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By popular request, Dr. Green
law, pastor of the Wirsaw Baptist
Church, Is . conducting a special
tudy on the subject of "Revela
tion" each Wednesday at 8 o'clock.'
Introducing the study last Wed
nesday, July 9th, Dr. Greenlaw
(presented informative facts, nea"
easary to a better understanding
of the book. "Revelation means lo
unveil, to pull back the curtains.
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PANAMA IIATS
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Tom R. Best
MEWS CLOTHING '
- IN GOLDSBORO
The New Testament jbook,' "Reve
lations" is the unveiling of hidden
principles of God. It is New Test
ament, which means it was written
at a specific time to cover specific
existing situations at a given place
(the seven churches of Asia). It
is apocalyptic In style; that is it
is written in signs and symbols.
Words were Inadequate to give the
full meaning and to Interpret the
meaning one must first find the
principle being given and then to
make application of the symbols
within one's present knowledge.
It is prophetic in that it is an in
terpretation of history (past, pres
ent, and future.)
"The principles of life as re
vealed in all history show forth
God's two definite laws, wrath and
righteousness. -
'God's wrath is ' God allowing
man to destroy himself. Man turns
xrom uoa; maxes nis own way
which produces suffering, destruc
tion, aeatn. - uoa gave to mankind
free choice to be and do just what
he wanted. "Man takes upon him-
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"All of history, la a record of
these two fundamental laws of
God."- ; ' - .'. '
Another basic - understanding In
the stuiy of "Revelations" is con
cerning Prophecy. "This book of
prophecy means more than just a
prediction of the future. It is God's
jnteroretation of history: the prin
ciples that men live by in the light
of God's control oi History. ; xne
prophecy of God does not have to
come to oass. (Story oi Nineven'
God changes the course, of history
the fulfilling of prophecy) la
keeping with man's cnange of atti
tude, man's free , choice, toward
The hanger of children in m re
fugee samp school in Germany is
stilled with milk and cereal pro
vided by the Christian Rural Over
seas Program (CROP) to which
American farm families have con
tributed generously for four years.
self power, but power only to de
stroy nlmself. . By permitting man
to go on in degradation and' ruin
God thus exercises His wrath. God
does not desire the destruction of
war, hatred, jealousy, covetousness,
lust. Man chooses these for hlm-
seu.
"Yet at the moment man turns
to God in repentance Tie finds God
present, willing, ready, and anxious
to lift him up out of his manmade
ruin. God offers salvation and
eternal life to 'man-IF man so
Bible Comment:
Purity of Heart
Is More Than Just
Resisting jivil
rYO the wise- men, among the
x ancient Hebrew the; heart was
not only the center of- man's phy
sical being, but It symbolized also
the center and source of his moral
and spiritual life. He thought not
only with his mind, but with hi
heart. "As a man thinketh in nis
heart, so is he." "Search the heart,
for out' of it are the issues of .life. ,
, Purity of heart, therefore, be
came the supreme condition of a
good and wholesome life, as much
as pure blood is the condition of a
healthy body. One can live with
a diseased , body, for a' time at
least, lust as one can live with a
diseased soul, ., but thai , seeds of
destruction are there, i And the
conditions and . demands of , good
moral health are as imperative as
are the conditions and ; demands
of good health for the body. .
.What does it mean to be pure in
heart?. The common, tendency is
to think of "purity? chiefly, if not
altogether, In . terms of sex; but
purity of heart means a ereat deal
more than avoidance , of what,
Saint Peter has called the "Fleshly
lusts 'that war., -against, the soul."
There are other lusts that are as
damaging to the soul, and that are
nerhaDS even more destructive to
man's fellowmeni There-is the lust
of power and wealth; and there
is even the lust of 'ease, and the
lust iof - pleasure, which unregula
ted and uncontrolled van destroy
in man- the sense of duty f :',
r . Purity, too, must be considered
oh' its positive side." It is not
enough to resist the temptations of
evil; it-is necessary to be moved
by the impulses of good, and
power of. love, i ; Purity means
strength as well as freedom from
.taint- -,.,- ('"j'iT!- 's-o'iT .
, Purity relates.' m. much -more
than sexual conduct, but that does
not mean that purity in .that area
is any less vital. .The Bible is very
plain and ' outspoken ' concerning
right relations between -man and
woman. It commends the virtuous
woman, who will do her husband
"good and not evil all the days of
- her life," and it warns against the
strange women" in. whose lures
' are the ways of destruction. An
cient counsel still holds good.
