North Carolina Newspapers

    IHE2EBULONRECORD
MISMBEII NORTH CAROLINA PRESS ASSOCIATION
Published Every Friday By
THE RECORD PUBLISHING COMPART
Zeliulon, North Carolina
THEO. B. DAVIS, Editor
Entered as second class mail matter June 26. 1925, at th«
Postoffice at Zebulon, ' ' ! na.
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Advertising Rates On Request
Death notices as news, First publication free. Obituaries
tributes, cards of thanks, published at a minimum charge
of 13c per column inch.
DOES ADVERTISING PAY?
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We are firm believers in advertising- of the
right sort in the right way. The late publicity ca
valcade that rode through the State from the
mountains to the sea was just about the biggest
flash and greatest waste of public money in many
a day outside the various Federal spending agen
cies. Wining and dining seems to have been the
biggest feature of the whole affair. In Asheville
the outstanding fact was that champagne cock
tails were served and “food was preceeded by
drink through Eastern Carolina.’’ Such pub
licity is not what North Carolina needs, but
rather such as will bring the sensible and sober
sort of folks to our bounds.
Biggest Circus
Features “India”
MIGHTY HIGGLING BROS. AND
BARNUM & BAILEY PRESENT
HOSTS OF NEW INTERNATION
ALLY FAMED FEATURES, FOL
LOWING ENACTMENT OF
MOST OPULENT AND AR
TISTIC SPECTACLE IN
HISTORY
The Ringling Bros, and Barnum
& Bailey combined circus, known
the world over as The Greatest
Show on Earth, making its 1937
tour with a seven ring and stage
program of which it is unusually
proud and featuring a new and daz
zling introductory spectacle. India,
will positively exhibit in Raleigh,
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26th.
With 2000 people and animals
participating in its brilliant pag
eantry, India fills the world’s larg
est big top with moving color
flashing gems, costly habiliments,
gorgeous robes and headdresses,
rare fabrics, ornate floats, dazzling
banners in a panorama of ineffable
beauty. It surpasses all previous
spectables in every respect—in cost
in color, in splendor and in immen
sity.
This year the Ringling Bros, and
Barnum & Bailey agents have been
amazingly successful in contracting
outstanding foreign attractions and
features. The circus great of the en
tire world are with The Greatest
Show on Earth. The famous Wil
liam Heyer of Holland and his won
der horses; the celebrated Magyars
Europe’s largest and most thrilling
somersaulting troupe; the great
Aloys, sensational aerial upside
down glider and flier; the Lu-Lolita
family of aerial thrillers; the May
sy-Brach troupe of lofty unicycle
acrobats;- the Qualtieros airplane
sensationalists; the Cleveres, acro
batic whirlwinds—these are but a
few of the top flight new acts from
abroad. The Naiitos, with Nio, only
girl somersaulter on the tight wire;
the Yacopis, The Uyenos, the Mas
chinos, the Yom Kams, the Cannes
trellis, the Walkmirs, the Antaleks,
and the Torence-Dolores are Euro
pean stellar groups, as are the Wal
lendas, the Loyal-Repenskis, the
Reiffenachs, the Walters, Mile Gil
lette and the great Rudy Rudynoff.
The Concellos, the Comets, the
Randolls, the Rooneys, the Bel
monts, the Melboumes, the Fioret
tas and the Palmeros head the
great aerial displays. There are
THE ZEBULON RECORD, ZEBULON, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER THE 22ND, 1937
800 performers in the five rings,
on the two stages, in the air and on
the quarter mile hippodrome track
as the 1937 program unfolds.
The mighty combined circus will
arrive on four long trains of 100
double length, steel railroad cars,
carrying 1600 people, 50 elephants,
1009 menagerie animals and 700
horses.
THINGS I NEVER NOODLE Now
By W. R. Poole
That elevator operators are in
variably kidded about having so
many ups and down in life.
That muscular exercise produces
lactic acid in the muscles.
That there are some people who
are drawing government pensions;
have government jobs with 10 point
veteran’s preference; are sending
their children to school through the
National Youth Administration,
and yet who condemn other efforts
of the government as being bad for
the people. They should know.
That its usually the person that
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TREATED to Insure Good Stands, Vigorous Growth,
Eliminate Disease, Increase Yields 20%.
