.V4.": ' "'
i "j te ! t ct f. 'I'cii k v
.. .' I l i : 4 ,r . " - . i
' 1 i ou Jtot eli, i C n i
ty i , li 1 , UI ( i
ni;h is a very food rir-.mn o on
t e 1 1 of tlie i : . , ' . !
oi.-iciitiS and the panmii but d-.'v
represents approximate'y one i: .ml
of C12S1 s in sud county i" u r t -)
stated time. It is viuuy i i t. -i t
that every case of ctmii4..ica;.e
disease, no matter how r ' I, be,
reported.to the ellalth D' 1 tmnt
in order that the mc 4 1 1; in-
stltuted to protect the cl ....niinity
from the spread of dangerous di
seases. Even so-called ' "midl dl
seases" like whooping courh, meas-
les, etc, cause ..very mand deaths
in wis wan every year, Tneseju-
are neither necessary nor
, babies. : 7,,
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Chapter 263. public Heal h Laws
Bec.o-.- u snau Detneouiy
f every parent, guardian or house-
older, in the order named to noti-
" ' .1. . . 1. mi
-fy the County quarantine, off leer
of tha name, address, including the .-
name of the school district, of any
person in their family or house
hold about whom no physician has
been consulted but : whom they
have reason to suspect of " being
afflicted with whooping .cough.
a,'a1 lw if .Until recently vaccines in use as
t. .-y:i:.f'':-'v- . preventive agai & st whooping
What is whooping cough? cough were of little value. The re-
.t Whooping cough may be definedg. vaccine developed by Drl U;'
- - as an acute contagious disease .
caused by the bacillus pertussis g,t Scn00l Medicine has proven jjr Jovner spoke to the class ! caused Ms death. He was born In
. and characterized by Inflammation u5e)f a 8ure preVentive provided ! oll 1 Abundant life "It la Duplin County February 6, 1884
of the upper respiratory passages m d tlme-:toti;:tto mad fancies Of and has spent his life in the coun
and a series of spasmodic; coughs sufflcient for development of pKJ! e Speaker, "but ty as $ successful farmer.; -;
which end 1 ui long drawn insp.ra. u antibodies In bodies of those tte Abundant Life toone that to''. He , was Carried to Miss Nora
lion or wnoop. , r j inoculated. On account of the grad-'centered on "Ood The life that Brown who survives him with two
What are Its symptonsT jtial development of protection, iUCloofc, easy now is a temptation sons, Edward and William. Three
The disease is very hard to dia- ,Use is confined to prevention and wnich should be shun for it ls the ' of his children have proceeded him
nnnna in 44. Advlv d.q rta at 4hA J . V A A . ... w m n . . . i
, first symptoms are usually those
of a cold in the chest. For A week
. v or so there are ..no spasms of
s coughing and no whoop, but the at-
tacks of coughing grow harder as
- t time goes on. The whoop which
n6t begin for two or perhaps three
sickness. It is more prevalent in -
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JI1UI1U14J. VUJ141Ullg IU11UW114B DL.aoi.iB
..7 01 wnoopmg w not inirequeni.- in
' certain seasons of the year, with
each cold or,cough.there may be a
. return of the characteristic whoop '
,, for a varying .'period of time. The
, disease is much? more dangerous
to infanta than to older children.
More than. BO; per cent of ? the
Hnthi from whonntnir onnvh iwmr
---- --- -
in children under three years or
age. Pneumonia is the chief complW'
canon ana is usuauy me cause oi
deaths in infants or young children
havln? this disease.
How Is the dlseas transmittedt'
The infectious .material exists in
-the secretions of - the. nose and j
throat in the early stages of the
disease, and for a period of time.
after the whoop appears. The dl;
seascls transmitted from one per-'
fM i 1 : ( . ,i or by
r 1 1 1 , ..i.a of the
r i ( e 1 'cii u liiil-
1 . 1 j i . ' y. 1 4e i"'.u',.i
t ..1 1 . 1, t t is t ie tni'e t t-V4-.-1
t; e f.- ' i litre end the faut
. ',,!, u f jni t tee to four
t 1 yi, tut s i!K - .4iea r. 1 y be
i i 1 i g as sixteen days after ex
I'. . .
I.'.iw iiiiiy the license be con-
In times of epidemics, when
whooping cough becomes pvaVnt
in the community, very you- j chil
dren should be kept at home. No
other children should be allowed to
visit the 1 home unless they have
an older child has been exroaed to I rTTM hm
" ?"r..; " -
should keep him away from young-1
chndreni'la Ul(, fml!v by 83nd.
to relatives or friends '
" " .,,. .
.wucro fc i
nave not naa me aiBease. t
should stay away for at least two
' ,,' nr tii
Be is well again. Children ill from
the disease should be isolated, and
remain in quarantine for a period-
of three weeks aftef the develop
ment of the characteristic whoop.
