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FRIDAY, JULY 1948
CA1TERET COUNTY NEWS-TIMES. BEAUFORT AND MQBEHEAD CITT, "N.C
1 CENT! A WOBB: M CENTS MINIMUM CHA0
DISCOUNT rOB CONSJECVTnXLT REPEATED INSERTION
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY M CENTS AN INCH FLA1
CABD8 OF THANKS
I CENTS A WORD: 75 CENTS MINIM VM CHABOE
1 REGISTERED Thoroughbred
Duuroc Boar, 18 months old. See
Eddie Masotti at News-Times of
THAYER BABY CARRIAGE and
one babv bed. See Hilda G. Paul,
Phone B 335-1 or call at 708 Ann
St., Beaufort. J 6 P
TWO ICE BOXES, clean, excellent
condition. Phone Mrs H. C. Jones,
116 Queen St, Beaufort B 429 6.
J 13 p
jl6FT FLAT BOTTOM row skiff.
$20. Willis Radio Service, Craven
St., Beaufort. It
SUNSHINE COURT water view
lots with riparian rights.' Eleclri
fcity and water. 1 mile eist of post
ofiice Front St. Beaufort Two
miles from Shackleford Banks,
best fishing ground in state. G. M
Paul, P.O. Box 218, Beaufort, N.C.
. MADE TO YOUR
Sash, Cabinet Doors, Millwork,
Douglas Firwood Doors
Dial M 8004
! 2 miles west of Morehead City
on Highway 70 Thu tf
USED FRUEHAUF seafood van,
26 feet, double rear doors, zinc
floor, drain tubes, tire carrier,
lights, two-speed landing gear, 4
12 inch irsulation, completely
overhauled and painted, available
at bargain price. Tom Bailey Mo
tors, Inc., Rocky Mount, N. C. Jull
RECAP YOUR tires for hot weath
er safety. Guaranteed satisfaction
or money refunded. Tire Service
Co., 1300 Arendell St., Morehead
City. Jul 16
MODERN cottage, four rooms and
bath. Located on Radio Island. See
A. C. or G. D. Turner. J29p
Will Get You Practically
Any Make or Model New
Car Desired In
Approximately 4 Days
GOOD USED CARS
1948 Oldsmobile Series "98"
2 Door Sedan
1941 Ford Special Deluxe
4 Door Sedan
1939 Plymouth 4 Door Sedan
1938 Chevrolet 2 Door Sedan
Cash or Reasonable Terms
DICK PARKER MOTOR
1302 Arendell St.
kofa bed in excellent condition
$50; month old man's bicycle $30.
Phone M 5372 or see at 304 South
15th St., Morehead City. J2p
TOBACCO trucks and cart wheels.
See, write or phone L. C. Carroll,
947 FORD ton and half truck,
only 9,000 miles. A 1 conditibn. E.
F. Guthrie, Bogue. J 6 p
BEAUFORT BUS station conces-
sion for lease. Concession and
. ticket sales netted over $300 in
May. Contact J. T. White, Beaufort
1 Bus Station. If
STUDIO COUCH, 3-burner oil
stove, other furniture. Mrs. Berke
ley Piner, one mile east Beaufort
on old New Bern Rd. B 5161. It
USED CAR BUYS
$200 Takes '
; Best Buy
1942 Chevrolet Club Coupe
In excellent condition '
PAUL MOTOR' COMPANY
Front Stk ' . Beaufort
WE BUY iirap Iron, steel, tin, au
to ridiators. bodies, fenders, bat
teries. Get our prices first Salt
er's Iron A Metal Co., on More-
head City Highway. Phone New
'., Bern 3910, or write P. O. Box 736,
New Bern. tf
SXVL better time-keeping let us
epair your watch. All work guar
an teed. Jarvis Herring, Jeweler,
. Craven SL, Beaufort, N. C- tf
ALL APPLIANCES repaired. We
pick up your lamp, iron or other
items, repair and then return them.
