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THURSDAY. AUGUST 29Uk, Mtr
p n Carolina Tobacco mar-
.jued Monday for the 1935
.11 1 prices paid on opening day
on all market were lower
i onenlng day last year by e
L ie third. Farmer displayed
dissatisfaction with the weed
i and 1 none instance, Scot
t Neck- fanners registered pro-
uyers on practically .all mar
!. i attributed the low prices be-
r paid to the low quality of to
so offered: ' -
As the day's sales progressed It
was reported that prices showed
en upward tern and Tuesday also
noted slight improvements on prao
, ally all Eastern .markets, Yes
t relay's sales were light on prac
tically aU markets with prloes hold
irg their own and in some instanc
es improvements being registered.
Heavy offerings were made on
viost markets with over 10,000,000
m,id throughout the belt ; on Mori-j
y. " -r ' N
i y.iiM on. the Border .Markets
uave been much heavier this week
according to reports.
For the first day of sales, farm-
nM "ST JL IE at0UXky
Greenville, one million at Rocky
Mount, a milion and a haf at Kins
ton, a million and three quarters at
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WILSON. August 29tb7-Wilson, ,
the worlds largest mv -
bacco market has lead WW.
belt marKew vum
averages, "any 'amers hav re-
cetved from 30 to M for their
t.acco sold on the local maru
A million and three-quarters
Irs have conUnued good since. The
r uty of weed offered has been
i Mediocre type but prices base
eo sieaoiiy wuvc io vt"m
i .. -I tinonlMtf I
e Wilson floors are not orowd
d -sales' are made quickly.
,'e factory facilities in this,
world's largest bright leaf mar-
ket, there is no danger or. eon -
gesUon form too much of. the weed
on the local market , r -'
Farmers who have sold here this
there is no danger or con-
weenrfunvo'. aiycu w
their sales. It. is ; predicted - that
within another week,-as the better
grade i begin pouring in - Wilson,
will see its average climbing to
?5c and higher. 1 ' '
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Expect Large Crowd
, JV. For Farm Event
- Willard,r;AugUBt 24 Dr. ' Char
lea' Bearing, assistant director; in
charge: or the Coastal Plain Ag
ricultural Station .announces that
arrangements , are 'being made for
the best Field Day so tar new at
this station, i Attendance of 10,-
non ia exnected. ' t
With the approval of the State
2 Reunions In
; The annual Grady-Outlaw Re
union will be held tomorrow at the
Outlaw's Bridge School. The pro
gram will commence about , ten
thirty followed by lunch on the
grounds in picnic stile. .
j. G. Jones, Spartanburg S. C.
business -man and son of Mrs. R.
G. Maxwell will deliver the prin
cipal address. Other members of
the two families will be oil the pro
gram A. H, "Sandy" Graham, can
didate for governor will Be present
and say a few words.
Iiusic for the occasion will, as
i .1 be by Jammle Grady of Cltm
i i pntf his string band.
a Grady-Outlaw reunion was
n in 1930 ; when it was esti-
d that, 5,000 people attended,
t year it was held at the B. W.
"y school and- has been held
!i year since alternating bet
i the - Grady and ; Outlaw
red On Birthday
ON Mrs. Eva Edgerton
od 6n Monday evening at
.-ouras dinner honoring her
, Mrs. H. I Clifton, on her
iiny." - f -"
were laid for Mrs. Clif
); Edgerton." Mr. and
O. Clifton of Newport
, T r. and Mrs. J..T. CUf
'i 'e end Mrs. Ethel
. ' "1 Tolierts, Wll
i. i,l i.nry i;.;erton;
MISS LOUISE ROBINCON
: The Duplin Times take plea
sure in announcing thai Miss
Louise Robin sett of Wallace has
: been added te the staff and wlITi
have charge of the Kenansville
office, Miss Robinson' will also
act as correspondent to' Wal
lace to the TIMES. ; -
" BOss Robinson comes te-ns
highly reccommened and will
undoubtedly be a valuable asset
to- the paper She took up her
duties Monday morning. ... t ..
