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30 CAKES WOODBCBY BATH
SOAP FOR 49 Cents at Clinic Druo
Company to- Mount Olive. tfc
FOR A BETTER WELL, call or
write Heater Well Co, Raleigh, N.C..
giving' direction and distance from,
jour Port Office. Monthly payment
can be arranged, with no down
payment; if applied for before well
? it drilled." .
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PAntCLOTH CON8TKCCTION CO.
Clinton, N. C.
Dragline and Bulldozer Work
( t All Kinds
' ' Instant Service
Specializing in Pond Construction
Call 1B5 - Night Clinton. N. C.
10 Cent Pocket Contbn
each t CLINIC DRUC
ett ,
now 1 cent
CO. In Mt
FARM LOANS r LONG TERM
1 - LOW INTEREST .
Federal Land Bank loans are a
vallable thru Clinton National Farm
"Xoaa Association. Contact DeWitt
Carr, Secretary . Treasurer, P. O.
"Box 148, Phone 2282, Clinton, N. C.
Mr. Carr is in PCA office in Ken
ansville between 11 and 12 o'clock
every Tuesday morning.
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THK PCMJN TIMES, KENANgVUXJE, N. C THTO8BAT. SEPTEMBER It, MM
ryPKWRITER-ADDINO mactyneU AMERICAN LEGION SQUARE
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1 05 1-J N. Center Street
ATEENVION SO ft tHW SHOP
in Clinton - Mill end ttitters ends
and Novelty Fabrics. Belts 1 and
buttons made same day received.
tt.-rrlrk oetterns. Zipptrr loe.
iWja FOUND AT LAST: A sure
relief for Impetigo and all Itching
ikin sores. : ts soothing, healing
SWISS OINTMENT that heal with
out a scar. Ask your Druggist.
; Charles A Taylor Manufactur
ing Pharmacist, Jacksonville, North
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8-9-21. ; '.
SPINET HEAVY TYPE PIANOS.
Complete ' selection of new Spinet
pianos, all nationally known makes.
We allow you more for your old
piano on trade-in. All new Spinets
guaranteed for 10 years. Come In
and look over our display of Lester,
Betsy Ross, Story and Clark, Knabe
and Winter Spinet Pianos. We also
have a complete stock of Home and
Church Organs, Including the com
bination organ and piano. We have
terms to fit your needs either on
monthly or fall terms.
JOHNSON PIANO ORGAN CQ.
133 W. North St, Kinston, N. C.
9-9-2 t-c.
FOR RENT OR SALE 28 x 40
Storage Room, Wood Floor, Galva
nized Siding and Roof: Ideal for
storing tobacco. J. C. Russ.
9-23-4 tc
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and every Saturday night there
after, in the Mt Olive gym, t 8:30
till. The Rhythm 4 Plus I". Adm.
78 cent per pert an, A Clean dance
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FOR SALE
ONE STORE BUILDING known
as J. Graham Reece Store building
at Lyman, on the Chinquapin-Jacksonville
highway. '
All stock of merchandise.
Terms: Cash would consider time
on portion of indebtedness under
iome circumstances. See Lydia N.
Reece, Chinquapin, North Carolina
or H. E. Phillips, attorney, Kenans
ville, North Carolina.
This the 28th day of August, 1954.
Mrs. Lydia N. Reece
Chinquapin,?. C.
9-23-4t-HE.P.
FOR SALE Camera with Flash
attachment and Complete Darkroom
Equipment $70.00. All less than 1
year old. See Daa McMaster, at The
Duplin Times.
, k ANTIQUES
EASTERN CAROLINA ANTIQUE
SHOW, Williams St Gym, Golds
boro, N. C. Sept. 20 It 21. 9:30 a. m.
to 9:00 p. m. Sponsored by Golds
boro J-C-ettes
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SAVINGS MAKE
DREAMS COME TRUEI
If you want your dreams come true, now is
the time to begin saving. Begin by coming into
our bank and 'open a savings account then de
posit your money at regular intervals you will
relaize your dreams come true.
