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THE PANBufey REPORTER.
OUT OF RALEIGH
BESS lIINTOX SILVER RE
PORTER'S SPECIAL CORRES
PONDENT AT THK STATE
CAPITAL, GIVES THE LOW
DOWN SLANT OX THINGS
CHISELING ON THE FARM
Tenant farmers attending th>
meeting of tobacco growers -it
State College let the cat out of
bag on some landlords signing
the acreage reduction contracts
that boosted weed prices. These
horny-handed sons of toil said
that their landlords kept them on
the place according to the term.i
of the contracts but appropriated
all the tobacco allotments and
made the tenants raise cotton and
other less profitable crops. Th.
share-croppers said they though:
the Roosevelt program was a fa.'
thing and tha: it was workir.:
swell in raising prices but t'i• •
they won 11 like to have the ex
tracts revised to compel fv
chiseling landlords !:; ten'i:rs
in on t lie profit.
TROUBLE BREWING -- poli
tical news-cast era are spreading
the word that Doctor (that's his
name not a title) Mac Johnson,
of Enfied, is getting hi:? ducks in
a row to oppose Congressman
John H. Kerr for the Second Dis
trict seat in 1036. The same boys
also say that A. O. Dickens. Wil
son attorney, plans another at
tempt at the job two years
hence. Judge Kerr i;' r o-author.
with Senator (Cotton El) Smith,
of South Carolina, of the Kerr-
Smith law levying n tax on to
bacco Fold by lvn-signi s of the
government's tobacco crop re.
r'lictioa piyi ram On the S.TIV
day farmcs at Sta'e Coll.- ■
were praising the law. r.v'
>t Wiii'Mor.-S dem in p and
I*l aniif i a :• i.up i.;n .*!• aiast i .
SOl\\ I'ttLF-' Wo; \ .
n d- i 'i • a V.\ -it • -n >:• >:
• • lil • • ••-■ fiOVil--" O ' 11:0 dif
! Dr.'o; "s iil I 'if n >|>'V
i '*ii count rip* a' 0 pv-ieriencin
the \ove:>ibor elect : -»n
T e.ir. The "regular" hoys con'-
plain that many federal jobs with
the CCC and other emergency
agencies are going to Republican.*
and the rank-and-file of Demo
crats are not enthusiastic about
r that. The grapevine hear.* rumb
( ings that this condition may cook
'Democratic order to the extent of
(fleeting Republicans to the
Ceneral Assembly in some CIOST
counties. The following of Jeffer
i*on would like to know what to do
ibout it. Republicans aren't re
acting any worries over the
•TIGHTENING CP Soma time
\o Keyholes called your atten-
Sn to the coming drive of the
'ate Revenue Department
iVinßt delinquent tax-payers in
'ler to swell receipts and justify
'» reorganization that has been
Ing on for a year. Revenue
-nmissioner A. J. Maxwell and
1 executive assistant Dr. M. C.
(Continuede on P;»ge Three)
INSTRUCTIONS OF (IRK A i
V A L I' K TO FARMKRS -
CARDS AVAILABLK SOON
NKW VKAR RI'LKS NOT VliT
Several lending: Stokes farmers,
commenting on the subject >)f
wheat, have stated that it is then
observation that too many farm
ers are allowing the current
prices for tobacco to cause them
to overlook the importance of
seeding wheat crops. The tobae-!
"o acreage and production will be,
limited for some time to come by!
the growers Agreeing with each
other to control tobacco proluc
t'on. This plan will reletse a con
siderable acreage. Th -> averse fir
mer should pro luce an adequate
supply of fee.l and foo.i OMI.S ro'
the least in importance of which
! s tl'.e wheat
(!r>ners ! s»> J'ure Si»"d
There !.> «• >nsi jcml)'-" 4 ir.t •••• -■ in
ihe ! '.!''•■> hi.' i K->M wheat Xine
1 >cil f u-niei's a v e .«>•>? iing pure
brei ««ei of tin Leaps Pr-ilif..'
variety of wheat secured from the
Statcsville Test Farm.
W. S. Hart, of Lawsonville. and
D. J. Easley, of the Walnut Cove
ruction have planted pure bred
seed barley of the Tenn. N'o. '">
variety. Ba-ley makes a fine feed
crop which can be harvested in
June to take the place of a short
corn crop for work stock. Four
bushels of seed barley are still on
hand and any interested farmer
wishing to try this crop can get
this seed at coat by seeing
Farnham. State College Dair •
Specialist, is to be here on Mor.-
t' iy, October '-'Oth. The purpose o r
!rs visit is to assist farmers in
1 'lir™ their applications for regis
tration for pure bred live Ptock,
especially dairy cattle. Any farm
er owning a pure bred heifer o
which should be vegis'ere]
n may get in touch with ih
men's for Farnlnm to inspect the
'•nim-l 'nd ?>ssist them in fili'i
their applications fv regis'>-H i. .1.
