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> URGED AT STATE
SAPTISTS' MEETING
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B the Ih iiduit's annual miv
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!■ i y aoo •••■ n«’fs that
■' • -i!it ■ n is in a he althy con
' >■ 0,1.1 :!•«-: glorious future.’'
'■ nii'il t.;I i• • i!f.‘. support to
• ' l.hoviT. 1 v state and foreign I
"■ d ok; i.>xftird Orphanage
; '--viousiv. Eacr utiv<- Secretary
-■ 1 ' ; nerr!! :i ported receipt.-;
'■ •oi;i• ■ t oT Si-av University. \
'<■ t i'i ' ;il year of 5122,530.08 !
<’• i t"! eign mission and ' ■
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' 'id Notices
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’5 • "d-. q■ \d li i:k d j>. Ex^cutr\x of j
• Estate rtf J'A-se W Wright, late]
-■•R.D ; h. North Carolina. this u; j
having vka’ini j
<l -• t iii ! 7■ 11 *<t ill hlf . v •’ j
! > ti.ibi! t :;em to the Ulidt'T D. ijt o I
D weniuer 2?. 1H49. ■
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; i r • • ■ .-it-i rotate wiil i
••; •' ! e payment to me.
- M,t' Laid uay of Nov. 1948 j
ERNESTINE H WHIG}Li'. ;
i : . E- u .op Aveiiuo Exocutix oi l
O'.*/- vUi.-it. it} .]ti’h.A W Wright
NO. :>? Dor. 4- IL 18 25.
LCvIiXiSTR/V iOH s NOTH, i
-A- . oi . .‘Siud a ; iVimim ti a- •
A. o : :■*. e ftot- Os Cot t V J >..'V>c:. •
. * i Witrifc- C\'Unt> this is to Dotl- j
od p ! rveiny, having ckum-, i
c'-t. tc: of Cati-iey Jon,: dc-i
•• ■■'!. , ibii ti;em to the ua- ;
••riipncd un or before February 6
«i.tit .i" tin notice wilt be pleaded j
i ir.,l o! tliefv icecv«?r.v. Ail 'per-i
a: .hutbicu to firs id estnte will!
. '*. ■, . 1., muncdiatt payment
'iim hit >d day of Match 19‘it; :
A1 I . >; t- JONES
5a i Csfcit Mai tiu Sit Ct-i
AimsiAt uat or o r tne estate
1,1 ji.'-tv JOTifc,..
IN THE SJPEt ’OR COUfIY
. .OTICE
NsMrJ.ii < ARGUN A
V/ KK i ' i XT Y
A IS,!,;AM BUNCH, PUuntitf
;.’AII ft 1E HI NCH, !V. ft. darn.
I til. DFI iINi>AN i 1 ; ri e
Barn ip pibinrU therein, lo uo
-1U,,, abf.oliitc divorce on the
eornmi-i’K.-ou in tic. Superior Court
■ Wake Ceninty, by William
Burn n. piaintit.i tlieor.in, to ob
tmn on ah oiute dlvorec on th,-
j'..,.tt.d; ■■ two years Separation,
l. 1 ■v j a d in the. Statues of,
IVii’i. i. ohna, piamtiff and de
naviiip l.wd separate and
mao! A.r more than two years!
•i* • :,.-eeedir«* the institution 1
aetioo. and that said defen* i
m will furtb'-i take notice mat
Me ii: required to appear at the •
lii, > ui th|• Co- > k ot the Su
Court of Wake County,
IW.iti, I ..,i u!iria, m the Coul'tlious,
h h, on 11 i 2!) day oi No* i
v* mb* . It'Hti, ot within twenty •
■ th«-n after and onswer or .
dornui to the complaint in said :
action, or th* plaint if ff will apply i
to the court for the relief de
manded in said complaint.
The. 26 day ot. October, 1948. |
Oct lid, Nov 6. 13, 20, 1948;.