; Our friends and patrons will
be glad; to learn that the TIMES
office will be kept open aU day
every day during the, week fimj
Health bepartment Commissioner
William A - Graham, announced
..William A. aM.ta!9
d picnic would be held as ual
s temDer thfdate, being the
. mber tm, J, Dr.
Frank P. Graham, president ox me
Greater University of North Car
rollna, will deliver the principal, ad
dress anoV Robert Grady Johnson,
Speaker of the House of Repre-
. . -ni
chairman for the day.,, . v
-- wU1 be a number of In
terestlng attractions and a pro-
f tto u,. people
f" utheaJltern NorUi Carolina
arranged. Peter McJLaren
rt Schopperiil to return
and Captain Hicks, presenting
ve a shooting demonstration.
. thA -contests,
xbibtts and demonstrauons ana
a heavy crop of gres Is ripening
la the muscadine gie iVinr-srd
for the occaalon.'." V"'e will be
furnished by the ' Twin - Cpunty
Bovs Band of Rocky Mount ana
j uguaJ jeajunent booths wia
hand Im tte comfort of the
iymfg n - ' '
' f, a crowS ofnearly 10
000 people from all over Eastern
North Carolina attended wis eveni
and it is believed . that fuUy as
large a crowd will be on hand this
year. ' "',' "v H ' n" '
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. MINISTER TAKES WORK
; Kinston, August 25 Rev. Char
les Plowden, young Presbyterian
minister who has been acting as
chaplain at the Caswell Training
School, near Kinston, has gone to
Texas to become pastor or cnurcn
es at Brazoria and Angelton, in
the Brazos river region. He grad
uated from Union Theological Se
minary last May. Brazoria . and
Angelton are 30 miles apart,
: The Southerland Clan Associa
tion will hold its ii third annual
meeting in Kenansville at 2 o'clock
p. m., Friday, August 80. All the
descendants of Robert Southerland
1st (1722-1770) are cordially in
vited . to ' attend 5 this meeting,
which will be held in the Kenans
ville Civic Hall, There are many
representatives of this Scotch Clan
In this part of the State, a. number
of the members spelling the name
Southerland Instead of the original
Sutherland. . , , '
The association was organized
three years ago as a result, of the
efforts of a number of the mem-
her At the meeting held at Ken
ansville last August the , number
of charter members was. brought t
to sixty. A much greater number .
is expected to be reached at ttej
uuo u w 6" ".-" TT""!
.since the last meeting. While there
are numerous representatives ot
this old Duplin family all over the
. .. . . i at..u. mm,
ul " . --"--- .
I States, a large part of the clan .
still reside In Eastern North Caro- .
I . "An interesung prog rum tuu-
sisting-of Scotch music, an histori
cal sketch of the clan In Scotland
and in America, and an exhibition
of Interesting family heirlooms, is
being prepared by the committee
in cbnrre," Dallas Herring, presi
dent ( t V 6 association, announced
sow on and business 'nay
transacted at the office, -'
During: the hast It kt
hf possible for the- editor to
piuni much of his time in the
office, thereby necessitating It
being closed a good portion f
the time. " , N, '
'tlHim Robinson will travel for
th and back from Wallace ens
day and her presence at her
home at night will aid Wallace '
people bs their contacts .with
the TIMES and will keep us in
closer touch with that end of
the county, -
r It W witi regret that we write'
'fit the- d rtur of MrsJ Pratt,
Sdw. JupL, C.y Since
coming . i ana we feel sure
that she win carry on in her
home county where she Is re
turning to iteeome Home Dem
onstration Age"t In the success
ful manner In which she has ser
ved ear people, Mrs. MoSwaln,
without doubt waa one of Dup
lin's most popular public work
ers. She never tired1 of her Job
nor did she. let anything Inter-,
fere with her work, She was
coracles tieua, capable and will
ing. She will be greatly missed
but we are glad for her tfcat It.
la possible for her to return to
her home and carry on the work
she loves so well.
' Miss Martin comes to Duplin
highly recommended and we
hope and fed sure that she will
win her way Into the hearts of
the people of our county as did
Mrs. McSwain. . '
- Dr. Ralph McDonald may not
be able to unseat Sandy Orahm
or Clyde Hoey In the current
race for the Demoneratle nomi
nation for governor of . North
Carolina, but he certainly did a.
good Job of getting his announ
cement before the people. ' '
: Dr. McDonald had what . the
newspapermen would call a 'good
build up" for his announcement.
