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' ' R. 8. OEADY, Clreulatloa I.
' ENTERED AT THE POST OFFICE, KIJANSYILLE, H(,'
C AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATT: X . - - , ;
mV RATES OF SUErC. -TTION y( - 't
ONE TEAR T.BY MAIL), POSTPAID . .' .
SIX MONTHS ,..'.. .W
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-A DEMOCRATIC JOUENAL, PIXUSHED BY A DEMO
CRAT AND DEVOTED TO T"3 HATE RIAL, EDUCATION- .
Al ECONOMIC, AND AGRICULTURAL INTERESTS . OF
PCPLIN AND SURROUNDING COUNTIES. v-
THURSDAY, JUNE 6ft, IS8
"" ."WITH THE SCRIPTURES
"It la required la steward that at bom be found faithful
I Cor. 4:. . , t 'N''',
, GOLDEN GLEAMS
- Life U not measured by the tine we Hve-Crabbe, v - -,-y ."
MAXWELL SAYS EXCHANGE BLUE EAGLE WITH MONEY
Now It seems a if the Blue Eagle has got In bad. Poor old fel
low. I wonder If he will be able to survive long? It Is strange that al-
. most every article you read on finance or economics offers so many
r : quack nostrums for recovery: many M inem never menuuuiug
And still everyone admits that there are millions suffering for food and
, - rhn iianiibnt nnnn rhuritv or handouts for their
vf .'tin iiiiir wui ale tcmvh.t m.........-. r -
' ; ? physical existence. They have no goods to exchange lor .outer gooas
which tney neea. weiiner niw u w rvt-v -
vv with, ' The industries cannot give tnem jons oecause mauainajw out
i stand in need of their services and are constantly facing strike nd
walkouts by those whom they already employ because they, the em
rXf ployees feel they are not getting their Just proportion of the wealth
they produce. Agriculture is depressed and unprofitable because mtk
i lions of would-be consumers have not the money to purchase with, me
. . . . - . J 1 .1. ..( .ml ... 111,. 111.4
1 gieav DanKers ana -money rhuoib uava uicu vw.tm ......
with money that is needed in; business. - But those who need tt most
"have not the security' to offer. There 1s absolutely not a sufficient
volume of money and-what there Is gets in circulation principally by
I being loaned at interest. Hence the bulk of the wealth is in the hands
V . of the few who control money and credits, ninety-five per cent of the
' business transactions being on credit. Some "Old Book" says, "The
borrower la servant to the lender." If the government would call in all
of its bonds and pay them with legal tender paper money and. destroy
the bonds, the Interest on the bonds would be stopped, and those who
- receive the mdney for them would have to invest it In some way to be
profitable.': Also they would have to pay taxes on it while they do not
A 'have to pay taxes on the bonds. Since the mistress of t of a king
-. 'wheedled him into letting private Interest issue money,, the- money
;mohopolist have never been satisfied and their appetite for that kind
r ' -m . . I 1. Mil -. ..A- fc ,UnM . . .... all
- powerful, dictating the policies of most governments. ' If our lawmak
' ers had the vistosf and foresight to pass some just monetary laws and
:. the moral courage ana sutesmansmp to repeavroe jreaerai Keserve
: : ttanx Act ana m Mauonai nana acc ana suma tot rest jusace in
ecatiomlo affairs as Jefferson and Jackson did, we. might have real
.progpextly in this country; Breadlines and soup houses soon be a jthing
- of the past Jails, penitentiaries and Insane saylums -almost or com
pletely emptied. As the everlasting struggle or tooth and claw -for
.' mere existence on the physical plane prevents the cultivation and operv
x ation of the higher and nobler moral and spiritual asperations. blunts
reason, dulls conscience and drives millions of people to crimes, such
. :,- as dishonestly, theft, murder, kidnapping, insanity and suiside. R.'O.
MAXWELL . , ' ' -
Gum Branch News
; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kennedy
V," spent last Saturday night with
Miss Bessie Kennedy.
j Mr. Coy Sumner-was the guest
of .Miss Grace 'Baker Sunday af
ternoon. . Mrs. Mollle Jones visited her fa
' ther, Mr. Jacob "Kennedy Sunday.
