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lc of the estate of Lucy v. iams,
leceased, this is to notify all per
,dn$ having claims against said es
He to present them to the under
, gned at Calypso, N. C on or be
iJn the 15th day of September,
1 930. or this notice will he pleaded
it bar ol their recovery.
'fAll persons Indebted to said es
tate will please make payment Im
mediately to the undersigned. ,
-This the ISth day of September,
iS B. C. Sellars, Administrator,
-1 - of LUey- Williams, deceased.
H. T. Ray, Attorney
t J-28-flt, HTR
Notice of administfation
I iHavlng this day qualified as Ad
mlnistratrlx of the estate of Lenard
Branch, late of Duplin County,
jforth Carolina, tills is to notify all
persons having claims against the
said estate to present them to the
jiriderslgned Adrouutfratrix on ot
before the 11th day of June.aSSO.
or this notice will be pleaded in bar
of recovery.-;.:'.:; - !. -v.'-'. ;
All persons Indebted to said es
tate will please make Immediate
ThU the Wth day ol June, 19491
jt, ; , jUllie Branch. Administratrix
s of Lenard Branch estate.
sUWarsaw,N.C. Bo.te2. v
, NOTICE OF SUMMONS
5V s BX PUBLICATION
-la The General County Court
State of North Carolina,
County off Duplin. ,
MRS afABY ETTA SOHUBTMAN
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Vnf Iao 1 harebv ffiven that the
above entitled action has been instl-
XtaUc Pros lot
J iu ; i t
i .a Cv..;y, Slate of North
......... .a fttf.-jS- -t tha ilarannnt
wherein the plaintiff seeks to re
cover ox we aeienaant an absolute
. .... wvm.wwm vv
grounds ol Annulment on account
ox a Bigamous marriage which was
void. The defendant is required to
h anil inmuv mt Mi tiffin ik
Clerk of the General County Court
In Kenaosville, North Carolina on
the 15th day of October 1949 and
answer or demur to the complaint
wnicn uas oven men in saia omce,
on or before the loth day of Nov
ember iim or the relief demand
ed in said comolalnt will be arant-
This the 15th day of September,
1949. ' '" ' "'
R. V. Wells, Clerk of
General County Court.
I Tj Van A-m-
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v ., -v y
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SASH, D00SS, SHEET
EpCK WOOL, PLASTEH,
IjKE, CEMENT, BEICK,
MpRTAR, PAINTS, TEO-
BA-COTTA PIPE, DEAIN
IlLE, V1TITE ASBESTOS
JSUINGLES, ALL KINDS
OF COLL BOOKING
f ROOPIKJ, BRICK
JJi Girt:r G Sea
Ml. Olive Routes
alt Olive Panthers blasted out a
20-0 victory over a powerful Faison
high squad Friday afternoon ot last
week. ' ; j i . .' .
A fumble on the Faison nine yard
line started first period Mt Olive
drive. The Panthers scored first in
the; second period and on a 92-yard
drive in which Harvey Barwick,
halfback, turned in a score from
the two yard line. He carried the
ball for 50 of the yards. They scored
gain in the second period on a M
yard run by Bill Chestnutt Eugene
Davis, who kicked two out of the
three extra points, added one.
. Mount Olive's final More came
In the last period whene Eugene
Davis, at fullback, passed 15 yards
to Preston Wells, a(.XBdior the
score. Davis again came through
with an extra point.
.Faison tnreatenea in uie uura
period after driving to the Mt Ol
ive five yard line. ,
Th Dunlin hha Committee Is
spending one day each week visit
ing farms of applicants wno nave
been approved. On the basis of
their appraisal, they determine it It
Is necessary to request a profess
ional appraiser for the farms.
Mr. A. B. Lanier, chairman,
states that the committee is anxious
to consider any application!. Inter
ested applicants should contact the
FHA office located in the located
in the Warsaw Drug Store Building
in Warsaw. .
Vcrking In County
Mr. Rv M. Fleetwood, Appraiser
with. FHA is working in Duplin
this week making appraisals of
farms which farmers hope to pur
chase with the assistance of FHA.
, irk. vita atataa that aDDrai-
sal work here Is behind due to the
number of farms wnicn approved
applicants have located recently,
but with the assistance of the new.
ppraisor work will be soon caught
J. F. Dail Dies
Floyd Dall, 77. riy Mon
day, Sept 19 in the Wayne Memor
ial nncnitai. Goldsboro. as a result
of Injuries -sustained the previous
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COMPLETE STOCK OF GBOCEfflES,
t tt,?sit-' !
