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■^9861 ‘I ‘iCBPMJ
THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen. North Carolins
McNeill & Co.
Feed and Seed Stores
Southern Fines and Fayetteville
Southern Pines, N. C.
A Country Day and
for children under fourteen years.
Open air classes, and all
Music - Art - Handicrafts
MILLICENT A. HAYES
Give us 3 minutes to point
out why “G-3” is Amer
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America’s hest-seller, it
had to be America’s best
buy—and that’s the '‘G-3”
All-Weather for you!
Evidence? — we’ve got
plenty . . . local proof of
better than 43% greater
non-skid mileage, quick
er* stopping, safer grip,
longer endurance. Get
your money’s worth and
then some—see us about
PAGE MOTOR CO.
AVOID EMBARRASSMENT OF
DROPPING OR SLIPPING
Don't be embarrassed again by hav
ing your false teeth slip or drop when
you eat, talk, laugh or sneezf. Just
sprinkle a little FASTEETH on your
plates. This new, extremely fine pow
der gives a wonderful sense of comfort
and security. No gummy, gooey ta.sto
or feeling. Get FAS-
TEBTH today at any
good drug store.
Satisfactory Sign-up Reported by
Cotton and Tobacco Growers
County Agent Explains Reason
Why Farmers Should Join
in New Program
By E. H. GarrlHon,
The blanks for signing up oatton and
tobacco growers under the new pro
gram arrived last weelt and we have
been going forward with the program.
So far, the sign-up has been very sat
isfactory and I am quite sure that the
majority of the folks in the county
will sign one of these blanks. Person
ally I do not see how nor why any
one would not sign this. It does not
tie you up as completely as the old
program did and, too, if you find at
a later date that you can not carry
out the terms of the agreement, you
will not be obligated to do so. This
in the true sense of the word is not a
contract but is an application for Soil
To get the maximum amount of
payments, you should stick to the old
figures o the 1934 cotton and tobacco
contracts. Instead of having anythi*'i^
to plow up or destroy, where the crop
planted is larger than the 1934 acre
age, this would be charged oi£ your
payments. If the amount to be charg
ed against you should be larger than
your soil Conserving payment, then
we would just forget about the whole
thing. All this of course refers
strictly to the Soil Coservation pro
gram. In case the State Compact
should go through on tobacco later,
then you would be held to the old
contract figures. On this Soil Con
servation program there will be no
tobacco sales cards to buy and no cot
ton gin certificates to fool with.
What was cotton and tobacco rent
ed acrcage under the old contract will
come in under the heading of the soil
Conserving acreage. The pajTnents
on this acreage, particularly in the
case pf tobacco, will run about twice
the amount of the last year rented
acreage. In p. good many cases, this
will almost pay a fertilizer bill this
year. When this can be taken care of
in that manner, I think that anyone
would be wise in signing up. All the
High School Library Circula
tion Greatly Increases
Over Year Ago
In the library of Southern Pines
High School are approximately 1,-
800 books, of which 200 have been
added during the present school
year. The circulation thus far this
year has been around 3, 577 books,
as compared to a total of 2,377
for the entire last year. At the
present rate, by the end of the
year, the library will have charged
but twice as many books as last
year, illustrating the fact that
reading had increased remarkably.
The average daiily circulation is
25, which means that every day
one out of five students takes out
a book. Another way to look at
this is that every student takes
cut one book every five days.
Dr. Stutz to Return
To Southern Pines
Son of Mayor D. G. Stutz Will
Open Office Here For Practice
things required under this new pro-
I gram are things which should be
j done, regardless of the pay. For ox-
ample, the acreage designated as soil
conserving acreage may be planted to
peas and peas cut for hay. Either
peas, velvet beans, soy beans or les-
pideza will count on this soil conserv
Friends o-f Dr. Malcolm Greer Stutz,
son of Mayor and Mrs. D. G. Stutz of
Southern Pines will be interested in
the announcement received this week
that Dr. Stutz will arrive from New
York soon to open an office here for
the practice of medicine.
Dr. Stutz, who has been serving an
interneship at New York Polyclinic
Hospital for the past two years, re
ceived his A. B. degree at the Univer
sity of North Carolina in 1930. He
graduated from the Medical College
of Virginia in 1934 and the same year
passed the North Carolina State
Board. Dr. Stutz is a first lieutenant
in the Medical Reserve Corps of the
Army. He received his commission
from the War Department in June of
Dr. Stutz was raised in Southern
Pines, received his early training at
the Southern Pines schools, and has a
host of friends who are glad to hear
of his intention of opening an office
MOORE COUNTY D. A. R.
