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A PAGE OF LEGAL NOTICES AND WANT-ADS.
NOTICE NOTICE OF RE-SALE By virtue of the authority con tained in a certain judgment and order of re-sale in that certain special proceeding entitled W. C. Williams, Administrator of the es tate of Lucile E. Marcher-Metzner, deceased et al, ex parte” of record in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court for Halifax County, North Carolina, the undersigned Commissioner will on Saturday, December 16, 1939, beginning at 10 o’clock A.M. and continuing from time to time or from day to day until completed, on the premises of said Lucile E. Marcher-Metzner, deceased, (her homplace) located near the City of Roanoke Rapids North Carolina, offer for re-sale at public auction to the highest bid der or bidders for cash the follow ing described real property, to-wit: All that certain tract or parcel of land lying and being situate m Roanoke Rapids Township, Hali fax County, North Carolina lying and being on both sides of the Roa noke Rapids-Thelma road and bounded on the North by the Sea board Air Line Railway Company right-of-way; on the East by the Mrs. Winnie Simmons property, a 4 25 acre tract known as Tract No. 21 of the Marcher property and the W. G. Clary property; on the South by Chockoyotte Creek; and °nthe West by the property of Troy Hol oman; said tract containing 102.75 acres, more or less, and being cut up into smaller tracts known as Tracts Nos. 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20 on that certain map of the es tate of Mrs. Lucile E. Marcher Metzner made by Charles E. Fos ter, C. E. October 20, 1939. There is excluded and excepted from the above description an one-half (%) acre church lot located on Tract No. 18 and the cemetery located on Tract No. 16. All bids will be subject to the approval of the court. Other terms and conditions will be announced at the sale. The bidding at said re-sale will begin on the respective tracts as follows: Tract No. 14 at $308.00; Tract No. 15 at $577.50; Tract No. 16 at $1769.25; Tract No. 17 at $1050.00; Tract No. 18 at $630.00; Tract No. 19 at $840.00; and Tract No. 20 at $725.00. This notice dated and posted this the 28th day of November, 1939. M. S. BENTON, Commissioner. 2t-A&B-12-7 Mothers Help Girls When girls are weak, run-down, nervous, subject to periodic pains, many a mother knows those may be (Only symptoms of functional dys-| menorrhea due to malnutrition 'which many find are relieved by' CARDUI. It helps build physical resistance through improved appe tite and digestion. Also reported, by many is that CARDUI, taken just before and during “the time,”, helps to ease the pain, — > BUCK $1.00 WHY GAMBLE on a watch you never heard of when you can buy a real for so little money. The Ingersoll Buck costs only $1.00. Other pocket and wrist models to $3.95. shine like lhe Help ^-SoxTo.lhPcwae. sia*s..wseCal° 'oof n rowon iy>» <1 I tL.M ,».*» Many of Hollywood’s brightest stars use Calox to help bring out the natural lustre of their teeth— and you can rely on Calox too. Pure, wholesome, pleasant-tasting, approved by Good Housekeeping! Bureau, five tested ingredients, blended accord*, ing to the formula of a foremost dental authority, make Calox an economical tooth powder that can’t harm tooth enamel. Get Calox today at your drug store. Five sizes, from 10£ to $1.25. Copt- 1M» MaZ—1 * MMm. lac N°TICE NOTICE OF RE-SALE By virtue of the authority con tained in a certain order of re-sale in that certain special proceeding entitled “Agnes R. Cheek et al, ex parte" of record in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court for Halifax County, North Carolina, the undersigned Commissioner will on Friday, the 15th day of Decem ber, 1939. beginning at 10 o’clock A.M. and continuing from time to time or from day to day until completed, at or near the main en trance from Roanoke Rapids-Wel don highway to Grant Brick Works just