Mr. C. B. Kennedy also visited Mr.
Jacob Kennedy, , - '
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Herring
t visited at Mr. ana Mrs. Stephen
' Mr. and k Noah Kennedy and
little children spent last Sunday
with Mr. J. M. Kenneay. ,
Mr. Alex Hall was the guest of
Miss Dessie Summerlin Sunday p.
m. - i , ; u ,
Mr. Thurman Kennedy, - Misses
Ef fie Han, Thelma, i. Bessie , and
Nao ml Kennedy motored over to
Sarecta late Sunday afternoon. -Mrs.
Enoch Howard spent Satur
day night with her'father, Mr. J.
Mrs. Eddie Hall spent the week
end with her sister, Mrs. J.. H.
of Mr. J. i . ; Sunday
Mr. To r x i'r
E. MHu.i .
t Mr. II.- j
shter, 'lira. J . v
Mrs. uerUe r .. , . ,.
Sherwood t, ct : 'it
with her gran J f . - : - j. u.
Kennedy.-:.. ... . . ,
- ITr. Cordon Ketuit,." T .
Herring and Mr. Felix i .. j
a business trip to Var9w tt
Mr. John M Kennedy' ma Je a
business trip to' Kinston last Fri
day. " - - -
Miss N. Brinson spent last week
with her. altser, Mrs. Jonah Ken
nedy, - .; -. "
Mr. N. B. Smith and family near
Wallace was the sruent of I'n b-
vaua, sir. ana Mrs. W, U. Smith,
ins. aunaay aiiernoon, near Chin
quapin. .,. . .
Miss Dannie Smith la nniin
a tew days with her nlr itp.
Hay Dell Spooner of Wilminrtnn
N. C . "
Miss Mildred Parker of nhinnno.
Pin is vlsiUng friends In Wilmimr-
We are very Klad to know that
Mrs. Paris Williams of near rain.
quapin is improving. She has been
eenousiy ui ror two weeks. ,
Auss Ella 'Mae WhaiAv .
Oladis Thlgpen, and Lois Sander
son. was tne guest of Mr. Lacy
Moore Saturday afternoon of Chin.
quapin. - ,
aiss Effer Pickets of nhinnua.
Pin one of the E. R. A. teachers
endlnr her school tnt Wana....
night She served cake and lemon
aae to ner class at the. home of
Mrs. Paul Ramsey. The onea that
was present were Miss Effer Pick-
ene. Mrs. Vistula Moore. . Lacv
woore HttUU. Mr. Woodrow ITu.
treal, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ramsey,
air. r-eier a. nut and Miss Cora
Alice Fu treal.
Strawberry Season -V
i t J V
' season Is i
1 prow c f
a hia f'
...ure is 1.
,y grower; hist
f ""'it ' '
: fit ' -
f pastures be
Uie mouth tf
. those farmers
' their hogs
when "the lack
will no wea
owinc a satin
l year.vsaid W,
cialiat at State
the 'belief, held
i, ' that pennant
sild be avoided
or hog pasture
i .ated. Medium
i it can be raised
a close second,
a good; on acid
. White Dutch
ost anywhere If
1. Although not
asses -are far
odge, he con
ire props nam-
. ! mowed occasi
eeds down and
are tender and
s placed on full
' to. marking,' he
f o pasuire usea
g stock, legumes
b.s e .
There U j
than a .
As. Ice c
soils it li
can be r
the i.uij i
quite so i
a good r
better tl i
UnuwL AU '
ed above t
onally to 1
to to kev ...a
succulent r t
When'li ' i :
added, t .:..
but for t..e l .
Among the tu norarv nastures.
soybeans are rerhaps th beet.
Shay-' observed. Tut' thev should
not be fed t t: ;s being finished
for the m&.: it since thev nave
an undersial t ."fect on the qual
ity of the mtut.
Cash or Credit At Lowest Prices
You Are Invited To See Our
Stock Before Buying .
T. A. Turner ink Hill, N.
WarsawDry Cleaning Co.
