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HENDEBSON DAILY DISPATCH
Established August 12, 1914.
Published Every Afternoon Except
gimday by
HENDERSON DISPATCH CO, INC.
at 109 Young Street
jfIjKRY A DENNIS, Pres, and Editor.
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CHR!S T FOR FTsft CHRIST
fflajgeswa
lit—},!— Miiatia
THE GIFT OF GOD: For by grace
are ye saved through faith; and that
not of yourselves: it is the gift of
God. —Ephesians 2:8.
WHAT GOD WANTS: Take thou
away from me the noise of thy songs,
for I will not hear the melody of
thy viols. But let judgment run down
as waters, and righteousness as a
mighty stream. —Amos 5:23, 24.
s TODAY
TODAY’S ANNIVERSARIES..
1808 —Marshal MacMahon, French
soldier and President, born. Died Oct.
17, 1893.
1814 —Jose S. Alemany, Dominican
missionary, first archbishop of San
Francisco, bern in Spain. Died there,
April 14, 1888.
1821 —Nathan B. Forrest, pictures
que Confederate cavalry leader, born
in Bedford Co., Tenn Died in Mem
phis, Oct. 29. 1877.
1825 —Sarah M. Dahlgren, Washing
ton, D. C. writer and anti-suffrage
leader of her day, born at Gallipolis.
Ohio. Died Ma 28, 1898.
1857 —Franklin H. Martin, Chicago
surgeon, founder of the' American
College of Surgeons, born at Ixonia,
Wis. Died March 7, 1935. I
TODAY IN HISTORY.
1753 —College of Philadelphia, which
became the Univ. of Philadelphia,
chartered.
1787 —Historic Oordnance for the
Northwest Territory enacted by Con
gress —one of the great declarations
of American constitutional liberty
1793 —i Marat, French revolutionist,
assassinated by Charlotte Corday.
1863—Draft riots in New York City.
1918 —Germans claim to have down
ed 468 planes and lost 152 in preced
ing month.
TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS.
Hoffman Philip. U. S. Minister to
Norway, born in Washington, D. C..
63 years ago.
Philips H. Lord (“(Seth Parker”)
radio star, born at Hartford, Vt., 33
years ago.
Raymond L. Buell of New Yor«
City, president of the Fbreign Policy
Association, born in Chicago, 39 years
ago.
Dr. Mary E. Wooley, president of
Mount Holyoke College, South Had
ley, Mass, born at Norwalk, Conn.,
72 years ago.
Lord Passfield (Sidney J. Webb),
famed English economist, born 76
years ago. »
TODAY’S HOROSCOPE.
This is a very strong day, giving
quick perception, great adaptability Ur
conditions and a very able nature.
You should succeed in many ways as
a teacher or trainer, but though the
hopes will probably be realized, there
may be n 0 great pre-eminence over
your fellows.
ANSWERS TO
TEN QUESTIONS
See Back Page
1. Field Marshal Sir John French.
2. A timber house of Switzerland,
the Bavarian Alps, Tirol, and the
French Alps.
3. Under the Emperor Trajan, A.
D. 98 to 117.
4. Getbsemane.
5. All modren dictionaries give op
tional pronunciation with the “e” or
“i” sound.
6 The Aegean Sea.
7. Weaving.
8. The cup lied in the celebration
of the Eucharist.
9. Finland is the only one.
10. J. 863. _
Today is the Day
By CLARK KINNAIRD ,
Copyright, 1494. for thlo Nrwrpoper £
fcgr Cootrol ftto Arroelotloo
Saturday, July 13; birthday of Gen.
Nathan Bedford Forrest (see below)
a holiday in Tennessee. Zodiac sign:
Cancer. Birthstone: ruby.
TODAY’S YESTERDAYS
July 13, 1488—Ursula Southiel was
born in Yorkshire, England, a dwarf
destined to become the famous Moth
er Shipton (from her marriage to one
Toby Shipton) whose astounding pro
phecies awed high and low, rich and
poor, in the Middle Ages. She pre
dicted that other worlds would be
found (America): that man would
fly like a bird and talk across great
distances; that man would descend
to the bed of oceans.
We know from Pepys that when
Prince Rupert heard while sailing up
the Thames on Oct. 20. 1666. of the
great London Fire, all he said was,
“now Shipton’s prophecy was out,.”
July 13, 1787 —“An ordinance for the
government of the territory of the
United States northwest of the River
Ohio” was adopted by the Congress.
