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The New North State
t)nce it was the Old North State?
a sweet memory, a pathetic lament |
i ?the Rip Van Winkle state, asleep
for two full centuries.
Now it is the New Nort^ State 1
^ - awake at last, wide i* jko?r<freshed
and renewed by her long
v sleep?vigorous, and a flam,, n J.h th *
earlv morning visions of youth?.
boastful- blatant, if you
chock full of b!a-Mi and blurb, aft
er the manner of a robu<t. twofisted
male youngster in the pinfeather
stage of development conscious
of this power and immodestly
North Carolina i, actually beginning
to believe in hers. and to
boutf of herself irrccele*>"v. for all
the w?rld like Atlanta. Chicago.
the Atlanta of the West, was the
headline wh- ., Cleveland reached
the Wind;. City in h * Swine around
!tho Circle in the days of his pre iAtlanta
h is bion the butt of many
a tnerry jest. She's shnnw leas in
her boast ir e. Henry Crady began
it and the very kid* keen it up. It
i* the spirit of indest i t Me youth,
and youth wins. Atlanta proves it.
California proves it. And :n particular
I.os Angeles bonds herself a hur..
dred dollars per inhabitant, spends
Shirty million?! on a water-supply
system, and twelve millions more or
a man made harbor twelve miles
away. She stands right up and
blows about it. pictures it in the
magazine the world anoifnd. and
she doubles her population and
quadrup'os her wealtb in a ingle
North Carolina multiples hex
public school fund twenty times in
over twenty years, spends forty-two
million dollars in two years on public
school buildir .s. equipments. and
support, one hundred and twentytwo
millions of ' leral. state and
?jfl|||rf<i|jtailowais ni. nuMic hiehwavs. and
pay- another e hundred ami twenty
two tv.iL: ma of taxes into *h<
federal treasury v>;*. i-.comes, profits.
e t , and th k.. in a single
. VfM-IRi.. TABLET
lAX? AiPtRiN ;
Aspirin 13 pr ' 1 * ' " .
sir.ana r.vrr ? :???-. ,- ,? -r I
fs& JUJrjgSA^.-K ; . i
'? . r, '. i MILK'S LAN i!.... |
is the r.i w s.-:-. .-. t. . .
I; is ntly laxative. . ! I
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t..c ca^? ot P-l!? 1 *"* >
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In f in i - i-' :-"-4 r.? I
I Ask v.. 1r-:cCiSt 'OT *"*!N : 1
LAXO-As! :r.!N in ihe -1- J
point v m.if! . . :
oratories. WastLm'.E., O O 1
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured i
With LOCAL. APPLICATIONS, as th?
P cannot reach the ieat cf ir.e i:seas
Catarrh is a local disease. pr^a'ty ii
flue need by constitutional .-on ions, a?
In order to cure it you must take :
interna* remedy. Hall s Catar.h Met
"ine is taken inter or ! acts thi
the blood on the r. -.*? of tl
I' C. " *4- nc
ores Tibed by or? < '~*st pvysic.a:
!n this COM?:- * --- ] .s Oi
po*e i of s?": r- ~ * know
combined u - s--~. ' J-** do
I'lirfiT?. TV" je * ti'd"" on
llu? ingrcf" - 'arr M??
Cine is W leri.lts
F^J. CTlI-'Nv -- "o'tMfo.
Keener Monument Cc
J, s. KL^NER, Manager
TwiiL'ua, N. C.
Can or Write if Yon need a
^ ^ THE CI
rHE NEW NOR
But sh-h-h! Nobody must mention ct
it! It's immodest to say a word ri
about it! North Carolina begins? ra
barely begins-to casa-in the immense
asets that lie in her soils ul
and seasons, forests and water-falls in
mines and factories; and just as d>
he begins, her ferv??r is chilled ti
| by the charge that she is immoderate
and unabashed in he
It was a CaLforn.an who said s,
Long Beach in 1921, North Caroi
lina has got California beat a mile
i ..nd doesn't know it. *
But Nortj, Carolina does know it
. in 192.1 and she mem*, to let the
world knew it.
It has taken her two centuries j *
to develop gumption, grace and p
1 gnt enough to lay down the tour.- j *
dation of a great commonwealth
. . J *? ?a hiah ' y
\n puonc euu?wuu, ??u ......
waj And --he has the courage of i
Sihe does not mean tQ n.ue hex J *
; l.ght under a bushel measure but to 1 c
ct it on a candlestick right out in
, the open for ali thc world to see.