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I mward. cinsnctn soldiers
Of a halfeei for 916 toftf ?r
DoriDt the week days the Rev. Sablns Barinr kept on tWtUO '
GoaflntalorTu, hU UiU. eoogregation at the : MM. to? ort ! K
bUU town o( Horbary, Knalaad,, On Bandaya he aton at Lew Trenchard ... and kept en writmg.
taoBvtttedi'his laabeier Quartors, toto--:'eatlrsy-f-Bj,Itfcf( Baring-CkmM wrote I novel ijaftT,,.
house. At sight he beM school la the same room. , Be alae wrote books on religion, mythology; bt
After sehooi he retired to bis upstairs bedroom ography, travel, folk-lore, theology v . . and Pb.
aad wroU into the smell hours of morning, . lished-a book of hymns. His 14ves of the SalntaT .
Whltmonday was a day of festival tor the eh0' aioM oovers U voiames. Tat he wrote all hia 88 ,,.:
drea of Horbnry. And it was eustom lor .them , books: ia long hand aad never had a secretary. "I
to march, with erossee aad baanera, to a nolgh- norf wait tor aa Inspiration.'' he said, "and wbea,i(j;
boring town to join other- children lor.me. a .,i votm a Job I suy on it ui hi uoun. i
Had the SOT. Banng-uoun uvea umjm ,. -f,
mmiahrmOan. For th event la 1854 the Rev.
Baring-Gould was asked to escort the group. On
the night before he searched hymnals for a songs
the children might slur as they lurched, romngi
up his search, he wrote aome verses of his own;
wrote them "Hymn for rroeeaeloa with Cross
aad Banners" and went to bed. 9 it p s
. That same year the young bachelor saved a '
mlU hand's daughter trejdrowainf,. soov ar vt0 mosie la 187L .
away to aehool. married her ta 1SS8 , . .. and 1
Osteord, t?rto toUHmrt. t , , V'r--
OlTAHBa mtm mm laywsj 111 I Vi I tut. un (V ,. . .mi
- If ua tlw. nr.. ot J- .4 . ,' ; ' arewers, ipe ere in.oa ,
VMM tae somn aov (rva,
h would have been M when he died la 1M4. It is
paid Joe literary catalogue ec the finifa ainaoum.,!, t
Uets more tttleev by him,- than any ouer autnor
ot hia time. But Babiae Bariag-Qould is beat r
membered for a children's manning song he
wH4 one night when he waa SO . . . and to Which
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l.eadi agatmt tae foe;
forward into tfV:
set, UU ornnrrm. pv
' at, aiM, of triumph A ' "
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-T(rir7TJ.rtet. sotdterr,
Oh to victor t-;s.;n ;-i.:.Y:y:-: '
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"itfro.ers, W your1 Voicet. yff
All one ftedv we.
Otnoorg, then, ye people, - -Join
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Blend with ourt vonr voice
In the Iriampa ot; .
Glory, load, 4 honor,
Unto Ohtitt the Sine, ,.:
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God. God offers a permanent sub
stitute, His righteousness in salva
tion .for His prediction of destruc
tion. He offers the plan, reveals
His purpose. . Man accepts or re
ects, thus , requiring God's wrath
ana righteousness.
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DEVOTION AI READING: I Samuol
1:1-40. ...
God Prepared Him
for July ST. 195S
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To study this Interesting, eon-1 Find the principle ( pronusee;t t v. lu,ie t '
fusing yet valuable prophetic book-; warnings of God) of law being sent i-i Ueia into the -i-... . ou.y
these positive suggestions are of-to that group. 'Notice the response AfTEZl recognlzlagi and accepting
fered. First, find the specif ic place 1 of the church (man's free choice) fh- HB(.mi h.t.M. , i.
(one of 7 churches in Asia) being to that principle. Apply the prlfl.' PPle. tha Uachlng, the law
written to; find otft what situation wrtple to any situation existant to- imroiyeo.'l v
existed at tharplace at that time, day that parallels the situation of I "
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Or. Foremaa
1 1THEN A CHRISTIAN 100KS Daca.
he can see God's hand better
than he can see it looking forward
A Christian, even a worrying Chris
tian (though there should be no such
neoDle as Christians who worry).
can feel very thankful for God's
blessings, care and
guidance in the
past, ' 'even while
worrying over to
morrow's uncer
tainties. How fool
ish this isl God is
even now making
ready for the fu
ture. He is not to be
taken by surprise.
