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POLK COUNT Y, HEWS, TRYOH, NORTHyCAROLINA
NUMBER OF COUNTIES SEEK
RELIEF FROM lNVASIONfoFi
THIS UBIQUITOUS INSECT. ;
ATTACK ENEMY IN ITS LAIR
-n 1918-19: the Several Departments,
with Local Appropriations, Spent
$50,000 in City of Wilmington.
Cottoti Tax of $5Vl2T
The state board of education-met It
the office- of Governor Bickett and
old 8,070 acres of Mattamuskeet lake
land to the Washington and Beaufort
Land company for $59,820.
The land consists of two tracts. The
larger, containing 6,300 acres brouehi
$5 an acre and th.e smaller containing
i,4 a acres, brought $16 an acre.
The state tax commission has mail
- m . a-
ea to tne tax SuDerrisors nf Mnr-tv.
Carolina's 100 counties, 60,000 ques
tionnaires, to be used in listing per
sonal propenty In the state. The to
tal number to be mailed is a million. ;
The sum of $51,714.27, realized from
tax on-; bales ,of cotton was turned in
by G. Shumaker, acting head, of the
division or markets Half of this
money Is to be invested m state jonds
along with the rest that has been paid
in, and the other Jialf is available to
wrsovEiriJinroxM wteinationu -
THE LEADING;. FINANCIERS OF
21 REPUBLICS GATHER FOR
(Conducted by National Council of th
': -V , Boy Scputs of America.) "
(By REV; P. B. tlTZWAXKH; D. D
Teacher of English Bible is the Moody
'Bible Institute of Chicago.)
(Copyright, 1920, Western Newepaper Union)
LESSON FOR JANUARY 25
WHIP-GRAFTING APPLE TREES
Operation May Be Performed - Anj
Time During Winter Months Se-' :
- cure Strong Seedlings.
BELGIAN PRINCE TO SCOUTS
4 King Alber)f the Belgians has two
sons who areBoy Scouts. ' The king
Secretary " Glass,
and queen, wira Crown Prince Leopold,
President-General recently .toure$ this country- r '- .
3 ' Raleigh. aid in ; the . establishment of - ware-
. i . . --- houses. So far, however, although this
Malaria surreys nave oeen oegun m for
f.oklsboro, TarDoro, ranmuw-ouu
inviile bv the State Board of
there has been 'no money asked "to fi
nance the warehouses. . ; Two ware-
v kIw Ti a7t houses have been licensed, one at New
work being done under ' . . ,,
y"!Mt?'jTL both" were financed by priVate lands
who direcieu luo CA1U"'U'U
New Hanover county in
of the Conference) Occupying the
; Chair at Opening Session. "
PETER STANDS UP FOR TRUTH
, LESSON TEXT Acts 6:1IS. '
GOLDEN TEXT Lying Hps are. abomi
nation to the Lord: but' they that deal
truly are. his delight. Prov. 12:22.
ADDITIONAL MATERIAL Ex. 20:16;.
Prov. lid; Matt. 6: 2-4; Gal.- 6:7, 8; Eph-
.1 Scout LeopCjfd has sent this letter
voicing the brotherhood of -scouting to 4:15, 25, 30.
his American iWades : ' - primary TOPic-Teiiing the Truth.
-You have feen kind enough to ask ?CTwo Disciples and
Washington. Marked -by the pres- me t0 send vfii a statement on what intermediate axtd senior top-
ence of the leading financiers and bus- e Belgian Bty "Scouts have done dur- IC-The Folly and sinfulness of Lying.
ness men of .tjie twenty-one republics ing the war.
: rLldir-g that community oi maiana.
The end of the survey is tne erad-
Shaw Delegates have Returned
of the western hemisphere, the secona v"Durins theifirst dars of the Inva
Pan-American x Financial, Conference slon our, boys ljdid their utmost to as
opened here for the consideration of slst both the ?ril and military authori
international problems ; arising from ties, acting messengers. But, as
the return of peace. - you are nwari'i Belgium was soon al-
Presideht Wilson' sent a message of L most entirelytoccupie by the enemy
In this lesson tre see the new com
munity now called "the chuceh" (v.
