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Eva Horton Rouse
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Farm Title, N. C.
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Advertising rates will be furnish
ed upon request.
Second Class Mail Matter at toe
Peat Office at ParmvSUe, N. < ,
under Act of March fad, lift
Those who settle down first are
also the first to rise.
Women often get tired?but never
too tired to ask questions.
If yon arent being appreciated?
look around, there may be a reason.
An egotist is a man who imagines
he is good company when alone.
Some men are born fools, as dosen
marriages couldn't make them that
It is safest to look twice to see
whether it's opportunity or tempta
Even a ship cant stand a perma
nent wave?so what chance has a poor
You can always find fame at home
?if you have something worth de
The fellow with a scheme to help
you make money ? usually has a
Adversity is the only scale that
gives us the correct weight of our
' Even if opportunity knocked the
door down, some pepple wouldn't be
Too many motorist try to imitate
a bicyclist?go around the corner on
People who tell lies may be partly
insane ? but what about those that
A short time back it was reported
that a number of persons have re
gained their voice after an airplane
ride. The last was a woman. The
airplane is definitely getting dan
Dont Say "Aw Rats"
About These Figures
When figures are presented for
what rats eat, waste, and otherwise
damage, the exclamation?"Aw Bats"
?is not in order.
It costs plenty to keep rats on the
farm, according to the U. S. Fish and
Wildlife Service. Just how much
corn will the average nit eat in a
? Studies reveal that he eats about
63 pounds of corn. But that's not all.
Ha also wastes from 60 to 100 pounds
in addition to what he eats. With
corn at |S a bushel, or thereabouts,
he piles up a big bill that the fanner
about Urn whole proposition and de
cides to put en a rut eradication cam
And that's exactly what's happen
ing all over North Carolina at this
time. Farmers, with the aid at the
county agent and the Wildlife Ser
vice from State (Milage, are carrying
campaigns to rid
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but they no longer cm be ignored. The North Cerolme Good
HeeMt Associetion trresents the story with confidence that once
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INFANT MORTALITY: A contributing factor hi North C?rolin*'?
high death rate at birth b corned by .hortege of
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CHILD HEALTH: Of
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DRAFT REJECTIONS f North Carolina In World War 11 hod a raeord number aI volunteer* for tfca IU. 1
?mad force* but also bad tha higher? rata of rejection* for poor health. V
Last Roundup" Before Thanksgiving
3/Sft. Paui G. Manning of the
jreenville, N. C. Army Recruiting
Station, today releaoed^he informa
imn that, coatrwjy|^,fflaaaaa*aj*as
the high rate of 1224 men enHated in
the eastern section of North Carolina |
A few years ego some North Caro
line farmers said that they could not
get along with 8-8-8 fertiliser. Of
last year's 1H million tons, over 90
percent contained 18 units of plant
food or more.
FOR ANY PAINTING JOB WANT
ED?See or write J. W. Singleton,
B.F.D. 3, Fanarille, N. C. , ltp
RADIO BATTERIES ?We have a
good stock?Come fee ead get
today. WESTERN AUTO AS
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Baby Strollers, Play Peas, Car
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ED - Expert Service. J. R.
BRADY, Phoae 369-6, FanaviUe.
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NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of an order
of the superior court of Pitt Coosty,
made in the special proceeding en
titled "In the matter of John Hill ;
Baylor, administrator of Lillian F. <
Parker, deceased et at, experts," the
30th day of November 1946 at 12
o'clock Noon, at the Municipal Buili
ing in the town of ISsrmvilk, North
Come in and Select Christmas Gifts no#J
? OUR LAV-A-WAY PLAN ?
-ierc fa No Extra Charge!
Selections... Popular Prices! ?
i VeJva, Deltah, Laguna and Queene Anne Pearls
Simmons Necklace and Bracelet Sets?Speidel
Bracelet and Necklace Sets?Solid Gold and Ooetume Pins
in popular designs. .Solid Gold and Costume Bracelets, in
set or unique designs. i ,'?$,>?'
Swank & Simmons Collar and Pin Sets?Wallets and Watch
Chains?Parker and Sheaffecr Pen and Pencil Sets?Ronson
and Evans Lighters, Remington and Schick Electric Razors.
Exquisite Diamond, En
gagement and Princess
Large Selection in Men's and Ladies'
Sterling Dresser Sets.
Visit our store and see our large stock of appropriate
v Christinas Gifts before making your selection !
MRS. J. M. CARRAWA Y, Manager
108 North Main Street... Phone 479-7 .7. Fannvilk, N. C.
? The most important question is not where
the FIRE is, but to (GIVE THE FIREMEN
A CHANCE) to get there.
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1st?At the sound of the alarm if you are riding the streets
oa anything from a bicycle to a moving van, immediately
?mil to the curb and park. Remain parked until you are
sure that aO FERE Apparatus and Firemen have had oppor
tunity to reach the scene of the FIRE. Then move cautious
ly. (GIVE THE FIREMEN A CHANCE),
1 are at home or in your place of business, re
until you know that all FIRE equipment sad
the FIRE. (GIVE THE FIREMEN A
to go to the JFIRE on a car. Give
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to the job of