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THE BEAUFORT NEWS THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, J 935
The Beaufort News
lynched after he had commit- , r.ifonnation furnished the Beaufort' Five Klondike bull !.av been p.ae-, survive
! ted a Similar ottense. From the Xews bv Richard Daily. U. S. Weath- ed in Henderson O.imy th;s year m
Published every Thursday at Beau- way the letter reads Mr. Taylor er observer at Hatteras. Bermuda is 'the dairy improvement pnsvam.
has been suffering as the damn- approximately 580 miles east of the
ed sufferer. He wants to go to I North Carolina coast. No storm warn
Heaven. VV hen he learns that j ings have been displayed along the
the courts have nothing against Carolina coast.
him (it would be hard to con-
vict a man of murder on his "
own testimony) he will probab millllVKMfc IAU IP
id still live, j vviiJuuuAivu uiivvjj.
'Iv no to Heaven and
ve have never heard it from
the pulpit but the real Heaven!
or Hell might be a person's I
mind or his conscience. And if
TO MEET FRIDAY
fort, Carteret County, North Car.
Beaufort News Inc., Publisher
AYCOCK BROWN Editor
One Year U-50
Six Months 75
Three Months - .50
The above prices are for the first, that is the case, Mr. Taylor who Board of Directors of Beaufort
second and third zones. In the fourth! has apparently been in Hell! Chamber of Commerce Will
zone the rate is !;2,00 a year. jfpr a longtime is now or will Meet Friday Night at 8
. . 7, Z. be when he reads the Sheriff's O'clock
Entered as second-class matter Feb-1 etter jn jjeayen But the
I' vlr.lrlTl?lHoly Bible and the teachings It has been some time since the
wcauiuiw, inin. -"'""" .therein onnoront i- muh : u j t ,i:. t .V, ru..
' A 1 iU 1 - TT-11 ' - ........
io uo Hun cnanging a new ex- 0f Commerce held their last meeting
istence to a Heavenly existance 'but it was announced by Fred Seely,
for Mr. Taylor, Who took a 'president of the organization that' a
part in Carteret's only lynch-! meeting would be held on Friday
ing. j night in Dr. Maxwell's office and he
has urged all directors to be present.
Several matters of importance will
J. F. M.Graw of Mooresville, Ire
dell County, has had 2 1-2 miles of
broad base terrace built on his farm
this summer by the county soil eros
Act of March 3. 1879.
MEMBER N. C. PRESS ASSO.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1925
Funeial services for Mrs. Tramills
F Garner, 74, was conducted Wed
nesdav afternoon at 3 o'clock at th:
Ameriah Gamer cemetery
with !m.i 5o::s who are in coastguard
K.it'on al. :U- t:e N-'.v Jersey ccat.
He was formerly a farmer anU rh
nman of Carteret county. He is sur
.vived by his widow and four children.
be discussed, it was announced, and i i s t t he established a mercantile
The U. S. Engineers
Turned Us Down
The mimeographed public
notice sent interested parties in
this section by the U. S. Engi
neering omciais mis wee gave plishing somethin- that the other fel
an uniavoraoie report on ar;yjlow cannot do there js a foelin
uuwicmuuj wi. pride and importance. We jro furth-ltion about our town as a vacation i gaged
Udiuoi. i ie piuiLiiJcu siuui us;er and ?av ev(.y boy likes t0 excel, spot during the summer. He has in-
upon wnxen au cim; cujiuiu- ,,,,,.,.,!!,. .., !r- h(,.. .-. ,, ,.nm. ,.utntUv. nl
Funeral services for Monroe Mann,
84, of Newport, who died Friday were
conducted Saturday at the Baptist
church at 3 o'clock with Elder W. W.
Roberts officiating. He was the son of
Joseph and Clarkey Mann, early resi
dents of Newport.
sions are oaseu are mat me ex- mi.ndaticn when
isting project provides facili-' pushed. A little
ries adequate to accomociate ; younger poppy. If vou do not be
the commerce of this locality. :jieve it, just f0I" once 'pat one of the
accordng to the report. boys on the back aiui fav ..rine.
We gave sound arguments at j Do you know the hardest things to
the public hearing in the court-;do in a boy'3 iife? First, to apolo
house several weeks ago JUst Ljze, to admit an error, not to be so!--Why
we wanted improvements, 'fish to listen attentively, to face a
HARD JOBS many of these matters need immed--business in Newport and among
Boys thoroughly enjoy doing whatiate attention. Aycock Brown,, cor- i customers in earlier days were the
seems the impossible. When acconi- responding secretary of the Chamber Dukes and Blackwells, wealthy tobac-
of Commerce has handled many let- eonists of Duihatn who owned Car-
of iters from persons desiring informs- teret Gun Lodge. He was actively en-
iti S)iwiise. until a few week-'
s to excel, j spot aunng tne summer, ne nas in- ago.
peeial'y so it there is some com-1 cidentaliy, placed a number ot per-
port with Rev. W B. Everett, pa- ;
tor of the Free Will Baptist churcj
of Ayden officiating. Mrs. Garner
was the widow of the late J. L. Gar-;
ner, a prominent farmer of the New-;
port section. J
She died Tuesday alcernoo.i a. he.- !
home at Newport R.F.D. foii'x ::g a;
long illness. !
Surviving children are: Mrs. Louts!
Swain of Morehead City; Mrs. C. H.
Garner, Mrs. D. S. Gould, and Mrs. I
E. C Mundine of Newport It r I);
and C. R. R. Garner, C. N. Gainer,
and L. A. Garner all of 'Newport. She
is also survived by two sisters; Mrs.
Joseph N. Hill, and Mrs. Elizabeth D.
