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Con vert Discarded Household Articles Into Cash—Sell With Want Ads
"a* wili”"L8t;;m'' (lASsinra M® Both A!l classify and The Wil rje ffilm'Dnn,uw‘ Star. Insertion of insto" M0”’ June day or evening 1 will be “" his, except when 'j nest Saturday morning, mt i"serti -niertion "’111 run Mon L, second r,assifjed ads sold igjSU™. Ch«—• 15c per line W time rate 14c per line mee t'roe rqtfi .13c per line [[ten hnie> r‘ ' 10c per line j. time I'ate _ 8c per line |*tW® ^sementi taken for less No ^ rc »8”45 rdere'd for a special number Ads o«“ c,0, ped before expira i ®>s alonly1 be charged for the ton. «lU. ti'mes the ad appeared foment made at the rate tsrned. yearly advertising Special n ^ #» r!?Tads will >e received by Chars™ advertiser’s name is teiephone ' ,,une directory, and ^■ifbe sent next day. *3 five average words to the ^■discontinuances should be A In ner'01 at The Star-News H'f ‘“r jf by telephone, must be ^‘'restricted to their A‘‘ Reification an, to the reg Fi!: inF.-NEW? style of type. Br\«rs ir advertisements should ^'immediately. The Star lfrp Hi not be respcns'ble for S'® tl,an one incorrect insertion, "j* ad taken for iess than basis of thanks charged for at of 05 cents per line. Count five -e‘words to the line. »chare of $5-00 is mad< for pub f.ad .’jn Memoriam” and resolu te etar-News assumes no re .libiiity for any advertisement •bandied or inserted as directed SLpt to publish or republish after DSificati® ’Classified Ads in the column may placed until 9 p. m. for the next Jj's paper. . . . All Classified Dis piv copy must be in the office by i!'e main office phone 2S00 Ask For Ad-Taker. notice to rrni.ic A advertising appearing in these tt'ss is for reputable and reli 0 concerns, so far as we can ascertain from a careful invesliga il is our intention, however, to kc that every firm that uses these columns is required to live up to Her obligations. Therefore, should you reply to any advertisement on this nase and services are not ren ews as advertised. The Star-News trams to know it. The U. S. postal regulations are wry strict in such matters as such an act would be misuse of the U. 3 nail and the Star-News will see that any attempt to defraud is promptly handled by the P. O. de partment. n Wsir ii n ivnpv I- Announcements !-Automotive. -•A—Auto Supplies. 3- Amusements. 4- Awnings. 5- Beauty Parlors. S-Beer. fcfiusiness Service. II- Builders. 12— Builders' Supplies. 13— Boats. A-Bookseilers, Stationers. 14— Business Opportunities. 20—Cleaners and Dyers. 32— Coai. Wood, Fuel Oil. 33— Dairy Products. 34— Dancing. 33—Drugs. 33-Drv Cleaning, Pressing. 41— Eatables. 42— Eating Places. 43— Feeds. 50— Financial. 51— Florists. 52— For Rent. 52-A—Resorts. as—For Rent. Apartments. .P°r Rent, Rooms. “-For Rent, Houses, id—For Sale. 23—Hardware. ^-Household Goods "-Houses For Sale. luEIp Wanted> Male. »«—Heip Wanted, Female. -'-Insurance. •"“Instruction. ."-Lost and Found. Livestock. ..3—Miscellaneous. ---Machinerv. j?8—Music. ' -O-Office Equipment. l«~2‘^Ce. F°r Rent. ‘'-Pamting' Paperina. “-Printing. “-Professional. “-Personal. '“-Poultry. u«r?ad*0 and Repairs. Estate. Bn~£eeds and Plants. li;~~ltuaU°ns Wanted. ,, typewriters. tU** Repairing. Goods. litwanua an!j Transfers. _Announcements Prince^0 aJL TAIL0RING- 2o: order Altc'ra i°ns and pants ti *—^ rc,-°phone 29,ri. _Automotive 4eF°c?h•R*ER'Rp; LOW MIL buv. Jl.n • r"’4v: like new. Rea ^Motw co Haskett’ 234> Maul ifEgtjrr—__ Co., ine ?,° K-BROWn MOTOF fl'mouth Tv of Chr-Vsler ani ]1-' 2nd St., Phom puT° servicenter ira «. M-,T°at*1 Sales & Servici il!t- Phones 1493-9130 44(08 pSALES & SERVICE ^ C ,, riIlcess Street '—Company ^u?d'GL':I0T0R co s^Ko 2nf« and Service liT7^TSt- Phone 72 '°let TTHREL rase chev Tron-fiT y truck> 1 !