11) vindicated. In the boldness of
Peter and John, we see that the break
with" Judaism has come the authority
of the Sanhedrln is repudiated with
prAotinsr. i fiArlarf-nff that" - Pan-Ameri- I nd. frntn thnf-lrrinrnAnt th Rnv Scouts.'
Tho a to rial oca to a frnm Shaw TTni. I . . - .2 . - . I . .. . ... . ' .i . i
On practically every farm there are
rarieties of apples or "chance 'seed
lngs that the owner wishes to prop- :
igate. Of tentimes- the varieties are
inknown, '-and. for r that "reason extra.
xees cannot le ordered.
Whip or tongue grafting can be
lone any' time during the winter
nonths, the earlier the better. All
Aat is necessa'ry is to secure strong
ne-yearld seedlings for stocks, and"
jobd vigorous - wood, of - the previous
season's growth for scions.
The seedlings should be cut off at
the crown. . .Wheiwthe roots are or
rafficient length, they may be divided.
Aus making what Is commonly known,
is 44prece root grafts," which are IrK
rariably Inferior to grafts that are-
aaade on the entire root. The sclor
liberation of Belgian
It Is for this reason that the body now
gets the name "church." Since the
the determination on the part of the
ca sought no selfish purpose in assist- hn spite of thjir desire to servetheir disciples to be led by the Holy Spirit. jhould be from three to four Inches
!n length and should contain from two
to four buds. .
The1 secret of successful grafting la,
to bring the cambium of the stock
and scion In direct contact. The cam-,
Dlum Is found between the wood and
bark, and Is composed of living, active.
:ells, which are in a state of divisions
ication Of malaria, an achievement versity to -the Student Volunteer Con- ing world reconstruction and would country, werefteduced to
that is regarded as feasible by Lieu- vention held at Des Moines, Iowa, reeard lt as a nrlvileee to fulfill, the "Ever sincekhe liberati
tenant Fuchs, by attacking the. mos- have just returned. They report that ligations' Imposed -by -the great ad- territory theiT have again resumed break has come it must be shown to be
onito in his lair, draining The L places the convention was the greatest in the vfinfafro ornoved the nebole of their work h the m-eatest enthu- a holy body; it must have recognition
that are used by the insect as a breed- history of the movement. It gave to these republics. Secretary Lansing siasm. " & as being sacred. The sanctity -of the
ins place, applying crude oil to such 8,000 students, representing 10000 col brought out the, same idea in address- "I am pleasi to have an opportunity tabernacle is transferred to the new
places and the preaching of mosquito leges and 40 naUons, anew vision ol mg the delegates, when he said the of conveying & you the expression of body, which is Gxd's dwelling place
sanitation to the inhabitants. the world and IU needs. Americas accepted the burdens thrust their brotherff feelings" towards the (Eph. 2:1922). The church itself, as
In .1918-19 the several departments, l - upon the new world by the war. Boy Scouts ofAmerlca, and to express well as the people about, did not know
with locai api)ruyuiuUu8, eii,CuuCu n. . . ci,;,.. u.u Welcoming tne visitors to me duiiu-to you my ost wisnes ior iuc : .. " .
mm Dan. A m artASn I mi fill - -1 fi 11 11 i nfniv riT TniirjprPHi uitnii ziiiuu. 1 .w.w w ... - -
t0 000 in Wilmington in tne worn:,
and the results there are regarded as
eminently satisfactory. The
to population has been materially re
duced and in some places obliterated
altogether, and the percentage of ma
laria reduced to a minimum.
To Show at Madison Square..
Members of the North Carolina
Toultry Clubs will have an exhibit at
the International Poultry Show to be
held at Madison Square Garden, New
York City January 19 to 24. The ex
vwt win h In charge of Mr. Allen
IliUlV ' ?