He knows what be
wants and ha knows.1
how to get it. While we waste time
in worry, God is at work. The story
of Samuel is a case in point
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God's Home
EVERY ONE KNOWS that the
strongest single influence in a
person's life is his home. We some
times, take that for granted.
On the ,-. contrary, a home may
wreck a man before he starts. It
has. been said that many alcoholics
get their start, not their start in
drinking but their start in the ner
vous. ( unsettled disposition which
easily slips down into alcoholism
and other drug habits, before they
are six years -old. The wrong kind
Of parents, lack of harmony between
father and mother, ill-treatment or
simple neglect, can make a child
already abnormal before he Is old
enough to go to school.
i Oi the other hand, the fonn
: datioa of a strong man eaa al
ways be found in the home
where he first lived. So It waa
' with the remarkable man, the
prophet Samuel.
r In later. Ufa, he .became lawgiver,
king-maker, preacher and . general
of the army; no ordinary maul The
nation needed him; and when, the
time came, God produced him. But
God produced his mother first
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God's Church
AFTER LEAVING HOME, Sam
uel literally lived in the taber
nacle, which served as a church in
those far off days.- The little boy
found there a second home. Old Eli
the priest no doubt came- to mean
much more 'to him than hia own fa
ther did, his father whom be so
seldom eaw.i'f: i-.-'i'-v, Jj'iV .'
Be tt atHl ts waere Wehureb
la doing what it shoald for the
;' ehUdrea of lie people.: A child
' should not be afraid sf the mln
; later; be aheuld not feel any
thing bat love for the ehareh.
';iTroe, ehareh building ta dif
fereat from 41rar btdldlngs la
df .that It is set apart for a sacred
asevA ehareh Is the symbol ot "
Cod's preseaee among men, and
' tae taaetaary of a ehareh ought
to make all who come late It
MA'PcehJ .holy
. ; , .JfoTeHsJIItJey .n' t&tftm&t&liilbi90lfyL.
. : But that i does not mean that 1
ehud should be afraid of the place,
ss some children are.' If they have
been coming there v every Sunday
since' they ean remember, ; sitting
with the rest of the family in the
family ipeWi (sounds old-fashioned
but there ; are stfll 2 thousands of
them), coming ae regularly that no
question-Is ever asked on Sunday
morning, "WeH, ' shall ' we go to
church; or ' not?" --then they will
feel more at home on the Inside -of
'the ehurch, when the Lord's Day
comes, than they ever.wiU on the
'outside.';' , ;." '. ,. . ,,
. Now this Is not aS always true. If
children and young people are not
attracted by fhe church, as too often
they are not, whose fault is it?
i Whoever may be to blame, tt is
certain that a .church which loses
.its young people, la headed for its
and. .. KJJf" ; ; '
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Th Tolctrbf Cod ' ''t..fI,. .
rIS MOST WTERESTTNQ to know
that when young Samuel heard
'the voice ot God, . It Bounded just
like .the voice ot EU the priest (It
you hoard the voice of God, Whose
biimani voice would it sound like?)
At any rate. Gad prepared this
great prophet Bamaet act eaty -
b tha InfluaneaJ a( boma aad
A. ehareh; but by a penoaal re7
Ugious esperlence. ' Now there
la ao real conflict or eentradlo
ttea between religious odocatloU
'aad' eonverslon, betweea, ithe ;
. (t hureh aad the home, and the .
