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t week' icsue carried tLe y cf Tz'la. cc Sj't l"t. 1 r ts
j tlventnre, tLe i:'.7 I - 1 - t.
' y 9, 10S7 t'e flr..t 1' ' n-rt cf r.-Lcrs l!t 7a .w
t Llae marking tLe fcxltlj s' p cf Lat is J," 1 to I .ouie
-rar to our county. The tlrA t y 0: 'y t ro 1 "a cf L ts
5 'rci. They were purclu. 1 ty a 1 l-luJs cic-rn ead
j bL.rci to tut point Prices ca tLt c' y were ninth. I 'ow
L.-e tci j paid by olJor EPiketa. lie r 'a cf t"s tcL" s1 ' red
was very low? Our farmers tad nt ca .t t! e swg cf Ue 1 "
"so to syeak and were markctirg j t ary eld t"g, toes'-J tie r
and undesirable porker. That first day's iljcnt was mule r. .. LY
through the untirirs efforts of Duplin's very able and popular coun
ty ezent "rcavine" E:r". 1
Having made tLe initial step stnd realLipg that the work Lad
just begun, Hr, Eeynolls Lt loose a barrage of .pressure and soon
- a second shipment was made. f
, In a short while he had the fanners organized into what is
5 known as tie Duplin-Sampson livestock Karkt. Association. Ccal
, , es were purchased, through the generosity of Vrsaw, ITirc1 "nts.
, 1 The Associ. ' ion elected officers and the following were nan1 1 dxecr
t tors: S. V. V.'illdns, HoscMH; chairman, W. D. Bouse; Kp2oIia; J.
JL TswCA, Warsaw; Otis Carroll, Turkey; L. C. Wilson, Clint n.
. ' ' "Trom little acorns large oaks grow" is(a well known s!?e
r"thr.t can be adequately applied to this organisation even now. fL.a- types of home life, he said,
rncts continued to tgo north at regular intervals., Farmers t an. xv: tal! -""
station. One prime minister consiclere It nothkj to le Vw
wt, ti. r tress i -l-of Lis wife, runty and LldAj c.
rire vows were cc-l'-rci as noti""2. ,
" la tve U't i . s we find o'l elves leading tLe whole world
in Ci r te c? forces each year. There is a steady decline in all
la Tr land durir the 18th century wealttt was in control, wie
poor had no voice in the government . ' j .
Todjy in the United States we find a sad lack f statesmanship
hp, iMrati.d to anv office with money. Last
year in the N. C, Legislature a handful of representatives ignored the
pleas of the ministers and the , dry voices to just give them a voice
. - x-l! A. waa am tIia ITIinCTlAII ,'. I lift V
wre flatly refused. ' ;
rea.n Tassibuitiet and improving tneir nogs Kr snipment. iier,
sales are showing that 78 per cent ox the hogs shipped are bnrguig
top maiket prices, as high and in some oases higher than the older
The last shipment brought thei total number of porkers shipped
to 7.C00 weiehine over a million and three nundrea tnousand cruig-
iag our farmers over 150,000, or Ubout $300 per farmer,; shipping
!as an average. v1- ' . '-y
' . As the Association enters its second year it is expected to double
the shipments made during the first year.
Cf first importance, second to the financial Income, the work is
Inspring our farmers to the necessity of growing pure bred stock.
They are learning that pure bred, fat hogs tcan be grown cheaper
:,than Door runty vi&&tm&MW , ihnnt the ohlv difference between
The work enables our farmers w nave a casn income aunng me- nriand of the 18th-century is Wat t .e levit nas
changed his stock of goods. ; The Lord's Tay has once ?za. tcoo
the Devil's market aay.
In Enriand hk thel8th century :the Lord's Day was the Eev's
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I market day. 'mere was an nuuiumg 5'B
or to the great revival that swept the country. Ia s lni.ed Elates
hLa rit, ihf. call of God on the Sabbath we turn to busi-
off seasons when there is nothing else on the farm to selL ; It helps
jthe industrious farmer to balance his farm, program to get the most
- 01 jt of it for the work expended. It is a great asse? to improving .soa.
