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M»Mn& WILLLAMSTQN IS TTO
PLACE JO SELL YOUB TOBACCO.
TBT ONE OF THE HOUSES HEBE
VOLUME 2L—NUMBER (1
ENGAGEMENT OF POPULAB
WILLIAMSTON COUPLE IS
ANNOUNCED ON FIIDAI
Him Neße Wynne Wat U«ml*
the Aw.llll Pari}
Hiss Kdie Wj nne "fct the cat
of the b*f*tut Friday afternaaa whs.
.she entertained a number of the aatm
htK of local society, at her haw *
Haia street, with a ■»« i hai ai|
The attractive home was my ef
fectively decanted with fall lowir
and leaves with ferns and niw« plaaU
The guests were met at the d-*M
by the ami her sister. Hi
take Lamb, sad invited iata the m
"ic nom and living r00t...
His. J. S. Rhodes. accomx&n.eb b
Xr\ W. B. Watts at tbi an;
'ery sweetly several eJiriwi ar«
• .en little Hiss Franpej B«rg WH
1 >ms brought in • b*t eh-te bar
te I hp with a large yeUor bum »>"
s * spewed up, and ti is t tsri r
a 1 Itle black sat w«*h attractive h
unb tied to a !»■* >W»s hw »a
o-i.il its neck. rW; /urn*-- knew ih
trt wa> oat of the tssg, ao«i Hit
NtV Wynne roV.« I the «
taijif the card* c.H ksjm: «>■*
ead guest.* On « caH« w»rr ftuc
(t ie little mils' jw l the anneunr -
mriit, "Hin iUitii i Cotton Mi H
I ■ kr Cntrhei. >..»er.kef IX.s
Hiss Crawfor dis one of Wilia
•*"» Blast popular girt- an* ks> :
arge circle of friends who were dr
rghted to learn of. her app-wthui
manage to Hr. Critcher, who is ec~
of Williamataa's mart prominent law
yen, being the junior partner of the
law firm of Criteher aad Critcher.
Tea with and salad wei-
Mtrcd by little Jliw« Susie Jaaaes
Myrtle Wjsae, Helba Wynne at.
Those present were: Mishnw A
Ander.-on. H. H. Stsbk. O 8. Ander
IN, J. W. Watts, Jr., A. K Dunnm*
€. S. Peel. P. B. Cone. C. H Godwr
J S. Rhodes. Joe Gedanl. k U- C.a»
ford, F. U. Barnes, C, B. Hansel..*
S Saaaders, Parker. F W. Dusw**-
• 'arris Williams Hsrjr Gladys Bay
aniliaiali Lai| Laph C. A. Hamsor
F- W. Hen, Willie Watts, Joha «
Mariusg. Jodie D. Wodjni, G. /
Harrison; His*** Kltrabrth Burra*
(arris Delia White. A ana Pane Mai
ha Sleds Has *4l, Elisabeth Hassel
N'ina Upton, Margaret Eforrtt. Mar
*i ah i, Frances Biggs Williams. Sa
tie J asses, Saltie Harris -and Veil
ft %LTON OBDERS TROOPS
H» SHftOT TO PBEVENT
MEETING OF LHGISLATIie
Hh Adjutant General le hnw
Sndsn nf Letttololors Any
where la Oklahoma
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.. Sept. U
Adjutant General B. H. Markkas
- ight was ordered by Governor J
, Walton te "use all force of arm
sceenry" In prevent the peasasn e
« loner honor of the Oklahoma leg
itsrr railed for noon Wedned-
All otisen sddet* »f the state ie
Keen the agns of tl and 45 w»
■ eeted la the order te hold them
la readiness "with snrfc em
I «hey inissrs or can obtotta te ram
I the assitanee of the eevereigi
A-.- ( f Oklahoma when ordered to di
| by the governor "
■ > s a precaution agamt any atteaap*
I the legislators to meet elsewfcert
B.Kil-1 they he barred from the house
Eater at the state capital, the gov
Car also directed Adjutant Genera'
to disperse the meeting al
other tin* or place in the state
» YORK PAPERS TO
ENLARGE THEIR SIZE
, % toa4 Meraaac Paper Torfa, WW
Be Sidtt* Par*» Canjhf
;EW YORK, SepC SL—Pab&her
kulMi iMryli arraaged taeigh*
rnet Oat »** d Near Yeri
, rf «» toauenow, t* the stnfctog
nwaheH ahwat ad Gee
preidrat ef tfce later«=*ieiia~
, r ottos were arnriag aw 4 ee *'
here ie a "h«H| iei»aeee" «r
appeal Iter wa to Mi the woe
Yhca a farmer pays the higher
. fa aai ihut far registered (tap
« «« Rfhhl fc* *■!»
