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dun el Me. UaJee you have-
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vr ehaeh wtt ads. Farmer!
aaa u Time Classified ads;
if in aav anything te m!I
r exchange, vsat to hw,
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wibcaC .:V. J " ' V- .
PLENTY OF GOOD WATER
FROM A PRILLED WELL.
WRITS FOR' ILLUSTRATED 1
BOOKLET AND ESTIMATE.
GIVING US DIRECTION AND
HOW FAR TCOU LIVE FROM
YOUR POSTOFFICE. '
HEATER WELL COMPANY. INC
RALEIGH. N. C.
FARM LOANS Federal Land
Bank Lone Terms, Low Interest,
art available through the Clinton
National Firm - Loan Association.
' fee r write - DE WITT CARR,
Sooty. Trees, at CLINTON, N. C.
AUNT MARTHA PHILCSCttllZZS
We have a complete supply of
new and foranteed used pianos.
For a saving Just see us before
yon buy. We sell nothing bat
JOHNSON PIANO COMPANY
133 W. NUHllt Bl.
KINSTON, N. C.
Aunt Martha came to visit us one
night and sat down in the front
parlor to regal us with tome tales
about various thing in Eastern
North Carolina. - v
One was about how' to keep 'a
hen from settin' on her eggs in a
nest. Another was about how to
find water 'under the ground, while
a third waa about her favorite, the
jo-mo. - i'l'.r-iti
Aunt Martha lived In Wilson, and
she was even more interested in
the fact that tobacco was selling
so well there. She had a farm, you
see, and it was off of this lartn
that she gathered these stories.
"Yon know" said Aunt Martha
"it's a sin and a shame what some
people believe. Most of 'em believe
anything you tell them. Thy don't
seem to recognize the truth. Either
that, or they believe everyone's
truthful. Either way thev seem to
be plumb crazy. , . ,
'Take this - yarn about the set-
tin' hen. Why goodness sakes. Ev
eryone knows that you can't - do
away with the mother instinct. And
everyone knows that when once a
hen sets it into her mind she is
going to hatch some baby chicks,
she's going to do it no matter what
anyone says. But they tell out on
my farm and believe it toe that
all you have to do to a settin' hen
to stop her from tettin' (though
lord knows why anyone wculd want
to stop her) is to throw a bucket
of water on her. Seem? to cool
her disposition from settin', the story
is. They say a hen settin' has a
temperature of around 104. The wa
ter cools her off. Cools her off in
deed." - ' ' !
Aunt ' Martha was very dubious
about all these stories. Even we
didn't believe the yarn about the
man with a wooden-leg who started
taking Hadacol. One morning he
came down stairs and said he was
tlred.Jt.was all caused by the stuff
he was taking. He'd taken so much
of it that he had goten tired chop
pin the sprouts off his wooden leg.
But 1t was about the Jo-Mo that
Aunt Martha always talked the
most. A lot of Necrroes, it seemed,
carried them around. Either in their .
pockets or in a little leather or flan
nel bag about, their necks. - Inside j
the bags were such delicacies as .
the left hind leg of a toad, a sassa- '
frass root, a piece of, snake skin, '
etc.- ;; '::v;; '-, - '.'
I "Now do you know" 'Aunt Mar- '
Jha" said. that 'these people really
btlieve that ntlrh ttiff will kern
vil spirits away, or that kht jo-mos A
will -guard toe wearer trom coming
to 'harm." ; ,'"''., --v.. ;. i
And finally that night she rejraled j
the crowd with her" comments about I
the forked stick from a peach tree
tproufc ; ; V -:'.: i
I "AH yon nave ,te do"; At(mvcom
mented with 'a sniff, to let every !
one know how he felt about the !
whole thing, "is to Tetsuch tdrk
ed peach stick and hold it out in
front of you with your bare hands,
and . if there's water within fifty
yif ds or fen to twenty feet deep In
the earth; the stick will start turn
ing in your hands and point to the
spot And people, use that idea too."
Poor 'Aunt Martha. She misses a
great dell: of the" joy and romance
of life. - -, ... . I
HAVE A NICE LOT OF CHOICE
TIMOTHY HAY FOR SALE. SEE
ME. W. E. BELANGA,
ll-3-4t. C ,
ATTENTION Crosley owners: '
Will give yen good trade on your
car for brand new Crosley. Imme
diate delivery; Easy terms. Several
slightly used cars, real bargains.
