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Buy And Use "FERMATE"
To Prevent BLUE MOLD
On TOBACCO PLANTS -15
pet Dust Fot Dusting
Use "VIGORO" On
On TOBACCO BEDS
And Make Your Plants
Healthier and Earlier
10 lb .75 J
- in IV 1 A A
WE HAVE A COMPLETE
Field and Garden Seeds
Plows, Castings, Field
Fence, Garden and Poultry
Wire. Galvanized Roofing,
210-tb Green Shingles,
Brick, Concrete Blocks,
Cement, Brixment, Lime &
other building materials.
Full Line of "Platinum"
Feeds - none better at any
Full line of Staple & Fancy
Light White and Cream
BRING US YOUR FRESH EGGS
WE'LL PAY CASH OR TRADE
Phone: Dial 2-536
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First Class Plumbing And
All Work Guaranteed
GEORGE P, PRD3GEN, Jr.
Phone 473 Warsaw, N. C.
U. S. FIRE LOSSES 1948 SEVEN
HUNDRED AND TWEliVE MIL
LION DOLLARS MORE THAN
ANY YEAR IN HISTORY. - PRO
TECT YOUR PROPERTY WITH r
R, W. BLACKMORE
Reliable Insurance Serrioe Sine
WARSAW. N. C
ROUGH and DRESSED Lumber
Pine and Oak wood, any length.
J. R. MERCER, BenlavUle.
FARM LOANS Federal Land
Bank Loaf Term, Low Interest,
are available through the Clinton
National Farm Loan Asdatton.
See or write DE WITT CARR,
Secty. Treas. at CLINTON, N.
PLENTY OF GOOD WATER y
FROM A DRILLED WELL.
WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED
BOOKLET AND ESTIMATE,
GIVING US DIRECTION' AND
HOW FAR YOU LIVE FROM
HEATER WELL COMPANY, INC
RALEIGH, N. C.
OLIVIA DE HAVTLAND: Aa
your father I most warn yon. Now
that he's stolen your heart hell
steal erery cent you've rot
Ralph Richardson, Model Theatre.
"THE HEIRESS" -
FOR SALE: Teeter Babe and Stroll
er, with large wheels . Cash A-l
condition - Call 488 or see '
Mrs. J. A. Raokley, Warsaw."
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Strayed To My Home red gilt
thoat. weight about 75 pounds.
Owner may have same by paying
cost of keep and this ai.
W. R. Benson, Rk t, Warsaw, N. C.
Negro 4-H Clubs
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THE ALBRIGHT is a three bed
room house featuring wardrobe
type closets in each. All rooms, in
cluding the kitchen open directly
into a small hall. The entrance
vestibule includes a coat closet,
while the bathroom has a handy lin
'" In place of the basement, a large
utility room is provided for the
heating plant and laundry.
An insulated floor slab is pour
ed on a bed of cinder or gravel
fill and covered with asphalt tile,
linoleum or carpeting. The double
glazed picture window in the L
shaped combination living-dining
room provides light from both
sides and a two-way view. The kit
chen has ample space for dining.
The living room fireplace may be
Exterior walls are frame with
wide siding. The hip roof has as
phalt shingles and wide over
Dimensions are 36 ft. by 32 ft.
Floor area is 1261 square feet with
cubage of 16,284.
For further information about
THE ALBRIGHT, write the Small
House Planning Bureau, St. Cloud,
The County Team Demonstration
elimination was held March 25 at
the Colored high school in Kenans
ville. 4-H teams from .various
clubs made a id foij-the champ
ionship. Kenansville. girls, Nannie
and Sarah Miller held a leading
edge on the competing teams in the
team demonstration. Sarah was al
so judged as having the best made
dress in the Dress Parade.
Honors for the boys went to the
Faison club represented by C. D.
Hargrove and Robert Stevens. Their
demonstration was on "Hog Cot
All county winners will partici
pate in the District Federation at
Lumberton June 8 at the J. H.
Hayswood High School. Judges for
the county activities were Miss
Mary L. Faison, Extension secre
tary and Miss Grace Allen of Warsaw.
it J L .us dropped 20 from 13
World citrus production for 1949
is estimated at 331 million boxes
or 4 below the 1948 crop. -
THE FOLLOWING KENANSVILLE MERCHANTS ; v
AND OTHER BUSINESS ENTERPMSES.HATOO
AGREED TO CLOSE THEIR PLACES OF BUSINESS
ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS BEGINNING ON
APRIL 5th, AND WILL CONTINUE TO CLOSE ON
EACH WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON UNTIL THE
TOBACCO MARKETS OPEN:
DUPLIN MERCANTILE COMPANY
C. E. QUINN, General Merchandise' 1
L.H.QUINN - '
WACCAMAW BANK & TRUST CO.
YORE STORE '
G. R. DAIL GROCERY
LEO JACKSON GROCERY & MEATS
SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY
BROWN'S BARBER SHOP
R. T. BROWN GARAGE ;
PATSY'S BEAUTY SHOPPE
I vsBf Wy MOT0RC0.-, I
i I '-VT I sfiitr T mm CzAY .: oo rrs servicing eecAuseV
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While Kenansville Dry Cleaners Is Out 01 Operation Our Trucks Will Pick Up And Deliver In Kenansille Each Wednesday And Saturday.
Trucks Will Call At Each Home.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Expert Service In Dry Cleaning
Rugs & Drapery Cleaning Laundry 5 'Finislies:!;.
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. OUR TRUCKS RUN ALL OVER DUPLIN
ViLt:!t!GTOII, II. C.