' savs G. P- Wilhaeas. shear «"*
* ** oaßeae Ba
PROGRAM FOR THE
WILL EXCEED ANYTHING TO BE
SEEN IX ITS LINE IN
The Sheesley shows which have tht
amuway this jw at the Kftooshe fail
that will he held this year Novemne.
13th to ICth iachMtv have an eao
mob.- list of attractions.
The> have seven modern nde>
the caterpillar, ever the fa Is. the but
terfly, a giaat carousal, big Hr fe>-
ru SEheei, aerial springs and the
A m runmnth autoalnxne, where dare
divili rice races gnd drive on tht
nails,- will afford thrills to those srh
jrjend the ahsws.
In the tented «ctioa some of tb
aCtrnctions offered for your amuse
meat will be: She«sley's Teeny W
n*e Midgets, the Big Water Cine
which has been before mentioned i
these colamns and coin mm! ; frot.
■ther cities oa the attractiveness i
The fimnns Georgia Minstrels, pro
saner jar so patters, and the I and oS
WsoJris, consisting of ftfty freak an
ianU. in addition to the great ase
nsgeris of the ShenAey shows, will b.
a shew within themselves worth go
ing mdes to see.
Other nutahle features of the am
use mi i program are: the Congrm
ml Athletes with the ctismfion, Jart
Ahrigkt, in charge; J aunt eel rem pan:
of Oner Juvenile*; Orist the won
der giri; Tiny Hite, the worhl's sanall
est harm; the big eircps side show,
a midway in iUeif; King Tut's art
gallery, and anaay others.
This show travels ia its own trail
and has in its employ, four hundred
Seven high class free wi!l he
preseaged te the pnhlir ia front o
the graal stand for their a man mi it
Gnpftar aad Gnjriar. in thair Earepaaa
hasnn up aide dswa, the only act o>
» kaad hi the world; Le Toy. th.
tTihaear wiadar gjwiatk equiliriat
Tirx HcOall and the thousand daßai
dog. Tiode; the Kane's statue paeiai
act. the Ht of Wina|en-Snlem ia 1 9TZ
tnd the Harrisons la two acts, bstl
entirely diffotent, the Atlaata linil
\rgva- oaaaanenting oa the acta ef the
arts nf the llliaois Slate fair earn
jlimiarti* the Harrisons to the hi>h
The i penal . ttrm bons have all bees
(nod. bnt the Hsnisani in their cy
rie arts i■ I an especial hit with the
ciaads. Hr. Hamasn in his coaned
fent. that hns* been appreciated b;
The hreworks, that were such t
tieet to the people of this aeetien
brt rear. wiH be enlarged to tsrice
the sine of Inst ymmi'% program an."
arfll he gisen ench aigkr.
All tables and rattle buildings wil'
be enlarged to take care of the large
eihfois that hate been booked am'
nsoas sriß he nude for all thai de
mm la exhibit.
The pmaians offered this fair
'ar enmed aay other In the Hve stork
ml rattle departments.
