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j e .8 jlc-a. LhAT the
o wr Power company built
ne Lacs up 3 far as Harrelrs
t. e m Sampson.
Revision of the project to in
clude 175 miles also was disaprov
ed. Continuous Congressional prei-
finre . waft Mnmrbul. hnivomr . nor.
lticuiariy oy .Representative Gra
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; i3 Percent -
i Carolina's princinal farm
H ' t $1C3,E27,0o0 in 19
, i lutit j- je of 13 per cent over
. &UC01ui2? to Julian UTann
. .on statistician, at state Col
Tliis increase of nearly $26,000,-
oO was Drohahlv hrnnirht . .Iwvnt
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uu Mjvic-aiciNj'n III If !. f I IBIg.
ed for the hnmivr tnhpu ..
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fiuuuvm iaak year, maun saia.
cipation in the A?rin.i.tnm.i n.iy,.
serration program jumped sharp
It in 1937. In l3ft th
amounted to $4,302,000. while hut
year farmers received a. total of
anthori7.ftt.on wa .nnnnnnJ 1 ,UyW.P? nW-
authorization was announced1 by
the lederal EE A group.
;, I ' Dr. A. H. Kerr of Ivanhoe,
lormeny ot uoidsboro, is the cor-
. I rAsnrtTUipn f Ait nniW ' Tl..
WAuicE P ha been alloted $41,000
amnM for Installing a gtaneating plant
ucav ivaniioe. "
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' Soil tests made by D.'.D.'Wal
Btonburg, Greene County, ' reveal
ed that his , land did sol need
lime for tobacco but did need it
in liberal amounts for corn, oats,
, soybeans and peas.
j. , T6?ACCO -
ed a Slight dentin, in 1097 T io
36 the Figure was $2,865,000; last
year it dropped off to $2,589,000.
Adding livestock,- crops and
government ; payments - together,
the 1937 total was $33,500,000
over that of the previous year.
In all maior peoiminliiiriai Att.
Sions Of toe nonntrv munt i
northwestern group, increases in
num income were snown last year,
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' - , -a is t' e e
lyc yl .. h., ;trpulx.
Id tue Cnittd t.l.f. 1 fa fn.
ing news article appeared! -
Showing Good Progress" ,
- "The Branch Banking & Trust
Co., of East Carolina and Duplin
Conntv. i nTi nt tv,. c.tt '
banks which i nhnvino
progress. - During 1937,, its de-
posjw increased ,213,173, and
amounted on Tien si 1097 v .
$20,255,903. Th Ttr.i.i. tj'v.--"
wv. jiuuiQ one 01 the
most sensational gains in the list
uus vonnirv'i uvt hint.
now ranu as Ac 266, compared
w""1f a tne end of 1B36."
xue iiaiement or til Knii.
SanSms A Tmt rv ,t.nn .
no m 47. Cash and
o;oXn KlU0M amounted to $14,
977.279.23. oomTirrl .! H
posits of $20 2fiS nn9 Tr.TJr"
to the. cash , and Qavnmme
bonds, it haH
Federal land Bank bonds of $913,
005.52, P. I C. and P. H. L Bank
debentures of $1,239,756.55, M. C
bonds of $357 fl3Q7 .-j'"' V1
ClDal and Athav i j.
of$2,291,146.82. Thus, the bank
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; , BOITICD TLL? TALLJ
GoUsboro J. $1.35 Wilmington
1 " " $8.85 Bichmond' ,
South Hill ' $4.95 ClarksviBe
Kew lork" $15.15 Cincinnati .
.Miami , $23.75 Tampa ty
Charleston, sr. .. 1 ,
BAIL BB0THEBS STQBB '
KenamviUe. jr. c. ,vv.
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COMPLETE LINE OF
& of lttOT3a")0
JvUn AN CMi
B3SST0H, S. C. '
Mann pointed out
T2U&? W asset. fiOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO AAA rti?
American J, '-jj- sjar, )rWrs.wvvyww
to cover its depositsy
T. A. Turner and Co.. Inc.
Begin Second Business Year, January
iCnevrootAlaffof Do lux mod
modos Aov Kn-Actkn)
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vilzlly important features are available
. n:sTcr.ly in the new 1933 Chevrolet.
CHEVROIXT MOTOR DIVISION. -C-rof Motor SJm CrpofH DtTROIT, MKMOAN " '
T.' A.H Turner Ca : Tnn -n' t
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ifint: fillL One of tlt 1arsmt anI
suvngesi stores or its sand in
this section of the state is begin
ning its second ' -year nder the
new firm name,
" The Turners have done business
in Pink Sill for mm than fni4
lywrs. On Xaunary. 1, " 1937, the
iirms oi X. A. Turner, and L.' C
Turner and Son were consolidated,
under the firm name of T.. A. Tur
ner & Co.,. Inc. : , -
. Completing their first . year of
service to the farmers of this sec
tion under the new firm nam th
firm is bringing a message to the
farmers of Duplin ; County, in a
huge v advertisement in another
section of the TIMES tndav: v
VW to read ft. ' ' v - , .
