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WILMINGTON
LODGE NO. 319
A. F. & A. M.
Special communication of this
lodee this (Friday) evening at 8
o’clock for the purpose of con
ferring the Sublime degree of
Master Mason with a select
team of Past Masters.
All visiting Master Masons
cordially invited to meet with us.
By order of the Master,
D. J. PADRICK, P. M., Secy.
LUTS OF MILK FED FRYERS
breasts, lb. 55c Wings, lb. 28c
Legs, lb._45c Giblets, lb. 50c
Necks and Backs, lb. -l“c
Swift’s Sliced Coral
BACON, lb-I6V2C
Swift's Premium
ROLLED BOAST, lb-29c
Cube
STEAKS, lb-—-35c
Veal Rump
BOAST, lb. -- 23c
Swift’s Premium Sliced
LUNCHEON MEAT, lb. __21c
Swift's Premium Sliced
BOILED HAM, lb_35c
VEAL CUTLETS, lb-35c
Swift’s Premium Chuck
BOAST, lb-16c
Fancy Slicing
TOMATOES, 2 lbs._25c
New White
POTATOES. 10 lbs. _:_..21c
Fancv Yellow
SQUASH. 3 lbs. ——I.-IOc
Fancv
CARROTS, bunch -5c
Fancy Large
LEMONS, doz. 1———17c
Fancy
GRAPEFRUIT. 6 for_25c
Golden Ripe
RANANAS, 4 lbs-19c
Our Truck will arrive from
Florida this Morning with a
complete load of Fancy Fruits
and Vegetables.
Watermellons, California Can
teloupes, Fresh Lima Reans,
Tender Okra, Native Straw
berries
I Fine Granulated
\ SUGAR, 10 lbs. .7
J Brt.,k-0'Morn
CSfrgfc, 2 Ik.I—29c
Smarty
DOG FOOD, 3 cans ——25c
Jersey
Tomato Catsup, I4-oz. bot. 10c
Salad King
DRESSING, pi. ———13c
Way-Pack Dill or Sour
PICKLES, ql_UVzc
Prim
Toilet Tissue, 4 rolls_17c
Read The Classified Ads
POPULA' )N GAINS
IN JACKSONVILLE
Census Gives Onslow Town
Population Of 931, Gain
Of 216 Since 1930
JACKSONVILLE, May 23.—Popu
lation of Jacksonville is 931, a gain
of 216 since 1930, Mrs. J. W. Bishop,
census taker, reported yesterday.
Greater Jacksonville, however, ii
was believed by town ard county of
ficials is well around 1,100 persons
Two new residential colonies have
sprung up since the 1930 census just
outside the town limits on the New
Bern and Swansboro highways, and
residents of them could not be count
ed as part of the town, although all
of them work in Jacksonville.
Neither does the count include any
one beyond New River.
Five Vote Contests
Scheduled In Bladen
ELIZABETHTOWN, May 23.—On
the Bladen county democratic pri
mary ballot, to be cast on Saturday,
May 25, the following candidates and
offices appear, W. R. Wliitted, chair
man of the county board of elections,
reported today.
Senator: James H. Clark and N.
L. Tatum.
Representative: A. G. McDou
gald, Jr., James A. Bridger, and
U. S. Page.
Register of deeds: Johnnie W.
Shaw, D. T. Townsend, and Mrs.
Lillian Johnson.
Judge of recorder’s court: J. El
mer Kinlaw, Louis Parker, J. K.
Nicholson, and W. Leslie Johnson.
County commissioners: Milton L.
Fisher, PI. R. Allen, R. D. DeVane,
L. I. Hester, W. A. Warlick, J. S.
Elkins, and W. Oakley Melvin.
Millis Yancey Is Given
Eight Months On Roads
On charges of breaking, entering,
and larceny, Millis Yancey, negro,
received eight months in jail, to be
assigned to the county farm, when
he was tried in recorder’s court yes
terday.
He was arrested yesterday by
county officers for stealing five
chickens from the henhouse of J. C.
Batson.
LeRoy Black, negro, was ordered
by the court to pay $5 a week toward
the support of his children. The
negro, who was charged with aban
donment and non-support, is from
Castle Hayne.
OPPOSES BILL
WASHINGTON, May 23— UP) —
Senator Taft (R-Ohio) told the
senate today that a bill designed
c at! labor spies and “oppres
e lab practices” actually would
>."i’r.'te sabotage in time of war.
T -- he opposed certain pro
visions of the legislation, sponsor
ed by Senator LaFollette (Prog-Wis)
as a result of investigation by the
senate civil liberties committee.
OPENING
FRIDAY NIGHT
UNCLE JIN S
NEW PLACE
Wrightsville Beach
Station One—next to A&P new
sanitary rest rooms. New equip
ment. Specials Every Night.
