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ty rwi aiict&i iti a tcn-
."S- i -:rtr,M late of thii
IV-1 r ' ' vil 1" -a nclawfuT. An
17 ' I Ti bsrvtliia dray a
cm tie tzzi itora couater ia at.
- uk nunn oemgs, tUUn saaka itraag friaadahlpa' faff
which then U aita.axplaneiUon.-Por initanoa, a ut mually Jooka upaa
a rat ai ooe-
coursa . dinner,
but .Buddy, the
quite a pal of a
Both are owned
by Joseph Lan:
"tlgne, of Albany.
-, Marco, an Aus
tralian ' "honey
with his friend,
Napoleon, the po
lice dog. They're,
in Hollywood. '
, ii tf tie
:s ai a f
1 tie Cea;l':-s, ii L
3 ta c-"trKtt.U
1 tr.r:rs, aiLJoui.
lie rt 9B'.iLilitT for hit
1 1 ,. druggist who
iUg' 1 "ami in ' inch
c ,5-i i 1 and ia ad-
ill. 1 ' j r ' Vi iltinf one of
oif el : I tzimt to uj that
, tiraejaont the State
4 rerlsrlrj distinct aerrioe
'I - r i "Knw sun.
we rcepimuusy ir tae treat-
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. Muy xemaa aajneat X taeat tadindaili Boon
rS-r"'- -fftflirriln -i. 1 1 .--,,
li-i .iJ-w ,'f'' -""r'-'HrtiairiiaMigiMii
, lis. .11. rcDaffy, of Kaeford,
who hai been ipending tometime
with Her daughter, sirs. D. Hew-
ton returned home Friday,
We are glad to report that Kit.
Be Cooper,, who hai .been JB1 for
toe. past few days ia much improY
ed at this time. ; r
Mrs. H. F. Byrd spent Wed. in
Mrs, Carson Boone of Goldsboro,
is spendine; ,ie wekend with, her
mower, mrs. Annie jrauon, ; : v
Miss Ethel Owens of Greenville
College apent the weekend with
ier parents, :tJlx,T and JIrs.'X S.
Anions; those who attended the
district meeting of j the - Hnsio
cinbs at Sosehill Saturday
l ;Ih window tox shocld - ba at
I least eight inches deep. A layer of
ismau broken stones over Cm bot
tom will facilitate drainaa, One
or two holes in the , bottom will
permit (orpins water to drain oat
fL. BT JAMES R POPS ;
ft Washington, Oot ijTWtine
the White Honse and reading the
biographies of its former tenants.
1 s ' txl J. . - , W
4 wo piagosa waa me conncuon
that there's nothing' new ; under
the guttering sun not em
the New Deal or President ftoose
velt's classical utterances, nor in
were I the acensatioiis and charMa. vit-
Mrsi.A. tt-.Witherington, MnJjH.fnperatiye and otherwise, brought
PIAUO Due to previous purchax
era inability to complete con
tract, we will transfer to any re
sponsible party for the balnea
due, beautiful upright piano. XL's
iano looks almost like new ani
fnHy guaranteed. Credit ' glassy
waanged. Por particulars where i
piano may be seen, .write 1X3
PIANO CO Iynchburg, Ta. Oct?
U, 81, 28, pd. J
Fv-Byrd, Mrs, 0 L,-Taylor.' Mrs.
Ernest Taylor, Mrs; J. E. Faison,
Miss Bailie Hill, Mrs. , Bail, Mrs.
McColman, and Mrs. -Edward Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Edgerton had
as guests for the...weekend'rMiss
Patsy Wheelie. of Mass.. and their
daughter, ,EdnaEarle,r of college.
-Mr; and Mra."3. P. McColman
spent the .weekend with Mr. and
Mrs. L Jr. Henderson, Of. Wallace.
by Kew Deal castigators. We seed
'only to turn back a few pages of
American, history when, , lo,- we
nave the same, political dramas,
comedy skitvand the same locale,
with claques and hecklers behav
ing much , the same manner they
have behaved since the birth of
politics; Only the actors and the
stage hands are sew.
Let us consider the Roosevelt
iPBIOHT PIAKO . only 4 feet 8
laches high.' Mahogany ease. Will
$68.60. Cash or Tsrns. Write
the KtDD-FBIX CO. P.O. Box 145.
QOLD6B0BO. H. C.
Mrs, Katherin, Thompson, of K , administration and the blactnir is.
fli f A, A.1.W ' t a ' n i ...