I The people of Notth Carolina
know?at least they have been told
often enough to know?that we are i
building; good road.; faster than
I any other sua* in the Union, Penn- ,
syivania alone excepted; but also | (
that our improved h'ffhways do no: ,
yeat reach the total mileage of good ,
oads in Massachusetts, Connecticut
Now York. New Jersey. Pcnncsyl\.ma.
or California. t
And they know. too. that the j
a r*.tv nv lion dollars we are spending
on public chools thi> year is
* ur times the sum we were spend '
it for this purpose ten v ar. ago; '
vt also that we are still far behind *
1 ' Middle We t< rn states in public
' hoo ' * support And that in legisapnronriations
' ilt*.; re thirty-five state- malv
better showing than North C.aro
i The Un vers ty News Letter
1 **.. f-? t-. awav back yon"
1 *r ;r July 1922.
Tb -if.-it has not lost her ser.se
f rspective. She is not swash'
k'e'n r. but she is doing great
- . f late and ?he*s proud of them
She can display her wares, but sh<* ,
oil - do it like S -non < f Mother
far o She- * o ,1 v o. b0 prov.r.;?!
and parochial?which are polite
. rms for gr.oranoe of whn. is
i Hi?r v.-.d world be
ne her borders. B. B J
S- her.<'^ to the New North State
rho 1 !d-apr* so:', of Savajj the barren
l'he f d boy brought bv
'<! . . hy and M he ld- -schooled by
\. McTvcr, Noble. .-VHerman,
ahani. ? l-.xton. Joy nor. and
. :d ' ked into lustine*s by
.. e, Ay-.-eck, Bickett and >!?.rl- i
Sweet Clover arid Hone
! S\ ,-oi Co wr . od and pure honey
v- nib and extracted) dire t front'
i -mincing point at lowest
Quality Guaranteed. 'V
ivtices and circulars.
John A. Sheehan
P. F> W. 4. FALMOUTH. ICY.
We have just bought a trcnirndout
stock of army Mun?on
last shoes. to be sold to
the P;b!i: direct Price $2.75.
?Ko?e are ICO ??r cent
~ciid lealhcr with heavy dou^
b!e ?o!c.i sewed and nailed. The
uppers ore of heavy tan chrome
leather with be.lows tongue,
thereby making them waterproof.
^ These shoes are selling fast and
we advise you to order at once
n~ to insure your order being fill.
"> i ed.
The sizes are 6 to 11, all
^ widths; pay postman on receipt
of goods or -end money order.
Money refunded if shoes are not
the u. s. stores company
New York CitJ 29 1
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lEROKt ^Oirr. MURPHY, NOR"
rh j f ate i"
m! Who is now as a hpdegrootn
uning uut of his chamber and
Voicing as a strong man to run a
May he forever be rich in purse
id?poor in spirit! Always abound
ig in wealth and in willingness to
evoto it to the common weal and
it* commonwealth!?News Letter.
Rev. C. F. Martin filled his reguir
appointment here Saturday and
The following; young men have,
rithin the last week, left our con.nunity
for Akron, Ohio: Gay and
'!yde jra:fmn:fryi H.irley and Joe!
ohnson, Lonnie Wood. Benjamin
iVeaver, and H. Burton McNabb.
Mr. J. T. Decker's folks have all
>een real dick for the last several
Messrs. J. M. Patterson. J. J.
lose and J. W. Keenum Spent the
u-.?>nd with their families, retumng
to Ducktown the first of the
Bro. Joe Beaver and family pa?
?d throug^ our village Sunday. Joe
iay* he doesn't mind th? muddy
oads as he doesn't run a "Ford."
Mr. O. P. Taylor and family spent
die week-end with Mr . Taylor's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Y. Allen.
Miss Leo: a Hickey spent the wee!:
?nd with home folks, returning c->
Blue Bidge Monday, where she is attending
Mr. M. M. Burger's new telephone
.vorks ail right. His boys hive tried
it out and they says that it "talks
Mi s Edna Cuurtiss has returned
^ u home ~t AthAna Tenn. She,
ivas called home on account of th.
ulness of her sister, Wyvetta.
Mr. Ferdinando Ferguson, of Hyutt.
Ten1.., is lure for a short tin*?
?1?' ?mf? hie t'urmini' interests
in this part.
Our Sunday School
Dear friends, i fear Ly some .'tis
That our Sunday School at Friendship's
Hut. believe it or not. for it ha* only
While God. Our Father, our record's
Of course, there are many who are
* nd they may regret it on that great
.' Ig.ntent Day.
