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| that Ail Gone Feeling • BY FABER
TELLER _ .
For some folks it will come in a frw years ar.d a chance to have things you've always
.*.• they wateh their wiser friends collect wanted. And you get a mighty poor break
when their War Bonds come due. when yt.M buy things at a time when goods
Uon't he one of the boys who're going are inferior in quality and prices are high,
to feel li:e kicking themselves...don't give So, instead of looking forward to "That
in to that urge to spend vou\ Hang on to All Gone Feeling," get set for the thrill of a
those War Bonds till they're fully matured. lifetime—the time when you can march
If you cash your Bonds in now you're proudly down to the hank and get your full
taking lighting dollars away from Uncle Sam /"" r dollars fc ' r fr(r V" ,r,Y >' oU ' Vl ' loaned >' our
just when he needs them most. You're throw- country.
ing away the best investment in the world Meanwhile, keep on buying War Bonds!
KEEP FAITH WITHiOUR.FIGHTERS
BUJCWAR.BXWDS F-QR KEEPS
The Danbury Reporter
To Property Owners
I The !!»ar ' t:»* ( Cummis; >.e> (1 Stole* Count \ ha\e ox- ™
teiv.lcJ t .•» iij: wr'.ou! };«s:a> v,stM »Vv
jj any m r. - ■ >•.t i T-iv.. >::•i •i v 1 .'A 1 , |r.-sonal
♦\, jji»!l ant! d" !-. i so your Lister in your township HKFORi; 4*
f;, KI'IU AUV 20th. After February 20 penalty will be charged ac
cording t;» law.
SEE YOUR LISTER TODAY AND DON'T TAKE ANY
CHANCE ON BEING CHARGED WITH PENALTY OR INDICT
ED BY THE GRAND JURY FOR FAILURE TO LIST. I
This February 5, 1945. * j / / r
I W7?P * BOARD OF COUNTY 8
■■V f COMMISSIONERS
ttlK DANBIRY RKPORTER, DAMU RV, NORTH CAROLINA, FKBRI ARY 8, 191.Y
late of Carilea Newsuni Ingram,
deceased, this is to notify all por
tions holding claims against sa;d
estate to present them, duly veri
* •,»'*'- «* *olt torneys oil or before t!:e Bth of
Ife; ';; • . , February. I'M i. or this :n:i e »l»
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\V. 1:. INC HAM. Adi.'i*
P.v tlu County Agent NOIHK Tobaicoville. X. C. i'.t. 1.
'I have made you many *.|. wulir ~'~ u , inK lt ■ This K,h. .i. 1,15.
might well be the caption . . , . , ... ~ ~ , . . .
lii d as Ali.r ■;:'•! . : t. • (.has. 11. Ilelsah'ck. Attv.
this picture and article. The
j ' II- shows \V. C. Watts, Km:.
: s lu' grows tul .lover. Mat:
! ir:..ers in Stokes County still
11 iieve in growing n d clover and
t".!■ i that it still pays them.
Mr. Watts grew a small grain
ro;. o:'. this fi ..1 and seeded
to i. J clovir. lie also uses |
ty o. poultry manure sir.n i..
I.eiis between L.iltu) and "
lay;::, hens. I:: 11M.1, Mr. Watts
n.oved two . t'oj sot i lover i:i
this iield and this past year i.e i
two irojs of hay. Nit only i! i
I'ri! clover make good hay ctvi'.i
lut tt also improves tin soil |\ v
ti'.ity. It fits in ecpeciallv vl'
w:th grain and livestock farmin...
Those who are growing red i lo
ver give the following no >i:e
i'ow the clover seed in smu'.!
_rain crop and on fertile set'..
Around 1- pounds of seed sh.
bo sown on each acre. You will
~ got best results by mixing t'r
seed with 400 pounds of phos
phate or with 300 pounds of in
0-12-12 fertilizer. The 0-12-12
especially recommended if lest
deza has been grown on the s >'
Farmers say they get better c!••>-
vor stands when they sow t''
seed with their grain drill. Pu*
the fertilizer and seed, mixe.i t
nether. in the fi rtili.'.er hopper ">'
the drill and let the disc rile t'*
top of the groiliv 1. This is doi
best bv releasing the springs t>"
force tlii- ,!> • into the groan 1.
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The M -.• • • .:tv«' I'.
rationeo of i.rornn«.
Mon. anil Tues., Feb. 12-13
"(iOINU MV WAV"
Wed. and Thur., Feb. 14-11
"THF GRKAT MOM F NT"
Joel McCrea Betty Held
Friday and Sat.. Febnary 18-17
"llenry Haunts a House"
[ and "SILVER CTTV KAIDFKS"
. 1 •>
"m-' '-> jrVS|U\'---
ratter— OP Just as Good?
" » 1' i ! us aren't satisfied with buying —or growing
a. _ ,ir manufacturing—something that's "just as good."
We want something better. And, in most cases, that
something better comes through competition.
Fur competition —rial competition —is something be
«.•«• two people making, or offering for sale, the same
goo.is .ir wru.ev It involves a lot more. And anybody
w ho serves the public prospers because he has something
better to oticr —whether it's ijuality, prices, service, or
a clean .ppearance and a pleasant smile.
Ke.il competition doesn't come from punitise taxes, or jf
suSmJuv or any ither sort of horse-race handicapping *
to make eserybodv in business start esen. For it isn't
e:/nj.it\ that's needed; it's the itn-tfu.tlilU'i that are the
true measure of progress.
Rial competition is the kind that encourages the
manufacturer, the farmer, or business man to get his
i,ualit\ up. his costs down, and to develop new things
h's customers want It's this kind of competition that
proiiuies something better rather than something just
as good—that insures to the public a steady increase in
the value it gets tor its money, (n'ltul LUitric Coinpj>iy,
SchtuttUniy, S Y.
Hear the G-E radio progromi G*E Ail-girl OrcS»*tra" Sunday 10 p.ti,
EAT, N3C —'The A ord Toda» " ne*»t. Monda> tVovgi Friday 6.45 p •*. EWT #
C 3$ —'Tb# G E Moutt Purt>," Mondoy fhrough Friday 4.00 p.m. EWT, CBS.
ftUY WAR BONDS
GENERAL # ELECTRIC
'RU BER 010 eiii-STRIP SIDING-,
Such baauty la youra whan you ha*a applied orer youi old aidawalla
Modarata In coat and can ba quickly applied without any (uaa and
It la made ol the Bnaat waterproof material* which will orotect your
homo tor many yaara.,. iireptotl and naada no painting to pteaerve it
Mad* la alaadatd brick colon with wUa-cut texture. Sao than today!
WILSON HROTHKRS LIIMBKR CO.,
Rural Hall, N. C.
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