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ANCTIHSR PEMNSY CF INCOME—Jf& L BOH-DIN6* IN / MOMENT ( LiAuil \' OF VILLAINY- I Nj. J V^ Y X __-Tf£rT. NOVI VIMAT CAN Jl . I IN NT /\\ H~": ) r ii . :' T*j ks ON, VN.CJ DAILY DISPATCH, FRIDAY, MAY 12, ‘ 1983 1 REAL PEPPERMINT ■ ..:... '. ■ .IT I . lrs>A /P rp FOUND \nrv@te MADAGASCAR, THE ko(§« 4ips*Ok , 2^ss;^ B^^ , •' , I i /VOAH fIKIMSKULV ’— DEAR NOAM- \MVAEAi TUG MOON COME S OVER, THE MOUNTAIN. \Mii_L- tug mountaineer; ? STILL BE THERE? MRS RGrBRICfiS, SAN DlgCq. CVxyiF DEAR. NOAH HOW OFTEN SHOULD THEY CHANGE THE OIL. ON THE TRoOSEED WATERS? ’send hT - ) JoecuAUDesoM, Your M<ron,ohip HOAH- THE OLD HOME TOWN **««»« «• *• p««* omce By STANLEY iTthosh /ARE FROM HOOTSTOWM (1 //T~ i so you have^ odst V)S^-pN< £ J —i,-v«a*»Bar' LUKE 'TRIFL-ER THOUGHT ME HAD AU OF HIS HIDDEN VnIHEN THE '' DOCi TAY. ASSESSOR. CALLED^BUTA black cat ram across the yard ‘ 1 s (0 1933 Lee W. Stanley Central Press LI ' Editor’s Wife on Trial fe*‘ iSsfc J-S^^KT™ Mrs. Edith R. Banks Politics has been intermingled ■ with murder at the trial of Mrs. Edith R. Banks, above, former Riverside, Cal., society matron, at Eugene, Ore., and her husband, L. A. Banks, crusading newspaper editor of Medford, Ore., for the first degree murder of Police Offi. cer ( George Prescott. Prescott was killed while attempting to ar rest Banks for alleged theft of 10,000 ballots from the court house vaults. Banks had led a hitter political fight against south pl'n Oregon officials. GROCERY STORES, FISH DEALr ers and others can save money on their wrapping paper by buying old i papers for 10c per bundle at the Dispatch office. Also fine for kindling fir« 3. 19-ts. Wife Preservers I si Dolts’ cSothA.-.pihs are u>:e! i! jr, hanging baby clolhns and hand, kcrfltirfe; on a cord across ti i( ; pore*. The big pins fall out and fe&fety puis iie apt to te.u me ilothna Dispatch WANT ADS Get Results CURB MARKET WILL BE ON LOT at rear of post office Saturday. FOR SALE: ONE CHEVROLET Truck with wrecker derrick. One Chrysler roadster, sport model 7y ,one air -compressor, one generator battery charger, one connecting rod rebabbitting machine and various garage equipment. R. M. Hester. , 11-2 ti FOR SALE: TOMATO PLANTS, strawberries, green cabbage, tender green onions- Phone 8899-W. Fail- Grounds. W. T. Taylor. 12-2 U FOR POTATO PLANTS AND TO imato plants see E. M. Newman, phone 3302 or H. B. Newman Store, Phone 250. 10-12-16-18 | TOMATO PLANTS EARLIANA, j Marglobe, Break ’ODay, Pondeosa, Brimmer and Stone. Doz. sc; 100 35c Mrs. J. M. Grissom 280 Chavasse Ave. Grissom Bros. Store. 121-ti NOTICE —' ~ WHEN YOU NEED ! motor oil come to 847 North Gar nett street and get the best for , .only 11c quart. Guaranteed at high i est speed for the priced j car. 11-3 ti ALL KINDS OF SMALL PLANTS j for porch and rock gardens at our greenhouses. Bridger’s—The Florist. Phone 380. 12-2 ti OUR DESIRE FOR YOUR PATRON age is surpassed only by our deter mination to deserve it. Allen Barber Shop. 426 Garnett St. 2-f Thu.*s-Fri. ts. DO THAT PAINT JOB NOW. Esti mates furnished gladly. Call 603-W. A. J. Jones. Get our prices first. 1112-15 ELOODTESTED BABY CHlCKS— every week beginning Feb. 9th. Rocks, Reds, Wyandotts and white Leghorns. Book your order now. Special attention given custom hatching. Robertson Poultry Farm. Route 1. Phone 2103. Fri-Tues ts. » EXPERT MECHANICAL ANdlbAT tery charging work, all guaranteed, any automobile. Good gasoline and greases. Adcock and Abbott, Prop rietors, Corner Garnett Street An drews avenue. 11-2 ti NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION. I am this uay qualified before the Clerk of the Superior Court as ad ministrator of the estate of W. B. Henderson, deceased, and this is to notify all persons holding claims against the estate of said deceased, to present them to me or my attorney, properly verified, on or before the 6Ui *'day of May, 1934, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment. This 61 h day of May, 1933. WILLIAM GREEN, Admr, of the estate of W. B. Henderson, deceased- A. A Bunn, Attorney. ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. North Carolina! Vance County: Having qualified as Administrator of the Estate of Mary S. Burroughs, deceased, late of Vance County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned administrator at Dabney. North Carolina, on or before May 4, 1934 or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery.- All persons indebted to said esta'a will pleas* make immediate payment. This the 4th day of May, 1933. W B. BURROUGHS, Administrator. B. P. Wyche, Attorney. COMMISSIONERS SALE. The undersigned commissioner t>e lng duly licensed by a judgment of the Superior Court in an action en titled “Vance County Vs. heirs of Henry Lewis deceased,” and all other persons claiming any interest in the land herein described, will offer for sale at the courthouse door in Hen derson, N. C-, at 12 O’clock by public auction, on Monday 29th day of May, 1933, the following described lands: Ist; Begin at a stake in the County line, and old road, and run along the old road Peter Young’s line, N, 88 i W, 84 poles to a stake near a white j.oak in the John G. Jones’ Line, thence i along John G. Jones’ line, S 3 1-1 W, 2 4poles 20 links to a stone, thence S 88 E, 82 poles to a stake in the old road, thence along the old road 28 poles 20 links to place of begin ning, containing 15 acres. 2nd: Begin at R. R. Kerneys cor ner, in the Warrenton road, 10 feet from a stone, in the West side of said road, and run thence along said Kerneys line, N 88 W, 20.42 chns to a stake, Kerneys corner in Jones line; thence along Jones’ line N 3 3-4 E, 4.90 chns. to a stone, in Jones line, thence S 88, 20.50 chns. [ o a* l old road, 10 feet from the stone on the Western edge of said road, thence along said road S 6 W T est, 4.92 chns. to the beginning, containing 10 acres imore or less- This 20th day of April, 1933. A. A. BUNN, Commissioner.