His career In the House as one
of the representatives from For
syth was so Individualistic as to
make his 'name and his doings
news. He was canny enough to
let a period of Indecision Inter
vene In a : dull ' news ' season.
This season brought reams of
news stems. Dr. McDonald Will
run. Dr. McDonald will not run.
Dr. McDonald Is undecided. All
of this got Dr. McDonald's name
before the folks time and again.
He became not Just a represen-
I tatlve from Forsyth county, but
a man wnose name was Known
pretty well over, tho state,
final' formal umaunei
TweU panned. New.
nun IrtiAur Aa.vm, In advitnm that
on a particular day he would for
mally announce. All of the pa
pers received' his announcement
and his picture a couple of days
before It was to be released.
This planning brought him' a
good play In the papers. Not on
ly did the dailies give good space
to his deeMon, but the weeklies
as well. Running through a big
pile of weeklies for,' last week
we are able to discover Dr. Mo-.
Donald's (loasant countenance
peering from the front pages of
most of dem. . .
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Lv.vritilj EDITOR '5 , f
Edward J. I 'ill "t of. Warsaw,'
district 'W. P.: A. administrator
announced that rrl jectft amount
to f 80,009 have t approved by
the department for Duplin Coun
ty. This money will be used to ,
'cover repairs on all school build
ings In the county, It was said.
: Administrator Hill will be here
Saturday to an! es a mass meet .
big concerning Duplin's needs.
t ; 1 mi. ' 0
V. Comb3 Talks To
' Superintendent O. P. Johnson
held I meeting ;of all, principals
ih ' the county ' Wednesday after
noon at which time A B. Combs of
Raleigh, of the Department of Ed
ucation, spoke oil efficiency in the
work. ,- '? f' ir .; '
day lstn' at ten-thirty, of , all
County and To Officials, and
. other Interest 1 citizens with ot
fteiab) 'Sot. the V'orks Progress
i Adminititratl' i it the second dls
, trlct, ta di .ubS projects for
. Duplin jpounty, m-j:
There wt)l be meeting fat Kenr
ansville on Satut Jay, August Blst
at ten thirty of ?y 0ie county of
ftrtalsnd i .sAjtiito5t!i"''Wlth
a t ilmoyv an ijtoajds oicora-
f vral municlpa,
lltles of the County, and represen-
1 tatlve citizens from every town
ship of Duplin to elect a Planning
Board for the Countv sd that there '
will be some concerted action to
secure projects for Duplin, k '. ,,.
The meeting will be intended
and addressed by Edward J, Hill,
District Director, and his Assistant
Mr. Wlnslow, and Mrs. Bodges in
charge of the Women's Work ' in
the District They are coming to
tell. us. what we can get, or rath
er what Is allowed under the regu
lations; and Its up to the people of
the county to tell them through
some agency of our needs. :
To this meeting all civic clubs
and women's organizations and all
others interested in the welfare of
Duplin County are invited because
it will be your opportunity to ex
press the needs of your people and
: Duplin needs farm to . market
roads, better school buildings, com
munity buildings, better health and
this -can be secured by drainage
of our rivers and creeks. The Gov-
j ernment Is spending and offering
jits millions for this and other im
I provements. Will Duplin get her
sharer or shall we wait until af
ter the 16th when it will be to late.
, Come to Kenansville with a good
delegation from your town ' and
community and lets get going for
progress. . , i
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ta. taJLPH w. Mcdonald.
This ex-professor may not
know politics as It Is played, but
he certainly knows his publicity.
' Continuing the policy of giv-
lna our readers the most for
'their money the TIMES Is glad
- to announce that commencing
with the Issue of Sept. 12 a new
feature will be added to our pa
per. THE STATE i PARMER
SECTION' monthly news fea-
: tare covering agricultural news
of commodities grown commer
cially In this section. This ser
vice comes to our readers at no
extra cost. This feature will al-
. so be exclusive to this county
In the TIMES.