Farm exhibits have always been
pal in the fair, bat this year they
sA smrpsss all others in sisr and
The great racing program will be
the aat attractive hi the state and
a neU ha sun horseman ef the statt
WMnitaa can leak f«r paore horse
than any other place ia thp grand rir
cwA mt the sta-n V
OXE WAT rot rABMSS
TO SELL THEM LAMBS
RALEIGH, Stft 2L-Wka kol
ee iff Act iic amciiaklc »b«»'
ptjwg cadi far the liwih she* lak
mm off the Cum. Thee the fanner ca>
cam ««mf his local piihf mmd aimp
to JiagUili the hab « his fate
la reaeral. settlor to «pt das
bell hi . i aa4 4Mk bayera I* the heal
J toe if the farmer to driven
iaei wmjtimm ririb the fmrm aad
rn» a JaMMlntM oa hae te ha*
cherajtaeab f way M to MC
WL POT «WANtB 18
moras rap afternoon
w*h teTtrihTT wCISm?
•e*»eee a* 1 M tH of her
MILUAHSTON. MARTIN OOUNTT. NOKTI CABOUNA. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER Z\ l«X
MEETS DEATH HALF -iCfflflfll rUIIIIMIV
WAT UT SHOOTING OFF jLHUUL UtiUlKtll
™_ or m gy mxiORS BECOME
RAEFOBD. StfL 2X— Death was
jjxt uwnJ the comer far Ben Gil
ledge, wfl knows white ma, why liv
»J about two iaites from here, am!
Le net A half «*) kjr shooting «i
tar tap of his head.
Vt Hat dsctors dedarvd to be th.
he* stag** of hydrophobia bi ought
ten to death's door, and he
-O cat A all. Ben eras no cowalu
lie cndravotetl te secure entrance it.
noapAals for ti sat nut bet none o.
.aces would tahe him. So be came
lack home te *e. Be would not pro
■oaf the agony either for himself o.
ior his wife and four children.
TLere was a shot gee handy, and
Jtn neighbors who had done then
test te help had gge, Bed',
son saw hun go into a bed room. Ht
_cte«i more strangely than ever am
the bey feared for hit- father.
Rushing te the doer of the room
he youth wns harriied te see his fa
ther with the gun in head about U
end his msrtal existence. The soi
tried to intercept the deadly weapo-
Let the father was determined to car
ry out his pnrpsea. Turning the gut
mm the bap. the father Jternly enter
ed him otst, sayiag that life was no
thing to hian now, and he wns go>n.
te end A aIL
Hardly had the door closed behim
the boy before be henrd the explosioi
of the gen The force of the six
Mew the top of the fmher s bend off
Early in the spring one of Ben :
.nne carried hooae a dag that hat
symptoms of hydrophobia. It wa
bed oat with the hope that A would
recover. Gulledge fed the dog occa
bans batten hp the dag. Family tlx
the dag died and he forget about it.
Friday Gulledge tiaraait seriousl
ill with a pain in bis nack, bnt thi
(hysactans did not attach any pa-
Friday night, honeim. they Mean
asniisned thnt A wns hydrophobir
He was rnahnd Saturday morniag t
a Fayetteeille hospital, but he couh'
not gut in. The hospital there isa*
i renting pervtu. afflicted with the ra
Then the doctors wired to Baleigt
for inalrnrlisai. wAh a similar result
There was nothing for poor Been U
do bet to retwa hoaae to die. Aa
there he erded A all in the afternoon
and today bis wife aad four childrer
mourn liar the father who was ban
in druth n tio hud been la life. H
wns forty ysnrs old
PEANIT ASSOC! A THIN
DBOPS ITS LAW SUIT -
AGAINST THE CLEANER
tomod far Growers AaAa to Han
NORFOLK, Sept. 24. The S3JB2>,
MO snA of the Panngt Growers asso
natiia agahmt • daara or aanre bi|
I of Virginia aad North Carts
Una. has been setled out of court.
At the reconseaung ef the Unite
States district court today. Lnwienci
Levy, chief of he growers* counst
asked that the rase be lismi ami, slat
ing thnt A was the belief of botl
sides that a cunthinance of the henr
ing would damage the industry as t
COTTON CLAAWNG «IWT
TO BR OPENED SOON IN
CHABLOTTE BY CO-OPS.
