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"J"1 ij the proposed veteran hospital
The Warsaw Chamber pi Pom
merce held a special meeti.Ig- last
week and unanimously: voted to
ask the administration of locate
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And t! why
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' 3 iZ: l) 3vr packing
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l .'i Ce fol
a a h:h
i i.i en address
' ' "Ida last De'
: .. r 13 U.
r y ?'artment of eov
, iiig to control or
r;.'..wons. of labor - and
' ii i a Vab'jngton of
opposition is well
1 fr tlie power to fix v a
l vrne either carries with
.11 lead to the authority to
; i mmum wages and the grad
i i f wages between the min
i a f..d maximum. i 1
I A'ycrs of labor in recent
; st-ls in New Orleans declared
' .t tl.e passage of any such legis
,,.ja would result in serious ec
, mio disturbances, create more
unemployment, and would in ef
f t place both labor and industry
u.i Vr bureaucratic control." . This
cor'aence also pointed out that
Ve the Core Ewe:. .-Jo ,lla t
B. II. S. i -
Hake candles afl eouk f. It tLJ
are tie best. , 4
With our stoves, we ar? ts crrcTJ
alterably op-, And'someti we 'sum own f
We keep everytlarj so seat ri
We sweop cur kIU,Lea, eve; 7
twice; , .
When we Lave fluILw3, 5.1c ."1
see a crumb ' k
Oud visitors look around 61 L.'
their tongue. . ( . .
Mr. Johnson gave the Hjmi Tseir
omio Department great b:';
1 'hand '
A large sum of money to bay pots
The State also had something to
do, ' '' ' ,- ' -
That is it gave us two new stoves
c 1 i,ry simuar eiion s xo vouirvx , , t
v . ri and hour by law in foreign j.
coTintires sign'ly failed except ;1 j1.cr.rottm dose to onr kitchen:
It includes a table, tlx cLairs, and
7 1 1 j t ! r.it.1 rooting
it i j t :e vines are
71 t i j y be placed on
j 1 - j f t i .rvals of every
i tt. 1 1 tLis way several
a;e s I from one cane.
a vines tU be ready fro plant
x they have remained cov-
eied for one season.
under complete dictatorships and
then with a total loss of freedom
of actionJy labor and lower lir
r rarm croups oppose;" Federal
The 8:311 of-
Warsaw, U. C. J;
HMlSi-WrMklns runcflOMd :
fwre r'-i-t'onal pains of men-
vt -t. vmpliig spells and Jan
4 . i mari & u no rob a womua ot lr'
rttural. joi nful freslaiefJi. txJ
1 n'e taco too cucen
j 'i i iule.ll
sti i of vuln h'," trarl
f 1 AU t 3 1 ' t V cy s
t $ h e - f'1 B 1
t j t i f a. in thu.i
f . 1 u o-ier' N.uel
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r urc ' metfltdoesnt
I 1 j, t a your t clur.
We have one large window cover
' ed in Jaoe, " - .
Four shelves,' two bookoases, one
' radiator and a pretty vase.
Mr. Eargett, and Mist Sneeden are
0. bo finer
We carry them in our diningroom
and let them dine. , '
With our host, hostess and guest,
we have a fine time, t a
We treat them very fine, sa they
will let ui get out almost any
time.," i.V'itiVf1 "l iJ V
We are very proud and fond ol
. our kitchens, , . j,'-''
If anybody thinks we would give
iv up Home Economics, they can
go to the dickens. ' ,
We want to study it as long as we
live," - - - 4 -'
And when we die we want :; to
, think of it stilL ' t ;
Dora Helen Edwards
C'J Scrap Iron .
' r -"p Cast Aluminum '
r j fcet Lead
' : p Llock Tin '
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DUPLIII YOUITQ MAS Iff KATY
I)aniel Battle 8eawell, age 17,
unn.of Mr. and lbs. Charles Eea-
well of Koute No. , Wallace, TS. C.
was enlisted in the Kavy xnursy
Jan. 20, 1938. Young Seawea was
sent to the Havy Training jCiat
ion. Hamnton Eoads, Va- where
he will receive three months nav
al training before being assigned
to duty in some ship of the "0. S.
