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Stnopsu JNB Chandler tut created1 the
eceaw twice In ordr (a return with Connie
AOs bury mud her other to frame her into
m enit fo alienation of affection at a meane
of qnathing a libel ml( or $8,000,000 the ha
brought ogatnet the New York Star vohich
had pictured her at a huaband-etealer. War
ren Baggerty, managing editor, had per
moaded hie fiancee to marry Chandler in or
der to bring the enit and then divoroo him.
Chandler -make no headway wUh Connie,
hut her father, behoving Mm to he em ewpert
angler, invitee htm to the ABonbury Lodge
to the Adirondaeke. Connie meet there, tee, ,
ml Chandler, phouee Haggerty to bring hit '
wife to name only. Chandler eotehee a wary
trout that had defied aU emglert, and Connie
hefts to boHeoo he is not merely after hot
A SWIM BYYoONUOtfr
Connie emulating magician,
keld up her hands, -rolled up Imag
inary aleeves. "Nothing in my hands.
Nothing up my sleeves. They laugh
td at me when I sat down at the
piddle.1? - . "
"It's amazing you and a grld-ole-eake.
I never would have paired
?Ah, there are many sides to my
mature depths you little dream
"I begin to believe you are right".
' "Ton should study them aome-
"What would you suggest?"
Bhe hesitated a moment, then
Ud abruptly: "How would you like
.mno go for a moonlight swim later?
sou do swim?" .
"Almost as well as X dance."
I'm afraid you'll drown! It's aw
killy cold. Do you mind?"
"Me! mind? Why, Im known to
- ny Intimates as 'Polar-Bear Chand
ler'." "I always come down for a
"It's been perfect,"-responded
BilL "The ' ;
very best I"
plunge. IVs evea staid aU night'
. TB not afraid." Dance music
anned across the water to them.
"What's that?" exclaimed Bill,
startled. She indicated the button
she had pushed.
"Remote control. Radio In the
bath-house, connected to the raft
by a wire. I like musie with my
Bill sat on the chest and looked
'down at her. "You're a funny kid.
That's what you seem up here.
Vrydlfferent from the gal on the
"And I feel different This place
to all tied up with my childhood.
JTh trees, the air, the water, even
the frogs . . . I love It alt - We've
"always, had heavenly times here,
every minute completely xiUed-ltke
"It's been perfect." responded Bill
soberly. "The very best"
"But It's costing me- a fortune,"
jshe said in mock seriousness. I'm
saying dearly for this day of fun."
'"But how . . . what?". Said BUI,
completely bowled over. "I mean,
Just..." . .
ne laugnea, arew ner . nana
across his face, without touchlnr
l , as though to wipe off Hs expres
sion, "It's my own. fault for daring
to bet with father on men. I'm a
rotten Judge of men."
"Aren't we aur as asaaa, gain
"Anyway I bet him a new plane
that you'd tip your hand In the
Brat twenty-four hours."
" Tip my hand'? Go on."
r She became apologetic "You see.
every one wants to Know us . . . and
rou did want to know us on tho
pW the tout,- repeated BiH grim-
( "But I didn't know your type,"
l "Type, my eye . . . I'm unique!"
pie was Indignant
i "That's a' heln! Well. Dad claced
bou . . . Impetuous, friendly, enthus
iastic, guileless ..."
"Just a minute!" he Interrupted.
: Tin not sure about 'guileless'. It
. bounds a bit on the half-wit side.
IVhst was your analysis?"
"Well, at first I said - - on the
boat . . . Just another fortune hunter
ehasms? flftv million dollars nn the
"What conceit!" said Bill gravely.
"X know. It's silly, but then you
told me off for being fragile! But
I still said there was something else
benevar It I
vest safer you oiunt tisni" sue gnn
toed at her own stupidity,
sjtfT Sa wa. ,
. "live aad lean, says I, Connie,
, tay engV es time Wt hot on
mnemf bhe patted a pillow, saw
V are you thinking?"
- mjom I omm across . . .
-4 sharp, jewel thief . . ."
' . - m f-"3!" aa ssetalaaad ta.
r '. . ouM I have sols) that
' U ,tt you! lather over estl-
i i . ' - s renuuned Si-ent and she
smraraiiyt -uoxn you see
-ut or yie way , ,
ismm! cmiwsj van4
"Donl apologise (or suspecting
people," said BUI quietly. He leaned
down, tilted her face with bis hand.