It was the first federal anti-slavery
law: it prohibited it north of Ohio.
The ordinance, and the fact that
the Six Nation. Wyandotte Delaware,
and Shawnee tribal titles to that re
gion had lately been extinguished by
treaty, started a rush of settlers into
the country who became the pioneers
of Ohio. Indiana. Illinois. Michigan
and Wisconsin.
July 13. 1821—Nathan Bedford For
rest was born in Marshall County.
Tenn., destined to become one of the
Greatest natural military gneiuses the
world has produced. His cavalry cam
paigns are still studied in military col
legest of the world as models.
'The federal general W. T. Sherman
called him “the most remarkable man
the civil war produced on either side
He had a genius for strategy which
was original and to me incomprehen
sible.” His fellow Confederate. Gen.
Joseph E. Johnston added, “had he
had the advantages of a thorough mil
itary training, he would have been
the great central figure of the war.”
Field Marshal! Viscount Wolseley,
wrote while* British commander-in
chiff: “It would be difficult in all his
tory to find a more varied career than
his: a man who from the greatest pov
erty. without any learning and by
sheer force of character, became the
great fighting leader of fighting men.”
But Forrest stands out most prom
inently in U. S. History as founder
and guiding force of the original Ku
Klux Klan. ,
SUNDAY IS THE DAY
Sunday. July 14; Bastile Day in
France and colonies. Morning stars:
Murcury, Saturn. Uranus. Evening
stars: Venus, Mars. Jupiter Neptune.
Full moon Tuesday.
THE WORLD WAR 20 YEARS
AGO TODAY
July 13-14—Floods in China were
drowning 80.000. At any other time it
might have been a shocking occur
rence, but attracted little attention in
a world in which that many men and
more were being killed monthly al
most weekly, on battlefields.
The death-in-battle mortality figures
took a sharp rise on the 16th when
Mackensen began a new drive in Po
land. probably the most formidable
yet launched against the Allies. The
great onslaught involved every Austro-
Hungarian-German army on the East
ern Front, from the Baltic to the
Bukowina.
The objective was the complete shat
tering of the Russian armies. Only
| complete Rusian disaster could satis
fy German necessities. The very vast
ness of Russian territory precluded a
successful conquest unless this was
accomplished.
The new step in the strategy devis
ed by Mackensen and his subordinate
Hindenburg, to accomplish this was
to move northward into Poland be
tween the Vistula and the Bug with
the intention of reaching Warsaw, on
| the right bank of the middle Vistula.
Russian Poland in this war had
| often been described by correspond
ents at a nut held within a cracker,
❖STAMM
STORIES STAMPS TELL
TfeIBLACK;
m>r
ONE TIME . THBT BLACK
SWAN WAS CONSIDERED AN
!M°OSS!S!LITY, BUT such a
BIRD WAS DISCOVERED IN
AUSTRALIA BV A DUTCH
NAVIGATOR ABOUT 200YEARS
A6O-~NO\NHERE ELSE IN THE
WORLD IS THIS STRANGE SWAN
FOUND . THE NEAREST TO IT IS
THE BLACK-NECKED SPECIES
OF SOUTH AMERICA IT IS
WELL CHOSEN FOR THE 19Z9
STAMP COMMEMORATING THE
CENTENARY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA
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one jaw of which was East Prussia,
the other Galicia. In a military sense,
Hindenburg was the upper. Macken
sen the lower jaw. Germany’s gigan
tic movement in the east had thus far
been an effort to bring these jaws to
gether.
And now Germany had reason to be
more confident of success than at any
time since the Battle of the Marne.
For it appeared that Russia would at
least be crushed, enabling the mighty
armies of Mackensen and Hinden
burg to go west.
WRITING WRONGS
It isn’t so —
That Thomas Jefferson wrote the
Constitution of the United States.
It is the Declaration of Independ
ence he is credited with drafting.
Man who put the Constitution in lit
erary form was 36-year-old Gouver
neur Morris of New York, one-legged
aristocrat.
That the “Man in the Iron Mask
most celebrated prisoner of the Bas
tille, was a royal prince.
He has been identified beyond ques
tion as Count Antony Matthioli. Ita
lian. Baseless is the legend that his
skeleton, with the mask upon his
face, was found by the mob that
stormed the Bastille on this date. The
mask, of course wasnlt iron, but
velvet. * *'
What Do You
Know About
North Carolina?