Aad, with it alt it helps w
not directly dirt farmers for every dollar paid into the ,'purse of
-our farmer 'friend,, part :..tof. .M igoes to merchant and aids that
farmer in paying his taxes. , , v K -1
, -What is our next program I.Whywaifiinta-'oar.. hog-'-market
' has established itself as the largest in the South, if not in the world?
' Let's get behind another movement , that will aid 'our farmers to
become better farmers, and more piasperouse farmers. ,:, : ; , - -, -K
- There are many good men scattered throughout the county
y are glad to lead a progressive, cause any aay. vupua a uiesi
tw, Ti,mA nirl tbat we must have a revjvaL an awakenirg
in this country as England did if we are to be saved and he believes
it will come to passM -', t '" ?' ',. ' ' - ' T,,
The TIZE3 wishes' that every person , vt Drp'jnXounty couU
have heard Mr. Thompson. We believe he.was hittlr-? f:e rrl r- X
on the head. ' As we a;iprorich election time we shotia ea.ii and ev
ery one study and know who we aw voting for. When and Jat;s
begin to announce if they are not the type of men we fe-l shoi .
represent as we should get busy and brinj out a person v. 0 s.iou,
renresent us. To us it seems that the ability to get someg done
in Ealeich is not the only Qualification, We need men represent,? g
Ci' :t V..1 fi U wo:k six
d.ci to to t em oa te seventh,
as t'.at is t" e crJy v he has.
Tj ' "a I wou 1 t-1, "The Can
of 1 .a is Lcii e1 a cf tLe sab-J
so it is to u.t you
must look, f ir to H!m you must
give au account. - - -2.
Jesus in tLe - syB""rue..
"Ail tl?re wis a man tL-e Uch
tal a v "., '"'I Land." IS ias on
the sLLth too so T -e ari
seej v f.t,h Jesus c'
he le&l Cat ira ta t"? sb
tL'.lt The law tlla-vei s&L' .ti
hewing when l Te vs in (' 1
ger,.but V 's n..a O1.I7 tad a iti
erel hand. Luie ss it was t! e
rLt tatid. AcccxJg to tra.lt-
ith such men. .. Meaning to offend none nor to leave any names out ,'DnplB county in Ealeigh who tave the "guts to stand tp foD ukat is
we here are taking the space to name 8. V. Wilkins, of : .SosenaLjf t whether ot iose. : We need men whose daily lives are
iatidn and also fh"fr"""' of the Duplin-Sampson Livestock Marketing
Assodation.-fervy:.--- :::r,r -.; ;:'mMJ
" Anwnrd Tinnlin Conntvl y'-K'-vir-
Watch these columns for a suggestion in the very near future.
- Century England
their pet bill passed. Men who are above reproadi as r- r f j r
Dh, yon ask, where are such men? We answer, r' " 1 1 s i 1 1 4
' t We iieartt3 an ! inspiring tennon, Sunday morning in the Xenans-
; ville Methodist Church. Rev. A. L. Thompson sounded a warnmg.
4hat nniM a nlioTimi taV rlaoo in this oountry we ' may V repeat Va, yon
' the storr of Sodom and Qomorrah, the two citiea Jn the Dead Sea County. They are the men who do not seek p
? that were destroyed by fire from heaven because of their wickedness. the men who must be sought.
Mr, Thompson was not oeing pessimisno, ne iiatcu. w aauuw ,
' his sermon with an optimistic note, !believing that America, at heart j
was still hungry lor Cnnst.
1 Eis sermon was another in the series of Aldersgate sermons
commemorating the 200th anniversary of John Wesley and Jiis aiders
gate experience. Mr. Thompson drew a contrast between England in
r the 1" Ji century and the United States in the 20th century.
Ezcrland at that time was ruled by a monarch. The caste sy
stem was prevalent and the great masses of people had no rights, they
were rithing more than slaves. Today the United States boasts a free
cour7 in which everyway is 00m rree ana eqnau ,.iquai opponnn
lty 1 3 aa is ear slogan.
