THE DUPLIN TIMES
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A Democratic Journal, devoted to the material, educational,
sonomlo and agricultural Interests of Duplin ounty.
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Chicago, 111., June 24 Mrs.
Elizabeth Perry Benbow, who would
be 87 year old, if living, and there
fore more likely her children or
grandchildren, are being sought in
North Carolina to claim a $10,000
estate to which they are unknow
ingly the heirs.
This became known here today
when Walter C. Cox, probate gene
alogist, 208 S. LaSulle St., Chicago,
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I.TWTRUCXOrVAlUf OA$OLINIDIISn. LAA A. -
who specializes in tracing missing
relatives to settle estates, assumed
charge of the hunt with scant clues
on which to proceed.
"Mrs. Benbow, whosi maiden
name was Perry," Mr. Cox said,
"was born in New England la about
1859. When a young woman, she
married Benbow whose first name
is unknown, and the eouple went
to somewhere in North Carolina to
"Under the laws and ciram
stances applying, only Mrs. Benbow,
if living, or her children or grand
children (direct descendants) are
or.titit.ri tn plAim the estate. There
Is reason to believe that she or her
t j9i turn , mvm,9.Ls.
SCRIPTURB: Daniel 1:11-41; 8; Hi
UalMhl ! LK l:7-7; 2:26-33:
DEVOTIONAL RBADINO: Psalms ISO!
From Malachi To Christ
Lesson for June 27, 1948
THE lnter-biblical period, cover
ing approximately four cen
turies, 1 one of the great silences
of history, save a the prophecies
of God offer flicker-
fog light upon the
jV'i winding paths in
v ; western Asia, north-
i em Africa and
f"3'j southern Europe. A
jp remnant of Jews
resided in Jersula-
tl ' lem, whilst many
others were dis-
il'l persed about the
face of the earth.
mmammtm J. The Old Testament
Dr. Newton was translated into
Greek the version
used In the time of Christ the
Talmud and the 14 books of the
Apocrypha were written. The syna
gogue arose. The schools ot Hillel
and Shammai were founded and
flourished. The sects of the Phari
sees and Sadducees originated. Bud
dha, Confucius and iZoroaster were
beginning to influence life in the
Far East, while In the Near East
Zeno and Epicurus dominated philo
sophical thought. The Caesars
ruled the Mediterranean world.
To understand something of this
period from Malachi to Christ, we,
are asked to read the Scripture pas
sages listed above.
BEFORE JESUS CAME
i'i TOEHOLD, I will send my mes
D senger, and he shall prepare1
the way before me; and the Lord,
whom ye seek, shall suddenly come
In bis temple, even the messenger of
the covenant, whom ye delight in;
behold ha shall come, salth the Lord
Did they fully understand the
significance of these great words of
Malachi? Hardly may we expect
that they did, -but they' got their
basis of hope, about which we
studied last Sunday. Imagine the
faces of the little children- tn the
long ago as they heard of the- com
THE COMING CHRIST
T OOK carefully at the above
J-A -Scriptures and see how both
the Old and New Testaments oenter
upon Christ. These great phrases
The promised Christ, the expected
Christ, the heralding Christ, the pre
sented Christ, the enlightening
Christ, the judging Christ, the mer
ciful Christ, the redeeming Christ,
the restoring Christ, the guiding
Space does not permit the cita
tions, but a study of the passages
will reveal each of these gifts and
blessings In the coming Christ
BETWEEN THE TESTAMENTS
DIMLY only do we envision that
period of four centuries, but
we have sufficient light to trace the
steps by which the faithful amongst
the Jews were cleansing themselves
of idolatry as the fires of God
purged away the dross of paganism
and secularism. One will find rich
rewafd in the reading of the Apocry
pha and Josephus. Also, one will
find in the opening chapters of the
New Testament light which falls
back upon those dark ages.
