ILC4ANSV1LLC, Ncr.TIl CAROLINA - THE DUPLIN TIMES ' ublishcd esch Friday In Kenansville, N. C. County Seat of DIJPIJN COUNTY 1 Editorial business and printing plant, Kenansville, N. C. J. KOBtiRT GRADY. EDITOR OWNER Entered a! the Post Officfi. KenansvilU?, N. C. as second class matter. TEIEP II ONES KonnnsvIH", 2;",5-(l Warsaw 50-7 .".'JBSCmmON RATES: $:i.00 per year in Duplin County I pnoir. .Iiinf - On--!(.w, Tender, Simpson and Wayne coun ties: $'i .' ;e,- .war onUide this area in North Carolina; and . Advertising rales furnished on request. t I)einnrr:i!ir Journal. iVwited to lha material, educational, conomir -nd agricultural inleresls of Duplin County. Carol 1949-50 Federal Migratory Bird Hunting Regulations There were relatively few major changes made in the Federal regu lations governing the hunting of migratory birds In North Carolina for the 1949-50 season as compared with the 1948-49 season, according lo Clyde P. Patton, Executive Di rector of the N. C. Wildlife Resour ces Commission. The new regula tions received from the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service show a liber alized waterfowl hunting season ten days longer than last year, be ginning noon, November 29, 1949, and ending one hour before sunset J.uiu.uy 7. lilfiO. The bag and pos session limits on ducks remain 4 per day and B in possession, wh'eh is the fame as last year. The pos session limit of 15 roots remains the same as last ye:ir. Although only 25 American and red-breasted maiganws may be taken on tl'.e opening day. the daily bag limit on these birds is 25 with no pos session limit after the first day. Only. one unor dunk may be had in either the daily bag or possession Warsaw Fish Market CREATORS AND MAINTAINORS OF LOWER PRICES ON QUALITY SEA FOODS (Next Door to AiP) Both Wholesale and Retail Know Your Fish or Know Your Fishman WILLIS BARTLKTT FREE Phoae 2M-1 WE iRESSINO WARSAW, N. C. DELIVKB insurance service " -"r: ,u ?Srm firms Crindividuals Astern North Caroling UU ARG A QUINN WH01ESALE CO. OF WARSAW IN DUPLIN Distributors Of POLAR BEAR FLOUR GROCERIES, FEEDS; SEEDS " MILFORD JUST RECEIVED NEW SHIPMENT FURNITURE INCLUDING BED ROOM SUITES. CHAIRS. SPRINGS ; MATTRESSES.. 0! TABLES MIRRORS. - . ; . " DlN' - r.OOM SUITES " . f . j 'NEW and USED FURNITURE New and Used Pianos Cash or Credit - Small Down Payment Gets What You Want . V limit. Of particular interest to goose hunters is a change in the possession limit for the coming season which will allow 2 Canada geese or its sub-species, or 2 white fronted geese to be taken in any one day but not more than 2 of these birds in possesion. Consid erable disatisfaction has been ex pressed by hunters over previous regulations which permitted on' goose per day and one in possess ion. Except for opening day, water fowl shooting hourse legin one half hour before sunrise and close one hour before sunset. In addi tion to the lawful possession of 2 Canada or white front geest, a hunter may have 3 blue geese. As in previous years, there is no open season on Ross' geese, snow geese, swan, or brant. Pattnn .stated than North-Carolina again will have a split dove reason from September 16, to Sept ember 30, 1949, and December 31, 1949, to January 14, 1950, all dates inclusive. The daily bag and pos- Monuments Of Desifti QUALITY WORKMANSIIIP TRUE STONES - FINELY CUT 8KB FRANCIS OAKLEY Phone 375-6 Office Over Mitchner's Cafe 237-1 275-1 325-r It UU, IVi. C. QUINN, Mer. cession limits are 10 blils, and x boo ting hours are from 12 o clort noon until sunset each day of the open season, . . Since sora are hunted chiefly In a few eastern seaboard states,, the apparently adequate number: of these marsh birds Indicates an in crease in possession limit The dally bag and possession limits were in creased from 20 to 25. The season begin? October 1 and closes Nov ember's", 1949. Fifteen rails or gallinules, eith.--singly or in the aggregate, may ba taken during the season beginning October 1, 1949, and ending Nov ember 30, 1949. Shooting hours on all days of the sora, rail, and gal linule season begin one-half hour before sunrise and end at sunset. It is not often that we have the pleasure of announcing the addi tion of ax new game species to North Carolina hunters. Patton concluded, but with the opening of the season on woodcock from Dec ember 12, 1949, to January 11, 1950, with a daily bag limit of 4 and pos session limit of 8, North Carolina spprtsmen will have one of the finest game birds added to their game list There are no changes in previous regulations covering the three-shell limit for, auto-loading or repeat ing shotguns, baiting, transporta tion, or post season possession per iod for migratory birds. Sunday hunting of all kinds is prohibited in North Carolina. Market News Higher average prices and heavy volume marked the second week of sales on the Border Belt flue-cured tobacco markets. Quality of offer ings were lower than on opening week. Practically all grades advanced with low orange leaf alid cutters shewing greatest gains. Most in creases vere from $1.00 to $3.00 and several grades jumped as much as $4 to $10. The majority of ave rages were well above the Com modity Credit support price. Volume of sales was extremely heavy. Some markets have been blocked since opening day. During the week 43,900 736 pounds were marketed for an average of $50.93 per hundred This average was 78c above the first week. Quality of olferings was lower because of more common and lo.v leaf grades and less fine and choice qualities. Lugs continued to pre dominate by a small margin. Chief marketings were common to good leaf, fair tc fine lugs, low and fair cutters and primings. , Treasury Dept. 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NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Having qualified as Co-Administrators C.T.A. of the Estate of Fusene Pearsall, deceased, late of Duplin' County, North Carolina, this is to notify all people having claims against his said estate lo present them to the undersigned Co-Administrators, with the Will annexed on or before the 14th day of July, 1950, or this Notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. ;H All persona Indebted to said es- D. H. CARLTON INSURANCE AliENCY WARSAW, ; " NORTH CAROLINA Life- Fire - Storm - Automobile, etc. Telephone 3-196 Yars5Y, N. C. 01s tate will please make Immediate payment This 14th day of July, 1949. Nora Pearsall, Louise Pear sall and Maud P. Curr, Ad ministrators CUM TESTA MENTS ANNEXO, of Eu gene Pearsall, Mount Olive, N. C. RU2. 8-19-Ot VBG NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATRIX The undersigned having qualified as administratrix of the estate of 0000000000004 AND APARTMENTS For Rent Warsaw And Kenansville A. J. STRICKLAND ". ; PHONE 554 i WARSAW, N. C. Q QOO QO OO OQ. 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