C. T. Ci spent the weekend with
her; parents, Mr. and Mrs,; W. I
hompson. .-. .
1 as a fact Cat durirj'fysiciana
1 jtax cndlsg June, S3,iiatezi fk
1 ; .:.r jzLx to tie is
i rcs<ion ,tlat ; .the
j rt'aoti it osl'lai
sc-s ly tie act a
: '.1 asi tlat lt
",.':a is sot in exeats
"i cf the amount by
lie jroceeilr hal by
i st m Wsular meeirv
r is, . i(, auuonst-
' sol Tsn.lt be axi tie
' repeeki and that
I Crier be e4c;ted is
who . are aware of the
the ue af this druar
t-1 wt as is pwidkm to supcr
tl Ces esscl zt treatment"
S, - 13 IT
t tla T;si4 af Cost'
f tie Cotisty f Dnp-
a, as fellows:
1. Tamest to " Tie
1, Unit of tie
t . to be is-
"M pi -'-si a
- 2 :.1-A for
; 1 sreiaafier desorib-
! s rwceeda' ef said
f'T'-Icl iciilv ,tei
Tie, r t-7er Associatios
wia zaiZif slrht rovemb-
er 1st at 7:C3 o'elock. A rtsod'pro
gmm baa bees arranged and a
WZ pcToeste of careste is ex-
pectea to ee ftesest-
O. asl JZa. Xobert Britt and
duster Ass, af Wilmington,
JZzt. Tstrmter and Hss LLiabeth
rorrester of ITertS " WCkesboro,
!:t Caniyr w!3f Mrs, Sallw
Kr. ami Brs. Xobert Farrior. of
Ctase, :t the, weekend with
L ;. anl I .s. 7z-a T. Albrittos.
sr. 1 rsn.' W. Cterhess
ai f r ;t Xanra CorJos . are
ai" S2v;-J dsys witb friends
4 Xitt bu . return.
e 1 f. a visit witb Miss Tirginia
i s ia i.w sen. - ;
Is r-ty rerriBg spent the
weekend at L!. 1 . ae ia Beaufort.
ULi CixeiTS Ijatie visited her
sister Ers. Carence Pope in 1-
aoiia Cir.iir Ce wtana. .
.Kid Velma Gimrnit . innt
1 TOB- w wj tae weekend at ner home in
' t-rl .s. Paul TyiZ& and H. E.
i" '' Caolisa-Tu-
leased C d L.lz. iy
;.ri-' t T ' i" virlici Jier
5i. - ) FicJian, of
Balefh during the weekend.
' l"r. ami Ilrs. Cordon Crice, of
GolLboro spent the weekend with
?. ani I" 3. J:-;-C-ioe. ' 1 "
A!!.ert Tice is cii-ically ill in
tLe ClLloro EorlM
IL ari IT. W J. Uteris
s!: : 1 ia CoIi,Wi C .rl'v,
I.v. Iiiy Tidis jr ltd at
t.e". ssrvie at ue
T - " r ia tLa absence cf
j cr i
i '1 be
... 4. 't.
t cf tie
t Clerk of
' -3TS ef
- JTtllle was a New Xbrk ipaniaL she roamed the streets hontalan
aad hungry. Har eight puppies all died shortly after they were bom, be
cause the-pear thing had beta undernourished. But in a home for stray
animals tfellia found elgbntw-boni kittens who had lost Chair mother.
She adopted them and they adopted hr, proving that there is always an
outlet for 'motomrJaV r-'v'--'. -.-v'i.v
1 'Plcwred 'faalowaind'.'hat 'saSnsi brood ia-anothar Vodd atdteal
affection. "Tha Blbla'lari That ihmrmll enma Mma tshm rh. Kn. .-j
lamb shall lia down- togetbar,- and hare la tha King of Beaata practicing
pior the occasion with hla bosom pl, a Httla black dog. Thair owner Is
MravA-Jt, Nannettli of dakland. Cali
FAISOM COTTOH MABXET
8TB01TO ALL OF SEASON
The Cotton Market at ; Fatson
has been: strong all of thii autumn
with buyers competing k for- all
kinds and grades. Early 1his week
in Faison the cotton market was
8 1-2 to 91-2 cents per pound.
'The'' Mrs. Skipper circle of the
W; UT V. of Mt. Olive ' Baptist
ahd rendered a very impressive
Miss Hilda Davis was in Green
ville for the' weekend visiting
with menu is the college.
, Miss WOma Dixon,' of Stantons-
burg spent the weekend with her
home ioBcs here.
