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Mrs. Charlee Floyd and children ol
Bird'* No*, Va, an spending the
week with Mis. Floyd's mother, Mrs.
H. C. Burch.
Mrs. J. A. Bounds an) boys oJ
Laurel, Del., are spending sometime
with Mr. and Mis. R. G. Fields.
Mas. Nettie G. Lane of Wilson it
visiting Mrs. H. C. MeKeeL ,
Mrs. W. E. Lang is spessdinc this
week with relative* at their oottag*
at Carolina beach.
Mrs. B. W. Macklin of Rock)
Mount visited relatives dozing, tbi
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Letchwoith
Ola Grace Gardner and Arthar Ben
man left Wednesday for Mpntec
where they will aee the Loht Colon)
1M W. Sth St.?At
Grpec villa N. C
and visit ^all
Mr. and Mrs. W. fcsri Lang and
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. M?nar apeak the
at the Mereer cottage, At
Mr. and Mia. Fred Pittman at
Stantenaburg ware week
at Mr. and Mia. Jimmy
Dr. sad Mrs. W. A Marlowe and
Miss Lillian Corbett left Thursday,
stopping in WKiteviite for the tobac
co opening and on to Wrightaville
Beach 'or a few days. r,
lbs. S. Venn and Mrs. J. B. Hooka
of FhyettevOle spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Wihifley.
Wwaaa's CM Meets
b Mrs. Jason' Shirley was hoatees to
the Woman's club on Thursday, July
81. Mrs. Ray West, Jr.
presided over'the busine
Mrs. H. A. Li verm an, who MM/M*
cently moved to town, was welcomed
as a new member. Mrs. J. L. Whit
ley and Mrs. F. L. Eagles of Foun
ain were welcomed as visitors.
After the business session, Mrs.
W. E. Lang, Sr., introduced Mr.
West, Baptist minister of fountain,
who made a moat inspiring talk on
During the social hour, the hostess
"EXPERIENCE IS THE
MANY BRANDS DURING THE j
WARTIME CIGARETTE 1
? ? I LEARNEO THERE* NO
OTHER CIGARETTE LIKE
INOTlUi 01 SAL.U Ot LAND Dy fill WUKir
FOR 1946 UNPAID TAXES '
Pursuant to Chapter 114 of the Public Iaws of 1939 and Section 1715 ctf
the Public laws of 1939, and by reason of non-payment at Taxes due and
owing Pitt County for the year 1943 by the undersigned persons, Firms and
Corporations, I wilt on Monday, (he lft day of September, 1947, beginning
at-12:00 o'clock Noon, and continuing until this sale is completed, before the
Courthouse door in Gtcduviile, N. C, offer for sale and aril to the highest
bidder fdr caah the reel estate-of said delinquents, briefly described as
follows; . ' 'j
This the 7th day of August, 1947.
J. D. JOYNER, Tax Collector for Pitt County.
Farm rill? TowmMp?White
Burnette, W. R., I lot | 20.16
Capps, Mrs. Novella, 1 lot 0.00
Crumpler, Leon, 1 lot 1L00
Glass, Mr*. J. C., (Hn), 1 lot 23.00
Holmes, J D, 103 acres 51.40
Horton, M. V., 114 sens,
2 lots 130.07
Jones, M. V., 66 acres,
3 lots j lOOJtt
Joyner, Russell, 10 acres 11.25
Rififcsby & Jones, 1 lot , - 29.00
Roebuck, S. A., 1 let 13.60
Tripp, Paul, 1 lot i.? 17.00
Tyson, V. &, 25 acne 6.61
Whitley, W. L., 1 lot 12J>3
Artist, Amanda, 2 lots?-?3 1400
Blowt, Joe, 8 lots _?l 17.04
Atkinson, Joe, Dot 309
Dixon, W. H., (Hrs), 1 lot 6.00
Dixon, Henry, 1 lot , 6.61
Joyner, Herbert, 161 acres
Joyner, Jennie, 1
Joyner, Emma, 1
Moore, Mary j., 1 lot
McKinaey, Tom, 3 lots
Speight, Windsor and Sallie
i lot 4:00
Speight, John and Mary f
2 .lota ^ _1 13.76
Summerville, William Henry
1 lot I 8.76
Taylor, Milton J., 1 lot w_ 3*1
Tuten, Council, (Hn.), 1 lot- 5*1
Tyson, George, 1 lot 3*1
Vines, Sen bin, 78 acres, 1 lot 43$6
Wallace, Annie Beat, 1 lot ? 3*1
Williams, Lomnie, 1 lot SL 8*6
Wooten, Lyman, 1 lot 4*1
Baker, Calvin, 1 lot 9.03
Baker, Venon, Cecil and Lester
1 lot-- 18*6
Gardner, W, E., 1 Jot 6.30
Owens, Mrs. C. L., 1 lot 22.68
Owena, C. L, 1 -lot. 31.*)
Owens, Mrs. J. R., 2 lots 36.70
Taylor, John, 2
Wooten, Mrs. i
1 Dupree, Tommie, 4 jcaes 7i?
rur irrirHeuuite uvuvvry
Tumage Company WW Show Cub
On Vaeaat Lot Bobfcod 9cm'
A special demonstration campaign
of International' Harvester Com
pany's MeW Farmall Cub tractor has
been arranged. by The Turnage Com
panjr for next Thursday beginning at
2 o'clock. Hie demonstration will be
held on the Bat behind Farmers
Warehouse in Farm villa. la event of
rain die demonstration will be given
Friday at the tame time.
