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ANNUAL BUSINESS
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Bank of Farmville
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service
Roebuck's I
Home Grocery I
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Heavy and Fancy Groceries I
Western Branded Steer I
At All Times. I
?We Pay Market Prices For?
CHICKENS, EGGS, PIGS and COWS.
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(/. S. BENNETT I
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Dealer In -
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GENERAL MERCHANDISE I
Heavy and Fancy Groceries I
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Main St. Farmville, N. C. |
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JOHN E. ARTIS
Barber Shop
6 First Class Barbers to Serve
YOU!
Between the 2 Drug Stores
| Farmville
Furniture Company,
High Grade Furniture and
House Furnishings
-Radios
Electric Refrigerators
Funeral Directors
-GOOD THINGS TO EAT
Smith's
Grocery Store
Farmville's Oldest Service Grocery
Native Beef, Pork and Branded
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Western Steer A Specialty
PHONES 192?196
FARMVILLE, N. C.
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DRIVE IT ONLY 5 MILES
and you will never be satisfied with
any other low priced car
B. & W. CHEVROLET CO., Inc.
Phone 70 , Farmville, N. C.
When Yon Are In Farmville
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Nassif Cannon
DEPT. STORE
?FOR BIG BARGAINS IN
Ladies' Hats, Coats and Shoes
Men's and Boy's Clothing,
Hats and Shoes and
Family Outfitters
Main St. Farmville, N. C.
R. L Davis & Bros.
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FIRST CLASS LINE OF
Clothing?Dry Gooda?Hats
Shoes and Groceries
FARMVILLE, N. C.
Complete Line of Implements and
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General Hardware
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FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT
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BACK THE PRESIDENT
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Dupree's Dept. Store
THE BEST FOR LESS
Visit Us for a Complete Stock
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NEW MERCHANDISE
? and New Spring Styles ?
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear/Men's
and Boy's New Spring Suits
Shoes for the Entire Family
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Lore Grocery Co.
FARMVILLE, N. C.
. Heavy and Fancy Groceries
Fresh Meats of All Kind
For Quick Service Call
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J. W. Holmes & Son
JOHN DEERE
FARMING IMPLEMENTS
BEMIS
TRANSPLANTERS & REPAIRS
ROYSTERS
HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS
We Loan You Money to
Make Your Crop.
We'd like to
C. U. B. A.
Customer
of Ours
D. H. STALVEY, Manager I
J. C. Corbett's
Garage
Auto Accessories and
GENERAL REPAIRING
We Specialize in Reboring Motors and In
stalling Cylinder Sleeves and Valves
Replacement Seats
Phone 212
FARMVILLE, N. C.
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J. H. HARRIS
FARMVILLE, N. C.
Headquarters For
DEPENDABLE
MERCHANDISE
Sensibly Priced
Florsheim and Star Brand
SHOES
Farmville-Woodward
Lumber Co.
LUMBER
MANUFACTURERS
I Phone 610
FARMVILLE, N. C.
| E.& F. Motor Co.
? GENERAL REPAIRING
?Battery Service?
Agents for
Chrysler and Plymouth Cars
Sales and Service
Phone 45
W. E. FORBES, Manager
H. C. Cobb & Co.
GRIST MILL ? WILSON STREET
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FARMVILLE, N, C.
EVERY DAY MILL DAY
CORN AND GRAIN GROUND EVERY
WAY
? Chicken and Hog Feed ?
This Grist Mill is For Sale and will be sold *
at a Bargain for Cash.
Clear Tobacco Contracts
For Benefit Payments
Flue-cured tobacco growers in this
State will soon get rental payments
of over 15,000,000 for reducing their
production 30 per cent this year, says
E. Y. Floyd of the State College, di
rector of the tobacco adjustment pro
gram in North Carolina.
Rental payments were started last
week to growers whose contracts hare
bee accepted by the Washington of
fice of the AAA. North Carolinians
will get their checks as fast as their
contracts are approved.
As the revision of contracts in
which past acreage and production
claims were overstated is completed
and six others will be completed in
the immediate future. The other
counties ore making good headway
with their adjustments, Floyd said,
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and he expects the whole State to be
cleared in two weeks or less.
Floyd also said that of the 58,000
contracts, some 30,000 or more will
make the signers eligible for a total
of $2,060,000 in equalisation payments
on the weed they sold in 1933 before
the prices reached parity. . Applica
tions for about three-fourths the eli
gible number have been received. ?
The counties in which the contracts
have been revised and passed by the
Raleigh office are: New Hanover,
Wilkes, Craven, Wilson, Vance, Hoke,
Montgomery, Duplin, Anson, Chath
am and Randolph. ^
The six counties, -which will be
cleared next are: Pitt, Jones, Cum
berland, Lenoir, Johnston and Cas
welL
General Contract
For Ford Exposition
Building Awarded
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The general contract for erection of
the Ford Exposition building at the
Chicago World's Fair has been award
ed to the W. E. O'Neal Construction
Company of Chicago, it was announc
ed today by J. F. Wood, Jr., manager
of the Norfolk Branch of the Ford
Motor Company.
Construction work, which has al
already begun, is to be completed be
fore June 1.
Fourteen hundred tons of steel will
be used in the building, which will be
900 feet long and rise to 110 feet at
its highest point in a huge central
rotunda.
Specifications call for 700,000
square feet of fire-resistant wall
board, 1,600,000 feet of lumber, 5,000
yards of concrete and 160,000 square
feet of tile flooring. The entire space
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reserved for industrial exhibits will
b$ skylighted.
_ Large quantities of chromium metal
work will be used in both interior
and exterior embellishment, in line
with the conservatively modernist
motif of the architecture. 1
Fifteen bids were received. Thei
three lowest were so close that, two
days were spent in conference be
tween Ford officials and. bidders be
fore the award was finally^made in
the offices of Albert Khan, Detroit
architect
W. E. O'Neal, president, and C. F.
Trimarco, chief estimator,; represent
ed the successful company.
The Ford building, which is to be
one of the largest at the 1934 A Cen
tury of Progress will be situated on
an 11-acre tract with a frontage of
1100 feet on Lake Michigan. A five
acre park on the lake shore is a part
of the general project, though thia
was not included in today's contract.
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Work on the corn-hog campaign is
expected to gather speed when the
cotton and tobacco contracts have
been cleared. j
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^I^mnaiiunal Fertilizers
You are benefited by the products of a company which *
had built its boslness (?i a basis of manufacturing ferti
lizers to produce the most value for every dojlar invested
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