' Mrs. C M. Ivey, of Summerlin
Cross Bead spent the day last
Friday in the home of Mrs. J. E.
sues enveloping it in J937 in
comparison with the administra
tions of the two great patron taints
of all Democrats Thomas Jeffer
son and Andrew Jackson and the
red-hot issues of their tumult
uous times. Soosevelt now is ad
mired, feared or bated for his
constitutional or unconstitutional
extra-legal short-cuts toward court
packing, crop control and . wage
hour dictatorship. Epitomio of all
Roosevelt antagonism of today are
the recent utterances of the learn
ed Dr. Glenn' Frank, who decried
LAUD FOB BENT I have 9 acres
fot rent Good for 3 acres of to
bacoo,3 of corn and 3 in cotton.
If interested see or write. B. C.
HOWELL, Mt OUve, N. C, BU.
FOB SALE Two good Tobacco
farms. For information call at J.
McB, Grady's residence on Seven
Springs - Kenansville Highway,
near Holt's Store. Oct. 28. Nov.
exceeded his constitutional power.
Many newspapers of that period
printed cartoons and editorial car
icatures depicting a crowned
"King Andy" sitting on a dicta
tor's throne! Furthermore, the
Senate, probably with the thous ht
of proving to the world that it
was no mere rubber stamp, refus
ed to confirm President Jackson's
ad interim nniwiintmmt. f Vntntr
our most valued institutions and b. Taney as secretary of the trea
"emergency leadership", and vow- gUry. This same Mr. Taney later
ed his "uneasy sense that spate of 1 became Chief Justice Taney of the
traditions can no longer be taken I Supreme Court, in which capacity
for. granted." Dr. Frank's words he wrote that famous document, or
will at least serve as a concise
summary of all that which stands
for anti-Booseveltism in 1937.
What would they have said
the able Dr. Frank and all these
worshipers at the shrine of Thom
as Jefferson had they lives back
in low when Resident Jenerson
saw and seized upon a first rate
opportunity for dickering with the
Boyd Walker, a student of i war harassed and financially em
Campbell College was home the
church visited with Miss Annie
Swinson last Monday afternoon
past weekend, y
, Mrs., J. E. Swinson and Bennie
Bell spent awhile Sunday after-
barrassed napoleon, and came a-
way after trading him some small
pocket change for that vast do
main lying west of the Mississippi
Biver known as the Louisiana
1 Purchase with the "dust bowl"
noon in the Seven Springs section.
" Mrs. T. E. Bell and son, Delmas
visited Mrs. Bell's sister, Mrs. Lo
la Miller, of Faison Sunday.
We are very much delighted to
know the tin for! covering the
church has been purchased and is
on the- church ground ready for
the work to begin. -
- Mr. Griffin, of Dunn, was the
dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Dixon Sunday evening.
; Mrs. M. E. King, .of Washing
ton,, JK C, was home last week
. Furs or feathers, it
really makes "little dif
ference.' Above, - an A us-
trallan Tabby throws a
paw. about harlpaV tht
cockatoOi .. ' At right ia a .
bea in a Chicago suburb. -
usprivea oi per cniciu,
aha" adopted a brood of.
eollia duds. 1 ' - v
ti: r f. J
: it. -
i f r t' e
';'And Just to prove once mor that mother love knows no bounds t
animal life, wa present this kind-hearted kitty who adopted a brood of
fcltty yellow chicks,"' ". '"8 . .-; ...,.s : V, , r. ' .
Herbs Give Zest
( : it,'.;.'. ...J.. - ?v ' i
To Many Dishes
I Spring ia in the kitchen all
winter for those fortunate people
who have an herb garden in a
window box or even is a few
flower pots, , .' , .. 'v
(Basil, chives, summer savory
sweet majoram, thyme,, and pa
ley are a few of .the herbs - Jthat
can be grows indoors through the
winter1, said Cornelia C." Morris,
extension marketing specialist "at
These herbs, she added, will add
eest to many a winter dish. Pars
ley, for example, can be used fresh
or dried and its flavor combines
wn witli ; egg,5 meat, and vegeta
.The cleve-flavored leaves and
flowers of basil and the young
thrown in for good measure I
.Neither the President nof Con
gress had the constitutional au
thority, express or. implied, to
purchase this or any other foreign
territory. The land was already
involved because of war bttween
France and England. President
Boosevelt today could not legally
purchase all or any part of China
or Spain even were he able to ac
quire both for less than half of
what he spent on TugweUtown.
