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It 3 ' I' 3 f-"t was
it a t fiance,
1 e e -1 v.as a rOct by
"i C ' i .t-nse Tyn
1 i I ;ret HSowan ao
1 1 1 1 3 jiano. . .
'if ? f e even: included
j i: t. ? umor class.
o . l r Illce will wives
; ; r. and lira, Til-
L'j. and Urs. Jes
oa, Ix LIrs. Lawrence
erlaad and Br. and Era. 0.
Cocuirg, The Eigh School fa&
The Kosyilto carries Ealaria
germs in Ms body, therefore he is
a dargerous insect. AU parents
should keep their windows screen
ed so the mosquitoes can't com.,
in, and there will not be much
danger of having malaria. Do not
let the children eo to old ditches
tnat nave stagnated water in them
because there are a lot of mos-
j quitoes there. The little child
will not notice the mosquitoes and
some of tl;f"i will bite him before
he knows w! t it is. The child
I will reep r.t on playing and he
"t v . 1 1 :. e 1 1 a. Eow-
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i 4tou . r i i ls 'uis. Tiny
3 veae ; -a sb! tLe res-
.1. The refresh
were dnlininnn. All
report a d 1 VJJ occasion,
ij. j H d Eichardson of Eian
V 'rf?1 hope spent the week end with her
i -.We tnntlipr frm T" ,1el TT TT.I
4 Fiise very ,
end ments semi
Hisses VL-inia Turner a 1
t-v.ia CocVlcjr, Itr. and I" 3. ,
T rnr r, L'r. Iretb.
I -?s r.:i.h Eenniig and
LaxtU, were guests of ll-i. 1
bel U. Colt, Sunday afteiTf
and for awhile Eunday jift. V
enjoyed the "old time" . picture.
It's amusing to look them over.
This is hoping that all our cor-
d a Uu";.prl. J ILh- -v after- . 8 Eoru lmth, who teaches respondents will cooperate "with
y: A, J. Kckson, 1L B. Eawyer,wia le 8eTeral
. : .: DUPLIN' COlMlrV
. , I hereby announce myself a candidate for the of
fice of CLeria cf rr.plla County, subject to the will 1
cf t! e rmocratio voters in the coming primary. ' ' v f '
Tour cooperation and support will be appreoiat-
ti. ' " ? 1 4 ' :' , 4j fe X'f
If coiratcd I pledge myself to the fulfilment ' - ;
cf tLe duties imposed upon me to the best of my -
trail fe and ability with partiality to none and,
, fiir treatment to alL ' ' " " "
1" ',t' .. Sinserely, "j" fT:"v"-'',i'",'.V4
? Jessie Eaiford, Kiss . Ihebe
a-lund and Miss Markenzie Boss,
'.rr guest included: L. L. Mo-
.1, Irs. v. S. wJliamson, Mrs.
ux Outlaw, Mr. and Mrs. W.
15. 1 :ao!Js and ev. and Mrs. F.
L. Goodman. ' ' ,
The menu called for a three-
Try to keep your windows and
doors screened so that the . Mos
quito can not get in, drain the
old ditches, and turn over the old
cans around the place, and any
place that you cannot drain, yon
can put oil on it. -Scout Billie
Whitfield, x" ,
noon. ILe latter has been
for sometime with the flu.
X-rs. J. D, 7Iiamson of. Pink
iiii vuted her brother and sis'
ters in Chocolate last Tuesdav.
Mrs. Georgia Eornegay visited
Krs. Warren Maxwell one day last
ween. t - t ,
J. W. Bine and . sisW
jria Tooding and Mrs. John
William t coding ' made a trip to
GoIJiboro TnesdftV afternnrm .
Hiss Nena Holt who is a stud
ent, at ECTC CoUege, spent the
wcck ena witn ner parents here.!
' with Mrs. Eichardson spent : the
our good editor and staff .in get
ting out on time the best pa?"
i weekend with her f amilv here.
( 'Mrs. Jessie Stanelv had a. onilt.