There were synagogue schools,
taught in many .instances by very
able men, such as Hillel. There was
groping toward the light. Men
were hungry for the fulfilment of
prophecy. It was the darkness just
before the dawn.
THE LKSBT BREAKS
UOLESSED be the Lord God of
D Israel; for he hath visited and
redeemed his people," . Luke 1:68.
Thus does the golden text tor Sun
day's lesson flash upon the waiting
heart of expectant humanity the
The fulness of God's time had
Come. Jesus was born. Peace had
come to men of good 'will. James
Montgomery puts the Good News
in these lovely lines:
tngelt, from tbt rtolms of glory,
Wing your flight o'r all the earth,
Yt, who tang triation't itory,
blow proclaim Messiah's birth:
Coma and worship, tomi and worship.
Worship Christ, the new-born King.
(Copyright by the International Council
o Religious education on bthalt ot 40
Protestant denominations. Released by
No religious doctrine has any re
demptive power until it is trans
lated into the terms of a specific"
situation or an actual problem. It.
becomes the task of the Christian
preacher in this generation to do
the translating. The question, "What
would Jesus doT" is always with
descendants a restlll leojrtea
e Heavy offlertmj pf broilers old
steady to weak in nearly all sections
The' undersigned having Quali
fied as Administrator of the es
tate of George B. Hudler, deceased,
oriH havincf flllJlllflPfl tlGlore tns
Clerk of Superior Court of Duplin !
a a. . 4 1 Ovwl rtmi rt Tuns)
VUUUiy UU Uic uiiu uaj v
1948, this is to notify all persons
who have claims against the said
estate to present their claims to the
undersigned Administrator1 on or
before the 10th day of June, 1949,
or this notice will be plead in bar
to their recovery. All persons Who
are indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment
This the 10th day of June, 1948.
S A. Smith, Administrator
of the estate of George
B. Hudler, deceased,
Beulaville North Carolina.
H. E. Phillips, Attorney
Kenansville, N. C.
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
Under and by virtue of the au
thority conferred by Deed of Trust
executed by Wilbert Castella Brod
gen and wife, Gladys F. Brodgen,
dated the 2nd day of May, 1947 and
recorded 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 Hi. Town or Fai. n, 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 Chur:h Street
South 8 West 150 feet to an iron
stake; thence North 82 West 50
feet to a stake; thence North 8
East and narall 1 with Church
Street 150 feet to a stake on South
ern edge of So;imon Street; thence
along the Southern -margin of Sol
omon Street Suvlh 82 East 50 feet
to tl.e beginning, and being the
same lands as described in a deed
from Mary L. II. Williams to H. T.
Ray as recorded in Book 439, page
256, of the Duplin County Registry.
This sale is made oh account of
default in payment of the indebt
edness secured by said Deed of
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-
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This the 25th day of May, 1948.
Jefferson E. Owens,
Having this day qualified as exe
cutor of. the estate of Mrs. Rachel
A. Turner, deceased, late of Duplin
County, North Carolina, this Is to
notify all persons having claims
Southerland Electric Co.
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All Types Of Wiring
Wallace Livestock Yards
When Hogs Are Higher
If Will Be In Wallace
KHj aeeeeM -
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in TUNE vvitu iu;i2
against the said estate to present
them to the undersigned, duly veri
fied, on or before one year from
the last publication date of this
notice, or this notice wui De pieaa
in hnr of their recovery. All per
sons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate settlement.
This the 1st day of June. 1948.
George H. Turner, Executor
Mrs. Rachel A. Turner
Grady Mercer, Atty
yr eulek. dsUinsttiUr eomrbrOag nrfp lot
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Eyea Examined; Glasses Fitted,
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Steal VbUe Wlct $r
nr ear on the auction
block for pnly
ANYONE SELL '
SALE BAIN OB SHINE
7- convf your oar Into cash"
and at the doss Friday were 37 (
38 cents a r'1"",J