Bev. E. A. CADLE ,
CONSEBVINQ THE SABBATH
- MARK 2:23 to 3:6. -
GOLDEN TEXT: "And he said un
to call attention to the great mass of sharecroppers in the Southern man- ;
Vr'tsl f'ataa.- H taid we have slavery todav almost as bad as be I .1 '. . ,
fore C e Civfl War. We do not like to admit the truth about diildren it J??J TiJum J!l "
cf t' e S arecroppera, Uving among us everyday, who cannot go to f6tS i5f5?5 wJ
. -.1 1 -STSk'rf Soe nnlwolhe. to wear and food to eat,!?' J"1?,
i to think that one third of the population of our country
. : 1 , -d and ill clothed. We So not like to confess that z,uw,
' T . 4 in the slums of New York City alone. We need a great
for thirty-eight years, and that
on the Satibath day. It was a
violation of the Sabbath day ior
this man to carry his bed even
thovh he had just been heal-
grain with e lrd rc-j'-Kubtirj
out Ce 1 's ii '.
hand vat' " t 1 " 1 I
law e 1 -l 2 tJ i e 3 11
isees f I '3 tL t. 11 1 1
der- " - ' It " ite ! vl
fore 1 . i (, i i 1 L $ v
witl f x t !ht"
Thai ' 3 fir'1. '.. "i
never - -
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j ca i t t t
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a out in gala attire towrtness the execution orennunau. . , , . ,
every opportunity to find f unit. I v
In our lesson today Jesus meets J c
hosdty in two s'.bbath scenes,
one near rerc un and the otV
er in tLe sjirj"gue of t
1. J s ia the grain ' fir"
"Aai, it ca 1 tj pass, thrt '
wei-t t' r- f e corn f f 1 '
tLe s 'J ' 1 c" y; e 1 1'!
I' S t --:1, f 3 I 7 V ' -
t" ee-stfc Vf
cc .'art ,
t. "I, f r (
to da v'
afZ .'ir-LlJ r
1 petty crimes in England which were punishable by
reatest gathering of the year, the greatest sportinfl
i) attend and witness an execution. , The people looked
TLe other great attraction was the cock-fight at which
? tLe chief attraction. Even preachers were involved
- - for a minister to be in the pulpit on Sunday
1 ti I!onday. Mr, Thompson observed that people,
a rr.tlju, ?eEk their character through the amuse
' cr d :;iani Ee therefore deducted that, the
, -1 a very 1 v ebb, ; ':-&iH; ":
' t.1 cir amusements are vulgar. . Ee
' 1 Y -1 1 jt tlocks with people wait
' '. ("( cf Z-r.crLa's most vulgar
'"1! .t to la about them at
I 7 1. x Ue character of
' ly cf c ... s; t t ; ;
' t,ru 1 U h
gret t i y f I" j 1
In Oi- r . - t" v . 1 .
per oCrice, t.t t' e i"J 1 ;
a .1 v llTul IxOLLt to a j
for tLe laws, r
l?e it enr.ctf d ty t' e (
Carolina erl it is
tL:.t tLe JiiblLxs cf ILe t 4 i
tlree or mo.e of tL"i e 3 1
denial and receive of a 1 i
and f.',3 every otLer pc: 1 1.
pose. . joa cf tLe s l rcco r
ty. Upon the r -lett cr r
' soil Jar,tlces or any tV--e cr 1
their warrant,-direct I ti tLe f
tdi County, eoramar '1 - -j I" 1 1' j . It 1
to ta!,e wlwh him such ijrre a J e r j ' 'r
prr-x-5i! I tLe siil Jamrs T u.Jt 1 (
sons as n.;;y have t" 1 s;.ll r o.-i or t-j tf t
an i 1 In cr tV a cr lt to f s corr- ; J t
Ui-J tLe recoiJa t" r.U te T ' 1 icel t I c.liv
poweri"T tle CI erL'f aI r t.-L. a cf t' e r If
irr' 3 'At f.orc'ji ii r 1 j 1 T s v Li t j
Ctuify fcr tLe sail recc. t 1 1 is e-1 f r t t :
breck cpen dors ad locLs vl.ere t'..py 8"e sv 1 1 j Le -ccLi.
