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Have You Placed Your Rental Or Sale Ad Yet?—Call 2800—Want Ad Dept.
The Wilmington Star
CLASSIFIED RATES
„ classified ads inserted in both
Ail Kington Mews and The Wil
l Morning Star. Insertion of
ti>n»,t0|l ue on same day or evening
i* '' ‘ t morning, except when
"‘ertion is Saturday morning,
(>rst :rond insertion will run Mon
"““•News. No classified ads sold
W'”. ‘paper only,
for onecJ (ssiFlED RATES
.-m»*Vate _15c Per line
0:8 'Time rate -14c per line
«“!? time rate-13c per line
geten t 10c per ]jne
li !!m! llll "I_ 8C per line
-^advertisements taken for less
bordered for a special number
A’vs and stopped before expire
0 “ will only be charged for the
"°”'her of times the ad appeared
^ adjustment made at the rate
“special rate of yearly advertising
"rhaSTads will be received by
, hnne if advertiser’s name is
"5 „ telephone directory, and
Hill be sent next -ay.
b Count five average words to the
!infi, discontinuances should be
. in person at The Star-News
®f(“cei or if bv telephone, must be
'TlMids ''are restricted to their
JLr classification and to the reg
, ar STAR-NEWS at„e of type,
r-rors in advertisintents should
reported immediately. The Star
v.ws will not be responsible for
‘than one incorrect insertion.
No ad taken for less than basis of
Hr., lines.
Cards of thanks charged for at
rate of 25 cents per line. Count five
average words to the line.
charge of $5.00 is made for pub
lished "In Memoriam” and resolu
tions.
The Star-News assumes no re
sponsibility for any advertisement
iiot handled or inserted as directed
except to publish or republish after
notification- _
MAIN OFFICE PHONE
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S Ask For Ad-Taker.
notice to public
All advertising appearing in these
columns is for reputable and reli
able concerns, so far as we can
ascertain from a careful investiga
It is our intention, however, to
see that every firm that uses these
columns is required to live up to
their obligations. Therefore, should
you reply to any advertisement on
this page and services are not ren
dered as advertised, The Star-News
wants to know it.
The U. S. postal regulations are
very sirict in such matters as such
an act would be misuse of the U. S.
mail and the Star-News will see
that any attempt to defraud is
promptly handled by the P. O. de
partment.
CLASSIFIED INDEX
1— Announcements.
3—Automotive.
2— A—Auto Supplies.
3— Amusements.
4— Awnings.
6—Beauty Parlors.
8—Beer.
10— Business Service.
11— Builders.
12— Builders’ Supplies.
13— Boats.
13- A—Booksellers, Stationers.
14— Business Opportunities.
20—Cleaners and Dyers.
32— Coal, Wood, Fuel Oil.
33— Dairy Products.
34— Dancing.
33-Drugs.
38—Dry Cleaning, Pressing.
41— Eatables.
42— Eating Places.
48—Feeds.
30—Financial.
51— Florists.
52— For Rent.
52- A—Resorts.
53— For Rent Apartments.
60—For Rent, Rooms.
63—For Rent, Houses.
20—For Sale.
23—Hardware.
23—Household Goods,
80—Houses For Sale.
83—Help Wanted, Male,
80—Help Wanted, Female.
03—Insurance.
100—Instruction.
10.1—Lost and Found.
110—Livestock.
HI—Miscellaneous.
112— Machinery.
113— Music.
120— Office Equipment.
121- Office For Rent.
--rainting, Papering,
i-i—Printing.
J55~Pro£essional.
135— Personal.
136— Poultry.
139—Radio and Repairs.
1»9—Real Estate.
1m—Seeds and Plants.
Situations Wanted,
la"—Typewriters.
133—Shoe Repairing.
