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Yr.j vs€?nu>t v r, 1048, on ft sns'-vt;r or
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- \v. G. MORDF.CAI, Clerk of
> th*. Snpr-rCourf i
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cuiiurt iiu 1 i tlx- ;YV}penor Court;
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he Sup.-iioi Court <-! Wake Coin.-
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1;«> *( ..•tin ioi 'O' reiiet demauded
in ia»d I'oiiipiaiat.
Till- <i,i. 1,1 a.n,,: .a. )a
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F CAfiliAdE Aticrney
A'-*. 21, 28-Sop. 4, H.
NOHTH CAROLINA
V.-.kj.; COUNTY
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
NATHANIEL HUCoOIJ. Piamluf
SARAH HULSON, Dole near,;.
THE. DEFENDANT. Saialt ii d
son, veil! take notn.t* 11.;,t an jc-
Ik-ti onidled a. above lias been i
>'• simetved in the Supenor Court
o' Wake (imirty, l.y Natlv-ttivl
H idpon, pEuntiH th r> ; :n, to ob
tarn an absohtto divorce on t!,-:.
jur.rts ni two year, -.pui-ation
'$ i* i*oi ided in tlie Stances oi
Korth Carolina, plaintiff' ~nd do
fend:.;: has u-.y lived t-vparott and
apart lor more than two yocirs nc -.
preceding she in:d;tu( ion ,»i tbn
and that -aid citii-.-idunt • ail
i***i **« take notice t ... -he nrc
Wfr’dd *(, iippetit ;;t ’hi- offict oi
Sus , Clerk o: the Superior Conn,
w • fr ake Couttly. North Carolina,
the Courthouse in Raleigh, on
day of September. 1943,
f>’- within twenty days thereafter
kind .fcrswi-r o.i der/ni;' »o the wm
yslaTiit In said action, or the pit-in
tiff s’dli apply ft> the court for the
relief demanded in said complaint
Tti' :: 18th day of Aurust, 1.946.
SARA ALLEN, Ass!. CUt'x..
Suoerior Coui • *A’ake Ccunvy
HERMAN L. TAILOR, Ati’y
PERSONALS
it ,mt ns i iiuviS, Mrs. iV).
* - i ,!i * in lie * Laws and
a !■, iim: i..,..-. ■ visited tiier.'t
-1 - ‘. i i■, ui i /un-tay.
-*ii -11JimA-ai'd Norfolk -
' . :• ■ llOUSi: yUi -.1 Ot M.IS, Cal
. Lti'.'-'a i :.;st a cek
ii - .civile K Lino .t, htrarian
'•. :i uiyii vv1,,.;0i iii ivitaiii,
: . .-.s in tne city to. th* week
- . . . of Ml anil nil s i ou
i .se 1 n.a lib * 1 2if S. tsiale uc - i
1 1 i-i mini- at in, ‘Nasi
n-ti-v lit , ~- lr.. ,-i r,ere tor lout
it. i- Me.a E.v.wis winj v. ill soon
-t. toil i ;.'ci--.rs oi ii will be iior*uiiii ,
i !•» i t >i: SO iit i
•. I!• Ur f*OklH CAROLINA
M: (’utn'liY
li.;.- - ijiialifled as Executor ul
M. i if M; Nannie Dunstui
•I. ■ di <:■ r,l Site ,)t Wane
1 .' ; ’.ii ’ ,i olina, thi to
si, ...‘i |.i> , • on,-; having cltiinir.
.-: in* aid v tale lo t xhinit
.... < ■ i iVn- i uii.’i.i n ued oil oi
It,-. !I, ■ : 1 .,i 11 ii;,;. ot Augur.:. ;
; * s’’ !,-i nutici- will be plead - •
. : ; .. i. , .t i ti.t j i 11t: i j A.J 1 e* 1
i- :-'t t■ .aid i.-late \viii
;.i< .• • I in.ire-hat* pa - lUeiit
Tl.j M l . 'I it da’/ of August, 194,'.
Ar, .do till EC At, t tei h
oi ;ia * iupei ior Coui t.