Su,'.* Alien, Assistant Clerk, Wale*
County Superior Court
He; man L Taylor, Attomc-y
'ufE hi ft.HlOfi » OCRT
'h.'llTH CAROi..INA
WAKE COUNTY
MWi »
T •' 'TI LE H. SMELUF.. Daintilf
PA T ' T SRTE'f.UE, Defendant
THE DEFENDANT. If.nl Smellie |
will take notice that an action en-j
Hicf! i, :d#*,v<> ha* tjejen coriinienc- ;
cd ir, >hc t- iiperior Court ot Wake
f. v'.ni.':i y t,’ !; 1 airi an absolute di- :
veep on tie" fre undj of two years'
yepaiation. provided in the St..- \
lut-'; of n .rth Carolina, plaintiff i
end defendant bavin* lived sep j
arate and apart for more than two j
years nr«i precedin gthe institu* ]
ti'-.e of it.;- notion; and that, sai.-i j
de fondant will furl lior take noikri i
that he ir required to appear at the!
off-;.-, of tin* Oleik of the Superior;
Court ot Wat, County. North Car
olina, in ttie Courthouse in Raleigh,
on the 29th day of November 1948. j
or within twenty days thereafter
nnd answer oi demur to the cirn
p! nil it. in said action or the plain
tiff will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in said complaint
This 23rd day of October. 1948
SARA ALLEN, Assistant
Clerk, Superior Court, Wake
County
HERMAN L TAYLOR, A tty. j
pet 30-XfvV. 6. 13, 20, j
i iis>h*.-u, a.- a climax of the mammoth
1 meeting A campaign Is bein,.;
i.iiinchfcd to raise $50,000.00 towards
the proposed $175,000.00 build os.
land is scheduled to end with the
| observ 'mce
Di P A Bishop. Rich Square,
Mvns reelected president of the con
! vention, and Drs. W. H. Davidson,
! Charlotte; D. C. Gore, Whltevilie.
; and J A. Nirnmo, Greenville,
; were retained as vice presidents.
! Other officers are: the Rev. W.
j M. Wyatt, Salisbury, recordjnn sec*
; retary; Dr, B. K. Mason, Charlotte
i assistant recording secretary; the
j Rev. D. L. Simon, Powcsllsvili*.
j treasurer; and the Rev. O L. Slier
; ril executive secretary.
; Fleeted to the executive com
mute of the organization were.
; Dr. O S Bullock, Raleigh, chair
: man; the Rev R W Underwood.
| Rocky Mount. Di. J. T Hairston
Greensboro: Vi i Vuda sVlcMillaii
I'nrboro; the Rev R. ivl Pitti.
vViiisuin-Salero- the Rev J. K.
Wertz. Charlotte, Dr. W. M. War
. lies. Danville V;* Di. T 11 Dwell*;
; Fayetteville, the Rev .1 H. R M f '-
: day, Eliza! * ill city E M Both r
i WiJininylon: Th* Rev. W. I Mu
■ a;. Rocky Mnur.f Ds R p. D.niie!
: Raleigh; the isev David R. H*-ic.-
j ir > Winston-Sairin J l Hav.ki :.
I Durham; the Rev K Irvins’ Boon l '
j Wilmington; the Rev It J David
i, Charlult* Mia Ellen S ,\i.
inn, Raid.L>h ;: Mi'Newk,
j »{*bill the fife-. D H Hait Dtu
!.'las'ii In G W vV.likin' Halt: ’.a
| and ih- Rev W White A -IK
| vilie.
Among highnyijt* i the sesiein
.- -. .lac ol;o i . an* eoi Siiav. Nig. a
; vv ed net day, featuring a leivnoi; irv
j Fresidtpt R P Daniel amt f'oi
- gi. Missions' Licit Tnuri.day *t
i which time Di Wendell C Some,
I vide, executive secret sly of th*
| Lott Carry L.-.eign Mission Con
j vention USA, j.poke
Other . p*-.ik* i iiiclutii-d 11,,.
iRt v C E. Griffin, pastoi of th*
| Flirt (\ilvary Btiptist Church. No:-
; in';, v.i T J* Hers, p>. "iddetb < I
; tin Kxc* Imioi Union, Gaston,s: th<
| Rev C W. Andc-rson, patsui *■!