A Voo 4af Lat, .m'm Inr of the Pan-American Union, John perlty of yourgreat organization.
rded as I --;T 7, , Barrett, dlrector-eeneral. spoke of the "Yrs faithfully,
mosqul- UA Tr union's moral influence :in preserving 'LEOPOLD DE BELGTQUE.
if f aHT,-i peace and building up commerce;
v, v Secretary Glass, president-general
Reserve District. Miss Shotwell Will o the conference, occupied Jhe chair !
be under the direction pf WUliam r at tne -opening session.
of the Educational
1. It was a praying church (v. 31).
For every want annd every need they
betook themselves to God In prayer.
2. It was a Spirit-filled church (v.
Division of the War Loan Organiza
tion of this district, - '
Warren Declines' Renomlnation
State Basketball Games
A partial schedule of games for th ,- n whirh the coming nresiden-
G. Oliver, state poultry club agent of etate College basketball tfcam, an- t , camoaifm should be fought
the North Carolina Extension aer- wjth six exhibitions of the popular m
8ECRETARY0GLASS FOR SCOUTS..
Formpr RpiWnrv of the Treasury 31). A praying church is a Spirit-filled
Carter H. Glafe In addressing a gather- church. The Spirit Is given In an-J
Ing of boy scoots in Washington said: ewer to prayer (Luke Uil3). .
"I regard as a distinctly great 3. It was a church which had great
compliment totbe asked to come here boldness In preaching the Word of
to PrPPt voniiff Americans, to greet God (v. 31). The minister In a Spirit-
New York. Profiteering ana puduc ftSSociati.n with which toy. prede- filled church will not oner an apoiogy
ownership were declared by wmiam cejBSor jjp; Mf Adoo, was so prominent
Jennings Bryan to be two of tne great Jy and usefuli identified
AND PUBLIC OWNERSHIP IDEA.
rice, and will 'be financed by the De- aoor sport staged on the Raleigh au THOUSAND CASES OF FLU
partment of Agriculture. Mr. unver i itorium court. An exchange of game
states that no bird will be exhibited I witn every college in the State is 8
except those owned and raised by feature.
Bona-fide club members in 1919.
"While I del not know a great deal
about the boil scouts, I do know one
thing that iis an Institution which
for the Bible, but will fearlessly
4. It was a united church (v. 32).
They were "of one heart and one
5. It was a charitable and generous
is jantagonlstiM to nothing that Is good
said to BE IN HAVANA, and hostile teverything that is bad, church (v. 32). As needs arose sup-
; -1. and it is an hnor for any man, what- plies were given from a common fund.
ti., hthtiv -rases of Influeoxa ever his disteiction In life; to come 6. Its ministers had a powerful tes-
A.u a JMM.m j b
have been reported in this city, but and greet an Association of that sort I tlmony (v. 33). ; !
. .... ' uepiore. roi.5n Mr.vH..w. ; "I" " - tMno- mrtr thnn thpv did in I chtn A-rYi'thltod TinWMnlshpcl characters
Meeting, State - Bar Association. . , Calling upon the entire people of.tnt able. A newspaper reporv . T - --S:: w JZT L o.
Asheville was chosen as the next I tae unlte in co-operation with thi 1.000 cases have been found here, but
meeting place of the Nortn Carolina Y M c A m.lts .National Thrift this has not been corroDoraiea.
t association at a meeting of the
iA Kir 9-rarlnfltA tnaniLe'er T. H
TPMitive committea of .the .associa- jofi fnr ulTtjien contests PROHIBITION AMENDMENT IS
... , 1 i . . r-n rret
tinn hld here, and June Z to uuiy a, wv .T.rv 7-24. Governor T. W TO BE oivew
TislrAt teno n nrnolajnation cin
which he deplores foolish extravag Washington Validity of the federal
... ii . -i .. .tivitun wvneWntinns.1 amendment
ance ana aeciares inai it Denwvet prouiumw"
UVA V w - -i
named as the date oi tne next annual
meeting.1 The mountain metropolis
was chosen without contest, as the
bid that jWrightsvllle Beach intended
to enter 'for the meeting could not be
the five Llbey loan campaigns they
would have ..eBrned distinction enough
to entitle thefti to the respect and af
fection of all e American people, and
as secretary pf the treasury of the
United ' States? I want' ta give attesta-
(v. 33). For "great grace was upon
. The Sin of Ananias and Sapphlra
(w. 1-11). L
1. Its occasion (yv. X 2). Tjiis was
Whip-Grafting Apple Trees The Pre
pared Scion and Stock Before ana
After Being Joined and Tied."