An invitation to participate ia the
demanetratian has been extended ? to
all persons in the commnunity by T.
C. TurnagC who said! . , * 1
"The Farmall-Cub represents the
latest step in the evolution: of farm
mechanization. Its development
Ily meets the power requirements of
the nation's 3,000,000 fanners in the
low income bracket.'' v ~
The Farmall Cub weighs 1200
pounds and has approximately 9 1-4
FOR SALE, WANTS,
LOST, FOIJND, ETC.
ear retail. B. L.
>, N. C. Phone 41
DYEING SPECIAL $4.00?Women's
suite, drees is, seats, plain; men's
overcoats, army overcoats dyed
navy, dark bine or Mack. Write for
details. FOOTER'S, Dyers-Clean
ers since 1870, 1914 N. Charles St.,
Baltimore, Md. . 8-Sc
FOR SALE?Six new tobacco trucks.
See C Hubert Jeyaer.
FOB SALE: Cord weed. See Gay
-, Bert Banette farm. 18-4p
FOR SALE: 9-foot reach-in Frigid
aire. In aeeBsnt condition. Royal
JOST RECEIVED NICE LOT of
SEAT COVERS ? Can fit meat
can. WESTERN AUTO ASSO.
WANTED: CORN! $1.89 per buahel
in.aback or shbOed. Price asbjeet
to change without notice. ? B. L.
Lang, FanarOle, N. C, Phone
WANTED?Fertiliser bags. Ws pay
19c each for .burlap fertiliser bags
and 9c each for white fertiliser
begs. R L. Long, Farm villa,- N. C.
JUST RECEIVED fihfcimcat of Du
post and Trojan dusting powder
for roees. WESTERN AUTO ASSO
CIATE STORE, fsrmvilk, N. a
RADIO RATfWHBS ? We kite a
goad stock?Come to ami 'get we
today. WESTERN AUTO AS
SOCIATB STORE. . *~J J
JUST RECEIVED ? Shipment of
Boys' and Girls' BICYCLES ?
Western Auto '
JUST RECEIVED Order pf
Shears. ? Western Anto Associate
Store, Farm Till*, N. C.
FOR RENT?Jack for breeding pur
ges .PECAN GROVE DAIRY..
t TO TUNE IN ON W-P-T-F
to llldli and hear ?$eat aDtheM*
and when they may bo
~ t inailil Iploiwhi
HELP WANTED: MaW ft female:
? to supply
Farmrille or Greenville.
Od business. No '
_new_. Wrtte J. R. Watldns I
I-v , . . .. m m
ied by a
some bank or
rized to do t
Una, payable to ...
Farmville, in an amount
(M) per Met of the am
aa a g?anhii that
be entered into within tan (10
after and if awarded to the "bid-1
and that & required bond WiR
A performance bend will be
quired ?f the rmnrnasftil biddar in
amount equal to ene hundred
per cent of the contract price, con
ditioned upon the faithful perform
anoe of the contract and upon the
payment in full to all persons sup
plying labor and furnishing materi
als, equipment and/or apparatus for
and in connection with Urn construe
tion of the project '
General cantraehM* are notified
Hi?t "An Act to Idgiliili the Prac
tice of General Contracting," ratified
by the -General Assembly of North
Carolina on March 10, 1925, and aa
subsequently amended,-will be _ ob
served in receiving and awarding
general contracts. i
The Mayor and Board of Commis
sioners reserve the right to reject,
any or all bids and to waive infor
malities. The right is also reserved
to hold any or all proposals for a ?
period of Rot eaeeedag sixty (60)
days from the date of opening there
Puns, specifications and contract
documents are open to public inspec
tion at the office of the Town Clerk
in Farmville, N. C., and copies may
be obtained upon application'to the;
Engineer accompanied by a certified
check deposit in the amount of twen-'
ty -<20)' dollars, made payable to the |,
Town of Farmville, N, CT This de-.
ppsit will be refunded only to thoee.'
making bona fide direct Inds to the,
uiwgns wim xiuc wrecv wui w uic ,
Town and further conditioned upon;
the return of the plana and/or spec*-}
ricatiotis, in acceptable condition, to
the Engineer on or before the date,
set for receiving bids. To those ac
quiring plans?and/or specifications
and who find, upon examining same,
that they will not or can not offer a
bid to the Town, fifty (60) per cent
of the deposit will be refunded, pro
vided the plana -and/or specifications
are^ returned^to^tho Engineer, in ac
date set for receiving bids.
Raleigh, N. C. ?
J. W. JOYNER,"'Mayor.
~ " PAT*
C. M. PAYLOR, Clerk. l-2c
Buy Savings Bonds Now And Save!
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j .. ~ _'' ? ? ?
I ?200 pairs aH nylon from top to
... EXTRA SPECIAL ...
Double Bed Size - PmM Colore
Goad weight, large axe
: Assarted Border Colors
* 43* V
Beautiful quality in black,
white and moat pastel colors
? 23 pairs
black or brown
I I Mill I
Sizes 14 to 17
Short sleeves; Most all
VALUES 'TO $3.00
, Mftrtad colors
Cotton Gabardine ?'
Zelon Cloth. Good selection
Bathing Suits?Play Suits
? - "FARMVILLE'S SHOPPING CENTER"
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