! ti,*- United instituliona) Uatitis
' Chureti. Gi'ei-nsboro; il C Gan
I j,: incipa! of the Jordan SclU :
; Hi, f; School Burlington; the R< v
■ M Vv Moiaan. pas.tor of the First
1 African Baptist Crutch, Goldsboro
il iiamiii, supet intender.: *-i
: the Oxford Orphanage. Dr. W Di
: Win ner, Dan vilie. Va.; W H
j Quarles:, president of the State Lay
j men’s League; Leslx- McLendon
I YMCA secretaiy, Winston-Salem
: C F Graves, Elizabeth City; the
Rev. J B. Hitmpi.uA Cliariotn.
1 th*' Rev. C E McLestvr. Durham
:su Rev C A Chick FayetLviL
j the Ret G. W Todd, Goldsb„r*.
Lh J Ht.nr> Carpent* i, t-xecuisv.
!->ci et .ti v p; i .’,* :,taut Council ui
; Chuivlit and Misscion Federation
she R-'V. J C Graham, Diuhaiii,
j tue Hi-v. A .)nekton Ryans Cha.-
Cot;., the Hev deny Drayton
; WiiiGiMi-Siden.' tii;e Rtv. t' R. Ed
: tviiiiis. Was!':: rig ton; L -VI Butler
Wilmington and ,f T Hawkin'
i Dm hc.ni
DEATHS X 11 NKKAI.S
Final rites for Rober t Harrir j
:who died on Sunday of last week 1
were conducted from the Younr - j
viile Baptist Church at Young,sviile
on Thursday ot last w«-ek and fol- ,
; lowed by interment in the Youngs
vilit- cemetery.
Final rites for William Beal ol
■ lift West Peace Street who died on
Sunday ot last week were conduct- 1
id from the Lightner Funeral Home
Chapel *«t Tuesday of last week
and followed by interment in the
| Hillcrest Cemetery. Mr Beal died
: in the St- Agnes Hospital.
Funeral service for Miss Lottie:
; Perry of da’p who died
on Saturday November C. was Retd
at the Riley Hill Church and foi*
! lowed by interment in the Ri’ej
1 iii t> me’.eiy un Wedneiday of lari
i week Sin- died m the St Agnes
Hospital.
Funeral service for Mrs. Mary
: Alston Hill who died on Saturday,
Novembei 6 was neld Tuesday ol
I last week at the Davie Street Pres*
i by tori an Church and folio v/ed by
uiU-rment in the Ml Hope Cfinc
•Uu v The Rev. C A Kearns pas
tor ol Davit Street Church, offi
,
v kited at the service
Piinnal rei s-i. *• (or Mr- Mary
• Eliza .lones who died on Thursday
Ne.ve I'jibei 4- at her ho:o in Wo;..
County washeld Thursday of last
\v es at the Wako (.’-hatiei Chureii
. jtii the Rev .1 W. Jon*' ..ffick'r
• Interment wav made in the;
.‘hureii cemetery.
Fli at rite: foi Mi ; pearl Jones
who died in Baltimore. Md. on
Saturday, Novembei 6 were con
ducted from the Ebenezer Method-!
Cl'iureh in Johnston ifounty on
SVrtdneiday of iast week and fol
i.i.vi-d b> interment in Out church
cemetery
Final nt.?K for M Set. Henry S.
I Perron. World War 11 overseas
veteran, were eonducted at the Na
I UonaJ Cemetery here un Wecln m
-.t;*y of lust wt-k and followed by
; iniwment In thv cemetery. M. Egt.