Rural life, while It Is' Ideal In
precept, has many problems. It
is our hope that we may help
k. 3 .....1- ., . .t.n- nna.
plexlng questions which come We think the issues of our
up from day to day, and" every ' STATE FARMER SECTION
. day, on the farm.- We want to . will have something which corn
render our rural subcribers a j mands the attention of each one
'real service, and bur' columns ef our readers.
'g Here For
11 fifhools ExCMlt
.11 OtIIOUlS mtcpt
Wnran w flnpn Mnn from Halifax County where he ser
W dXSdW upen IVIUU. yed M Healtn 0fflcer for several
Monday morning will nna .yeaTB and made a distinctive rec
the young folks In Duplin ord fop him8elf.
County from the ages of 6 to
16 bidding farewell to the
summer play days and trek
ing back -to the old school
house. With one exception,
, Warsaw, all schools in the
L county will -ring the call .to
''study about nine o'clock in the
Opening day this year will
find many changes in the
school set up in Duplin, O.
P. Johnson, now of Kenans
ville, will direct the work from
the county standpoint while
half of the schools will find
themselves directed by a new
principal. In many of the
schools sweeping changes have
been made In the teaching per
sonnel. The roster of principal in
the county Is as follows: Wal
lace, J. S. Blair; Rose Hill, D.
G. Chad wick; Magnolia, L. H.
Fussell; Warsaw, J. K. Long;
Faison, J. S. Fleming; Calyp
so, H. E. Grubbs; B. F. Grady,
Carl H. Walker; Kenansviile,
A. J. Dickson; Beulaville, John
M. Hargett and Chinquapin, D.
Of the group Chadwick was
a teacher at Rose Hill last
year, Fussell was a teacher In
the Rose Hill school last year,
Grubbs was principal at Mag
nolia, Dickson was a teacher
at B. F. Grady and Blanchard
is native Duplinite. Also Fus
sell and Dickson are native
Duplinites. The other princi
pals served the same schools in
that capacity last year.
In The Superior Court
August Term, 1935.
Notice To Plaintiffs
It appearing to the Court that instantiy. Miss Marie Williams of
the causes hereinafter named and Kenansvtue waa in the car with
numbered have been pending up- wukn,Boa and every effort was
on the Civil Issue Docket of this made t0 gtop car but without
County for a' long time, and that success until Hall was hit, Hall, ac
nohe of the parties, either plaintiffs coriing to Clarence Roberts the
or defendants, have apparently ta- eye witneSs, Hall started to
ken any interest in said causes, ' crosB road wlth out joking and
but, on the contrary, have aban- when about me center of the hlgh
doned whatever' interest they had 8aw car became con-
therein, the Court, of its own mo
- Hon, does order that each and ev-
Kiy UL HOIU (ium,u",
.rn nniiT-LnuiiHH ill rvcuouotiiivi
w , eamvn Kth
and why a judgment should not be
entered declaring thiat all matters
of- difference between the parties
have been compromised and adjust
ed.' , ,
The causes above.' referred to are
numbered and named as .follows
to-wit 1 ? -t, 1 v v ' ' v ''f '
(Continued on page 9 this section
TO BE ADDED
are open to any questions whe-
ther pertaining to things class
ed as "chores" or those various,
things which have to be done In
the kitchen. rJ V' .
The Duplin Times has always
hal service as Its watchword.
We want to be helpful to every
farm operator no matter now
small, and to every farm house
wife whose worries are mani
fold. We believe we are more or
less; familiar with the every-day .
things that you have to meet
and conquer. The recompense
for each and everyone of us In
our adherence to the Ideals we
Dr. Z. P. Mitchell
Dr. Z. P. Mitchell, county health
officer for Vance County, was e
lected to the same capacity in Dup
lin County at the meeting of the
Board of Health here Monday
morning, Dr. Mitchell will succeed
Dr. White, who worked here for
the past year, leaving the first of
.Dr. Mitchel lhas been in Vance
County for a year, going there
Dr. Mitchell is considered very
good, in fact one of the best in the
state in this work.
