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f ' . OF KEAL ESTATE
: Under and by virtue of the pow-
;"er and authority contained in that
certain deed of trust executed by
-James Edward Jones and wife, Mat-
White, Trustee, dated September
-26, 104S, and recorded in the office
f the Register of Deeds, of Lenoir
County in Book 206, page 251, and
-recorded In the office of the Regis
ter of Deeds of Duplin County In
' Books 451, page 83, and on account
of default having been made in the
, payment of the indebtedness there
by secured, and the holder of the
notes secured thereby having re
quested the said Trustee to sell the
land conveyed in said deed of trust
as security for said indebtedness,
the undersigned Trustee will offer
for sale and sell to the highest bid
der for cash at the courthouse door
-In Kinston, Lenoir County, North
Carolina, on MONDAY, the 13th
day of DECEMBER, 1948, at about
the hour of 12:00 Mi the said land
conveyed in said deed of trust and
described therein as follows, to-wit:
- BEGINNING at a stake on the
Drummersville-Kinston Road at
Frank -. Phillip's corner, and runs
thence along his line and crossing
the Lenoir-Duplin County line N.
if 4 degrees 11 minutes E. 1952.65 feet
to a stake; thence still along Frank
Phillip's line S. 75 degrees 30 min
utes E. 858.2 feet to a stake; thence
S 32 degrees 54 minutes E. 274
icci iu a Butue iu a oroncn; uience
with said Branch the following
courses and distances: N. 75 degrees
30 minutes E. 165 feet to a stake;
N. 56 degrees 30 minutes E. 185
feet to a stake; N. 35 degrees E.
148 feet to a stake; N. 29 degrees
41 minutes East 489.3 feet
to a -stake, James A. Williams' cor
ner; thence leaving the Branch and
running along James A. Williams'
line N. 75 degrees 50 minutes W.
1757 feet to a stake, Mrs. Annie
Hines Smith's line; thence along
her line and crossing the Lenoir
Duplin County line S. 8 degrees
40 minutes W. 2597 feet to a stake
on the DrummersviUeiKinston
Road; then with said Road S. 78
degrees 14 minutes E. 166.9 feet to
a stake, the point of beginning, con
taining 32.815 acres, more or less.
recording to a plat therof made by
C. Beems, Surveyor, dated October,
1942. It being a part of the lands
inherited by Sam A. Hines of the
first part from his mother, Mrs.
Mary J. P. Hines. See record of,
division between Sam A. Hines and
Annie Hines Smith in Book 176,
page 36, Lenoir County Registry.
NOTE: 'A small corner of the a
bove described land lies in Duplin
County; under the provisions of
said deed of trust the sale of the en
tire tract will be made in Lenoir
County as above set forth..
A deposit of at least five per cent
of the last and highest bid received
at said sale will be requested as
evidence of good faith.
This 8th day of November, 1948.
Thos. J, White, Trustee
12-10-4t. TJW .
Louis Outlaw Dies
Louis Outlaw, 72, retired farmer
of the.Outlaw's Bridge section died
Thursday night of last week in a
Kinston hospital after a brief ill
ness. Funeral services were held
at the graveside In the Outlaw fam
ily cemetery Saturday afternoon at
3 o'clock, with the Rev. ' Walter
Heath, Holiness minister of near
Seven Sprutgs in charge. Surviving
is one brother, Lawrence Outlaw of
Seven Springs, Rt. 1.
Mrs. R. B. Jones entertained at
a turkey supper at ' her home in
Pink Hill recently in observance of
Invited guests were Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Jones, Dr. and Mrs. H. A.
Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jones,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Perkins and
Mesdames Q. M., T. A., and Leslie
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. Rev. Robert Goodchild was sent
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Methodist Churches for the coming
year when Conference met in regu
lar session in Greenville recently,
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will be guest speaker at the Pres
byterian Church here Sunday, Nov.
21. His subject will be "The For
gotten Man". Members of all the
churches in the Pink Hill charge
are especially invited as well as the
general public. A picnic dinner will
be served and everyone is asked to
bring a basket.
An appreciative audience attend
ed the special musical program
presented by the Youth Choir of
the Richland.s Baptist Church at the
Presbyterian church here Sunday
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KINSTON, N. C.
Kinston Auto Auction
EVERT WEDNESDAY 2:00 P. M.