,'t work ef the Holy Bpirit; id , .,
jj.jGod jras in Samuel's home, God
Waa in that (abirnacle-.''God was In
his '- religious i edvicatirm Buti G' 1
Jso'earne' to' htm'dlr"eMly and w-t
ionly'mrough-home 'and ehurcb,,'lf;
we' wonder ' Sometimes" where the
Christian leaders tot- the'ncxi sen
eratlon ari, dbrnrng froni',' wei may
! be surrGod. is, preparing them evert
' now. hi simple if obscure ways, as
na eUd , with Samuel of Old,
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Cbrl-- o S oH.. t 4I ; Cmill
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The Time is attempting to give its readers a complete directory of all white churches in Dupll nCounty There
are some denominations not listed and probably among those listed errors will be found. We solicit the cooperation of
our readers In giving us the correct information and missing information. If you find your church not listed please drop us
a card giving the correct information. N
SUNDAY SCHOOL AT ALL CHURCHES EACH SUNDAY
PRESBYTERIAN
REV. W. B HOOD, PASTOR
Wallace Church
Every Sunday Morning
2nd, 4th, and 5th Sunday nights
Blacks Chapel
3rd Sunday night
VITAMINS FOR THE SOUL
METHODIST CHURCHES
WALLACE GROUP
K. R. Wheeler, Minister
Text: "Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest xel. 3786
prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prospereth." 3rd John, Wallace Every Sunday morning
2nd verse. and every Sunday night
REV J. M. NISBETT, PASTOR
Rockfish Church
2nd and 4th Sunday mornings
3rd Sunday ngiht
REV. WADE H. ALLISON, Pastor
Mt Zion Church, Rose Hill
1st and 4th Sunday mornings
2nd and 3rd Sunday nights
OAK PLAINS CHURCH
3rd Sunday morning
1st Sunday night
TEACHEY CHURCH
2nd Sunday morning
4th Sunday nigh.
John, in above text, .wishing his friends physical and spiritual
health and prosperity, the most priceless blessings of life Vita
mins are essential to good health; they contain certain nutritional
elements and chemicals that are necessary, which the body itself
cannot produce. Vitamin A is good for eye trouble; B cures pel
lagra; C prevents scurvy; D promotes growth; and E stimulates fer
tility. Body vitamins are important, but religious Vitamins are
equally important to assure our spiritual health and happiness.
Providence First and Third Sun
days at 3 o'clock p. m.
ROSE HILL GROUP
W. B. Cotton, Minister
Tel. 3511
Rose Hill
REV. J. M. NEWBOLD, PASTOR
Warsaw Church
Every Sunday morning
Bowden Community Church
1st. 3rd. and 5th. Sunday evenings
REV. J. T. HAYTER, JR., PASTOR
Grove Chunch
2nd and 4th Sunday mornings
Hallsville Church
1st and 3rd Sunday morings
REV. W. H. GOODMAN, PASTOR
Beulavllle Church
Every Sunday morning
PINK HILL GROUP
Rev. Farrior, Pastor
Pink Hill Third Sunday A. M.
and 1st Sunday P. M.
PLEASANT VIEW
1st Sunday A. M. and 3rd
Sunday P. M.
SMITHS
Second Sunday A. M. and
Fourth Sunday P. M.
HARPER-SOUTHERLAND
Fourth Sunday A. M. and Second
Sunday P. M.
HEBRON
Third Sundays 4 P. M. (3 P. M.
Winter)
Women of the Church
PINK HILL
General meeting Third Tues
day night. Circle No. 1 First
Tuesday night
SMITHS
First Friday night
PLEASANT VIEW
General meetnig Thursday P. M.
after 3rd Sunday. Circle Thurs
day P. M. before 3rd Sunday
HARPER-SOUTHERLAND t v
' "First Wednesday afternoon
Y. P. Field Group 1st and 3rd
Saturday evenings 8 P. M. '
1. VITAMIN A ATTRACTIVENESS. To make the Christian
religion charming and attractive was what Jesus meant when he
said: 'Let your light so shine before men that they may see vour
good works and glorify your father which is in heaven.' Matt. 5:16.
In her prayer one night a little girl said: 'Dear God, please make
the bad people good, and the good people nice.' Is our religion
nice, winsome and attractive?
2. VITAMIN B BROTHERLINESS. Said the disciples to
Christ: 'We saw one casting out devils in thy name and he fol
lowed us not; and we forbade him Jesus said to them, forbid him
not, for he that is not against us is for us." Mark 9:38-40. In
other words, in modern language, Jesus was saying: 'Don't get The
Big Head! Live and Let Live!' Be Brotherly! Be tolerant! Be
Broad Minded! And try to respect and appreciate any one who is
sufficiently spirit filled and endowed with divine grace and power
to 'Cast out Devils!' No one individual, church, or sect, has a mon
opoly on all the religion in the world; and certainly the world is
sorely In need of any and all who are spiritually equipped to 'Cast
Out Devils in His name.'
