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The Franklin times. (Louisburg, N.C.) 1870-current, October 14, 1969, Page 5, Image 5

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Classified Ads Ratnc regular naiCi CLASSIFIED .06 par word minimum $1.00 par insertion ? .50 par run tarvice on kayad ads. CLASSIFIEDU.DISPLAY .84 par column inch. M E MORI AMS same u Classified Display. All Claasified ads must be paid in advance. FOR SALE FOR SALE: By Owner: 1966 Bel Aire Station Wagon, 4 dr., Auto Trans., Power brakes, air cond., 40,000 miles, new tires. Inspect on First Federal Savings parking lot. See Frank Read for price. 496-3156 or 496-4302. 10/2, 7, 9, 14, 16 ch. NEW X-ll reducing plan - 42 tablets $3.00 - Money back guarantee, Scoggins Drug. 9/30; 10/2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21,23 ch. FOR SALE: 1962 Galaxie 500, 4 -door hardtop. Good condition. Also pumkins for sale, all sizes. Contact Willie Conn, Call 853-2295. 10/9, 14 pd. TWO Good Used Seigler heaters. The Trading House. Phone 496-3980. 10/14, 16,21, 23 pd. , CARPETS and life too can be beautiful if you use Blue Lustre. Rent electric sham pooer $1. H. C. Taylor. 10/14 ch. FOR SALE - 37.5 acre farm. 1 pond, tenant dwelling and other buildings. 30 acres clear land, between Louisburg and Centerville, William O'Neal Realty Co. 10/14 ch. 4 ELECTROLUX vacuum cleaners and all attach ments to be sold for $39.95 each or monthly payments available. Un claimed Freight, 1005 East Whital.er Mill Road, Ral eigh, Vi block East of old Wake Forest Road. 9 A.M. - 6 P.M. Mon. - Fri. Sat. till 1 P.M. 10/14, 16 eh. SLIGHTLY SCRATCHED in shipment. 7 new 1969 zig zag sewing machines. Na tionally advertised brand with full factory guaran tee. $35 each or small monthly payments. These machines may be inspect ed in warehouse at Un claimed Freight, 1005 East Whitaker Mill Road, Ral eigh, '/i block East of old Wake Forest Road. 9 A.M. - 6 P.M. Mon. - Fri. Sat tUI 1 P.M. No sales to dealers. 10/14, 16 ch. 1969 STEREO consoles (Wal nut) 4 speakers. $88.00. Unclaimed Freight, 1005 East Whitaker Mill Road. Raleigh, 'A block East of old Wake Forest Road. 10/14, 16 ch. FOR RENT FOR RENT: 2 bedroom mobile home. Twin Oak. Trailer Park. 496-4255. 7/17 Th& Tutfch. PROPOSED Mobile Home Park, located on Riley Road, four mile* from Christian Academy Private School. Call Raleigh 787-7500 after 5:00 p.m. 10/14, 16 ch. WANTED LP OAS SERVICE MAN 1 yaar experience or more. CaU 919-496-5660 or 919-257-3880 for Interview. FOR RENT ? Suite of three offices, heat and air con dition furnished. Call Jack Cooper, 496-4138. 9/16 Tu & Th tfch. TRAILER SPACES For Rent: 2 miles west of Franklinton - Urge lot. Call 993-5665 in Kerners ville, N. C. collect. 9/16-10/16 pd. WANTED WANTED Tenant Family - Sober and reliable, 6 room house - hot and cold water with bath room - 10 acres tobacco, 10 acres corn, there is a farm pond - and all equipment needed to make a crop. Box 38, Louisburg, N. C? Phone 496-3345. 10/14, 16 ch. Help Wanted WAITRESS WANTED - Second shift, must be 18. Apply Dick's Drive Inn 7 /24 Th & Tu tf SERVICE WE SPREAD lime and fer tilizer (or less. L. H. Dickens & Son, Rt. 2, Louisburg. 853-2117. 11/26 Tu tfch. ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE Having qualified as Admin istratrix of the estate of Joseph John Horton, de ceased, late of Franklin Coun ty, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons having claims against the estate of s?id deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned on or be fore the 7th day of April, 1970, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their re covery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make immediate payment. This 6th day of October, 1969. DAISEY HORTON, Adm'rx. Davis & Sturges, Attorneys 10/7, 14, 21,28 pd. PROFESSIONAL COLUMN Dr. Richard C. Whitfield Optometrist Louisburg, N. C. Ground Floor Dr. Perry's Building Hour: 1:30 to 5:00 P.M. Phone Daily Except GY 6-4165 Wed. JOHN F. MATTHEWS Attorney & Counsellor at Law Practice In All Courts 215 Cou^t Street Ph. 496-3523 or 496-3486 