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my note Into a gadfet every now and then and breath." Basal metabolism
tests, such as the on Mae to about to take, determine whether or not
food to being converted into sufficient energy to sustain normal health
by measuring the Intake of oxygen.. A popular personality in the re
earch laboratory of one of the first grade eanned dog food packers,
Mae helps to teat the quality of various types of canine diets. The equip,
men! Is exactly the same as that used for humans except for the im.
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NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
Under and by virtue of the au
thority conferred by Deed of Trust
executed by Wilbert Oastella Brod
gen and wife, Gladys F. Brodgen,
dated the 2nd day of May, 1947 and
reoorded In Book 431, page 403, in
the office of the Register of Deeds
for Duplin County, Jefferson E.
Owens, Trustee, will at twelve o'
clock Noon on Friday, July 2, 19
48 at the Courthouse door of Du
plin County in Kenansville, North
Carolina, sell at public auction for
cash to the highest bidder, the fol
lowing land, to wit:
In the Town or Falson, Duplin
County, North Carolina
Beginning at the intersection of
the Southern margin of Solomon.
Street and the Western margin of
Church Street, and runs along the
Western margin of Church Street
South 8 West 150 feet to an iron
stake: thence North 82 West 50
feet to a stake; thence North 8
East and parallel with Church
Street 150 feet to a stake on South
ern edge of Solomon Street; thence
along the Southern margin of Sol
omon Street South 82 East 50 feet
to the beginning, and being the
same lands as described in a deed
from Mary L. H. Williams to H. T.
Ray as recorded in Book 439, page
256, of the Duplin County Registry.
This sale is made on account of
default in payment of the indebt
edness secured by said Deed of
Trust.
This sale is made subject to
lien of all unpaid taxes and as
sessments, the payment of which
shall be assumed by the purchaser.
A five per cent (5) cash de
posit will be required of the high
est bidder at the sale.
This the 25th day of May, 1948.
Jefferson E. Owens,
Trustee.
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In The General County Court
North Carolina,
Duplin County.
R. C, RACKLEY
VS.
BEATRICE ELLIS RACKLEY
The above named defendant,
Beatrice Ellis Rackley, will take
notice that an action entitled as
above has been commenced in the
General County Court of Duplin
County, North Carolina, by the
plaintiff to secure an absolute di
vorce from the defendant upon the
grounds of two years separation;
and that the defendant will further
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Southerland Electric Co.
Warsaw, N. C.
Phone 270-1
All TypesOf. Wiring
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YOU WILL FIND IT AT THE
Warsaw
Farmers
Cooperative
Exchange
IN WARSAW
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SCREEN WIRE
UNICO SPRAYERS
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. CROTOLARIA SEED
CLAY PEAS
GARDEN TRACTOR
with 2 KP. motor
BABY CHICKS
F. C. X. FEEDS
V for all stock and fowl
WIRE FENCING
tNICO PAINTS.
take notice that she is required to
appear at the Office of the Clerk
of the Superior Court of Duplin
Cou. ty in the Courthouse In Ke
nansville, North Carolina, not later
than the 20th day of July, 1948,
and answt. or demur to the com
plaint In said action, or the plain
tiff will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in said complaint.
This the 17th day of May, 1948.
R. V. Wells, Clerk of
the Superior. Court.
W. E. Blake, Atty.
Burgaw, N. C.
6-ll-4t.
ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE
NORTH CAROLINA
DUPLIN COUNTY
Having qualified as administra
tor with th-s will enntxed of 'ha
estate of Mrs. Bettle Sprunt New-
kirk, deceased, 1 -j of Duplin
County, North Carolina, thto is to
notify all persons having claims
against the e tate of said deceased
to exhibit them to the undersigns .
at R. F. D. No. 1, Magnolia N. C.
on or before th" 7th day of May,
1949, or this notice wiH be j sded
in bar of their recovery. All per
sons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment.
This 4th da" of May, 1948.
L. W. Newklrk, Admini
strator C. T. A. of Mrs.
Bettie Sprunt' Newklrk.
6-11-Ct.
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FOR YOUR
GARDEN & FARM
NEEDS
TRADE WITH
FRED HARDY
IN KENANSVILLE
KINST0I1
AUTO AUCTION
EVERY WEDNESDAY
2:00 P. M.
Sell While Prices Ar .
Still High
ur car on the auction
block for only
ANYONE BUY
ANYONE SELL
SALE RAIN OR SHINE
i- convert your car Into cash"
Herbert Pafe
AUCTIONEER
Goldsboro Highway
Phone 4527
Job Of a fcr -Patrol
Inspector
Applications for the position of
Patrol Inspector (Trainee), paying
$3,021 a year, are being accepted
by the Executive Secretary, Board
of U. S. Civil Service Examiners,
Immigration and Naturalization
Service, Temporary Bldg. "X", 19th
and East Capitol Sts. Washington,
25, D. C.
To qualify for these positions,
applicants must pass a written test
and may be required to appear for
an oral interview relative to their
personal qualities for the job.. At
the end of one year' of satisfactory
service they will be promoted to
the position of Patrol Inspector pay
ing $3,397 a year. Age limits 21
35 (21 to 45 years for persons en
titled to veteran preference).
Interested persons, may secure
application forms and information
from Mr. Fred J. Baars, located at
Warsaw, N. C, or from Civil Ser
vice Commission, Washington 25,
D. C. Applications must be recei
ved before June 22, 1948.