"Keep right on; ring; very coin you
meet - There sire lots of wooden
nlckles. Now we're going." Hs took
her hands and pulled her to her feet
"Qoinjr?" she exploded. "You're
erasy! I want to talk. You're the
nisi person in years. . . xou re in
for it, my lad . . . the story of my
life . . . the kitten who died when I
was six and my Great Aunt Math
ilda ... all those twisted newspaper
tales you, read . . . about my ro
mances . . . and why they weren't
"Give me your coat; we're going!
There aren't going to be any more
twisted stories!" At her amazed
look, hs continued: "What do you
think a paper could do with thief
"And wouldn't they juetl You, me,
here . '. . alone on the raft . . ."
The hour of eleven was announc
ed over the boathouas radio. "Come
on, give me your robe."
'And touts Cinderella a brotherr
the leered. ."What happens on the
stroke of twelve?" .
"Zoull aever mow," Bill mutter
ed grimly. "For. the last time.
woinan. Win you give ma that coat,
or do I . . .
As he started towards her, she
backed away, turned to run, swing.
ing around an awning pole precari
ously ever the adn nf ih mtt mil
grabbed her, held her a breathless
momeni m ais arms tin she got her
Oh. oh!" aha nmrA lulf witw.
jess with laughter, then broke away.
She slid into the water, nr. i mil
, j"u wini i n race vou. .
splashed la beside her.
They were arm In arm as they,
ascended the veranda tna at i
lodge. She stopped- to look at the
moon. . -
"Arent you ashamed to lean a
moon like that?" she said mock-
dontl Let's go to meet it!
IPs streaking across ths sky and
fon T'"! drop And weTl be there
to catch it!"
"Ton lunatic!" There
thing tender in her voiea.
Tt sets In Manhattan. hmiIiu
down like a golden egg on ths side
walks of New York. Well catch
It there. Get on your coat!" , '
Oh. drive in laniftrnt vmi
rdjpve It! It's a gram Idea, Bill!"
we your coat, and your
she asked aston-
"It doubles the hick, they say
whenever you take along father!"
He put his hands to his mouth to
yodel. She stopped him.
"It's more than your life is
"Is that afl?"
"Well mora than mr remit Hnnf
We'll drive to town, but we'll drive
none, i n leave a note.-
; "No!" he exploded authoritatively.
She was exasperated.; "Are you'Vi,
trying to teach me discretion??-' ;M
. "TTiiS Is ths nst.JessnajU5iifc)?!
'"Very well, then don't gf re
ruse to wake him from that dream- :
less sleep." ;;.
Thev enfnmf tbm loifira mrhii.
Connie was mixing nlK-ht-cans. Bill '
turned on the radio till tt ahHvH i -
Annilyi' Mr. AHenburr tnkad Ma '
head out of the door. "Who turned '
on max oisstea rscKetT" ' i
. Allenbury, Tve got a great ,
Idea. The moon's glorious! We're
going to drive . yon and Connie :
and me ... ' . ,
"The man's either drhnk Mnuml "
struck!" cried Mr. AUenbury as .
Connie t entered with a - cocktail ' .'
shaker. "Sleep It off. Connie, you '
go to bed! The Idea, waking people .
P ." He disapoeared grrambling. j ' '
."There goes reuHusosk'VssUd Cob
But twelve o'clock would soon be
upon them, and But had no idea
Jfl Ja"T"rtr Gladys
reach theledge. Ut must head tbea
the Auenbnry groends. -
"Irs a hnld ml" aaLS' flhia, i
Wppjng eff h-r braeetata and drop-
Ko. lOas. rat a divorce deteo
tlve," ' - , j. c , S,
' Out of tke .shadow stepped
man, hand raised. '
I'" 1 ' i n iTi is sssies chsa, "" t.
iTo ho eontUmodJi
'sum - t
A ear came to an ahrmc mUm at . Visited' U Windsor
a drntrmr aixa ttl.hl 4L. Vf.'.W. -r.