I. ct. " "
EeaweH was enlisted in! the
navy through the llecrulti' Of
fice Room 3. Tost C-Ioe 1 'j.,
Wilmington, which oflice wl 1 ac
comodate f-" -s fT r "' ' -t
from tl.e toi z .""' - "
plin, Pender, C- ca, Trrr- .
Eladcn, CoiuiLl'-s a" l i sw 1-
over. 'Ail r. c. 11 - - -
in the ahove Cv si n
at tie ViLnirton C::ioe.
1. n..i e-tcr
'-.!' 1 tf c 1 as re-
c ly rv. ry. TLe
i j (' i' -' -s announce the
r , r C, 11 A. IL: Eur-
. L. 7. I !er; Kack
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1 1 . 13, 11 A. H Zla
I ' - , -..7. L. .'. Hv.Mlorj At
I . I . T. L. CLiik; Teathey,
lA V. T. Li Carrie; WiSard,
r v. 0. I ness.
ly, 0, 11 A. Jti
r-wea, Eev. W. P. H. Carrie;
C.k riain, Eev. L. W. Eessler,
t.'ace, Eev. P. . Clark; South
I" iVt, Eev. & 0. Harness.
ban Jay, Feb. 27, 11 A. II.: JSt.
Zion, Eev. P. L. Clark; Harmony,
Eev. W. P. II. Carrie; Xockfish,
Eev. S. 0. Harness; JSt. Williams.
Eev. L U. Eessler.
On Tuesday, ISur. 1, at 7 P. JL
about seventy-five representatives
rrom there churches will meet
with thet Zion Church, at
Eosehill for a supper and confer
ence on the progress of the cam-
paign. ; 1 e,vV
t s "'1 tie -f-r
3l sry. Crr:i:0: How can I ma!
,A1Uji- cLocd4.e that will be saleable,
AT: To each 77.5 ponnds
of vllle milk add 8.8 pounds of
cliocolate syrup, heat to pasteur
i- :z temperature (180 degrees
P.), stir for ten minutes and then
cool and bottle. U a homogemzer
or vucouzer u available it helps
to run it through from 600 to
1.C3 Bounds nressnre. The svrnn
may be made at home, bat most
dairymen who are
, iLoDerc west nresiaMi -r Ann v..m "-"r-i.y-; hil . m .n
presented :theLproposition t: the V'. Membmhip this club je
clnb A veterans hmitol U.tn htX f
Cuplin friends of J. E. Cjuti
erland, representative of tie Jef
ferson , Standard Life Iisurce
Company, of Greensboro, will te
interested to know that lr. ai.-
erland had qualified for the I' xx
est . honor a member of the field
force of the firm can earn, mem-.
bership in the 1938 Julian Price
vice and a consistentk large pro
duction of new insurance so care
fully' selected that a very high
percentage of it remains is force.:
SYPHILIS CLESHC WAESAW;
success, AinioinicE saro ;
x-; SATED 1160,000 :
KEW YC2X The cost of ' con
structic? buililings usually ex
cees esuiu&tel, but the modernis
tio Administration Building of the
Eew York World's Pair 1839 was
erected for $743,030, exactly $1
60,000 lest than had been allotted.
"iod .chocolate milk prefer to
buy the syrup from some commer
cial firm as this is usually more
unuorm than the fyrun made at
ftUESTIOff j What treatment is
necessary for seed corn to protect
it irom weevu oamageii ,
AKSWEEt Small amounts of
corn to be saved for seed can be
prrtected by mixing thoroughly
about one part of lead arsenate
with 2,000 part by weight of
corn. This corn must be Bronerlv
handled and safeguarded to pre
vent its use v for zooa, xamc a-
mouts of corn would have to be
fumirated with carbon dissulph
ide. This chemical must be hand
led with care as ; the fumes are
explosive after mixing with air.
