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Til E DUPLIN TIMES
FRIDAYJUNE 9th, 1950
NOTICE OF oj 3
la The Superior Court'
W. A. Bowden, Josephine Bowden,
Lillian L. Bowden, William A.
Bowden, Johnnie F. Gooding, Lot
tie . Gooding, Mary' Lily Martin,
Johnnie Martin, and Jesse Martin.
. The defendant W.' A. Bowden,
Josephine Bowden, Lillian L. Bow
den, and William A. Bowden, will
take notice that an action entitled
as above, the nature of which is
.fully set out in the duly verified
complaint of the plaintiff, hereto
fore filed in this matter, to which
reference is had as follows:,
To forcloae tax liens for unpaid
taxes for the indicated years and
amounts, exclusive of interest,
penalties and costs:
. 1030 .
- Which are assessed against the f ol-
lowing land in Duplin County,
t . North Carolina, Warsaw Township:
"Being Lot No. 12 of Block No.
I 2 as appears on the-official tax
I map for the Town of Warsaw as
: . recorded In Plat Book 1 at page 152
; of - the Duplin Registry".. Which
said lands are the property for the
defendants above named. And the
defendants will further take notice
i that they are required to appear
at the office of the Clerk of the
Superior Court of Duplin County
I i in the courthouse in Kenansvllle,
f ... North Carolina on the 15th day of
June, 1950 and answer or demur
to the complaint of . the plaintiff
filed in said action, on or before
the 8th day of July, 1950 or the
plaintiff will apply to the court for
the relief demanded .in the com
plaint .. This the 15th day of May, 1950.
B, V. Wells, Clerk,
- Superior Court
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
.; WARSAW FLOUB
AND FEED MILLS
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership of J. C. Surratt and
WATCH BANDS .
' RINGS ON ORDER
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
DUPLIN MERCANTILE CO.
SASH, DOORS, SHEET
EOC RlScw TH
i ROCK WOOL, PLASTER,
f LZA2Z, CEMENT BRICK,
HUttlAK, raiflW, laW
RA-COTTA PD?E, DRAIN
1ILE, WHITE ASBESTOS
SHINGLES, ALL KINDS
lOfi" ROL OFJNG -V
Z. J.C:r(:r GScn
A. W. Draughan, as partners, con
ducting the business of milling,
jmbclng, and selling commercial
feeds, seed, flour and other grain
and farm products, under the firm
name and style of WARSAW
FLOUR AND FEED MILLS, has
this day been dissolved by mutual
J. C. Surratt will collect all debts
owing to the firm and pay all
debts due by the firm.
This 22nd day of May, 1950.
J. Ch Surratt, and A. W. Draughan,
Foremerly doing businesses
'. . WARSAW FLOUR .
- AND FEED MILLS
,;: .y : Mi": . J
For Best Prices and Com
T-S mi T.:--nnaaeiiti.
See or Writs
Q. What is the best control for
weeds In fish ponds.
A. Dissolve 2 lb 2,4-D in 100
gallons of water and spray foilege
until fairly wet. Lowering the wat
er level 2 to 3 Inches will, help
make' this possible. Tests show
that the treatment does not harm
the fish or vegetation they feed on.
. Q. Are "greens" good to eat
where they have been grown on
tobacco beds treated with DDT?
A. Entomologists does not rec
ommend the use of DDT on crops
being used for immediate con
A. How should phosphorus be
applied to soybeans?
A. Apply in 3 Inch bands on
either side of the plant early in
State College Hints
To Home Makers
"An ounce of prevention is
worth a pound of cure,", is true
in the yearly war on moths. The
first weapon is a thorough washing
and cleaning of winter things, fol
lowed by mth preventatives. There
are several gooa ones on we mar,
et. When- buying moth preventa
tives check labels to see how long
treatment will last.
In packing, use gummed tape to
seal clothes in chests, bags, boxes
or paper, to keep moths, dust," and
light out. All are bad for woolens.
Store in a cool, dry place.
"High and dry" Is a phrase to
remember , in protecting against
summer mildew. Shoes for example
may be moved to upper shelves
when hot humid weather sets in.
Rub vaseline on zippers before
storing. . This advice comes from
clothing speaclallsts in testing lab
The Highway Commission will
Improve its ferry service to Manteo
and the Outer Banks beginning
Acquisition of "The Governor
Scott," a former LCT craft, makes
it possible to provide an on-the-hour
,! departure schedule across
Croatan Sound between 7 a.m. and
KENANS VELLE N. C.
' Warsaw And ,
N Kenansville , - '
WARSAW, N. C.
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Cf l:V7TX OLlTs?
