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t t33.cV" We"t: " m00i 16i lb,( at H lb- at'48.00; 881ta. ;
B8 lbs. tt iSS? ' ! m ft t38 Wj 1178 ll a 37 0i bf-t SSaOO; ;
Italy limnches Biggest Battleship
Mi T-TnrnA flnf "mewe the Woman's C .
1YUSS riOme UOp , lthe Tjniversity of North Cau
T rincknwA " i 1 MissiHorne was graduated
I o j-eensbpro. . l 1 !the m 6Sch00l as ,
, : '.j ' '. : ..'. l " jdi9toriaa of her class, and is
14'GTaoeHorneBeukville,da Mrs. Dollie Bi
left'Monday for Greensboro, where! Home and the late Bobert
she will enter the'scflool or com-.norae, 01 ieuuvuie; .
Vm a&U tbcsiUd 41 wjto4 ttusir tJU (Uak in outer slid
flQiri t1 Wete, statUosj nd-l&tsr day to .Jtaitan naval
Wtotr. bm baKUshl 1 tto VHtofio-Vaoeto (3S.00O tow),; the laraeat
i UAir . sApfrantors u) ooe 0( um largest W tha world.
maiket for the past wee en
tobacco farmen received more mo- f 'b. ' -A t-;.
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- mum HMiuTinniH ! II 14 J W W -
; . w - A. Inman: S50 Iha. at 1.1ft rift, im ik. a , r H J r -
A. P. Inmnn' 19ft rh a in ni. boj it.1 I'i. m aa I V-
1 4 J. fr ,f r,:if O. a. nokomb: 458 lbs. at 134.00 ; 450 lbs. at $33.00 . V - ' '
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. 1 5 813 lbs. at $35.00; 210 lbs, at $34.00. f . r , - ' - , ' ?
- rf Earrelson & KoOueen: 600 lbs. at $38.00; 476 lbs. at $36.00. I -T, -U ' I
J. L. Karrelson: 200 lbs. it J38.00: 404 lh at .l2f f. - ' "j - X
I ;v V-V 1 11 11417,1:18011 and Da: 510 lbs. at $37.00; 484 lbs.' at $35.00r 252 lbsVat
I . S; $33.00; 248 lbs. at $32.00; 824 lbs. at $31.00; - '
I. -if f- lianeison and B. Stephens: 810 lbs. at $35.00; 242 fbs. at $3100.
- : .1 t!)-' W; A. White: 500 lbs. at $38.00; 476 lbs. at $38.00. -j
.'- aT J. O. Eish: 184 lbs. at $39.00; 150 lbs at $37.00; 170 lbs at $37.00; 174
.lbs, at $33.00; 160 lbs. at $34.00. , , '
O. O. Eigh & Atldnson i 532 lbs. at $38 ; 124 lbs.' at $35.00 ; 846 lbs. at $32.00.
'"iZsl Q' P;114 Eo"f u ibl- 45 0; 52 t900! W at $37.00;
i f 180 lbs. at (32.00. .
Coy Sell and Clayton: 100 lbs. at $40.00; 40 lbs. at $39.00; 68 lbs. at $35.00. '
U. d Stephens: 856 lbs. at $35.00: 180 lbs. at 134.00? ISA lh at ia nn- 9Wi
lbs. at $23.00. , - - " '
. ' Cammersette and lnsonr 1iS lbs at $38.00; 272 lbs. atu38.ob. - - J.
: -Krs. Annie Buckles: 80 lbs. at $40.00; 110 lbs. at $39.00: 162 11, at $38,001 '
W 282 lbs, at $34.00'. - v . 1 r . - - , i ,f
- A3D TTTB ASS THOITSATITiS 'ftV OTTTRTl rnRTAwm nmn vin vvrnmrvin
"Vnn . " ' " " w " nuI HUHI1JUI
S1K CIG VAIIEHOUSES. SETS BUYERS
"V Rcrr.cnr.bcr. Farmer Friends! . .Ycu Receive I
r!orc Cadi Llcney Fcr Every Grade On The . .
71 117 EVILLE TOBACCO MARKET
; o Joyner, oannseUoa Am interesting
As sales got underway last Mon
day several thousand farmers rep
resenting every . tobacco growing
county in eastern ' had ' deposited
hundreds of thousands 6f ; pounds
of tobacco on Wilson's nine ware
house floora. The Urst few hour
of selling brought much encour
agement as - the various grades
took an upward trend to price.
Optimism prevailed throughout the
day. Tor the. remainder of the
week prices continued strong and
held to the same price level as
was paid on Monday.
' Wilson is offering tobacco farm
ers at this time a market that has
an unexcelled buying corps, ! that
have heavy orders. These ; buyers
are backed by the strongest tobaO'
eo companies, numbering ten in
all, and have instructions to get
tobacco; This buying personnel is
really paying a higher dollar for
all grades of leaf.