RALEIGH, Sept. ».-RcngMa»
the iepMhaß ef Charlotte & a log
ical put for North Car
•Cm aal Sprth Ce.rsfiea, paitinriar
Ijr ie the eattae in|artry. Genera
4ays la CfcaroKto I«4 week, togethe.
daaaar. The mlt w that e d*r
toe aAce vaa eytad to be ben
North CeeaHaa Gattoa Gnacn Ce
Mr. Heee dH «nd ceatrd ef tto
dfcf aad with the gaatol.au ef oth
bdp wfli eat aalf ceatsd the daaa
*arfa«t». M the the iag topafial
V|fl VT tocMc all thr
Carol*. M of Mearoe *ad probe
My the tonitoey wed ef the fee Dm
Chattel* toat year by the CaMee »>
OYEB IMB tHILDBEN IN NORTH
North Cnietiaa has si n I 7HJAs.
child>-en in its public :i rhnl» eniel m
•a grade.! from 1 te ?. Te keep then,
growing in boih numl and body (»■
tne next oa. eight or nee aasnih*.
w the ilnehli task c immiiAed to tne
A few jtsn ego. trusisg the mi.H.
was one thing aaal keeping tfce bod)
well wns another. Toduy Aie n wH>
established fact that if the bnia Is
jo g>ww and develop normally, along
with A must grow and dntfep, a
strong, sound body A |ii apwlf fenc
Ironing body is essential |*.n fesper
1) functioning saind. So idAr I t
the growth and ilinlupinst of tot
auad to the growth and drrulspmn.;
of the body that mo mo fern progre
sir* school S)etem of today attempt
the lirst wAhout gmag ceamidmntio
to the ether. Almost yer; «wi
w-ue ichssl in the ctmm..y has «:•.
U'.leo sesne method T teaching tht
fundamental rales 'of hmlth fes the
children, which at the same tasae
them to pnt their knowledge into prar
Probably the ssost popular nnd snr
janffal health movement that hns been
worked out in the schools in this tmm
try is the Health ur
melopcd and b> Hr. ChAres
H. DeFerest of the National TMbri
culoai. association. New York Hty
Siaee the innagnntuon of the BUT
meat four or Ave years ago. adßau
of Antnraa children hnve been ght .
.raining in formiag goo kgpßß hsb
its. la North C-rdHi alove
children were given the naming la i
Ihe Modern Hfahh m
ac! cols is a apgle-a -d
e»|ritß good hadMßßtf. mw-i
as ptntthn and not mere paeirpt. La
der A children da .be JsAae? ripis«iy
i. h> giant and pkyiaoU»y Jat a
ft often left Tbinngh ptail
»en romance aad iipob o-hei ap
peiU suited to chdd pi v«l>-;, i.
t : in chihlren the metises n«uel (■*i
e>irj day practice ef lyptis-
" he results of eri *■; swk in tie
i.fools bare he an loe n "o '* |4.- d
i-l tnd msnl Aftrcnei'.. I" «" t
[ien of disease, aad te«\r att*-" .■• ct
L". ' deportaaaat In sc/ul
It liaks the sci-eal and the 1.. >m
i. health wnrfc. Chibiie-i uM lt>i this
' vbt years old mav t«uaiify s M*-
| .is Health crusader-* n"u e th* |-rn
| ram is elastic enough to be
*" the children in the ncth, e»«itl
it i even higher gradi >
TV* North Caraini Tuuere~«. -»
i*M elation, hcadqnait'K of shirt ate
at Sanatorium, apoai ■- » the M t m
Health nnaadi msitaiat la this >tal.
ind forsiahas the snppHta for inaugu
rating the system la tho schools
AN APPEAL TO WHOM
IT MAV OlNt ERN
Have jrou ataflt4 the iat italxai to
ilteaii the teal ■wtin in jtar w«a
We wi I ipfwriatf the wyratim, of
all Cknatiaa raken ta take • .*
part ia all mt the «mn>
It is Mr parpaae ta he a We- Tat
ta all wha any mate; it js M ai
parpo-e ta ippiai aaythla* tK. t a
ia harmoajr pi|h the trwth aM nril;
bat ta try tart the Cayl to all
wfce *iN anryt It. Baaae, peelups
will say, "hfriiw this is a ha
■sstian. I win eat «a.~ ffcut 4a
aot leek at mmm whs hm asarte a
tart tad prate* oatrue ta the one
»f Jems Christ, aad Ja4ne the
We mart alf answer far mrv- e
and Bible Holiness is i| aaw>: ;»f»
with the nqMimsMb of the wtip
tare; read Hah. IX:14; Mat. M: l>V
■iaw 1:4 and all of the IHbl .