Garner of Newport. Mrs. Garner was
the daughter of the late Ameriah B.
and Susan Morton Garner of New-
Egjr prices are good and
getting better. , Cash in
your profits with better
production by feeding Sun
rise Laying Mash.
ZACHARAH J. MERRILL
LAYING MASH i
the task is accom
prai.se makes the
persons seeking apartments on Sutvivmjr ii
or we citizens ot ceautort
thought we had done that, but
still they turned us down. It is
too bad that the U. S. Engineer
ing offices think only ot pres
ent commerce, they should con
sider future commerce. Beau
fort's water commerce is not on
the decrease from year to year.
As a matter of fact, if anything
it is on the increase. The pitiful
bit of maintainence we get for
the local harbor every few
years is not a drop in the buck
et to what we really need. And
we believe that despite the pres
ent dredging operations in
Beaufort harbor at the present)
time that before another sum-,
mer comes, dozens of boats will:
go aground, and that much ot
the sand now being
slight or sneer, to be charitable under
all circumstances, to try again in
spite of failure, to think twice before
speaking, to make much of little, not
to grouch but look for the silver lin
ing. These are the little things that
serve one well throughout life. They
are the impulses of a fine spirit, and
can be achieved by practice. The
George Garmon of Matthews, route
Union County, has a trap-nested pen
of white leghorns in which the hen
laid 304 eggs and 14 of her pullets
laid over 200 eggs each during their
VVPA Officials Were
In Beaufort Today
Without any notice that they wer
coming, officials of the WPA came to
town this morning and following a
few telephone calls a handful of cit
izens assembled in the courthouse, to
disnss various projects which the
government might approve and help
finance through the new set-up.. Gary
Allen, N. W. Taylor, Fred Seeley.
Dr. Bonner and Seth Gibbs were a
mong those making requests for
funds to finance various projects.
' Funeial services we:
' las-t Thursday afternoon
I J. Merrill. (!T, in tile F;
jtist chu:-eh Morehead (
Kiri-n sie: o . i. iuann Kev. 1,. li. Worthing
and Ma:iKy G. Mann, Ivaleigh; L. G. Interment wa m
'Mann, At:nt.i ; L. A. Mann, -Newport; J burial v rounds at Mill Creek.
jMrs. C. 'I. Rogers. Beau tort ana j Mr. Merrill died in H: ig::itin-.'.
.Mrs. D. 1. Garner, Newport. A sister, j J., on August 12, of cerebral h
jus. Lizac .uann oi .ewpoi aiso , orrnage. 1 he hotly was return? !
his former home on August 14.
had been living in Brigantine foi
The tropical disturbance first rc-
numned i portt-d several hundred miles off the
fceyond the breakwater will be c'oasl 01 riorula early this week had
blown or washed right back 'ed northwestward and at 9:30
into the harbor. And we know 'clock this morning was 300 miles
that it Will always be a difficult ilnt0I'matln furnished the Beaufort
matter to turn the larger
boats around in the narrow
channel abreast of town a
channel the Engineering Offic
ials call an adequate harbor.
Valdese fanners in Burke County
are now harvesting grapes by the ton
with more than 50 varieties in the
Detlove Sigmon of Catawba Coun
ty is building a new hay barn to take
care of his increased harvest of alfal
fa and lespedeza hay.
Lespedeza growers who are plan
ning to produce seed on a cemmercial
scale have been busy :n August mow
ing weeds in their fields.
Turn to page 6
past four years moving there to be
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FOR SALE BY
C. G. 6ASKILL
Co. ner Lcnoxvilie .Road
Telephone , 61
The Coast guardsmen
Heoric wor konthe part of!
Ocracoke and Hatteras Inlet
coastguardsmen under the lead
ership of Capt. Elisha Tillett
and Capt. Bernice Ballance
last Saturday morning probab
ly saved the lives of six when
they rescued the crew of the
schooner Nomis of New York
which foundered on a reef off
Ocracoke Island. It is true that
if the crew of the Nomis had
stayed aboard they would have
been safe but there have been
cases where a crew of a beach
ed vessel, especially at night,
would get panicky and try and
get ashore in their life boats,
only to be overturned into the
surf and drowned. Such was
the case back in 1899 when
ihe British tramp Ariosto went
into the breakers off Ocracoke
island. Twenty seven lost their
lives because they grew panic
ky and tried to reach shore in a
small boat. Six remained a
board and were saved. The
steamer stayed intact for many
months. The Ocracoke and Hat
teras Inlet guardsmen should
be praised for the part they
played in the rescue. As a mat
ter c" fact the entire organiza
tion should be praised because
they are ready, day or night,
to save the lives of mariners in
y Kilo wa
Do INot Miss The Opening
Causes A Confession
We are assuming that Mr.
Taylor of Cortez, late of Car
teret county will go to Heaven.
While he very frankly admit
ted in a letter to Sheriff Chad
wick that he 'had a gun into
it,' he declared that he was not
m the killing of the Negro,'
tut that he was 'upholding it'
T-ie complete story is printed
elsewhere in this newspaper
tcday. The story is built up a
rcund the lynching of Louis
Tatrick, a Negro who murder
ed Elijah Weeks of Bogue
Sound some 35 years ago,
Some people say that Mr. Tay
lor is a religious fanatic be
cause he speaks of the Holy
Bible, the Lord and of Heaven
in his confession that a guilt
conscious mind brought about
after 35 years. The courts
have "nothing against the fel
low" despite the fat that un
cording to law he is as guilty)
murder as the Negro who wa
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Morehead City, N- G
Thursday, August 29th. 1935 At 7:30 P.M.
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Westinghouse Toaster regular price $3.95
Special at $1.95 plus tax
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