SIDE GLANCES 1
COPR. 1540 BY. NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. _J O
“Adenoids? Well, you can just bet that’s something he
inherited from his father l”
Troops Fighting Above
Graves Of Americans
Killed In World War
PARIS, May 23.—(iP)—Troops are
fighting now above the graves of
Americans who died in “the war to
end all war.”
American Legion officials said to
day a cemetery near St. Quentin
containing 1,833 American graves
was the scene of fighting last Sun
day
Earlier Romagne cemetery, near
Verdun, was reported damaged by
bombs. There are 25,000 American
graves there.
Flowers cannot be placed on every
grave this year, as has been the
custom, so the Legion plans to place
symbolic wreaths on the altar of
the American cathedral at the annual
Memorial service.
Youths And Loot Held
By Coast Line Police
Captain Dickens of the ACL police
said yesterday that two boys are be
ing held in Laurinburg with a quan
tity of goods believed to have come
from Wilmington.
They are William Boyd, 19, of Los
Angeles, Calif., and Bob Ford, 20, of
Clio, S. C., Captain Dickens told
Chief of Police J. C. Rourk in a
phone call yesterday.
Among the loot reported in their
possession was a Smith and Wesson
32 calibre pistol, one sawed-off shot
gun, one pair of handcuffs, and
seven new pocket knives
75 Cases Are Docketed
For Civil Court Term
A total of 75 cases are listed on
the docket for the two-week civii
term of New Hanover superior court,
which will open Monday morning.
A week's criminal term will follow
on .Tune 10.
Judge J. Paul Frizelle, of Snow
Hill, will preside over the civil term,
with Judge Walter J. Bone, of Nash
ville, officiating at the criminal ses
sion.
Several murder trials will take
place during the criminal term, it is
revealed from the office of T. A.
Henderson, clerk of court.
A recess will be taken on Thursday,
May 30, a legal holiday.
TO DEDICATE DEPARTMENT
CHAPEL HILL, May 23.—(IP)—
The radio department of the Univer
sity of North Carolina will be dedi
cated Sunday .with a broadcast from
5 to 5:30 p. m. over most North
Carolina stations and the network
of the Mutual Broadcasting System,
the university news bureau said to
day. The speaker will be Chair
man James Lawrence Fly of the fed
eral communications commission.
British Censors Remove
Mail From U. S. Clipper
HAMILTON, Bermuda, May 23—
ip)—British censors removed 22 bags
if mail today from the Pan-American
Atlantic clipper, which was forced
Dack here from the Azores by high
seas last night on her east bounc
flight from New York.
Six mail bags were destined for
Germany, four for Italy, four for
Portugal, two for Switzerland and
one each for Denmark, Sweden,
Greece, Spain, Norway and the Az
ores.
Mail addressed to Britain and
France was untouched.
3,763 Voters Registered
For Election In Onslow
JACKSONVILLE, May 23—A total
of 3,763 voters are registered in
Onslow county this year, the board
of eleetions announced this week.
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80> *i-55
90 PROOF
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3 YEARS OLD
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PRIVATE STOCK!
straight RYE whiskey |
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EFFICIENT
Is the Word tor Our
j ROVING SERVICE
} PRICES REASONABLE j
Farrar
(TRANSFER & STORAGE §
WAREHOUSE f
CALL 883 I
HALL’S
MARKER STREET^
DRUG STORE
1608 Market
Street
Offers expert
prescription
service and
i prompt de
f liveries of
medicine
A Registered Druggist
is in charge of this branch of
our business and stands ready to
serve you promptly and accu
rately.
CURB SERVICE
—We Deliver Anywhere—
Phone 3405
HAGOOD'S
GROCERY
4th & Nun St. Phone 3418-3419
WE DELIVER
SUGAR. 5 lb. Cloth Bag25c
10 lb. Cloth Bag. .48c
Delmar
OLEOMARGARINE, lb. ..10c
MILK
Carnation, 6 small or 3 tall 20c
Rose, 8 small or 4 tall _.25c
Kraft American
CHEESE, 1-lb. Box_25c
Break’O'Morn
COFFEE, 2 lbs_1...27C
PURE LARD, Carton, 2 lbs 17c
STRAWBERRIESTqtsT 25c
NEW POTATOES, 10 lbs. 25c
Royal Gelatins
New Tapioca Pudding, pkg 5c
Delicious Meat Prem, can 24c
FRESH TOMATOES, lb. 12 y2C
QUAKER GRITS, 2 boxes 15c
LEMONS, Lg. Size, Doz. 20c
COCA-COLA, 6-bot. carton 22c
SHREDDED WHEAT, 2 pk 19c
BROOMS, 25c Size_21c
49c Size_39c
VESPER TEA, lb_2?c
MORTON'S SALT, 2 boxes 15c
1 lb. Box Vanilla Wafers
TOASTIES, >/2 lb. box ..19c
BACON, 2 lbs_33c
COUNTRY SAUSAGE, lb. 15c
BRISKET STEW, lb. .A2Vzc
PORK CHOPS, lb_20c
BUTTER, lb_-32c
Streak’O’Lean
PIG MEAT, lb_10c
NEED MONEY?