rherefore, the novice must exercise
especial care to bring tne growing,
tissue of the stock and scion in direct,
To make this graft, -cut both the?
scion and stock diagonally across, tho
every right thinking man to take sert is to be determined ly the supreme
t tn iPn -oraste. to abfct court, whkjh granted - the state oi
presented because of the lack of noT 1 Innatjon cf credit and through saving Rhode Island permission to Institute they aided tl treasury department
tel facilities there since tne beasnore rovlde capital for the financing ol original proceedings to test fi nU cu-
Hotel was burned last summer.
join the enforcement in that state. MEETING tH E SCO UTS' CHIEF.
their hvnocrltical imitation of the gen
tlnn tr tfiA irrPflt1 nfltHotlgm manl- Tlflmoheg fA-VR RT.
C5' i enjua u.L ui a-x uuuw - -1 i - . . 9m
felted by theff boy scouts. " I want to of peculiar distress of !the rut being one to one ana .one-nan,
personally thT&k them for the splen- early church when the open rupture Inches in length, this being dependent
did service tfiey rendered their coun- wag made with Judaism, the members' apon the size of the material. In or-
trv nii f or t effective way In .which m. h.A o WnTnfinttv of flcr to join them together, a vertical
...i ani., : . j -Un4. n I . . . , m 1 mint- ta than maHa In hnth stare nnn
roods." This was not universal noi wen u 7 . Y
permanent: some conunuea to own J r
Washington, (S . cial) Thomas D.
Warren, of New Bern, has declined
another nomination for district at
torney, and EJ. F. Adylett, of Elizabeth
City, has been agreed upon by "Sen
ators -Simons and Overman for - th
PlaCe.- .. -
their own homes, as for example jonn mg uie wugue ui uU -
Mark's mother, who used her home In the other. - .
One dav ast)an Beard was going fcp I Tv r!f.riRtlnna-Ananias When made,, the grafts can be put
v. - - I VV UlVli I. VP -w -
IS REMINDED lOF
ien inTCDM ATinwAi DUTY vtt Vi?frK THofirrtn hniifl- . . . i natr I nvit in the oDen flpui at once or
. ; j . 4ng.in:New-rk city, at the rear ot ccived for his land-while pretending to wrapped in mosi or sand and kept la
Paris Holland is told in the. allied the car was a postal . messenger boy m brought it all. His wife was a a cellar where the temperature Is low
note demanding the extradition of for- with his antra filled with a score of partner in it They wanted the honor It the latter method be followed, the
mer Emperor William 1 1 that she will bundles all. o the same size. of gene'roslty withofit paying the price, grafts should be transferred to the?
hot "fiflfill her internrional duty" Peering ovjr the top of th am- 2. The Judgment (4v. 3-10). Ananias field In the spring as soon as tha
t Rhp refuses to associate herself buscade, he Oxed his eyes steadily allowed satan to fill his heart and lied ground can be worked. Where only.