.. . if :.apt b. 13. 20. '£!■
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.di 'Pi ,lEF'i : RIES
n' h , ii-i JEFFRIES
'i i!i: DI : i .'.DEHT Maggie Jes- 1
;'! notice til.,t iii ai.'-
i •'■/!,litd ai/ovo has Lein
■ i,'.. 1..., . jii ir,e ■ ii|.i. L i-. . t. -...i.t
■ t ato obtain an at: -
■ uli-ite cC-.'u,,. on ill- g'i’GuiiGS -.n
t -.-. ii .tioro :-is j.: - . id«i
. it 'l.O i, it • ...! i-i Oi E. i .ititiliia
i.t- if :-.d dcfendwit having liv
it.,d apart for more
~ e. j , it- next proceeding th<
-f tins action, and tha’
•■■J o : r will fill ther tai.
> ■ 0.,-i -tii is required h'- ap
• -1, . ' e.i office ,>t the Clerk of
4.1 ;i„ Court of Wak< Coun
ii. i.a t r,)i,v,a. ii; tire cGurt
i. M- uii i i, the 27th day
• i ' jit- tr.b-i .. 1'.)48. or within twen
ii..’. t!; eat ter and an - we; or
’it,- i the complaint of said ac
■ a tn, plainUfl ail apply lo
tin' C<-u; > for the relief demand
va in >.ti complaint.
Th : mb day of August. 1943.
'MoK.' ALLEN. As instant
i of Superior Court
i J CARNAGE, Attorney
' 28-Sept. 4. It. 18
!\ 1111 PERIOR COURT
NCR n-v CAROLINA
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NOTH t
’l.-..TF LOFTON
a-P LOFTv.N
THE DEFENDANT Samuel Lof
t • '. it! taki r.otic* that an action
■ third as. ab>,ve lias Li., ti vorri
i rd in tire Superior Court ot
. County t. obtain an absoliiU
I.'i/orci on the grounds of two
. p.raU',n as provided in the
'.it- ot North Caiollna, plain
e: t iiolriidatil li&ving ,li\*'-d
i'c-ia; uni apart tor more than
■i. it. • proceeding the in
•.t thus action: and that
. d< tendaut will further take
a hi is required it'* appea*
.' Mi'- Office ot the Clerk of the
: tfEtiui Court oi Wake County.
N-.rhi F.it'i.hmi in the Courthouse
T U ...h. on tht 27th day of
■: a . , 1948. r i i within twenty
ra.v-- w . .-t-alter and answer i.i dt
rr !«. t; ■ eomplam! r.-i said a*
■ ■>!>, i.i 'Me plair.iitf will apply to
th< f ’..mi f. the relief demand
i - .. , ii cuv i/LiuU
Mer 20; j- day of AugUf.l 1948.
SAFA ALLEN. Assistaid
C : - '.]■■ of the Superior Court
1- f CAFFNAGr. Attorney .
in M‘B Srp-t. 4 11. 18.
NORTH CAROLINA
VvAKK COUNTY
i:.'.Vl;-:G QUAUFIFD as Ad-
E.irii trj ot the Esiatr cf the
-L t vv A illianu. decea :ed
: \V. iu l County, North Caro
. a ih • i. tu tioldy all pcraoi..-
.>ip claim.; against the Estate oi
derca.-i d to *->.iiit.it them to
u-i, at. 739 Fayetteville
R'.ieu-h North Carolina. 011
• .'■! ■ tbi 13th day of August,
■ Ei this notice will be pleaded
.1 of them rc-coycry. All per
indebted t.; the Estate will
i'ii .i make immediate payment
t i - - i Mtn day at August. 1948
A:.-. Vvilholmma Williams,
Adwinistrati iy
Mu 11, 21, 28-Sci/t 4, 11. 18
24-HOUR SERVICE
m KART CABARRUS ST. €. A. BAYWOOB, Owm*
with an open home ~n Aueim ,
IKitt: v;3 .j t,i 1 MO pm. at w-hli'll i
titiit cldc; )y !■-- tuns, trotii vri m
ibU vvlJi lliett. illcir Will Utl Jil fc.,.-
i piop< iate service which will ue t
followed ny picture niaking auf
'a nepa.-t Open house is tor all
triends of Mrs. Lewis.
Mrs Julia fei'uwn ot 2217 Van!