Allotment Cards; Their I'se
A is a landlord who ha? an al
lotment card for 5.000 pounds if
tobacco. B is the only tenant on
his farm, pavs one-third of his
crop for rental and produces 2.000
pounds of tobacco to be market e'
under this card. How much does
the government give as? a defici
ency payment on this card and
who gets this money?
If 5,000 pounds is the allotted
production in the 70 per cent
class and only 2,000 pounds is
produced and marketed under
this arrangement, the government
will pay two cents per pound or.
the 3,000 pounds deficiency, or
$60.00. In this case $20.00 of this
would go to the landlord and
$40.00 to the tenant, the amount
being divided in the same ratio as
On the other hand, should the
allotment under the card be 2,000
pounds, produce 5.000 pounds,
;th re e thousand pounds of
Danburv, N. C M Thursday, Cctober 25, 1934
"One of Our Babies"
:>a * IBS
:% .2A -•■ ■•- .''» •: - :-.3?1-.:i r..:r-a jjroudly Replays on- cf t. u 2 sr. r.rv;: t; : : -• ;-, 2r
c--"-- ; ' = 33t fivs years Red Cress nurfes have aidid at the of nor":
t':-:i * ?.. 33 b.i :ijs an J i-ave rj'ven care to mothers of mrny ethers. In thur war k
to save lives of mothers and babici.
PROGRAM ARRANGED AT
DANBFRY SCHOOL AI)
DRESS BV SI PERIXTEN
DENT CARSON REFRESH
Want to go fishing?
Come to the Hallowe'en pro-,
jram at the school house Satur
iay night October 27th at
>'clock P M.
Prizes offered to man bringing
argest family, and for most at
rnctive costume. Cake contest.
Fish pond everyone asrairf I
if at least a nibble. Refreshments
in sale, ice cieam, hot chocolate,
sandwiches, pop corn. etc.. pro
•.ojs of sale for benefit of s.'ko t.
An added attraction is the Gyp
dance by Mr/., lluth Sherard.
Mrs. Sherard studied dancing
with the Shelton-Anios players i i
IVinston-Halem, and is an able a
Address by P» •>r .1 C'. C.r
i:. sinievintc-n.sc'i >'s.
V*l i.-ll WOlil i I•! !. S. iy ! lUS» :
sold on tho card of ■ neighbor a'
the cost of two cents per pound
for the 3.000 pounds excess pro
duction the use of the card, U
shoi'.ld nay .SIO.CO of this co:>
and A, the landlord shopld pay
The landlord and tenant share
in the returns or costs for the
use of an allotment card in the
same ratio as in the returns of
It should be stated in addition
that the equalizing paayments for
the part of the crop sold on 'ho
card of a neighbor p-fcs to the
owner of the ca-1 rn u :-ot to lite
producer. Furthermore, 'hat noa
signing grower j a- o permit U: i
neither to buy not sell the use of
Cards To I!e Available Soon
To use a neighbor's card, any
contract signing grower may get
the card and bring it to this of
fice and secure authorization to
sell his crop or that of his tenant.
It is the plan of the State officj
to supply the office of the County
(Continued on page eight)
AT LAWSONVILL! 1
EX-SOLI C IT OK PROPOUND*
THE NEW DEAL IN PETER'S
CREEK HIGH SCHOOL
BUILDING PACKED WITH
MEN AND WOMEN, AND EN
THUSIASM RUNS HIGH.
Hon. J. Frank Spruill, of Lex-
intttyn, former solicitor of this dis
spoke to a iarge crowd at
Lawsonville Wednes.lay night.
The new high school building was
filled with an appreciative audi
ence of men and women, who list -
ene.l intently while the speaker
told in his usual earnest and elo
quent style how President Roo.c
vdt had come to the rescue of the
country in the hour of its greatest
need an I rescued it. He picture'!
tne desperate plight of the farm
er under the disastrous reign of
Hoover, and then presented the
contrast of the New Deal, when
the farmer is receiving more mon
ey for his labors than any time
since the World War.
There were many Tippulilic'ins
in the audience, ami dozens
them were outsj oken in praise or
what the President Ins done fo.-
Mrs. Sheriff John Tiylor an 1
Mi's. A. O. Sisk visited Leaksville
Dr. Braswell. of Sandy Ridge,
was. in town Wednesday.
Miss Luna Taylor attended the
State D A. R. meeting in Leaks
ville. N. C., Saturday, and spent
the weak-end in Madison.
Kenneth Byerly. of the F.E.R.A.
force, spent last week in Raleigh.
Miss Nannie L. Pepper, of Be
thania, was in Danbury Wednes
Cary L. Carroll, of Mizpnh,
cha'rman of the Stokes loird ol
elections, was here Wednesday. j
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Sparger
of Baltimore, Md., are visiting
their son and daughter. Attorney
and Mrs. S. Gilmer Sparger.