Mr. and Mrs, Pollard Here For Easter
Mr. and iMrs. & R Pollard, of (Bell
Artliur, Bpentj tae'itascer. noiidaja
with Mrs. Pollard's parents, imr. ana
Mrs. K. I. Elliott
Miss Jean While At Home
Miss Jean .white, wno is a siudent
at . C T. C., . Greenville, was at
noow'ior tae ' 'h4Wir uuuuays wiui
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. i. a.
'' Miss Stephens Here
Miss Patricia ; fetepnens, who- jis'
student at Atlantic College, to W
son. spent the holidays wits her pat
rents, Mr, and Mrs, P. l. Stephens.
From Eloa Ootiege
Miss Ona ' Mary iitepnens and
Creignton Stephens, who ae students
at Elon College, spent the Easter
holidays with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. 0. U. atepaeuu.
Al Ward At Home
Al Ward, who is a stuuent at Fork
Union, was at home lor the Easter
holidays witn his parents, ur. una
Mrs. 1. A. Ward.
Visited At Wmdsor
Miss Carolyn Riddick spent the
week-end witn her sister, lars. John
Lewis Perry, at Windsor.
Visited Mrs. Hawkins
(Mrs. M. H. White, of Greenville,
spent tae week-end with her sister,
Mrs. G. T. Hawkins.
Herman Ward At Home
Herman Ward, who is a student at
the University of North Carolina, ar
rived Tuesday to spend the spring
holidays with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Ward.
Visited Mrs. CofHeld
Mr. and. Mrs. 11. b. Coiiield and
their two children, Margaret Ellen
ana u. is., jr., of Nonolk, Va., spent
tae week-end owiti' Mr. Cofl'ield's
uiotner, Mrs. 'K.4 B. Coiiield.
Keturn From r'ayeiieville
Mi. ana Mrs. tt. U. Winslow, Miss
ixauiemie winsiow and inilry, Jr.,
iiuve returneu iroin a vist to Mrs.
Winsiov's parents at Fayettevilie.
Miss Young Visits Here
Miss Ethel Young, of Raleigh, vi
sitea her sister, Mrs. L. W. Ander
son at Belvidere for few days re
Retara To Pertaawta
Jin. R. B. AloextsoB, of Ports
mouth, Vk, who has bees tae guest
of her mother, Mrs. W. Q. Gaithcr,
for several days, was Joined by Mr.
iwoerison lor we jtvaster ooiidays
and tiie couple retnmed! to their
nouie on Sunday. 4
Visitors From Norfolk
Mrs. W. H. Hudson and her daugh
ter, juiss Mary 'tudor Hudson, of
MonoUc, Vs., spent the week-end with
Mrs. iiuusoM luotber, Mrs. T. F.
Miss Elliott At Home
Miss Ruth Elliott, who uf evatudent
at the Woman's College -of the Uni
versity of North Carolina, 'Spent the
Easter holidays with ' her .parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Elliott. "
Miss Relfe At Hoie .,
Miss Mary, Onelia jKelie, who
teaches at Robenonville, pent tae
raster noiiaays wq ner parents, Mr.
and Airs. Nathan Relie. 1 '
Francis Jess up At Heme ;
Francis Jessup, who is a student at
Oak Ridge, spent the Easter holidays
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. & P.
Mr. and Mrs. Essoa Here
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kason, r of
Crewe, Vs., spent the Easter holidays
mtiui Mrs. mason's mother, -Mrs. J. H.
vVisited JNear EUaibeth. ty t
Mrs. Jenkins Walters and Miss Lota
dpivey spent Easter Day with Mrs.
v insiow's sister, Mrs. C. W. Ives,
near Elizabeth City.
Here For The Holidays
Mrs. J. C Moore and her son, Wil
liam Murphey, and Buddy Pinkney,
of Brewester, N. Y., spent the Easter
holidays . with Mrs. , Moore's" mother,
Mrs. Ida : Gregory. s .
' Wrigttsoa Jackson At Hoate-
Wrightson . Jackson, who Is a stu
dent at . Wake Forest College, spent
the Easter holidays with his mother,
Mrs. J. W. Jackson, at New Hope,
ahd- was fa Herordtont Sunday. , -
ttfc'and . Mrs. W. 6. v.", Newbv and
family spent- Eter Day Twftk rela
tives t WindsoK,. . ' . i,?? '.