Specif lo Measures Vaccination
in iiui icuuiuiucuucu I"",
tive in contacts or threatened ex
posure, Therefore, In face of the
splendid results obtained by use of-
said ; vaccine and prevalent ; of-
whooping cough in Duplin County
at present I recommend that all
tek' f1 r J" hUdre
to -family physicians for protection
aga,"8t t88-.: ; y
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j :.t Cit -
jJUCIiai - XX CC Llil Vfi ., I
n ... A .i!Mr
iittiiBvllle . Andil 23. The Wo-,
mans Auxiliary wilt hold its meet-h
ing Saturday afternoon at 3 :36 at
tne church. Special feature of the-
i,mv h thnf discussion Of li
uj0 Subject of Religious Education.
a v. linld- will laari the llO-
juih. a4 ... j -- - -
vntinnnl nroirram. and Mrs. a. J.
Judge will have charge of the pro-
gram. The subject .. or nomes .
wm be discussed by Mrs. Ralph,
I4n. am nf th indies of the
church are urged to be present for
'this meeting. - ; '
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i Nearly all. Mecklenburg cowon
growers are signing contracts to,
reduce their cotton acreage
cent for the present season.
fc--.-tost-- ' 1 , V w iJ
1 .n Sun : y-
j r or:!e of t e
i 1 t e town 1 1
ted a x "-Mt -i
l at toon r'uce 1
t First tuttUr 5
. " teed. 1 1
r ."rewnted as'1
i, 1 4.1a McLen-, J
. nd and Ek-t.nor
C Td; I ard 1
-1 T.rnck- L.jiv.
1 finnM. Mary,
h, C..u uiie Jerrltt
UK. i-r of J
Salome, Doris L cm; Peter, Carl-
ton Dobson; JuLn, Leecher Sitter-'
j 1. ;
V ft. " "
Th Wi. went centred
P "V -P F! JVHCr
I-V. X' i- 4 IlCav
Ccr.cn At Ken'sville.
The sermon for the Senior Clas$
at KenansvlUe was preached by
Rev. F. B. Joyner of the local
Methodist Church Sunday night in
the high school auditorium, In
spite of the downpour of. rain
ihere was a good crowd present for
the service. Music was furnished -
way to a narrow ure. vnoose uoa
Rnd Hi- way, f or the way of sin
ta ajwayg , narrow life. MK Joy
Ber heid i, the class the tfcal-
ot the Jfterself ' and ad-
and plead that they look to
we after' self and prepare to lay
a.,foUndatlon upon which such
Mtf couW be nobly built Glorify
Jobhat you Lve by being
tha .Tinat nd vnu can be tha best
only as you are willing to let Jesus
l WV "i
, , ., q :x ;
i --'V ..1r.:A t
J30V DCOUl VOUfl -,
. ; v TI-a- A
nt t 1
;, irr.?V f loving, father and husband, and a
, ' - '-o ''"' , '. ' ' ' friend to all and ho will be much
: . . KenansvUle . " : r . mlssed-in. to-mmttiiitjr.
KenansvlUe. April 25. Th BW't'v&t.S. ' . '."".. 1 "'
Scput Court Of Honor was held lnPresbvtCian-YoUniS'
ihd ficout room Thursday evening., ' .
. -..4. .
or last ween. ine couuijr vuou-
'man and the local chairman were
ooui pnaicui iur u -t
Clifford and ; Horace Aldridge
were riven their Tenderfoot rank
and the following were examined,
and awarded then- Second Class .
Rank: Edward Sykes, Buddie Wll-
Uamson, Arnold Dobson and Stuart
-'l W lasT,
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- Poullac owners tell an amazing economy .
. atory how tho big Pontiao uses less gaa
and oil than the small, light cars they have
owned . . how the sealed chassis reduces
- repairs , ... how fine car quality keeps the
Pontiao thrifty all Its long life. $o follow
' your natural desires and buy the most
beautiful thing on wheels. Wonderful eco-rn-v
plus very low price make It one of the
dl cars in the world to buy and own.
,le Scout re, ..aemenl i
i found that he had met
; requirements and that
irthy of the Eagle Scout
i court therefore recom
. t o the National Council of
ts in America that J. O.
, Jr., be awarded the rank
; Scout. When this applica
4 been approved by the
.1 Council, and the badge
i 1 1- ?id, a fitting ceremony will
: 1 ...l and J. O, ' will beglven
) i -je Badge. . -J.
O .Bowman, 'Jr. is sixteen
;s.rs of age anq has 'been in the
!f,: t work for nearly three years,
o is a senior in high school this
r end is graduating this week
;wuh second honors. J. O. is a boy
! who ls worthyvof such a rank and
" " carrying on nis scouting
with the young members of Troop
fin. At. present he In Senior Patrol
leader for toe troop. J. O. Is the
neennd DUDlin Countv hov to have
ftwarded the Eagle Rank, and
the only Uvig Eagle Scout in
the county. Joe Penney, a fellow
member of Troop 50 has the honor
of being the first Duplin County
Eagle Scout.'' . ;
JcIin William Judge
Dies Near Charity
.. John W. Judge died at his home
near Charity Crossroads Saturday
morning at .6:00 and was burried
Sunday afternoon at 3:00 in the
Judge Cemetary near Chinquapin.
