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THE DANBURY REPORTER.
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? J. E. Thore. who I* one of the
loading for House of
Representatives subject to the Stok *
county Democratic primary, .-wys ho
Js not In favor of a second primary,
which would bo quite an additional
to the county. Mr. T
j that all candidates vho'.ild
to the first verdict of the
and lot the high man win.
Thore, who Is a son of the
r. and Mrs. W. IC. Thore. of
• Gap township, stands for
lymont of the soldiers bonus,
would mean many thousumld
lars turned loose In .Stokes
Mr, Thore feels like that
is the railroads, the ship
's and the bis interests have
Ince been paid, that the boys
eat across, risking their lives
idurlng the hardships of war,
titled to their pay, too.
Thore Is well known in
loumty. He was attending
at Guilford College when the
r volunteers came, and Im.
Ely enlisted In the army. He
irly promoted to be adjutant
1. Long's staff in the 87th
s, where he seirved through,
a war. Later 'he was assigned
fourth U. B. cavalry on the
■n border, resigning there In
Xter four years of service,
las spent twelve years In Java,
if South America, and Africa,
red by ons -of 'the lairge tobacco
inning to Ms naitlve county
kss, Mr. Thore has spent his
ooking after and manglng his
la Quaker Gap township, his
• old .homestead. During
Kt» it moniihg he has been employed
r a M*M land 4>«nk in adjusting
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Established 1872. Danbury, N. C., Wednesday, May 18, 1932
la.nd banks interests in Stokes, For.
syth, Surry, Alleghany. Wilkes and
' 1 Yadkin counties.
| At the request of many friends
| he was Induced to offo-r himself Ji
1 ! u. candidate on the Democratic tick.
"I et for representative in the lower
' h'*U!*o of the legislature from Stokes,
i believing that on account of his ex
' perleneo, his travel and acquain.
taiice with the needs of farmers .it
, this peculiar time, he can be of
• , In a spirit of frankness with the
i voter, -Mr. Thore has Indicated his
attitude on important question* ai
1. In favor of full payment of
the soldiers' bonus.
2. Revaluation of lands for tax.
f ation. Tills he considers Imperative,
both in the interest of fairness and
tor the jus: protection of farm and
i other real estate owners.
! 3. Reduction in governmental ex.
t i penses, 'including the .reduction of
I salaries of county officers.
4. Free text books for every
1 school child, the expense of the same
' to be borne by the State.
Whereupon Mr. Thore asks the
support of the Democrats of Stokej
county in the primary of June 1
promising that if nominated and
elected he will go to Raleigh with
an eye single to the interests of jll
the people, with special refereen.e
to relief needed by the tax.payers.
j Walnut Cow, N. C.,
May 14, 1932.
The Danbury Reporter,
1 Danbury, N. C.
, In last week's REPORTER it was
announced in Morris Yarborough'.«
3 announcement that he was running
for constable, that he waa running
on a wet platform. Mr. Yarborough
' requested me to write to you and
8 have you announce it In the pape."
• that he was running on a STRICT,
a ÜbDRY PLATFORM.
I you on behalf of Mr.
j Yarborough for this change, I am.
• A FRIEND OF HIS.
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COVF. —(rriiKii NEWS or IN-'
Walnut Cow. May I •!.—An as«o.
elation of Primitive 1 Jajuis.'. s th it I
attracted thousands of people fi - oi>i
|1 ho surrounding sections was held
tin Sunday at Alaet donia church,
right near Wentwor h. I.he county
fat of Rockingham. Lay loader .1.
We«!«\v MorellM.l. o-" Walnut Cow,
stated tha- 30 or 10 m:u:.-*.or« wore
in attendant-., anil there were ser
vices liotli in 11».«• forenoon ana at",
ternoon. Quito a niitnl>er of W.l!.
nut Cove people attetiiloil the as. j
sedation. >n the-e occasions ca.-h
family carries along lunch which is
eaten on the grounds. everyone liein;
invited to partake, and there is
general good.fellowship. These a
sociitiolls held alternately with the
several ehuivh*>s in th ■ district,
each church entertaining the others
once in about seven years, h^noe 1
j they are looked forward to by each
, church and are always largely at
I 1 Ellas It. Voss, father of Jas. R.
; Voss, of Walnut ove. is q ite ill at
( his home just west of town, having
teen confined to his bed some tinte.
Mr. Voss, who i.-i in his XOth yea.',
is one of the county's fine citizens,
lie has seven living sons and daugh
ters, all married, and a good num
ber of grandchildren, many of them
County Farm Agent Trevathan
' stated today that he was receiving
, a great many calls from every fee.