-ee far yo«rp«lf that It is Bahie Ho i
arss or h>B at joining the Hoi. «
church, haft lining the life wWr.-k*-
we May he.
Also, w* extend a ifUi' »>i". *«
to all the pnactrn of the rii—i't
U rase and see if oar p»«nrhi«.r i
n i*. that which the «wM h riawn
it ued of tndiy. ant -f ant, t-» ■>
mra as Ip «r-» «j to the
We waa| jrow a»t eteybedr to
save that yea !»-• aha, jro an
ft-fctir r before y »j deride « war.
C *L Bowen.
F J. Banw-I.
I setae: "T*» he la aawJy the her*
lector la team. Why. when .> •*
-o aae hisa and he aaid hrV *e W
«e he did." Inil
Utile hap fiMth* TTi li I li to
ita aaa the red tape - Jacho'L—.
IIUR.sE KILLED AND
TWO ARE 111 RT IN
AN AITO SM \Mi .
A illiamsl on- Washington lla r d Sarf.
ed Koail Is Seem- »t tkr
The W■lliam.-.t»i-W^ishing t,'i har>i
suifaced r\>ad is still popular fo:
-m.\h ups and collisions. -i
night another episode was a.i.W.l ait
the result that a colored man. an«.
his tlaughter were bruised up afc.i hi
horse killed and burey sma tic! t«
Satamj niirJit, beiacen seven amt
"'Fht oVlock. Marvin lexgett. a t.-unr
ahite nun of Whartons. was «n hi
waj- home in an Overland car. Ac
cording to his statement to the .her
ilT of Beaufotl county, he was driv
ing his car and t*er.t
miles an hour with his dimmers on
As he apprtiachoi tne curve in the
n»ad near the C. A l*hilli|» fa ie.
and in turning the curve hi. Irrht
• eir thrown straight abeail cau-nj
him M to see the horse and bugr
on the curve until he had smashed in
The buggy w*. struck and torn u
pieces ami the h«i\e »as kille*) a!
most iii-laii.ly. llenrx Garitrie .t.
oml. ami his ilauithter, who w.-re »
the hugg.v, leceived painful Krois*
oSi the head, hip and other parts •»
Young Leggett on reaching h >ne
told his father the .itory. His C'a
I her went to Washington to l>u>k foe
the injured negro. Ascertaining that
he had gone to his home on the fam
of Mr. T. K. Hmlges drove ther>- am
canrieal the negro to the Washi*gt»'
hospital for treatment While hi liv
juries ale pain fid they are not ra
MAIL MIILS ON RI'RAL
ROUTES HAVE SUFEBED
FRtIM HANDS OF HIGH* Ak
tMcsala Stale Hatter WIN Be Mad>
the Baral Baales
Band maul boxes have suffered ver>
mnrh at the hands of some of the
highway buiblets of the state.
We have information from Post
master Price of the local otlice trial
.wane of the boxes on the Williamston-
Waahinglon highway were recentl>
removed in such a way that thc>
were practicalli tit^dio>e>L
Mr. l*iice immediately took the nul
ter up with Mr. Fmnk Page, chair
maa of the Stale Highway commis
>ian, nho %-ks him to confer with Mi
He Daniel, maintenance superftsei
who will make such arrangement
about the location of boxes on the
highways as ail he .-all-factory t>
the patrons ami the carriers.
There is no reason why the varioo.-
brauches of our go\ernmeat kouki
not come together for the comm.*
IML WOMACh OF GREENSBORO
IN WILU AMSTON SAT I RDAk
An interesting figure on our streets
Saturday ana Dr. Woiii.« k of rtit-en
boro. Dr. Woinack is an iteneran.
salnnnaa of the "Herbs of lafe" am
after talkiag «ith him we think hr
saust be a u.-er of bis o«a metliciae,
the "Herbs of Life."