-2 tons Co. *r With ovTKER COMMAND T terms Tn Radi°- ^ y' Mrtorrcoya H0WP" 2 Automotive BARGAIN! PLYMOUTH COACH. just the right ear for those fish ing trips. Extra good condition, only $85. Call Capt. Bob Weeks 345 MacMillan Buick-Pontiac Co. U Builders BUILD NOW! SPECIAL PRICES on Beach Cottages at Wrights ville Beach. L. T. Rogers, Gen eral Contractor, Phone 253. 12 Builders' Supplies GENASCO SLAM TEST ROOFING Is Beautiful Durable Economical Best by Test. Hanover Iron Works 109 No. Water St. Phone 609 BUILDING OR REPAIRING? LET us give you an estimate on your lumber needs. Cape Fear Lumber Co., Phone 670 Everything To Build The Home E. W. Godwin’s Sons Castle Hayne Road, Phone 562 DISTRIBUTORS INSELBRIC AND B r i x i t e Insulation. Estimates. American Home Improvement Co., 120 Market St., Phone 1466. CRAVEL AND SAND BY TRUCK. We quote following prices: 2” gravel, $2-50 per ton, 1” to 1 1-2”, $2.70 per ton; 1-2” $3.05 per ton. Concrete sand, $2.10 per ton. Brick or plaster aand, $2.30 per ton. Delivered to your job. E. B. Morse, Rockingham, Telephone 26. 200,000 BRICK; SASH, DOORS, plumbing supplies and lumber. Apply to J. E. Sternberger, Pur cell House. Phone 2014-J. "DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR, THE Craw-Fir-Dor is the best value in Overhead Type Garage Doors.” Becker’s, Phone 82. 13Boats Sailboats—Seaskiffs—Outboards Stock and Custom Built MARINE SERVICE. INQ. Phone 7771 Wrightsville, No. Car. 32 Coal, Wood. Fuel Oil T. E. COOPER & CO., Inc. (Foot Parsley St.) Phone 481 Best coal and wood. Lowest prices CAROLINA WOOD YARD. 17TH and castle, phone 1078. Quality wood of all kinds and coal. 35 Drags FIGHT THAT COLD! GET A BOT tie of Prescription No. 7. For colds and coughs. Helps to clear the head; mild laxative. Price, 25c. Brooklyn Pharmacy, 4th and Bladen St., Phone 1330. 41 Eatables ONSLOW county smoke ham 25c lb.; strictly fresh country eggs, 20c- Holmes Poultry, 159, we deliver. 42 Ealing Places WE ARE NOW SERVING SHAD and shad roe. Also fried chicken, trout, barbecue and steaks. Paul’s Place, Route 40. BEST OYSTER ROAST OR SHAD Fry; conceded best steak, fried chicken, Bar-B-Q. Shrimp. Capt. Ben's, Phone 5813. 48 Feeds FOR FASTEST GROWING BABY Chicks, feed Purina Startena. Keith Bros.. Inc., Phone 168— IDS N. Water. FUL - O - PEP CHICK STARTER helps raise, big, healthy, produc tive chifcks because it has won derful oatmeal base. Nature’s P' Ae grain for growing bodies. Also contains Concentrated Spring Range. J. J. Allen and Son. Phone 380. 55 For Rent, Apartments TWO room furnished apt. Connected with bath. 309 So. 2nd St. .Telephone 1199-W. SUNSET PARK — FURNISHED garage apt. available March 15th. Apply Willetts Realty Co., Phone 342. COUNTRY CLUB PINES — 5 room garage apt. Available April 1st. Call Willetts Realty Co., 342, FOR RENT — APARTMENT, 220 South Fourth Street, immediate possession. W. M, HEWLETT, REALTOR 214 Princess St. Phone 943 fOU CAN FIND JUST THE KIND of apt. you are seeking with a "Wanted to Rent” Ad. Phone 2800—Cost Small. 