; Person war; the son of Mrs. Emily
.) Perron of Kranklmton.
Funeral service for Godfrey
iohns who died In New York on
Thursday. November 4 was held
it the Springfield Church in Wake
County and followed by burial in
fb“ church cemetery.
Final rites for Tee 5 Clarence '
Wall, husband ot Mrs. Inez H Wall
ol Durham, were conducted ir: the
National Cemetery here Wednes
day Os last week and followed by '
interment in the cemeter*.
Funeral service for Andrew
# Holding Glass Permits Safer Driving t
PITTSBURGH - Eliminatim; the danger of driving with in
adequate rear virion, a full s ized tear window is featured in one of
the new Hud •••■n conv>. rtiiiU•■. This safety feature is made possibi#
by folding pi* (h-veh.fr'i by the Pittsburgh Plate i.i!»: s company,
Foi rncii of a- ? ■ «iai plate rhr pi . die Mindwich, the glass folds like
an p. coniinu .n t , mijiuu u-i n. I, plastic joint cornuctiuti, when
the top u low- - i
Ruvailv Is Thrilled
Uv Dancing! fhio
J A
LONDON —Engiund’s kinn and
I queen cheered tlu Nicholas Bi ■*
tin is, oii, of tin ■'< !■>• in th* 0,,,-.
: inand peri’ornu'ri*" ~t the Balladi
in rhc;,tri. Miindi,', night
Uv i i I'MTOOO !)l ‘ i .'!■ 1i • '! U';,‘!ii [a
kei.-i lor tht• [>«-i:or;?i-.‘t bii’ tlu
thoaU't vicoontiM' i'i::!- ml v 1U;0 ! *
The top pVit't- w-r s?3*l poi o
and o 1.0-'rd of $:>«; 000 % •
loi Uj? j V:a i c ! y All i.-.t-- 10 •*: ,i •
ifnt }• and. dhf iiiov/ wav thr» v
i tioius long
; i iit'kf.-; v/ho vtir-d iij. Sunday ot In* t
i o ot'K v. <v rUd Mod ay t,<i last ivcti.
jii.oni the Hah f h Fn)u-r:i\
‘On apt■ i wi*b th* Hev J, W J• •o♦ .
• Of!if i:Ult; y a;;d 1 1 ii * t* i by \i l l *■;
OtOnt lii tht ihilcrf CVfimU i;.
! Final J’J{( • 1'..: V, j, i i;iiM .*• J-iii'
'Who Clifd Vtt 1 1 ; Mil!:: ,;t 414 j.Ot
i Stroll wfi'"ti roijdut.dccl ls ; un Va
:Go 0 d S nii aa r 1 1 1\ n Chu* r*j Si.mOa
; and foU;\vc*d uy >stt*> fiK lsl in ')u
church ccmeu-ry
Funeral *. : -erv u:o foi: Hit s-i on
i Matt who died on Fi iday -o' •: *- j
| week in the So A ti-.-; Ho£»pit«i a*
’ conducted ' -and: ;, ti -in tlic J o ni
;pe 1 Level i'htt-Gji a ;:!i The R».v% .i
: A. ]• oi be*-. ■ •ffu i.iUry and followed
ib > 1 ): i i-i meat rn Ui c c! *a i ct•i -• e
I'Co c-t T-i) iii f'uiot/i a!iiyah.>!'
« weed raves 1 »n:o.ina ? nuan-aiu*
: .M'UWi-i :. ill It a: i l :\r iTiiiiitri i duiiiai'r.
i a year.
rOUSACiiGi LVlEiri HERE. . .
This is the KOi A,! .< a ,',n c( lho year . . . the lime when cot
sages, cuntnlMit* •;*> much to that twliiuj ut beiriq completely
":.tt" for every occat tun. We pie prepared to c&ier to you* cor
sage needs. Capable and ait icient work r'- are well versed in
the art ol (. osage making. Prompt delivery serve:*- ,»vdilabl«
to i oil*; ;e; ,:,.id residC'iic* ■ , Give U:. a call today.
