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'..;e is hereby given to all
s l aving an; claims against
'2 of L. 1. Sandlin to
L.ia with the undersigned
n one year or tne aate nere-
cf rr t1 "? police will be plead-
fl ii It ol any right oi recov
1 persons' indebted "to said
i will please make immediate
nent with the undersigned.
lae ia aav ox January,
A, , SANDLCT. adminis-
. ' f 1. 1, Sandlin, deceased
; J. wells, atty, -.-1
f":t st t' : i - - " i of Cl-
plcase make immediate pyment . ' i--J ,.
270 feet to JcLa I te Li st lot i.
sons indebted to s&id e-Ute wll
This he 7th day of february,'
JOES M. GOCrN, . . '
A. E2AL GCSrZCS. .
Administrators of the estate of
His. Mary C. Goodson. , . f V
March 17, 6t pd. ' ' .
NOTICE TO REST OFIAED f
L" the undersigned receiver in j.j . -nf
matter of A. I ' Cavenaugh, j ?,,t wa witih the trustee.
feet to a stJ e on a &,toh; thence
with the diVa and the line of J.
L., Jordon 273 feet to a stake
n cVie Street: thence with
the soutLeastern ed;e of College
Street to the beginning, ana lying
and being in the town of War
saw; S. C, - ' , "f , .
The bidder at this sale is re-
mil on T7h 95. 1338 at 12 0
clock IToon at my onice in jteuia
i11a n a fnr cMth to the high
est bidder. All that tract or par-
aa! nf lonfl Vnnwn fiS the A." L.
Cavenaugh farm, lying and being
situatea in umestone xownsmp,
Dnniik Connty one mile South of
Beulaville, N. C. .
This Feb. 10th, 1H38.
, n ' , . JOHS I THOMAS,
" , t v. .i. . ' i" Eeceiver
Feb. -2t. f l,!,' ;'?;
: Notice op jbesale '.
u nin trnnA faith.
Advertised this the Mth 'day of
, J. T. G2ES3AM, Jr Tr.
A.'J. Blanton, Atty.- - r ';
. notice or sale ;'v
"Under and by virtue of the pow
er of sale ' contained in a certain
iM.vrafra dMl. TM!1lted tlV C. H.
Turner and wife, Daisy A. Turner,
a pr-3 ( i i .
run 83 f i -s, !
rolf, I.. tl 1-2 .
3 f. 13 r1 " s, . ; ; , .
II. 81 1-2 V. 14 1-3 ' .
1-2 w. 11 rs, S. . i
es, U. C3 . 18 1-2 i , '. i
1-2 v. o puics to ie t J(
ooBtainir; 41 acres mo tr J ...
Aiveiwd td the 171h day tf
KAr K'Trra. Korferas-ee.
N. B. Eoney, Attorney. .
Of the $527,128,233 in loans
moii ti tint milroadg bv the Re"
conatruction Finance Corporation
f isiuii,s nave oeen repaiu uj
the rail lines.- , '''.,
There are 141 Class I steam
railroads in the United; States
and they operate 236,488 miles of
ma A filnu T Tflilrofldx BTA ' those
'roads with annual operating re
venues aoove $i,uw,uw. -
dated March 27th, 1837, to Sam'- Six to eigh" poundu of 6-8-6
. AIlsnSTEATQE'S NOTICE
' ' Caving this' day qualified as ad
, mlnistratora of the estate of Mrs.
' By virtue of .authority contain
ed in an order of re-sale made by
V. Wells, Clerk Superior Court
of Duplin County, upon ft raise of
bid jn sale made under the pow-
Sumner, ana reooraeu ui uic nu
jof the Eegister of Deeds of Duplin
County in book 402 at page xox,
the undersigned will on March 21
st, 1938, at the hour of 12 o'clock
w tit. OntiTliATiwi Atutt at Dun-
lin County, Kenansville, N. C, of
fer and sell to the highest bidder
for cash the following described
tract or parcel of land, lying and
f(rt.i1i7p.r i bein? " recommended
per tree for the apple orchards of
Madison, county by the '.county
agent. - - -
Lee Barnhardv ft 4-H calf club
Iiav rnnnnnl. rnnt 3. Cabarrus
County is now milking 28 pounds
,m ill- J UM H ki1
u guu unjr iivm piuc wot
Guernsey cow which he purchased
u t noa .
