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Want-Ad Deadline Closes Tuesday!
Positively None Accepted After Then For Publication That Week! CASH-IN-ADVANCE WANT-AD RATES 10c PER LINE PER ISSUE COUNT FIVE AVERAGE WORDS TO LINE DOUBLE RATE FOR KEYED ADS! We positively do not send solicitor for Want-Ads or accept them over the telephone as All Want-Ads MUST be paid strictly CASH-Df AI)VANCE. Count five words to line. Minimum Ad — 26c. WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY—5 or 6-room house; frame or brick in good re sidential section. Will pay cash il price is reasonable. Call Mrs. C. M, Reynolds at R-872-1; 84 Washing ton St. City. FARM WANTED—I want to pur chase a farm, within five miles ol Roanoke Rapids, from 10 to 40 acres; mostly or entirely cleared; on good road; electricity available. May be without buildings, but pre fer good residence. Give descrip tion and price. J. M. Seaver, Mar garettsville, N. C. 11-25 tf WANT TO BUY—Used tricycle, or toys of any kind. Please bring to Brown’s Furniture Company. LOST AND FOUND LOST — One golden brown and white female Collie. Well trained and affection ate. If she is tied, please turn her loose. “LASSIE, COME HOME.” 4t-12-30 tun SALt, FOR SALE—One good used wood medium sized range at a very low price. See it at 907 Hamilton St. Would swap it for small trailer._ FOR SALE—Eastman Kodak; size 116, with carrying case and film. $35. Cash. Dial R-709-1. FOR SALE — Childs Desk and Chair. 407 Jefferson St. FOR SALE—1936 Oldsmobile; Good tires; fair mechanical condition; heater; clock; extra tubes. $350. Apply 1127 Henry St. * FOR SALE—Child’s metal pedal car. Good condition. 811 Franklin Street. FOR SALE—Columbian girls bi cycle, practically new, pre-war manufacture. Phone R-524-6. FOR SALE—135 yds. of standard laurel roping at 8 l-2c per yd. Call Merchants Ass’n. R-369. FOR SALE—4 lots for sale on Lit tleton highway. R. L. Britton, 1314 Washington St, Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 2-t-12-16. FOR SALE: Washington Frogil Oil Heater; latest model, and 50-gal. steel oil drum, for $50. cash. See Bill Alligood, 1219 Washington St.; Dial R-791-6. 4t-12-9 r1 — ■ -i CALL W. J. BLACK When You Need Any Kind Of HAULING Day Phone -730-8 Night Phone R-792-1 UNUSUAL GIFTS, see our large stock of Ornamental Glass and Pot tery, and sets of China. Excellent gift items. Halifax Farmers Sup ply Co., C. A. Wyche, Mgr., Dial R 512-1. ANNOUNCEMENTS CLOSING THE >L\RT SHOP __Due to existing circumstances be yond our control, the management of the Mart' Shop located at 915 Roanoke Ave. deems it necessary to close for the duration. With a good line of costume jewelry, pic ture frames, fountain pens, china, luncheon and dinner sets now being sold at and below present day cost. Buy now at a big saving and Buy Bonds with the difference. BOYS’ 24-inch bicycle for sale. Tripp’s Bicycle Shop, Belmont. CABBAGE PLANTS for sale. H. B. Twisdale, West Rosemary. 4-t. SPECIAL NOTICES SHOES LEFT over 30-days will be sold for charges; shop closed all day Wednesdays. American Shoe Shop. 12-30. STOVE PIPE, Elbows and fittings. We have just what you need for putting up your winter stove; if in need of repairs,. See, Halifax Farm ers Supply Co., C. A. Wyche, Mgr., Dial R-512-1. PERMANENT WAVE, 59c! Do your own Permanent with Charm Kurl Kit. Complete equipment in cluding 40 curlers and shampoo. Easy to do, absolutely harmless. Praised by thousands including Fay McKenzie, glamour movie star. Money refunded if not satisfied. Rosemary Drug Co. 15t-2-12-44 LEAVING for Washington, D. C., Sunday, Dec 19th. Driving Station Wagon .Can take 3 passengers. Jack Erwin. Phone R-808-1. A I WBESiSR G We are Dealers for the Famous — G Manufactured By I THE GLIDDEN COMPANY I HALIFAX FARMERS I SUPPLY CO. G Phone R-fiU-1 a A. WYCHE, Myr. GLASS—We have large stock of single and double strength glass in commercial sizes and we can fur nish plate and mirror glass on short notice. Also 8 and 12 light window sashes. We also have in stock windshield and door glasses for Ford, Chevrolet and Plymouth cars. Phone R-512-1. Halifax Farmers Supply Co. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Having qualified as Adminlstratix of the Estate of W. M. Erwin, de ceased, late of Halifax County, North Carolina this is to notify all persons having claims against the said estate to exhibit the same to the undersigned at Roanoke Rap ids, North Carolina on or before the 8th day of December, 1944, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. _All persons indebted to said estate will please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 7th day of December 1943. Nellie H. Erwin, Administratrix of the Estate of W. M. Erwin, Deceased: W. B. Allsbrook, Attorney. NOTICE TRUSTEE’S SALE OIF REAL ESTATE (By Substituted Trustee) Pursuant to the power and au thority contained in a certain deed of trust dated the 29th day of June, 