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THURSDAY, OCT. 24th.,
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J L.ACT: Adjoining th
T. Q. Hall, et al., and
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i. ""-jine Eii; ', a.td 'bound- -J and described as follows,
.on weie t-i'-' S'to-va: I'' T and being in the
. ). D. S. Boney Bun-T , Vli.ilace. North Carolina,
bt f 'jisdi'T at a point ,200 feet West
r mey Pne of Tren- X tiie center of the X C JU Rail-
: rln.r lntafr tip with' "Q. nnH 17ft feat North Of
toman H TY llaher. ' tu ninrthiini Una nf Main Street.!
1 end Miss Katie Page..' a!ii in the Western line of an Al I
. Es. Richard Rouse and ley, and, runs parauel w saiu
i. n. Bt. Twrair. Rtr.wt. S. 75' 15" West 111 feet
'relatives.' V ? ! to ; T, Q. Hall's ; line, thence said
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vvii nngwn wu ETi ftrt to the West edge of
Sunday, October 27. Ser- lUllread. and with Western Itae
u be iield dailv at 11:00 ,0' said alley, S. 14 45" E. 00 feet
1 7 80 P-M BvwrtoS to the beginning, and being lots
' r'y id taS. os. 11 and 12 la the map of the
. . 7 r .n. r Ic J. Boney estate. made by J. A.
- " navenaiiffh. dated May jsotn. awh.
uwden and Mrs, K. J. weiw . TRACT: Beginning at a
I the District PederaUoA . . . tha from G.
n'a Clubs at Salemburg w QnnllBV.1, tn . Creek
"lay. ntist Church to Lucy Bonham's
tu aomy, w. "'ijne . and runs thence ner nne n.
riv, wu v. g JS. 8 poles lO a pine, ner uvruor, i
1 the Baptist Association at, thence B. 72 X4 E. 60 poles to i
v Tuesday. . - - atake in an old ditch, in the Una of
and Mrs. - O. T. r Teachey the Bonham tract, thence that line
MnnriAv in wilminrtoiL v v T 2n W. S7 Doles to a stake in the
i. L. R Wells and Rev. Eu- aforesaid road, thence that road
Carr are assisting Rev. W. P. N. 72 W. 44 poles, to the beginning,
t;.a 1 of CiU'-am Weetbrook,
Ee-'.:e iTasaey and It .L. Alphln
and bounded as follows: ;
tZCINNING s ta black gam
In the N. E, River Swamp, Har
riett Kornegay's corner and runs
S. 47 1-2 W. 63 poles to a stake'"
on' ditch, thence' 8. 84 W. 3
poles to a stake, Lewis Alphln
corner) thence S. 60 W. 50 poles
: Having qualified, as administra
trix of the estate of Mark Lee, de
(ensed. late of the County of Dun
lin,, State of North Carolina, this
is to notify all persons having
Maimfl against the estate of said
deceased to exhibit , them to , the
undersigned Finn ui, xm. on or
before the etn. oay oi uctooer
- ' yOD, W UiU IIUUO w. fibuuvu
to stake on the public waf in bar of their recovery. .
tate will please make , immediate
thence with the said road N. S&
W. 60 poles , to the beginnings
containing 26 acres, more or less.
And known as the share ol O. D.
Weetbrook In the division of the .
lands of his father, J. H. West-,,
brook. f' ' " r' r ;
SECOND XBACTs A certain
tract of land, adjoining the lands
of James Westbrook, P. H. Ko
negay, Ira Westbrook and Dew
ey Westbrook and bounded as
follows: BEGINNING at an old
ditch where it crosses the public
road In Bt F. Westbrooks line
near the foot of the spring path
and runs along the old line N...
80 W. 66 poles to a stake, thence
This etn. aay or uciooer, xvao.
SARAH F. LeJE, ..uministra
. trix of the Estate of Mark
Lee.' ' 'C ' iJ i"?'"., .