-1 f,,1 rs'' i ..i ? ; j- i ,j j i 1
-':-' Retarns' To Lsuldiwrg '', .
, Hannr Stokes. Jr.. and a acnool
friend, Carl ;t iChaticer, .tfc students at
Louisburg College, returned to Louis- the honoree, Misses Geneva v.1.ite,
burg on Sundy: after spending the Francis Newby, Ruth Holywell, and
Easter" holidays wit hMr and Urs.Clarke Stokes, George .? 1 1 "Js, Kar
II. C.Stokes.Jt f .- ,- .
j ' Rob Morris Here
I Rob Morris, who is a student t
' Fork Union, spent the jSaster holi-
days with hit parents, Mr.t fnd Mrs,
Miss Prue Newity At Home
Miss Prue Newby, who isf a student
at E. C. T. spent the Easter holi
days witn her parents. Mr. and Mrs,
W. G. Newby, -,
" Wsjhtoftojt y isRors . J fc
Pr. J. J. Skinner and Mrs, Skinner,
miai'Mb .Las SldmMCr- of -Waahimrton
D. C, spent the ''Easter holidays at
their country home, "Cove Grove,"
InOW Neck. '
Robert Riddick At Home
Robert Riddick, who holds a po
sition with the State Highway Com
missionr was at home) for the week
end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. M. Riddick.
Spent Easter Here
Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Babb and
their attractive daughter, Helen, , of
Durham, spent the week-end with
Mr. Eatb's mother, Mrs. W. L. F.
Visited Mr. snd Mrs. Hendricks
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hendricks had
as guests on Easter Day Mr. and
Mrs. Rufus Harrell, of Norfolk, Mr.
and Uoyd Elliott, of Wilmington, and
Wrightson Jackson, Jr., of Wake
Miss Payne at Home
(Miss Louise. Payne, who is a stu
dent at the University of North Car
olina, arrived Tuesday to spend the
spring holidays with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. E. Payne.
Miss Stephens at Home
Miss Dorothy Stephens, of the Wil
son faculty, spent the week-end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Ste
phens. Dozier Sutton Here
Dozier Sutton, who holds a position
in Newport News, Va., spent Sunday
with his. parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Guy Newby at Home
Guy Newby, Jr.", who is a student
at the University of North Carolina,
is spending the spring holidays with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. New
Visited Mrs, Gregory
Mrs. Ida Gregory had aa guests on
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W, A. Gregory
and Mrs. G. A. Baucont, of Fayette
vilie, and Mrs. W. E. Sprout, of Nor
folk. ;,..v; ;.-'
Shelton White, of Raleigh, spent
the, week-end with nls Mother, Mrs.
R. T. White. .v-:..'i 'fi.;;, -
Ret arms to Sckoel
Claude Brian, who spent the spring
holidays with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Rosser Brinn, baa- returned te
IujsbrCe41t-to. muine . his
a&dies.' i - - "
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ai Buchanan, Miss
Mary Frances-Bachannt Miss ' Mar
tha Buchanan, Mrs. Alston Stubbs of
Durham and Mia Hatsman, of Balti
more, stoppea xor a visit, at tne nome
of Mr. and Mrs. T. . S. White on
Thursday when they were en route to
Nags . Head to spend the week-end.
Miss Stokes at Beau
Miss Joyce Stokes, who teaches at
Kenley, was at iiome for the week
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs,
B. C Stokes. . ' c - ,
., Spending Holidays at Home
Miss Mary Wood Koonee, who is
a student of the Woman's College of
the University of North Carolina, is
spending the Easter holidays with
her parents, Mr., and Mrs. . B. G.
Koonce. , , . .
Raleigh Visitors "
Mr. and Mrs. Duke Morgan and
their children, Duke, Jr., and. Bettie,
spent the week-end with Mrs. Mor
gan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Evsrt
Newby, , ,
Edgar White at Horn '
Edsrar Whit, a atmlant at W C
C. W4 , b at borne for the ' spring
holidays, with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C W. White.
