K E N A H S V U L E ,"N
I I.ASSIFOCD RATES
1 cent per word, Muamum
charge of Ko. Unless yon
have mi account with us
please send money, stamps
money order or cbeck
with ads. Farmers: If
you have anything to sell
or exchange, want to -buy,
use the Times Class
ified ads, we will accept
produce for payment
Make a rule of carrying; ade
quate Insurance protection.
R. W. BL&ckmore, Agent
Reliable Insurance Service.
WARSAW, N. O.
ROCK WALL BOARD baa arri
ved. Also have Lime, Cement and
J. C. BUSS, Warsaw.
We will pay HIGHEST PRICES
FOR YOUR PECANS. We will
buy pecans In Wallace, N. 0., on
the following Thursdays at the
Brick Warehouse: Thursday, Nov.
15th, Nov. 29th, Deo. 13th, and
Deo. 20th. We buy ail varices and
It will pay. you to see us before
you sett. This market sponsored
by Lions Club of Wallace.
T. B. Young St Co.,
Florence, S. C.
FOB SALE: Westinghouse Elec
tric cook stove in perfect con
dition. See Fred Baars, Warsaw.
LOST or STRAYED: Feeblemind
ed Negro man, named James Hill
Savage, age, about 22, Ht S 8",
Wt about 170 .lbs, dark color,
wearing shirt and overalls. Any
one knowing the whereabouts of
above described person please no
tify Arthur Graham, Rt 1, Box 60,
Magnolia, N. C
MR. FARMER, have your
well drilled now and pay for
it twelve month later. Write
for quotation and give direc
tion from town.
HEATER WELL CO.,
RALEIGH, N. C.
HINES AUTO SUPPLY
NEXT TO THEATRE
FARM FOR SALE: DupUn
County. 2 miles West of Wallace.
On a community road about
1-4 mile off hard-surfaced high
way leading from Wallace toward
HarrelPi Store, Formerly Marion
Wells' property near Julius Wens'
tore. ' 46 acres In tract with IS
acres cleared. 8 acres tobacco al
lotment Good 4-room dwelling,
new tobacco barn, and small stock
' barn. Win sett for $3250 - part
cash and balance on terms If de
sirable. Look It over, and If ln-(
tnmntjuL writ P. O. Has 14S or i
telephone 509-4 In Clinton for
FOB SALE: See me for Dynamite,
Cape and Fuse. E. W. Brltt,
Turkery, N. C.
FOR SALE: Native hay and 400
bushels of corn In the shnck at
my farm. J. C. Rosa, Warsaw.
11-2S-2, O "
One track tire found in woods
near. my house. Owner describe
make and serial number and size '
of tire. fit. M. West, Rt 1, Kenans
FOR SALEi Two Farms, 50 acres
, each; 16 acres cleared. S acres To
bacco allotment each place. Two
miles from Kenansville. .
SOUTHMONT MFG. CO.
Bo H1U, N. O.,
18-7-21 pd. . - ..
WE bTJT Jerusalem Oak Seed.
' D. E. BEST, Warsaw
ONE MARE MULE for sale.
Nine years old. Weighs about 1200
pounds. Gentle, work anywhere.
Priced reasonable, M. V. ORR,
EXPERT AUTO SERVICE Let us
give your ear a check ever for cold
teh JAtjMir ' riAir tMwttiets: '
Brlttf s Shell Service Station,
O RT H C A R O L I N A
Mrs. Stacy Brltt y
Warsaw ' Editor
Warsaw Has New
T. W. Waters was sworn in on
Sunday night as the new night
policeman for the town of War
saw, succeeding Ira Ezzell, who is
ill.Mr. Waters, a resident of War
saw for a number of years was
formerly with the police force in
the early 30's, but for the past 12
years was with the State Sanita
tion Department in Kenansville.
Among those attending the Caro
lina-Wake Forest football game
in Wake Forest Saturday, were
Rev. G. Van Stephens, L. H.
Brown, Eugene Carlton, Allen
Draugbon, Allen Draughon, Jr.,
Mrs. Quinn Hostess
At Bridge Dinner
Mrs. J. W. Quinn was hostess
on Saturday evening when she
entertained a t a bridge dinner at
her home on College St.
Her lovely home was ensuite
for the occasion and decorated
throughout with white chrysan
themums and candles.
A tempting three course dinner
was served buffet style after
which the guests found their
places at individual tables and fol
lowing dinner- enjoyed bridge.
Miss Eva Swinson had as guests
last week Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
Wells of Laurinburg and Mr. and
Mrs. C. R. Swinson of Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Womack of
Greenville and Miss Lenora Wo
mack, of Princeton are the holiday
guests of their mother, Mrs. C. A.
We buy them daily
at top market
Southern Produce Distributers 2
FAISON, N. C. O
"S - D MEANS
nUiMal Arm Photo
WAO MEDAL WINNER. In Buying
Victory Bonds you are a lellow
shareholder In the Nation with T3
EloUe Robertson, Oak Park, 111.,
who was given a Bronze Star by
Ma J. Oen. J. L. Prink for her work
U. S. Treasury Department
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Strickland
had as week end guests Miss Ha
zel Strickland of Raleigh, Mrs.
