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AUCTION SALE Mules, Milk Cows* Horses ISatiiHtlsi.y ‘2 I*. M. Westerns Stables Wyche Street All Sjiics for Cash (Foreclosed Stock) F. B. MIGHT, Altri HINEER ■ - Tir t rT ~ - ‘ “Insist on Valet Service -— —— SI€K% Phone 464 Pi ; " " HENDERSON, N.C. Henderson’s Most Modern « Cleaners JJJ _ § CHRISTMAS SALE f i £«* On All Suits f «: J-rv, . ■£? « and topcoats » &- '"•jjteir Come in and try on that suit jS* 4? ' \ Christmas. We also have a 5? E hipr variety of gifts for Dad, jfjfjll brother and Roy Friend. Gift Suggestions i % ; lf Arrow Shirts & Kuxton Hats £? 1 All Wool Sweaters § 13 Florsheim Shoes # 5 § Meyers Gloves & f !# ; | Interwoven Hose <R % f «> |f | 1 Swank Sets || B® | Lounging Robes & & IMf l Initials Scarfs 3^ IP If i | Wind breakers 2 •jl HU i Neckwear "f # feft | Don’t forget Free « H J • Gift boxes with |jj all Purchases !p? J Harry’s Men’s Shop 1 Next to Parker’s Drugstore. 5? 5* *«■*.[. ’ w, || '" '. '' ill■ *4 k 11, i^ <^^^^^-^^; |^ ; |p^; ;^;: :j ;;;; .j^\ v; -.^;:. ; :; ;> ...-^.; ; .::;i : ;-. : ; xx : V0 X Jj .-. ■•: % ..;;.; >:• v -;. : .'>-....’ _:. J,:'..[. ’ ', - :V; f< h¥ /ECONOMY iL YOU CAN TOO - : % BETTER THAN A jslti : 3 Pontiac SIXES and EIGHTS BEAUTY PRICBD : M «ww % Wml . | MbftlM, l»«t n <a “ l ' ; ''" “ eh * n »” “**«“• ratio*). i r tt Hn MOTOR SALES COMPANY Garnett and Orange Sts. _____Phone £32 Library Offers Books | For Winters Reading The H. Leslie Ferry Memorial Lib rary has a number of attractive new hooks. Mtist of the titles are for long winter evenings and leisurely read ing, While others are for those who have only a short time. The old Japanese classic "The Tale of Genji” by Lady Murasnki has just been published in a new two volume edition and is available for the first time at the library. Tt is the story of the life and amorous intrigues of Prince Genji. 1,, contrast to this there is a. mod ern story of Japanese village, life “A. i daughter of the Nohfu” by Etsu Kugi -1 moto. Those who read her autobio graphy “A Daughter of the SmUrai” : will particularly enjoy this story or Ipc changing world of agricultural Japan. I “Cabins In the Laurel" by Muriel Parley Sheppard gives intimate glimp ses of life in the Toe River Valley of HENDERSON, (N. C.) DAILY DISPATCH, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1935. our own Carolina Blue Ridge. This is a publication of the University of North Carolina press and the many photographic illustrations by Bayard Wootten add to te charm of these sketches of lives of the mountain folk. A novel of the Carolina mountains is “Pleasure Piece” by Rose Batter ham. It is the story of Jud Shelton, a self-respel ing man who had been wrongly convicted of murder and his daughter Celie who had lived all her fourteen years with him in a-cave in the mountain side. For those who enjoy peotry there are two new volumes. Shortly before George Russell’s death he chose the poems which he liked best from each of his published works and arranged for them to he issued as “Selected Poems by A. E.” An anthology of new poetry "Ti'Jnl Balances” has been arranged by Ann Winslow. Thir ty-two promising young poets are presented here with selections and ... . i* J t. AI.I. , criticism of their work. James Dnw j son of New Bern and a. graduate of | tin* few southerners included in tin 1 I book. “God and My Father” by Clarence Pay is the little volume which first attracted the public. His later book , “Life With Father” has been unusu- ; : all v popular. Dr. S. Parkes Cadman in his new book “Adventure for Happiness” at- J tempts to combat the prevailing spir- | it of pessimism and to discover in- i ! stead the sources of happiness in a j troubled world. An unusual and interesting book is j Henry Dwight Sodwick’s “In Praise of Gentlemen.” It is a book of ethics, j a history of the gentleman and a j charming book of essays. “Pen Pictures of the Presidents” I '■ by Fred T. Wilson is a hook of brief j i and interesting biographies of the 1 ! presidents. Through their lives the ! history of America is revealed. In Ai-i'e Maurois’ “Prophets and j Poets” he describes the personalities . 