Dyke avttiue nas returned frotn |
vVashiiigtiJii, D i aJtti visiliiig
iiei son i.'hai its. who is iti
:.c and ,vhs tuitus Aainuel Va-ss
:ii u tiit city WedneKilay «iornn««4
t i ,-vttamn C ity, N E, New York .
CYtv ao,J olhfc. lioi’.hern points.
.di'. .Hid l-'t.rcy F'reeman ot
Washington D. C, have retui ned .
iiomi- uitei visiting Inends anil
. -;.iiives tiers.
Ivfis. James Edgar Stri. klat.d anti
li.iuiv Ji.v . *’barlsie .tcitnes are y.
i ns; friends and r«.-lattvfs in Wa-j--
i,ig. ■.•a, 13. <
l.oiiuie *.'ha vis ol New Yoj'k City
i visiting ini wile ivlii haulmc
CnaViS i t Soulh Stale St
air- Alice Smith ol Philadcl- :
p.hi.i, ia is visitmg Ini' Aster.
Mt tiiaiun L’ ti/a.-v. Saunders «uU
1 auliijf Ch.iv c ol this > ity
Ah's Uiy i, - Huge is anil ddag.i- ;
!<i . Celeslihc Elina ,nd Jei eitiicc,
have <etanit-d :/; it., city uttci ,-
a liig ui f'itvv Jt'l'..ey'. i'lUiudtlpi. a.
and Washington, D C
rvli'S. ivlabh Cjiibert recent gut; l
cl hei :.ii;t< i Mi • Maigaret itoti. •
has ieturned to her honvc iu Was:.-
mgion, D. *
Mt and Mrs. Ferry Freeman
Lave returned to Washing on, !M
:!.. . accompanied by hevr inothcr.
Alis Amu* Freeman oi c.amtieii :
j street who left Raleigh to spend'
| nei vacation witn relative- /i;d
1 Jit(ids i»i itt Jersey, hew
and ■ 'ontiecticut.
Glasci Hayes of Nev, Yoik is :
; guest of iris sister. Mrs. Annie,
. At.ii:.. ,
i.h-s Eioris Alston ipi.m havirir.
J >"■ lj> good -i. \c;E
'.vith itlattvc-;
Mrs. Sylvia Dunn of Camden S:
i.n.j daughter, Mi Cannon ol N<
‘ York, are visiting' relatives and
tiui ui u, W u.'/toll-Sur. ni.
Ale. Gdrrll Words Est lecentiy
to v..-Li relative and li-iends. m Nw>
Jersey, Philadelphia, and New
t Y ork.
Miss Wilhelnuna Alstton ;c Visit
: ;ng her father, Phillip Alston of
! Cotton sttee ana other relatives :
and ti lends lit i e
The Rev. J Mil.ird Le. sie;
paste, of the St. John baptist
ChuKt, of Can.ieh. N. J. . .tea
Raleigti tin mi days la ' .. • • *■
prior to go mg to Houston. Texas
to attend the- National Baptist Con
vention which 1-. beuij- ueiu irorn
September t: to 12
the Eii. Mr Levister is also seo-
Artary of the Baptist Ministei »al
Conference of Philadelphia Mid
i Vicinity. While in Raleigh he ve- -
ited I,is brothei C A. Levister. ~
deacon cf the First baptist Church
of Rakish;, who lives ar 828 Cotton
l Place.
: CHAVIS HEIGHTS
By MAY L. BKOADIE
Ait:, iviary Bm hour ol ’BaftiiiH'i ! '-
, .vid. is home visiting her niothei
and gi aiidiiiOthei ( *,L -. Ms, Ivit’i.
j Fairow and Mrs Hester Ferell of
, 4 Chavis Way
Aiks Ethel Small of 642 Sou In
i Boundary street has te tuned
, t.i.m alter visiting relatives and
tiis.iids ii; WMshiUgtOii. D C., Pa .
, Ni;\v Yoik '• ,'-.. jf.j Canada She
si , 1 r*.ll:. haring had air enjoyable
, ! vacation.
{ Miss Annie Dixon who spent het
- vacation v.t,-,c i,er niothei. At i
.. Claia Dixon, has returned to her
lioiTif in New York.
