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f.-rvlvi,' are two sons, CorJon
" I Vclon, two danptters, lis.
Carle Chc-more and ZIn. Blanche
How ard, sixteen pan IdiilJren,
cjto great grana-en, and a I
tost of sorrowing friends. ' '
Ivlr. Kennedy was a kind and
loving father, and a friend to ev
eryone. lie was a faithful member
of the Free Will Holiness church
at Gum Branch. His wife preced
ed him in death some years ago,
passing away onJtecember 20, 19-
PaUheraerg were Coy Kennedy,
Sam Kennedy, Thurman Kennedy,
Alex HalL John Lee and ' Ashley
-rtcr hauls, friendly buyers," top
welcome youto KlNSTONwith
est warehouse floors m Carolina!
shop, bank, enjoy yozirself in this Friendly MarkSl
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A HEARTY WELCOME mil yon In Klneton.
"Key Market of the Bright Belt.'' Vnrj nun. -
i Iodkos In Klmton. EqwrlnuuoV frletully nn.
. huMtneii,mcninwhoDiyDa ha er7 confidence,
, Join with friendly buyen, mercluna, bmlien nd "
.. . nnklpl afrkleU to make youf TCry vlalc pltM- -ntwd
profitable oaal Klniton to your market!
In tha tenter of tha Sneet aeetMl of the Bright . Thai year kind, ad yon tpbacco to Klnaton. tnry
Belt, yon haw a eliorter hanl to market ant dbect, M avcewdlni year more andmore tobacco of the better ' ,
hanf-iurfaced roada when you aell your tobacco In radea are told on Kinoton'i warehouse 06on at tha
Kliuton. Five aett of buyara, representing awry . ataaon'a hi(hau nricee. Klnitoo la recodnbod by
M hid warahouata, ready to pay top prlcea for tha Bna'a QUALITY Market." luet aa It le knnan tn
.pw.v. ism ... nip HHBm NinwiuH Mar v. vvneia. uuiuu i.lujiui
'Opaca In any Carolina market Ineuraa pronipl aalee i uuouahout the South aa tha "Kay Market of tha
pevyw aiBHuuav w.u praatev nuw uar yuu. .
roughout the world aa "Caro-
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Market n th
.. your tobacco In Uaatottl
. , uut money
?t yml ahop fat
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man to be
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v. Mwtu (Mo. mmoma Mt r M. see r. M. Thrillil MraMtrl '.
i wtwa Uev fcj fraeaaet aja. Muni ea UatMe MsrsM ewei '
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AMFU PARKING apnea la alttayi awJt.
able on Klnnon'a broad thoroughfare,
Wide ddewalka make walking around an
linnenal pleasure hare. Klnaton tha
busiest communlrv In the Rrlehr tui.t
Dlract highways from awry direction
converge here In Eastern Carolina's
but! nasi hub and quality "Key Market."
t Bring Your TarfRIy
Klnston'a many Bn store and ipeclalty
(bopa, air-conditioned movlet, cafes
; nl rMtBwant will pleaw tbeml '
W. D.Eegister, age 64, died at
his home eight miles east ol Jtose
hill at4:30 a. m., September 8,
1937. " f " J '
' HXi Eegister had been in declin
ing health lot- the past two years
and coniined to his bed since luiy
1st , ,
Be was carried to Tames Walk
er Hospital at Wilmusgtoh) on Ju
ly 6th, where he waited five weeks
before the physiciana decided his
condition was too serious to await
further treatment He was then
removed to his home where he di
ed four weeks later,
- Mr. Eegister was born in Dup
lin County, and lived his " entire
life since his marriage 'within
mile of his birthptace. '
" He was a good straightforward
citiseha ; kind, loving husband,
and father, and a : peace-loving,
and quiet neighbor. The commun
ity as well as the iamiiy xeeis the
loss of a (rood man. He was a mem
ber of Dobson Chapel Saptist
Chnrcb. early, in life.
' Surviving are " his' wife, Mrs.
Bella Bouse Segafer, three daugh
ters, Mrs. Felix Bostio, of Magno
lia, - H. Y. D., Mrs;' James Gaylor,
of Magnolia,- Mrs.' Walter L. Bos
tio, of BosehiLl, B. P. D. Two sons,
WilUdm and Edwin' Bedster, of
Bosehill,- B D., fifteen grand
children and one sister, Mrs. Min
nie Newton, of FayettevUe, 9. C.
