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INVERT your old sewing ma
ichine into an electric model. Motor
and parti $19.95 complete. City
lAppliance Co., Front St., Beaufort-
JSAVE MONEY on back to ichool
(Clothes. We are featuring McCall
iBatterns yard goods, covered buck
'.tes and buttons. Mason's, Arendell
$.. Morehead City. tf
WARD'S Trailblazer Tires. Size
400x16, $12.60, tax included and in
stalled. 8th Street Service Station,
i8th and Evans Sts., Morehead City,
phone M 3681. tf
" GET OUR PRICES BE
FORE YOU BUY A CAR.
7,0 SEE THE REST
' COME BUY THE BEST!
'' 1948 HUDSON Coupe. Only
1 has a few miles. Excellent con
dition. ''I 1947 FORD 2 Door Sedan.
1947 PLYMOUTH 4-Door Se
1 "dan. Radio, heater, seatcovers.
"" 1941 CHEVROLET Club
Coupe. Heater, seatcovers.
, 1941 CHRYSLER Royal 4
ujPoor Sedan. New paint job.
!UJ 1941 HUDSON. Seatcovers
, and new paint job.
1938 FORD 2-Door Sedan.
yl Has passed N. C. Inspection.
-DICK PARKER MOTOR Co.
1302 Arendell St.
.EXPERT alterations on men's and
Women's suits and clothing. Work
hat satisfies by an experienced
fitflor. Famise Corset Shop, 1103
'A'rentlcll St., Morehead City. tf
GOOD smell pick-up truck tires.
Perfects. Money back guarantee.
T)re Service Co., 1300 Arendell St.,
forehead Ci(y. tf
WARD'S Winter-King Standard
Batteries, 24 months' guarantee,
12.95 exchange installed. 8th
Street Service Station, 8th and
fcvans Sts., Morehead City, phone
M 3681. tf
$PR SALE at wholesale cost for
tyuick sale: Six table model Philco
radios; one Philco cabinet combi
nation; one 52 gallon electric wat
er heater; three kerosene water
beaters; three 30 gallon tank?. The
kerosene stoves have been used
but in good condition. R. H.
Dowdy, 106 Sixth St., Morehead
FIVE ROOM house furnished,
Afendcll St., Morehead City. Two
three unit apartments, Ann St.,
Beaufort. Also two furnished
nouses, Camp Glenn. Phone B5321.
0. W. Duncan. D7
SHRIMP BOAT now in operation
$600. Phone M 7376 or call at 307
N. 23rd St., Morehead City. D7p
SHETLAND pony with saddle and
ridle. 5 years old. Gentle. Will
ell or trade. C. J. Taylor, North
EXPERT RADIO repairing on all
Makes. Philco car seta for immed
iate installation. Matthis Radio
Service Co., 1401 Bridges St.,
Mbrehead City. tf
WARD'S Commander Batteries, 12
months guarantee, $8.75 exchange
Installed. 8th Street Service Sta
tion, 8th and Evans Sts., Morehead
(JJty, phone M 3681. tf
JARVIS Shell Shop, 510 Arendell
St., Morehead City, Invites you to
ccme in and see our beautiful line
of shell work for Xmas. Wholesale
and retail. Pin sets, corsages,
lamps, gardens all sizes, flowers,
birds and animal earrings. D17p
6 ROOM house with bath. Has a
small two room dwelling at rear.
Corner of Broad and Fulford Sts.,
Beaufort. See Mrs. Howard Hun
nings, 205 Fulford St. for quick
ELECTRO-MITE baby washer.
Fine for small wishing and diap
ers. Also Twin-Temp coal stove.
Uaed only one season. 2703 Homes
DnWe, Morehead City. DlOp
DRESSED fryers. Orders taken un
til: Thursday for delivery on Friday
inl Beaufort. Phone Mrs. R. S.
ithMBeaufort 5168. D7-14
(SOLE HOT Bhst stove. 107 N.