, tion of the county front farmers
whose tobacco plants are being dam.
'aged or destroyed both by blue mold
; and inserts.
Mrs. li. .1. White, of ISUzuboth
, town, Tenn., is spending fwme time
here with her mother, Mrs. J. li.
Arrangements have about been
completed for the consolidation of
, • the Danbury Jr. O. U. A. M. lodge
[' with the Walnut Cove lodge and
! a joint meeting to be held probably
.' this week the formal consolidation
. | will bo completed, according to T.
|V. Booth, secretary of the Danburv
, lodge. The lodge at Danbury has
j' had as many as 110 members but
I theso have dropped out until the
1 ' membership hero is small and it
, ' w l as thought best to effect a consoll.
I'datlon. The Walnut Cove, lodge has
near 160 members now.
O. F. Earnhardt, of the govern
ment field and crop service, whose
home is in Cabarrus county. has
joined H. S. Anderson, who has been
in this work hero for some time,
, and together the two j-epresntatlvea
iof the government. will go over
' Stokes from time to time advialng
fanmera and reporting ion ithe 'prog.
g rem being made by those who have
g had government loans with which
h to mak« a crop. It Is evident that
a the government means to collect as
* far as possible all the money loaned
ito farmers thle year. Last year,
' while Stokes county paid back only
85 per cent, of the money borrow,
ed, che stood almost or quite at the
iBOB LAWSON QUITS
HAS (iItOWN Till-: LEAF FOR
FIFTY VKAIts. HIT I'IHCKs
( MI ST IMPROVE IF UK STICKS
j ANon I Kit PLANT PREFERS
j ROOSKVKI.T TO Al, SMITII.
Aft."- growing 11ili.i i-o continn.
eiislv fiii- mure than lifty years,
when h. began work at an early
iitf mi h'.-i father's firm. Roiic-t
Lawsoii. of 1, r»\ -onville, one of t'i«
county's w-ell-tn-.l" planters, state I
'•.!>.i.'S.v that be would not grow any
tobacco this year. He said th.i
pil.-es had fa!in t.i w here he colli I
not niak- nny profit and that th'.- j
y--.tr and until prices got higher n- j
Would grow wheat, corn, vegetaii!.
ell-. Mr. Laws ill is till years ■ |
I iuti but is as strong tnd robu.-v.
ino"t men at forty, lie takes i i.e.
of interest in polities, though h>
has never ask .1 for any oliiee. Ask.
Ed if ho would volt- for Al Smith j
if ho got the nomination, he replied I
in the aliirmailve with emphasis j
though he said h> "lielieved he'.'
rather have l!o*>Se\vlt.*'
Smith, one of the town's I
energetic jMiing citiKen. has j u-t
accepted the management of the
campaign in Stokiv* for lion. It. It.
Ileynolds, candidate for I'. S. Sena
tor. IhilK'r loves only one thing
better than politics and that's lia.-e j
While he has net made a forin.il i
announeeim nt, Luther .). Fowler, o' i
Meadows township. is lining up :
things as a Republican candidate
lor SherilT in the primary in Stokes.
,\lr. Fowler is the young .son of .1.
Walter Fowler, well known citizen
of the county. This given the Ite.
publicans four candidates for Sher
ilT—J. It. N'unn, llobart Browde. - .
Monroe Fagg and Mr. Fowler.
Sheriff John Taylor will lie oppo.-vd
by three candidal* among Demo,
erats —J. 11. Carter, K. O. Vrea'iiuau
and Harvey Johnson.
Attorney S. Gilmer Sparger visit.-1
Italeigh on bii.-'lue-s Tuesday, re
turning sam(c day.
.. • j
luad of the list of couiit.es in North
Filing for office among Stokes
county candidates took a new start
Saturday. Sheriff John Taylor, tor
i re-election: S, G. Sparger, for State
Senate; B. P. Bailey, for Register
■ of Deeds; Elder F. P. Slone and
. Itev. J. A. Joyce, for County Coni
. missioners, all Democrats. Dr. R.
i H. Morefleld, RepubUoan, filed for
the House of Representatives.
. There are quite a few yet to file and
* as the time expires Friday tlwy will
i no doubt get in right owaCy.
i Mns. Geiorgo Venable, of Danbury
, Route 1, who has been ill in a
i Winston-Salem hospital, returned
• to her -home today greatly improved.