HaiHti A Gavin. AttVS. . -I-
Nov. 14-6t-G4-G. ,.T
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Having qualuied as administra
tor of the estate of Essie L Smith,
deceased, late of Duplin- County,
North Carolina, this in to notify all
nersons havins; claims against the
estate of said deceased to exhibit
rrle in a series of services at
ill Presbyterian Church this
containing 10 acre, more or less
.' snTiRTH TRACT: Situated in
r Mtmiiw nuwwin lcHnn1nar t! .; S
S. B. Wells entertained her I Mr nth Ida Keves.
j club Thursday afternoon. .Iome, and a S. and Alix Souther-
er several progressions ; tna land corner and running thence
ore prize was awarded to Qje M Alix outherland
irounvs. o ' ' IXBQ aOOUt JU. AO 1-D WKI W cu-
hostess served . a delicious otne- ditch, thence that ditch N. 3
. . nn , Innliilni, maM . ... ... m Mn L
ac. uuoou utuuuuu .. wv , noies lo a suuco, inence lb. OO uuioa
to a stake in J. W. English's line,
thence as J. W. Englisb line a 1
W. 10 poles to a stake m m.
lihicrHah line .thence his line N. 89
W. 12 poles to a stake, his corner,
thence his line & 2 1-2 W. 80 poles
to a stake, thence his line w. 84
2-5 ooles to a nine stump, L- J
Teacher's corner, thence his Una
a 81 W. 20 3-4 poles to a stake
in the bie ditch. Ida Heves corner.
thence her line up -said big ditch
as follows: N. 48 1-2 E. 7 poles .
40 E. 10 poles N. 22 E, S N. 14
1-2 W .5 poles N. W..12 poles
and m IB 1-2. W 0 Doles to the
beginning, containing oy esuma
Hon 12 acres, more or less. - .
:: ftbth TRACT: Beelnning at, a
pine stump, C. 8. Southerland and
Liifiv Bonham's. deceased, corner.
and running thence as the Bonham
line N, 27 8-4 E. 87 1-2 poles to a
take. Alex Southerland corner.
thence with his line S. 78 E. about
46 poles to a stake in the old Step
hen English line, thence as said
old line S. 29 1-2 W. 37 1-2 Poles
to C. S. Southerland, thence with
his line N. 78 ,w about poies
to the beErinninr. contalnins by es
timation 10 1-2 acre, more or less.
SIXTH TRACT : Adjoining the
lands of: R. T. Teachev. Ed Pen
neU and J. D. Teachey and others,
ana oounaea as xouows: - - i
Lot No. 5 of the E. McN. Carr
Joe Wallace. Charles
Edgar Wells, C. V. Hoi'
. Le Wells, David Wells,
Irene WoUs, Thelma Wells
y Adlene Wells, ,
; Teachey - Home Makers
t at the home of Mrs.
i Bowden on Monday. Oct-
'. The meeting was called to
, the-president, Mrs. JI
; d the club sang an origi-
T. t i 1
v the head of new business
a Federation was discussed
i-vone was urged to attend.
, roll was ' called and the
WCie'read. The hostesses
- , 'ed; Mrs. J. B. Wells, Mrs.
. .'ells and Mrs, Henry Wells.
; t the absence of Miss Mar-
,e Agent, we went directly
l e leaders program a! which
; unusually " interesting. - The
contest1 was Judged and
- v mer was said to be Mrs.
-v vita. '-
. o meeting adjourned to meet
i in November with Miss
a Wells. . ' --r
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NOTICE OF SALE'
:. ; r and by virtue of an order
i .J.e, made in the Superior
, i t nf . Dunlin Countv in the
; of the Bank of Duplin, et
., i inst waaie KivenoarK, ei
to the undersigned, dated the 18th
day of December, 1918, ana rec
orded' in Book No, 186, at page
1st tract. Beginning at a
stake In Little Sandy-Bun
504, of the Duplin County regis
try, default having "been 'made in
the payment of the notes thereby
secured ,the undersigned will, be
tween 12:00 o'clock, noon, and 1:00
o'clock, P. M., on Monday the ibui
nf Nnvamtwr . , 19X5. at the
door of the Court house in Ken-
ansvllle. DuvUn County, N. C, of'
for for aula and sell for cash to
th highest bidder by public auc
tion, subject to advance bids pro
vided, for by law, the one-nan un
divided interest of the said mort-
agor in the following lands in Olio-
son township. Duplin County, con
vnved bv and ' described in ? saw
mortgage deed as follows: - "
Branch, and runs N.' 7678 pot
to a stake in said orancn;
tk v a w M haIm ft t
stake, f. D. Koirnegay and l T.