Phone Sound Appliance Co., M
8011. Your Frigidaire products
FOR CORRECT TIME: M 8006.
For correct jewelry, satisfactory
watch repair, Early Jewelers, 812
Arendell St., Morehead City. tf
DUPLICATE keys made to order
We have the blanks and the ma
chine. Protect yourself by having
an extra set of keys made to put
In a safe place. Western Auto As
sociate Store, Beaufort, N.C. tf
TYPEWRITERS, adding machines,
calculators. Sales and service. Taff
Office Equipment Co., 222 Craven
St., New Bern. Phone 3135. tf
LAWN MOWERS sharpened the
factory way $1.50. Pick-up and de
livery in Morehead City and Beau
fort. Dial B 3651, Western Auto
Store, Beaufort. tf
WANTED TO BUY
WILL PAY 5 cents per pound for
clean rags. Thornton's Texaco Sta
tion, Front and Orange Sts., Beau
MAKE OLD FLOORS look like
new. Rent our High Speed Floor
Sander and Edger. Low rates.
Western Auto Store, Beaufort
Phone 3651. tf
LOST end FOUND
REWARD for return of hand truck
lost on highway east of Beaufort.
Phono M 286 or write Glen Toler,
Morehead City. It
CARD OF THANKS
We express our sincere appre
ciation to the Morehead City Fire
Department for their fine work in
keeping the loss on our house at a
minimum. We also thank our
neighbors and friends for assis
tance they gave following the fire.
Mrs. D. B. Willis and Family
Notice is hereby given
that the property hereinaft
er described and to whom
belonging will be sold at
the City Hall door in Bean
tort, North Carolina, to the
highest bidder lor CASH at
Public Auction on MONDAY
JULY 12, 1948, at 12 o'
clock M., lor taxes and costs
lor the year 1947 and lor
such other years as indicat
ed below, unless paid be
fore that day.
This 10th day of June,
WM. L. HATSELL,
J 11-18-25 July 2
Beaufort Bldg. k Loan, 14 No.
216 O.T. Craven St $2.86
Beaufort - Morehead Railroad;
No. 4, 5, 7 & 8 H.T.; No. 122 O.T.
Broad St. No. 280-300 near water
tank; Pt. No. 44 H.T. ........ $117.11
Beaufort Quick Freezing Co.
Bldgs. on leased land .... $477.00
Beaufort Sea Food Co., 1 lot foot
Brod St., Fish House ........ $47.70
Davis k Humber. Pt. No. 12 O.
T. Crave k Front Sts. .... $49.61
Davis, Betty D. (Miss), Pt. No.
230, Front St. Pt, No. 34 & 35
Front St. - .:. $8.01
Davis, Leslie, Est., Pt. No. 52 N.
T. Live Oak St.v No. 253 O.T. Front
St., Bldg. k improvements $69.11
Davis, Chas. 4 Oliver, Pt. No.
259 O.T. Front St., and Fish House
Davis, Oliver, PL No. 253 O.T.
Front St. 12 Fish House ... $41-10
Diamond Back Terrapin Co. No.
226, 243"O.T. Craven St. No. 223,
227 O.T. Queen St., No. 228 Tur
ner ........... ...... $13.83
Duncan, Dr. t, L. Est., No. 193
O.T. Turner St., No. 161 O.T. Crav
en St., No. 71 O.T. Cedar .. $16.14
Fodrie, Hubert L., No. 121
122 Craven St ........... $82.93
Garner, Claytoa k Maurice, Pt
No. 115 k 116 Orange St. and
dwelling .......w...... $18.13
Guthrie, W. Dewey, No. ,194 Or
ange SL ....... J...-..,......,...... $19.46
Hodges, Millie H , Pt. No. 186
Pine St. w-. $7.93
Hudgini, Chas. F., pt. No. 41 O.
