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under AM ti March Srd. 1878.
JEOPARDIZES U. S. TRADE
n? need of the world for Ameri
ca* dollar* and the United States'
need for world markets are rapidly
approaching a junction that may
force a special session of Congress,
promote the Marshall ITan, affect
the pending tax bill, and have far
reaching conaeqosnces on nearly
every phase of this nation's economic
The fact is that the world seems
to be ruaring out of dollars.
This key economic fact affects the
forthcoming conference of European
powers, minus Russia, on the Mar
hall Plan. It affects countries out
side of Russia, like Mexico?the lat
est to damp sodden restrictions on
American export goods because of a
In the domestic field, the workd
dollar shortage affects Ultimately
such matters tm the effort to cut tax
es by *4,000,000,000 and to balance
the budget simultaneously. Tor it is
more and more seen that to meet the
world's dollar shortage and continue
the present extraordinary peacetime
export of goods, on which American
boom-time prosperity is increasingly
dependent, foreign credits are neces
sary. Whether credits can be grant
ed, taxes cut, end the budget balan
ced?all three simultaneously?is one
of the strongest questions raised in
connection with President Truman's
forthcoming second veto of the tax
The latest report of the Presi
dent's economic advisers will stress
international matters and their ef
fect on American prosperity, as nev
Either make available more dollar
exchange to the outside world, or see
American exports slump with a con
sequent threat to the present boom.
Well-informed ecSkisraistSy say the
whole story is eg simple as that
Put arithmetically, present export
rate of United States goods and ser
vices is seen at $19,600,000,000; im
ports at *7,600,000,000.
The excess ratio of American ex
port over imports has grown^steadily
The sodden Mexican decision is one
more of the warning premonitory
cracks that come, like those before s
tree falls down, as increasing fo
reign dollar shortage precipitates a
It comes hardly a week after the
British Government was forced to
impose its own super-austerity -re
strictions on American imports be
cause of the same shortage of dol
The dollar shortage is the same for
Mexico as for Britain; the same all
over the world. Foreign nations are
not selling enough goods to the
United States to get the dollars they
need to buy the American goods they
wast?and must have?for recovery.
The only way in the present emer
gency that the world can get these
iioBaa is for new credits to'be ex
tended to them." Ultimately they can
the United States goods, if Ama
in tariffs are low enough, but at
left out of the aiMunetic of
the Dav* Law
Unitad States News,
that "a balanced budget in
this new year ia far from a
FOR SALE, WANTS,
LOST, FOUND, ETC.
FOB SALE: Csal jrteve;
$00 Grimmersburg St. -
FOR SALE: New Monitor
machine. Warren Gurganuo at Pip
FOR SALE?Sir new tobacc
See C. Hubert Joyner.
FOR SALE: 9-foot reecb-b
aire. In excellent conditiot
Grill, Farm villa.
WANTED: Two young ladies locally,
three to six boon daily, no cann
sing. Earning* $50.00 to $75.00
weekly guamntood. Gar naoasaai
For personal interview write W. M
Owens, Manager, Goldsbore, N. C.
r J. i - 18*8p
FOR SALE: Electric refrigerator ia
good tradition; oil stove. Mrs. D;
R. Morgan. 18-tf
FOR SALE: Cord wood. See Gay
Skinner, Bert Bvnette farm. 18-4p
House or Apartment needed by agri
culture teacher, wife and two chil
dren. E. P. Baas, Fsrmville. 18-1
SEE the new K1LLABUG electric
fly and insect killer. Kills iastantly.
Operates on house current. The
TUBNAGE COMPANY. 18-2
WANTED?Fertilizer -bag*. We pay
10c each for bnrlop fertilizer bags
and 6c each for white fertiliser
begs. B. L. Lang, Fsrmville, N. C.
Any quantity. J. FRANK HARPER,
503 N. Main St., FarmTille, N. C.
JUST RECEIVED?Shipment of Dn
pont and Trojan dusting powder
for roaao. WESTERN AUTO ASSO
CIATE STORE, FarmvflWt N. C.
RADIO BATTERIES?We hare
goad stock?Came in .sad get oae
today. WESTERN AUTO AS
WANTED: CORN! $1.60 per bnahel
in shock or shelled. Price sobji
to change without notice. ? B. L.