28rd St., Morehead City. Phone
M(9687. . .. , DlOp
1&REE ROOMS of furniture. Kit
cjhen, living room and dining room.
sfso two bedrooms; also bicycle,
trjrycle, Irish Mail baby carriage.
Contact Mrs. McNeil Willis, 105
IftVflth St., Morehead City. It
X;MAS BARGAINl Water view
' byllding lot 90 x 110 feet on Front
Stu Ext., Beaufort. See Grayden
Raul at Sunshine Court. D10
GYRL BICYCLE; quarter inch elec
trre drill; row boat; sail boat; new
Hollywood three-quarter size bed.
Grayden Paul, Sunshine Court,
CTbnt St. Ext., Beaufort - D10
41 OR 5 ROOM house or apartment
watUed-by Jan. 1, 1949. C. 3.
Southard, 310 Linden Ave., Rsl-
eIi, N. C. ' DlOp
YPE WRITERS, adding machines,
calculators. Sales and service. Taff
Office Equipment Co., 222 Craven
St., New Bern. Phone 3135. tf
LICENSED electrician for electric
al installations and contracting.
Call City Appliance, Front St.,
Beaufort Phone B 325-1. tf
FOR CORRECT TIME: M 8006.
For correct jewelry, satisfactory
watch repair, Early Jewelers, 812
Arendell St., Morehead City. tf
WE BUY :rap iron, steel, tin, au
to radiators, bodies, fenders, bat
teries. Gei our prices first. Sautt
er's Iroi. 4V Metal Co., on More
head City Highway. Phone New
Bern 3910, or write P. 0. Box 736,
New Bern. 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
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
WALL washing, wallpaper clean
ing, interior and exterior painting.
All work guaranteed. Mr. Sheets,
120 Ann St., Beaufort. B 3471. D17
PIANO TUNING also repairing.
Finest work guaranteed. 25 years
experience. Contact through THE
NEWS-TIMES B 448-1 or M 578-1.
LOCAL AND long distance haul
ing. Furniture moving. Phone
M 9551 or see G. W. Phillips at
905 Bridges St., Morehead City.
MAKE OLD FLOORS look like
new. Rent our High Speed Floor
Sander and Edger. Low rates.
Western Auto Store, Beaufort.
Phone 3651. tf
HI-SPEED floor sander, edger,
polisher. Rental terms, contracts,
free estimates. Newport Wood
working Shop. Phone Newport 397
or 412. D7p
TWO furnished apartments corner
of 20th and Bridges Sts., Morehead
SALES OPPORTUNITY for the
right man. Wanted Life Insurance
salesman for Morehead City and
Beaufort. Applicant must be be
tween 21 and 45 years old, prefer
ably married, neat, sober, and am
bitious with at least high school
education. Opportunity is unlim
ited as many of our eastern Caro
lina agents now earn from $5,000
to $15,000 yearly. Experience help
ful but not necessary. References
required. If you can qualify and
are interested write Jake Hadley,
General Agent, Box 507, Green
ville, N. C. D7
EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE. Distri
butor to sell retailers line of pro
ducts, consisting of peanut butter,
sandwiches, marshmallow pies, 5
cents cakes, carded nuts, pork
skins, potato chips, roasted pea
nuts, popcorn and candies. Protect
ed territory. Should have ex
perience in store route selling and
be able to secure suitable panel
truck. Reply to Box 1, care of THE
NEWS-TIMES, Morehead City. D10
LOST Male English Shepard dog.
Tan and white, 3 months old. Lib
eral reward. Mrs. Gaston B. Ful
cher, 1105 Ann St., Beaufort. Dial
B 3027, D10
CARD OF THANKS
The family of Mrs. Marguerite
Hussey wish to thank everyone for
the hundreds of sympathy cards
and numerous floral tributes re
ceived during her recent illness
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to extend our thanks
to the many friends who .sent
flowers and expressions of sym
pathy and to those who offered
their services during our recent
Mrs. Fred Willis and Family
Having qualified as administra
tor of Fred W. Willis, deceased.
lute of Carteret County, this is to
notify all persons having claims
against the said estate to present
them to the undersigned at More-
head City, N. C, on or before the
7th day of December, 1949, or this
notice will be pled in bar of their
recovery. All persona indebted td
said estate will please make
This 6th day of DecemberTJ943.