T. Ann St. k dwelling ...... $38.79
Johnson, Price. Pt." No. 130itbr Moron-Parnell wedding and
Rrnnrt St & dwellinff S55.44 .
Lee, Ulya, Pt. No. 189 Turner St.
k Dwelling ... $17.37
Mason, Aulbert, 1 lot Broad St.
E.V: k dwelling . $12.36
Mason, Leslie D., Pt. No. 38 k
39 Moore St $31.87
Mason, Steve, Pt. E.B. Ann St.
Moulton, Geo. Est., Pt. No. 193
O.T. Turner St $9.95
Noe, L. J., Jr., Pt. No. 85 O.T.
k dwelling $41.60
Norris, Adelia. No. 57 Broad St.
O'Neal, Luther. Pt. No. 45 N.T.
Marsh St $48.41
Owens, Clyde k wife, Pt. No. 99
Broad St. and improvements $52.78
Parkin, C. W. Est., Pt. No. 36
N T. Live Oak St $20.03
Paul, Mrs. Isabella, No. 65 Ful
ford St $7.63
Perkins, H. G., Pt. E.B. Fulford
Ramsey, Raymond, No. 42, N.T..
Live Oak St $20.68
Mice w. J. ri. u. ..
Richardson. D. C, Pt. E.B. Ann
St, Pt. E.B. Front St., Pt. 48 1
Queen St., back lot $41.30
Richardson, Mrs. G. W., Pt. 58
O.T. Ann St $49.63
Robinson, Callis D., Pt. E.B. Ann
St. and Gordon St $33.88
Robinson, John W. Trustee, 220
Craven St $2.45 ,
Russell, R. E., Pt. No. 189 &'
dwelling $8 02
Simpson, Mrs. Julia, Pt. wo. id
O.T. Orange St. .. $6 96
Springle, Carola Glover, Pt. 189
O.T. Pine St $4 77
Springle, Ernest R., Pt. No. 158 1
O T. Cedar St. k dwell $13.80
Springle, Hubert. Pt. 208 Fulforo I
st K j49p
Styron! Mrs. Geo. b7 Pt. E.B ,
Gordon St $23.85 i
Taylor, Mrs. Rob't. H., Pt. No. 9
N T. Front St. k dwell $19.57
Taylor, West H. Est., Pt. No. 9 N. '
T Front St. 4 2 dwellings $30.53
Thomas, Nannie F. Est.. Pt. 25,
34 35, 230 k 238 Front St. $92.25
Whitehurst. H. A. Est.. Pt. No.
94 Orange St $19 27 1
Whitehurst, Harry H., Pt. E. B. I
Ann St. & dwell $33 59
Whitehurst. Nancy, Est.. Pt. No. i
91 f.nrHnn St $21.63
Whitehurst, Norman, Pt. E.B.
Gordon St $25.29
Willis, Glenn, Pt. No. 70 k 80
O.T. Ann St $86.24
Willis, N. T., Pt. 158 O.T. Cedar
Willis, Wm. H., E.B. Ann.S,
Baxter, Charles Herman, Pt. No.
183 O.T. Craven St $10.50
Bean. Wallace, It. No. 203 Craven
Becton, Alonzo k wife. Pt. No.
89 Pine St. between Marsh and
Live Oak St $7 64
Bell, Martha, Pt No. 215 Mul
berry St $613
Brown, -Florence, Pt. No. 33 O.
T. Queen St $9 08
Brown, William R., Pt. No. 133
Oueen St $10 03
Carter, James E Pt. No. 140
Queen St $8-85
Chadwlck, Hattie Est, Pt. No.
182 O.T. Pine St $411
Chadwick. James M.. Pt. No. 86,
N.T. Pine St $7 32
Chadwick. Leo. Pt No. 85 &
N.T. Pine St $8 03
Collins, Eddie Lee, Pt. No. 73 &
74 N.T. tedar St $10.65
Copes, Janie, Pt No. 41 N.T.