TURNER’S FLORIST
A. J. TURNER, PROP.
Located In The Cooper Building;
COR. CABARRUS Hr BLOOD WO HTH STS.
TELEPHONE 3 £092
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HAI. POMADE .Vl TtW
Used by lovely, popular i
women for over 40 years. V ’*<flO j $
You, too, can have soft, , * ir f* %J,
glorious hair the EXEIENTO ! i
way Delicately perfumed for ' ••■V 1 !?' r
•added glamour. %t Sjj (
Other IXtIfNTO feeouty Aid*
• Cjlosiimt and Presimg Oil
*> o dain’y deodorant 6* sure- and get th« original m
• BU-arh Cream, loi bfightei ife.„ the yellow cars. Only 25c, a! oil
drug slo*si
t.lh! JOINS DVD IN
OMAHA i,AW i lliM
• O Ivl AHA. Neb 'AND: Mu.
i. s i v1 h Davis Pittman, who wa>
i iit! \ ac iTlltt'-d to ni; i*’l:*.■** fic
’ Urn Nebraska rial.- bar t»:u
i'i::. Si (libs. At: > Cbarle- I-
D.e. . ii; tht io; i)!..'tioo Ilf :i is .
, iiiiti rie j, i, i j 11 ; ** i ’"lip '■'! Ds si: and
t-iltn. ~. I • of tie lev. such Lit,.
i i .o„t .i;.ugthi-i c.onibinations
I no.-, o. pai'ticnlui'iy among He
..It- Pittman », native' of Oniaba
..; . 1,, . had ill ant Sehe.i.iStiC
;,i .: iieiioi gi .iduaie oi
if ~;, -). ,rt in-re received
~ lies s-i sem ji, to th*- l ini -
ve’.-.ij-y ~i \n.),a.a wtier* -it. did
A. art ol tit; unde; aiad a ate work
...he was >•'- th. liuhKH I ..il it
i s , i 1 ;il : i! Is ts-!, s 1 c
■ * in t: 1 and ini' iav% degrtes.
he vv.'... is,sen lav. . hool princess
I. llie (h sii.'iiitss'i junioi 1 and rcoioi
llllfim Hus year,
■setiv, civic wurl; Mis. Pitt
: 1),..:,. mother of .■ small daughter, i*
int'.bc: *•! tlu vein i and seen--
y of Si piiiilip's Episcopal
( ; in, o pud an offieor m Delta Ep
■liiii, *. ;I ; Gl Afv A iiCi iaditi
hs tiecii practicing attorney m
Omaha t* • i i.-'kii;- years.
l Ut!» *>l lii.GKs
'li;, 1 amity ot At: ‘.Vsi.'ie Milb-r,
,1: acknov.Ldgt- with pieatiuil .p
pi i-cialieii yum kind i. xpressiuns of
.empathy d'urire theii beir-avr-
rilE CAiiOLtNIAN
MARRIAGES
T .lenses to marry were issued to j 1
! the following couples during the |
: j.iust, vvtA'.'k, according to record,- of 1
Hi inter Ellington, Woke County
\ registi :u of deed!:,
Ennius M. Jones, 823 East Martin ;
i Street, and Miss Ruth Harris liu- '
i leifh. Novembet 6.
j Charles B. Mel V-nald, Holly ■
Spi tugs, arid Miss Martha Moore •
, Fm.juny Springs. Novembt r tj.
I Frank Merritt, Jr„ and Miss
Wired Graham, both of Zebiiion, 1
Route 2. November 6.
Waller McKinley Rivers, 410 I,*
| Street arid Miss Sylvia Worth 422 1
; South Bloodv/'ji th Street, Nov. 10 ;
j Delfna B Hall and Miss Marie 1
1 Everett, both of Raleigh Novein- i
ber 12.