HEADQUARTERS IX DANBI'RV
DIStONTIN IKS OPERATION
IN STORKS OWING TO I'N
AVAILIBIMTY OF SI'FFICI
KNT LAND F O R C K S
TRANSFERRED TO WEST
KRN NORTH CAROLINA.
After operations in Stokes since
early last spring, the Stokes
county or Sauratown unit of the
Federal forestry survey, has been
G. M. Pettay, chief of the sur
vey, left today with hjs family
for Asheville, followed by J. A.
Arch, Withe Payton, F. Smith an'J
B. B. Bible, who are transferred
to respective locations in the
western part of the State in tlu
cent er of the Pisgah forest unit.
R. R. King, of Danbury, who
has been assisting in the survey
here, will leave the last of thi ■
week for Burnsville, where he has
been assigned duties in the for
estry work connected with the
H, H. Leake, of King, who has
held a position in the title-exam
ination office of the survey here,
is transferred to Troy, Montgom
ery county, to continue his duties
in the service of the federal for
It is learned that the govern
ment has temporarily abandoned
the Stokes unit owing to the fact
that insufficient acreage wis
However, the Reporter is advis
ed that the Stokes unit may be re
vived later when additional lan !-
owners become willing to s '
their waste lands to the i>>veru
nient at a stipulated price.
The people of Danbury ex'ie -
ience sincere regret a! the il:-=
lire of the forest cowil, all >
whom were congenial and likah'
folk. With their families they :.u !-
cd much to the social well >■.
business life of the town i i ~
.I ' v s H. nnker. ehiirman .f
the >■ .■ -s Dpiv.oerati.' executive
co.vr.uttoe. wb here Tuesday.
C. R. I.awson, Deputy Sheriff
oi r.awsonville. was a visitor : n
W. E. Joyce, Jr., Paul Martin,
H. M. Joyce. Jr.. and Clifford
King left for Washington. D. C.,
Mr. and Mrs. N. Earl Wall vis
ited Winston-Salem Tuesday.
Miss Nannie L. Pepper, of Be
'hania, visited her sister. Mrs. N.
A. Martin, Tuesday.
M. O. Jones, of Walnut Cove,
was a visitor in Danbury Wed
Joe Francis, of Francisco, was
J. C. Carson. Supt. of Schools,
of Germanton, was a visitor in
NEW TOP SOIL
ROAD ENTERS KING
FORCE OF STATE CONVICTS
BI'ILDIXG IT KING REAL
ESTATE MARKET ACTIVE—
FIDDLKRS COX VE XT ION A
King. Oc;. 24 -One of King's
land marks, the old Ta'.iernacle
building on Depot street is being
rased to clear the way for a new
A force of Ftatc convicts are at
work building a new road from
Five Forks through Woodland
Height s and connecting with Xo.
66 highway near the first Bap
tist Church in East King. This
road will be top soiled ar.i made *
first class highway.
Jack Tut tie. Xormm White,
Edgar .Johnson and Buck Tuttlc
have returned from *1 busine.'-'H
trip t 0 Washington. D. C.
Mrs. John T. Lov« i- pick
at her horn" '■> P11115»- street,
her friends will t.o ler-.rn
Recent real •• • 1! 1 : in King
are as follows. John n ibs to
Mrs. Frcil F. Shove 71 acre farm
one mile north of town, consider
ation SIOO. and other considera
tions, James Martin to Dr. R. 8.
Helsabeck 40 acre farm just
south of town consideration
$2,500. and King School Board tn
Shelby Atwood old Tabernacle
lot on Depot street consi deration
$lO an J other cons'deraei >ns.
The ft'l time f ! T V • s con
vention held here Fri i 1 y night
was attended by a 'r _ > crew 1
and was a success fin-
Mr. niv! Vrs. GMbev 1.. • .if
Win«»o::-S >1 r.i, vi.-r -! relatives
he ; -> Pun-lay.
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Ptil'i in .
Bill Ho'man. of Gvaensboro
s !•(-•■-> Srnr-hv ! u: r~ aftar
s >me hit ••ires- r: r >
Sis." P. Wrig'.v Hall,
v.-a? 1 Inisines- visitor here ?at
The King Tigers defeated CM
Richmond in the final game of
the season played at Pinnae!"*
Saturday. Score 8 to 1.
Gilmer Newsum, of Winston-
Salem. was among the visitors
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Wilson was made happy Friday
by the arrival of a new baby boy.
Frank Lawaon planter of the
Rock House section was a busi
ness visitor here Saturday.
Luther Lawson who holds a
position at Winston-Salem spent
Sunday with his family here.
Tom Pepper. Jr.. J O. Pyvt'e
and J. R. Nunn, a flying squa-Jton
of tobacco men from Peppt-r's
Warehouse, visited Danbury
nesday evening. They say toV.
prices continue to rise, anl that
Pepper's, as usual, is abreau the
highest wave of prices.