60 For Beni, Booms 2 UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR rent. Phone 2873-R. 65 For Beni, Booses_ AVAILABLE APRIL 1ST. 5 ROOM bungalow southern end Commu nity Drive overlooking Greenfield Lake. All city conveniences Meares Harriss, Real Estate, 222 Princess St., Phone 1129. ' SIX ROOM DWELLING 1919 Chestnut St. Albert F. Perry Phone 390 410 CHESTNUT STREET, SEVEN ; room house in good condition. Reasonable- Foster - Hill Realty Co.. Phones 1467-1468._ 70 For Sale_ ! Philco Refrigerators—Yes Electrolux Refrigerators Yes Easy Terms—Yes PENDER FURNITURE CO. ' BROWER 4 DECK A“T05«TIC electric battery brooder *12.50 Sparton cabinet radio $7.50. mi Wolcott Ave._ USED DAYTON GRINDER; HO bart coffee mill; standard scale, electric slicer. Gilbert Sales and Service, Phone 757-M. - FOR SALE - Kim S 0 S flowers and shrubbery wenberg- Phone 2546-w. special trade-in plow SADR Old plow and five dollars buy new plow. Limited time only Mark’s Machinery Co. THIS NEWSPAPER'S Classified Ads .... are your a They will buy for you— They will sell for you— They will rent for you— They will hire for you— They will find for you— Qust Qlve cJh Cl Chance JIII Phone 2800 Star-News + + Classified 1 - i 70 For Sale SURF CASTING ROD—HICKORY, 6 1-2” tip. Agatine guides. Only $3.95. Goodrich Silvertown Stores. MEN! YOU CAN DRESS WELL and save real money on your en tire clothing bill at Finkelstein’s, Front and Market. Clearance On Plows David Bradly, 1 1-2 Horse Plow Reg. $S.25, now -$6.25 Oliver l Horse Plow Reg. $7.25, now -$5.50 14-Tooth Harrow Plow Reg. $7.75, now__- $5.79 Stonewall Cotton plow Reg. $6.S5, now _$4.75 Adjustable Plow Reg. $5.95, now_$4.50 Dixie Plow Reg. $3.45, now -$2.98 Steel Beam Dixie Plow Reg. $4.50, now -$2.45 Sears, Roebuck & Co. 73 Hardware YACHTSMEN — BOATSMEN AT tention! We now have In stock a complete line of Bronze Pro pellors. All diameters—all pitches. Gregg Bros. Hdwe. Front and Market St. Phone 632, 75 Household Goods FOR SALE — ONE COLDSPOT electric refrigerator. Also bottled gas stove equipped. Practically new. Half price. Fairview Serv ice Station, Tel. 1594-W. ICE REFRIGERATORS AND OIL cook stoves, used. Real bargains. Call quick. Bost Furniture Co., 29 So. Front St. RADIO-PHONOGRAPH COMBINA tion. Built-in Aerial. Beautiful Cabinet. $26.50. Terms. C. B. Wessell, 305 No. Front St. 3 pc! LIVING ROOM SUITES only $69.50. Table or lamp free. Home Furniture Co. 23 Market sti eet. The 1940 Hotpoint REFRIGERATOR IS HERE! 5.3 Cu. Ft. Model, only - Can be purchased for as little as Month Todd Furniture Co. 21 So. Front St., Phone 352 G. E- 6 1-2 FT. ALL-PORCELAIN refrigerator, used. Excellent con dition. Bargain, immediate sale Gregg’s Appliance, 115 Market St. 4 PC MAPLE BEDROOM SUITES, $49 50 to $149.60. Maple Cricket Chair free. Jones Furniture Co. Phone 665. _ 1940 FRIG1DAIRE 6 Cubic Foot Model Was $114 50 $149.50, Now - CAN BE BOUGHT FOR $5.00__ Month Sutton-Council FURNITURE COMPANY 3 PC. OVERSTUFFED LIVING room suite, used. Excellent bar gain. Peoples Furniture Co., 213 No. Front St. WHITE MOUNTAIN ICE REFRI gerators, .ill sizes. Priced $19.60 up. Terms. Pender Furniture Co. 28 South Front St. 80 Rouses For Sale MODERN 6 ROOM HOME JUST completed, 310 No. Blvd., Sunset Park. Heating plant, tile bath, extra toilet room, hardwood floors. Terms- A. E. Cumber, Phone 272. 85 Help Wanted, Hale LOCAL FIRM WANTS ENERGET ic person between 18 and 45 years ot age with some sales ability. Neat appearance. Apply in own handwriting, giving experience and references. “Firm,” c-o Star News. 85 Help Wanted, Male WANTED—YOUNG MAN TO SELL Underwood Sundstrand adding machines in Wilmington territory 228 Princess. 32,468 PRINTING AND PUBLISH ing plants in the U. S. employing 500,000 trained people, we offer training in Hand Composition. Linotype. Presswork, Monotype. Using more than $100,000 worth of equipment to train you in a school controlled by printers and publishers. Not operated for prof it. Write Southwest Vocational School. 3800 Clarendon Drive, Dal las. Texas. 100 Instruction COMPTOMETER. STENOTYPY and all business subjects taught. Mrs. Motte’s Secretarial School, 313 Church Street. 105 Lost and Found LOST — CHILD'S PET. YELLOW male cat. Half Persian. Reward it returned. 