Oradys corner; thence S. 74 W.
ooles aa their dlvldinr line w
a stake, their corner thence a
tralrht line to the beelnnuig;
containing 21 1-2 acres, more or
2nd. ' tracts fieelnnlnsr at a.
stake, and runs 8. 5 W. 8V poles
to a nine! thence S. 65 W, 23
poles to a stake In the eld road;
thence .8. Is E. 9 poles to a
N. 57 W49 poles to a stake on to the undersigned at Pink
Y. a. Hornegaya une, uumoe x. juil, N. C, on or before the put.
4 E. 45 poles to a stab corner dav October, a a, or this no-
stake; thence N. 70 W. 67 poles
up Sandy-Bun to a Stake; thence
N. 8 W. 64 poles to a stake in
Kornegay's line; thence to the
beginning; containing 040 acres,
more or less. , .
There is excepted-, from the a
Dove-described lands a tract of 11
acres conveyed by Arba Herring
and wife to J. D. Komegay.
This the lQtn day or octoner,
f LEWIS KEATHLEY,
j i t " ; Mortgagee.
Albert S. Grady.
"Attorney, i- ' .
Nov-14 5t- A S. O,,
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SALE OF VALUABLE FARM
Under and by virtue , of the au-,
thority conferred upon'' "us In a
rwtMi of Trust executed by Cora
E. O'Danlel. Geo.JJ. Westbrook and
wTfn. HetUe Belle' Westbrodk. and
Sam V. Massey and. wife,'- Bessie
Massey, on the 1st day of May,
1923, and recorded in Book 249,
Page 40, we will on Saturday,' the
i 9th day of 'November, 1935 '..
' ', 12 o'clock noon ., - "
at the Courthouse, door in Duplin
County, Kenansville, N. C, sell at
public auction-for cash to the high
est bidder the following land, to
wit: v'' - s ,-' .
A certain tract of land adjoining
of lot No, 3, thence N. 8 E. 62
poles to a Stake on a ditch; then
ce With said ditch N. 12 E. 6
poles to a curve; thence S 84
E. 80 poles to a stake on the
public road; thence with the said
road S. 88 E. 54 poles to the be
ginning, containing 20 ' acres,
more or less,: and being known
aa the share alloted to Bessie
: Massey In the division of ' the
. lands of her father, 1. H. West-
This land Is sold subject to all
iinnairi taxes. .
This sale is made, bv reason of
tliA "failure of Cora. E. : O'Danlel.
Geo D. Westbrook and wife, Het
Ue Belle westbrooK, ana sam v.
Massey and wife, Bessie Massey,
ta twjw nrr ann mtwtiuiTra oia in
debtedness secured by said Deed of
j.-A dnnnnlt nf 10 nercent will be
required from the purchaser at the
' This the 80th day of September,
Durham. N. C.
Nov. 7 . 4t L T. C.
tice will be pleaded in bar of their
All nersons indebted to said es
tate will please make immediate
This 9th day of octoDer, iaao.
J. MACK SMlTta, Adminis
trator of the Estate of Essie
Gavin &' Gavin, Attys.
Having this day" qualified as Ad
ministrator with Will annexed of
E. A. Farrior, deceased, this is to
notify all persons indebted to the
said Estate that they are required
to pay them at once. All persons
having claims against said Estate
nonnested to nresent them duly -
itimlzed and. authenticated to the
undersigned within twelve months,
or this notice be pleaded in bar of
their recovery. . w '
This September lTtn., laaa.
H. D. FARRIOR, .
Administrator With will annexed.
.j , . , . . Warsaw.
Get. 24-6t-H. D. F. ' .