Live Oak St $7-42
Copes, LaFayette, Pt. No. 215 O.
T. Mulberry St $6 64
Crooms, Romeo, No. 94 N.T.
Marsh St. $3 91
Davis, David W. Est, Pt. No.
196, O.T. Pine St., house at rear of
lot; No. 69 Cor, Marsh k Cedar
Sts.; improvements 3 houses; new
Davis, Francis Est, Pt. No. 167
OX Craven St $7.04
Davis, Nancy Est, Pt. No. 31 N.
T. Live Oak St $6 99
Davis, Sederick, Pt. No. 80 N.T.
Marsh St. $10.48
Ellison, James Garfield, Pt. No.
85 O.T. Pine St $7.07
k improvements , $55.81
Ellison, John R., Sr., Pt. No. 92
N.T. Marsh St $12.07
Ellison, Stephen, hrs., No. 131
N.T. Front St 1 $4.20
Fisher, Dr. H. W., Pt. No. 134
Craven St $7 01
Fulford. Annie J., Pt. No. 208
Pollock Stt $12.06
Fulford, Annie Maria, Pt. No.
90 N.T. Pollock St $12.10
Garrls, Roscoe, Pt. No. 153 Ce
dar St. ..., $12.26
Godette, Artis, Pt. 73 O.T. Cedar
St. .......,... $9 60
Godette. Luclnda, Pt. No. 71 N.
T. Pollock St. $17.17
Goddette, Matthew, Pt. 157 O T
cor. Cedar k Queen $12.89
Gordon, Frank N., 12 O.T. Pol
lock St. $4.96
Gorum, Charlie, No. 215 J O.T.
Mulberry St $10.24
Green, Henry Est., Pt HT. k
Pt. 81 N.T. Marsh St ........ $23.13
Green, Leoaa, house 7 lot on
Queen St .. .. . ... $2 W
Green, Sam, Pt 199 Pine St
Hardesty, Enoch, Pt 198 & bldg.
O.T. Pine St. ............................ $5.4?
Hardesty, James, Pt No. 141 O.
T. Queen St j............ $6.50
Harris, Jas. O., Sr., Pt. No. 180
O.T. Queen St ....... $7.63
Hartley, Freddie B., PL No. 141
Mr. and Mrs. Biliie Scofield and
daughter, Linda. Misses Patricia
and Elizabeth Morton and Cath
erine Noe motored to New Bern
Saturday afternoon and attended
Mrs. Ashby B. Morton spent
Tuesday in Beaufort.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Ball,
Miss Lena Ball; Mrs. Lionel Con
rrr. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Tolson
Misses Betty Jane Mason and Jean
Ball, Philip Taylor, Douglas Wil-
liams, Tom Adams, Wallace Con
ner and Johnnie Oulnd motored to
Newport Sunday evening to attend
the show at Ball Bros, theatre.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Kuch Williams
and son, Gary, were in Beaufort
Tuesday morning on business.
They were accompanied by Mrs.
W. C. Williams who visited Mist
Annie, L. Morton.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sadler Morton
returned Sunday evening from
their wedding trip.
Mrs. James Cannady and chil
dren of Charlotte are spending
seme time with Mrs. Canady's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Hill.
,iule daughter spent the wrekcnd
M, .nA Mrc v s Rtiio..
Mr. and Mrs. Kay Livingston ana
children of Portsmouth, Va., are
spending tneir vacation ai me
c m o Mr aml MrSi Chester
Mpar.s on Bocue Sound.
M n(l MrSi Carraway are vis-
ilin! Mrs rarrawav's brother and
famiiv Mr t w Howard.
M, an(i Mrc j0hn Linebcrger
H rhiMrpn have Bone back to
Texas En route (hoy spent a
njgnt witn Mr and Mrs o. L.
lMyey wno are living in Jackson,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ft. Murdoch Mt
Sunday to return to Atlanta, Ga
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. McCain carried
them to Raleigh to take the south
Mrs. Lina Dixon of Sarasota.