Louisburg. N. C. Hours by Appointment LUMPKIN & LUMPKIN Attorneys at Law Louisburg. N. C. Ground Floor Office Next to Harris Pharmacy Practice in Franklin & Surrounding Counties, and in Federal Court HILL YARBOROUGH CHARLES YARBOROUGH Lawyers Ground Floor Office in Yarborough Bldg on Main St Second Building from Post Office Louisburg. N. C. ~ Telephone: GY 6-3185 General Practice in all Courts LOUISBURG MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY Homeowner,*" Life, Hospitalization, Annuities. Busineas, Hail Gene Pleasants 207 N. Main Street Louisburg. N. C. Bui. Phone 496-6425 Res. Phone 496-5370 EXECUTRIX NOTICE Having qualified as Execu trix of the estate of -Norris Wilson Collns. deceased, late of Franklin County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the under signed on or before the 30th day of March, 1970, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make immediate pay ment. This 25th day of Sep tember, 1969. Geraldine Parker Collins. Executrix 9/30; 10/7, 14, 21 pd. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as Execu tor of the estate of Annie Fuller Parrish, deceased, late of Franklin County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the under signed on or before the 23rd day of March, 1970, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of tlteir recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make immediate pay ment. This 19th day of Sep tember, 1969, J. Fuller Parrish, Executor 9/23, 30; 10/7, 14 pd. NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROCESS BY PUBLICATION IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE, DISTRICT COURT DIVISION NORTH CAROLINA FRANKLIN COUNTY JULIE LOUISE WALKER, Plaintiff vs. JAMES WALKER, Defendant TO: JAMES WALKER T?ke notice that A pleading seeking relief against you has been filed in the above entitled action. The nature of the relief being sought is as follows: an absolute divorce on the grounds of one year separa tion. You are required to make defense to such pleading not later than November 26, 1969, and upon your failure to do so the party seeking service against you will apply to the Court for the relief sought. This the 3 day of October, 1969. CHRISTINE E. HARRIS, Asst. Clerk of the Superior Court of Franklin County North Carolina 10/7, 14,21,28 NOTICE OK SALE OF REAL PROPERTY Under and by virtue of the power of sale contained in a certain deed of trust executed by James F. Williams and wife, Florence R. Williams, to E. C. Bulluck. Trustee, dated the 1st day of February, 1963, recorded in Book 589, Page 345, in the Office of the Register of Deeds of Franklin County; default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness and the deed of trust being by the terms thereof subject to fore closure, and the holder of the indebtedness thereby secured having demanded a fore closure thereof for the pur pose of satisfying said indebt edness, the undersigned Trus tee will offer for sale at pub lic auction to the highest bidder for cash at the Court house door in Louisburg, Franklin County, North Caro lina at TWELVE o'clock NOON, on FRIDAY the 31st day of OCTOBER. 1969 the land conveyed in said deed of trust, the same being more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at a point in the center line of a new hard surfaced road known as the Murphey Road, a new corner for Walter E. Debnam; thence leaving said road North 30 deg. 00 min. West 142.5 feet along a new line for Debnam. to the center line of the old Murphey Road; thence along the center of the Old Mur NOTICE OF SALE OF VALUABLE PERSONAL PROPERTY All personal property Including household furniture and farm equipment ( of the late Joe Horton will be sold at public auction for cash on SATUR DAY, OCTOBER 18, 1969, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. at the Joseph Horton homeplace on State Road No. 1706 approximately 7 miles south of i Louisburg. DIRECTIONS: Follow N. C. 39 South Of Louisburg To Wilder's Store. Turn Right, Follow Signs. DAISEY HORTON, ADMINISTRATRIX Col. Steve Nelms. Auctioneer Davis A Sturges. Attorneys phey Koad South 66 