BUCK 80WBI PLAN Kb. M4 Dolswd tgr John Tlor Wlalur, AnhltMt, Onnuboro,
' This is one of 87 homes designed by leading Oarolina Architects and featured in
"Carolina Homes," a plan book published by Brick ft Til Servioe, Ine Greensboro, N. a
g a-KrcL. tfeiiaHff jJjfcS
- -w"r Vvm Ifc" :
IRST FLOOR PLAtA
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that the most durable materials for
ni-nlnit and dranerieg are acetate
rayon and jlass fabric. These are
found most resistant to ootn ugm
and heat. Silk, nylon and plastics
nrer the fabrics most weakened tit
light; and linen and nylon by heat:
Crop Goals Set For
rinn hnndrori flftv frpleht caiw
loads of commodities from the Tar
Heel State is the goal set for the
1940 CROP Campaign. After care
ful consideration the Committee
decided this would be an attainable
goal if every county cooperated
and really carried out a thorough
anvass from farm to farm can
vass for contributions.
Wheat, corn, rye, oats, soybeans,
cotton, dairy products, peanuts,
dried peas and beans are being
asked for in the 1949 CROP collec
tion in North Carolina.
CROP WEEKS will be the first
three in November. Emphasis dur-
Inff thM weeks will: first week.
publicity: second week, canvassing;
third week, collection.
Mr. F. W. McGowen is Chairman
for Duplin County.
Sept. 24. Eastern N. C. flue
cured tobacco continued to be mar
keted at a rapid rate during the 5th
week of sales with general offerings
in quality the best of the season.
The general average moved up
to $51.57 per hundred as gross
sales totaled 47,689,143 pounds.
This was $2.72 above that of last
week and the highest of the season.
More fair to choice grades af
smoking leaf, cutters, and lugs
were sold this week. The proportion
of leaf ana nonaescripi was we ,
smallest since the first' week of the :
season. Most sales consisted ol
-common to good leaf, fair and good
Smoking leaf ana lugs, ana iair cut
ters. The amount of tobacco in an
iinamind nr damaeed condition con
dition increased noticibly on some
Wallace blanked the Clinton grid
team in Wallace Friday night, 20-0,
to make their third straight victory.
Clinton's only scoring- threat
came in the third quarter when
they moved to the Wallace 20.
Wallace will play Mt. Olive at
Mt. Olive Friday for their next
rnmnaetneM la the kevnote for'
this house. But the beauty Is not
sacrificed to gain compactness, xuc
wrnnffht iron columns on the front
porch even give the bouse an exotic
look The large sheltered porcn con
tributes relaxation to the life of the
occupants of this home.
The living room has four entran
ces which are sure to make it the
focal point ot the whole house. .
Dining room and kitchen con
veniently adjoin for utility. Such
planning does away with corridors
throughout the house and makes all
There Is a clean division between
bedrooms and outer pans ox we
hiiuu which sives an usual feeling
of privacy. Closet space Is more
Friday night near Mt Olive when
he was struck by an automobile
driven by F. F. Wellons of Calypso.
Surviving are one brother, ueo
rge Dal of Rocky Mount; two sis
ters, Mrs. Florence Garner and
Mrs. Estelle Williamson, both of
Rt. 1, Mt." Olive; a niece, Evelyn
Dail, with whom he lived; and sev
eral other nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held last
Tuesday, Sept. 20, at 3 p.m. in me
chapel of the Tyndall Funeral
in vrt niivR with the Rev.
Paul Barwick, Free Will, Baptist
minister, In charge. Burial was In
Maplewood Cemetery In Mt Olive.
In The Superior Court
Z. D. MITCHELL AND WIFE,
MRS JULIA HALL MILLER AND
HUSBAND. CHUCK MILLER;
MRS. VIRGINIA HALL BRYAP;
MISS KATIE ELIZABETH HALL;
G. SPRUNT HALL AND WIFE,
LUCY HALL; MRS. IOLA HOUS
TON HALL, (WIDOW).
. WITH A
1 .; BY .