The Best Feed Crop for Livestock, Yields 40 to 50
Bushels per Acre, Ideal Winter Hay or Pasture Crop,
More Winter Hardy Than Oats, Straw as
Valuable as Hay for Roughage
Crop Improvement Inspection Found no Bearded
Heads- Disease or Noxious Weeds in Our Fields.
Prices, 10-bus. lots, F. O. B. RICHMOND, VA.
CERTIFIED, $1.70 per bu.
PEDIGREE, grown from Certified seed, $1.45 per bu.
Ask for WOOD’S CROP SPECIAL
OUR TOWN BOARD
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As stated sometime ago, we believe our pres
ent town commissioners are doing their best to
give Zebulon a good town government. It ap
pears that in the past the collection of back taxes
was neglected. Our present Board is doing its
best to collect all such taxes. Also, we understand,
they are doing their best to adjust a burdensome
and embarrasing debt. The citizens of the town
should give their loyal support to these men who
are trying to give Zebulon a better and more
economical government.
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OUR LATE LOCAL FAIR
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__ We suppose the type of midway features in
our local fair was like those seen at other fairs
of the same sort. But, a man in our office a few
days ago told about going into one of these
shows and seeing women as naked as Eve when
fresh from the hand of her Maker. We had the
same sort of thing at the carnival last year, and
some of the best (?) people of the community
went into such shows. Os course women and chil
dren were not admitted. We prefer not to express
our opinion of men who patronize such places.
However, we hope the town authoritis will see to
it next year that such spectacles are kept out of
the community.
has the least to say, who says the
most.
That the fellow who takes on him
self a tremendous amount of work
is not always the smartest.
That if you don't think so nobody
else will.
That marriage is more than an
institution, its a whole string of em.
ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE
Having qualified as Administra
tor of the Estate of Tonie Leach,
deceased, late of Wake County,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the
Estate of said deceased to exhibit
them to the undersigned at 10005
Raleigh Building, Raleigh, North
Carolina, on or before the 25th day
of September, 1938, or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of their re
covery. All persons indebted to
said Estate will please make imme
diate payment.
This 24th day of September,
1937.
CENTRAL LEACH, Admini
strator of Tonie Leach, de
ceased.
Business Cards
APPLES FOR SALE!
Thousands of Bushels
Yorks, Winesaps, Grimes,
Ben Davis, Gano
Prices Reasonable.
EDEN ORCHARDS
16 Miles South of Lynchburg
E. M. Farmer, Gladys, Va.
ZEBULON SUPPLY CO.
We Feed & Clothe The Family
And Furnish The Home
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
J. M. CHEVROLET CO.
CHEVROLETS
OLDSMOBiLES
New and Used Cars
Factory Trained Mechanics
J. A. KEMP AND SON
Groceries Dry Goods
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Phone 2171
LITTLE RIVER ICE CO.
Quality and Service
Phone 2871
CAROLINA POWER AND
LIGHT COMPANY
NOW
Electricity is Cheap
Phone 2511
A. A. WELLS
Wood and Iron Worker
Horsehshoeing— Repairing of
any tool or implement on the
farm
JOHNSON BROTHERS
JEWELERS
Watch Makers Jewelry
Zebulon, N.C.
Everything
To Build
... Anything
MASSEY LUMBER CO.
Zebulon, N. C.
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Professional Cards
IRBY D. GILL
Attorney & Counselor at Law
Phone 2281
Zebulon, North Carolina
DR. J. F. COLTRANE
Dentist
Office Hrs. 9-12:30—1:30-5
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M. J. SEXTON
INSURANCE
DR. CHAS E. FLOWERS
Physician and Surgeon
Office hx, 's
8:30 - 10 a.m. l-3 p.m.
Phone Off. 2881 Res. 2961
Back of Frank Hannans’
DR. L. M. MASSEY
Dentist
Phone 2921
Hrs. 9 a.m. to 5 p. m.
Office in Zebulon Drug Bldg.
For Insurance of All Kinds
and
FARM LOANS
see
D. D. CHAMBLEE
JhJZGJfom*
At Dr. Barbee’s office, Zebulon N. «
C., every second Tuesday from 10
a. m. to 3 p. m. Next visit will be
TUESDAY, NOV. 9TH
PLUMBING AND
ELECTRICAL SERVICE
Anywhere Anytime
BILL STRICKLAND
Patronize our advertisers.
    

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