By FRED H. MAY
1. What did Governor Josiah Mar
tin, the last royal governor, write
about the insolence of the people of
New Bern in 1774?
2. What North Carolinian, appoint
ed to the U. S. Supreme Court bench
by President Fillmore, never entered
upon his duties? <
3. Why did the Cherokee Indians
not wish to make peace with some
of their neighboring tribes in 1715?
4. What consideration did the Eng
lish in 1730 give the Cherokees to be
allowed to use the trading parts?
5. Why was William Borden, of
Carteret county, refused his seat in
the general assembly of 1746?
6. Why did Hico Academy, Caswell
county, in 1810 conduct a lottery to
raise funds for the school?
ANSWERS
1. In May 1774 he wrote London
authorities from New Bern saying,
“In this little Town they are now ac
tually endeavouring to form what
they call independent Companies un
der my nose, and Civil Government
becomes more and more prostrate
2. George E Badger, of Wake
County, was appointed by President
Fillmore near the end of his term in
1852. The senate failed to confirm
the appointment and the place was
left vacate until President Franklin
Pierce was inaugurated.
3. At a meeting at Quonesahee, on
the Hiwassee, near the present town
of Murphy, in that year they held
out saying that if they made peace
they would have no way of getting
slaves with which to buy ammunition
4. For “four hundred pounds weight
of gunpowder” the Indians were to
“take care to keep the trading path
cTean and that there be no blood in
the path where the English white men
tread even though they should be au_
companied by any other people with
whom the Cherokees are at war.”
5. Being a member of the Society
of Friends he was not allowed to takt,
the oath. He requested that his as--
firmation be accepted. The assembly
refused this and he did not take hls»
seat.
6. An announcement issued by John
Ever the Woman
InPjp. J
Just like her fashionable sisters far
to the south, this Eskimo woman of
Northern Canada, keeps up with the
style. She is powdering her nose
from a vanity case secured from
trader, probably sacrificing half a
.winter’s supply of blubber, just to
be in fashion swim.
CCentral Press)
In Half Million Suit
Sap ' ' .’'''K
sf y •
Edward J. Mannix, movie pro
ducer, who has been named as de
fendant in $500,000 suit instituted
by Imogene Wilson, also known as
Mary Nolan, with charges that are
arousing film colony.
(Central Press)
McAden, president said that the trus
tees were of the ill suc
cess in a direct application to the
generosity of the public," and for this
reason had secured an act by the
legislature to conduct the lottery.
State Will Save
$35,000 on Coal Bill
(Continued from Page One.)
rector of the Division of Purchase
and Contract, said today. Contracts
have already been let for the 90,000
tons of coal needed for the public
schools at prices ranging about 25
cents a ton less than was paid last
year. The coal used by the schools
os for the most part run-of-mine and
high volatile egg and stove coal rang
ing from $1.50 to $1.90 a ton at the
mine. Last year this same coal aver
aged from $7.75 to $2.25 a ton at the
mines.
Since most of the 65,000 tons of
coal used by the various state de
partments and institutions is slack
and since there is a good deal of com
petition at present in the slack coal
market, the State is buying this coal
in the open market as needed, in
stead of under contract, since it can
get better prices b buying in the
open market under competative con
ditions than it can under contract,
irower said. Most of the State in.
stitutions have plenty of storage
space so that when the market drops,
large quantities can be purchased
and stored. Or if prices should start
to advance, enough could be pur
chased to last for a long period.
Wife Os Austrian
Chancellor Killed
(Continued from Page One.)
chancellor and his wife were en route
to their summer home at Ellsberg,
near Linz, when the chauffeur ap
peared suddenlv ill and lost control
of the car. It crashed into a tree.
The chancellor was thrown free of
the car and a preliminary examaina
tion by surgeons, later confirmed at
Linz, indicated that he was uninjured
except for slight bruises and nervous
shock.
It was also said at the hospital that
the son. at first reported seriously in
jured, was only slightly hurt, and
neither he nor his father was put to
bed. The. chauffeur’s condition was
serious
America Demands Full Ob
servance Os Peace Treaty
(Continued from Page One.)
Hull hinted at the possibility the
United States might join England !n
a determined effort to avert the
threatened.
Reports in Istanbul said Emperor
Hailee Salassie had ordered crown
jewels and precious religious relics,
reputedly including the tablet of the
ten commandments and ark of the
covenant, from Ethiopia’s Holy City
of Exum to a safer* interior point.