One of the Beat Eqluptoi PUntii la DupliM County:
For 2 Weelio
WE ARE GIVING :
One MOTS PROOF BAG with every twe winter Oarmento
.. ' . .,' ' - ". CLEANED AND PRESSED -
"'"ri ' - - - f '
WE CALL FOR AND DOUVES '
D.Lfn: r.r. v r- "-575
GUT A. CARnWHi i w.w"
AgrieuKural IndustriaJlAgent :
snaiR) voast uh uaJuroM Co,
The 1935 - Carolina strawberrv
season is at an end. As a general
thing tne growers have made moo
ey and there is reloiclnr in manv
homes.-While there was little dift
lerence in acreage, 7,600) com
pared with last ve&r. vielda wen
heavy and the fruit of good quali
'.. Strawberry time Is always a sea-
son of hisrh .- nressure. work', and
some confusion, for these persons
acnveiy engagea in carrying on the
work of the-4nduatrv: and durinr
recent seasons changed transporta
UoncondiUons have added to the
eoafusion both- Within and outirida
of the Jndustryi Formerly the rail-
rawi' was aepenaeo -upon- to.: take
care of the tranaportatloil needs of
the shippers, nd -for many -years
ue-iioos or oemes-was cared tor
with few mishaM movinr bv-mli
in an orderly manner over a priv
ately owned and maintained road.
bed. , But now during the season
the berry towns are cluttered tip
wiht motor:, vehicles and bay 'day
and by night mammoth trucks; be
hemoths of the road, are to be jeen
plunging and swaying-hurtlinga-long
the highways your highways
at high speed, endangering lives
and property, jmd cracking and
crumbling roads that were not con,
stnicted to withstand the pounding
to which they are being subpected.
Wallace and OWbourn are- the
chief local markets, but Rose Hill.
Burgaw. Teachey, Tabor. City Lftc
ris, Mount Olive, CUnton, .Garland
and Stedman each have a place in
we picture, ew tne first time since
the beginning of the industry yeartT r'rhifc TTrT' ,
ago carlot ahioments of atiiiiS U: 0,,ve- M H E
ries were made thU season from
New Hanover County -from farms
of George H. Hutaff , who has sixty
acres of berries in cultivaUon near
Chadbourn is proud, and Justly
so, of being the . largest Klondike
berry market, while Wallace is the
largest market featuring Muwion
ary and Blakemore berries. vyrjK
1. There te always s good demand
for Klondike and a atudy of i the"
daUy : market sheet, shows that
this variety consistently TttrinlU. a.
premium -. over . Mlssionarye,. and
the new berry, the Blakemore. also
sells consisteittly for higher, prices
than the Missionary.-Both . Blake
morai and Missionary plants gene
rally yield a larsrer number of ntm
of berries per acre than , do Klon-
aiKe. , ' r'
. As mentioned, prices were good
ranging- on local markets during
the height of the season from 1.50
to $4.80 for Klondike, from 11.50
to $4.40 for Missionary, and from
$1.75 to $4.50 for Elakemores., ;
It la interesting to note , tist
berries 'transported bv rail, aceori.
ing to Government market re "ori s
on several days, sold la New Yc 't
and Boston for aub-stnnUr7 1' V
er ri'nps f-n i" I r- t -
1 Heme r
'"Jtr'ir, u ' oodman!
it whs ther of the good old
gentlemen to i .e his children
feel that homs the happiest
place in fha 'was . . r-d I value this
delicious noL.e-lw . i s voe of
the choicest gifts a nerceot can be
stow. W Irving. .
'The Strength of a nation is in
proporUon to the .number of its
virtues, mat IS, or its natural hom
es, founded uoaa aunrema affan.
tlons. -Joseph Cook'" ' -
i... .-, r" ' - 5' it, j 14
proposition; a wom of, sense,
married to the rieht man. , can do
anythlng.-jGa HajnUton,1 , ; .