3. VITAMIN C Courtesy. 'Be ye all of one mind, having
compassion one for another, love as brethren, be pitiful, BE
COURTEOUS." 1 Peter 3:8. Though one may know everything
In 'The Books,' have an answer for all questions, and correctly
cross all T's and dot all I's, and at the same time be a religious
flop because of a spirit of arrogancy, and a lack of kindness and
courtesy. Scholarship is.' desirable, orthodoxy important, but
Christ-likeness is i essential in a Christian. A religion minus
kindness and courtesy isa shameful travesty on true religion
mere balderdash, a 'Sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal!'
' 4. VITAMIN D DEVOTION. Paul said: 'I have Suffered the
loss of all things that I might win Christ.' Phil. 3:8. It costs dearly,
sometimes, to be true and loyal to our Lord; the price could be
misrepresentation, humiliation, broken plans, financial loss, or
bitter disappointment in friendships. Jesus himself said: 'If any
man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up hia
cross, and follow me.' Matt. 16:24. However, we have the com
forting promises of God to inspire and strengthen us: 'I will not
fail thee, nor forsake thee.' Joshua 1:5. 'Be thou faithful unto
death, and I will give thee a crown of life.' Rev. 2:10.
5. VITAMIN E ENTHUSIASM. 'Whatsoever ye do, do it
heartily, as unto the Lord, and not unto men.' Col. 3: 23. Mere
intellectual assent to the doctrines of Christianity is insufficient;
formal subscription to correct orthodoxy is not enough; punctilious
observance of religious rites- and ceremonies is inadequate. We
mdst have Vitamin E ENTHUSIASM for, and in, our Master's
work, lest our religion degenerate and shrivel into a punny, timid,
feet-dragging hollow profession, void of spiritual test, warmth, and
worth-while action. Prayer, Bible study. Church attendance and
fellowship with God's people, are necessary. Attractiveness,
Brotherllness, Courtesy, Devotion, and Enthusiasm, will make our
religion contagiously winsome, and well-pleasing to God, as well
as a blessing to humanity.
Charity
WARSAW GROUP
R. L. Crossno, Minister
Tel. 365
Warsaw First, Second, and Fourth
Sunday Mornings. Third Sunday
night.
Carlton Second and Fourth Sun
day nights
Turkey Third Sunday morning
and the First Sunday night
FAISON
D. F. Kinlaw, Minister TeL 221
Second Sunday Morning and
Fourth Sunday night. Also
Flfts Sunday morning
MOUNT OLIVE CIRCUIT
W. C. Wilson, Minister Tel. 2537
Bethel Fourth Sunday morning
and Second Sunday night
Calypso Second Sunday morning
and Fourth Sunday night. ;.
Rone's Chapel Second and
Fourth Sundays at 10:00 a. m.
Church of Jesus Christ
Of Latter Day Saints
Albertson
Saorement meeting 7:30 p. m. Sun.
PINK HILL
D. C. Boone, Minister Tel. 2756 '
Woodland "trst Sunday Morning
and Third Sunday night '
Pink Hill Second and Fourth Sun
days, Morning and Night
DUPLIN CHARGE '
R. H. Collins, Minister Tel 18S
Friendship Second Sunday morn
ing and Fourth Sunday night
Kenansville First Sunday morn
ing and Third Sunday night
UNIVERSALIS!
Outlaw's Bridge T
Church Service, 1st Sunday night
8:00 p. to. 2nd and 4th Sunday
morning; 11:06 a. m. ' '
Pastor, Rev. L. C. Prater
' Sunday School every Sunday
Morning at 10:06 a. at.
' Mrs. Ed Smith, Superintendent "
Magno"- FonHh Snndav morning
and Second Sunday night '.
