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tw. r Camr Willi, tendance of seventeen r.c
Deep Sua: B. C. Casper, Willi , M it TOS r
, HX. Clive: Pestus Powell, Leoa
I. Whitfield. Claud Bail ;
Xiaitoai Hunter Bldg. Barber
bill, check, or post of See awne? or
der, and mail, bring, or send it
to The Timet office in Kenaaa
vilee. If yoa delay yon may forgot
a. vo it today!
Baring the past week the fol
lowing person hare earned r a
place oa the Times honor roll. ' : t
Km Eittie 8. Xomegay, Goldsr
B. Sinunoaa, Burgaw, ,
C. L Phillips, Faisoa. .
We were atoo honored by tie r .
ence of our county I'rebiuOJit, 1-3.
F. F. Newkirk. All c';b members
I hope she will come aain.
making of filled sandwich biscuits
and molasses cookies, which we all
An the dub is without a presi
dentor vice-present ,and also
time to elect new onioers, a nouu
natimr committee. Mrs. Zack Wil
liams, Kiss Buby JUaa Swinson,
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Whv Patronize Your Home County Market?
Government Figures Show WALLACE Pays
Hfohcr Prices Than The Larger rilarkets
HIGHER PRICES SHORTER HAULS
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the bnlncs was over &e hostess
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Eev. J. H. Whitmore, D. D., of m&Le em'.', nt Juice w;li fine f";a-
Wilmiiston arriTed ia Kenans- vor. rs. LotIs cotjiucd. Tie
vil Vednes2ay evenkj to t?aCLom&i grrje nicies psrlieps the
a week's revival in the Presbyter
ian church. Eli cpenirj sermsn
was a call to prayer, "Cisd forlii
that I should sin against God ia
best tf . all, and does not require
tie auction cf any srar.
CLe also stated tiiat cold press-
led juice is superior in flavor to
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W'TT'CB : 22.91
'XAIBOBO .; 120.64
WILLIAKSTOH . $19.78
BOCKY aTOTJBT . . J '
sursTON . : f 21-11
SfflTHFIELD - $24.33
SELL' Ydl)R NEXT LOAD WITH US
A SALE EVERY DAY
PEBSOBAL, COBBTBOVS CBTICB. . . . .WS QBABABTEE THE HIGHEST P08.
SQtLB DOLLAB FOB YGTB. TCSAOCO . . . .
; i BRICK WAREHOUSE
WALLACE, N. C. J
: . . 0.C. Elanchard, Prop. - -
ceasing to pray." Ruling to pray 'hot .pressed juice. Only sound, ripe
ii ob, and reaps it tell com me fruit slioCi be used. -individual,
his family, his church I : in the cold-pressed method,
and his community. ' - ' crush the grapes and strain thru
Bev. T. L Eafcht preached cheese cloth, then let the juice
Honday evening' on Jesus as the! stand one hour. This should be
teacher, and Bev. 9. : L, ' Jones strained or filtered through .flan
spoke Tuesday evening on Value 'uel poured into jars or bottles,
of the soul I and pasteurised for one or two
Br. Whitmore will speak twice I minutes at 185 degrees fahrenheit.
daily, except Sunday through nertl . After it has stood for eight
Wednesday. Epeaxing each morn- months, syphon off the juice and
ing at 9 ,and each evening at ?; repasteurue at the same temper-
45. The public is most corauuy.ature as tefore.
invited to attend.
t Bev. 0. A. Wilson, the new
superintendent of Home Uissions
ia Wilmington Presbytery yrill
berin a week's revival at. Stan
ford Presbyterian Church, near
Mt. Olive oa September 28 at 7 :30.i
Services will oontuue throughout
the week with a morning and eve
ning service. ." , '
For making hot-pressed juice,
pick, wash, press, and cook the
grapes until the seeds separate.
Strain through cheesecloth, cool,
and filter through flannel Add
m cup of sugar to every gallon
WALLACE,N.C.' ; -
1 s Brinj your tobacco to the Farmer's Ware-
house, better linown as the Old Bray Warehouse
in Wallace, where vrc can boastinly say thatrr i
NO HOUSE 111 EASTERN NORTH CARO
LINA HAS SOLD TOBACCO HIGHER AC -CORDITG
TO GIlADSS. ,
We sold today good grades of tobacco at
$32 to $43 pier hundred. Why not hrin?t ycur to; -baccb
to Walkxe, and Sell at the Old Dray
V archcuse, f renting t!:3 Railroad, Imown today
- ; ? THE FART.IZR'S H0US2 w : -Sd!l
and cct hc2 tli2 tasno day. Our Sales
L1zt.z':zt, Llr. Currin, runs a cnppy zzlz every
C" fr f7wf' CTlk. m7s" '.'V-.
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A "traveler oassiwr over the im
proved road between Wallace and
Burgaw stated that the road was
"slick." Upon being asked what
he meant, he said that it was to
smooth that the oar just seemed
to slip over it We can rejoioe that
the much abused roads are getting
into fine shape again. , f ;
BAvinVr this day Qualified as ex
ecutors of the will of J. W. Killer,
deoeased, late of Duplla County,
Borth Carolina, I hereby notify all
' persons having claims against the
estate of the said deceased to pre'
(sent them to us, duly verified,
within twelve months from date
hereof, or this notice will be plead
ed in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate
will please make immediate pay
This 16th day of September. 19-
37. 1 " - '
. . ' C0YD.13LLEB, ;
. ' Executors.
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Starring Beulah BOJnSB, Victor' I.:CCS
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Starring William EOYD
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