His acceptance of the work is
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THE BOARD Oj . ,
The Board of Health met Mon
day morning at the office of Supt.
of Schools. Dr. Fox, of the State
Board of Health, was present to
! advise them. It was decided a wise
plan to elect a health officer who
was eligible for the required qua
lifications and go to work inime-
! diately. Therefore the Board unani
mously elected Dr. Z. P. Mitchell
formerly the Health Officer of
Vance County, to start work Sep
tember the first.
Announcement was made that a
Dental Clinic would be held in all
the schools in Duplin County dur-
ing the coming winter. The expen-
ses to be shared by the County
It was recommended by the
Board that Mr. Holmes and mem -
bers of the health department be
paid for their services.
Coroner's Jury Absolves
Driver of Blame Hall's Death
A special coroners Jury summon -
Pd bv C. B. Sitterson, acting coro-
! ner found that John D. Hall came Kinston, Aug. 25 The congrega
i to his death in an unavoidable ac- tion of the First Presbyterian
cident being struck by a car driv-, church here will begin worshipping
en by O. F. Wilkinson, jr., oi Lur-iin tne gunday school audltorrium
ham. Hall was struck by the Coupe 0f Queen Street Methodist Church
going west Just two miles out of on September 15. The Presbyter
Kenansville on highway 22 and 20 lam, gold ti,eir church to the Sal-
as ne attempted to cross the high -
way anead Qf tne car Sunday af -
tnrnoon at 1:00 o'clock. He died
- fu(ed and started back and then
'turned Dack m front of car.
Hall is married with one child,
i were conducteci in uie nausviue
RFC will finance constructidn of
1 Decline in cotton exports ham-
jmni AAA. MJOU lUfilm. V
. FERA will finance IT. camps for
) unemployed women.
(Special by Wire) .
WHITEVILLE, Aug. 27b., 1033
Whiteville Tobacco market es
tablished what is recognizee! as,
l and what will probably be, an .all
I time world's record for -a three
I sale tobacco market Monday when
it sold one million, nine thousand
three hundred and sixty eight lbs.
of the border belt money weed.
This record breaking amount of to-
ibacco was sold for prices that
' was considered the highest that
'has been paid this season. The days
sale bringing two hundred sixty
I two thousand one hundred forty
flve dollars and eleven cents. For
an average of twenty-five dollars
and Atnety seven cents per hundred-pounds.
Tuesdays sale was lighter, ap
proximately three quarters of a
million pounds being sold, how
ever prices remain at the same
high peak that they ascended to on
Monday and the average for the
two days will be about the same.
Mondays block was cleared up
Tuesday and early arrivals indi
cated another heavy sale for Wed
nesday. KINSTON. August 2Sth. -Kinston
'added facilities this year and two'
new warehouses expects to break
all records of the past. Opening
day offerings of a million and a
half pounds was no more than ex
pected by local tobacconists.
The quality of weed offered this
week has been of a low grade cn
the whole and prices have been on
uie wnoie sausiaciory. ine trenort
has been upward each day since
the opening and as better grades
are offered the price average is
expected to continue to climb.
Very few farmers showed dis
satisfaction with their sales this
week and it was not unusual to
see them walking away with a
broad smile and checks represent-
ling anywhere from 20c to 35c for
' their piles of tobacco.
Kinston warehouses are manned
by experienced and capable men
and service to the farmers is un
Civil Service Exami
nations Are Open
The United States Civil Service
Commission has announced open
competitive examinations as fol
lows: Junior engineer, various opeion
als, $2,000 a year.
Associate electrochemist, $3,200
a year, Bureau of Chemistry and
Soils, Department of Agriculture.
Director, Child Welfare Division,
$6,500 a year. Children's Bureau,
Department of Labor,
All States except South Dakota,
Utah, Iowa, Vermont, Virginia and
Maryland, and the District of Co-
lumbia, have received less than
1 their quota of appointments in the
, apportioned departmental service
at Washington, D. C.
1 PRESBYTERIAN TO WORSHIP
IN METHODIST AUDITORIUM
jvation Army a few weeks ago. A
.new edifice for them was nearing
completion. Now it appears it can
not be occupied until rather late
in the fall.
! THE MILK OF HUMAN KINDNESS
IS Trig CREAM OF UFE j
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