Hail ve im&ll rmirtMtM nf
for omootkdo mAko .the
YVt)j M 4k lltram, 'fff.i. no. atiJ Kiaiiii
"Twv. Jft.jf srv ),v aiu fclOfcWVJf ,
which begot Incline tiu; to love at
lsu ii is ye wuo open uie
door and let the .stranger, in.
home. It' takaa at .'leaat tn in
make a cheerful table. Shun res
Uuranta and dine with your wife,
:auuot unknown, t ( . . ,
In. dally.life. arood temner will
Win more victories t t UlcTlust
U 'one Will eateh i.mm fMaa nrith
houey than with k tar. Dulce
t iratlouftl 1 ire)
V a mi tli ; I t '
? t ct in r ; ' v !
" 'i f 3 V ill!
i, r jiier 1 e
r Cnce nu , ' r i i 'V i 'o
Your Dance", e'io.- i. t at t e Vuo-
tin next Kont!ry end Tuv. ' y.
T' t ,t is he . Jvd by a i '--t re
ms':K'.le team, Al Jo; ',m, sfp-e
and s-reon star who Intrcduc 1 1 e
picture, and h's wife, Ruby
v 1 V li 1
a .i ci ii.
iim i e.
' 1 ' : ")id I ; ,
' : . . t", is niit oii'y
.", I t ia int .-is-i
t .iiii&tic ninn.uiits
a a nioi't fascinating ro-
and Al Duutn
v tuiu-a were written bv
a team of Harry Warren
C j r'l the s i ' s
a, i - i t Ly a ru: t
-di to. .ive clears up t! o mj
a most amazing climax.
j'-- . i mt -- ....... t
"The Case of the Curious Briila" I a f,., v... a j
latest of the First NaUonal melo- die Cooper and leased by the Couii-
r nna tire wv,. , . .1 -
star who rose tofamel Matt0 thrlilera to be ty Home of Duplin County wa.
in the lastoi , filme(? under the aUf!Plcea ? the ! burned Tuesday , evening at 6:00.
Never before have Ue two nlav- iubtwi,llM 8hown 'or the;The house was occupied by one of
ed .together. !5 e'totafe?' the tamates " the Home wh"
the spotlight from f other." But I. Enidkon'tha W.to,.t l!la. MK5. r.?flyf19' "a
" wb ' j .wtuf in very iceuie uiiysiueu conai
. u113 picture they work together Erle Etanlev Gardner"- whteh' fl I ZL ""-;.T..:l
aa a perfect romantic tAJtm.
joiaon Bhowa more v of his
' uvu, j waa cuviio iu 1,11c uuuoe al
til ran thA Vkrlllionf nrlmlnnl loi.r.,n. 1 - ,
'aih . " "7 r. T. ui .urae ine .lire,; ana when
time nerve, both In hi. singing and 1 tur. cse- hZ thZ' a . -nebboTa saw the he and ran
his acting, than he has dtsolaved ! J? T . .. throUKh 8e , to thj rescue they had to force the
In any other pictured m- iri.e" . "tound!nr adventures in old colored man from the house.
with Miss Keeler seems to have kJT. - TO Wv.C . Hcurlou He was moved o other quarters at
given h.m an : unusual Ji, r " ' " "
As a Broadway entertainer.; in 1L. husbands. - . nelghbor arrlved at the
the picture, he is barred fromt . The young bride is married to a fire it had gotten a eood start in
, the celling . near the mantle and
De some water was thrown on the fire
w prciure, ne is Barred from! t "v'rt T v TT ' """.". fire, it had gotten a good start in
the New York stage because of his rich; bu "P0" y"th. be-, the celling . near the mantle and
fondness for the-"nonni. ... neving her first husband to be anm tv.t n, .
, . CM ff , . . , V vvw VHiynii via U1C alio
ao wine an women. After sharing 'fa. turns out, howver. that but enough was not t hand to
a little danelnir airi n Placed wooden cigar-store CK,ck , f (rfl.. M m..H
a mid-West town n at.; . Indian in a casket to fool his wife
comeback that sets tha tha..i nd authorities. ; After'her iw't i (tni,t u n, j
worid aflame.; ; . ;vt w jriage he trns up to blackmail hetma& put too much fuel on the fire.