" The new firm was incorporated
a year ago with a paid-in capital
oi ?ou,uu ana an authorized cap
ital of $300,000., This gave the
im resources m- excess of a
quarter million dollars.
Officers of the firm r T k
Tomer. ' President L C
vice-president; C. C. Jones, sec
retary ana Lynwood Turner, trea-
Hill dates back many years to
Gwrge(Sqiiire) Turner, father of
r xurner. George
" uo w lounaer the
town of Pink mil
a business there more than t.
Ver turn '.j-vi'.' . . . "V,
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j In 1804 T. A. Turner and his
brother, H. JL Turner. wh
in 1928 began business under the
name of Turner Brothers. In 1912
L C. Turner hons-ht
est ofH.-E. Turner and became
associated with the firnO It con- I
tinned as Tnmm Timti... ui I m
20-Whea T. A..Turner ; bought
vu wtc xubcresx or i; fi h TnM
1928 and in 1934 took Jiis son
xomwooa in as a partner.
The firm tnm h-n.. t t
Turner and Son. Th
isiua a. a. ana jj. c.
associated themselvei nnii
present firm name of T. A. Turner
; T. A. Turner A fih..
saccessiui DnsinM. ... tiH
progranv whioh win make for
Four HairCan Uok YauWrit
..-5,.bbs pwnui laood or graying hcrir to mar your
I appegrancol Correct ft with CJaSnJ. flm Anrnp
I oil-tint thai doanse as it
imparting youthful boauty. A 20-minuto tfoctawnt
will nibtraef vmm and add boauty to your hair
. . aaa oeaury to your looks.
.A1,T ' , 4IMUkU AUr
The- history of the business kr, ; ' "?fle
houses of the Tomer-, in PinkltMsVS fort of
Ncthirallxr ; wr'A ' 7 A
BEVEBLY KING. Couultoni
Cadxol Inc. 132 Wst 46 Str.L Nw York. H. Y.
8md FREE Oooklat. Adrlca and Analyil.
'""if Plm Camwnbn
SomfcJ AWWy 'oym. A GMMfof Akfon) Vafc
QUESTION: How mnnh
fliser should use in my
fardenf,. . , ,
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A1I8WJSK. On' th
oils.' fertiliser mav Jm- hrortrait
at , the rate of -2,000 pounds to
the acre, but if applied in the
farrow, the applications should
not be greater than 1,000 pounds
to the aorer Heavier applications
may cause serious damage to the
crops. If more fertilizer seems
necessary, annlv it in the form
of a side dressing after the crops
i nave , oecome established. Side-
dressings with readily available
nitrogen fertilizers are often neo
ssary, : especially with leafy
vegetables such as cabbage, let
tuce, kale and sniniuih. hnt .
cessive applications should not be
made. Two moderate applications
will eive better results when the
fertiliser is applied in this way.
QUESTION: Does it run to mat
purebred birds to mongrel hens?
ANSWER: While this is onite
a common practioe in small farm
flocks, the results am nsuallv
questionable as the mongrel hens
are usually so cross bred or in
bred that it is difficult to . hniM
good qualities in them. The best
metnoa is not to mate the mon
grel birds. If they are good layers
it might be well to keep them for
egg , production, but the . new
flock should be started with
purebred babv chicks i As the old
hens fall off in production they
should be sold ore used at home
as food. All egg from this flock
should be .' sold for consumption
ana not ior hatching purposes.
A survev of farm lnnH tn Af.
'manoe Caunty by a committee of
xarmers indicated that 5,000 acres
are of doubtful value in fanning:
17.CJ0 acres have no agricultural
' Tid 2,E!i0 acres are within
i. 1 lraves 257,000
ii tve pfii.'g
ill Addrosj , ft i?" ,
It Stat. fl
Pf My Beautician's Nams is j
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tM PLANS WERE ( . (
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WE CAN HELP YOU PLAN AS WE
HAVE HELPED, OTHERS
HAPPY indeed are the elderly people who can 'cnjCT'.Wt'leiim7'
sixty! Plan now for the future so that whateverit T,nT. .mIV-
it Without beimr denendent on athtr. m.sm .Ms":
saving of at least 10'per Cent of Jout earnirisT ' " W8WWT7Uiar t " '
VACCAf,!AY BANlC & TRUST CO.:
' Kember Federal Deposit Insured - -J i "