GUESTS IN FAYETTEVILLE
Members of the Alfred Moore Chap
ter of the D. A. R. motored to Fay
etteville on Monday to visit the his
torical places of interest. They were
invited to several homes of historical
interest and furnished with beauti
ful antiques, also visited the monu
ments and the old market place.
OH'EN PRIEST DIES
Owen Priest, of near Carthage,
died suddenly from a heart attack
ab"ut 5:30 o’clock Monday afteraoon.
Mr. Priest had just returned boia«
from his work. Funeral services wer»
held at Cross Hill Cemetery church,
on W'ednesday at 2:30 o’clock. He is
survived by a widow and several chil
TO DISCUSS ECONOMIC
AND SOCI.4L PROBLEMS
Thirty percent of the base tobacco
acreage and 35 per cent of the cot
ton base acreage is the most that
anyone v.ill be permitted to rent un
der the program. Twenty per cent of
the ba.se of all crops on the farm,
such as cotton, tobacco corn, oats,
barley, etc., will have to go into a
i cover c’.op. The above mentioned
I crops are classed as soil depleting,
while all the legumes are classed as
sc:il conserving or soil building. This
: depends upon what is dons with the
crop. If the legume crop is turned un
der it is soil building. If the crop is
cut off it is soil conserving.
If there is any further information
j which you need on this program 11
I shall be glad to furnish it at any
Cameron and Community
All men and women interested in
social and economic problems are in
vited to attend a meeting at the home
of Miss Mary Adeline Cook, East In
diana avenue. Southern Pines, on
Tuesday evening. May 5, at 8:00
o’clock, to listen to a discussion of
the subject, “Some Ways Out for the
Unemployed.” The guest speakers will
be Miss Ida Robinson, well known as
being virtually interested in all so
cial questions, who ha.s been studying
certain forms of social experiment at
Lake Worth, Florida; and Mrs. K. M.
Willis, of Mill Valley, Cal., who has
been actively interested in the new
economic theories agitating the
thought of that far-western state.
There will be no> admission or collec
tion. Hostesses will be Miss Cook pnd
Miss Alice May Holmes. This invita
tion is extended to all in the Sand
hills, who are interested in sociology
or economics, and all are invited to
take part in a discussion of the theor
IF YOU FAIL TO i
COUNTY TAX SUPERVISOR
Circle No. 2 of the Presbyterian
Woman’s Auxiliary met last Friday
afternoon with Miss Maggie McFad-
yen, with Miss Thurla Cole presiding.
Reports from the recent Presbyter-
ial at Fayetteville were given by
Mrs. W. G. Parker and Mrs. Jewell
Friends of Mrs. Sallie Lee Venters,
nee Collins, of Catherine Lake, will
regret to learn of her death which oc
curred on April 21 at Columbia, N.
C., where she was engaged in govern
ment work. Mrs. Venters was ill just
one week with penumonia. She leaves
her mother, Mrs. W. T. Cox of New
Bern, a son Harry, Jr., and a little
daughter ,Nancy. Funeral services
and interment were at Catherine
Lake. Mrs. Venters taught in the
Cameron High School in 1922-23, and
was greatly beloved.
Miss Ruth Fuquay, who met a trag
ic death at the hand of a private sol
dier at Fort Bragg, Grover Cleveland
Prichette, when he killed his wife
and attempted suicide, lived in Cam
eron, when a small child, with her
parents, Dr. and Mrs. George Fu
Miss Thurla Cole and her father,
George Cole, spent Sunday with rel
atives in the Bear Creek Community
in Chatham county.
Misses Lula Rogers. Mary Emma,
Elizabeth and Mildred Thomas, Ma
rie Parker, Mrs. Loula Muse and Ira
and George Thomas attended the rec
itation and declaration contest at
Greenwood school last Friday even
ing. Mrs. Muse was one of the judges
in the contest.
Miss Ruth Stutts, who has a posi
tion in a cafeteria in Chapel Hill,
spent Sunday with home folks.