At first it was proposed that Pres
ident Jenerson put through an
amendment to the Constitution
which would give him the author
ity necessary to consummate the
Louisiana Purchase, but , there
came a hurry call to the fffect
that Napoleon might back down,
or that the British would . seize!
Jenerson consulted his Drain
trusters or college sophomore and
they advised against delay. The
deal was made in open disregard
for any or all constitutional limi
..S. much regarding President
Thomas Jefferson's short-cuts and
hurdles in overcoming objections
and circumventing objector! to
the "achievement of reasonable
objectives," and his technique in
tunneling obstacles left by ;' a
Constitution which he considered
had failed him in his country's
need; for "emergency leadership.'
lniamous, depending on your
personal views the Bred Scott de
cision. More than a centry ago an un
employed country school teacher
dreamed dreams, and partly be
cause one of his dreams proved too
realistic President Boosevelt was
forced into the perplexing predica
ment of calling a special session
of Congress for November 15, 19
37. Another incident, more than
a century old but wholly unrelat
ed to the dreaming professor, help
ed to intensify this dilemma and
laid the groundwork for Mr. Boo
sevelt s allegedly business paralyz
ing session now in the offing I Al
so, one fresident was an official
What I Who? The answers wiL
appear in my column next week.
New Dairy Move
Small dairy farmers ia
mountain counties of westc.
North Carolina have already cap
tared a $200,000 annual mil!,
business from other states "
plans are underway to greatly
pand the industry as fast as p
tures, cows, barn and other equi
ment can be added.
About 1,000 farmers in B
combe, Madison, Henderson. '
Mitchell and Yancey counti"
sold over $200,000 worth of mi
for manufacturing purposes to th
Biltmore Dairy Farms near Ashe
ville and E. D. Mitchell manager
of the farms, says that facilities
will be expanded to take care
all the milk produced by the r
operating farmers. ' , Milk ror
have been established and cent
gathering points have been locat
ed. for. the convenience of th
farmers "interested in selling t!
The movement is sprerdi -
needier emergency leaorsmp otflef , ft y,
u T;,"- ittW ml fat the nearby foothil
oomparison with President Boose- Sfc TJTi Z v
velt's maneuvers of today.
Now' what about Andrew Jack-
tender leaves of chives lend a detl;.
- r-v, ,wm -iiicmocracy--m wnai way oia m:
Farnham, dairy extension specb1
1st of State. College,' oooperatir
with the county farm, a?'
Small demonstration pact
mUSt I Th faram ulliV. th.
i f r
. A tr
i''ty Ua '
' C t aM f it. ii
"j ia f:.flt.
erson's, and how did it serve as
i' trau-blaser for Mr.
and some of his pet or
proposals ? r.,l.-' 1;; " ..--' $
..President - Andre X Jackson's
conception of Tories and economic
royalists had personification ta the
directors of the . United States
lhave from two to about 15
each and the checks which
receive each two weeks run
about f 12 to $75.
Y IWja. .4-t. -4f AL. . 1-.-
Bank; His first objective in Wliti,.;.-?.
ed European mint 1 popular, for
meat and poultry dressings. v '" v
-fhrert majoram, a native of Me
diterranean countries, is' much
sought by people who come te A-
mercia from those' 'regions ' and
are fond of the pleasing odor and
aromatlo taste of 'this' i herb in
soups, meat pies, and dressings.
r Herbs grows in a window box
do best is a south window where
they can get plenty of sunlight
They should- be planted is good
soiL A good soil consists of one
part well rotted cow manure and
three parte food' garden loam.
ine ideal sou has as its founda-
w raw puub. auu uieinf all mm ut. S
rotted manure, -aome sand, and l! bank. This was carried out hfle
.v. j .a . awi, i uouo meai. tontrress was not i'Biff kn
till s.J torop-Mvand aor..i.- r. . yJJZZZT 7,"
een out t-7 Yarr:t tLat may be in f nate voted a censure the
, - lesiJent, declaring that h'. ; tad
-w , --.4..-, B quantity ex urade "A milk w
iSPW8! .Iprodnced for th, retail trade.
wit xoui century iiora maran.i .
t.T i . . . r . I " wiuuua says , wuicauuiia
Bit ? rteni.B;orth4 Carolina
Jackson ordered the z withdrawal f i. k ii.." ..
is now definitely Jftn the ., way 'to
become a great milk producing
section. The lush pastures; lack of
wild onions, the cool nights , and "
pure running water available en
every farm 'tend to make? dairy