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in? Tartv Wpdnlflv
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Maxwell at- U. S. AR1MY
tended the meeting of the Eastern',-- m ' . v
Carols Killer's Association at WANTS LIEN,
Sassert MilL near Kinston, Wed-' - - A
nesday. FLYING CADETS
Mrs., Warren Maxwell visited; -: ' . : ' .'V.-
ps, Mabel M. Holt Thursday af-f. - War Defent has ' ii- '
ternoon. She u always a welcome nottnced inase in the num.
guest, scattering sunshine alonsr k.- u.a m
er way. . , . , .. i trained to become
j . Mr .and Mrs Worman KwitV t
heTSn&t.611 terdMr.andlto. John William authorised increase, there are a
I T;&ILi Mrs. Gooding Wednesday night ? . . .large number of vacancies avail-
.last Mrs. H. D. Maxwell and . dbil-
' ' " , " i dren. Hnerh. Smu Anil VinW w. i.
John Wm. Goodine and. Kinston shonnen Batnnlav .77 ,
. i i AOTwcanis w oe eumme iot an ;
one returned home from Parrott
hospital Sunday afternoon. ' "
Mr. Poland Smith Continues
very m at a junston hospital, re
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TO THE VOTERS OF
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I hereby announce t! ..t I am a cadidate to succeed .
r ;"-lf in the orrice of Clieriff of tuplin County, j -
t 1 ;ict to the will of tLe Iwocratic voters in
-, J"3 PrLrr 7. ' '
I ar 1 1 " ' II vl cnnt.'nue to perform
3 cf t' e c."; i i i I 3 "3 i 1 V S J" t.
1 f 1 1 . 1 1 " r : 'ad.
c e. r... - , el r. d.
w r ui ft
mrt "Pat hnrt vuv , . I f
- hM been our tobaeeoftnuiv
." Imc and pla to dm it
t, ' v; again this yaar. W think
. -t,'; . that van mora pofauh could
ba wed to advaatag oa our
tobacco and will tart it out. '
Tha extra potaab in 3-tW hue :
proves both quality ; and
-'- ' yields. Tha leaf it imoothar
" - ' " with better body and there it
laai off-grade tobacco. We also
use 8 potash in our cotton
and corn fertiliser.''
CUFlOlf BEST. H. F, D. i.
:' "1 found out about tha value
of extra potash in improving :
tha quality of tobacco by top
dressing with NV SUL
PHATK of POTASH at the
first -working. For the last
three years I hove been using -3-8-8.
pxtra potash smooth
Mrs. Mabel mn 1 AppUcant. to be ebgible for
Irene Smith ; : Tuesdav afteMonT.."? Mr 'aJ M wui.' ' pointment must be between the
T . -m, , vviHVIT ' IMIUUl nrV&al Af Ull AM4 UK fiiMii1Mal e
ftrSfaS:. "d ttust have a mini-
vS tM! n of two year, of college edu
port are that he a. giveS a blood, Mrs. VerdabeHe toonTvirit: ShTrtSent aT V
, ,- .. . . iuo cwiusc w. insvuuuua uceuu s
1st the Air Corps Primary School, .
Randolph Filed, Texas, and is
continued at the Advanced Flying
School,- Kelly Field, Texas. After ;
this instrnotion, cadets may be as- 'j
signed to tactical units of tie Beg
ular Army Air Corps for further "
.experience. Flying Cadets r who ,
Icomplete all courses satisfactorily
I will be appointed Second Lieuten-
anst in the Air Corps Reserve, and
many of these Beserve plficers
will be ordered to .' active duty
with the Regular Army for periods
not exceeding five years. Many '
will also be ; offered comr-
missions in the - Begular Army, ,
within authorized strength limits
and appropriations. i
AU expenses incident to train--7-ing
art borne by the Government,
and in addition, Flying Cdets are -furnished
their clothes, "."comfort- :
! able quarters, a subsistence' allow- .
ance of si per day and pay at tne.,.
rate of $70 a month. Beserve Of
ficers on Active Duty receive the .
same pay as Begular Army Off i- t
cers of the same grade. Beserre I
Officers who complete three years
active duty are given a bonus of
Any applicant who can meet
eligibility requirements as stated
above and who wishes further in
formation should apply in person 1
at the nearest Army Recruiting i
Station. Recruiting Stations is the
Carolinas are located in Charlotte, I
Asheville, and Winston-Salemn, H,
C, and Columbia, Florence, Green- '
wood, and Spartanburg, S. C. Of
fices in all the above cities are in
the Post Office Building, " exce
at Columbia, S. C, where the''
fice is in the TJ. S. Court fTjLm
K'Ville Scouts J
Assist in Service j
The Boy Scouts of Kenansvflle,
visited the County " Prison last
Sunday. aJPternqojR and. assisteain
the service there in wMchTSevTr. .