J. W. MUXEB
Joseph Wright Miller died in
theKinston Hospital Monday
morning at 4:00 after a prolonged
illness. He had been a patient at
the hospital for about six weeks,
He was buried in the Bhodes cem
etery Tuesday afternoon at 2:00,
Mr. Miller was born on Oct. 22,
1862, and spent most of his life in
this community. On Jan. 1, 1893
he married Miss Julia . Booties
and the young couple settled on a
farm near Benlavule, where he be
came a successful farmer and bus
iness man. In his younger days he
was one of ulq pioneers in ' raft
ing" logs down the "North East
Cape Fear river into Wilmington.
It was interesting to hear him tell
of his experiences on the rafts,
He was a member of the Hallsville
Presbyterian Church, being one of
the earliest members of the chu
rch. He had been in ill health for
nearly a year.
Funeral services were conduct
ed in the home Tuesday afternoon
at 2:00 by; his pastor, Bev. F. L.
Goodman, and interment was
made in the Bhodes cemetery near
i&bin. - k
Mr. Miller is survived by his
wife, four children, L. C., Coy D.,
and W. Bland Miller, and Mrs. C
W. Smith. There are M grandchil
dren. Two brothers and two sis
ters also survive, Thomas . Miller,
of Columbus; Miss F. H. Miller, of
Uteensboro, Mrs. Susie Sandlin, of
ttociy Mount, and Mrs. Jane Hou
ston fit Potters HilL
His nephews served as pallbear
ers and his nieces served as flow.
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. SMARTEST WO IN HIS A VP4 0Pi0 HE HAS! , FAVORITE SUBJCCT (Ki ll'l'l'"..'!'! KriaLOO 1
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Park Farthest South
Everglades National park, In
TOridt, U farther oufh tikn anj
eihetr Section of (be "Tjnjw States
and 800 milts farthex tJStit, thai
Vaccinations for . ,
The annual typhoid clinics for ,
Duplin County have recently been -
completed. Twenty-five - points .
were visited four tunes eacn. ine . ,
largest number being vaocinated -.
in any one day was ll7o, a recora
lor Daptin County. '- i. : e
Many diphtheria immnnitntioas
and several smallpox vaccinations ..
were also given. . v
All children attending ipring ,
pre-school clinics were given small-i
pox vaccinations yet there, v-i-re
some pre-school chUdren who d'd
not attend the clinics and it 'is ur
gent that these children have the ;
imallpox vaccinaion. This vaccina
tion is given at th.i Health De
partment Off '.ce in The basement
of the Kenansville School build-y
ing on MonJay rmniings and Sat
urday mj-.Ti'.'H's.' This vaccination
Having this day qualified as
Administrator of the estate of G.
R. Goodman, deceased late of Dup
lin County, North Carolina, this is
to notify all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceas
ed to exhibit them to the under
signed at Mount Olive, N. C, B.
F. D. on or before the 13th day of
August, 1938, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their recov
ery. All person indebted to said
estate will please make immediate
payment. This the lotk day ot Au
Admr. of 0. B. Goodman, Deoeased
A. W. BYBD, ATTY.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having this day qualified as ad
ministrators C. Tt A. of the estate
of Freeman G. Davis, deceased,
This is to notify all persons hav
ing claims against said estate to
present them to the undersigned
at Kenansville, N. C, or to Gavin
& Gavin, Attorneys, at Kenans
ville, N. C, duly itemized and ver
ified, on or before the 11th day of
August 1938, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of recovery.
All persons indebted to said es
tate will please make immediate
payment. This the 11th day of
FREEMAN E. DAVIS,
: ADMTNISTBATOBS, 0 T. A.
OF FREEMAN G. DAVIS
Gavin & Gavin, Attorneys.
9-16-6t G & G.
Having this day qualified as ex
ecutor of the will of Clara S. Mal
lard, deceased, late of Duplin
County, North Carolina, I hereby
notify all persons having claims
against the estate of the said de
oeased to presgit thesn to me, du
ly verified, wnhin twelve months
from date hereof, or this -notice
will be pleadejj in bar of their
Jreoovery. All persons indebted to
saM estate will please make 'im
mediate payment .
This 19th day of August, 1937.
JOHN C. MALLARD, Sr.,
& ecu tor
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