with the entente powers In chastising upon Mr. Beftd. The national j scout to the Holy Ghost in keeping back-a la few are to be put out, aig tne CTencu
r-ommltted -bv Germans during commissioner of the lour nunarea part of the price of the land, it was witn a spaae, ana piace me grai-ta
j - i tnousana anw mre. duj owul v I most liKeiy-an acieu u& xucj mac nguiuov .vvi
I AmarM b roil th Rlpns-well enouch I ami rot rtn tn srfl their land. Ihnd shoufd be at tho surface of thei
to realize thfrj something was passing fir Ravine sold it. to bring any of the ground, and the grafts should be -
i b auc in e ri A VE RY SOON through the biy's mind. He asked the money piaCe it In the common planted ten to twelve .Inches apart ;
lad what he 'Vas thinking about, fund. Peter declared that they were to rows that are at least three feet
, The boy retjied : "I was just thmkin absolutely free to do as they pleased spart, .- ' -
To Educate Soldiers and Sailors.' ' ;
With the announcement of a $3,000,
000 appropriation for educational ser
vice to former soldiers, sailors , and
marines! the Y. M. C. A. educational
service launches Us largest' enter
prise since the war. This . plan pro
vides 60,000 free scholarships, for ex
Rprvlrp mp.n. an d also-nfovides recon-
lftrHir rmirRfta and OCCUDU- Medical Examination June 14.
tional euidance and employment ser- A conference of the Board of Medl- the war.
vom k tmirth featnrfl of the olan Is cal Examiners of the State of North -
the Americanization work, which wlil Carolina was held here at the office oi AMSRICAN RED CROSS WILL
be conducted in industriar communi- the secreUry, Dr. Hubert A. ivoyster.
i' - 4-1 ii io9n Alrrtpd aa the
t Ac urnpro rno rnrpiim r rmuiiLLiuiJ. xm i juua Jl . avv. - ,
centered. About 1,000 of these are date for tne next regumr. ur washington.-raera P" fhttt vnn ftkike a frIend of mine." if tw of nraise is causing
available for North Carolina, O. O. to be held to Raleigh, as provdea dj withdrawal of American Kea cross trieTls namer asked many today to make the same dread
iHuntington, state secretary, an- the law. Governor T. W. Bickett and per80nnei from Siberia at the "me whoftB the friend of all boys. M mistake. ' People are walking in
nouncesi , Attorney General J. S. Manning, who American troops start homeward nave "Dan Beartf. said the messenger. the way of Ananias and Sapphlra
Not less than 40,000 scholarships have been of material assistance tt been cabled. it was announced to iiead- am Dan5eard," replied the com- when they make a profession of re
will be off ered - In correspondence the board in their werk for the past qUaxtere at Vladivostok of the. com- sIoner , wlfh a smile. UH0n for temporal gain and pleasure;
courses. I five years, wero juww mvi" mission neaaa iy ucui..V" "Goshr ww tne oniy repiy oi iub or even preacning sermons uoi uietr
astonished b, who dropped his bun- own Frequently men preach the ser
dles under le feet of the amused mons 0f Moody and Spurgeon without
toassenffers arrl brotght his right hand riving credit.' Physical death was yls-
bers for luncheon at the Yarborough. b. Teusler, of Virginia.
Radical ; Revision of Rules:
A radical revision of the rules and
rf filiations governing the certification
nf teachers in the state is under con
sideration by Dr. B. C. Brooks, state
superintendent of education, and will
he discussed at me-etlhg of represen
t itives of universities and colleges to
be held here.' Dr. Brooks has abetter
f the heads of the leading education-'
institutions,,in the state outlining
te plan and asking them to send
representatives to the meeting.
AUSTRIAN SCHOOL CHILDREN
. SUFFERING MUCH FOR FOOD
;up to a stiff tfalute.
Haw River Bridge Closed ,
Tourists arriving in Raleigh report
that the" bridge over Haw river at
Moncure Is closed following condem
nation proceedings. Traffic over the
National Highway now is by the way
of Apex. Holly Springs and Jonesborc
where the-road unites witn tne r8u- i"-- a hra onhnt .was observed by some
i,iPhwRT. Tourists are warned u cerrea oy. amT . ".ff , . . Pfl flnd
GOOSEBERRIES A WD CURRUJTS
When Interplanted In Cherry Orchard
Bushes May Be Left for
Prepared by the United States Depart
ment of Agriculture.)