414 Orange. Phone 1082 R. 110 Livestock 50 HEAD MULES FOR SALE.— Also 3 houses for rent on Castle Haye Road. J. P. Newton, Phope 2006-J. 118 Music MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. LAT est sheet music, records, radios, band instruments. STopp Piano Co., Phone 313. 120 Office Equipment "EASTER CARDS.” MAKE YOUR selection now. Remember your family and friends at Easter. Shoemaker’s. Phone 954. 125 Painting, Papering "LITTLE" JIM SHARP, PAPER hanger. Wallpaper and paint. Work guaranteed. 714 Grace St. Phone 1420-J. 135 Personal OLD MATTRESSES MADE LIKE new for $2.95. Converted into innerspring mattresses for as lit tie as $9.00. New Way Mattress Co., 902 So. Front. Phone 428. 136 Poultry BABY CHICKS FROM QUALITY stock—pullorum tested. See us for your chicks and feeds. R. F. Hall Feed Store, Phone 310. BABY CHICKS — REDUCED prices, healthy, bloodtested, day olds, two-week-olds. four-week olds, ROUDABUSH’S. 139 Radio and Repairs EXPERT RADIO REPAIR SERV ice! We call for and deliver. Let us estimate your next job. Thrif-T-Stores, Inc., Phone 726 SHACKELFORD’S RADIO SERV ice. Any make—any model. 3rd and Grace, Phone 2709. (Com mercial Frigidaire Dealer). 139 Radio and Repairs FRENCH RADIO CO., SALES AND Service. ^Satisfaction guaranteed. Complete stock of new radios. Luke French, Phone 852- 1304 Market Street. DIXIE RADIO SERVICE. OPEN day and night. Work guaranteed 418 So. Third St., Phone 2248-J. 150 Real Esiaie YOU CAN SELL YOUR PROPER ty through our aggressive meth ods; send description and lowest cash price. A. B. WALTON CO. Tide Water Bldg. Phone 236 BEAUTIFUL LOTS ON TURN pike in Idlewild. Will exchange or sell. E. F. Troy, Phone 2292-J. LIST YOUR RENTAL AND SALES With Us. A-l Service. Frank G. Harriss. 120 Princess St, $1000 WILL BUY ABROAD A N E beautiful homesite in New Forest Hills today. Prices will soon be advanced, Mako your choice today and save. LONG TERMS W. A. McGIRT 217 Princess Street FOR BEST RESULTS LIST YOUP property with Marshall Realtj Co., 216 Princess St., Phone 976 WRIGHTS VILLE BEACH LOTS and cottages for sale. We hav< several good buys. H. F. Wilder Phone 631. SALES-RENTALS-IN VESTMENT Moore-Fonvielle Realty Co. We are equipped to serve you 155 Seeds and Plants Wood’s Seed Corns All Varieties Including Hybrids Treated Cotton Seed; Cow Peas; Early and Grant Wilt • Resistanl Ramshorn Blackeye. Seed Potatoes: Onion Sets; Lespedeza, Grasses T. W. Wood & Sons 317 No. Front St. Phone 133 FRESH SEEDS — TOMATO, PEP per. Garden Peas, Lettuce, Tur nips, etc.. Cabbage Plants. Rouda bush’s, Front and Dock- ^ CARPET GRASS—DALLIS GRASS Lespedeza. Also complete stock Garden, Field and Flower Seed Cross Seed Co. 12 Market St. Phone 1111 Seed Potatoes Certified Maine and Prince Ed ward Island Cobblers. Select Red Bliss. CROSS SEED CO. POTTED PLANTS AND CUT Flowers, Flagstones, Stepping Stones for walls and terraces John Verzaal, Winter Park. Read The Classified Ads 170 Wanted for your bottled BEVER ages, ice cream, magazines, cigar ettes, newspapers, call 9135. Joe Chadwick’s Soda Shop and News, 10th and Grace. Free delivery. WANTED, LARGE CLEAN RAGS. Bring to Press Room Star-News, Murchison Bldg. FOR QUICK RENTAL RESULTS, List Your Vacancies in the Want Ads. Phone 2800—Cost Small. TO BUY FOR CASH—LOT SUIT able for home building; or will trade waterfront lot Harbor Is land. “Lot,” c-o Star-News. 180 Legal NOTICE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF NEW HANOVER The undersigned having qualified as the executor of the estate of William C. Mebane deceased, on the 15th day of February, 1940, this is to notify all persons having ciaims against said estate