L. Goodman was the minister. The ;
boys sang two hymns their t
part on the program. After the ,
service at the camp, the boys Vji
J 4.1.. o JM.Ia : Ml..
BEN PEACOCK. Mgr. Books) Brothers. lWont N. C
deft), aaysi We havo aorao kmcf on wLlcb tobacco
ahowed conelderablo dlseaso for sovrcd ytxxn. Wo woro
about ready to sell (ho place, bat dsdied to change oaf
tobacco feruww from 343 to 88. ThoShasdoawd
up be ea and product good quality crop. We '
bxrdocIdodtolnepfjMpkic ,' "
out the leevea and helps to .
prevent rim fire and tipbum."
F. B. COLET. B. F. D. 4, Wttson.
It CI (above), sayai "My to
bacco fertilizer at planting
carried S POTASH and
then I used a top-dresser con
taining 20 POTASH at the
' first working. Lugs at $25.00
and better than $400.00 per
acre it good enough for ana.
Extra potash hat given ma
better yields and better qual-
: ity. Extra potash does not pro-
1 due extra growth, but gives 1
a smooth, better-bodied leal j
' that hat mora weight."
L A. LANCASTER. R. F. D. 4.
Goldsbora, M. C (above), says,
"3-8-8 is a better tobacco fer
tiliser than 3-8-3 for this
section. 3-8-8 brings me more
money than I am looking for, ,
t every time. 25c tips and 28c
' lugs look mighty good to me.
Tha principal thing that extra '
potash dose is to improve tha
quality of tobacco.''
. . . , . .3 and fertilizer men have discov-
)t ' ' t: ..t . 3 more potash than it received in
n t "is tl:.t you deserve. The farmers whose
:! -..2 rc:-.d tlove est only a few of the many thousands
. .i i tl. -1 it ? . ys to ive their tobacco plenty of potash. :
; r r,i Cc.r.-r-lttce now recommends fertilizer con-
; :j j 13 Y TI to be used at the'rate of 800 to 1200
: M ' iai" c'rc r.i of potash equal to 120 to 240 '
VI . : C T OTATI per acre, the side-dressing to be
. : : js c."..rtri.r.rplanting. - , - -
"". Ill Is c1-i to supply you with 3-8-8 TO
: f;r i ; ft r'-.tins and M SULPHATE
' . If " . ; r,t Uzt yields of better
r"II t1. j year. It Pays! ,
B. E. MctATJOHm Florence.
8. C. (field above), sayst "For
tobacco, I used 3-8-9 ferti-
i User before setting, .Tola
smoothed out the leaves,
giving them much better
quality and body. For cotton,
I used 4-8-4 at planting, top
dressing Just after chopping
with nitrogen and 75 pounds
of MURIATE of POTASH
ited the men's
The Boy Scout Court of Honor
will be held in .Warsaw on Feb.
25 at 8 :00 with Chariman Hen
ry L. Stevens in charge. The
Troops from Kenansvillel Bosdr",
Clinton and Warsaw wiimL-fe
part in the conrt. The parents and
those who are interested in Scout
ing are asked to .be; present at
the Court. J .
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A complete four-year crop rota ,
tion baa been worked out on the
farm f X N. Honey cutt, ' Coats,
and a three-year rotation on the
farm of Louis Gilbert, Dunn, 're.,
ports J. B. Gourlay, Harnett Cpuu-'
ty assistan farm cent.
To remove snow, ice and i 1
ifrom their tra-! s the rail. "3
of this eorr'w-y ii 1SS3 c. S
thiteen mill! i e" m. 1