The CAROLINA is prepared to serve you in a.
long-term, low-cost real estate loan. The discrimi
nating borrowers today are getting all facts per
taining to their loans. Why don’t you? Then, follow the crowds
—it pays! !
Two
The / Million Dollar
Carolina Building & Loan Assn.
“Member Federal Home Loan Hank"
C M. BUTIJCR VV. A. FONVIELLE W D. JONES
President Sec.-Treas, Asst. Sec.-Treas.
ROGER MOORE. Vire-ITes. J. O. CARR. Atty.
W. ERSKINE SMITH
—FOR—
LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR
STATE SENATOR — FOUR TERMS
PRESIDENT PRO TEM OF 1939 SENATE
A FRIEND OF NEW HANOVER COUNTY
“ASK THOSE WHO KNOW HIM”
Calvert "Reserve” BLENDED WHISKEY: 90 Proof-65% Grain Neutral
Spirits Calvert Distilled Gin: 90 Proof — Distilled from 100% Grain Neutral
Spirits. Copyright 1940, Calvert Distillers Corporation, New York City.
| ™Ke*uuf!i A/o^woad
! SANDWICH SPREAD
with every quart purchase of
fCetuufk /logwood
SALAD DRESSING.
"NO FINER SALAD DRESSING AT ANY PRICE" 1|
At your independent neighborhood grocer |
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Receivers Sale
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By virtue and in pursuance of a decree of the Hon. J. Paul
Frizzelie, Judge holding the Court of the Eighth Judicial District, j j
in the suit of John W. Fredericks and Finley McMillan against 5 J
W. C. Manson for the dissolution of the partnership known as
the Manson Towing & Lighterage Company, the undersigned will '
offer for sale, at public auccion, to the highest bidder, for cash. !
at 12:00 o’clock M., on Saturday, the 1st day of June, 1940, at
the wharf of the Manson Towing & Lighterage Company at the
foot of Chestnut Street in the City of Wilmington. N. C., the
steam tugs or boats “Battler” and "Cambria,” one derrick barge,
one preaching barge, one barge A. C. L. No. 8. together with all
their apparel, equipment, furniture and fixtures; subject to a
ah ™ortga^e on the "Cambria” of about *2400.00 held by the
Atlantic Towing Company, of Savannah, Ga., a scond mortgage
or about *2600.00 on both the "Battler” and the "Cambria,” and a
mortgage of $1400.00 on the tug “Battler.”
or rejection^ Sa'6 iS to be reported to the Court for confirmation j
R . A. S. BATSON,
eceiver of the Manson Towing & Lighterage Company I [
412 Southern Building,
Wilmington, N. C.
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Sour dollars work harder for you when you buy all your f, ,
needs here where every price is a low price every ,j:u
help yourself to the BIG SAVINGS . . . choosing exactjj ,v|'llf
you want just as easily as you’d take the foods from your truur
shelves . . . shopping as easily or as quickly as yoott wish ( y
in today and start to save!
New Satin Creamed
SNOWDRIFT, 3 lbs.fe
Wesson !
OIL, Pints... 21c Quarts. Ja
Pillsbury’s Best
FLOUR, 12 lbs.,57c
Fine Granulated j
SUGAR, .10 lbs.49r
Brookfield
BUTTER, lb.m
Delmar j
OLEO, 2 lbs.18cj
I Royal Tapioca
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BAPEjmciJi^^ J
Royal Gold orange -==—iII
0®B(IRATL2hr J
grapefruit "-htIL Ml
I^SlAJS-oz. caws ?o, ||
MDDRESmQL 2<E i|
^WPjh^cans, 2 for nJI
Golden Hor»7 --II
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^Y> 3Ih. jar to. II
*AS/ 2 cans. ^ I
BLETCORNc Jl
rnia Crisp -^ .-—II
BMQTS, 2 bunches He I
Utoes ce;s*e jj, 15J|
ed Bliss ---**» • 11
Fancy White »
CAULIFLOWER, lh.\H I
Scot's Tissue, three for__ 23c I
Scot's Kitchen Towels, three for__ . 27c I
Waldorf Tissue, four for__ ^ f
Cocktail Glass With ■
French's Worcestershire Sauce, 2 for_ 25c I
So-Tasi-EE French Fried Onions, No. 1 can_
IN OUR MARKI lj
Swift’s Premium -
HAMS, lh.j»
Rindless Sliceu .
BACON, lh.J
Prime Rib .r
ROAST, lh.J
POT ROAST, lh. J*
S’irloin Veal ft ft
ROAST, lh.J
Onslow County
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