8rrived to spend some
time here with relatives.
Mrs. Harry Simmons is visiting
her mother and father in ' Scaleve .
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Merrill
ve vonne son. born Tuesday in
the Morehead City hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Allen went
to Greenville last week to get their
little son Bill Bonner who has
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lyman
i """5 weie.
(Continued From Paee One)
cemetery claims Capt. Mattlnw R
Gooding, who ran the blockade
during the war. and J. P. WiPis,
who died in the battle oi Fort
George Johnston, a Negro,
fought In the war on the Yankee
side and lost an arm. He also is
The association under whose
auspices the tour was given has
been working bard in orrir to
clean up, repair, and generally im
prove the cemetery so that it will
become a more sightly landmark
than it has been in the past.
The work of the restoration as
sociation is financed through con
tributions of local civic organiza
tions, churches, pnd others inter
ested in its activities. Mrs. D. F.
Morrill is president.
Accordion Imitates Other
MOSCOW (AP) "Trud'
roports that an experimental work
shop of the Soviet Arts Committee
has produced a new type of ac
cordion which will reproduce the
sound of many musical instru
ments. Called the "timbre accord
ion", a recent demonstration show
ed the instrument reproducing the
music of the french horn, the clari
net and the bassoon. The accordion
is one of the most popular instru
ments in Russia.
O.T. back lot & dwelling .. $3.92
Hawkins, Chas. C, No. 206
Queen St $15.97
Hazel, B. G., Pt. 200 O.T. Pollock
Henry, Alex, Pt. No. 22 H.T.
Henry, Dave, Est, Pt. No. 82 O
T. Craven St $9.2t
Henry, Luther M., Pt. No. 72 N
T. Queen St $12.8f
Johnson, Carrie J., PtNo. 211
Craven St $15.2r
Johnson, Clinton Est., Pt. 6'
Cedar St $7.0
Johnson, W. J., 182 Pine St. t
store bldg $18.9?
Jones, Milland Wright & wife
Pt No. 89 O.T., 2 dwellings $21.91
Parker, Jesse, Jr., Pt. No. 64 N
T. Marsh St $14.61
Parker, Otis, Pt. No. 11 H.T
Cedar St $12.51
Pasteur. John E., Pt. No. 75 N
T. Pollock St. $5.
Pettaway, Clarence k wife Sar
ah, Pt lot No. 133 Queen St $8.17
Sanders, Nancy, Pt No. 41 N.T
Live Oak St. $4.r
Smith, Benjamin H. Pt No. 77
N.T. Marsh St. $5.61
Stanley, Ressie W, Pt. No. W
O.T. Pine St $12.94
Stewart, Esther Jordan, pt. No.
87 N.T. Pollock St .. .... $11.31
. Suggs, Garfield, Pt. No. 88, Pine
Pt. 87-88 N.T. Pine St. $25.25
Teel, John k Elsie, Pt. No. 6?
N.T. Pollock St . . $18.45
Washineton, John L. k Lucy. Pt
123 Broad St. ........... .a..-.. $7.25
Washington, John N., Pt 180 O.
f. Queen StT .............. $14.11
Washington, W. H. Est, Pt 180
O.T. Pine St. ......... $6.82
Williams, Fred L. No. 187 O.T.
Craven St $10.19
TO THE EDITOR
THE NEWS-TIMES , ,
Morehead City, N. C.
'This isn't Just a letter, it's a
story more or less, probably less.
I'm calling this "Where Dreams
Ever hear of Harker's Island, N.
C.7 ' '
I suppose very few people have,
outside of Carteret County. But
around that territory people know
us and know us well. Maybe some
times those things' aren't Just what
they should be and are not as
truthful as they should be. But
nevertheless we lust take it in our
stride fs we do everything else.