to present same to the undersigned at 313 Mur chison Bldg., Wilmington, N. C.. be fore the 17th day of February, 1941. or this notice will be pleaded in bar of recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make im mediate payment. This the 15th day of February, 1940. WILLIAM C. MEBANE. JR., Executor of the Estate of William C. Mebane, Deceased. EXECUTRIX NOTICE Having qualified as Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of Mary F. Cheek, deceased, this is to notify all persons having claims against said estate to present the same to the undersigned at 312 Ann Street, Wilmington, N. C., on or before the 9th day of February, 1941, or this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery; all persons indebted to said estate will please make immediate payment. This 9th day of February 1940. ETHEL MAY FARRISS, Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of Mary F- Cheek. IN BANKRUPTCY NO. 592 In the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of North Carolina. Wilmington Division. In the matter of Arthur Badger Camp bell. Whiteville N. C.. RFD No. 1. Bankrupt. Notice of first meeting of creditors. To the creditors of the above-named Bankrupt: Notice is here, by given that on the 7th day of March, 1940, the said Arthur Badger Camp bell was duly adjudicated bankrupt; and that the first meeting of hit creditors will be held at Wilmington, North Carolina, in the office of the Deputy Clerk of this Court in the Custom House, on the 26th day ol March, 1940, at 2:30 p. m., at which time the said creditors may attend prove their claims, appoint a trustee examine the bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properls come before said meeting. W. B. Dun can, Referee in Bankruptcy, Raleigh N. C., March 13, 1940. IN BANKRUPTCY NO. 593 In the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District o: North Carolina, "Wilmington Division in the matter of R. E. Bradshaw Clinton, N. C.. RFD, Bankrupt. Notici of first meeting of creditors. To thi creditors of the above-named Bank rupt: Notice is hereby given that or the 26th day of February, 1940, i!« said R. E. Bradshaw was dul) adjudicated bankrupt; and that tin first meeting of his creditors will b( held at Wilmington, North Carolina in the office of the Deputy Clerk ol this Court in the Custom House, of the 26th day of March, 1940, at 2:30 p m.. at which time the said creditor; may attend, prove their claims, ap point a trustee, examine the bank rupt, and transact such other busines; as may properly come before saic meeting. W. B. Duncan, Referee if Bankruptcy. Raleigh, N. C., Marcl 13, 1940. IN BANKRUPTCY NO. 591 In the District Court of the Unitec States for the Eastern District o: I SIDE GLANCES 1P40 iY NEA SEftVlCE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF, r \ “I always know it’s time to go when my husband starts his juggling tricks.” CIVIL SERVICE EXAM The United States Civil ’ Service commission has announced open competitive examinations for the positions listed below. Applications must be on file in the commission's office at Washington, D. C-, not later than April 8. Senior inspector, engineering ma terials (mechanical), $2,600 a year, senior inspector, engineering ma terials (hulls), $2,600 a year, inspec tor, engineering materials (mechani cal), $2,000 a year, inspector, engi neering materials (hulls), $2,000 a year. The place of employment for these positions is thi navy depart ment for duty in the field wherever assigned. For the ncsitions of sen ior inspector (mechanical), and in spector (mechanical), applicants must show experience in the inspec tion and-or testing of mechanical engineering materials. For