Mrs. Maggie Hudson of Charlottes-
How To Reduce
Rik Qmtty Upwari Towiri the .Heart
M Ibod li Viim Flowt Thai Way
ftfBny people have become despondent
because they have been led to believe
that there is no remedy that will reduce
swollen veins and bunches.
If you will get a two-ounce original
bottle of Moone’s Emerald Oil (full
■trength) at any first-class drug store
and apply it night and morning as
directed you should quickly notice an
improvement. Continue to apply Emer
ald Oil until the veins and bunches are
Moone's Ememld Oil is • harmless,
yet most powerful penetrator and two
ounces last a very long time. Indeed,
so powerful is Emerald Oil that old
chronic sores and ulcers are often en
tirely ben led. It has brought much com
fort to worried people all over the
For generous sample send 10 cents
(silver or stamps) to cover cost—mail
ing-packing to Dept. A.M., Interna
tional Laboratorief Inc., Rochester, N. Y.
ville, Va., after spending several
weeks with her sister, Mrs. J. R. Lov
ing of Route 1, left for Greensboro
Wednesday to visit her sister, Mrs.
Thad Omohundro, after which she will
return to her home in Virginia.
Prof. and Mrs. R. F. Lowry and
Miss Ellen Royal Jones spent Satur
day in Raleigh and Chapel Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Muse of Ham
let were guests Saturday cf Mrs
Miss Mary Ellen Yelverton speni
the week-end in Farmville.
Olin Nivins spent the week-end at
his home in Waxhaw.
Prof. and Mrs. R. F. Lowry were
diner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Guthrie.
Misses Mary Hetz, Sue Sherrill and
Jean Simpson spent Saturday in Dur
ham, Ruesis ot Miss Hentz’ brother.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Loving, Mrs.
Maggie Hudson and Carl Loving spent
several days in Lillington last week,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams of
Manchester spent Sunday with Mrs,
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wooten spent
Sunday aftei-noon with Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Joyner of Fayetteville and Mr.
and Mrs. Martin McFadyen of Man
Evander McNeill and Mrs, Blue of
Raeford were Sunday visitors of the
Rev. and Mrs. M. D. McNeill.
L. F. Hartsell spent last week with
his brother Arthur in Lakeland, Fla.
Miss Mary McLeod spent the week
end in Goldston with her sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maddry of
Chapel Hill, were Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Loving on Route
Cameron citizens are highly pleased
that work has actually begun on Car
thage street, preparing for an oil and
cement road through town.
TO ALL DEMOCRATIC PRECINCT CHAIRMEN AND
DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF MOORE COUNTY:
<;OVKKNMf;NT COTTON CAN
BE RELEASED FOR SALE
Producers who borrowed 12c on
cotton through the Commodity Credit
Corporation can have this cotton re
leased for sale by paying l-4c less
than the price of 7-8 middling at the
time the cotton is applied for. County
Agent Garrison announces.
With all interest and storage
charges paid up, this will give the
producer about Ic per pound more on
his cotton if the cotton is of good
grade. Mr. Garrison has a supply of
the forms and will be glad to assist
any one in making application for the
Pilot Advertising Fays.
You are hereby advised that;
1. All Precinct Meetings will be held Saturday, May 9, 1936, at the usual meeting
place in the re.spective precincts, at two o’clock P. M.
3. The State' Convention will be held in Raleigh, Friday, June 12, 1936, at 12
2. The Countj- Convention will be held in Carthage, Friday, June 12, 1936, at 12
The unit of County organizations shall be the voting precincts. In each precinct
there shall be an Executive Committee to consist of five (5) active Democrats, who
shall be elected by the Democratic voters at the several precinct meetings at the time
and place hereinbefore stated. And said Committee so elected shall elect one of its
member.s a.s Chairman, who shall preside at all committee meetings. At least one w^oman
shall be elected to membership on each precinct Executive Committee. Each such com
mittee shall have a vice-chairman and either the chairman or vice-chairman shall be a
woman. Delegates to the County Convention shall likewise be selected in each precinct
at the time and place above mentioned.
The Chairman of tha Precinct Committee meetings shall certify to the County
Chairman the names and addresses of the precinct committeemen and of the Chairman
and Vice-chairman elected, as above provided, and all the names of the delegates to the
County Convention, all prior to the time of the convening of said* Convention.
:S\. G. BOYETTE, County Chairman.