Lang, Farmrilk, N. (X, Phc
JUST RECEIVED ? Shipment of
Beys' and Girls' BICYCLES ?
Western Auto Associate Store.
JUST RECEIVED ? Big Order ef
VIGOBO, Pruning Shears A Hedge
Shears. ? Western Anto Associate
Store, FsrmriBp, N. C.
FQR RENT?Jack for breeding r
mees .PECAN GROVE DAIRY.
JUST RECEIVED NICE LOT OF
SEAT COVERS ? Can fit moot
earn. WESTERN AUTO ASSO.
A Kg Shipment at DAVIS TIRES
and they etffl carry an nnconditic
al Guarantee for 18 months. Get
Our Prices before you bay. Liberal
allowance for yonr old Undn
WESTERN AUTO ASSO. STORE.
BE SURE TO TUNE IN ON W-P-T-F
Erery Sunday morning from 9-J?
to 1?*?, and bear about all the
! "Pappa, vot is* a guardian?"
"A guardian, mine son, iss some
vome not takes your fodder's place."
pappa, den I got
"What's a honeymoon sandwich?"
"Just lettuce alone."
this excuse; "I got into bad
I had a quart of whisky and my throe
buddies didn't drink.- f ^ 1
Sophomore: "Did you erer taka
: "No. Who teaches it?"
a dollar out of the oats in this
"So wooia I," replied the fanner,
No need to pot dp with shabby, "old looking:" walls another day! CONGOWALL is very
inexpensive; wipes clean with a swish of.a damp doth; stays bright and lustrous for
years! Made of long-wearing baked enamel; Congowall conies in a smart raised tile pat
terns that looks like expensive ceramic?costs far less. Come in today and see the beau
tiful new colors and patterns.
We now have in stock several very pretty and practical patterns of inlaid ???>??? for
your kitchen and bath. AND?we have factory trained mechanics to install thin lino
leum or wall covering in your home. Yes, sir! Right direct from school at the factory that
makes the stuff. Our mechanics know their business and we guarantee complete satis
faction or you don't pay! Could anything be fairer than that?
Garner Furniture Co.
PHONE 416-1 FARMVILLE, N. G
JUST RECEIVED TRUCK
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10 inch plates *. 29f
9 inch piates 25?
6 indl plates - 15^
4 inch plates v If
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9 Inch salad bowls
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Merchandise carefaliy selected to meet the most
- exacting demands
J FARMVILLE FUNERAL HOME . r
iSMMi' ? D?r Phone *8*1 ?
Mr. Edwards 405-6 ? Wfrht Phones ? Mr. Joyner 398-1
GET TOUR GAR OUT
OF A RUT
Bring Your Car To Us Today For
Several good used cars for sale?Priced right
. FARMVILLE, N. C.
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RCA VICTOR RECORDS
Would Yon Believe Me
Aek Anyone Who Know*
Victor Record price 65c
(from "Lore and Leant")
Beer Barrel Polka
K Hot Pretaela Wr ' '.
Glahe Musette Orchestra
Victor International Series
j?- price ? He
The Goofy Gal of Tegucigalpa
? The Three Suns
Victor Record price 65c
I'm So Right Tonight . .
George WaaUngton, Abraham
Ltawola, Ulyaaee & Robert B.
Back Bar Shuffle
- Artie Shaw ?
Victor Record price 65c
Get Up Those Staire,
? ? Deep "River Bopa
Victor Recerd price Me
On Hie Old Spanish Trail
I've Got A Feelin' 1 ..
Victor Record .... price 65c
Den* Look Now
It Takee A Long, t*ng Train
With a Red ~
/ Texas Jim Robertson
Victor Roeord ? price 66e
Polonaise in A Flat, Op. M
First Piano Quartet" ? M
Victor 12 in. record ....?? 82c
Ah! Sweet Myutery mi Life
Ike Song of Songs >
Richard Crooks, Tenor
Victor Red Seel price 83c
Minuet la G
Nocturne la S hat Major
Sergei Rachmaninoff, pianist
Victor 12 in. Red Seal .... $1.68
BEETHOVEN MOONLIGHT SONATA
_? . . MOA
Victor Album ? price $3.20
CHOPIN Musk % the Ballet?LES S
Boston "Pops*' Orchestra?Arthur Fiedler, Conductor
I f TWELVE BELOVED AMERICAN