When Mnterplanted In , cherry cr
tted upon Ananias and Sapphlra jfor shards gooseberries and currants may
Paris. Representatives of the NO ONE'S DpY IS THE SCOUTS
mission for the relief oil , - P". ,
children have just finished an examf it was justjithe removal of a stray an(J npon
their sins. - - I
III. The Effect (w. 11-16). r
1. Great fear came upon the church
all wno neara or tnese
Governor Issues a Pardon. r
"."v em or Bickett has . granted-a con--t'oial
'nrflon tn Bain Davennort. of
hi well countv. sentenced In .August,
1M1. to20 years for criminal assault,
On.Iay 15. 1918, the tate board of
larole asked him to parole the pris
oner, the governor said, "but at that
time he; did not think" Davenport's
record justified the action. He
mw of ithe opinion that the prisoh-
rB- record Justifies pardoning him.
The Tlev. R. L. Isbell, of Caldwell
eounty. was amone thoseasking
and proceed through Holly Springs.- from lack, of . food
off the National Higfiway at Ajpei that 97 per
Leaf Tobacco. Sales.
Leaf tobacco, sales in 156 war-
ar Ttnarkets In 28 counties
nation kof -. school children in Vienna brIck that f eM from a. truck into the mngs (v n); irreverence Is an out-
and found, according to a dispatch re middle of - thy street a mue iuu.6 standing sin of this Age. Tne cnurcn
ie Austrian delegation nere perhaps out jf . was ooservtm u, sh0T1ia be recognized as noiy tne very
cent of them are suffering o the big lien In York,, Pa., and dwelling piace of the-Most High God.
2. Multitudes of men ana women
were, added to the Lord (v. 14). . This
..w4 4a fama lf PotPr to lG STrld
'far and wide, so that the people were gooseberries are often-made a part ot
The driver sa the obstacle, veerea i;o flnxions to come under his shadow, the permanent -plantation, out
onexside, and Narrowly escapedbump- were the holiness of the body, of they are commonly productive ;wne
r-. f a At A.
hrnnsht fortK tneir nearuesi
mendatlon. I . . ,
armv TRANSPORT POWHATAN A wagon; raw umuu,
ARMY TWVNruni n-acran ramp, fllons.
9- ' WP) . I BpiT. driver iw the obstacle, veered to
be left for several years, according- to
the growth of the orchard and the size
ef the bushes ;-'and In apple. and peat
orchards they may be left somewhat
longer, though the ground occupied
thould be restricted to one or two
rows of bushes through the center ot
the space between the tree rows. Oth
erwise, the bushes will be likely to In
terf ere with the proper care of the
trees. In vineyards tne .currants ana
maw York.--The i army transport
of North Carolina in December- to- Pownatan, in distress about 700 milea
204.913 pounds, against 55,- east of New York, reportea oy
Ing into nnotfier vehicle. " Then a per recognized, there would be so grown, the grapes are likely to t
destiian crosg tne street in a nurry, gjiy coming for pardon and salva- rather unproductive.
tripped over ana uie '""S"" I tion.
. ' - . . ; - a AAt-1 ; j. Mn orwnrt -ntfinea Here I . . - . a. t AM4AMtn I 1 . niiAii r-r 1 1
373,678 In December, ciuiix6 less to tu -ij V . 7 " heT nsed would nwraiy win uuu uc,0u.k g nyp0crltesdld not dare to i TTtN I lUri I U DUn rnui 1 0.
. Uf trooD. u
t th monthly report of the Co-opera- that although she was leaking and Mi
la iv-4rTn - flooded. Sne Was in . I . hoiunonml hv
tlve urop rveyui miA kao v
avpraen trlce for the seasons immeiiate aangr. :
average price . v- - . fnrtaiii0 " the
was $51 63 per nunarea. . iwww gers were cuu u " ' -
was ox.uu maV ' TXTTiftn ; Mia sa be
hes been the primary wvy , i message . " " ...
P6S uccu v it,. ..asanirora Will
North Carolina rank iourui in comes smootner,. r'" " .
iMona v. amnne- the states U 4MnfArrAd to the - White StaJ
value ox " I v 7, .