Waica E Mitchell and Miss Mary j
Man gum both us Zebulon, Route .1 !
N'uverfibti 12.
BIRTHS
i Birth certificates for babies born |
■to the following couple:’ were reg- j
• istemf m the offices «»£ the Wake
| County health department during!
jibe past week
Frank Sapp and Mrs Mary Tti |
;re 11 Sapp. 412 S. Swain Street, a j
-ill Jessie Burnell November 2
William Henry Goodrum and j
• Mrs. Cecilia Lawrence Goodrum j
”08 Man ley Street, a son, William |
Lawrence, November J in McCau |
■ Icy Hospital
Robert Livingstone Monroe. Jt. i
and Mrs. Ruth Raynor Momoe, 1101 j
.Sv.ei!,ii Lvi'ii.ll Street. .< Miii Hevkl
lev .ii/ed one NeVemim j in Mr i
Cauley Hospital
Letov Hinton and Mrs. Viola;
ißrown Hinton. 7i9 Cumberland j
1 Street a girl. Brenda Joyce. No- j
vc.incei j, in McCauley Hospital \
Lebrcn Crump and Mrs. Nannie j
; Robinson Crump 'h! f imd<‘ n i
■Street a baby son, Charles. No-I
, vembej 9.
t 'iaience Smith ami .Mr- Susie !
■ Wilburn- Smith Young,vvilb Route j
~ a g.il. Katie Ruth Novembet 3 f
\ Elea And A Protest
(JOHN HENRIK CLARKE}
For ANP
1 heard Africa cry , j
Btuiimj the burden of these year-: |
1 viid ript hear a single s igii
And no one wiped her tears,
l saw Africa bleed
i hey i oliLed her of hei best
And no one saw "the need.
To wipe the blood from ire.
breast.
HINTS TO THE
HOMEMAKERS
KITH t lit hi.NT
State Home DenHiiistra.ion Agent
Do you eat the same rhir.gr loi ■
breakfast each morning, buy th
; amc- cuts oi meat each week Let r
>.et out of that rntnu-piawrung rut
and use some of the other good j
icons. Too often we build our meals !
<-ai of vital h in the pantry ratltei
than building our pantry out oi
hwat should be in out meals
I low many different vegetables I
.have you eaten during the past
week? Vegetables vary greatly in
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their food value and in the min
erals and vitamins they contain.
Let'.-, not stick, to three or four
“old stand-bys' but try some new
ones on "Ur menus
Many of the vegetables tom a
toes, cabbage, car r<» -• tin mpv
turnip greens, cauliflov. <-i risen
peppers oeets and spinach-- which
we ordinarily e .ole rould be eaten
raw to give variety and to po
serve more of the food v due
Try a salad made >f rev cab
butjp and raw spinach ui othei
greens, with good Frc.i b dressing
poured over it. Have you >ried rav.
cauliflower dipped in cr- am < .ecsc‘*
Raw green pepper’ sir h.-s, turnip,
parsnip and carrot sticks and curls,
cauliflower flowerlets, and cab
bage wedges make crunchy, inter
esting relish combination.-, arid add
test as well as food value to any
| meal
Fortunately must Inks are wash
able A good sudsing in watin wat
er and soap is all that's necesstny
ito remove ink. tain trout clothing
) lor .* Satisfyiny Snack
Eat A
From *
PETE and MIKE
Cor, Cabarrus & Dawson Sts.
:-«*.. wan.vs arses*
Williams Lle< trirai
Service
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1202 E, Martin St.
H, FL WILLIAMS, Prop.
CAPITAL CAB OX
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HOME
And whef 2 meal it will be—
seasoned exactly right, and
every dish boasting a real
hcme-coeked tlavor,
B & If CAFE
411 S BLOUNT ST.
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HAYWOOD’S
SODA SHOP
‘Raleigh's Newest Soda Shop"
• TASTY SANDWICHED
• FOUNTAIN SODAS
• ICE CREAM
• CIGARS. CIGARETTES
• COSMETICS
» PERIODICALS
JULIUS HAYWOOD Prop.