1 and achievements of nine writers: I j Dudyard Kipling. H. G. Wells, Ber -1 i»ard Shaw, G. K. Chesterton. Joseph Conrad, Lyttoh Strachey, D. H. Law rence, Aldous Huxley, and Katherine Mansfield. Thirty four full length plays are included in Burns Mantle and John Gassner’s compilation called ‘‘A Treasury of the Theatre”. The sub title “An Anthology of Great Plays from Aeschylus to Eugene O’Neill” gives some insight into the wide i range of works ‘represented. “English Glass” hv W. A. Thorpe will interest many general readers I and will he particularly enjoyed by ( those who have a hobby of collecting. | Proposal Did Not Come From Fears Os Steps by Italy (Continued from Page One.) of Nations Council, after two hours of secret deliberations, adopted resolu tion today placing further efforts to ward Italo-Ethiopian conciliation in ■ the hands of the committee of 13™ all members of the Council except the parties to the conflict. /Yoah Numskuu. I *I £ C / , r -'' sr/KKT ~ 7/ VJI-THTHIS j DEAR NOAH = IFWA'ANKiT-Ib ~ IS MADE OF DUST, WHY DON'T SOME PEOPLE! DRY UP ONCE IN awhile:? beDfcl C'TCRRt HAUTP^MO. DEAR NOAH=|F I SEND YOU A NOOSE STORY ABOUT A ROPE, WILL YOU PROMISE KNOT TO SKIP it ?-Changed if i WOULDN'T!") PETE HOSTON ADA, OHIO. DEAR NOAH =IE a T?SP ~ DANCER DANCES THE CARIOCA, WOULD THAT ©E TAPIOCA ? BERT cot: MAEON CCtY, IOWA, Republican Revolt West Os Mississippi Appears Likely With Borah Deciding Issue U. S. PUBLIC DEBT SINCE 1914 June 30 Gross Debt Per Cap. 1914.. 1,188,235,400.... $ 12.00 - 1915 1,191,264,008 11.83 1916 1,225,145,568 1 1.96 1917.. ~ 2,975,618,585.. .. 28.57 1918. ... 12,243,628,719 1 15.65 1919 25,482,034,419 246.09 1920 24,297,918,412... . 228.32 1921 23,976,250,608 221.09 - 1922..w,' 22,964,079,190 208.97 1923 22,349,687,758 200.10 1924 21,251,120,427 186.86 1925 20,516,272,174:... 177.82 1926 19,643,183,079 167.50 1927 18,510,174,266 156.0 1 1928 17,604,290,563 146.69 1929 10,931,197,748 139.40 1930 16,185,308,299.-... 131.38 1931 16,801,485,143. . 135.42 1932 19,487,009,766 156.12 -L 1933 22,538,072,560. .. . 179.3.2 1934 27,053,141,414.... 213.75 - 1935 30,500,000,000.... 240.00 SP Hi :^::::::- ===^p* it ~ / • ■ W , , 13 )ft e / I GROSS DEBT 10 c Hf , I JO By LESLIE EICIIEL Central Press Staff Writer New York, Dec. 19.—A1l evidence from west of the Mississippi river points to a Republican revolt. Presi dent Roosevelt had his anti-New Deal Democratic revolt last year. The Re publicans are having an anti-Old Guard revolt this year. Senator William E. Borah of Idaho, not Herbert Hoover, may Jae the one who will determine who the Repub lican nominee will be. At least, that will be the case if transmississippi Republicans have their say. Senator Borah and Governor Alf M. London of Kansas seem to be the only potential Republican candidates who show strength west of the Mississippi. Some of the western Republicans say that the G. O. P. could win over President Roosevelt if it nominated Senator Borah for president and Sen ator Gerald P. Nye of North Dakota, for vice president. But that is fantastic. There seems little doubt that Gov ernor Landon will come to the na tional convention with the most pow erful following—much to the chargin of Mr. Hoover. And, in the