People seem to take a shine to
that nlace and it's growing, grow
ing fast. I suppose there are a
score of summer homes already
built there with more people build
ing there all the time. Some of
them are year-round while othe-s
are just for a few weeks in the
summer, but the people who have
been there always return and i
usually bring friends and relatives ,
. J U 1 fATiir-n
wnn mem, ..u
! CTnllr lhJZ I
there. HUH??? The nonulation is
IIC. OU, MV aw,.. o
now around 1,200 compared to 1,
000 in 1940.
In 1939 Electric Power was put
to the Island by way of Lennox
ville, which was later rerouted.
That was just like turning on a
100 watt bulb in a dark room
Well, it was! The batterv radios
kerosene lamps and lanterns wre
done away with and replacrd by
bulbs. Ali those dark corners 'hat
h'd pover sorn licht before were
all lighted up. Probably in sonv
ca.se, inty i
never knew existed bur hey were
lighted just the same and we ell
neht m with the res of the world
with no strain "t all.
Electric, v is a . wond r ul thins
ll liinrfc- th'lf ItA
M Junior' Chamber Cornme
is aniicipating putting some of that
electricity to use by nutting a cau-1
tion lieht at the intersection of the ,
main highway and the Post Office I
road. This will be a very good .
thing because, just as likely as not
when vou're drivin" east or west I
on the main highway, some local
racingminded scalawag of about
twelve years of age, or some of
our nearby out-oftowners will
come slipping, sliding and hell
bent forelection out of the Post
Office road: scaring you half to
death, driving you through some-1
one's fence and into their yard, I
and go on his merry wav as if ,
nothing had ever happened, uz
course this doesn't happen every
time vou Bo bv this particular
place and It may never happen to
you, but don t do surprised u u
does. Just, take it easy going Dy
there and you'll probably come out
OK. hundreds of us do everydav.
Where was I anyway, boiorc i
got the J. C.s on me? Oh yes.
In January 1941 we got our long
awaited for bridge. Naturally it
was not where the people who use
it wanted it, but instead it was
where a few of our Carteret Coun
ty not-so-clean politicians wanted
it. But nevertheless we got our:
bridge. We could ride a fine grue-1
some, backbreaking, sure death for i
an automobile dirt and clay road j
to U. S. highway 70, where in turn
we can ride the 14 or 15 miles
to nearbv Beaufort, which is about
six actual miles. The amount that ,
was spent in repairing and replac- j
ie automobiles: hnving gsnline. I
tires and bus tickets could have
put a bridge just where we wanted
it before we finally sot a hard
Going back a little before- we got
the electricity and the bridge ifl
1938 I believe it was, we got a
sidewalk in, of all places, the mid
dle of our Oystershell road. Of
course, not many towns in this
territory can boast of a sidewalk
as wide as ours. It's so wide we
have to use it for our street, we
have to since they put it in the
middle of our shell road. This
makes driving on the Island just
a bit complicated. If you're a very
good driver and are going at a
slow enough rate of speed you
can keep all four wheels on it at
once. When you meet another
car, then, it's up to you to do as
you please. I suggest that when
you start over there for a spin on
Sunday afternoon, or whenever
vou are going, that you break out
the biggest car you have, so you
can lust push the smaller cars and
the people off the ro , ho, SIDE
WALK! We don't mind it. We're
ised to being pushed around, but I
lon't think it'll be that way very
It's a nice place though, and
you'll like it, even if , you don't
want to admit it. You'll be, glad
You can find most anything yon
want here too. 1 believe we have
eleven stores where you can find
anything from Sardines to Horse
collars, a cafe where you can get
good steaks and seafoods, a hotel
which also has a dining room, five
churches of different denomina
tions, and a theater. There are
also a number of different boats
or hire 1 r charter fishing. You
can try Sound fishing or take a
shot at the blue Atlantic where
the big ones bite. '
Oh ves!! As you're' driving in
about the middle of the Island,
you'll see a long brown thing. The
first thing that you'll probably
think is. "That's the school build
ing." That's what we use to think
too, so that's what we've been
using it for. for years. Just how
many years I couldn't My. Now
we're beginning to , wonder t why
we can't have a school instead of
that. . . . whatever it is. But' tt
seems that the people who have
the say so about it think that we,
have enough for us. They say we
dont vote right. Well as I remem
ber the children that are of the
age to go to school are not allow
ed to vote, and they are the ones
who have to go to the beat up
place, not the older ones, and they
should have a decent place to go
to school ai any other children.