is as sweet and win-; """" . " b""b aii of the furniture that was fn
some as ever as the dancing part-."6 found dead in his a-the house was saved. '.The build
nerwho is unable to Aide her love Partm" , "V 8ta tag was 'a two room structure
for the great entertainer although j biB '. -1 made jnostly of lightwood with a
. - - " ur, .Having I wuo is tu-resieu, oui mason sningie top, and made a very hot
iwien or the wiles of'ac blues, flnda four other persons who has fire. No other houses' were near
Singer, the Wife Of the Vino- n h. mnilvmi tn kill tha man . -V v t. a i . .
underworld. "v " " . - C"6" w '5
- W ? wwa, BHUgCg CUlU
piano sitter,, is given a bigger part
than usual. Her ainin . .
but stoe also has an Important role
" "er woman and rival of
Miss Keeler for the love of Jolson.
the entertainer... Sha hdi.. .
" a.aiaai mat LUX"
ficult part with artistry, .
CUenda Farrell is the same wise-1
ing, hard-boiled character she
usually portrays, although In thlsi
Picture she is not the gold digging
tyoe. hap antira-w . .
keeping her , brother, Al JoiU. I
from ruination through his own f ol !
ly. - Her work Is faat nri
and. adds no end-to the rolllcKing
humor of Jhe producUon. .
SI1!? , W.h0L? "PUoiiayy fine
work include Barton MacLane, Bha
Lynne. Pauy Kelly and pui
Kegan. - iz..sr-A: .-
'Bobby ConnoUy,1 famous director-of
stage and screen inusIcaJi
has outdone all his hravi. ,.
with the spectacuiar dance ensem
bles he created and staged for this
I SMOKE j
CAMUS STEADILY. I
THEY'RE 30 f
1 NEVER GET
MY WIND ! !
. AS A CONSTANT
SMOKER I AGREE
WITH MR. SARAZEN
I AROUT CAMEL'S
MILDNESS. AND I
NEVER TIRE OF
- A THEIR FLAVOR!
v t.-jn ; ion gol.'r
; i Oupi m:'-Tli?atre"
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. i Go Into Your Dance
1 . Selected Shorts -
' MATINEE MONDAY 8:S
Al iolaoa and Buby Keeler
- - - - " i -Warren
William and Margaret
The Case Of The
. Curious Bride
JRroVram Week' !
"Bee inning: June 10
THURSDAY ONLY .
4 Mary Jafte'sPa, i
With Aline MacMahon and Guy I
" ,- Kibbee' -J !
, - , FRIDAY - ,
Chester Morris in .
I've Been Around
day evening. . sir. l lira. Tinner
of Mt, Olive enter! (4 at d. r
Che Goklsboro liotel, honoiii i
Mr. E, D. Pollock, a sister of Mrs.
. .Covers were laid for twelve at a
beautifully appoh t '1 1' i with its
three bowls -of m' if - era. A
threecourse dinrr was 'ved.
. GuesU at his c r v . le: LV
and Mrs.E D,! I 'o 't, l'r. c
Mrs. Q..L. West fM J 4
West of Warsaw, Mr. I
J. E. Pollock.of
Mrs. Jack G!' r t
p-r. Clarence I tt
Souveniors w 1
he honoree r- .-,. ,
e'iver la her p
MraGlisson, 1 i -.. tv
given a set of L it vi ..3.
Sr.ir.rc'ny,, - - westerner
The following people will receive FREE passes to this Thea-tre'any day next week if they
will present this program to the ticket window: Mrs. Les Williams, Kenans vllle; Mrs. O.'P.
Johnson, Kenanaville; Mrs. '3. V. Gooding, Kenansvllle; Mrs. J. -E. Jerritt, Kenans vllle; lis.
Ben Bowden, Warsaw; Miss Martha Swinson, Friendship; Mrs. Street Kornegay, Warsaw; Mrs
Albert Dobson, Magnolia; Mrs. A. W. Mallard, Rose Hill and Mrs. T. A. Bardin, Rose Hil).
AT..PHICi:.j YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY
Thfe County f
been bavin ? t -
leve'ed -dm .
hoped Uiat Luts L
cd and sown i t
The Town C
, TO " T it
.auriU. V A
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Ann Gor::: over cojipj ::tely in
Tii-Y ARE PUT 01 THE
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1 JTO CO.
1 1 1AJIY7ELL, Rep.