Mr ,; Be .sie Bridgeford of 404
Buttls- stn-ct has returned home af
tei visiting relatives and friends
ex; f' N J and New York City
Mrs Jcsir.es Watkins of 6 Iredell
tei i :uv has returned home after
. Sjusit.t trip to Washington. D *
ivii:■ Mary .VI Rogers and moth
s. i. Mrs Creasy Taylor of 317 Wf'J
Car.non street, have returned home
aftei visiting relative: and Trie,Ms
m Wsshington. D i... Faltirncre.
t Aid Pc, . New Jcr-ey. New Mu....
:. and Canada
Mrs. Agnes Tyson of 6 l ee surer
wa out ol the cAy rcet-iitiy t.:
1 tending the funerai Ot !if i cousin,
Curry fan is. in Sanford
i- Mias Mary Dixon ol 19 Sin tn
ii Plaza left for New York io visit
' her mothei and aunt.
.1 All friends of Mr and Mrs Jas.
- Phillips are in deep sympathy with
i. them in the loss of Mr Phillips-*
j uncle. Curry Farris of Sanford
j Mice Evelyn Wesiey of 10 Ashe
terrace tia?: beer, ill and confined
to her home fur several days, but
Is reported improved.
'lll 10 i L'i N'l/vN
BIOGRAPHY John Hope
whose tile story as president ol
Atlanta University and a notabh
figure in education hi tile south
has just been written by itutgely
Torrence arid pubh-tied by Viae
Aliilan t ompany i.-vNPi
Tm^iooFi:H."Vnv!-:
By Th® HiZV, G. L. CHEEK
On JVLtv 20, 1948 50 Veteran-,
of the Fuquay Sp: mys School vi
cinity ■ «-t a w'otwWlul example
ami csta' lislied a litn foundation,
tinuugh the in aarii/.ation of u Ci.
dit Union thai will provide oppor
tunity's and t-iH't, iagi ttu lain
ilii.. of 'mm community to Ut
► elop thrift habits.
Since the organization ot this
Ci edit Union 24 residents of the
community have ioiru-d this thi iff
move cm. 'il winch was e • ~rht-act
it by tin veterans’ class ot the
i- uein.i Sbi ngs Cold td High
School. Although the organization
is young, it has made 4 loans 311.1
has tota.i assets to date of $500.00.
It the credit union at Fuqua-
Springs develops with the jarne
aniounr o. ; speed that other cu
dit unions have developed
throughout North Carolina, with
in afc years it will hare touch
ed practically every family in
tile county, providing foi these
families added purchasing power
and economic security, which
will be a protection for mem in
time: of sickness or death; and
also be ai. aid in purchasing farm
cquiprnc rt home furnishing-:,
and m the purchasing ot new
homes or farms.
The Fanner-., and Veterans Cre
dit Union ot Fuquav Springs is
a member of the North Carolina
Council of Credit Union.
The officers ot the credit un-;
: icn ar .- Geo: ge T. Grigsby, presi
dent: Elmo Thorpe, vice presi
dent, W. C. Evans, secretary
treasurer; Eldridge Brower, rc
-1 cording secietary.
Directors rue: Dr. j. B. Davis,
William Burton. Joseph Rogers
and James A, Speed.
Supers rung committee: L T.
, Brown, Hazel Lee and L. M. Bur
ton *
Credit committee: Roney *%urt,
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DIDTUC
tS.I Iv 1 I lO ;
Bitth cei tit*x*atc:> tor babies \
bom to tin following couplc-r i
were tvyister*.d in tne offices ot]
die W ilie county hs-uit!-. ih.-pai t - ,
uitfU tin. past week
Mu'ij .o; E; .;; j- -1 and .Mr: Au- !
drey Whitt J 323 Cum
berland -itreet ~ son. Joseph Raul, !
July 29 it. SI. Amies hospital. 1
Ge .-1 Ar- (!hu;i> y and Mrs. Jose- j
phme hird.-.all Chaney, 60S Hast :
Eden.oii -tieet, .1 Uliughit-r, Bar
bara Claudette, July 31 at St. Ag
nes Hospital
Wiilii Humphrey Guidon Jr., I
and Mrs Edith Sands Gordon,
1420 E. Juries street a son, Wil j
in Humphrey. 11, August 1 at St.