US-A—Sporting Goods._
^_ Automotive
1?, p L YMOUTH DELUXE
s,an; 1939 Studebaker 2-dooi
pi,' Both in perfect condition.
inerson-Barnes Motor Co. Phone
^^BOLET SALEd & SERVICE
406-408 Princess Street
■_.ney Chevrolet Company
lj34 PONTIAC SEDAN. IE YOU'VE
en looking for a good economi
US?<1 car, here it is. Roberts
sed Car Exchange,
'337 WlLLYS SEPian no MiTTrs
-^CGRLY REBUILT BLUE
Uia°u Farma11 Tractor. Less
i. hal£ price. Two year terms
^arks Machinery Co.
I i
10_Business Service
WATER SYSTEM REPAIRS. ALL
makes of pumps. Blake Bros.
Phone 1356-J.
|1Builders
3UILD NOW! SPECIAL” PRICES
on Beach Cottages at Wrlghts
vllle Beach. Luther T. Rogers,
General Contractor. Phone 253.
3NJOY THE CONVENIENCE OF
an extra bedroom or sun parlor.
Estimates. G. A. Quinn, Con
tractor. Sunset Park. Phone
472.
12 Builders' Supplies
BUILDING OR REPAIRING? LET
us give you an estimate on your
lumber needs. Cape Fear Lumber
Co., Phone 670.
NEED LUMBER? it WILL PAY
you to get our prices before buy
ing. Our Stock is Complete. Me
Iver Bros. Lumber Co., Phone
2445.
3ENASCO SLAM TEST ROOFING
Is Beautiful
Durable Economical
Best by Test. Hanover Iron Works
109 No. Water St. Phone 609
Everything
To Build
The Home
E. W. Godwin's Sons
Castle Hayne Road Phone 562
DISTRIBUTORS INSELBRIC AND
Brixite Insulation. Estimates.
American Home Improvement Co.,
120 Market St., Phone 1466.
150,000 FEET USED LUMBER—All
heart lumber. Also doors, windows
STAR WRECKING & LUMBER CO.
S. W. Corner 3rd and Kidder
NOW’S THE TIME TO PAINT.
Save with Lucas Faints. Covers
more square feet per gallon . . .
Lasts year longer. Call today for
prices and color cards. Becker’s.
Phone 82.
13 Boats
Boat Building—Repairs—Painting
All Work Guaranteed!
MARINE SERVICE INC.
Phone 7771
Wrightsville, No. Car.
20 Cleaners and Dyers
MEN’S SUITS, HATS, COATS
AND LADIES’ PLAIN OQp
DRESSES__
• CASH AND CARRY
Delivered 49c
WILLARD’S-EUREKA
Corner 2nd and Dock Phone 25
32 Coal, Wood. Fuel Oil
T. E. COOPER & CO., Inc.
(Foot Parsley St.) Phone 481
Best coal and wood. Lowest prices.
CAROLINA WOOD YARD. 17TH
and Castle. Phone 1078. Quality
wood of all kinds and coal.
35 Drugs
FIGHT THAT COLD! GET A BOT
tle of Prescription No. 7. For
colds and coughs. Helps to clear
the head; mild laxative. Price
25c. Brooklyn Pharmacy, 4th and
Bladen St., Phone 1330.
42 Ealing Places
BEST OYSTER ROAST~ FISH.
chicken and western steaks. Dine
and Dance at Capt. Ben’s Tele
phone 5813. Mfgrs. Capt. Ben’s
Clam Chowder.
WE ARE NOW SERVING SHAD
and shad roe. Also fried chicken,
trout, barbecue and steaks. Paul’s
Place, Route 40.
48 Feeds
FUL-O-PEP LAYING M.4 SH
keeps the hens in the best of
health, encourages maximum pro
duction, and produces eggs at a
lower cost. You have to feed it
v to appreciate its superior quali
ties. J. J- Allen & Son, Phone
380,
55 For Rent, Apartments
FOR RENT — NICE LOWER
apartment, No. 220 S. Fourth
Street, possession March 1st.
W. M. HEWLETT, REALTOR
214 Princess,St. Phone 943
YOU CAN FIND JUST THE KIND
of apt. you are seeking with a
“Wanted to Rent” Ad. Phone
2800—Cost Small.