, IV MOUNl OLIVE
Phones Z17-J or Me
; COMMERCIAL i
f HOIOGKtrai '
A SPECIALTY V ;
CTC TCITOES, INCLUDING ONHFSXG-Z
ON" r-INS-MEAT EOX COSSINATION, QHZ I
t CA2i::rT; ALSO stose building inclu
i :::g reus ccc:.i living quarters facing
i :c::vay no. 24 ktueiied going dusi-
I :CSf CEALTII AND AGS TCIICING SALE. , fet
The Defendants, Mrs. Julia Hall
Miller and husband, Chuck Miller
and Mrs. Virginia Hall Bryan, will
take Notice that an action as above
has been commenced against them.
in the Superior Court of Duplin
County, North Carolina, and that
the purpose of the said action is to
summarilv elect the Defendants
of the following described real
LYING and being in Warsaw
Township, Duplin County, North
"BEGINNING at a nine on the
West aide of Faison-Warsaw Road,
Knot Belcher, Newton and Jackson
corner, and runs thence with roaa
South 18 East S78 feet: South 34
East 270 feet; South 19 East 360
feet to a stake;' thence South 86
West 253S feet to a stake; thence
North 18 East 1225 feet to a dead
pine; thence North 86 East 1375
feet to a stake; thence North 80
East 270 feet to the beginning, con
taining 94 acres, more or less.'
That the Plaintiffs claim owner
ship, in fee ,to the said property;
and the said Defendants will fur
ther take Notice that they are re
quired to appear at the Office of
the Clerk of the Superior Court of
Duplin County, North Carolina, and
answer or demur to the Complaint
in said action, on or before the 30th
day of November, 1949, er the Plain
tiffs will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in the Complaint.
This the 26th day of September,
r; V. Wells, Clerk I
. . Superior Court- of
Duplin County. '
10-21-4t . HCTil
o What treatment is recom
mended when an outbreak of black
head disease occurs in turxeysr
A. The producer snouia remove
all droopy birds from the flock.
He should then treat the flock to
remove cecal worms, using 2 lb of
phenothazine per 100 pounds of
mash. Immediately alter mis treat
ment, the turkeys should be re
moved to a clean area on the range,
and they should be moved twice
a week until all losses nave stop
Q. When was black shank first
discovered in North Carolina?
a The first trace of the disease
in North Carolina was found in
the western part of the State in 19-81.
A. J. STRICKLAND
WARSAW, N. C.
MAKES STURDY; FIRESAFE
tOW COST FARM BUILDINGS
VITA-LITE MASONRY UNITS
are hieh prepare steam rr.rcd .U..1
stored ui.uer finer to in u'-e
Kinston, N. C. Phone 3412
Duplin Mercantile Company
Kenansville, N. C.
I. J. Sandlin Company
Beulavilla, N. C.
We Build To A Standard -
Not To A Price
State College Hints
To Home Makers
r.isht anil heat both weaken cur
tains and draperies, often causing
them to break througn ana go to
pieces. Some fabrics are affected
more than others, and homemakers
naturally want to know which fab
io mill stand ud longest from sun
light or heat from radiator or reg
ister. A study Just completed Indicates
M. F.ALLEN, JR.
Kenansville, N. C.
Kenansville's Only Insurance Agency
"Was a ncrvcus wreck
from agonizing pain
xitil I ted Pazo!"
J1Z A W Can Antonio. Tmxa9
Speed amaxinl reiiei irom
umpte piles., with toothing IW1 Acts
to relieve pain, minna mw.-".. r v
Inflamed tissues lubricates dry. hard
ened parts neips preveni .".
1. V. aft real com-
from wmpte piles. Get PaaS for last, won
derful relief. Ak your doctor about it.
Suppository form also tubes with per-
p, AND EQUIPMENT H
XZCXS, CIIAIRS, FILING CABINETS
?ZZZZZ3&, BINDERS, SHEETS and INDEX 'L
N. C. CONSOLIDATED HIDE CO., INC.
Foot of Waynesborough Avenue
Former Weil's Brickyard
GOLDSBORO, N. C.
PHONE 1532 OR 2330 COLLECT
IF CALLED LMMEDIATELY WE WILL
PICK UP DEAD CATTLE, MULES AND HOGS
' FREE OF CHARGE
Varsaw Fish Market
CREATORS AND MAINTAINERS OK LOWER
PRICES ON QUALITY SEA FOODS
S ' (Next Door to A&P)
Doth Wholesale and Retail
H now Your Fash or Know Your Fishman
. WILLIS BARTLETT
FREE Phone 230-1 WE
)RESSINQ WARSAW, N. C. DELIVER
Araraa dim uiu coot i
Place Your Orders
Cards For Every
y Stationery With A
At Her Home
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