Agrie- Hospital
Cnarier ilaii is and Mis. Clara!
De bnam Han is 7 N S wain stree\ •
a son, Charles Rome-, i, August 3.;
at St, Aerie . Hospital.
fain/a Durm and sl, Plot once ]
Hu i] Du - Root:- l, Gamer, a
t baby son. Lanza. Jr. August 4 at {
St. Avne. || pita: ;
B'manuel Allen mi.t Mrs, Betsy 1
fyson Alien, 11 ot; H jh . ,■;t Street, j
a so.l, Anthony Wayde, August •) I
a* St. Avne' Hospital.
Willie Elk- 1 by and Vh - Gladys !
Shepard Ellerbv. 1103 Mark St., j
.! bah.y girl, Jacqueline, Align ’
5 .it St Ague.-: Hospital.
Archie William.s and Me Nora
Join.- Williams, 120 Smithfield
St , , sun Alfonso, August Bth
at St Aeries Hospital.
Wilbert Hookei and Mis, Ai ililt'
gni, M;u v Frances August 20 at
Cotton Hooker, Carv. hi..u!i 1, a,
Si .Agnes Hospital.
Willie Wihcn ,Jr and Mrs.-
Maxine Gooae- Wilson. 2 Lincoln
Terrai-- .. so., Wiffie Wfison. H,
August tO -r Sr Agnes Hospital.
WdiEun 1 in..! ~ i Mp:. Hat
ne Weldon Thorpe, 420 Watson
.street, a baby son. William Mar
shall, August 11 at St. -Agnes Hos
pital. i % |
Walter S. Gregory and Mrs
; Margie young Gregory, y O 2
: Smithfield street', a baby daugh- |
ter. Olivia, August 12 at St Agnes ;
Hospital.
CARRIAGES
Licenses to marry were issued i
; to tiic 1 ilowing couples during ,
the past week, according to rec- |
oids of Hunter Ellington, Wake \
County registrar of deeds:
Oti. Wright, 226 E Davie St.,
and Miss Jessie Mae Williams
716 O.ik'.vcoa avenue, August i7.
:.i >ses Massenburg and Miss
Katie Bazzell both ot Wake For-]!
est. .August 18.
Edward Hail. Jr., -net Miss Lo
1 nne Williams both of Raleigh, I
August 18.
80,.be Nunn cf Raleigh and i
Ernest Booker, J. C Hayes
Professes D. A. Thomas Is prin
cipal of the school
y •
;
(ONIKM W INN Mt I'ictur
«.,! abuve is Haul Herman Hardy,
mui ui Mrs. Jennie Ervin ut 33
Hiajju ,Street, one of the winneis
in a |»u|J«luntv contest sponsoi
( -ii by -.he Intermediate I’sliei
Hoard ol the Fayet'eville Strut
( hurili recently Other contest
ants were ifubv HrLirell. Baby
stoier ami Hativ Glenn
Miss L'sthei tinssi'jn ol FUltigtt.
Route t. A\iyust i;>
Hai .tv Lee laborr, iO4 ws-ir
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Service
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And wh:; : meal it will be—
seasoned exactly right, and
every dish boasting a real
home-cocked flavor.
B & H CAFE
411 S, BLOUNT ST.
Hunter Brothers
Ear Quick Services For
FANCY GROCERIES
AND WOOD
DIAL
9393 or 3- 1998
AND
“Never Worry, We Are
On <Jur Way"
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FURNITURE STOVES
REFRIGERATORS
TOOLS RADIOS
83’/ S. Wilmington St.
Phon* 2*2327
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Home
Furnishers
We cen furnish any room in
your home from toe living
room to the kitchen. See us
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W. E. COOPER
! FURNITURE CO.