West of the Town of Weldon, North Carolina, offer for re-sale at public auction to the highest bid der or bidders for cash the follow ing described tract or parcel of land lying and being situate in Weldon Township, Halifax County, North Carolina, more particularly described as follows: No. 4: Beginning in the center of the old ford where the old road from Weldon to Roanoke Rapids crosses Chockoyotte Creek; thence running in a Northerly direction down said creek approximately 2588 feet to a forked birch at a fence line in the John R. Crew line; thence along said Crew line, a chopped line, N. 70° 10’ W. 3013 feet to a stone in the W. T. White head line; thence along said White head line, a chopped line, S. 19° 30’ W. 1238 feet to a stake in the old country club road near a large pine; thence along said country club road S. 63° E. 287 feet; S. 47° 20’ E. 1071 feet; S. 54° 45’ E. 541 feet; S. 44° E. 400 feet; S. 28° E. 100 feet to the point of beginning, the same containing 96.90 acres, more or less, and being Division No. 1 allotted to Sallie A. Ponton in a division of her mother’s estate.? The above described tract or > parcel of land will be sold subject to any rights-of-way and ease ments of the power company and telephone and telegraph company, for power, telephone and telegraph lines and subject to all rights and easements by reason of roads, thoroughfares or otherwise togeth er with any and all leases on said property. Other terms and conditions will be announced at the sale. The bidding at said re-sale will begin at $1391.25. This notice dated and posted this 29th day of November, 1939. M. S. BENTON, Commissioner. 2t-A&B-12-7 CHOCKOYOTTE KUTQg ft. YKX+ Mgfc NOTICE ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as Administrat or of the estate of John Claude Smith, deceased, late of Halifax County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned at Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina, on or before the 16th day of No vember, 1940, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said es tate will please make immediate payment. This the 16th day of November, 1939 C. CARLTON CANNON, Admin istrator of Estate of John Claude Smith, deceased. Allsbrook & Benton, Attorneys. 6t-A&B-12-21 NOTICE NORTH CAROLINA HALIFAX COUNTY In the Superior Court WADE HAMPTON McCANTS, Plaintiff - VS - ELLEN O'LETTA McCANTS, Defendant The defendant above named will take notice that an action entitled as above has been commenced in the Superior Court of Halifax County, by the plaintiff against the defendant, to secure an absolute divorce on statutory grounds, and that she is required to be and ap pear at the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court for the County of Halifax, in the town of Halifax, North Carolina, within thirty (30) days from the 9th day of Decem ber, 1939, and answer or demur to | the complaint which has been filed in the office of the Clerk of the ! Superior Court of said county, as ! provided by law in such cases, and | let the defendant further take no tice that if she fails to answer or demur to said complaint before the 11th day of January, 1940, the plaintiff will apply to the court for [the relief demanded in the com ' plaint. This the 16th day of November, 1939. Sue E. Selden, Assistant Clerk of the Superior Court of Halifax County, North Carolina. 4t-A&B-12-7 NOTICE I _ Under the power and authority of a deed of trust executed Janu ary 1st, 1920, by W. H. Warwick and Ida W. Warwick, his wife, to Nannie K. Jones, Trustee, and re corded in Book 317-P 404, office of Register of Deeds for Halifax county, made to secure certain notes therein described and de faulting in the payment thereof, and at the request of the holder the undersigned Trustee will, on the 29th, day of December, 1939, Fred Forest & Company General Contractors All types Building Construction and Repair Work. Dial R-709-1 Roanoke Rapids, N. G. FAHEY and DAUGHTREY Plumbing | Contractors State License Ne. 2SS INSTALLATIONS AMD REPAIR WORK Estimates Cheerfully _Furnished INDIGESTION Sensation&l Relief from Indigetbon and One Dose Proves It 77 the first dose of this pleasant-tastlng little bVick tablet doesn't bring you the fastest and most complete relief you hare experienced send bottle back to ur and get DOUBLE MONEY BACK. This Bell-ans tablet helps the stomach digest food, makes the excess stomach fluids harmless and lets vou eat the nourishing foods you need. For heart burn. sick headache and upsets so often caused by excess stomach fluids making you feel sour and sick all over—JUST ONE DOSE of Bell-ans proves speedy relief. 25e everywhere. at eleven o’clock in the forenoon in front of the Court House door in Halifax, North Carolina, sell to the highest bidder the following described land; Lying and being in North Caro lina, Halifax county, Littleton township, being the same land, house and lot, conveyed by H. J. Cordle to M. S. lies, containing Three acres, more or less, begin ning at corner of garden in Burwell line, then a south westerly course, 30 P. 11 L. to a stake in Bowers line, then a westerly course 19 P. 29 L. to a stone in H. J. Cordle line, corner, then a north westerly course 22 P. 17 L. to East Avenue, Cordle corner, then in an easterly direction along said Avenue 18 P. 27 L. to the beginning. It being Lots Nos. 1 and 2 of a plat made from a survey of H. J. Cordle lots on said street. Reference is made to Book 253 p, 54, above Registry. This November, 29, 1939. NANNIE K. JONES, Trustee. 4t-JMP-12-21 QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptoms of Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACID FreeBookTells of HomeTreatmentthat Must Help or it Will Cost You Nothing Over one million bottles of the WILLARD TREATMENT have been sold for relief of symptoms of distress arising from Stomach and Duodenal Ulcers doe to Excess Add Poor Digestion, Sour or Upset Stomach, Gassiness, Heartburn, Sleeplessness, etc, due to Excess Add. Sold on 16 days' trial I Ask for “Willard’s Message” which fully expiates this treatment—free—at Browning’s Drug Store Littleton 10t-12-4 Dr. E. D. Harbour Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted Prices Reduced. Office over Shell Furniture Co. ROANOKE RAPIDS, N. a I Additional Insertions—Per Line—6c We positively do not send solicitor for Want-Ads or accept them over the telephone as All Want-Ads MUST be paid strictly CASH-IN. ADVANCE. Count five words to line. Minimum Ad.—25c. WANTED WANTED: Small second hand cash register. Taylors Drug Store. Dial R-321. st-ll-28tf POULTRY LARGE CHICKENS, almost up to broiler size 20c each. Also three weeks old chicks 12c. Halifax Farmers Supply Co., C. A. Wyche, Mgr., Dial R-512-1. SPECIAL NOTICES GREETING CARDS THAT TALK. They speak plainly, Merry Christ mas, Hello Sweetheart, Happy New Year. Come and hear them. Hali fax Farmers Supply Co., C. A. Wyche, Mgr-, Dial R-512-1. FOB BENT MERCANTILE Building for rent. Apply Mrs. K. Jenkins. st 7-6tf Announcements LIMITED SUPPLY Miller’s Clas sified business Directory of Roa noke Rapids (supplement to the City Directory) available FREE upon presenting this Ad. to the Herald office, or if you live out of-town enclose 5c (stamp or coin) to cover cost of packing and mail ing. Call or write: Advertising Department, The Roanoke Rapide Herald, Roanoke Rapids, N. O. 8-24-tf FOB SALE UNIVERSAL ELECTRICAL AP PLIANCES. Ideal for Xmas gifts. Toasters, Waffle Irons, Broilers, Percolators. All chromium plated. Attractive prices. Halifax Farm ers Supply Co., C. A. Wyche, Mgr., Dial R-512-1. Treat Yourself to a New ROASTER for HOLIDAY TURKEYS We have them in all sizes, and will include a White-Enamel Handy Tray FREE with each Roaster! Brick-Lined Hot Blast Coal Heaters do not “burn out.” Come and see our large stock of Heaters. HALIFAX FARMERS SUPPLY CO. C. A. WYCHE, Mgr. Koa. Av. & 11th Dial R-512-1 Roanoke Rapids, N. C.