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The McEachern property*on North Main Street at
Seventh Avenue consisting of dwelling house, garage
and servant's house. 170 feet on Main Street, 400 feet on
Seventh Avenue and 170 feet on Stewart Street.
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435 , Russell St
Fayetteville, N. C.
!Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Brady, Mr.
and Mrs. .Wilton Lewis and son
of Fairpiont visited Mr. and Mrs,
G. A. Monroe and other friends
and relatives at Rockfish last
Sunday P. M. ’
Mr. and, Mrs. D. P. Andrews
spent last Sunday with Mr. ancT
Mrs. G. I. Holder of Lillington.
Industrial Loan & Finance Corp.
W. A. McDonald, Manager
Located In Raeford Dry Cleaners Building
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Dees, for
mer residents of;.^Roc"kfish, now
of Pinehurst, stopped to exchange
greeting wifh some of their Old
friends here Monday P. M. as they
were on their way home from
Carolina Beach,,Where they spent
Mrs. C. S. Pickett spent the
past week end with her mother,
Mrs. M. R. Knight. C. S. Pickett,
Calvin Thompson and Leo Mon
roe of Fayetteville were Rockfish
Mrs. Mamie Blount o' Miami,
Fla., Mrs. Louie Francis of New
York and Mrs. Wallace McLean
of Raeford visited Mrs. M. L.
Wood and Mrs. J. E. Wood and
families last Thursday evening.
J. F. McDonald, M. S. Gibson
and L. H. Koonce were among
'.hose who went on the tour to
Beltsville,. Md. this week.
■. Gilbert Ray, who is at Veteran’s
■Hospital, Fayettevilie spent the
past week-end at the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Ray.
Miss Juanita Long entered the
training schoql for nurses at High
smith hospital^^dp^t 'Monday.
The revival meeting at Galatia
church is progressing nicely this
week with Dr. Samuel E. Howie,
of Highland Presbyterian church
Fayetteville, doing the preaching.
Services every night through
Sunday night, with the exception'
of Saturday night. Everyone is
cordially invited to attend.
Mrs. C. L. Wood, Miss Betty
Jean- and James Wood and Robert
Wood visited Mrs. Earl McKin
non and family of Cumberland,
Mr. and Mrs. Howsrd Wood ,of
Newport News, Va spent some
time with Mr. Wood's mother,
Mrs. C. L. Wood, last week.
HE GETS RESULTS
Mrs. Alonza Watson of Fayette
ville visited her mother, Mrs. El
len Jones, and family last Sunday.
The Johnson Co.
Miss Bessie Wright went to a
reunion near Goldsboro last Sun
day. She also attended a surprise
birthday dinner, given for a friiend
in Raleigh last Monday evening..
Harold Tillman of Raleigh and
Miss Bessie Wright vi'sited J. H.
Fogle of Manchester at Highsmith
hospital Saturday night and found
him getting along just fine. Mr.
Fogle wS's one. of the victims of
the head 6n collision between ’two
cars on the Spring Lake-Liiling-
ton highway about six miles from
Spring Lake in Harnett County,
Saturday. Harold Tillman came
along just in time to take him to
the hospital. He was suffering
froim severe cuts about the head
neck and hands and very likely
would have died tout for the
quick medical care that he re
Draws 485 Entries
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North Carolina’s Five Acre Cot
ton Contest this year will have
almost tiwice as many entries as
the 270 farmers who competed
last year, sajts J. A. Shanklin,
Agronomy Extension specialist at
On the closing date for entries
the contest 485 farmers had
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They want this because they are straightforward,
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it is simply good business to keep their places
clean and wholesome.
Hence this request: Patronize only respectable
dealers. ConTmend those noticeably careful
about the conduct of their establishment^.
A reasonable request, we feel, designed to keep
a clean business clean.
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&pe nence is the
e Remember that wartime cigarette shortage? The
many different brands .people smoked? As a result
of that experience .. . those comparisons .. . more
people are smoking Camels than ever before!
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declared their intientions to com
pete for the $800 state prize, Mr.
Shanklin said. “It is doubtful,
hoiwever, that all of these con-
tentants wMl choose to remain
for final competitidn,” the spec
ialist declared, “because of crop
damage ancl^ failure or other un
In addition to the State prizes
of $800 and $400. and the district-
prizes of $300, $200, and
$100 in three districts, there will
be a special $50 prize for the high
contestant in each County havipg
Iff or more growers carrying out
all the requirements of the contest.
No farmer will receive more than
one prize award, Mr. Shanklin
Scotland - and Harnett Counties
lead the state in numlber of en
tries, with each having 36. John
ston is second with 29; Mecklen
burg, third with 27; and Anson
fourth with 24.
Thomas F. Moore of Mecklen
burg County was^declared State
winner in last year's contest by
producing 1,434 pounds of lint
cotton per «cre..
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Or would you stay near home? Any man ■who has
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or more. He can choose to be assigned directly to duty in
^Europe or with one of live famous Infantry divisions in the
J’ar East. Or he may cboose to be stationed near home for
the first full year of his enlistment (where there are vacancies).
Mea with or without prior service may dioose one of the
famous combat divisions in Japan or Korea.
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JAMES C. LENTZ
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