Ke:v Cciffirrs for
An appearance of height on top
b dedrabla for the afrl with h
square face. In this hair-do, short
locks' on top form hifh, softly
waved bang. The rest of the hair
is medium-long, brought op at the
sides, fastened with combs, and
then let fall into cascade of
curls from high on the head in
back. This coiffure Is from the
Mser Handbook of 50 New Hair
: a feature of the March issue
of (iood Housekeeping xsagatuMb
6:30 p.m. daily. The new schedule
will be effective only July 1 thru
'The Governor Scott" joins "The
Governor Cherry" in plying the
waters of thesCroatan Sound be
tween Roanoke Island and Manns
Harbor. The new summer schedule
doubles the number of trips being
made at present.
To keep pace with this new
schedule the Alligator River Ferry
("The Sandy Graham") will make
four daily trips during the season
Instead of three.
The Highway Commission also
has finished paving the road be
tween Manns Harbor and East
Lake, thereby eliminating dust
and mud problems previously en
countered to "The Lost Colony"
and Nags Head.
Pavement of the Manns Harbor
Stumpy Point road was completed
By TED RESTING
After 100 years of legend It's
time we got some straight dope on
the wolverine. About all a yarn
spinner has to do Is lead off with
that magic word and his audience
relaxes as if loaded with nembutal,
ready to believe that the animal is
a were-creature, capable of any
dreadful and bloody feat.
Actually, the wolverine is the
dead-end character of the wilds
according to sportsman-trapper-writer
Russell Annabel. "He is an
indomitable little varmint at whom
nature pitched a fast curve."
Although be belongs to the mar
ten family he is bear-like in most!
of his tastes and habits. Therein
lies his tragedy. In common with
bears he feeds on ground squir
rels, mice, berries, green vegeta
bles, carrion spawned-out salmon
and unwary rabbits. He does all
right in summer, but in winter the
going gets rough because, nature
denied him the saving booh of hi
bernation, : '
; He has to spend months wrest
ling a living from the frozen wild
erness. He becomes a scavenger.
Handicapped by short legs and a
woeful lack of 'speed and agility,
he forages through deep snow at
a lumbering gallop managing to
obtain about four square meals a
Normally he shuns human habit
ations but when desperate be will
occasionally break into a woods
man's cabin. The destruction he
leaves is spectacular but no more
so than that of a black bear. This
greediness for food and a high
voltage temper are the wolverine's
As a fighting animal he la will
ing but strictly second-rate perfor
mer. He Is powerful, with unusual
strength in his short Jawe and
forelegs, but his reaction time is
slow. He Is not especially harmful
to wildlife, nor of any great value
as a fur bearer and is not even as
destructive as the wolf, the coyote
or even the fox.
North Carolina farmers who are
looking for a livestock enterprise
may find their answer in sheep,
says Lemuel Goode, animal hus
bandry scientist with the N. C.
He is convinced that a well man
aged flock can be one of the most
profitable enterprises in the State.
He has good reasons to support
his convictiaon. The number of
sheep has declined rapidly in re
cent years. Lamb prices are ex
pected to stay at a high level long
er than prices of beef or pork. Also
lamb is a speciality product and
has less fluctuation than other
meats. Wool, a second product, les
sens the risk of investment and
should remain high with govern
Ewes bought in the spring or
early summer should produce one
lamb and a crop of wool within 12
Goode says a farm with 12 to 15
acres of good Ladino clover can
graze a flock of 30 breeding ewes.
On the other hand, this acreage
could graze only about 6 cows.
New Taxes Would
Hit Low Incomes
of submitting to higher taxes or re
ducing Federal spending if Uncle
Sam is to live within his Income,
the Council of State Chambers of
Commerce today pointed up some
difficulties in increasing Federal
Suppose Uncle Sam called $25,
000 the most anyone could have
and took everything made above
that figure. That would give the
Government a little over $2 billion
or a little less than the Government
intends to spend on agricultural
activities and subsidies alone in 19
51. But, of course, Uncle 'Sam would
never think of taking such a big
tax bite because he knows he would
destroy all personal incentives to
earn that much again.
The survey showed that in spite
of the high taxes on incomes of
$100,000 and over, Uncle Sam col
lected only $1.2 billion from 10,
844 persons with such incomes in
On the other hand, 51 million
taxpayers reporting incomes of less
than $5,000 paid $8V& billion In
taxes for the same year.
The Council said, "There is no
getting around the fact that any ad
ditional burden of taxes must fall
on the lower income groups. They
have only two choices: submitting
to more taxes or demanding cuts
in present spending with a halt to
A new barley, superior in several
respects to other varieties grown
in the State has been developed
at the State Experiment Stateion
and has been named Colonial.
Colonial resulted from a cross of
Davidson and Sunrise.
Copies of the new publication,
entitled "Colonial Barley" and Is
sued as Special Circular No. 9,
may be obtained free from your
county agent or by writing Agricul
tural Editor, State College Station,
Raleigh. ,.. .
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him the additional money needed
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