GENERAL SALES CO. (Klnaton)
14-TON COAL FREE with purchase
of Bucket warm morning type coal
heater at regular price.
GARNER COAL CO.
1040-21 C r
FOR SALE: Coal Heater with com
bustion chamber. Will sell at sac
rifice. See DUPLIN .TIMES. ,
FOR SALE: 10 Acre Farm with 9
room hoie near Calypso. Also
few vacant lots.' Have prospects
JAMES G. DICKSON,
CALYPSO, N. C.1
14-20-2t pd. ;
FOR SALE: Registered Tamworth
pig. The lean bacon type. Pedi
gree furnished. " ; i
Herbert T. Kornegay
Mount Olive, Rt 2,
Near Scott's Store
Se mw I style end color as to k
all others soo tdl fin fabrks
nd 'oKliniv Ktk; Zone tollorfnft
"lliof ! Bio smoost eoBaf
(t yftu'vo over nokI So StyU-Moif
ewiwiY now Awtuoio Tonoi today
WALLACE, N. C.
das .,..... lb
WANTED: Small Farm, with 3 to
5 acre of tobacco, 10 to 20 acres
corn land and some pasture land
MRS LOUISE SWENSON,
KENANSVILLE, N. C.
Miss Gertie DeLowder of BalU-
more, Md. is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
M. H. King.
Mrs. Daniel Lane and Mr. Gor
don Menritt visited Mr. and Mr.
Ammie Branch Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sasser and
children of near Mt. Olive visited
Mr. and Mr. Eldwin Dixon Sunday.
Mesdames Jm Grady, Sam
Pipkin and Mack Broadhurst of
Calypso attended the 8th district
meeting of the PTA at Sunny
School near ' Fayettevllle Friday.
Mrs. Norma Sloan Rivenbark of
WaUace visited Mrs. Daniel Lane
Saturday. ' ' '
Mr. arid "Mr.k Boyd Sanders and
children -r of Kings-Mountain are
pending' the week with Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil Davis. : t -i if ? -
Mr. and Mr." Kenneth LaCoe
and baby of Greensboro and Mrs.
Sadie LaCoe of Scranton, Pa. spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Mrs. Daniel Lane, Mrs. Samuel
Pipkin and Miss Lizle Brock spent
Friday in Goldsboro. y
Mrs. Ed Hatch visited her father
C. H. Collins of Wallace Tuesday.
Miss Gertie DeLowder, Mrs. M.
H. King visited Mr. and Mrs. Eddi
Taylor of Faison Sunday.
Alvis Brogden and son William
spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs.
H. C. Brogden. ; ;
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brogden en
tertained at a barbecue at their
home Sunday, honoring their son
Carlo who ia home on furlough.
Those attending were Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Myers and children, Mrs.
Mary Myert, Mr.- and Mrs: Leslie
Pt nit Millriron nf the rnmmnnltv
and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brogden!
of near Faison, mr. ana Mr. uum-H
mle ' Brogden, Mr. and Mr. Joe
Johnson of Mt Olive and - Mrs.
Sallie Carr and sons of near Bow-
denji V ; .
Foneral Services For
Mrs. Rachel Outlaw
Mrs. Rachel E. Outlaw, 73, wid
ow of N. F. Outlaw, died at 9:43
p.m. Monday at her home In the
Outlaw's Bridge Community after
long illness. Surviving are four
sons, Roy and James Ray of the
home community, Lonnie of Scott's
Store, and W. J. of Kinston; one
daughter, Mrs. H. G. Plner of Sev
en Springs; one brother, N. H.
Whitfleld of Scott's Store; several
grandchildren and six great grand
children. Funeral cervices were)
held at the home Tuesday at 3:30
p.m. with Rev. N. T. Ferrell, pastor
of ' Pleasant View Presbyterian
Church in charge assisted by Rev.