BANK OF MT. OLIVE
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FOR SALE ROOMS OF USED
furniture Including piano and singer
sewing machine. Hilltop Drive-In
Cafe, Earl Killingwsorth, Proprie
tor, Pink Hllll, N. C.
9-9-lt-pd.
VISIT PEGGY ANN SHOP WHILE
In Mt. Olive. A lovely collection of
back to school skirts, sweaters and
blouses in all new fall colors. Win
ter cottons in leading brand names
including the addition of Jonothan
Logan. New dressy dresses for the
conscious minded woman.
3-9-lt-c.
FOR SALE 118 ACRE FARM.
$10,000.00 Cash. See Me at once.
Charles W. Grady, Box 277, Albert
son, N. C.
9-16-lt-pd.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR SILL
a farm, see STOUT REALTY CO.,
Wallace, N. C.
WANTED A CASE WORKER IN
a county Welfare Department Min
imum qualifications, college educa
tion. Write XYZ, Duplin Times.
9-23-2t-c
DO YOU HAVE WORK A WOMAN
can do? Practical nursirr, cT-Ving.
house cleaning, maid or what. Write
Pnx 338. Kenans vi lie N P
9-23-2t-c
TWENTY NINE CENT SIZE HALO
Shampoo free with $1.00 purchase
o' Cosite-Pnlm'!ve f-oducts.
Clinic Drug Co., Mt. Olive.
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FARM FOR SALE
Duplin County near Magnolia. 234
acres, 65 acres cleared, 8.8 acres
tobacco, 2 acres peanuts, one 6
room" dwelling, one 3 room dwell
ing, 2 tobacco barns and other
outbuildings. Some marketable tim
ber. Good pond site. Ideal for irri
gation. On school bus route. Known
as "Old County Home Place."
BUTLER A FAIRCLOTH, Inc.
Insurance - Real Estate, Phone 2101,
Clinton, N. C.
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BOOMING BUSINESS MAKES OP
enlng available for responsible man
or woman with car to call on farm
women in1 Duplin County. Full or
spare time. $20 to $40 a day. Write
MdNESS COMPANY, Dept. C,
Candler Bldg., Baltimore 2, Md.
9-23-2t-pd.
be pleaded In bar of their recovery,
,, All persons indebtcu to said es
tate will please make Immediate
payment to the undersigned. - -
This the 11th day .if August, 1994.
WiL-lam E Craft
" Administrator of the
estate of Eliza N. Jones,
deceased.
9-23-6t-D.CO.
Legal Hofifes
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The undersigned having qualified
as administrator of the estate of
Eliza N. Jones, deceased, late of
Duplin County, this is to notify all
persons having claim", against said
estate to present them to the un
dersigned on or before the 11th day
of August, 1955, or this notice will
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COMPARE
The Ranges you see, Feature by Feature, and
you will find that
TAPPAN
Super-Sixty Series are the only Gas Stoves that J
features the Visualite Oven, Lift-off Oven Door,
High Center Oven and Covetop.
LET US DEMONSTRATE
Installed From ... $129.75 Up
TOWN And COUNTRY
L. P. BOTTLE and BULK GAS
Kinston Pink Hill Goldsboro Tarboro
NOTICE OF f ALE
OF PEKSONAL PROrERTY
7orth 'aroiin i
D' ilin County
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in a certain chat
tie mortgage executed by Guy Hin
son, dated the 24th day of Febru
ary, 1953, and recorded in Book 3
C at page 353, in the office of the
Register of Deeds of Duplin County,
North Carolina, default having been
made in the payment of the indebt
edness thereby secured and said
chattle mortgage being by the terms
thereof subject to foreclosure, the
undersigned mortgagee will offer
for sale at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash at the
courthouse door in Kenansville,
North Carolina, at noon on the 11th
day of October, 1954, the property
conveyed in said chattel mortgage,
the same being described as fol
lows: "1 New GMC Pickup Motor No.