Exum is near the Italian colony of
Eritrea.
New Through Daily Train
To
Portsmouth Norfolk The Seashore
—No Change of Cars—
GOING— RETURNING—
Lv. Henderson 6:58 AM Lv. Norfolk 3:45 PM
Ar. Portsmouth 10:25 AM Lv. Portsmouth 4*05 PM
At. Norfolk 10:40 AM Ar. Henderson 7:25 PM
AIR-CONDITIONED
Cool —Clean—Quiet
First-Class Coach Parlor Car, Dining Car
Spend The Week-End fan FA Round Trip
At The Seashore V«*vll|Henderson-Portsinouth
Tickets good on all trains Friday and Saturdays, also Sunday morning
trains. Return limit Monday following date of sale.
Lowest coach rate in history—cent and a half per mile.
C. G. WARD, DP A.
505 I. O. O. F. Temple, Raleigh, N C. Phone 4610
Ex. 1
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PERPLEXED AT THE CROSSROADS? A BOON FOR AMATEUR KNISHTd
eur is it .oou-pwcof
WANT ADS
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STEVENSON THEATRE TICKETS
may now be obtained from your lo
cal merchants. Ask for them when
making purchases. 12-6 ti
TERMITES ARE DANGEROUS. WE
use Bruce Bonded Treatment. Write
or call M. D. Wetmore for free in
spection. Phone N-2474, Durham, N.
C. Box 942. 12_4ti
BIG REDUCTIONS UNTIL JULY 15
at Brinkley’s Photo Studio on Win
der street. 2-4-6.9-11-13
A)T '.SERVICE—REGISTERED PQe
land China Boar. Frank Barnett,
Raleigh Road. 6-73-2(1
PIANOS: ONE USED BABY GRAND
one used upright piano being re
turned to us. Rather than expense
of returning them to factory, will
sell for balance due. Terms t 0 suit.
No reasonable cash offer refused.
Address Lee Piano Co., Lynchburg,
Va. 11-3 ti
GIRLS WANTED
Competent beauty operators wanted
everywhere. Earn while you learn
this highest paid profession at the
Continental College, High Point, N.
C. Write for free information 13-lti
Hr YOU WERE THROWN ON
your own resources tomorrow, how
much money could you earn the
next year? The Henderson Business
School offers a thorough business
training which enables you to earn
a satisfactory income immediately.
Fall term begins September 9.
LET US RE.ROOF YOUR HOME.
We are cooperating with Better
Housing Administration. Carload
asphalt shingles. Roll roofing. Low
est prices. Tanner Roofing Co.
OPEN SUNDAY WITH WEEK-END
special. One pound chocolate cream
covered Brazil nuts 39c; one pint
ice cream 15c, two pints 29c, half
pound butter toasted mixed nuts
25c. Wtoolard’s, Phone 82. 13-lti
NOW’S THE TIME TO REPAIR,
re-roof and paint, up. We have
handled Federal Housing loans for
our customers from S2OO to $1,500.
It costs $1 to file application. Alex
S. Watkins. “The Place of Values.”
I All Forms of
INSURANCE
RENTALS REAL
ESTATE
Al. B. Wester
Phone 189-.1 Pw
■JAMESCCOOPE?
I MV 1 INSURfINct St «w
■fH PHON£ £64,%*/
H II? ' HENDERSON", N C
W. C. CATES
Insurance
AGENT FOR
STRONG MUTUALS
Fhones:
Office 800 —Residence 431
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
FOR DIVISION.
In The Superior Court Before
The Clerk.
North Carolina:
County of Vance:
Jewell G. Wallace and J. W. Wallace,
her husbandi Hunter G. Burroughs
and L. W. Burroughs, her husband,
vs.
H- W r . Glover and Willine Glover, his
wife, J. C. Glover and Elizabeth C.
Glover his wife, Leon D. Glover and
Lovie G. Glover his wife and H. W.
Glover and J. C. Glover, adminis
trators of E. S. Glover, Deceased.