V"hen v , a.! come before th? judg
.-r. ; - e an account of our journe,
?is wrong to -t.-.y at homo and pou
: Or else go i a: u r. ai d gosslppin
Things that .. c past and forevermore
Why not be broader and pas? thea
>,.mc day we'd awake, h ?pe. to
I Schools, roads, ar.d elections off 01
linn maybe for our Lord we'll
'instead of trying our duty to shir
ABOUT TIME 1U
Raleigh. Mar. 21.?When the pi
I of the unfolded apple blossoms
i beginning to how and just befc
the blossoms have opened is the til
! to spray for "apple scab." sugge
G. W. Far.!, extension worker 1
the State College and Departm*
of Agriculture in the control of pli
diseases. Mr. Fant states that th<
appla orchards in which the scab i
been bao in previous years shc.i
receive a cluster bud spray
means of keeping this disease
check during the coming season,
spray given at this time is the m
f* important that could be given in
Plane* Touch Eight r
Time* in Mid-Air Tag ;
A remarkable view of two r.ir
planes which participated in a flight
at Mitchell Field. Long Island, travelincr
at a speed of CO miles an hour,
to demonstrate how mes. iges and
f? ' could be transfer* c! in midair.
I;.v\rence B. Spcrry. prevden^ of
th> Lawrence Sperry Aircraft <lorj
o ation, conducted ;he experiment.
Mr. Fant states that scab lives
throughout tht? winter on ? *?! leaves
found beneath the trees. It spread
from these leaves back to the new
leaves and frutt buds just as thi
blossom buds have -eparated from
each other and are in the cluster
stage. He suggest# that these buds
be watched carefully to tell when th?.<
spray application should be made.
It may he fivc or six days before
the full bloom period or longer, depending
on how the weather warms
up. In most cases the county a gen:
can advise just when it is time to
make this spray.
As to the proper treatment to b?
given, Mr. Fant says. "Spray of the
summer strength must be u- d at
this time. >im\. the winter spray ?.
too strong for unfolding leaf buus
and blossoms buds. When usinp
I liuid lime sulphur, apply at the rate
( of .*> quarts to 50 gallons of water
plus one pound of dry arsenate ol
lead or two pounds of arsenate ol
lead. If aphid were s> vere la-1
year, add one-halt' pint -f Blael
Leaf 40 to ever fifty gallons of water.
If snrav material other thar
liquid lime sulphur is used apply a
summer strenpth according to rec
cinmendations furnished by th<
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Spray calendars giving all these N
nstructions may be obtained from R
Children Cry 1
Tbe Kind Yott Have Always
in use for over thirty yea
All Counterfeits, Imitations
Experiments that trifle wit
Infants and Children?Exper;
Never attempt to reli
remedy that you w <
What is C
Castcrla is a harmless subsi
Drops and Soothing Syrups
neither Opium, Morphine no
age is its guarantee. For i
l>een in constant use for the r
Wind Colic and Diarrhoea;
therefrom, and by regulating
the assimilation of Food; g
The Children's Comfort?Th?
In Use For C
The Kind You Ha
Mt CtNTAUR COM!
rrr?ir vn a nil n i
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; HIGH GRADE AC
: F. D. Dick<
. [2 Tennesi
1 | MURPHY
III Public E
Overland leaps rn the front bi
No other car at or near its pr:
iy, with baked enamel finish
for greater riding comfort ?
xarings. Order now to insure <
'illys-G?erland Advertisements im The Sn:u
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ERLAND ANT> REALIZE
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Friday. March 30, lojj
ic Plant Pathology Departme^ f
orth Carolina Experiment Station] ^
Bought, and which has been
irs, has borne the signature of
he wrapper all these year*! *"
to protect the coming' "
ations. Do not be deceived,' liM
and "Just-as-good" are but *>
h and endanger the health of
ience against Experiment.
eve your baby witlTg fjr
ould use for yourself
litute for Castor Oil, Paregoric'
i. It is pleasant. It contains
r other narcouc substance. Its
me ian 'Miry years it has *"
el f of C n.-tipation, Flatulency, ft
Jla"'".g Fevcrishness arising of
re .-.iiiniach and Bowels, aids
Ivt.ig healthy and natural sleep. /
; Mother's Friend.
rORIA always ta
)vep 30 Years
ive Always Bought
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CK?M! JALCO. I
;iD AND GUANOS I
5?.!e by Q
ty Feed Co. 8
ree Street B
ice has an all- [
or so many I
;arly delivery. j
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