The room or bins should be tight,
or if the floor is tight, the pile
of grain may be covered .. -with
canvass after .adding the fumn-
gant. v v
located ' somewhere in ' Eastern
Carolina is expected to b6; con
structed following the present
session of oongre;s. The bill is
before congress and is expected to
pass most any day. The hdspitall
will cost several, million dollars
and will be one of the largest of
.r.. .r.J t' I Dr." E. L Carr, County Health
linaarT te 4ttd officer conduct i a nfk
riinh,n 5Uv,Sr,nn KfaXrN m Wamw Wednesday which
ftvivw iivi ir 111 sy nr 111 inr . s r w
the test to 48 people, 38 beisf ;
domestic servants. All servants al
so were given the Tb. test and ex
aminations for other .. eommuni-':
cable diseases, TJr. Carr announced .
that a' second clinic will be held
in Warsaw in about two Weeks.
Goldsboro, Wilson and Littleton.
EEPAIa EOOK AT WUJrAa
The room at the welfare De
partment which was damaged by
putting out foe sometime ago, was beingre-
paired this week.-
I 11 1 11111 II ,-!!C'WW" 'taiw-nmii 1 ni n
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: Fifteen 4-H elnb members of
EStohell Oounty have saved en
ough money to start baby . ' beef
projects, but have .experienced7
tome diffionltv in finding calves
suitable for entry in the Asheville
Pat Stock Show.
Tour Hair ban Look ,Youp'
I ' Don't permit faded, or graying hear to mar your
I oppeorancel Correct it with CkrfroL the shampoo' -I
; oil-tint that cleanses as it reconditions as it TINTS.
I ' " imparting youthful fceaury. A 20-minute treatment :
I 'win subtract years and add beauty to your hah
I . .' i, add beauty to your looks. ,
uCu3 store is Headquarters for, alio
Ycur needs in Farm Supplies
Naturally, ,with (i
j) FAO A53 QAETSI TOOLS
IVgni. of how
klnea you have tried I
f i eHtlon, Gas or 1
"i cam ft prompt T t
1 A. 1 CL-I, a iclts I
Hon, 1 1 ro1 T 1 rm H f
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for the j ir t r I 1 . i
tlicrn. vi i S..;. I ! ? 1
your An; ..t k i-1 ' 1 1
I find rt. f 7 1 O f
IJ, T Je Co., 1-
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ASH T. fl. HELD XESTXD FSBTniZEK90
. iic uxa axs cmcEsr
f Beaamber We Carry Field and Garden Seeds
XgZTZZZZA (Kobe and Common)
CASXZX GXASS '
0AT9 AX3 IEISH POTATOES, Etc.
;We Appreciate Tour Busineu and Ton
Ahraye Welcome at Our Store.
C. E. QUINN
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' BEVEH1T ENG. Co&AillaBt
. f CkdroL Inc. 132 Wast 46 Street Naw York. It T.
". Sand FREE Booklet Xlvice and Analysia.
' My Beautician's Name is
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CCI.rLCTijl LET3 OF. . r- - o
HIGHEST MARKET PRIOES
Scrap Iron, Metal and Fur & Hides
GOLDSBORdj IRON & METAL CO.
N. John St Old Rice Mill Site
HEAD IS CLEAR!
MOST B VOOR
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T-TON, H. C. ,
There Is a modern pleasant way to set relief from
Beadaclie; Oaa ea Stomach. Celds. Haei.,. -'-bum,
"Motetoi After" ana Macular rataav i
Just drop one or two ALKA-SKLTZEH tablets in
to a glaai of water. Watch It bubble listen to It flzs. ...
Ai loon as tablet U dissolved, drink tba tana7 eohrttoa.
(AnalsearfrUkaUrins Eflemaceat Tablets)
Yon win ready enjoy the taste more Uka 1
: water tnan una meoione. . .'
AIJCA.SKLTZE3L wfian dlaaohmd in wa
tains an analgesic, (Sodium Acetyl-Salicylate), which
relieves pain, while its alkalizing agenta help to ear w .
sect everyday ailments associated with hyperadariy ,
'! Tour drugvus nai ALKA -SELTZER. Get a re yl ?
or 60s package bn our "tiafaction-or-mons(y4iek" . ,
guarantee. 1 .'',' i '.'.,
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