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SOIL CCriTATIOS L L.
" - v Guv A. Cardwell '.- t '
Ajrrfofiltnml anil TnAnittrlal aavmt
, jAuanno uoast use inroad ua.
". I Much attention shou' 1 be riv-
CT7T3 I- "13- -' ' : en to the management tl pastar
i: a . V ' Club ' held ' its'- to keep them in a condition for
i- - J i- " iV.-av aiternoon I conserving tne hu sn runuii
t' a I 3 cl Lary Albrit- tog grazing for livwtocU Eew na-
tuij't Lostsss. The subject 'stores ihonld noe be grated rata
cf t!. i . :xm-wai music Mrs.;!" growth, is about four inches
2. C. Ll. " fiT an interest-ibislu These pastures fouU be
i"7 -3t i ' ;lm Tester and g"d lightly the first year; low-
t t reta. ILs. Leon Flowers 'ever, the growta a&ouu'be .kept
r 1 1 r " 1 it tie rcte of 00
I j J i 1 1 ,r eore thoulj be
f .at f jcax. It nu 7 b"" ne
t. -7 1 1 tines to ap, y Ui-
t " if J in r on a pasture.
c 1 ct Inre are "j but usually it
le nccesijiy to ajply 'only
: "s -s t t a-e needed to
t 1 i i ' LlLLed sod.
- ; ' -.i i" "J J be moved at
r t f 9 f.h samet to kee
ua t-.e f,e.f l aail briar
heavily stocked . pasture should
have cat2a" dro" ' t Mattered
onoe or ofiener Hfltiie gras
ins season bv runsin? t hmiv
over u iignuj. A pasture on sous
sugjsoe u severe ceavuig caused
by freesir? durisv - tTi wfntr
woul4 ,be benefited by running a
roOex over it in Karoh. "'
s,Lc:s are tg their second' Br. E. C. rilas, V. Uneton J JcuntV AfTCntS
1C27-SS U S ornH Vlth Iai. far TnnVV T5ica " liauwl Flili jr.
- - w. v MMasi cw,: cuici( JB ny r Jii er
everta the history of Duplin Conn- Susan K. Bates, Kenansville, repre
ty. This was due to 0. P. Johnson, senting the Tarm Security Admin
our efficient Countv finnerfntmd-1 iatration
enV assisted by Mrs, Mamie I. and adopted a program of cooper
Turner, full-time supervisor, ative medical service for Duplin
Nejrtf Schocla :
Look" Forward to
Good Yeara ' t .
P. . Villrri w 'mil (n
work in the Warsaw school,- this
was jugiuy acceptable to -bim.
" .. . i well organized, and
two Unix of work are bein? nlan.
Bed. ' P. . Williams will writ
more about the work of DonHaM
Eigh School at another writing,,
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i W. B. Beynolds, Countv Farm A
fent, was also a fuest of. the
meeting.- .i- s
' 7 J t my
finnniv A rant Revnolds attcJ .
ed a conference of county agenW
held at State College, in Ealcigb,
Friday, where they dhensaed
Wffl"t of handling the cotton sit-
nation and made some suggest
ions for the 1938 production con
trol plan, although nothirj defi
nite was decided on for the cur
tailment plan. , - ' ' 1 ' ,
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ma. jls. Leon rtowers'ever, me growia auouu da xepii
' as L-tarsstipy account of Jo- wn to four inches in keight t,
'3 C the waits king. U times. Stock should tot grace u
- i : t rLlliTp Sanaa's com- n pasture! when Ce la.. 1 it wet i ' 1 5, it
i were r' el - bv Kiu enoueh to damaee the tiilf. Avoid I I .
The Dunlin Countv VtHimJ fin,
efcty met Tuseday at 8 p. m. In
uu county neaita oince at Ken
an.- '. i i, .J. "viub wiui jut. j, w. jrarnar.