L. C. Prater, pastor of Outlaw's
Bridge Universallst Church. Burial
was in the family cemetery near the
home. Mrs. Outlaw was a member
of the Pleasant View Presbyterian
MT OLIVE II. C! '' -;A Hl
Where You Always Get The"
Most For Your Money
Our shoe department has always been famous for its value tfvinif AA yb shotf needsrtfr every
member of the family, for play, dress or work v; V prices that suit your purse, quality that gives you
service. 4 . i 'xi.JrU: ' jwV
Months ago our buyers place orders for our shoe department. That is why we can now offer you
shoes lor your entire laiauy ax tnese low prices, i
: Come in and let us convince you. It is our pleasure to have you visit White's Stores.
11 f.U w &im&j Li-tfr
and Loafers '
An unusually large selection
of styles with good wearing
' qualities. To be had In black,
brown, combinations - of
brown and white and black
and white. Choice of leather
or rubber soles. Sizes 4 thru
$2.98 and $3.98
For Growing Girls Women -
Made . i of black nasoron
with closed toes and heels,
plain and ankre laced. Sizes s
4 thru 10. Pair , ,
t- From our children's line of good
shoes we list here two of the
many outstanding values that
we offer you.
Child's Shoe or Oxford :
In brown or white in sizes 4 through 0 at -;
' only pair
' ,.$1.99' -
Be sure to see the many
styles we are showing - in
girls' and boys' school
shoes. ' . i''-.
. ChUdrea's : ,
Oxfords and Shoes, i t , '
Here are two numbers selected1
Oxfords with moe toe shoes !
; have plain toe-oth styles have roM ,twck 01 . '
Boys' Dress Snoes :v o'
l and -axforda are dresav and at ' . . . . : l- J
' the same time are made for ' : 5 " . t . 4r
f good hard wear. They are in That for style, ervlce and price
orown learner, 'ana sues axe o b cu , uiuwd
thru 3. Priced at pah? witn moc toe with
. .. m hi , heavy durable- sole. Item 1.
, ( same as .aboveT' with buckle
0 --. . . strap sue ZYi inru o. fair
Boys' and Youths' .'fW.98 '
Work Shoes ' "v
Made of good grade leather. '
Has ' leather mldsoles and
leather Inner-sole, good rubber
outrtole that is both sewed and
' tacked. ' Built for comfortable
and serviceable wear. Youth
size 11 thru 13V at only, pair
. - ' .V"'.; "V'.. '
Same in larger boys' sizes
1 tbrtt SVi t only '
First Quality '
ASSORTED FLORAL and TILE PATTERNS
For Best Prices and Com
plete Job on Monuments.
See or Writ l
, . DrULAVTLLE
'We know that our values cannot be equaled and prices the lowest
possible for good shoe. Once a customer you wiU alwayg come r
; back again. Our price range from HjM to $.B9. Here we list
Mpti'b H!tri draAa IW Avfnvile
Many style for men and ffrnwlnirhAife In )0f4 V
from. Plain toe, cap toe, moc toe and other novelty rifoJN
ther novelty ' fa T
i to suit any' . J
or a conser-
toes. Brown or black. , We have styles
age ETOUD. If mi m lnllM kn n
.r - - .
vatlve dresser we have lust th fvia
We feel that we can save you up to $2 a pair on
any of these styles. AU wanted sixes "and widil
to BEE. Prices range from
. lust three great value In work shoes. ,
V ITEM 1 . , Men's
' Brown Re-Tan Leather
Seamless back hat leather mid-solo and
leather inner-sole. Rubber out-sole it both
sewed and nailed. A good serviceable med
ium' height shoe that ean't be beat. Sizes
6 thru 13 at only ( ; .
ITEM S -t "
' Brown Leather Shoe
Seamless back, leather inner-sole, solid
leather out-sole With storm welt. Rubber
heel. ThI shoe Is a marvelous value at
hi Rdl::rt Fcoto l!:v
.. i Prepare for ttainy, Muddy Days! f
Men's Rubber Boots, to 12 ....1 $03 Boys' Rubber Boots, 3 to (T.
. Ladies and Misses' Flight Boots $2.98j . Children's Flight Boots !..;.....:'....r.r.'.:..1 $2.C8
1 " T ) " Child's Red Top Boots, 6 to 2 $2.69 ' .' 'r f ; n,
: I kiwy i a nil V..wl I fsi J f l..-J a alls f