: Laurel Mabe. citizen of Danbury
. Route 1, is critically ill in a Stuart,
s Va„ hospital, suffering with blood
i poisoning. Mr. Mabe has been ill
t three weeks or more and grave fears
j are entertained for his recovery.
1 Mrs. R. P. Joyce, accompanied by
, her daughter, Mrs. Curtis Moore, of
r Leaksvllle, spent Saturday at Dan_
. fay with the family of Mr. H. M.
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j N. S. MULLICAN
| FOR STATE SENATE
I I'IiATFOIt.M OF THE MKAIMHV
TOWNSIIIP CAXIHDATK Tl>-
TI.MOMALS AS TO HIS DIAL
OCIIACV HIS CAKKKIt IN
j STOIiKS A\l» ADJOINING (Ol N.
I N. S. Mullican was born an-.l rear,
j ed *iu the farm in Cleiiiiiinii.s tow,',
ship. Forsyth county, and re. 'iv I
hL-i early eilu -ation in the Al>.: .ivia.i
i-hiiol at Clemmons. 11.- atten 1.-« l
I'niversity at Chip-I Hill, where h--
graduated in I !•! 1.
Mr. Mullican wis employ* I i-'.
the S ate fur a number of >vu-» i
fllglneer. Lilt*-r he served ll;:v;l
--sin county as highway engin* e \ ,
When he ivm*iv-d ;«i Davie
county, .nd later '«• Snk*s eminf.
wher*. lie has been residing for >ev
* ral years. Hi- w i.s olliclal highway !
engineer for Stokes c. unty one an i
one.half years. He gave ti)i engi
neering to il" vov ti«.-• tine '.o farm.
j:,, ar.,l business. |
Mr. Mullican was appointed >... .
(iov. Morrison chairman *if the Sta'e
Mr. Mullican is now a candidatoj
for the State Senate from Stok.-s
1 and Surry. The follow ing are ex. j
• tracts from letters from men who ;
have known. Mr. Mullican a long
"Mr. X. S. Mullican was born and
• reared in Clemmjonsville township.
Forsyth county, and I have known
1 him since he was a boy and his
I i party affiliation has never been
questioned. He has always been a
• Democrat and has been one by
I | "Respectfully,
"R. H. PICKENS,
' "Chairman Clemmons Democrat! J
1 Mocksvllle, S. C„ May 5.
s "Being attorney for the Town of
Mocksville, I learned to know Mr.
r N. S. Mullican well while he lived
t in Davie and served as engineer for
. both town and county, and I take
. pleasure in saying that he is a high
toned gentleman of integrity, ability
"" . I ill -: . !!-• took J.
m: Jr.!- v. s- .11 imii'.io activitl.K
.n juditio !]■ was ,i lu»inwnt
una ;i! !:a: ed with the p-irt.v and
pa :".y : idi is an | always looked
ami work, | to the best Interest of
th' jury. Durlni: ta.» period that
h■■ lived in liivii- 1 was acting
ill i .rn.an ml' tiif I iviiin, •• it it* Kiwti.
I w l\imiv.ittee att-l therefore was in
a position ;.i kn..w the relation ot
Sir. SlulHi.in to the Democratic
S».i i*t and th»- valuable KorvieeH
rend-re.) tin- party while living «n
Shiee announcing himself f.ir tho
>" >••• s. n SI:-. Slulliean has had
many in|U>:-. onc> :-ning his pltu.
form. llrii ;'!y he announces what hi»
(>: for a follow*:
! That In- favors th. revaluation of
a.! n i 1 ci:i:o, placing t!it> va!m> at
l!s» tru- r.ii-- in money nr what it
wmill s i! for.
I 11. favor* the elimination of .ill
ti\e> «»u real estate for school* and
tho support i>f same by -axe« from,
j Jli> believes in suspend.ns ten:.
pwarily, in tim**,-. of stress, all non_
| emential ollVe* and departments of
1 lw.>th State and county.
I lie believe* in reduction of iho
salaries of State and county
at a time like this, in keeping with
the tax.payers' ability to pay.
11«" believes the present law gov_
erning the sale of land for tuxea
should lie repealed and establish a
law with less and no penalties.
I hereby announce myself a oan_
didate for Sheriff of Stoket* county
subect to the action of the. TlepublL
can primary in June. The support
of my friends will be appreciated.
Walnut Cove. N*. C., Itoute 1 May
18may2w L. J. K'-WLER.
I hereby announce that * ant a
Republican candidate for the office
of county commissioner of St'tken
county subject to the action of th«
? primary in June.
Your vote will be greatly apprscl.
>' W. E. SISK.