' Don Francis Willii,
6t D714-21-28 J 4-11
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timet called "Millionaire's Row,"
because many of the home owners
there are worth seven figures, be
gins this week.
Racing greyhounds created the
fund which will be used to make
the needed street improvements.
After the racing season was over
during the early autumn, the More
head City Racing Commission's
share was something like $27,000
or a 10 percent cut of the proceeds
from this enterprise which intro
duced legalized pari-mutuel betting
in North Carolina.
Of the $27,000 at least $25,000
will be used on the improvement
of Morehead City's Evans Street.
Even if they do not change the
name, they should start calling it
Greyhound Boulevard, in honor of
the fast running dogs which were
responsible for this addition to the
town's treasury. Somebody wise
cracked that next year's cut in the
racetrack take should be used for
repaving Arendell street, and that
its name should be changed then
to "Daily-Double Drive."
Archie Royal tavls, Morehead
City-born architect with offices in
Durham, pave me the dope on the
recreation pier proposed for Mo
ney Island Beach. It will be more
than just an ordinary fishing pier,
according to Davis, and the -owners,
Sportsman's Pier Inc., a corpora
tion headed by E. L. Scott of Kins
ton, plans to spend between $75,
000 and $100,000 on its construc
tion. Already the War Department
has given approval for the pier's
construction. It will be 1,300 feet
long with a 100 x 75 foot "T" at
the offshore end. About midway
of the pier or 500 feet offshore
provisions will be made for a res
taurant. A breakwater, made from
pilings, will be a feature of the
offshore end of the pier to pro
vide facilities of fishing boats. Da
vis says this will be the longest
and most modern recreation pier
on the North Carolina coast and
that it will be ready for business
by summertime, 1949.
F. M. "Coach" Simmons, former
ly of Morehead City who has been
residing in Charlotte for the past
several years was here on a visit
last week. Recently he flew over
to England to attend the Olympic
games. His son was a member of
one of the teams.
On his return to America aboard
plane he struck up a speaking ac
quaintance with one of the pas
sengers who was an Australian re
turning home from a vacation in
the Alps of Switzerland. He asked
Simmons where he was from in
the United States.
"You probably have never heard
of the state I come from. It is
North Carolina, and I am frBHi
Charlotte," Simmons replied.
"Oh, yes!" said his plane com
panion, "I have heard of North
Carolina and as a matter of fact
I was assigned to dutv there early
in the war aboard a British ship."
He was referring to one of the
North Sea armed trawlers which
based at Morehead City during
"One of the things I remember
about Morehead City is that fa
mous seafood restaurant, where we
always had a meal after coming in
from patrol off Cape Lookout and
Cape Hatteras," he added.
(Continued From Page One)
board can lease public property for
a period of 25 years.
Under the lease presented by
Mr. Taylor, the school would have
the use of the ball diamond at all
times and the Athletic associa
tion's activities would in no way
interfere with the school program.
A delegation of men from Davis
appeared before the board and re
quested permission to purchase the
school house at Davis for a com
The board told the delegation
that the price would be approxi-!
mately $500. To obtain the build-
ing as a community center, an
organization consisting of a presi
dent, vice-president, secretaryand
treasurer should be set up at Da
vis, Dr. Moore stated.
The Davis citizens, representing
the Woodmen of the World, the
American Legion, and two church
es, reminded the board that a new
roof, costing approximately $1,000
would .have to be' put on the build
ing. The board asked that the dele
gation, including Grady Davis, Joe
Davis, and Lionel Gilgo, return to
the January meeting at which time
they will make a decision as to the
disposal of the Davis ichool house.