63 Room and Board
ROOMS AND BOARD—MRS. MER
ritt. 20 So. 3rd Street, upstairs.
Phone 1876-M.
65 For Rent, Houses
707 GRACE STREET FIVE ROOM
house in good condition. Reason
able. Foster-Hill Realty Co.
Phones 1467-1468.
VERY NICE HOME IN OLEAN
der. 7 rooms. Steam heat. Wil
letts Realty Co., 124 Princess St.,
Phone 342.
-——-- -
FOR RENT
1419 Orange Street, 6 rooms and
bath. A convenient location. Rent
reasonable.
MOORE-FONVIELLE REALTY CO.
‘‘Realtors’’
201 Princess Street
Phone 97 or S8
502 WRIGHTSVILLE AVeT 6
room bungalow. Excellent con
dition. Garage. Marshall Realty
Co., Phone 976.
ONE 5 ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT.
J. P. Newton. Castle Hayne Road.
Telephone 2006-J.
70For Sale
STORE AND MK'i. FIXTURES.
New and rebuilt scales choppers,
slicers, refrigerators, display
cases. Hobart Mfg. Co-, 27 Mar
ket Street. _
MEN! YOU CAN DRESS WELL
and save real money on your en
tire clothing bill at Finklestein's,
Front and Market.
100% PURE PENNA. MOTOR OIL.
Satisfaction or your money back.
$1.49, two-gallon sealed can. Good
rich Silvertown Stores, Phone 42S.
70 For Sale
LADIES SHOES $100. VALUES
up to $2.98. Undamaged. Hog
gard-Bowden’s Fire Sale. 18 Mar
ket Street.
ONE LOT MEN’S SHOES (SMOKE
Damaged) $1.00. Values up to
$5.00. Hoggard-Bowden, 18 Mar
ket Street.
FOR SALE — RICH SOIL FOR
flowers and shrubbery. C. Leeu
wenburg. Phone 2546- W.
DON’T BUY A REFRIGERATOR
until you see the Philco at Pender
Furniture Co., 28 So. Front St.
73 Hardware
INSULATE YOUR HOME WITH
Reynolds Metal Insulation. Effi
cient—economical—does not ab
sorb moisture—vermin proof. Easy
to apply. Warm in winter—cool
in summer. Let us give you esti
mates. Gregg Bros. Hdwe. Phone
632.
75 Household Goods
SLIGHTLY USED OIL STOVES
at great savings. 1-8” Burner Oil
Stove, $30.00 value, $20.00. Sears,
Roebuck and Co.
SUE LATEST MODELS ESTATE
Gas Ranges made by manufac
turers of Estate Coal and Oil
Stoves. C. B. Wessell, 305 No.
Front St.
10 PC. WALNUT DINING ROOM
suite; Superfex oil heater; oil
stoves, kitchen cabinets. Batson’s
Transfer.
NEW WASHING MACHINES. RE
duced prices while they last. $1.00
down, $1.00 week. Clock Free
with each machine. Todd Furni
ture Co., Phone 35?.
4 PC WALNUT FINISH BED
room suite. Only $39.50. Home
Furniture Co., 23 Merket Stl
SEE BIG RADIO VALUES
Now On Display In Our Window
Prices Dropping $1.00 a Day
Thrif-T-Stores, Inc., 25 So. Front St.
SPECIAL! 3 PC. OVERSTUFFED
living room suites, $59-50, $79.50,
$89.50, $99.50. All at Pender Fur
niture Co.
iJ XL,. *»
suite. Like new. Bargain price.
Bost Furniture Co., 29 So. Front
Street.
4 PC. BEDROOM SUITE, SLKillT
ly used. Priced for quick sale.
Peoples Furniture Co., 213 No.
Front St._
SPECIAL CLOSE-OUT PRICES ON
used Florence and Perfection Oil
Cook Stoves; kitchen cabinets;
living room suites. Also sacri
ficing a few new mattresses and
bedroom suites that were water
damaged. Sutton-Council Furni
ture Co., 310 No. Front St.,
Phone 1070.