He is g Georgian -by birth, wa.. hi
years old February 15th, thia year
He uas in t 'olquitt's famous l>or
gia brigade ia its eitensive opera
tiaaas during the Civil war, ami wa*
ia thirteen of the big batiks, ami he
saya be ran twelve times. *
Dr. Womack ha- 7 chiidrra and
grand children living ia Georgia.
la Gmviioni he married a Sal ra
tio* army lau a few years axu, aa>:
ha* three children m North Carolina,
■he oldest a four year old son aa>
the )Mi«ol child a boy bora June
Cth. 19X3 —Ml 1-2 years younger thai
He ir hail and rtronp. but »yt tht
fao>> who wore the gray uniform
are rapdiy passing away; that of the
I3&JMO strong young men who en'er
«d the Confederacy from North Car
dinn, IUJOOO have gone to their r*
ROAD OONTIUCT KKtIM
TAMMO TO C'ONETOE
WILL BE Liff SOON
The StiU Highway coaunissioa wilt
let the contract to hard surface the
read from Tarboro to Conetue on Or
Tht* is the only contract to be Id
■a this diatriet, at the present, it i
Soaae have eiptctcd the Wiliaautae
aad Tljaisath rood would be let tht
year. W It ai* looks a* if it wff
aot be daae. Nor will the Bertie
road he Id this year, from the od
leak at piascnt *
Wanted IMJMO poands of strap
NOW READY FOR
i:\KKMSLs M 11.1. i;»
| HhLI» AT M HUtL Al aNio-
Itll V rHI ItMt.kl A. M.
i sir U i!jum>u>ii lubii. schools will
ufK-a | fchodjiy morning. September
I! 10 ck-ck. All
af* «fcx-r» !«• »««■ m ith their ciia
»Im ll* rarrrisfs ■ lh«
•W. tar faculty, wjiit to ■*, ri«s«
au*i kiwi >wu. Vuu are tutrusiiui
joui ifeuol to ti» Vt
fc-iM to beip >««u make" t 'hn»tian inr.
J « »«» * \'i \fur (hikltra Kver>
I! I'c in tiae -chool siulf be stwihiar)
to stor (A lt.
We to iwijieiale with \ou. am.
»f mam \cj to cwiprialr with u.
!rt. |«ail lojeliifr We havi
hual a r*v«i xhtml, but M's have :
U :>■ oar lh> inr. '
rv bauMmjr l*> hern iTpaiml. tlx
i*« n«rf aiMi |Ja.-tritit wai- v> 11,
nuir It* tattiHiiiic more xrVhralili
attradne. )lurh ih-w njuipmri
Is.. W«i hottfrht atwl ui.-talle»l. »Hi«t
• ill fitali)' facilitate in the work o
A 4i«>( lamliv ha.- U.-ts rmplm
*l. Me iiatr two more teachris thai
*i M la-* teat —one in the hi;
anj in th«- primary •i«-|>a>T
E»nl He aiM iu>f a cuarh for ath
tirtio. «W hi» a irci«ie.l m.I van:.it.
■ner "he pmk>u> wars in hrahKfu
fra'R..-««(t for «ur younr folks. Wt m
L|vvtiiir to cam away sonar
this >«ar in th« athletic Art
ki at kair .material in both the tug
-W and depart meM. «(•!
»hw U>». aai (tiri- both, ami with i
little ntkusuua from the put.!... am
r-woarajrraeat for the trams, we wi
make the laau of the aeiithboriiH
Itams «wfc harder than ewer htfd
«r h« the Wm
t The Mheiif twitm trill w«*.