H. L. Joslyn, superintendent of
schools, made a report on the
School Board association conven
tion which he recently attended
and also a 'report on the request
for ichool funds from the state for
the next biennium. ; .
Liquor Sales Tola!
$55,330 Daring November
. Sales at the Alcoholic Board of
Control storw in Carteret county
during November totaled $55,380.-
40. - "'V.;:, ., -
' Gross profit wa $14,388.50 and
'estimated net profit, according to
the report from the auditors of
fice, was $4,232.03.
Operating expense! were $2,
896.85, and salei Ux, $4,706.48. Al
lotment! to the towns and hospital
were ai follows: Beaufort, $955.48,
Moreheid City, $533.98, hospital,
$335.98, and Newport, $305.70. :
CARTERET COUNTY NEWS-TIMES,
(Continued From Page Three)
halls. . Most students feel they
must keep their room neat so it
will get a good grade but they say,
"Oh, what do I care about the
halls? They aren't graded anyway.
It's no skin off my nose if I throw
a piece of paper down."
Actually I know no one really
says those things but in their sub
conscious mind that's exactly what
they are thinking. Excuse me,
folks, for preaching a sermon but
I hope you will realize what I'm
trying to put across to you. Since
you are in the school building
practically all day why not make
it a clean, pleasant place to stay,
Last Thursday afternoon we
were shown three pictures in cha
pel: "Nutty Pine Cabin," a comedy
about beavers; "Beautiful Dream
er," a story of Stephen Foster; and
"Game of Games," the 1948 Army
and Navy football game. These
pictures were really nice, much
better than any we had last year.
Before the movies feegan, Mrs.
Lollis, the high school librarian,
talked to the students about the
care of the library. It seems they
aren't taking care of the books as
they should and they are keeping
books out weeks over time. She
said that beginning Monday there
would be a fine for overdue books,
2 cents a day.
On Friday night the nurses are
sponsoring a show at the school
auditorium. It is an all-male show,
"Hollywood Capers," and in it we
have such famous people as Betty
Grable, Rita Hayworth, Carmen
Miranda, etc. I believe it's going
to be a very funny but enjoyable
show. The admission is 35 cents
and 50 cents and everyone is in
An "off-lhe-prcss" report on
Morehead's game with Camp Le
jeune was printed last week and
I'm afraid it was exaggerated
quite a good bit. Morehead did
not mean to imply that Beaufort's
basketball team is not good
enough to beat Camp Leicune. In
fact Beaufort has a 50-50 chance
to beat them, just as Morehead
had, even though they do have a
good and a strong team. This re
port, that was published, was said
in a kidding way and was never
meant to be published. We are all
very sorry that this happened and
we really wish Beaufort's team the
very best of luck tonight when
they meet Camp Leieune. I say
this in behalf of our principal,
coach, faculty and student body.
(Continued ".om Page One)
mainland near the southern end
of Core sound, about 8 miles east
of Beaufort, Carteret county; not:
Middens creek: Tidal creek
about 1 mile long, south of the
village of Smyrna and flowing into
Core sound from the west, Carteret
county; not: Maddam creek, Mad
Portsmouth island: A barrier
beach extending from the present
Swash inlet to Ocracoke inlet, be
tween the Atlantic ocean and Pam
lico sound; it is a north-easterly
extension of Core banks; Carteret
county; not: Core beach.
Styron bay: Bay on the west
side of Core sound about 1.3 miles
southwest of the village of Atlant
ic and east of Nelson bay, Carteret
county; not: Styran Bay, Styran's
Tusk creek: Tidal creek on the
west of Core sound about 1 mile
north of Marshallberg, Carteret
county; not: Wolfert creek.
Wade creek: Stream about 1
mile long flowing eastward into
Jarrett bay immediately south of
Williston creek, Carteret county;
not: Willis creek.