Visited Miss Charlotte Reee? ' '
Miss Elisabeth -Reed, of the Bal-
lahack conanunlty, spent the week
end with Miss Charlotte Rood, at her
home near Hertford. ' 1
MISS RUTH WINSL0W H0NOSTD
Urs. Jr B. Basnight enterUined at
a fish fry at her horns near Burgess
on ' Caster ' llonday, honoring I her
niece, Miss Ruth Winsiow, of Kert-
!The guests ihcluded, in addition to
rell Johnson and Uurwdci iea. ;
BALLABACX A PLAY
"THIS- THING ' CALLED LOVE"
A three act . : comedy "This Thing
Called Love" will be given at Bal
lahack tchool ; Thursday night, April
8, at 8 o'clock.
- The public is invited to attend. A
small admission fee will be charged.
Ice cream wwlll be sold. , '-'-";
HALLAHACK P. T. A. MEETS
The Ballahack ParentrTeacher As
sociation held its ' regular " meeting
Tuesday night: .with the -"president,
Mrs. Percy Rogerson, presiding, -
Mr. Nixon "Hollowell led the devo
tionaL After the business session, s
program composed 1 of A community
singing was given.1' ' . i ,
After stunts and games' were play
ed everyone went out and enjoyed a
weiner roast given. ytbe. nmf
,-Miss Katherine V,'a atoaent of
E. C. T. C, spent' tte Esster hoU:
days With her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I.E. Perry, 'j .x-.,,, w
Me. and Mrs, Cahlrie TJmphlett, of
Winfall, Mrs. Evie McCarter, Mrs.
Charlie McCarter and children, Vera
and Chester, Mr. and Mrs.; Riddick
of Sandy Cross spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Morgan.
. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest fitallings
spent Sunday with" her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. V. Stallings.
Misses Katherine and Esther
Perry spent the week-end with Miss
Visitors at the home of .Mr. and
Mrs. C. L Godwin Sunday were; Mr.
and Mrs. Joe . Smith and daughter
Carolyn, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dav
enport of Elizabeth City. Mr. and
Mrs, George Roach, Miss Mary Elis
abeth White and Erwin Perry.
Clarence Twine of Norfolk spent
the week-end with his sister, Mrs.
Effie Miller. .
Mr. and Mrs. Brady Hare and
children of Edenton visited her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Roach, Sun
Misses Viola and Irene Byrum
spent the week-end with Miss Clara
Mae Byrum. . ,
Mrs. Graham Twine visited her
mother, Mrs. Cecil Byrum, Monday
Misses Thelraa Chappell and Eli
zabeth Hayes visited Mr. and Mrs.
Freeland Chappell Sunday evening.
i Mr. and Mrs. U. & iwine - and
I family, Mr. and Mrs. Graham Twine
visited Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Chappell
Mrs. Josie CopelanaVof Greenville,
visited her mother, Mrs. N. B. Dail,
An Easter program was rendered
at Happy Home Church Sunday even
ing. . ::.,:'::-,.
Guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. O. C Twine Sunday evening in
cluded Mr. and lira. Percy Chappell
and children, Jean and Jeanette, Mr.
and Mr. GillUm Twin, Misses Mar
garet and Marie Raper, Luther Chap
pell and Miss Gladys Chappell, all of
UelvMere.' , u -
' Mr. and Mrs. James ' Byrum, of
Hertford, visited his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. R, Byrum, Sunday. . -
i Mr. and Mrs. W.. M. Byrum,'ef
Hertford, visited Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Byrum Sunday afternoon. J- . '
miss Haset uwena spent the weekr
end with her parents near Elisabeth
FREE! IF .EXCESS ACID CAUSES
yon Stomach Ulcers, , Gas Pains,
Indigestion, Heartburn, .Belching,
Bloating, Nausea, get free sample
doctor's prescription, UdfcvatRob
erson Drug Store. . ,
mar 19 to apr June 4 ' '
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified as Administrator
of the estate of Luther Riddick, de
ceased, late of Perquimans County,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims ' against t1
... of said deceased to e.
tutua to the undersigned at Eelr. w.
N. Ct on or before the 18th day of
March, 1938, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. All
persons Indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment,' "
mis 13th day of March, 1987.
' WILLIAM RIDDICK
' Administrator of Lather Riddick:
mar 19, 26, apr 2, 9, 16, 23 -
North Carolina, - In the - .