1935, executed by H. L. Bell (widow er) to T. C. Abernethy, Trustee, which deed of trust is duly regist ered in the office of the Register of Deeds of Halifax County, North Carolina, in Book 442, page 345, se curing a certain note payable to Home Owners’ Loan Corporation, default having been made for a period of more than ninety (90) days in the payment of said note as provided therein and in the perfor mance of certain covenants set out in said deed of trust and demand of foreclosure having been made by the holder of said indebtedness, the undersigned Trustee, having been substituted as Trustee, for T. C. Abernethy, said substitution being duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Halifax Coun ty, North Carolina, in Book 529, page 591, will offer for sale at pub lic auction to the highest bidder for clock noon on the 20th day of De cash at the Court House door in Halifax, North Carolina at 12 o’ __________ I cember, 1943 the following describ ed real estate, to wit: .All that cer tain lot, ’ tract or parcel of lane situate, lying and being near tfi< City of Roanoke Rapids, Roanoke Rapids Township, County of Hali fax, State of North Carolina, and more particularly described and de fined as follows: Beginning at a stake at the South west intersection of Bolling Boat and Wilson Street, running thenc< along the Southern line of Bollin; Road N. 78 deg. 15 min. W. 150 feel to a stake in the Northeast cornel of Lot No. 17 of the H. L. Bel property; thence along the H. L Bell line S. 11 deg. 45 min. W. 251 feet to an iron stake at the North west corner of Lot. No. 52 of the H L. Bell property; thence along the H. L. Bell line S. 78 deg. 15 min. E 150 feet to a stake on the Weeteri line of Wilson Street; thence alonj the Western line of Wilson Streei ±1 ueg. ia mm. Hi. sou reel to tin point of beginning, and being Loi No. 16 according to a plat of the property of N. C. Hines Realty Cor poration made by E. C. Smith, Jr. November 26, 1927, recorded in Maj Book 3 at page 67, Halifax Public Registry; and being the same prop erty surveyed and platted by Joe D Shearin, Jr., June 22, 1935, copy of said map or plat now being on file with the Home Owners’ Loan Cor poration, and being a part of the identical property conveyed to H L. Bell by deed of J. E. Buck arid wife dated November 2, 1917, re corded in Book 281, Page 369, Hali fax Public Registry; reference tc said maps and deeds being herebj made for a greater certainty oi description. The purchaser at this sale will be required to make a cash deposit ol five per cent of the purchase tc show good faith. This, the 16 day of November, 1943. R. Paul Jamison, if Substituted Trustee Irwin Clark, Attorney 5t-lc-12-2S STUDY CLUB MEETS The Study Club met on Fridav afternoon at the home of Mrs. A» ' Meikle. Mrs. Matthew Broun, I president of the club, presided, and '■ during the business session the ■ club voted to take one of the Op ; portunity Families for Christmas 1 The program was educational. Mrsl I Edmund Berkley gave a talk on ■ England and her Possessions, us • .ing a large map to illustrate her ■ talk. Each member brought a . piece of English Art, and an ex ! hibit was held at the close of thC , program, with many fine pieces i being displayed. Plumb Pudding, : Christmas cakes and tea were en : ioved at refreshment time: The roll call was answered by the fol : lowing: Mesdames A. E. AkeriJ Edmund Berkley, Matthew Broun, L. W. Clements, H. E. Lee, T. R. Manning, R. L. Towe, Robert Vaughan, Almond White and C. A. Wyche. Dr. E. D. Harbour Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted ® Office Ovei Shell Furniture Co. ROANOKE RAPIDS, N. C. To All Owners of Real and Personal Property Of Halifax County On January 1st. List Takers will bogin taking the list of prop erty for taxes at its true value in money as of January 1. As required by law and by order of Board of Commissioners list taking will continue through January after which the legaL. penalty for failure to list will be invoked upon each person who neglects to list his property for taxes. List your property at once with List Takers in the township where you reside. Brinkleyville Township_C. A. Mabr/ Butterwood Township_Mrs. R. S. Clark Conoconara Township_J. R. Edmondson Enfield Township-R. E. Shervette Faucetts Township. _ _H. O. Hiuft Halifax Township_W. P. Avent Littleton Township_H. C. Morris Palmyra Township_L. W. Leggett Roanoke Rapids Township__A. E. Aker% Roseneath Township_H. C. Bass Scotland Neck Township_B. F. Bracy Weldon Township_Mrs. J. T. Maddrey FARM CENSUS » Each farm owner or his agent is to come prepared to report the acreage of each crop to be harvested on his or his tenants farm this year. Prepare your list now. The farm census is re quired by State Law. The farm census is of great value to each farmer in Halifax County. Please come prepared to give th# information. _■_ C. S. VINSON Tax Supervisor • 8t-l-27-44.