West bay: A southern arm of
Pamlico sound extending north
west from Cedar island, Carteret
county; not: Cedar Island bay.
Williston creek: Stream about 2 6
miles long, flowing south-southeast
into Jarrett bay about 1.6 miles
above the entrance to the bay,
Csrteret county; not: Williston
(Continued From Page One)
mas shopping that everyone can
complete early and thus avoid the
last-minute crowds at post office
Mr. Webb pointed out that par
cel post packages cannot be accept
ed .unless stoutly wrapped, and ad
vised shoppers to lay in supplies
of heavy cardboard, sturdy outer
paper, heavy cord - and printed
fourth-class labels. Packages are
limited to 70 pounds in weight,
and must not measure more than
100 inches in length and girth com
bined. The address should be re
peated Inside the outer wrappings.
The postmaster also suggested
checking and revising Christmas
card address lists next week. When
the Christmas cards are purchased
they should be, addressed and
stamped at once and stacked in a
convenient place for mailing at the
proper time, thus preventing last
minute oversights, he advised.
Christmas Books Ready
Mrs. L. A. Oakley, Beaufort, li
brarian, announced today that the
Christmas "Books, for both adults
and children, are ready for circu
MORDlEAD CITT AND .BEAUFORT. N. C
has ideas abott
Clam Bake, Square Dance
To Be Held Sal.. Dec. 11
Smyrna Parent-Teacher associa
tion will sponsor a clambake and
square dance at the Willis Brothers
clam house, Williston, this coming
Saturday night, Dec. 11. It was
erroneously announced in Friday's
paper that the clambake and
square dance would be Saturday,
Proceeds will be placed in the
school improvement fund.
Elmer Willis, president of the
Smyrna PTA, and at whose famous
Williston clamhousc the bake will
be held announced today that all
those wishing to attend must make
reservations by noon on Friday,
Dec. 10. Reservations can be made
by phoning Mr. Willis at Marshall
Door prizes will be awarded. Old
Timey fiddlers will be there.
"Elmer" is preparing the reaj
thing, as he always does, say PTA
30 Counly Besidenls Serve
On Superior Court Jury
Thirty county residents are serv
ing on the jury for the civil term
of superior court.
They are John S. Jones, John
Weeks, Lewis II. Swain, Alex Guth
rie, John W. McCabe, Charles G.
Jones, Selby Fulchcr, V. J. Garner,
I. F. Moore, E. O. Davis, H. G. Lof
tin. Elmer Salter, M. M. Dudley, M
A. Davis, N. A. Avery, Avery Tay
lor, Norwood Nelson, George R
Lewis, James B. Gillikin, Clayton
Guthrie, Jr., L. A. Garner, Jr., M.
C. Norris, W. B. Norris.
Hugh Piner, Guy Dickinson, A
H. Chadwick, Lemuel A. Mason
Iredell Hill, M. S. Webb, Alex Gra
PMA County Committeemen
Beelecled Friday Night
All members of the 1947-48 Pro
duclion Marketing administration
county committee were re-elected
at the county convention Friday
night in the PMA office, Beaufort
Heading the committee is Sam
Edwards. Roland Salter is vice
chairman, D. W. Truckner, regular
committeeman, Herman K. Norris
and Lawrence A. Garner, alter
nates. Each deleeate ihosen in the PMA
elections Thursday attended the
convention. A preliminary meet
ing to organize for the coming year
followed and plans were made to
meet again at 7 o'clock tomorrow
night in the PMA office to outline
further the program for 194849.
Production marketing adminis
trator in this county is B. J. May.
(Continued From Page One)
all cases' is given on the basis of
, The materials collected through
the North Carolina Friendship
Train program will be overseas
ready for distribution in the need
iest period of all for a hungry
nation the late months of winter,
McLain pointed out. Where food
supplies are low, the greatest need
comes toward ipring when rations
have been used up and new crops
are not yet supplying the needs of
the people. , " - ' "
Response to the appeal fpr foods
and the goal of a carload per
county have been good through
out the State, the CROP director
reported. "Judging from the en
thusiastic Interest,"- McLain said,,
"North Carolina should have a long
and heavy Friendship Train.'' ,
Miss Ruth Peeling will be in
charge of CROP contributions in
Morehead CityMr. May announc
ed yesterday. .
