that. Now, what’s this about the
ring?" be asked, attempting to re
sume liis judicial equilibrium
“I bought it.” Marcu repeated lor
the third time.
“You bought It, eh? Well, gypsy,
prove it and make it quick. I haven't
much time to waste on a , bunch of
thieving gypsies. Ts I lujd a jail big
enough I’d run the whole pack of
you in!”
“Mrs, Mortimer went home."
George interrupted. ’’She says she
; won’t swear out any complaint. She
• says to tell j*ou she’ll git «v«n with
you for gittin’ her banged up tike
, she is—she says to tell you the gyp
. sy Is a devil and if you don’t git the
. bunch of ’em out of town quick she’ll
. sue you—she says—”
[ “That’s enough. George! Now.
gypsy, prove what you say.”
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new spring ones. We do not pretend
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Call May-Smith Cleaning Co. Phone
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
State of North Carolina:
County of Vance:
Having qualified as executor of the
Estate of Jennie Henderson, deceased,
late of Vance County, North Carolina,
this is notice to all pe.„ons having
claims against the said deceased to
exhibit them to the undersigned, or
bis Attorney, in Henderson. North
Carolina, on or before the 22nd day
of February, 1936, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their rec ery.
All persons indebted to the said es
tate will please make immediate pay
ment.
This the 22nd day of February. 1935.
W. P. GHOLSON,
Executor of the Estate of
Jennie Henderson.
Gholson and Gholson.
Attorneys for the Executor.
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