417 S. Blood worth St.
VIvLK ENDING SA:TUJ.it)A \ , XOVhMLLSi DO, 101
Occa"ionally, howr-vir. you may
have to apply vinegar or lemon
juice. If clothes are white beach
remaining stains with hydrogen
■ oxide. With colored clothes
ponge clothe ■; with Warm glycerin
and le it,•.!•■,d fin 30 minutes Rin:r
welt.
Mat candy stains will wash
right nut. Chocnjnn , the only out
that is a little dilticut. to remove
\t! washing the garment in uk
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315 FAYETTEVILLE St.
WAKE
SALVAGE CO.
We Buy efcd B*ll BiMtlhN
of Valti*
FURNITURE - STOVES
REFRIGERATORS
TOOLS - RADIOS
83J S„ Wilmington Si.
Fhoa* 2 2327
D
Hunter Brothers
For Quick Services For
FANCY GROCERIES
ANP WOOD
DIAE
9393 or 3*1998
AND
“Never Worry, We Are
On Our Way”
Dial 5567 for:
COAL
—FUEL OIL
—KEROSENE
CORRELL
COAL & OIL CO.
JOE S. CORRELL, Owner
DIAL 5507
307 North West
Finance or Borrow
On Your Car
through the
DILLON MOTOR FINANCE CO.
122 E. Davie Street Phone 3 3231
w WHY WORRY!
<{OU ABOUT CASH
i*““ fM M|M USE OUR EASY
WifiVl budget plan
A Small Down Payment Allows You To Choose
From Many Useful Items ■— And You Can Enjoy
Then- While Paying On Your Terms,
TIRE SALKS
LIGHT HAULING HEAVY
LOCAL and LONG DISTANCE
COURTEOUS PROMPT EFFICIENT
CALL
UMSTEAD Transfer Co.
502 S. Dawson St.
Dial 9478 - 9212 Ed. Uraste&d, Mgr.
$*7.25 ELECTRIC HEATER and FAN COMBINATION
SPECIAL 12.95
TRADE -IN SALE
On Electric Irens Receive from SI.OO up on your old iron*
Now In Sttock - Electric Water Heaters, Vacuum
Cleaners and Many Other Hard-to-get Item#
Taylor Radio and Electrical Co,
SALES 8c SERVICE
224 E, Martin St Claud Taylor Mgr. Phone 2-335 C
, warn watt':;, use hydrgen perewde
j L> remove flit- balance of die stain.
1 Rinse well. If the -Jain is on a tout
■or jacket that can't be washed,
j sponge with carbon tetrachloride
unmun—J*..**—
Paulcc Radio
Service
“For Lasting Repairs"
I 40E GLIiNWOOI) WEN IF f
Dial 3-3123
j We Lick up and Deliver *
Complete r
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Furnishers fjj§ik*
We can furnish any room in
| your home from the living
j room to the kitehtn, See us
first.
W. E. COOPER
FURNITURE CO.
121 X. Martin Si.
A Lifetime in Fi»m««
Why take chances on bumtag
up a lifetime's effort in a aingW
terrifying hour wlttta it'* to
simple and inexpeusiv* to pro
tect yourself against any po«si<
bin mishap, Your home end
! family can be absolutely pro |
teciud from ANY disaster at
but a few pennies a day. We ll
show you how.
SEE YOUH LOCAL AGENT
HANKERS FIRE INS, CO,
j DURHAM, H. C. 1
MCS C (OAIPANY
ARTHUR DOVE, Prop.
Automatic
Phonographs
Rented Fov Special Occasions
and in-talU’d on Coaimfc&iou
Basis ■
SELECT KECOsnt ft
otrn specialty
Dial 3-2744 I
123 E. CABAft SUS ST.
    

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