Farmers Warned On
ing
"Lightning - nature's artillery -causes
37 of all farm fires," L.
F. Weeks, Duplin County Agent, as
serted today. Each year, he pointed
out, lightnnig destroys approxi
mately $20,000,000 worth of farm
property in the United States. It
takes the lives of 500 people, and
injures 1,300 others - and the lion's
share of these victims are farm
residents.
This is the picture - correct and
unexaggcrated. And a horrible pic
ture it is because the greater part
of these tragedies could be pre
vented. Lightning tends to strike the
highest point in the vicinity. This
may be a barn, tree, or a man work
ing in the field.
"A building adequately equipped
with lightning rods and properly
grounded affords the best protect
ion from lightning; and, of course,
all farms should be equipped with
an approved type of fire exting
uisher, which will not only put out
fires caused by lightning, but all
other types of fires also, is some
thing that no farmer should over
look.
If you are working in the field,
lie down in a low spot, away from
wire fences, trees, live stock, and
maehinery. Avoid seeking shelter
ATHLETES FOOT GERM
KILL IT IN ONE HOUR.
YOUR 35c BACK
If not pleased. The germ grows
DEEPLY. To kill It, you must
REACH it. Get TE-OL at any drug
at- A STRONG fungicide, made
with 90 alcohol, it PENETRATES.
Reaches More Germs.
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To The Citizens Of The
FIFTH COMMISSIONERS DISTRICT
My thanks and appreciation is hereby
expressed for the support and cooperation given
me during the past eight years.
I have endeavored to servo all of the citi
zens to the best, of my ability and pledge my
' full cooperation and support to my successor.
I am continuing in the tobacco warehouse
business and will appreciate your continued
patronage. -
Tyson Lanier.
WEST ABATTOIR
ON WARSAW-KENANS VILLE HIGHWAY
Bring your Cattle and Hogs to Us for Slaughter.
, We Meet All State Retirements. . :
under lone trees or small groves.
Wire fences and machinery rhould
also be ' avoided during electrical
storms as they may attract light
ning. The National Safety Coun
cil points out that protection can
be provided for livestock by the
grounding of wire fences every 100
yards. It should be remembered
that metal roof buildings afford no
protection from lightning unless
they are adequately grounded.
Southern Farm
Southern cattle sold in a two-way
trend this week, with scarce sup
plies of fat grain-fed animals gen
erally steady to 50 cents higher,
and rank and file of lower grades
going weak to $1 lower.
Baby beef-type steers and heif
ers grading good and weighing up
to 500 pounds brought $30; 1,000
pound steers and heifers grading
average-good sold at $31.75.
Common grade steers and heif
ers brought producers from $17
to $23.25.
Spring lambs sold mostly steady
w'th choice springers bringing $27
to $30. I
In hogs, most 180 to 240 pound
butchers Friday were $22.50 to $24.-50.
Live poultry sold actively with
broilers and fryers advancing half
to a cent 'a pound with prices in
Central North Carolina a t38 cents.
Heavy hens ranged from 30 to
32 cents.
At eastern North Carolina points
Thursday, Irish cobbler potatoes,
U. S. No. 1, in 1001b bags brought
$3 to $3.65.
Cotton prices in ten southern
spot markets moved lower, closing
Friday at 37.28 cents a pound for
Middling 15-16 inch. A week earl
ier, the market average was 37.75
cents, and a year ago, 36.90 cents
a pound. The progress of the new
crop was generally good, especially
in the southeastern area.
State College
Answers Timely
Farm Questions
Q. Is it advisable to raise the
Dr. H. W. Colwell
OPTOMETRIST
Eyes Examined, Glasses Fitted.
Next Door To Cavenaaeh
Chevrolet Company
Permanent Office In
WALLACE. N. C
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first calf of a heifer?
. A. It makes absolutely no dif
ference in the quality of the heifer
calf whether she la the first calf
or a later one."'.-"
Q. How much aging does beef
need before it goes into frozen
locker storage?
A. Aging the freshly slaughtered
carcass for a week or 10 days in
chill room increases the natural
tenderness of the meat.
Q. Are onions poisonous after
they are frozen?
A. TBe answer is no.
' Three C's for Salads:
The ingredients for a fresh fruit
or vegetable salad should be clean,
crisp, and cold. Salads should be
served with dressings that are not
too tart, too salty, nor too sweet
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AmbuteBee Service.
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For Best Prices and Com
plete Job on Monuments,
See or Wrie
Rev. H. J. Whaley
BEULA VILLE
HOGS WANTED!
We Buy Hogs At
WARSAW EACH FRIDAY
CLINTON ON TUESDAYS & WEDNESDAYS
Of Each Week. No Commission Charges.
WE HAVE TANKAGE FOR SALE
Sampson Livestock Market
STACY HONEYCUTT, Manager
Higlhi Pqrflllairs
We Pay The High Dollar For Your Wheat, Oats
And Corn. We Haul From Fields
Shingles $ 6.50
Roll Roofing 3.00
50 Lb. Stand Pure Lard 13.25
4 Lb pkg. 50 percent DDT 1.35
4 Lb Mixide Beandust 75
4 Lb Arsenate Lead 95
28 Lb Grandeur Floor 1.70
Garner Brothers
Wholesale And Jobbers
Mount Ollre, N. C.
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