Ti man u one wt of tlstt maps recently presented to
nienul lensW .ommiitee Investigating memp.ayment
,i A, I, . fell")-, Vresiier.t, Aisocitfon of Ame-ican
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i CUFID GETS TEHEE
We mav well ask "what is the
matter with Cupid.? Another week
ronea oy, ana ne goi oniy mree
couples. Maybe he has the measles,
anyway here they come: Two
with Julia Jones and David rad-lgo the 1C3 co
imth Thllma IDO nUU. Ill TnP .
colored group we see just one
couple, Erwin Williams and Kag-
The railroads u
materials and S .
245 cities a"l to
, iU. rr who
f I KNOW
"sm. mOt UOLDIM OUT AMO
M3U KNOW T IV THra OCWiNfc.w
yau- or iu. kmooc
XT WAS THE CHIEFS
mtd: RlLBy 11 HE WIS
SO VOUTJ tAYOFF
i - r I HIT HJLL
f H ME. nU I'LL.-
0O3R yftu. OTDO w touw
tM TH CHTEF'S CCKi
A SWEU. U30KOOT X f
AM TURNING RWT
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f 'MO ft .
r.arnlina. This fact P 1 t" 2
wide spread of tJL J I
was revealed iaaEi..su
Jits which J. J. Tvll-y, 1
- of the Association cf '
Eailroads. recency fie
t uEiPA'- PH P .PLUNGED
iiNTO THE VVATCRS OF XLO
IWITH DOT, DASH AND THE
DOCTOR UNCONSCIOUS A
5EARBV BAND OF XLOITES
:HEAR THE! SPLASH."
jTHERE IT -15
IT'S A SH
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bv uean iarr
r IT'S EMPTV MO THEKt
ARE THREE STIUL HWHb
INSIDE COMEi WC LI-
flkFMFATW THE WflBWS OH
FXLO' THE SPACE SHIP IS
CAPTURED AND lUWtu oi ,
A STRANGE, UKr-1 ry -
UW . IXIIMI-is' WILL. KIW , u. J
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V SAT FA1 u I'j IN O TOWe - ' -
' " ,r I STRANGE PALACE UNDEf,? s r
'.A? fXlJ 1 jnrHE WATERS QPLO-: ( ,
- Sijf) V " " ' " j By Bruce Stuart .
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. - 'JX-" "ggHf "'" ' WPS' : AMGENT TIMES' lT
' 1 ' A y J- f(,nfe NErTHEB A 6REEVC NOR A
' T-' L'1f I ri t Irva 'rN ROmanwaduud pass a.
' A uN ASl V ' L-C ' : ( lZ l wrTHOUT having tasted
r x-. ' W - ra fo- a- js
l 04 I,' Jhcm ;TV4E DUKE OP E3URQUND K N
' the speoial Senate Committee now
; I investiratine Unemployment and
Por ' the nation as . ft whole,
these exhibits showed that last
year purchases of materuJs, sup
plies and fuel amounting to a
total of $900,000,000 were made
by the railroads in 12,174 cities
and, towns located in 2.C37 comi
ties of ft total of 3.C27 col f i ' l
the 48 states of tUe r. tiori; " ;
purchases Jncluc! i r.'o:' J
70,000 different itens anl tLs
affected industry and agriculture
everywhere. . ,' ' . ,'
. Tn nnil 1SS0 railway uur-
niaM nf matpric,'i. surplies ani
'fuel averaged $1,123,00,000 an
nually, la lie live years uuui
1C"1 to 1SC5 tais yeany average
drorred 59,819,830. In l'Jaa,
SB-lies and fuel increased to
$33,421,00. Encouraginj xrai
ttn vnlnmA in the first half of
1837 resulted in a further mcrse
in railway purchases of matcils,
supplies and fuel, the total for the
year amounting to approximately
$900,000,000. The subsequent
sharp decline in traffic . volume
and revenues, especially in the
fourth quarter of the year, has re
sulted in ft necessary and drastic
reduotion in railway purchases. .
Mr. PeHey, in prescs.ti.- j tiese
exhibits to the Senate Committee,
pointed out that inoraed revenues
and ft return of i normal troific
would "bring about a resumption
of railroad buying m large ol
nn nrtiinli in turn, would stim-
ulate industrial activity through
out the nation and the emplyo
ment of thousands of workers. To"
build one freight car, he said, jp
quires materials true 31 firreient
States and prfid(s 1,087 man
hours of emuloyn'fnt, .p'Ki-
atdy a yeVf 's o'k f W one mui.
To buJi one locomotive to s
provides 5U men with full woik
time for one year, and rquues
material drawn from more than
thirty states, - " " ,
It a .
' j-tvi -rue m ik'F OF RURQUNCV
- LOST HIS HAIR FROM A. SEVERE ,
tlU:C- IN 14C1. MORI THAN
; jo nc i-E3 sAccinccD thcir. r
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