228462276 Serial No. P51383" (1953
model)
The said property will be avail
able for inspection at the time
and place of sale.
This, the 15th day of September,
1954.
Bank Of Mount Olive
Mortgagee
9-23-2t-Bank MTt Olive
lege. ,
Mr.- and Mrs. Moses Memborn, Mr.
and Mrs. M. W. Simmons, Mrs. Pat
Robinson and Miss Edna Sutton of
Goldsboro were among visitors for
Sunday morning church - services
and visited relatives during the day.
several A. u. W. members went
to Red Hill Saturday for Institute
day.
Earl Mathews of Clinton was a
hurch visitor Sunday morning
James Parker, a tobacco auction
eer in Whiteville, spent the week
end with his family here. L . -
Lewis Outlaw attended his bat
tery reunion of World War I vet
erans held in New- Bern Sunday.
Quite a number from ' this " sec
tion will be In Raleigh Tuesday for
the annual FCX meeting.
The Young Adult Sunday School
class will hold their regular meet
ing Tuesday night in the social
room of the church. I
Mrs. Hubert Lewis, Jr., of Golds
boro spent Saturday night and Sun
day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Gordon K. Outlaw. -
Mr. and Mrs. i, H. Parker at
tended funeral services for Ira W. , -Parker
at his Borne near Mt Olivet
Sunday afternoon. . . n, v ;.
Mrs. Katie Outlaw, president cl- -led
the meeting to order. Mra. V.
B. Bowerlng gave the worship setv
vices. After a short business session;,,
Mrs. H. A. Outlaw directed the pro-, o
gram. The meeting closed with Mizv
pah benediction. A social hour with
refreshments was : enjoyed by, 14 '
members and one visitor. .
Outlaw's Bridge
By MRS. J. H. PARKER
The Home Demonstration Club
will meet in the home of Miss Sal
lie Outlaw with Mrs. Jesse Outlaw,
co-hbstess, Monday September 20
at 3:30 p. m. All members are urg
ed to be present.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kelly and
children Dennis and Patsy of Chest
er, Pa., were visitors with Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Thomas Kelly and oth
er relatives several days last week.
Gerald Simmons, a B. F. Grady
High School graduate, left last
Thursday aftefrnoon for State Col-
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BARLEY
WHEAT
All our grains are Onion
and Corn cockle Free
214-16 Heritage Street
PARROTT BROS.
Kinston, N. C.
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BOWS OUT OF RETAIL BUSINESS IN KINSTON
Pearson's Recently decided and have lots of Fall and Winter
Merchandise which must be sold before or by January 1, 1955. Close
outs in all departments.
SPECIAL PRICES on NEW FALL and WINTER MERCHANDISE
1 RACK. LADIES AND CHILDRENS SKIRTS Vz PRICE
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LADIES SHOES
1 LOT
$7.95 to $12.95 Value
Now $5.99
AIRMAN SHIRTS
White Broadcloth
Life Insured Collar
$2.37
LADIES SUITS
$19.85 to $59.50
$13.77 to $47.77
ONE RACK
LADIES RAINCOATS
With Hats
$5.95 up
Not Plastic
Greatly Reduced
Complete Stock Household Furnishings
Closing Out Beautiful Selection Of Costume Jewelry
LADIES DRESSES
$6.95 to $19.85
$5.88 to $16.88
I LOT
LADIES SWEATERS
UP TO Vi OFF
All Materials All Sizes
Harry Pearson's
DEPARTMENT STORE
KINSTON, N. C.
WE ARE IN THE BUSINESS
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MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE
LONG OR SHORT TERMS :
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IS LEADING THE BIG FOUR MARKETS
IN POUNDS, DOLLARS AND HIGHEST AVERAGE
Kinston's Average Last
Week $55-52
EASTERN BELT'S AVERAGE LAST WEEK $53.11
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