*Mi )M tkk >ear Mia Mota Mil
heM. Oxford; Mns* Xim Hartsfirl.l
Wake F«n»t; Mrs. J. 1. William.-
WQ'uMm; Mrs. A. K. Ihrnninr
HililuMm: Mi>' Kthel'Grtßo. Wil
iBBt-lw: MLv Frances Thomas. Rirh
m.Hr.l, il.-. * - it Havell. William.-
108, Mr*. H II lljiiell. Wtlliam>«Ht
\|i \ V. Jokbrr. Willnnstnn \ii
M. H. »«4r, (W>H: Mr. M I lb
fee* Ml to your rfc>«l Thursday
at 1> A ■
M J. I ►avis,
• "ii y Supt~ of Scbo»4-»
AS Ul\ CAKUNEK SEES
II AHMI T « tKkCTIM.
Me 9u>r kiuxl OK- p»liti
ctl «nl» thf infamy of U»
, at"*> of Mull
of IWM auii'l'. fallm* prices.
iwm>) farm* »W Uii.ki u(»t fanners
aki )H «e lu>r o«i )*»'
after ,*at l«iwr 11* three mon'to
at Ortvtrt. aixl lvonihfi
«■( lit* rot ton r.«*|»
tbc auitf. ».tk Ua inevitable rra.-h
mg man It 1% 12 month* t.
Buke a i«r(a uf and we tr> «•
Kutd it in U,i«* No ct.tnni.«lit> or
nitk. M »«. *«4«t. »'»H «*"
real nh» wlri -«rt a hearn-h
It H pa tra*jrr that you wil
i»d biwM> «* thi» country wildl)
ratfca n It aa«t art ne in caoperat. * «
pal it ami Min«y inactive and fre
ifßi nrli ifr*lv han-tile to the »urr»»
of (he ratrntK*' Cattaa s-Mifalwn
ta aipiiiitiM fraufkl aith l»or»
real pM tbhtse- far their pru-p>-,-tfy
an 4 than aay politica
• em ■ nißj.lit «rt hy the gr» nl .
• I ;*aa a iwf' * »'
Km. O- M. \ trfHsri ■
KEHritlS CHE CVTIWN
UMNh TO ASSOCIATION
IN LAKI.K AMOI Vl>
KAIU'.H Sept. tA- luteres ting
itf«b are naufcg into tne u«re ol
the Nartk Canltaa Cotton Grower*
CuyraUit dfc» • H»i
,rw. a wall tow* near the Srtl
bne. in Anton runty, report
ed IS hak» detracted to the aii*m
lion in one daj-
Thi» is bat an instance, and th.
Mai nfMli Aw the receipt- to b>
far ahwc that «f last ea*oa.
BE IB GBASS AN# GBIFFINS
TOBHTO c'IH»»IXS TO *f.K
Tkit «i be a )«at Meeting •!
the Bear Gia» and «.rdßns Tobnco
Growers locals, Thar da
■a-M "mil ■ ~ Kth, «7* «t th
Para Lafe Jthul buUhf.
- a pnMHt saecstrr will mike :
addrrrr The IhudfM and Pbplai
rupi Insl «■ alno ban* a Jmt
»>tate 1-ibrary romp '
kalkigh n c capable or
I>l I —— ~ t| MIXED WITH
ABSOUTTB COIRTEST—TKT IT
THF HASSELLS SCBOOL
HAS OPENED 152J 2I
t .nmt Hof V *m4 Marh Vttwplwt
| "•-» I- I tprrlni (na ikr
On )ii«U) murning, .Sfptrmbrr IS,
I 92'>. the lla.wil sriioul ope Mxi iU
•loor- to llw pupil> uhl
riDKi-'K »f the bri:. TV pupil - purr'
«1 in»o the bu l iimr. fulkmnl b> tie
TK ~pei ,t K exercises amsi-tnl of
liv >injt Bjt of " * * 'il'-.nf-r
l»» J the " luJijl exercises. Se»i b\
Mrs. Hi-.n knight. the principal of
Mr. Ktimamiw;. ckairmaii of the
»umm:Uw of the Mrhaol, mane a very
mprf*«ive 'aik to the chilalrrn.
Our intervals »r«- ow cone arwi
if * unit#- ..ur efforts, that c« may
he iKr lo make th» Uk l«>l .«h«»l
year Hassells has ever hail.
FAMKK tiKTJf %
Kit. IMIIME IK)\|
HIS IMIKt I \KM
i'owr. Ku"-do*n Kara Has \«> Bees
Made latlu a I'lofci Malm.