Oh well, it's still "The Land
Where Dreams Come True."
Just an Islander
To the Editor:
Are we, who have invested our
life's earnings in a home In this
community, going to sit idle and
allow all we have worked for be
ruined or are we going to arouse
to arms and try to do something
By "it" I refer to the fish fac
tory erected without our knowl
edge or consent in the midst of a
growing community and built
without the consent of the town
. . .... ... . ....
Ul m" IUW1I 11111119 WIJ111I III uadi.
in direct violation of the law.
aid consent being obtained after
factory was built)
Then a petition was carried a
round in an effort to try to pre
vent the owners of above to op
erate. Many signed the petition,
but some did not. (A dci-d I am
sure they regret now). Therefore,
nothing was accomplished.
Last week a fire partially de
stroyed the plant but our rei iieve
was short as today Mr. Morris
starts to repair the damage before
the smell of the last fish has died
Would Mr. Morris be very happy
, it his house had turned from white
smothered n the smell of
fjsh . nis nos,ri,s?
commissioners, and even the grand .
ATHLETES FOOT ITCH NOT
HARD TO KILL. IN ONE HOUR,
If not pleased, your 35c back at
any drug store. TE-OL, a STRONG
fungicide, contains 90 Pet alcohol.
IT PENETRATES. Reaches MORE
germs to KILL the itch. Today at
RKI.lN, BKAITOBT; 8 W,
Vapo Tone - XX
To control lice
on tobacco. In
8. Front St. Phone 2742
NEW BERN, N. C'
. , ei sr. rii,ia
Will Convene Monday ...
The Carteret County Free Will
Baptist Sunday . School Teachers
Institute will convene in the Beau
fort Free Will Baptist church Mon
day, July S, and continue through
Saturday, July 10.
Class periods will begin at 7:45
each evening. Two sessions will
be held with 10 minutes' rest pe
riod in between. There will be a
staff of well-trained teachers to
instruct all who attend.
Material for study will be furn
Col. H. R. Cole, district engineer,
announced today that the public
hearing at the high school, Hat
teras, in regard to advisability of
constructing breakwaters at the
entrance to the Hatteras harbor,
would be held 7 p.m. Wednesday,
July 21, instead of Wednesday,
jury to come down and inspect
our homes, also spend the night
and enjoy the breeze which comes
from the plant in operation and
Three Lennoxvllle Residents
Special For This Week
DP TO ONE WEEK OLD-Per Handled .. $15.00
'OUR BEST" FLOUR
10 LB. BAG 95c 25 LB. BAG $2.15
1 . .. .. . .
Sugar, Lard, and Coffee Mason Jars
and Canning Supplies Yery Reasonable
FARM AND FEED MILL
"Direct From The Mill To You"
Carteret County Branch
WHOLESALE & RETAIL ,
Wholesale Representative i I Mgr. of Beaufort Branch
H. R. Chadwick, Jr. A. T. Smith, Sr.
;5 Ys& 9010 1 vLj.
The Rosetta , Stone, containing
inscriptions in thrae ancient lan
guages, provided the key that un
locked the mystery of ancient
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I Dr. J. O.Baxter Jr.
1 BEAUFORT N. C
0. H. JOHNSON, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT
Morehead City 9 AM to 5 PM
DB. E. r. MENIUS
3rd Floor Elks Temple
Rooms 307-8-9 & 10
NEW BERN, N. C. I
FRONT ST. BEAUFORT