Perquimans County ' Superior Court
' Before the Clerk - . f
r. T. S. White, Plaint: J, - n
' -' Chas. Johnson, Defendant '
NOTICB OF salt: C7 LAND FOR
Under and hr vi. '
t ii f r ave
Hy containci la i . .
of the Supericr C
enticed ess t ' 5
aurch, 1.-7, t i ' . v "v
miscioner v 1 t i I ;
day of ; c .
infcef r- -ir V
Uc a-'I;-', t . . , f r
ct-b, ii, . t :
of 1 1 ! -.ii
Perr-L , .C,-
tlcutariy described as follows:
."1st Tract. A lot on the south aid
of GruUb Strent in ttia Town vol
.'Hertford being lot No. 7 and one-
half of lot Nn X of thm iM hnM .
' property as platted and recorded in
Plat Book- oajre'Aa office of the
iRearfster of 1 Deeds of Perauimans
1 County, North Carolina, fronting
?S7 ft. on Grutb St, and running
' back. ISO ft. being the same lot con-;
veyea to w. jNorman ana vv. an.
viversi. Dy v m. iiangaton ana-me
and others by deed recorded in Book .
15, page 493, bjnce'of the Register
of, Deeds of Perquimans County,- and
conveyed by L. W. Norman and wife,"
Joeephine, , W. M, Divers and .wife, :
Marsde. to T. S and W. E. White bv
j deed recorded in Book 16 page 97 in
ww oiuce ox tae register oi ieeas ox ,
Perquimans County, N, C .
-.2nd Tract, All those two' certain t
tV lying iiTMie.Town of Hertford,
rreraoru . m ixwnsnip, - r- renralmanS
County, State , of North Carolina,
too, ' numbered, and designated' as
lots Ifos. 1 and lTion the phU of
Winsiow and White, which is of re
cord in the office of the Register of
Deeds, of Perquimans County, N, Ch
in Plat Book 2 page. 41, being ths
same property conveyed to said .
Trustee, by J. S. McNyer and Chas.
Whedbee, Oomtaissioners by deed
dated January 28th, 1922, and record
ed in Deed Book . 14, page 397, and
being . the identical land described
in that certain deed from Win, T.
uiiiiiiviutvuac iimvWi W A,. Oe
White and Chas. Johnson- and W. E.
White dated the 15th day of April,
1926, and recorded in Book 16,; page
215, Perquimans County Registry.
A deposit of five percent. of the ,
purchase price will be required of the
succeasful bidder immediately after
Dated and posted this 19th day of
C. R. HOLMES,
' ' OtHffitthwioner..,1
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified aa Administrator
of the estate , of Mrs. Fannie Butt,
deceased, late of Perquimans County,
North Carolina, this is to notify aU
persons having claims against the
estate of said deceased to exhibit'
them to the undersigned at Hertford,
N. C. Route 3. on or hnf oni tlia
day of February, 1928," op this notice
wiu oe pleaded in bar of their recov
ery. All persons indebted to said
estate win please make immediate
This 27th day of February, 1937.
CHESTER A. BUTT
Administrator of Mrs. Fannie Butt
mar 5, 12, 19, 26 april 2, 9
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified as Admhustratov
ox tne eetate oi v, U. laUnb, i
ed. late of Peiuuhnans Conntv.
Carolina, this te. iuUfw all
havinr claims ssrsinst the eahi
said deceased to exhibit them U
undersigned at ElissUtli City, X
on or before the jffth day f Mi
1938, er this notice wUI be plel
in bar of their recoverv. :A11 aerL.
indebted to said estate wQl ease
make immediate payment -V
This 16th day of March,' 19S7V
( . 8. W. TWIFQRD, "V
Aflmmwrator ox C G. Lamb.
MarJeeVApr463J10. - w . .-
r ic:;;i. rotm,
Wives, motberi, wtertlhey're often
fcrcsd lo point me way to hair
health to their men folkl For women :
4t -v ''at to Keallhy head produc'
,.,,.ne Jioirl And mat's w .
women everywhere are pointing t
' Fom-ol the remarkable foaming oV
: shampoo which first nourishes the
scalp, then takes the dull, parched
hair and brings it back to c'owlnjr
hsnth. Fom-ol is so econamkalj a
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