senior inspector (hulls), and inspector (hulls), applicants must show ex perience in the inspection and-or testing steel shapes, plates, and metal sheets. Substitution of educa tion, or of other inspectional exper ience, but not both, will he accepted 1 for part of the required experience. Applicants must not have passed their 53rd birthday. Associate Entomologist (taxon omy), $3,200- a year, for filling the position of assistant curator, na tional museum, Smithsonian Insti tue, Washington, D. C.; assistant entomologist (taxonomy), $2,600 a year, bureau of entomology and plant quarantine, department of of agriculture. For both positions applicants must have completed a 4-year college course leading to a bachelor’s degree with major sludy in entomology. Except for the sub stitution of certain postgraduate study, applicants for the position of associate entomologist must also show responsible research exper ience in classifying and determin ing the relationship of insects be longing to the order Coleoptera. For the position of assistant entomolo gist, they must show research ex perience in the taxonomy of Coleop tera or in the taxonomy of Lepidoy tera. Applicants must not have pass ed their 53rd birthdav. Full information may be obtained from A B. Bradshew, secretary of the U. S. Civil Service Board of Examiners at the postoffice. WAR PRIZE KINGSTON, Jamaica, March 14.— CP)—The 5,600-ton German steamer Hannover, captured by allied war ships off Puerto Rico March 7, was brought into Kingston today as a war prize. The Hannover was inter cepted while trying to get home from Willemstad, Netherlands West In dies. Her crew tried to burn and scuttle her but failed. 180 Legal North Carolina. Wilmington Division, in the matter of Patten Package Com pany, Calypso, N. C., Bankrupt. Notice 1 of first meeting of creditors. To the creditors of the above-named Bank rupt: Notice is hereby given that on the 14th day of February, 1940. the said Patten Package Company was duly adjudicated bankrupt; and that the first meeting of its creditors will be held at Wilmington, North Carolina, in the office of the Deputy Clerk of ihis Court in the Custom House, on the 26tli day of March, 1940, at 2:30 p. m., at which time the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, ap point a trustee, examine the bank rupt, and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting. W. B. Duncan, Referee in Bankruptcy. Raleigh. N. C., March 13, 1940. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 EASTER ^^^KKASONS UHY^lll ■iT YOIJ WILL LIKE W|| OUR SERVICE ^gH §£ I—No co-signers. 2—No W collateral. 3—No ques- W, f tioning of employers or || friends. 4—Immediate || service. 5 — Conveniently J& located. 6 — All transac- S tions held In strictest Jpg confidence. « WILMINGTON ^Br FINANCE CO. JHgjlj 202 Murchison Bids •I 75 * 95c ! ♦ for it i:x r ♦ f i NOW READY FOR OCCUPANCY i j IWk PRINCESS STREET j c Attractive, freshly decorated, first floor business * | offices. Very moderate rental. j | SEE ? ! Willetts Realty Co. ! I Phones 342 & 304 | BFI.A LAN AN COURT REPORTER — Founded on Actual Court Records and You Can Be the Judge By L. Allen Heine ( The Strange Case of THE SNAKE IN THE GRASS • IN SIX EPISODES , NO. 5 Names of rlace* avd persons in :his story ^^re^/icttiious^^^ THE BLOW WAS FALLEN \ DIVORCE ! A SETTLEMENT OF $10,000 AND NOV- RAUL ©REGORy LIES DANGER OUSLV ILL Ar HIS SISTER'S HOME? JULIA! JULIA! WHERE IS SHE? I ..I WANT O'JULIA • _p| _.* 'k. (T. M. Reg. U S Pat. Off—World rlg^ts*****^ I reserved by Carlilc Crutcher.)_V T_ _i L UM'M! V) FROM HER ! ,ir“ THAT'S THE BEST PLACE SOB THAT ! AND FINAULV T THIS TRAGIC tMBLEM ON THE FRONT DOOR !