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NOTICE OF RE-SALE
Of the authority upon the under,
signed Commissioner by a Judg
ment of the Superior Court of
Duplin' County in the special pro
ceedings entitled "H. F. Rouse &
W. D. Rouse. Executors of J. S.
Rouse VS Mrs. Delia Register,
et al" entered on the 16th day of
April 1928, and also an order of
re-sale entered on the 28th day of
September, 1935, the undersigned
Commissioner will offer for sale
and sell at public auction for cash
at the court house door in tenons
viUe,' North Carolina, Wednesday,
th 30th of October. 1935, at or
about the hour of twelve o'clock
noon, the following described tract
In Kenansville Township, ad
joining the lands of A. i. Brln
son, Mrs. W. D. Register and
others, containing 78 acres, more
Or less. ,
'' 2nd tract:
In Magnolia Township, adjoin
ing the lands of L. W. Brown,
H. F. Rouse, Jno. F. Crbom and
others, containing 98 acres, more
a ifonnait of 10 Der cent will be
required of the successful bidder.
This the 28th day or Hepiemoer,
H. D. WILLIAMS,
Robert C. Wells
Oct. 24-4t-R. C. W.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE i
Having qualified as administra
tor nf tho rntM nf VL V: Wlcsinn.
i deceased, -late of Duplin County,
iNorcn (jarouna, uhs is io nouiy
all nAranns hairfns claims against
the estate of said deceased to. ex-
Itlhff thom th unHArftfcmpd At
ciinton7'N.T3;'6r W Gavin & Gav
lin. Attvs' at Kenansville. N. C.
i nn nr -wfhn th 7th. dav of Oct
ober, 1936, or this notice will be
pleaded: in bar of their recovery.
a All persons maemea io sua es
tate will please make immediate
. This 7th. day of October, 1935.
', W: A. WIGGINS, Admlnistra-
'. . to of the Estate of E. F. Wig-eins.
Gavin & Gavin, Attys.
Nov. 14-6L GAG.
The Home Of The
"Water seeks its own level", so the old
saying goes, therefore, Economy-Wise
shoppers come to our store for their
Heavy and Fancy Groceries
Fresh Vegetables, Country Produce
and other needs around the dining room
Scott Grocery Go.
I ROSE HILL, N. C.
the Janie Boney tract
w to re-seU the lands here- . nf
described, the undersigned,-; - 200 at aM B53 ta
toners wiu on November
hour of 12:00
: than 2,500 -ears'of corn
lected end entered at the
; Cleveland County fair by
of the county. ' ,
i O i i i i ii-; ::.;
. B. H0LT
3 LOOTS and EIZOSS
T LASS'S AND PARTS
i Precinct, Khway 111
' '.luce Bought and Sold
wuni au awwa. miw, w rwn
th Retrlster of ' Deeds oiiice ox
nnniin Countv. : aa reference to I
same wiu more cieariy snow, ana
Mnmved to the parties ' of the
first part by L R. Brown and wife,
deed registered tn dook vexo, an
page 484, recoras or vupun vou-
w ' :i " " ......
D!Ap.h of the above tracts wiu m
sold separately and then sold in
hulk and deed conveyed to the
hlehMrt. bidder for cash.
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Advertised tms the I4tn aay or
N. B. BONEY,
" Commissioner j
Nov 7. - 4t N.B.B.
MORTOACE SALE OF LANDS
; Under and by virtue of the po
wer nf sale contained in a mort-
poire deed made by Dora Herring
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done, it's the cigarette it
self that counts
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t Eread Good to the lii' t Cruiub F03 SALE by the
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Eovsn T "r'"i, R, F. D. ,
t""S CC1T 3 Put tt? and g-aarftteed ly
:i;.::cirs II ill -ri
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will wit you ...you want to think wnemer
it's mild, yoii want to think about the taste
lat Chesterfields are milder and taste better
' is n6 accident r ''.
. . TA? farmer who grows the tobacco, the
warehouseman who sells it at auction to the
, highest bidder, every man who knows about
tef tobacco will tell you thai it takes mild, , .1
ris tobaccos to make a good cigarette , '
In making. C' -tcrCdds We use mild ripe ,
. f t
; .. tor mildness
V. for better taste