STUDIO COUCHES $29.50 UP; OC
ca«ional chairs, $5.95 up. Jones
Furniture Co., 18 So. Front St.
LIMITED SUPPLY USED RA
dios. Priced $4.95 and up. Snee
den-York Co., 119 Market St.,
Phone 292L .
80 Houses For Sale
5 TENANT HOUSES. GOOD CON
dition. Yielding 17% net. Quick
sale. Terms. W. M. Hewlett,
Realtor, 214 Princess St., Phone
943. __
85 Help Wanted, Male
32,468 PRINTING AND PUBI.ISH
ing plants in the U. S. employing
500,000 trained people. We offer
training in Hand Composition,
Linotype, Presswork, Monotype.
Using more than $100,000 worth
of equipment to train you in a
school controlled by printers and
publishers. Not operated for prof
it. Write Southwest Vocational
School, 3800 Clarend n Drive, Dal
las, Texas.
Read The Classified Ads
90 Help Wanted, Female
TWO YOUNG LADIES UNDER 25
for position with Keystone Co.
Work southeastern states under
lady mgr. Guaranti ed Income,
free to travel. Apply after 7 p. m.
Mr. Huckaby, Brunswick Hotel.
100 Instruction
COMPTOMETER, STENOTYPY
and all business subjects taught.
Mrs. Motte’s Secretarial School.
313 Church Street.
105 Lost and Found
MEN'S-WOMEN'S - CHILDREN’S
Bath Robes 50c up. Values to
$3 95. Hoggard-Bowden’s Fire Sale
IS Market.
WE SPECIALIZE IN PRESCRIP
tlons. Registered pharmacists do
the compounding and the ingre
dients used are the highest grades.
Our charges are never more—and
often less. Free delivery service
Hall’s Drug Store, 5th and Cas
tie Streets.
Ill Miscellaneous
L A D I E S’ AND CHILDREN’S
Dresses (80 x 80 Prints) 25c up.
Values to $1.95. Hoggard-Bow
den, 18 Market Street.
120 Oiiice Equipment
CHEER UP Y O U R FRIENDS
vith a “Get Well Card." Shoe
maker’s. Phone 954.
136 Poultry
BABY CHICKS — REDUCED
prices, healthy, bloodtested day
olds, two-week olds, four-w e e k
olds. ROUDABUSH’S.
139 Radio and Repairs
SHACKELFORD’S RADIO SERV
ice. Any make, any model. 3rd
and Grace, Phone 2709. (Com
mercial Frigidaire Dealer).
FRENCH RADIO CO., SALES AND
Service. Satisfaction t4uaranteed.
Complete stock of new radios.
Luke French, Phone 852. 1304
Market Street.
DIXIE RADIO SERVICE. OPEN
dav and night. Work guaranteed.
418 So. Third St., Phone 2°48-J.
150 Real Estate
PROPERTY OWNERS: HAVE YOU
a vacant apartment or house for
rent. List with us for immediate
results. Marshall Realty Company,
Phone 970, 216 Princess St.
2912 MARKET ST.. 8 ACRES WITH
modern home, at greatly reduced
price. Will accept other property
in trade. H. F- Wilder, Phone 631
LIST YOUR RENTAL AND SALES
With Us. A-l Service.
Frank G. Harriss 120 princess St.
SALES-RENTALS-INVESTMENT
Moore-Fonvielle Realty Co.
We are equipped iO serve you
CHOICE SOUND FRONT LOTS,
Myrtle Grove Sound. Easy terms.
Meares Harriss, 222 Princess St.,
Phone 1129,
155 Seeds and Plants
POTTED PLANTS AND CUT
flowers. Flagstones, stepping
stones for walks and terraces.
John Verzaal. Winter Park.
SEED FEEDS, FERTILIZERS,
Spray Materials, Garden, Lawn
and Farm Supplies. Cross Seed
Co., 12 Market St., Phone 1111.