deg 30 min. East 17.2 feet. South 88 deg. 30 min. East 18.8 feet to a new corner for this lot and a lot conveyed by James Wil liams and wife, "Florence Wil liams to Willie Young and Hattie Williams; thence along a new line for this lot and the Willie Young and Hattie Wil liams. South 14 deg. East 97.0 feet to the center of the new hard surfaced Murphey Koad, a new corner for this lot and Willie Young and Hat tie Williams; thence along the center of said road South 8" deg. 00 min. West 125.0 feel to the point of beginning and being the West portion of that certain lot conveyed to James Williams and wife. Florence Williams by deed from Emma S. Deb nam and Walter E. Debnam, dated November 28. 1961, recorded in Book 579. page 231. Franklin County Registry. The successful bidder will be required to deposit an amount equal to lO'c of such bid as evidence of good faifh, which amount will be for:< feited upon non compliance with said sale and upon com pliance, applied upon the pur chase price. Dated and posted this 30th day of Sept., 1969. E. C. BULLUCK. Trustee 10/7, 14, 21,28 NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROCESS BY PUBLICA T10N IN THE GENERAL COUlW OF JUSTICE DISTRICT COURT DIVISION NORTH CAROLINA FRANKLIN COUNTY KATHLEEN ATKINS SCOTT, Plaintiff VS. RAYMOND JESSE SCOTT, Defendant TO:. Raymond Jesse Scott, defendant in the above en titled action: TAKE NOTICE THAT a proceeding seeking relief against you has been filed in the above entitled action in the District Court of Franklin County, North Carolina. The nature of the relief sought is as follows: An abso lute divorce by the Plaintiff, Kathleen Atkins Scott, from the Defendant, Raymond Jesse Scott, upon the grounds that Plaintiff and Defendant have lived separate and apart from each other continuously for more than one year next preceding the institution of this action. You are required to make defense to such pleading not later than 10 November 1969, and upon your failure to do so the party seeking service against you will apply to the Court for the relief sought. This the 18 day of Sep tember 1969. Christine E. Harris, Asit Clerk of the Superior Court of Fr..nklin County 9/23, 30; 10/7, 14 NOTICE OF OFFER FOR BIDS NORTH CAROLINA FRANKLIN COUNTY Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by Franklin County, North Caro lina. to be opened at 2:00 O'CLOCK P.M. EAST ERN STANDARD TIME ON MONDAY, THE 3rd of NOV EMBER. 1969, in the County Commissioners Room of the Franklin Coun ty Courthouse in Louisburg. North Carolina, for Fuel Oil No. 1 and Fuel Oil No. 2 for the fiscal year 1969 1970. Bids will be for a price on No. 1 and No. 2 and not tank wagon price plus or less Bids must be delivered in seated envelopes to the Franklin County ^ccountant ! prior to the date and hour set for the opening of the said bids. i The Board of County Commissioners of Franklin i Countv reserves the right to reject any and all bids, in its discret ion This the 6th day of Oct. 1969. Board of County Commis sioners of Franklin Coun ty ? By: Kenneth Brasvvell, CoutUx? iccounlanl & Ex Officio Clerk to the Board of Commissioners 10/14. 16 NOTICE OF SALE OF VALUABLE KEAL ESTATE NORTH CAROLINA FRANKLIN COUNTY Under and by virtue of an Order for Sale of Land of the Superior Court of Franklin County. North Carolina, made on 7 October 1969. in that certain Special Proceed ing entitled "John C Pernell and wife Betsy L. Pernell. W. R Pernell and wife Betty H. Pernell, Rosa P. Gilliam and husband William C. Gilliam, and Mat tie P. Gupton, Wi dow, Petitioners, Ex Parte1 , the undersigned Commis sioner will, on FRIDAY, THE 7TH DAY Oh NOVEMBER 1969 at or about the hour of 12 00 o'clock Noon, at the Courthouse Door of Franklin County, Louisburg. North Carolina, offer for sale. , to the highest bidders, for cash, those three certain tracts or parcels of land sit uate in Cedar Rock Town ship. Franklin County, North Carolina, and more particular ly described as follows: FIRST TRACT: A certain tract or parcel of land in Cedar Rock Township. Franklin County, North Caro lina. known as part of the Howell Wood