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WEEK ENDING hA 1 UKi>AY. ALE-SI as, EOF
til A TIIS & FI) IN KK A LIS
Funeral service tor Mrs. Jabrn
thu Burnette. Knightdale, Rout" i
1, wh.l died an Saturday, August
14, was held at the Rolesvillt
Baptist Church in Wake County
on Tuesday of last week and foi
lower bv interment in Holest ill ;
cemetery
Fur l riles for .'/o’wuui. Dunn of ;
Meuse Route 1, who died on Mon ,
dav of last week we; I- conducted
irom the Mt Pleasant Chura.j
Wed'.iesdav of iatit week and fol
lowed by interment in the chureh
< < tr,< tc.\ The Rev, Heath offi
ciaf.nl at the .-t-rviCt
Funeral so.-vices for Mrs. Eliza
belli Cooley of 104 Branch street,
who died on Monday of last wee-1,
were held at the Favettevilk 1
Street Baptist Church Sunday
with tli Rev. Mitchell officiating
and Thieved by interment in the
Hillerest cemetery.
Fu.iernl sc vice for Miss Flo
rence Sm liina ot 914 K Davie
street wm died on Thursday of
last week was held at the Light
; net Funeiyd Home Chapel on Sat
urdav of last we*. k with the Rev.
; Alston ofiiciating. Interment was
Tin Hilk-iest cemetery,
j Final rites for William Spivey
I who die-1 on Sunday ot last week
j were conducted from the Mew
I ; Bethel C'hn. tum Church in Wake
County Tilm'.day of last week
: ingt-.m :.tr< .t, and Miss Mary
• Smith 1203 Bloudworth street.
1 August 2i.
Dial 5567 for;
COAL
FUEL OIL
KEROSENE j
CORRELL
COAL & OIL CO.
JOE S. CORRELL, Owner
DIAL 5567
307 North West
, j
A Lifetimes in Flames
j Why take chances on burning
i up a lifetime's effort in a single
terrifying hour whs.s it's so
simple and inexpeusive to pro
tect yourself against day possi
ble mishap. Your home and
family can be absolutely pro
. tected from ANY disaster at
1 bui a few pennies a day. W* it
show you how.
SEE YOUR LOCAL AGENT
BANKERS FIRE INS. CO. j
1 DURHAM. N. C,
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1i7,25 ELECTRIC HEATER and FAN COMBINATION
SPECIAL 12 US
TRADE-IN SALE
On Electric Irons Receive from $1 OU u.u cn your old irons
Now In Shock • Electric Water Healers, Vacuum
Cleaners and Many Other Hard-to-get Items
Taylor Radio and. Electrical Co,
SALES & SERVICE
224 E. Martin St. Claud Tay Ist. Mgr. Phone 2 3950
ugh, HAULING HEAVY
LOCAL and LONG DISTANCE
COURTEOUS PROMPT EFFICIENT
CALL
UMSTEAD Transfer Co.
502 S. Dawson St,
Dial §478 * 0212 Ed. Uuiteaii, Mgr.
. j Thanks!!
': PROM
THE BOTTOM
OF OUR
C y «,/ HEARTS
(jQrJtA'
v.d To Our Patron
j ~ and
! Friends
| FOR THE HEARTY V ELCOME
GIVEN US UPON THE FORMAL
OPENING OF
i ‘
Haywood’s Soda Shop
417 S. Blood worth £l,
, JULIUS HAYWOOD, P.'cp,
.and tollowea dv uueiiiu.'iu ui m-.
I <; It urc la cum vtu r y
Fun-, r.tl service far Ms..s Bc.-xte
Faucette wh > died on Mondav ut
Cast week w:s conducted at thu
jijavesidu at Mt. Hope cemetery
where ‘erment was made on
! Frida v «,! last we Hi.
Funeral M-ri-Hi lei Mim ij'loru
: ivlackdin v.ho died en liiut-'vtav t> ( ,
last week wa; conducted Banda»
i Toni the Manley Street Christian
Chureh ]nt.imeet was in Mi.
Hope cemetery
Tobacco importing countries of
; Uu- world have u deeidtd prefei
mice tor leal crown in the United
States This prefei t-iK * was iucreas
d during World Wai II by the chs
| iribution abroad of American-type
cigarettes and other tobacco pro
liucts containing Uinti d Sates leaf.
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MIJS C COMPANY
AH I HI H DOVE, Prop.
Automatic
I Phonographs
Rented Fa; Special Occasion*
rtic ins tilled on ''’ommlssloa
Basis
SfcI.FCT HEf'OHDt
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