Under and by virtue of an order of
the Superior Court of Vance County,
made in the special proceedings en
titled Jewell G. Wallace et al against
H. W. Glover et al as above the same
being number 3566 upon the Special
Proceedings docket of said Court, the
undersigned Commissioners will, on
the 22nd day of July, 1935, at 12
o’clock noon, at the Court House door
in Henderson, Vance County. North
Carolina offer for Re-Sale to the
highest bidder for cash a certain
tracts of land lying and being in
Vance County, North Carolina and
mere particularly described as fol
lows:
Begin in the center of Williams
boro Road and Branch, run thence
down branch N 25 W 132 ft. N 22 W
80 ft N 8 W 100 ft. N 56 W 100 ft.
N 64 W 100 ft. N 58 W 100 ft. N 29
W 100 ft. N 14 W 100 ft. N 62 W 100
ft. N 37 W 100 ft. N 32 W 100 ft. N
51 W 100 ft. N 74 W 100 ft. N 57 W
100 ft. N 48 W 100 N 76 W 100 ft. N
80 W 100 feet N 51 W. 100 feet
N 8 W 100 ft. N 77 W 200 ft. N 30 W
144 ft. N 44 W 100 ft. N 46 W 300 ft,
N 64 W 300 ft. N 12 E 100 ft. N 64
W 100 ft. to a marked tree, thence
along Spring line N 87 1-2 W 789 ft.
to 4 oaks on east side of old Dexter
road, thence down said road toward
Dabney S 5 1-2 E 178 ft. S 10 E 388
ft. Si 5 W 538 ft. N 16 1-4 E 156 ft.
S 28 1-2 E 265 ft. S 44 E 291 ft. S 72
E 191 ft. S 64 E 192 ft. S 54 E 442
ft. to stake on east side of road,
thence along dividing line of share
No. 1 and share No- 2 S 65 E 1280 ft.
to Williamsboro road, thence along
said road toward branch N 41 E 150
ft. N 39 E 200 ft. N 40 E 352 ft. N
33 E 198 ft. to place of beginning, be
ing share No. 1 as shown in plot of
S. E. Jennette made July 16th, 1929,
being 100 acres, see deed book 160 at
page 217.
Bidding will begin at $1050.00.
This 6th day of July. 1935.
A. A. BUNN,'
T. S. KITTRELL,
Commissioners
BUY OLD NEWSPAPERS FOE
wrapping purposes and kindling
fires Big oundle for 10c. three fc»
25c at Dispatch office. U-ts
18. H. Mixon
Contractor and Builder
“Builds Better Buildings’
All kinds of Building
Wall Papering Painting—
Roofing and Interior
Decorating.
PHONFS- ° ff,ce 7
g* nui Rosi ri ence 476 _j |
NOTICE.
! State of North Carolina:
1 County of Vance-
Having qualified as Administrator
of zhe Estate of S. Hayes, deceased,
late of Vance County, North Caro
lina, this is to notify all persons hav-
I ing claims against the Estate of said
deceased to exhibit them to the un
dersigned, or his Attorneys, at Hen
derson, N. C., on or before the 29th
day of June, 1936, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said estate
will please make immediate payment.
This the 29th day of June, 1935.
SOL HAYES,
Admr. of S. Hayes, Deceased.
Gholson and Gholson, Attorneys
for Admr.. Henderson, N. C.
Reduced Fares for
Tobacco Curers to
Canada
Buffalo $13.00 $21.7f
Delhi 15.75 26.23
St. Thomas . 15.75 27.75
Simco * 15.45 25.50
Tilsonburg 16.10 , 26.85
Detroit . 13.85 23.10
Atlantic Greyhound
Union Bus Station Phone 18
Attention! Tobacco
Curers
Special Round Trip Fares
FROM
Raleigh-iJurham-Norlina and
Intermediate Stations
—TO—
Buffalo $26.00
Detroit 28.70
St. Thomas 28.70
Toronto 30.10
Tilsonburg 28.70
Delhi 28.70
London 28.70
Waterford 28 70
Tickets on Sale Daily July 15th to
.September 10th, Inclusive —Limited.
.. to Return as Late as October 31 ..
For Information See Agent or Write
C. G. WARD, D. P. A.
505 I. O. O. F. Temple Raleigh, N. C.
Seaboard
Seashore Week-End
Fares To
Portsmouth-Norfolk
From:
Neuse $3.20
Wake Forest 3.00
Youngsville 2.90
Franklinton 2.75
Kittrell 2.75
Henderson 2.53
Tickets sold for all trains Friday and
Saturday also Sunday Morning trains
until September 29, 1935.
Limited returning following Monday
For information see Agent
Seaboard

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