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c.5 i . ..i regroup.
Dr. A. II Kerr of Ivanhoe,
farmer'? of Coldsboro, is the or
?roii .ent for the project. Ibe
pr&ct 1 been aEoted
for insta geneating plant
near Ivanhoe. ' '
fin wkJ b D. D. Wal
. rfnuhnn. flreene county. reveai'
' ed tat his land did not need
. lime for tobacco but did neeoVit
y in liberal amount! for t corn, oat,
soybeans and peas. , , ' t ,
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vnr f -ts received a tjtJ ci
r.s. : t f .r u tae s-'e cf Lve-
stockf il' 's r "ss!-,t-
ed a si ' t , . . 'jiii i4 1J
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year it ir 1 c:l to !, - -','"'
forem" .t payments v . r,
the Ii? total was $C3,i,;,Cv,J
over vat of the previous year.
In all major geogisjlui-iJ divi
n'imi n the ennntrv. excent ' the
nortiweitern group, increases in
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i arm income were snows iust jear,
liann pointed out.
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to cover its ;dcposiU. iliiic-
T. A. Turner and Co., Inc., Pbli I I'll.
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T. A. Tomer & Co.. Inc.. . of
Pink Ei3, one of the largest and
strongest stores of its kind in
tiii untivn of the state is begin
ning its second year under , the
new firm name.
Hi Turners have done business
in Fink Hill for more than forty
(years. On Jaunary 1, , 1837, the
firms of X. A. Turner, ana ju. v.
Tnrner and Son were consolidated,
under the firm name of T. A. Tur
ner 4-Co Inc, ' ..-. ri t .
- Co2r:';tirg their first year' of
service" ta tie farmers of this sec
tion xr.zx -e new firm name, the
firm is bringing a message to tiie
farmers of Cnplin County, in a
lawe ' advertisement in another
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section of the today, at
sure to read ft. - . .
. The new firm was incorporated
a year ago with a paid-in capital
of S 30,00 and an autnonzea cap
ital of $300,000. This gave the
firm resources in excess
euarter million dollars. " -
Officers of the firm are T. A.
Tarner. President L. C. Turner.
vice-president; C. C. Jones, seer
retary ana jynwooa turner, nrea
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The v hiatorv of v the business
houses of the Turner's in Pink
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kvWb cnv n t&s now, 1933 C;cvrc.?.
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HITESTIOII: How much fert-!
iliser should I use in my home
garden 1 ", 1 ,
. A5SWEX. On the average
oils, fertiliser may be broadcast
at the rate of 2,000 pounds to
the acre, but if auulied in the
fnrraw. tha avnlications should
.Bet be greater than 1,000 pounds
to the acre, jieaner appucanons
mav cause serious damaee to the
crops. If more fertiliser seems
neoessanr. arrlv it in the form
of a side dressing after the crops j
ham - become established. Bide-!
ilrMtaino wit.il mdflv - avaflahls
lul-cn fertuuers are (irten neo-
rrv. esmedallv with leafy
vegetables, such as cabbage, let-
lUUO, UU BUU juiuk, m .iw i
cessive applications snouia not oe
TPfiiiB. Two moderate applications
will give better results when the
rtUiKr is applies m mis way.
tTTESTIOH: Does it pay to mate
jarebred birds to mongrel hens!
ATSWEE: While this is quite'
a common practice in small jarm
IL .ls, the , results are usually
"i-'timiftMe as the imontrrel hens
s usually so cross bred or in-;
1 tat it is dmioult to Duua
I qualities in them. The . best
a-is not to mate the mon-
' I ids. If they are good layers
be well to keep them fori
- "production, but the . newj
i s' oald be started with
. A t .ry chicksf As the old1
t.'l elf in production they
s s '1 ere t :i at k'ue
n f-r i i thJs C-ck'
imi Stoijryt liaV man veavm t .
Ceorge (Squire) Turner, fetter tf
T. A. and I C. Turner. Ccor-j
Tnrner was the founder cf t 3
town of Pink EZ1, and ccnl I
a easiness tnere more &&n
In 1224 T. A. Turner 1 - 1
brother, H. E. Turner, C !
in 1C23 beaa lcrr-s u: Z.r t"
name of Turner .a It .
L, C. Tnrner 1: lt c1 1 1 5 i ' c-i
est of XL E. T.r 1 I
arsociated v " a (' . f '.. I.
tinned as TlMT 1 .' i
lCSO-when T. A. T- er I
ont the intereitt tf T.." 15. T -
opened a bu:sr-s fur Li? :JT ii
1023 and in 11 ivk LLs n
Lynwood in s a r . .sr.
The firm t'icu l'c.;3ie' L' C.
Tnrner sr.JT n. II e tarn Tims
houses operated until January 1,
ma t wnen a?ain r. a. ana i. i;.
associated themselves nnder . t!.e
present firm name of T. A. Turner
ft Co., Inc. , ' .
T. A. Tnrner A Ha.. mnmnlotpJ a
successful business year in 1837,
ana are Beginning luss with a
program, which win make for - a
have re(lTwi fn fam..M
n hmi muiuui W
this section for so many years.
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Cktel Inc. 132 WmI 41 SIMM, K
, $an4 FBEE Eooldat Advice md Analysi
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