Unity Third Sunday morning and
First Sunday night
Wesley Saturday night before the
Second Sunday
LIMESTONE CHAPEL
Advent Christian Church.
p Potters Hill ': i
Services 1st and 3rd Saturday
Night Sun. and Sun. Night Alton
Quinn, 1st Sunday, J. Y. Smith 3rd
Sunday
MISSIONARY BAPTISTS
KENANSVILLE GROUP
Rev. Lauren Sharpe, Pastor
Kenansville. ,
1st and 3rd Sundays
Alum Springs
2nd and 4th Sundays "
REV. ELLIOTT B. STEWART,
Pastor
Corinth
2nd and 3rd Sundays
Teachey
1st and 4th Sundays
ROSE HILL
Rev. J. V. CASE
Services every Sunday
FAISON
Rev. M. M. Turner, Pastor
1st and 3rd Sundays
WELLS CHAPEL
Rev. J J). Buerer, Pastor
2nd and 4th Sundays
WARSAW
Dr. A. W. Greenlaw, pastor
Services each Sunday
i
BEULAVILLE GROUP
Rev. A. L. Brown, Pastor
- - Beulavllle
2nd and 4th Sundays
Cedar Fork
1st and 2nd Sundays
Hallsville
3rd and 4th, Sundays
CHINQUAPIN GROUP
Rev. N. K Gresham, Pastor
Sharon
1st and 2nd Sundays
A Island Creek
1st and 3rd Sundays
Dobson's Chapel .
2nd and 4th Sundays
Shileh
1st and 4th Sundays ;
JOHNSON CHURCH
Rev. Paul Mull, pastor
1st and 3rd Sundays
MAGNOLIA GROUP
Pastor
1st and 3rd Sundays
;::oneord K-i'
2nd and 4th Sundays
''.-
v WALLACE '
Dr. Poatoa, Pastor .
Services each Sunday
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GARNER'S CHAPEL
Rev. W. L Terrell
1st and 3rd Sundays
CALYPSO
Pastor
2nd and 4th Sundays ,
BEAR MARSH
Pastor '- '
-last and 3rd Sundays
JONES CHAPEL
2nd Sunday morning and 4th Sun
day evening.
This directory is made possible through the eouperatlo a of the following bustaew firm
arnTf'S STORE ATLANTIC COFFIN a ad L. E. OFE TORNR CO.
. MkHta- CASKET COMPANY complete, noma ''
W. E. Waller, Prop.
LEON 3. SIMMONS J 1
. Hardware .
MVQUve, N. C. ' ''
Rose HilL N. C.
BELLE OIL COMPANY.
Frigidalre Appliances
Pink Hill, N. C. h
Magnolia, N. C.
I. J. SANDLIN COMPANY
Hdwe., Groes. Dry Goods
v Beulavllle, N. C '
GRADY SUPPLY COMPANY
Red Wing Feeds, Groceries
sic 1 Seven.- Sprtngsc ' -,
J. L. QUINN
General Merchandise
'. . Chinquapin, N, C. r.
C. E QUINN COMPANY u
!.n 3ene-al Merchandise m' i.
. ;, KeaaasvlUe, N. C
DUPLIN TIMES, 'YOUR
COUNTY NEWSPAPER,, j i
KENANSVILLE. N. C. h
. HOMER TAYLOR i
J General Merchandise
Magnolia, N. C.
SMITH DRY CLEANERS
- Sanitoae Cleaning
Warsaw, N. C.
, BRANCH BANK TRUST CO.
' , i, -The Safe Executor ,? 1o
G, E. ALPHIN STORE !
Farm Supplies !
Summerlln's Crossroads !
T. W. QUINN STORE
Groceries, Hardware-, Feeds :,.
Red Hill, near Seotfs Store , i ;?,'"
CATES PICKLE COMPANY
Packers of Cates Pickles
, v Faisoa, N. C '
CALYPSO VENEER CO.
'I . ' ' Retail Lumber Yard ,
Calypso, N. C -'
m a tmt.T COMPANY
. , General Merchaadise'-1'"
."' "."at L. LANIER L. P. TYNDALL SONS ft
Geat Mdse, MapU HU1 Geal Mdse- rarm an?".
, . oi. uuk lurf , PlBk Hill, H. C
- UU4AaffaBa a. '-' -- ' r i i
; V ! s 1 1 fffARSAW FLOUR AND .
X t,- '4 'V1 Warsaw, N. C.- .-'
, f FRED HARDY , CAROLINA BUILDING
. o H.i V. . RUriim n rlT !'
Rt 1, Seveav Springs
Cloldsbera Highway
v, KlBStoa. H. V.
4-it Vvt '-YORE, STORE , m ?1b 1 ) a1 ti n i ii 6
... '. n- l)t BLIZZARD A HOLMES . LL
' v llK'-UX v Meal d Feed.
. , ' , , ' Sevea Springs, N. C. t
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