1 a«» K« Itairtiag
I.KKK\SIU»Ko, N-[K. J1 —T*erit>
>ear» a*-' . J I . Causey, *h« live>
wji Lrbr«i». about IX miles !rom
vir«-en»ti>>r. twughl a pint, iui>
milhnl I'll«• ttucket—by courtesy call
ftl a farm. lie |uuu H«i for aiwui
Xi acrv>- Ills fiist payment *a- |10"»
anal the balance to lw |u>>l in flOtl
■n talfim ■>! - f«>r sex• a xm.v Thviiitli
tie ha>l wlv *."*« to Iwirm with.> he
hm»II securest •he irßiajnihe J-' 1 aixl
•as ((11*11 the i>!a. v
Mr: Causey bile a»ay from the
«\tj>l(«l km of farming m lui sec
I«| an-1 determine I to bevome a lite
stock and for aire crop man In spite
of all prediction* a* lo how be ««•'(
nMIt in Gailfwl coaaty and Mr.
t wev is btfwninx to be kao» ov
er the dale as one of North CahJi
na'« be ( farmer--
fount) «rn l K R. liarrrt! of I iuil
font county a)> of Mr. fausey. ~li«-
i one of the t»-.t runi|>jr- of a -uf
or?- ful muII farnrr ll al I ki>"« of. _
Mr, lui> no inJeir-l uuUjiit
of kta farm, trl U ka> wi income of
from to per >eal Miv
horn. k iJuml at wi the
a hoi* farm (««rttwr with equipment
•s » »r f h ctw t to 511*' W*l at th»«
Mr. I"au-ey maiif hi» moc>n by im
prut iar ki> soil, miikitijr iUm! Vv
.-o*« |*v-r )rai, u«l ht» fa-to
|iruilu(r itiruvcb cow pou.tr> »n-l
He r»«» > all tlx- -upplies nmi
n| on Kb o«a plan- an.l the n-.-.ne>
from kb poultry err an-l ham- »
: Ittai ca - II ♦" ha> u-c*l north
mis. •»rknl ha.>l and |»rwli*ce»i a «|ual
itjf pruliKt. Thii i- >ho»n by M«e fact
that he «ells about 15" poun i- »f »«ut
Itr in Oim.-k-n> .-ach »rek at a
price I" Wit> ah-tr the matket quo
tation. He ha.- »n«l' r rus»«ner» ah.>
•lepen.B on h»n« to uppiy rhem mith
(•utter aii-l other pro lure that he may
ha*e for market- Mr Canary asr*
labor auKf I. ( U||«K-B| m. hi* plao
aml on hu wife *»l family the
■lmilf*-v \ u-ualla-Maitf«l with faim
life. Yrt th«? i» the mar. of «l»n«
it «a- Ml, "He will -lane to -lealh
hi that pl»ff "
ANIMAL >Ho» HU» A
tat Mill I>AV SATI KUAt
U \lteW*arr far I'trlira
aarn ll Spate af Ike Inch
Bale Mealhrr *
(hrity Itrotber* animal sku«% «e
of the larre« -horn# l« ever come to
.hsmtd her* Saturday af
terwMNi aal eteni«g to almost capari
ty hou-e~ for both performances
The r.igbt performance, which is al
mo-t a"way* > mailer thaa the after
aoor. performance la «uall totrw.
was Larger here, owia* to the fact
hat after the afternoon performance
the word was spread btoadrw* like
mU fiie that tke >tec «a» all thai
it represented h»elf to ke. ami tke*
The aftcnnaa ■*
HaMlira«vc4 !•■■■»*rrmM> from thy*-
•Wavy -lon pjar mi «*,
vested the dM> tampmmr
their icpiltf stmt parade.
Williamson will *!**>*
Christy BralWn at *»r tia» they
CMS here i> the firam O— «>■»
that the >■■>»• *■»
on of the ■wiliily rf the pcrfM*-
en eeceeeted wUh the *he«r mt the
vt that the shew •*
* before hM bf a *•*