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rive Morehead Residents
Win Chrislmas Cash Prizes
Five Morehead City residents
won the cash prizes offered Satur
day under the Morehead City mer
chants' Christmas promotion pro
gram. They were Miss Joyce Willis, 15
10 Arendell street, who received
$50; Howard Mills, 106 N. 13th
street, who received $10; Leon
Lewis, 1011 Bridges street, $20;
Louise Pate, 1108 Shepard street,
$20; and B. D. Wright, 308 Evuns
The purchases which led to the
winning of the foregoi w prizes
were made at Freeman Brothers,
R & N Furniture compiiny,
Stroud's, and Hill's.
The prizes were given at 1:30
Saturday afternoon at the munici
pal building on 8th street before a
crowd of 300. The next set of cash
prizes will be awarded this coming
Saturday at the same time at the
Appoint List Takers
County commissioners appointed
list takers for 1949 at their reg
ular monthly meeting yesterday
morning at the court house. Ap
oointments were made for all lo
calities with the exception of At
lantic, Davis and Stacy, Ports
mouth, and Straits.
Appointees are as follews: Beau
fort F. R, Seeley and John D.
Brooks, Cedar Island Dora Day,
Harkers Island Mrs. Mabel D.
Lawrence, Harlowe J. R. Ball,
Marshallberg Ja C. Davis, Merri
mon and Lukens Peter Carraway,
Morehead City Charles V. Webb,
Newport Prentis Garner, Smyrna
nd Williston George W, Davis,
and White Oak Sam Meadows.
Motor Vehicles Division
Reports On Fatalities
The number of fatal accidents
and persons killed in Carteret
'ounty during the nine month pe
riod, January to October, has re
mained approximately the same
for the past three years. A recent
report from the state motor vehic
les division shows that this year
there were four fatal accidents and
four persons killed. These figures
were exactly the same in 1946 but
jumped to six deaths and six fatal
accidents during the year 1947. :
, Throughout the state the num
ber of .accidents that occurred
from January to September 1948
in urban areas was 4,433 as com
pared to 6,870 in rural communi
ties, making a total of 11,323.
There were 508 persons killed
in North Carolina during that same
oeriod; 92 in thickly settled dis
tricts and 416 In rural. Persons
injured numbered 3,353; 1,263
from urban and 4,091 from rural
treas. . .
Aunt Jemima to Appear;
In Person at Food lore
'; ': ! I ;-: ''
Aunt Jemima in person will ap
pear Friday and Saturday at
Stroud's Food center, 18th street,
Morehead City, C. N. Stroud, man
ager, announced yesterday. '
She will flip pancakes which will
be served to patroni with sausage
and syrup.'';,'.':. - . '..
Bike Tags Bell Fast -r
Sixty-six bike tags have been sold
to Morehead City bicycle owners
since tags went on sale Wednes
day, Mrs. Blanda McLohon, city
treasurer, reported yesterday. The
youngsters are thrilled with them,"
she commented. Licensing bicycles
will enable police to trace them
much easier if they are stolen. ,
Negroes Arrested Saturday
On Illegal Whiskey Charge
Five Beaufort Negroes were ar
rested Saturday afternoon for pos
session of non tax-paid whiskey,
M. M. Ayscue, county ABC officer,
They were Mildred Baum, Mary
McDonald, Mary Potter, Thelma
Johnson, and William Baum. As
sisting in the arrest were Beaufort
Two gallons of whiskey were
The Bev. B. C. Goodchild
Accepts Atlantic Charge
The Rev. R. C. Goodchild has
been assigned the Atlantic Meth
odist church charge, replacing the
Rev. Max Richardson, who was as
signed there during conference.
