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{ Above are shown the 10 directors of the Farmers Mutual Exchange of Durham. The
directors, who represent the interest of farmers in Durham, Orange, Chatham, Gran
, y ibe and Person counties, meet once each month at the Exchange building, Durham,
to discuss operation of the cooperative. The men are, left to right: W. H. Ferguson,
Pittsboro; George W. Joyner, Woodsdale; James F. Bullock, Oxford; C. W. Stanford,
Teer; C. H. Lutherloh, Pittsboro; J. T. Hicks, Durham; H. S. Hogan, Chapel Hill; 0. K.
Goodwin, Durham; W. S. Hunt, Hillsboro; W. M. Bacon, Bahama. The directors were
elected to serve during the fiscal year 1936-37 at the annual meeting of stockholders
held recently.
FARMERS EXCHANGE
AT AUBREY LONG CO.
Exchange Qperates in Granville,
Durham, Person, Orange,
Lee and Chatham
Counties.
The housekeeper’s delight in Rox
boro is Aubrey Long & Co., an up
to-ditte grocery store located on
Court street.
The George W. Kane
ORGANIZATION
Invites You To Sell Your Tobacco In Roxboro
The Roxboro Market opens Oct. sth with better
prospects for a successful year than in the past.
Growers are cordially invited to sell their tobac
co on this market and can be assured of highest
prices, fair treatment and friendly welcome from
tobacconists, professional and business men of
Roxboro.
BUY AND SELL HERE AND BE ASSURED
THAT YOU HAVE RECEIVED THE BEST
George W. Kane
CONTRACTOR
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ROXBORO, NORTH CAROLINA , i
Mr. Aubliey Long is proprietor 1
of this place and with him are a
corps of polite and efficient clerks
who know groceries.
Aubrey Long & Co. is one of the
most attractive stores in this sec
tion of the state. The large floor'
space, always clean and attractive,:
the modern sanitary market and the
display shelves and the large and
complete stock of staple and fancy
groceries hold out a shining invita
tion to visit the establishment.
This concern also is the local rep
resentative of Farmers Mutual Ex-
PERSON COUNTY TIMES RfcXBORQ, N. C.
1 change, which operates in Granville.
Durham, Person, Orange, Lee and
Chatham counties. Farmers of Per
son county have found that there
is always a market for their goods
at Aubrey Long & Co., and when
j they sell their produce, they find
| it economical to buy their grocery
needs in the same store.
o
Ganders or males are usually
larger, have coarser thicker heads,
longer necks and a shriller higher
pitched voice.
AUBREY LONG & CO.
IF IT’S GOOD TO EAT WE HAVE IT
PHONE 113 ROXBORO, N. C. COURT STREET
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ROXBORO Your Best Tobacco Market—-
AUBREY LONG 6- COMPANY
Your Best Food Market
We have for your inspection a modern and up - to - date
Food Store.
HEAVY AND FANCY GROCERIES, WESTERN MEATS, FEED AND
SEEDS. OUR PRICES YOU WILL FIND AS LOW AS ANYWHERE.
Flourfir $ 5.95 | Fat Back lb. 13c
Vegetole Lard 8 lb. pkg. $1.07
Coffee L *k 50c
Peanut Butter, qt. jar ... 27c
Cocoa, 2 lb. pkg 18c
Salad Dressing qt. jar .. 25c
A-l Crackers, 2 lb. pkg. . 19c
Armour’s Corned Beef
12 oz. can 16c
Armour’s Cooked Brains
5 oz. cans, 3 for 25c
©To Person County
Farmers Marketing and
Farm Supply Service
Farmers will receive the wholesale market prices in cash or trade for poultry, eggs, hams,
grain or seeds delivered to our place any day.
We supply Person County farmers with Farm ers Mutual Exchange tested and approved
Seeds, Fertilizers and Feeds at lower prices.
PRICES FOR THIS WEEK
Abruzzi Rye, bu $1.94
Crimson Clover, lb 9 1 /zc
Red Dog, bag $2.47
Hog Fattener, bag $2.60
Shipstuff, bag $2.15
Farmers Mutual Exchange
AUBREY LONG & CO.
- ROXBORO, N. C.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER IST, 193®
Sugar£' s b - 5 l-4c
FRESH MEAT DEPT.
Steer Steak, round, lb. .. 30c
Sirloin or T-Bone, lb. ... 39c
Country Sausage, lb. ... 30c
Bologna, lb 15c
Ground Beef, lb 15c
Cotton Seed Meal, bag . $1.79
16 Per Cent Dairy, bag $1.99
Beardless Barley, bu. .. $1.89
Laying Mash, bag $2.79
Salt, 100 lb. bag SLOO
    

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