.The. P.County Hegro President, presiding - '
3 were r!ryei - by Hiss
" . 1 .r adjournment
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I. f - -t U. fn mw rfnl
.tuilll ! Bin viiwiw .v, kh "i-
Traviiic by trcamlined Super-Coach ,
yon on'ny "close-op" view, of tht ;
eouiih- ta'Ka most colorful garb
ai wi nsny xtra-fara comfort at
no Ta f - It f . Greyhound farea
rvw i ' it l -ry round trip ;
. i i j- fu cities coat ,
. , n 1 cent-per-mile. f
. , -'--. rtnr carl '
enough to damage the tujf. Avoid
over-graring of pastures at 'all
timet. Btofik ahonM ',b ImmavrA
from heavily grazed pasture' guf
uraenuy eariy to auow good eo
er before winter arrive. It fa:.'
good practice to provide a supple
menary pasrure oisoy Deans, cow
peas or Sudan grass Jor nstf during
the dry- weather. iwhickKirften
oornea in lata arrmsnr 4r.l.aarlv
falL Bye and. oats may bejued fox
earlv snrtuff mibur c to lsnimle-
ment pastures and' prevent ? over-
All nastures should be ton dress
ed with fertdaee taJ ittanure .r
An umut unili limit ihntil Im an.
plied occasionally. An application
of 200 to ma noiuida of 14-12-4
fertilizer per acre is recommended
for aveargae or... below Average
land. On the better soils - or s on
poorer, soils that nave had? an ap
plication of manure, superphosph
ate should be used as the top dress
er, The frequency and amount of
top dressing to use will vary with
conditions. The : superphosphate
TEXAS A. A m;
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Head football Celi-
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Ii-M """J. riaa . o, "ni,,; .utataiKllnfl' diagram plays by !
YE "d eo many forward
paasea and bava been op
against to many teams that pass
-tbat we dsddad to nso a fake pass.
W ueed tt to most of our games
wiu gooa raraita. Wa found that
after throwing a faw paste the
'average team was open for this
fake paae and the result was that
It was always good for a few yarde.
Tbe featares of this play are that
ow -light TUmI left half backs go
deep dewa the field, as though they
were to receive a pass, than the
full back crosses over center and i
blocks oat the defensive center and I
the quarter back takee the ban
through the same opening. ' j
' We try to nuke thlm lnk ". !
much like a naaa star u nnuihia
We have made several good gains
mm mm nrw aowns wits It
against our most formidable op-'
vasenia. witn a raaa nui ni iu.
blnatlon any. team can, use it aitls !
equally good reaulta. - I
I THAT SUIT
" su yawing com- ; i i
blnatlon any team can. use it with. ! ItM
' V - . ' -yr-C ' I 1 1 oep as tne new, at thougk they I eqnaltv pxxl retulta. i lisi
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by famous tailors.
Handsome plaidf, checks and stripes in up-to-the-minute
0TEEB BKAUTIFIIL, WELt-TAHOEED SUITS
IH SEIECTED PATTEBNS $14.95
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CHURCHILL SHOES - $3.00
FORTUNE SHOES - $4.00
FRIENDLY FIVES - $5.00
Men's Hats .... $1.95 to $3.95
Men's Zipper Jackets in
Blue Melton... $2.49
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m the) ImkiIi of lh femny., M J
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ne and rfon4rrltaf)na tflhVmosT V
foMMvuK rooond 6Krwl.Va with vibrant hclhr
f V ' " ' 1 ' VnraMCnJ,w noxing 2-fold power, M. j
N??,:n anQ fWY,rasz' on lakes y-oorg half and keepi g
foong, takei old fcct'lfmlr and maltei it lAAk'vnuMlnr:
Jecl it sd economiccfj oKflow.O fenfl way. Ask'
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, ; Haaeartia,-Oee e Stonedi, Colds, Hebc
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As soon as tablet it absolved, drink tbangr solution.
- lebevta pain, while its alkalizing agents help to cor
wyjiay wumH WIUI mynHwvi .. .
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