Wilson is truly setting a pace
this season, and one that would
do any market proud. It la paying
a nigner dollar and a ; making
more new friends this year for the
length of time it has been oper
ating than has ever before ' been
the case. A greater quantity of
long distance tobacco is being sold
on tne local market this year and
Miss Edith Hinson, of Klnston,
spent the weekend with Miss lou
i-'Mr.; and Mrs. W. I McGhahey,
of Washington, K. O., are visiting
Mrs. Kachel Byrd.
TOP GET MORE FOR
YOOR MOIEY IN
-Firestone builds a-first
quality tire made of top grade
mater tais and sells it for less money
AS LOW U A
Missed Eudell Flowers and la-1 because Firestone passes savings along
chel Sloan left Monday for Bed
Springs where they entered Flora
mcixmaid college :
Jars. Beynolds WalL of BaleiglL
who until : her ; marriage '. three
weeks ago was Miss Louise Grump
ier, was honored at a shower Sat
urday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Lawtos Crumpler.
. Mr And Mrs. A. N. Martin, Jr.,
anw A. n., 8rd, Bpent Sunday with
friends in Rockingham.
, Miss Edna Jennette, of Calypso,
and M. B. Price, of Dudley were
married Monday morning. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Flowers
and Alfred, Jr., of Seville, Fla.,
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leon
The imeetins closed at Bear
Marsh Sunday night with four
additions in membership; The ser
mons that wen preached by Bev,
nign individual averages are be-.?. M. Duncan, of Murfreesboro,
ing paid for this produot. Wilson's'were inspiring, helpful and uplift-
to you in the form of 'exua values.
Firestone controls rubber", and cotton
supplies at their sources, manufactures
with greater efficiency and distributes
at lower cost.. Because of these
economies you get -
PROTECTION AGAINST BLOWOUTS 8
extra pounds of rubber are added to
every 100 ' pounds of cord by the
patented Gum-Dipping process.
PROTECTION AGAINST PUNCTURES
because uockr the tcead are two extra
layers of Gum-Dipped cords!
PROTECTION AGAINST SKIDDING
because th ted is scientifically
deslgnedi .. ' '
long distance grade is picking up
aaiiy and xarmers of three states
are patronizing this market
The Wilson tobacco market has
sold this season" through Thuis.
Sept. 8, a total of 9.201.634 : lbs.
and has distributed to farmers
the grand total of $1,92286.57
at a high average price.
The P. T. A met Mondav even-!
ing. Mrs. Pete Davis presided. A
committee was appointed to make1
plans to raise money for the en
larging of the library. Jlr. O. H.
Dinner, of Mt Olive, made a help-!
ful talk on "The Child in Schoo.l"
The Girls' Auxiliarv of : the
I Baptist Church met Saturday af
ternoon at the home of Miss Viola
ing to those who heard them. ,
Colman Grantham, of , Falling
Creek, was the weekend' guest of
Boyd .Walker left Tuesday mor
ning for Campbell College, where
ha entered as a student f at the
Mrs. Lola Miller, of near Fai-
son waq the guest of her brother,
Lawfon Hargrove the past week.
Mir. and Mrs. Harry KilUngs-
worth, and two children. Sarah
and Buddie and Misa Sallie ButA
ton, of Trenton, spent the week-)
end in the home ot Mrs. J. &
Bwrnson. ' . i
Mf. and Mrs. Johnnie M. Wells
and family of Bone's Chapel, vis
ited in the home, of : the latter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. K J. Dixon
Miss Anna Brock, of Warsaw,
spent part of last week with rela
LONGER NO KID MILEAGE because
oldie extaa toqgh, loogwearlng tread.
Make your car tise-afe now for fall and
winter driving, Join the Firestone SAVE
A LIFE Campaign today by' equipping
your car vim a set of new Firestone
Standard Tires today's top tire value.
FOB PftSSEMOEB tM
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coarr mi rem life or smooth vorr mm
OO YOU KMOW
THAT 1 yeu btgltwy
accidents coat the live of more
man !,000 msn, women
THAT a miflloti more were
THAT more daa 40000 !
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Strickland Sales and Service 4
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YESTEHDAVS SALE WAS THE MOST SATISFACTORY OF THE SEASON AND THE
i ::c: :2ji average price was expected by officials of the market.
Tlio ten strcnj and Competitive Bu this great market ;haye heavy; orders
fcr r'l Grades cf leaf and tiieirbayicrs haVe Instructions to GET Tobacco. ' "
F.r:.:z?j5 ARE advised to se their product in as large piles as pos:
UYZ2S FiJEFER LARGE CLEAN BASKETS OF TOBACCO, f V-
L .j.. U ilb i iilC LAlCCiii CLEAN BASICETS OF TOBACCO. j ,1 1.,-; .!
Izz rroCc:. rativc!y Lr-ht in Wilson Now, and you can be assured of gettinffi a better