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1 " ..- . lliere is alio some demand for
1 a C.i Lja farmew are Mow f- dT?er mule from the .
. ; t'"r 's of dollars at tol,acc-Prwiucing areas. In these
e e .Ja year ty raising their ' ?0llnUe,' rower mors
a 1 r-cs and mules, according1 or ' 8ten4in? around 15.8
to I il II. Hosteler, professot rt and weighing 1,200 ,
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I'.e c ?vr'. '"T r . ' t'xe rail
road is " -I f-o..i Lc'lit traf
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u ail'ij' e i -1 .3 it pays,
j . ' i 1 3 h si been r.jiritd
1 t ' a A" finr.cr, birj
..i. i.i alviici of t"i rccve
t i i the ttate. He also betiy-
3 ; l iatsnsive cultivation. There
a c-.:y 73 acres in thf Bonty
i ra, dux iiuy worjang flayi a-;
t ....el ean year. ,0::;;;I;:;J;: i
r;acy has 2D head of pure brd
Z ly co n.59 head ; of ;;:Duroc
1 a flo-ik of over 100 chirk
ci.3, six aoru of strawberries, 40
a"r's of coxa with whiih 'egmrcs
are v. r. "anted, an excellent gar
den and a modern 10-room farm
Loire equipped with every, mo-
rtflm ftonvemence .
Ttj r-nerntpn on n ttoah hftai anfl
r.. s en income every monxn in me
; . ar uo::, five w crops oi beans,
c"'ton, tobacco, Uack and straw-
1 f ,'om livestock. '
"0a most of our land we grow
Lei and sell it as milk and pork,"
ctease in the number of horse ndi ' ' '
mule colts bred and raised in this .HEW Y0EK Determined that:
Ctate within lOin niut tliron Mm Oh Him Tn.v nrn4. r;. i ooq
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as farmers have become to depend 'shall live in memory as the most
' Convention President ,.",
Boney says. "We belive the day is
not far distant f when 'J eastern
North Carolina will become more
conscious of grass and' livestock
and when our framers will have a
steady income. Then he will pot
do so aependent on the credit sy
stem and will look to his herd
and soil building practices ; for
food for. his crops instead of buy
ing it in a gnano bag." , : ,
less ion West f v.:.
At the present tune, North Car-
elaborate artistic nroiect evm at.
tempted hy an exposition, Qrover
x.u $iwcn ouy annnauy almost i uorporauoni oas tteciaed that 580,
30,000 mnies and 4,000 horses at!000,000 wifl be spent on ; the
the cost of $6,500,000 from wt-.Central UaD, a dignified . yet
sidVthe StatC; , :Bm parkling, . mile-long '4 esplanade, . V
:' On Jannarv 1. 1938.; tw i. 'hMnHfnL rifh i
bined value of horses and mules. murals, relifes, fonntains, trees,
was over $59,000,000 which wasbenches, hedges and flowers. . 1
more than ;; twice the MtmhfaMt
value . of all cattle.' iheen V mnA
swine! ; wi that da Hositetter
: puwes east oi tne Jttississippi
ia soam oi tne unip juver raise
but very , small porportion 5 of
$1,500,000 SPENT , ;
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Tcbacco " Season
ILumberton. Feb, 17 Warm
spring-like weather that is bring
ing millions of young tobacco
nlants throutrh the cronnd is slso
stimulating activity in lumberton
warehouse circles. It has enabled
the owners of Liberty Warehouse
No. 1 to begin the clearing of the
lot wnere tne liberty No. S will
be built and actual - constmctior.
on this warehouse will start soon.
The liberty Warehouse f No. 2
will be on the same lot. adjoining-
tie Libertv No. 1. anil tn hvn
houses will probably be under the
same roof. In that case they will
have a combined floor space of
nearly 100,000 square feet 'and
this building wOl be one of 'the
largest structures in the world de
voted to the auction sale of leaf
tobacco. Both houses will be Under
the same management ' Herman
Boniuin and E. E. (Ed) wukrhs
who have been on tie lumberton
market several years - will v be at
these houses, and'- in- addition,
Paul Taylor of Winston Salem. Mr.
Taylor is an outstanding 7 ware
honsemnn in th Olil .Kftlt , Ilia
honse. bavins' the..' Tenntntinn of
leading the Winston market, for a
number of years. He is well known
in the Border Belt, having been o.
the Whiteville market for the nast
NEW T0BE When s mtn
of the New York World's Pair op-
mrt An Am-M 9Af)i tQQQ m...'
tneir work animak. Voitt wimnAf. mafAi ti Knnnnn win h
-w -yv i ""'vj rjwwjww wiu imvy VOTU'r
Iv . " iUU' ctuauiiea(Bpeni on trees,: snruDS, , neages,
with the situation, are of tha n.
inion that the southeastern
win have to buy from 150,000 to
250,000 animals each year lot a
long time to come. .
The j: demand for mules is in-
flowers and grass to convert what
was Once a series of ash beam in
' Swamp into a 1219 1-2 .. acre -
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parx-iuce exposraon, tne most ar-'
tistically beautiful ia the history
of world fairs. ; ,
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cu?. i::r;.:i: r;3 c? fotatczs, r..-A::, fzas and seeds of all kinds
HAVE ARHIVZ AUD VZ fZ IN A FC2ITI0N TO SUPPLY YOU AT LOW
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1 r.'ORTH : CAROLINA
CROP PRODUCTION LOANS
i ; i At 5 Cent Per-Year
I am glad to announce to the farmers of this section that I have
made arrangement with.-; . . .
Corporation, Dunn' N. C.
whereby they wfll loan money, oa proper security, fo crop
productioa purposes at less ., than one-half of one per cent per
There will be so stock to buy ia the Corporation, ao inspectioa
fees to pay, as is necessary when borrowing through other
See mo at once
My Office, Mount Olive, N.C.
and let me explain my money-saving plan more fully.
MOUNT 0TJVE, N. C.
GET IN STEP WITH THE MONEY-MAEDJO PABMEB
OX tTAXUHi viSa POB YOUB BEQuIBEMENTS
We have just received a lot of Fancy Certified Seed Eo
tatoes, also a full line of Seed Beans, Limas, Etc. Jus the
seeds that produce the kind of crops you wish to buy. , We"
- are headquarters for high grade seeds. '
U0UNT 0UVE, N. C. TELEPHONE 109
1155 Royster Tobacco
Farmers Write Royster!
They sold aa average of XflW pounds of tobacco per acre in
,1937. . . ',:'f...!,:.:V.s
ROYSTER AVERAGE WAsT
$3005 PER ACRE IN1937 f
Royster Guano for Sale j .'
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