Et3, etc."'1 ... - -
time with feet, wrijgllrg on the
I'auh seats, and this goes on day
tJtT day with such n.inor itms
si j, ae Vest's new picture oiIy a
boivj breathirg rCA to Lt tLe
r """e- riy your":t"s rp 't
tLeiixscI.cs Lranevr. .a, o,
tLe man was a . stone mason'the jazz age is tack. ArJ so cn
anl is so, he we'd netl tLe ward to the pleasant pece of t'
rnt Jtand. I:z3 i k- for.n:Lai ciuds wnere xiey go to tea
Mr! Wilkins is now president of 'CeaaaffriIlSrodllcth' 'Abmo----l- feUowmen. Mr. Thompson could not have spoken a
greater trujh wnen he said America is lacking in wue wicbxuuiijy.
We need men who' can go intoJhe halls oil our legislature and thkk
in terms of the every need of our people and not just in terms of
j , Watch these columns for a suggestion in v- TT .fT, gettin.: awmtehin for their own county or speaking all the money
th ran for tometnine we can get axon? wimouw 1
; Let's send men to our legislature and to our county offices w' 01
are Godfearing men, who believe injthe ngnt, wiiose moras are ; -bove
reproach. ; Men who do noi seek political prefar-ise bees
they are good fellows, men who believe in coralliBg votes via r
age, men who will sell out for a paltry dollar even in an el" -1 to r '
tL momcit 1 s a;:' 1 e and t?yi
to the man, 'V rl f.:ih." Ecn
he turned to tLe ILarices ani
sail, "la it lawf'J on , the sab
br.:h to do rI ,or to do harm?
to t vs a Lx'e or to kill?" TLis
tL.7 c -Jl rot c-'rer. "They
WC 3 t' "3 tj do t-.IT'T, to F"t
a ( jf
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I ) to 1 3
t J"3 t' .t WOLi:
ff liff, J-"-9 V '
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.c i Cf t 1 "Its" S '1 t
j i, : vtox 'i t
t 1 L"a J - 1 v.is r
r." TLat was too 1
' T - 3 tl
' i :. 3 to (
rt dawning instead of goir j to
cance. The White Eanee of Sar
awak wa"i impatiently at tLe
intcrnatioiiui casino for daugLier
Trincess Baba fend bridegroom
son in law Bud Gregory, the
wrestler, who nevr do' show up.
Micl.-'io, Cutri '-President at
II Horacco. Jimmy 1 ' lack end
t's wife clcbraiirig t" 1 .ixlvcr
t t" 9 Cotton C j tie ni;,Lt
e I3 announu. his retu-e-'
t f -n the ring. onja Ten
1 ' - li a d-"pn escoits at La
Z .-.iara- T.nnf.l
T ' q fnH r ..a,"i!2utinthe EavL
L Z i : arvey cf tLe Tara-
. 3di st yut' n e tx3
' 1 - - ul.'i 1 '3 l?n-i-
I hai a sister 1 '"i 1 1
II r worth cou 1 r t h t 1.
V.t lL"e was c! ; u ,
1-jie beautxlj L a t "1, '
A more inJustrior-s s 1 1" 1 i.
"is never lived I'u ; 12,
I f..ncy now I see 1 r 1 -Cllll
t'iry in that Lnl.
Le never seemed to tLr Left
Cr ever strived to Ij. i .) v
I :t gave so freely cf 1 r t' ,
loirg things for not a C ?.
CLe always found so: e f
To place a rose alo" t'
re - . 1 . 1
iri. . 1 Kti sojueoue who r ' 1 i
Her placels va'
rut in my he&.l t ?
IovL 2 t. rnioiiv.s of a 11
Co free, I know, from
SbTxe, . .
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3 was' .a "r 1
1 came to I