We had over 100 units on last Wednesday's sale, and a
large percentage -was sold. If you plan to sell, try our sale,
where individual Interest, effort, plenty of buyers and good
selling accomodations get you the High Dollar for your car
or truck. Some- of last Wednesday's prices below:
48 Pont 6 miles, S2375 ' '
46 Buick Conv. clean 1800
48 Ford Tudor, clean 1410
47 Ply. Fordor, clean 1660
49 Ford 6, miles, 1830
46 Chev. F.M. clean 1430
41 Chev., Fordor, cln. $1010
42 Fotd 6, clean 830
40 Ford, ext. clean 1100
38 Ford, ext. cln. '725
41 Buick Sp. clean 875
42 Pont 8, clean 1035
II yon have a car or truck for sale, give us a try.
85.00 pays everything
Sale1 sin or shin
HERBERT 7. PATf
OWNER AND AUCTIONEER
Goldsboro Hi-Way, Phone 4527, Kinston, N. C.
At the meeting of the Lenoir
County Farm Bureau in Kinston
Friday afternoon, Roger 'Post Hill
received an award for a corn yieltl
given by the organization. A stu
dent in Pink Hill High School,
young Hill is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Edwards en
tertained the following guests at
dinner on Friday: Rev. and Mrs. N.
P. Farrier, Rev. Carl B. Craig of
Jacksonville and Mr. Jasper K.
Cadet Kenneth Maxwell, son of
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Maxwell of Pink
Hill has been promoted to the rank
of Cadet Sargeant (platoon guide)
at Castle Heights Military Academy
in Lebanon, Tenn. The appointment
to the rank is based on the cadet's
milittary and efficiency record.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Turner moved
Monday into their attractive new
home on the Kinston highway.
Miss Connor Jones of Washing'
ton, D. C. has been spending a few
days at her home heree.
Mrs. Charles Jones of LaGrange
has returned home after visiting
Mrs. J. K. Smith and daughter
have returned home from Memorial
General Hospital in Kinston.
L. G. Kornegay, young son of Mr.
and Mrs. Thad Kornegay, who has
been receiving treatment for his
eyes from a Durham specialist, is
much improved .
Sanford Lee, Jr.-of N. C. State,
spent the week end at home.
Georee Turner. Elbert Smith and
Chrs Coombs went deer hunting in
Hoffman Forest Armistice Day.
Mr. J. A. Jones was guest speak
er at a regular meeting of the PTA
Miss Celia Maxwell has returned
from visiting in Richmond, Va. and
Durham. She was accompanied
home by Mrs. Celia G. Sutton of
Durham who visited briefly.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones Smith were
guests of Mr. and Mrs.' Berry Bos-
ytic in Greenville Sunday.
Air. ana Mrs. wuiara sraiui aim
daughter, and Mrs. Fred Grady and
po Ann Grady of Seven Springs
spent the week end with the J. P.
Mewborn family in Savannah, Ga.
Mrs. enneth Stapelton of Hib
bing, Minn., is visiting her parents,
Rev. and Mrs. N. P. Farrier.
Messrs Linwood and Graham
Turner and Jesse Williamson were
business visitors in Atlanta this
Mrs. Graham Turner and daugh
ter spent several days, this week
with her parents in Ft. Barnwell.
Mrs. House of Mt. Olive came
recently to nurse Mrs. Annie Jones,
ill at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. T. A .Turner.
Mrs. James Miles is visiting the
Johnnie Holden family in Greens
boro. Mrs. W. B. Marshburn of Rich
lands spent the week end with Mr.
and Mrs. T. J. Turner.
Southern hog receipts were some
lighter than last week, but a heavy
flow to midwestern markets caused
price declines amounting to $1.50
Cattle markets generally were
strong to 50 cents higher, and $1
higher in spots, compared with the
week before, i '
Broiler -markets were generally
steady to firm' during the week
with prices unchanged in North
Carolina and from 1 to 2 1-2 cents
higher in other areas.
Grain markets continued" on an '
upward trend, and wheat advanced
3 to 5 cents a bushel. Corn gained
5 to 8 cents despite increased mar-
ketings. Oats, barley, and grain
with corn at'
Spot cotton prices recorded a 26
point advance with the average
price for middling 15-16 inch staple J
at 31.53. This compared with 31.23
cents a week earlier. - -
Q. What is the outlook for cot-
A. The Bureau of Agricultural
Economics says the position of cot
ton is less favorable than in the
past few years.
Q. When band placement of fer
tilizer is used on tobacco and the
fertilizer is placed only on one V
side of the plant, will results be
A. The answer is No.
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"7 ft. Crosley Shelvedore Refrigerator $219.95
9 ft. Crosley Shelvedore Refrigerator 289.95
Crosley Electric Stoves 259.95
Maytag Washing Machines $134.95 up
Kero-Gas 5 Burner Oil Stove $59.95
Seven Springs, North Carolina
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