UNION SETS. GARDEN PEAS,
Tomatoes, Peppers, Lespedeza and
Carpet Grass. Farm Tools and
Feeds. T. W. Wood and Sons, 317
North Front St., Phone 133.
FRESH SEEDS — TOMATO. PEP
per, Garden Peas, Lettuce, Tur
nips, etc, Cabbage Plants. Rouda
bush’s. Front and Dock.
156 Situations Wanted
YOUNG MAN 19 YEARS OF AGE.
1 year in college. Quick and en
ergetic. Desires at y type work.
LaVerne Thompson, Wampee, S.
r*.
158 Shoe Repairing
For. SHOE REPAIRING INVISI
ble to the eye, try our guaranteed
work.
Cinderella Repair Dept.. Call 2678
170 Wanted
RUGS AND UPHOLSTERY TO
shampoo in your own home; also
painted walls to clean. L. E. Mor
ton, Mgr. Phone 1807-M.
FOR QUICK RENTAL RESULTS.
List Your Vacancies in the Want
Ads. Phone 2800—Cost Small.
Everyone In Wilmington
To Attend Our Fire Sale Now On!
HQGGARD-BOWDEN
You Can Save at 18 Market St.
FOR YOUR BOTTLED BEVER
ages, ice cream, magazines, cigar
ettes, new-spapers, call 9135. Joe
Chadwick’s Soda Shop and News,
10th and Grace. Free delivery.
WANTED To BUY — CARAT OR
carat and 1-2 diamond ring cheap
for cash. Ans. ". .amond." c-o
Star-News.
180 Legal
NOTICE OF EXECUTION SALE
By virtue of an execution directed
to the undersigned by ti e Superior
Court of New Hanover County in
the above entitled action, 1 will on
Monday, the 11th day of March,
1940, at 12.00 o’clock, M., at the
C-urthouse door of New Hanover
county in Wilmington, North Caro
lina, sell to the highest bidder for
cash to satisfy said execution, all
the right, title, and interest which
the said Seaside Ready Company,
Incorporated, the defendant, has in
the following described real estate,
tf- wit:
All of lots 5, 6 and 7 according to
map recorded in Map Book 2, page
136, and being the came property
conveyed to D. L. Futch one of the
parties of the first part hereof, bv
deed recorded July 31, 1928 in Book
200, page 23; all of the office of the
Register of Deeds of New Hanover
county, to which said deed and map
MIDDUNG COTTON
NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 16—'-'PL
he average price of middling 3 5-16
ch cotton today at ten southern
>ot markets was 5 points higher at
i.S6 cents a pound; average for
in past thirty market days 10.69.
JO Legal
iference is had for a more parti
tlar description thereof.
Property located in Cape Fear
ownship.
This the 10th day of February,
140.
C. DAVID JONES
Sheriff of New Hanover County
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
RANEYS
Salt1
OK
BPY HERE
ANDSAVE!
CHEVROLET TOWN SEDAN
1938 Model. New tires, new
paint, heater, radio, motor.
Genuinely recondit i o n e d.
Formerly $500, 4MCC
now only .
FORD COUPE
1937 Model. Original paint,
new tires, new motor. Up
holstery clean. A perfect
little car d»OQC
for onlj^^^^^^JD OuD
CHEVROLET COACH
1935 Master Model. New
tires, thoroughly recondi
tioned from bumper to
bumper. This is an excel
lent buy C91 C
for only.<Pfci ID
PLYMOUTH COACH
1936 Model. New tires,
new paint. Upholstery like
new. Motor reconditioned.
A real
buy at .
FORD TUDOR SEDAN
1934 Model. New motor,
original paint. Good tires.
A real clean Cl 7C
little car. Only . . <P I/O
CHEVROLET COACH
1934 Model. Thoroughly
reconditioned and Cl QC!
guaranteed. Only «</1«/J
CHEVROLET SEDAN
1933 Model. Good tires,
motor in A-l condition.