He saw the
loin (v.13). .It interesting to note
j.v- vinilloattAn nf th holiness
AKio.t ducked, between tne tramc, . ... fi nv hnt
.picked up the)rick and carefully de- nypocrltes from jolnlng lt Nothing
of the nation.
iner Cedric, which Is standing by.
.tAri if nnr of the way. A , little
thing? Perhaps ! But you ought to
hear what sore of the bnlookers said
about this genuine "good turn."
unhallowed nor any unregenerate per
son has a p a ce In tne 'Church. This
applies to our offerings as well as to
our person. - - . . ' j---.
f oloyment Service Rushed. : ;
Out of a total of 129 registrations
f r the :week. the United States Em
Pl')ymnt Service in North Carolina
r P"rtf(l an agRreate of 116-place-i.ientc!
j Twenty-four orders, compris
'" falls for about 150 men were re
' " vr"1 by the service. : "'
Aihoiie led tho batch. -with 47. regi
!v.t.rat'oris, 43 placements. Raleigh
0 5 npxt with St - registrations, J4
If?f rreel, and 33 pl-CPTnents. :Wilming
toi had 24 registrations and 29 place-
wM iiwtffr NURSES FIGHTING
vw-""1 . PI II
TO CHECK SPREAU ur. i
SCOUT CAMfnTO BE ENLARGED.
Daily Prayer. f
Oh Lord, - we thank, thee that A men
The boy scouts of New York and mrn t0 ee. the me'asure of their need
Chicago -Chicago's- health depart- jew Jefsey hjve access to the largest ft measnre of thy supply. Let thy twenty, years, old are jiotncommo.
and then all
State Industrial Exposition ,
A State industrial exposition at Ral
eigh in the near future-was endorse
"K " ietrial deoart
76Btf f thi Raleigh Chamber of Com ment as-swamped with appeals for permanent bojV camp in theworld lQ OQr iritSr
ment of the.Pleigii . rae,ltJ :-Wit of in- f t summerthere were over 1,500 Ho w,tMn flnd D
merce.and tne propu-, nurses vu v----,-;-. . -ftre r flt n hSe. in the great open-air " " -;w tft M a
mitted to the oirecto. .-T tiuenza ana i--- rirrted rtaVeround bk of Bear mountain, on fi"T ; ' moreonUnual. and
nan Z.vUU casca uotd . - - - - I
. . i o t v ka dAfl.ths the Hudson rivrer. . , I viornmTi and - efficacious confl-
STtl department oaieials deilartd r Be . rough
.w.or.t trt ron 1 aa f loaat 10.000 nurses scouts, me luteisiaic - . T I nhrlst our uotq. Amen.
... X' tnVA'ltlllP.n aitUUluv - I tha WIT UtXUCU " ' - . ri . ntrrVi I "
aianut ... - I " v I offers to construct irum uc w n6u.
vince the rJEy handle thon effers v -
the proposed event uu . stt nuxj--- ; It:Is . plapn to car. f or X boy
elgnt aispeu" . -.n " ' " .onts next Var.
Currant and Gooseberry Plantation ;
WHI Thrive for Many, Years
With Proper Care. -
" -' "
(Prepared by the United States Depart- :
, - ment of Agriculture.) . ' '
- - If a currant or gooseberry plant
Jlon Is properly Scared for, at least y
eight to ten crops may be expected be fore
it becomes unprofitable becaua?
of Its age. . Productive fields ovet
"rMtrtal exposition Idea. u
- r - . n.ofor Ttaaman. H I T.
IntrodOcea pj, ,
the edty to aid in Telief measure.
Life is mainly an opportunity for
character bulldlnf and testing.
seme sections."- Although, the nufia
ir of years a plantation will contlnni
good bearing condition depends tt .
k6me extent upon location and soil
tie: most Important factor is the can
jrbjch It receives. The period of pro
Suctiveness of both currant and goose
3rry- plants is longer In northern re .
1 ns than toward the soutnern llmitt .
their - culture and longer on heavi
iU than on sandy toll. ;
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