Land, and bounded as follows: BEGIN N1NG at a sUke in a pathway F W. Pernell's corner in line of the W. M. Boone estate, thence N. 6 deg. East 1584 feet to a stake in the said path, a new corner for H. L. Gilliam in line of the lands belonging to the W. M. Boone estate, thence a new line N. 85'/i deg. W. 1024 feet to a stake, a new corner for H. L. Gilliam in line of the S. A. Jones land, now owned by Dickens; thence S. 10V4 deg West 1597 feet to a stoke, corner of the Jones land in I . W. Pernell '? line; thence along said Pernell's line S. 85'^ deg. E 1162 feet to the beginning, containing 39.8 acres, and be ing the same land described in Deed from H. L. Gilliam and wife Mary W. Gilliam to R. H. Pernell recorded in Book 347 on page 50 in the office of the Franklin County Register of Deeds. SECOND TRACT A cer Uin tract or parcel of land in Cedar Rock Township, Franklin County, North Caro lina described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING in the cen ter of the old Nashville lx>uis burg Road at k point near the North edge of the surface of what is now State Highway No. 56, this being also R H. Pernetl's southwest corner of ? certain eight acres which was conveyed to R. I- SUl* lings by Mrs. Alice I. Boone tome years ago, and now be More affordable than rust! Kaiser Aluminum Twin-Rib?' roofing Your best investment for a long-lasting roof Big aluminum sheets cover more. Stay bright. Keep buildings up to 15' cooler In summer ? warmer in winter. Won't rust. Save costly painting. PatanUd Alouisburg FCX SERVICE SAM WOOO. MGR. BtCKETT BLVD. LtHJISBURG. N. C longing to R. H. Pernell; thence, by survey of P. R. lnscoe, Registered Surveyor, for the State of North Caro lina. madl June 3, 1944, North 3' < deg. E. 775 feet to a stake the northwest corner of the said eight acres, now R. H. Pernell's corner; thence S. 85' . deg. E. 429 feet to a slake. R. H. Pernell's corner in ?. M. Sykes' line: thence along E. M. Sykes' line N. 31 | deg. E. 2820 feet to a stake. E. M. Sykes 's corner and now ! a corner in the Boone Tract. | I known as the George West Tract: thence, continuing N. 3' j deg. E. 715 feet to a j stake, a new corner in the Georyje West Tract; thence, N 86' i deg. W. a new line 927 feet to a stake in the path, a corner of the George West ( Tract in the Howell Wood [ line, now Lee Gilliam's line; ' thence S. 7 deg. West 388 J feet to the corner of the land ; sold by Lee Gilliam to R. H. Pernell; thence continuing ' South 6 deg' West 1585 feet i to the old Howell Wood cor ner; now R. H. PerneH's cor ner and corner of the F. W. > Pinnell land; thence along the line of the F. W. Pinnell land, S. 3 deg. West 2133 feet to the center of the old Louis burg- Nashville Road, a slake corner of the F. W. Pinnell land; thence along the old road South 67' ? deg. East 124 feet to F. W. Pinnell s corner and R. H. Pinnell's corner of the A. W. Pearce tract; thence continuing along the old road S. 67' j deg. East 494 feet to beginning, con taining 90 acrvs by survey be the same more or less. This land is composed of what was called 84 'i acres conveyed by Ben T. Holden, Commis sioner, to Alice I. Boone Jan uary 11th, 1913, less eight acres formerly, sold to R. I. Stallings and now owned by R. H. Pernell (See Book 192 page 168) and partly of the portion cut off from the George West Tract which was conveyed to Alice I. Boone, April 1, 1903, by F. N. Eger ton and wife (see Book 128, page 235). This is the same land described in Deed from Gertrude Boone Speir et als to R. H. Pernell and wife Minnie Pernell recorded in Book 398 on page 216 in the office of the Franklin County ..r iwi. THIRD TRACT: All those ccrUin pieces, parcels or tracts of land containing a total of One Hundred flnd Eighteen (118) acres to be the same more or less, com posed of three tracts, situate lying and being on the Louis burg-Nashville Highway No. 56 about eleven (11) miles East from the Town of Louis burg, No/th Carolia, in Cedar Rock Township, Franklin County, State of North Caro lina, having such shapes, metes, courses and distances as will more fully appear by reference