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DELIVER SCRIP IRON
Keep Defense Plants
Information from the various stool mills throughout this
country indicates a shortage of sorap iron of all kinds . . .
Those materials and metals are hadlv needed and ho ask
that you sell your salvage metals now. We appreciate the
fact that the returns from the sales are comparatively small;
it is considerable trouble to salvage old metals, hut don't
forgot . . when vou sell old iron and metals von are niak
ing some contribution to the winning of this war. And don't
oritioiso the government and its agencies unless vou are do
ing your part. Scrap tin. copper, brass, zinc. load, aluminum,
radiators, junk batteries, auto tiros, scrap rubber and paper
can he sold and used in our war efforts.
Farmers Increase Peanut Acreage
Oil produced from peanuts is hudly needed us u food ingredient and also for produelion
of war materials. You can eontriluite niueli to your countrv and to the w inning of this
war if you will produce all the peanuts possible. The dividends, or the profit, realized
from this crop is comparatively small when considered with some of our other money
crops.?However, vou will ho rendering a real service to your go>ornniont and to the pco
ple of this country.?
Save Cars, Tires and Gasoline
TRADE IN WILLIAMSTON
There never was any reasonable or legitimate excuse for trading out of town hut we can
not refrain from reminding the people of this section of the absolute necessity of buying
at home. A national emergency exists and when you shop in Willinmstoii you save time,
your ear, your tires, your gasoline and other incidental expenses. The stores of Willinm
stoii are adequately stocked with fine merchandise, whether it he groceries, hardware, or
wearing apparel selected from the finest woolens and fabrics. Prices are always reason
able in Williamston and you are accorded every courtesy and consideration when mak
ing purchases in this growing and thriving town.