Mr. Goodchild is the father of
Mrs. W. Y. Stewart whose husband
is pastor of Core Creek church.
Before coming to Atlantic Mr.
Goodchild was pastor of the Pink
Norehead City Bolarians
Plan Chrislmas Party
Morehead City Rotarians at their
weekly meeting Thursday night at
the recreation center made final
plans for a Christmas party.
They will entertain their Rotary
Anns at the Blue Ribbon club
Thursday night, Dec. 16.
The Indian name for raccoon
was "arakun," meaning literally
"he scratches with his hands."
r witek comloftlnf btlp for Btckuht.
Muumatto Film, Cktllnc Up Mlfhu, straw
clwdj rln, irriUtlnt dmucm, Lcf Ptlnj.
KlM undtr tjM, and iwolltn tnkUi, du
w Bon-arfwUe and aonintemla Kldiwjr (nd
ladder tnublw, try Cyst. Quick, compltM
tatltf actlm or monty hack caarantotd. Art
( anifiUI tar Cratox today.
Don't lot coughing, whwilnt, racurrlni at
tack) ol Branchial Aathma ruin sleep and
onertr without trrlnf MENDAOO. which
works thru the Mood to roach bronchial
lubes and lungs. Usually helps nature quickly
remove thick. sUcky munis. Thus alleviates
couihliuj and aids freer b&athlnf and heller
sleep, oet MINDACO from drutalst. tails
faction ar awnsy back fuarantotd.
For anlek, dellfhtfully eossfortlnf help for
achos and pains si Mwuaatlsm, Arthritis,
Jourtlla, Luabat-o, lalallea, or Neuralcla try
swill, Works through the blood, first dost
many start altertatlnf pais) so you eaa
Work, snjoy Ufa and sleep mora comfortably.
Oet ImM at draft Ut today. Quick, com
pleV satlafactloa or money back guaranteed.
FOR ; SALE DEASOIIABLE
Two. Chrysler Crown G cylinder Marine
Motors wiih 2 to 1 reduction gears. Reason
lor selling: iiislalling larger motors.
PHONE M M07
CSS CCAL-id Cet the Mostand Most
Satisfying Beat lor Your Home
Let us solve your Winter heating problems by filling your
bins now with choice Coals from our .present large stocks.
Your ordetl will receive our prompt attention.'
WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS .
ClRTEZET ICE AO COAL CC:? ANY
Phone M 8701 i "since 1891? Morehead City
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1941
She Said A Moulhhit
$100 Bill Returned
The lost is found! A $100 bili
that was lost, on Saturday morning
has been returned to a greatly re
licved Leslie Webb, employee a
Freeman Brolhrs grocery, 70.1
Arendell street, after hours o
search. The honest discoverer
Miss Caroline Oglesby, found thJ
bill in front of the Betty Jay Shop
Webb believes he lost it while pull
ing cigarettes out of his pocket.
In the bee family, the worker
has 3,000 to 4,000 lenses in its
eyes, the drone 7,000 to 8,000, a
queen about 5,000.
RELIEF AT LAST
Fo? Your COUGH
Crenmulsion relieves promptly because
it goes right (o the teat of the trouble
to help loosen and expel germ laden
phlegm and aid nature to soothe and
heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial
mucous membranes. Tell your druggist
to sell you t botUe of Creounilsinn
with the understanding you must liks
the vrf It quickly allays the cough
or you are to have your money back.
YOU CAN BUY A GOOD
MATTRESS FOR ONLY $35
Minus $10.50 for your old mat.
Cmfort Innersprlng Unit
Call or Write
RESTWELL MATTRESS CO.
2104 Trent Blvd. 2889 New Bern
Pickup & Deliver Anywhere
DR. L F. MENIUS
3rd Floor Elks Temple
Rooms 307-8-9 & 10
NEW BERN N. C.
I Dr.J.O. Baxter Jr.
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