to plats made of said three tracts by J. T. Inscoe, Surveyor, on Feb ruary 21, 1928, and attached to the abstract now on file with he Atlantic Joint Stock Lind Bank of Raleigh, the same being bounded on the North by the Lands of T. W. Stokes, on the East by the lands of T. W. Stokes. Mrs. Claudia Collie, Mrs. Geneva S^kes, W. F. Wester, and J. C. liall. on the South by the lands of J. C. Ball, and on the West by the lands of W B. Coppedge and T. W. Stokes, and being the identical lands conveyed to N. D. Williams by deed from the Planters Bank of Battleboro, North Carolina, recorded in Frank lin County Registry, Book 274, page 312, and by deed from T. W. Stokes and wife dated February 20. 1928, re corded in Franklin County Registry. Reference to both of said deeds is hereby made for a more complete descrip tion to said tracts of land. This is the same land des cribed in Deed from Atlantic Joint Stock Land Bank of Raleigh to R. H. Pernell and wife Minnie McGhee Pernell recorded in Book 250 on page 765 in the office of the Franklin County Register of Deeds, The foregoing sale is sub ject to farming contracts for the year 1969. and said pur chaser or purchasers shall not be entitled to possession of the cultivated portions of said lands until the completion of the farming operations during the year 1969. A ten per cent (lO'c) de posit will be required of the successful bidder or bidders at the time of said sale to guarantee compliance with said bid or bids and to be forfeited upon noncom pliance. This sale is a judicial sale and subject to the laws relat ing thereto. This the 7th day of Octo ber 1969. W.M JOLLY, COMMISSIONER 10/14, 21, 28; 11/4 1 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION R I PA IK headquarters F.XPKRT REPAIR SERVICE ON ALL KINDS OF AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS MOST PARTS IN STOCK FOR PROMPT EFFICIENT GUARANTEED SERVICE PETE SMITH'S GARAGE Rt 3. Louisburg, N. C. Phone 496-4983 And there's the individual who talks, always, about his ailments ? imaginery and be loved. Every special group has special reasons to justify its special demands for special privileges. It is always pleasant to receive money from unex pected sources to apply to unexpected bills. I protection . service. You get them both when you insure your car ?nd home through en in dependent insurance agent. We're independent agents. If you have a loss, we see you get paid promptly, fairly. Call us today for worry-free protec tion. HODGES INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 496-5155 N. MAIN ST. Louiiburg, N. C. WANTED PINE PULPWOOD SAW TIMBER HARDWOOD PULPWOOD 1 ALL SPECIES STANDING OR DELIVERED BUNN WOODYARD 496-3968 Night: JOE DEBNAM 496-4432 WILLIS NASH 496-3646 PLANT OPERATORS We are currently accepting applications for potential openings in our manufacturing department This is an exceptional opportunity for those seeking a challenging career opportunity in the chemical processing industry. You will be trained in chemical production and processing operations on job* that involve rotating shift work with shift premium pay. Excellent pay and fringe benefits All applicants must be "high school graduates or equivalent, able to pass written pre-employment test, and physical examination. Applications will be handled in a strictly confidential manner. We invite you to submit your application at our plant any week-day between the hours of 8 A M. to 3: 30 P.M. MALLINCKRODT CHEMICAL WORKS Hwy. No 1 North of Ktleigh r O Box 17627 R.leigh, N. C. (27609) 828-0771 An Equal Opportunity Employer AUCTION SALE Saturday, October 18 - 10 a.m. (In Case of Rain - October 25) All Household & Personal Property of Maggie E. Mitchell Estate SALE ON PREMISES OF R. I. MITCHELL HOME PLACE IN BUNN, N. C. * 2 DEEP FREEZERS * OIL HEATER * DISHWASHER * WASHING MACHINE * REFRIGERATOR * 4 BEO ROOM SUITES * 2 AIR CONDITION UNITS * LIVING ROOM SUITE * COLOR TV * 1-3 FOOT STEEL SAFE Many Other Items Too Numerous To List L.G. MITCHELL, Executor ST*LEY M. MITCHELL, Executor AH Sales Cash

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