end, it may be Senator Borah, not Mr. Hoov er, who will swing his balance of power for the choice of the- winner. This view is accepted by many be cause of Senator Borah’s past his nry of becoming “regular” at the lasl moment. At the same time, however, he is playing “ned” now in the very necessary transmississippi region. another answer The Roosevelt administration soon will begin answering the onslaught of attacks. Nobody actually knows what it. has in hand as to answers. Perhaps it will roly on the “full dinnerpail.” Business promises to become better. But the charges on pilling up the national debt undoubtedly will not re main unanswered. There is an assumption that the an swer may be this: “The debt rose to more than 25 billions after the World War. Just as it was being reduced, a millionaire Republican secretary of the treasury, Andrew Mellon, had income taxes re duced on large incomes and that money went into speculation instead of retiring the national debt. Then When the depression came along, the debt began rising rapidly under President Hoover (from 17 bil lions to 22 1-2 billions). It is true that the debt now is more than 30 billions, vet hhsn’t President Roosevelt not on ly «aved millions of persons from starving, hut rescued business as well?” Os course, neither the charges nni the ; answer will get at the nub o FORECLOSURE sale. By virtue of the power contained in a Deed of Trust executed by Thomas H. Burwell and Annie G Burwcll to T. T. Hibks, Trusteedated January 4th, 1902, recorded m the u - fice of the Register of Deeds, m Book 20 page 107, default having been made in the payment of the therein secured and at the the holder of the note, wc will sell for cash, by public auction, at Court House door in Hendctson N. C., to the highest bidder, at 1 • o’clock, noon on the 20th day of - uary, (Monday), 1936. the following described property: ■Begin at a stake on the Chavis Road (formerly), Ben Smith b cor ncr and run thence east with the Smith- line and further on to 2; Hunt line, thence N. 4 degrees the Hunt line to a stone in the Hi line now Grant Hall’s, thence along he line of Grant Hall to a stone un the Chavis Road Grant Hall’s corner thence south with the Chavis R the beginning, containing t y Acres, being the land col^ e y c . d i nr ‘ er Thomas H. Burwell by E. W- Turnei and wife by deed of this date ana filed herewith for recoid. For a more accurate description see Deeds filed in Office of Rcgi — r of Deeds of Vance County, N. G. This the 19th day of Decembci, 1935. B. H. HICKS & BELLE H. PUR\ IS. Executors of the Will of T. T. Hicks, Trustee. R. B. Garter, Attorney, j Henderson, N, C, matter —for neither Republican ' nor Democrats are eager to get to funda mentals. The Chinese, famous for their hum ility, have so long said, “Small and unworthy as I am ” that the Japanese now take them at their word, and will show him how to be better and bigger —of course, under Japanese super vision. HUNDRED, DE SHIRTS no All With The Nucraft No-curl Collar . . . “Topflight’" for top value .. . and he’s bound UAwtiuvAVit' Tire to like the immaculate Nucraft collar. Pat- HAN AD E TIES terns that men like, also plain colors and Match the shirt from the dozen* of whites! Beautifully cut and tailored. Sizes *“?« pa ’ ,erns ' colors Qua “'^ ma ‘ 14 to 17. Each shirt in an attractive gift box. ttrucUon” 5 '* nt C °" 40C P E N M E Y' S g The Standard Battery Set | | Os America * fPHILCO SB-B | Has the best record for lowest operating cost of any battery set on the market. 2? This is a powerful set and will bring in long distance "£ stations as clear as a bell. <5? Let Us Give You A Demonstration. A & Ty 8 Leughlin-Goodwyn f Phone 118.