Original paint. Our
sale price . <P«/3
CHEVROLET COUPE
1931 Model. New tires. A-l
condition. A good CQH
buy
Several Good Used Cars
From *25 up to *100
Also many good trucks to
do any kind of job.
RANEY
Chevrolet Co.
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It Can Be Done!
i
and So Sasdy— i
Maybe your spare room has been !
vacant for months and you have
tried numbers of ways to find a
satisfactory tenant. Now use ths
one method all Wilmington uses
—-a STAR-NEWS WANT AD.
I - >j i s i ! i
P *.•;? ji j
Convert that vacancy into cash.
To Do So !
Phone 2800
i
AND ASK FOR AN AD-TAKER
SIDE GLANCES
“If you were a pup you’d probably howl, too, at a sight
' like this.”
BOYD IS ENDORSED
FOR LEGION POST
Wilson Man Is Suggested For
Office Of National
Committeeman
WILSON, Feb. 16—Stickney Boyd
alternate national (ommitteernan of
the North Carolina department,
American Legion, has been unani
mously endorsed by the membership
of the Robert B. Anderson Post No.
13, American Legion, of Wilson, for
the office of national committeeman
object to the action of the depart
ment convention to be held in High
3oint in June.
Boyd has been a very active mem
per of the Robert P. Anderson Post
since its organization in 1919. He
las served as commander of the
Robert B. Anderson Post and Chef
ie Gare of Voiture No. 930 of the
^irty and Eight in Wilson. For
live years he served as president of
she Wilson County fair, which is
jwned and operated by the Robert
B. Anderson post. This property
was purchased during his adminis
sration. He has served as a member
pf the executive committee of his
post for a great many years and on
many standing and special commit-'
tees.
For the past six years, Boyd has
served as alternate national com
mitteeman representing the North
Carolina department and has a’tend
ed quite a few meetings of the Na
tional Executive committee held
both at national headquarters in In
dianapolis and at national conven
tions. He has also served as a mem
ber of special national convention
committees at the New York, Loa
Angeles and Chicago conventions.
During the World war, he served
with Headquarters company, 322nd
Infantry, 81st (Wildcat) division.
He saw active service during his 12
months in France.
social service rarley
Scheduled April 21-23
WINSTON-SALEM, Feb. 16.—(iP)—
Various phases of welfare problems
will be presented by outstanding
speakers in their respective fields
at the three-day session of the North
Carolina state conference for Social
Service here April 21, 22 and 23.
Called together by Miss Harriett
Elliott, of Greensboro, conference
president, the committee on arrange*
ments for the gathering discussed a
tentative program today and agreed
upon certain features. Final plans
have not been made for the meet
ing.
High lighting the list of speakers
will be Dr. Thomas Parran, Jr., sur
geon general of the United States,
who is scheduled to deliver an ad
dress the night of April 22.
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
Fresh Seeds to Plant Now. Irish
Potatoes, Garden Peas, Tomatoes.
Peppers, Onion Sets, Collards, Tur
nips, Beets, Radish, Spinach, Let
tuce, etc.
CABBAGE & LETTUCE PLANTS
FRESH DAILY
BABY CHICKS
Healthy, Blood
tested. Day - olds
fjRmi $1.00 doz.; $7.50
fB* 3- hundred. 4-w e e k
j olds, 15c each.
L jr Feeds, Mashes,
Brooders, Water
ers, Feeders, GIsm
cloth, etc. I
ROBDABUSH'S SEED STORE
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
iM^^SREASONS WHY
gUT YOU WILL LIKE
g® OUR SERVICE
1® 1—No co-s gn rs. 2—!'
1? collateral. 3 — No ques
tinning; of employers or
friends. 4—Immediate
service. 5 — Conveniently
I located. 6 — All transac
tions held in strictest
confidence.
WILMINGTON
FINANCE CO.
202 Murchison Bldj
I BELA LAN AN_COURT REPORTER — Founded on Actual Court Records and You Can Be the Judge By L. Allen Heine
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AT LAST MRS. DALTON, YOUR MOTHERS
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