James Strickland and son Jimmy
and her mother, Mrs. W. L. Sim
mons, of Sanford.
Mrs. J. B. Quinn returned from
South Carolina Saturday after
visiting her sons for some time.
She was accompanied home by Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Quinn, of Colum
bia, and Mr. and Mrs. L. G.
Brown ofWallace and Miss Bess
ie Quinn, of Wilson, spent Sunday
Rodney Andrews of Jackson
ville, Fla., visited his mother-in-law.
Mrs. G. P. Pridgen last week
and his parents in Mt. Olive,
Mrs. H. L. Stevens, Jr., spent
Friday in Raleigh.
Mr. and Mrs, Belton Minshew
had as guests Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Minshew of Calypso.
Mrs. Harry Britt and son, Harry
THE DUPLIN TIMES
lies the Might of America
In Rhode Island, mast highly in
dustrialized state in the Union, more
than half the population Is employ
ed in manufacturing, 134 per-thousand
compared to 49 for the Nation.
The state leads in per capita wealth
in this business, $243 per person. Con
verted to civilian needs, it will con
tinue to produce resources to add to
National wealth guaranteeing Vic
U. S. Treasury Department
Jr. of Clinton were Sunday guests
of Mrs. Stacy Britt,
Mr. and Mrs. Finn Lee, Mrs.
R. E. Wall and Vivian Johnson
spent several days in Charlotte
Harold Matthis, and Miss Nellie
Gray Matthis spent the week end
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
D. L. Matthis.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McDonald,
and son, who have been guests of
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mills
Hodges, left last week for their
home in DeQuincey, La.
Mrs. Thomas Rogers and son
accompanied her brothers to their
home in Raeford Friday.
The Misses Powells had as their
guests Monday Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Moore of Sardis, Ga., and H. B.
Powell of Rock Hill, ,S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Topel of
Wilmington visited Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Rackley Sunday They also
brought their little niece, Martha
Anne Kelly, of Carolina Beach,
who is visiting her aunt, Mrs.
Rackley, this week.
Miss Edna Earl Moore of War
saw, is serving du. ing 1945-1946
as a reporter on ju TECO ECHO
student newspaper at E. C. T. C.
Isued bi-weekly, i he Teco Echo is
a four-page newspaper edited and
managed by students at the coll
ege and written by a staff of stu
dent reporters. The paper has at
several times, rsceived national
recognition for excellence.
Mary Young Bass of Enfield is
editor; June Best Brandenburg of
Warrenton, business manager;
Mamie E. Jenkins of the English
Department, editorial advisor; and
Dr. Beecher Flanagan, faculty
$110,000 REFUNDING BONDS
OF THE TOWN OF WARSAW
BE IT ORDAINED by the
Board of Commissioners of the
Town of Warsaw, North Carolina,
Section 1. That pursuant to the
Municipal Finance Act, 1921,
bonds of the Town of Warsaw of
the maximum aggregate amount
of $110,000 are hereby authorized
to be issued for the purpose of re
funding valid existing indebted
ness of said town incurred for
necessary expenses within the
meaning of the Constitution of
North Carolina and evidenced by
the following described bonds of
said town which are redeemable
at their face amount on any Jan
uary 1st prior to their maturity:
$49,000 General Refunding
Bonds dated January 1, 1937
and payable January 1, 1967,
$61,00 Water, Light and Sew
er Refunding Bonds dated
January 1, 1937 and payable
July 1, 1967.
Sec. 2. 'That a tax sufficient to
pay the principal and interest of
the bonds herein authorized shall
be annually levied and collected.
Sec. 3. That a statement of the
debt of said town has been filed
with the Clerk and is open to pub
1 WIM Mlsf:1
If the only thing holding you back from
buying a farm or expanding your farm is
lack of cash come in at once and arrange
for one of our Farm Loans. More heads of
livestock new barns or silos hen houses
and brooders seed and feed can all be
paid for with cash: then you pay out your
loan with long term convenience, as you re
alize income from your produce.
Sec. 4. That this ordinance
shall take effect upon its passage
and shall not be submitted to the
The foregoing ordinance was
passed on the 22nd day of Octo
ber, 1945, and was first published
on the 23rd day of November, 19
45. Any action or proceeding ques
tioning the validity of said ordi
nance must be commenced within
thirty days after its first publi
cation. Dorcas B. Rogers,
A. J. OAVENAUGM
WaUare. ,V C.
J1AMONPS WATCHES i
W Vi i n AND JEWELRY
RETARIW) ami ENORAVIVC.
I QADI0NIC HEABINO AID
Warsaw Drug Co. jjjO
Plain or Selfrising
10 Lbs. .68
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23rd, 1945.
We carry all the needs to make
housekeeping easy and quick. Sold
through demonstration only. Bee
MRS. INEZ CURRIE
in Warsaw for arrangement f
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