Mr. Judge had been sick for about
w me grave, xne lonowing pro-
tners and sisters survive and live
in the same section of the county;
J -..H. Judge, W; O. Judge; S. E.
Judge? and B. P. Judge, , Mrs. J.
D.- Evans Mrs. T. J. Brown and
Mrs. J. . Fv;Dixon. Z""' ''.s.
wert' services were V held ' t
the home by the pastor Rev. Frank
Goodman -PasCr of the Halls-
vIIia ..4 r.hiv.h nt nrhlh
Mr. Judge was a member, assisted
by Rev. W .C. Smith of Chiaaua-
.pin, and tlie interment was made
. iiji-jii' the familv burviiur nlot. ".. ; .
5 uv ,Juage .was lauiuui.
Mr. , Judge was a,, faithful, .and
r. i A i. iu ni:...
People At Mt. Olive
Vv kenansville "
- The Presbyterian Toung Peoule
nf wnminnton : Presbytery i held
their Eleventh Annual Meeting in
the Mount' Olive Presbyterian
Church today wllhabout 180 young
people in' attendance. Reports, of
K"' . .. .
A Vnfrul Motor fatu4
.--.-V i-i '.-,.
; ..t Olive presid.. . ji -
i Special musical i a v- ere of 12:00 o'clock noon, at the Court
rendered by the quartet t v-1 1 res- house door of Duplin County,, Ken
byterian Junior Colk-e et I " ax- ansville, North. Carolina, offer, and
ton. The members of the quartet sell to the" highest bidder for cash
were, 1st Tenor 'and director, Ed- the following tracts of land lying
win Key, 2nd Tenor, Nellson, Rus- and being In Duplin County,. State
Sell, 1st Bass, Nell (Slnclare, 2nd of North Carolina, . and . bounded
Bass E. B. Carr and Mid Morgan and described as follows to-wit:
at the piano. Special solo was sung Beginning at a stake in Juniper
bii Nellson Russell. . '. Branch and running thence E. 69
V Rev. Lawrence Kessler led the poles to a stake; thence N. 143 ppl
devotional periods. The speakers of es to a stake at the road;1 thence
the day were RevC. H. Prltchard, S. 50 W. 150 poles to a stake;
of Atlanta, Ga., and Rev. R. C, thence S. 170 poles to a stake;
Clonte, of Wilmington. Mr. Pritch- thence N. 80 E. 30 poles to Juniper;
ard spoke on 'Life that measures thence up Juniper to the beginning,
up to Jesus's Requirements." He containing 112 i acres, more or less,
said that one must grow" ke ' SCOND TRACT: X eertata tract
Jesus, "Flow" in His ,wiU and of land consisting of 28 acres and
"Glaw" through : the ? indwelling heing the same jands described ta
chM.t rm . h.. nh. a certain deel from W. X. Potter
stacles that one Ms to overcome
manHnnlnff i nw..ritu Pnvortv
TmntMnB; nrt OnnnalMnn ..
offering challenges for u. to give
our best As we over come these
we will reach the'mark: ':xiU
Officers WUI be elected for two
years instead of one as has been
the. custom. The following officers
were elected for the new,, year: c' , M r
President,. Colin Shaw Smith of , Williams and L. A, Beasley. Corn
Mount Olive; Vlce-Pres. BilUe Per-;nUJMioner.,.to vL,
due, of Wilmington; Secretary, to,a .R?f1SjS5
EmelU Farrior, Warsaw; Treas. , Ids of Duplin County, Jn Book
Mary Mathig Turner. Clinton. The I180 at W mch, feren
Annual Meeting fo the year 1938 ita hereby had for scriptlon by
will be held in the Warsaw Pres-.
Cash Prizes Of fered
X Of r ami KeCOrdS
- u o .
Prizes valued at more than
$1,000 are offered North Carolina
4-H club members who keep a,c
curate farm records this year in
the national farm account contest
The contest, sponsored by the
International Harvester . Company,
is designed to stimulate a greater
interest in the keeping of accurate
farm records, according to .L. R.
Harrilt 4-H Club leader-at State
To county winners will go prizes
worth $10, and the State winner
will receive $100. The latter will
compete in the sectional contest
for which a $250 prize is offered.
The national winner will receive an
award valued at $500. - V.
' The records may be kept in any
suitable farm record book, which
shows a complete inventory of all
farm possessions at the. beginning
and the end of the 12-month
period, a record of money receiv
ed and paid out during the year
and what the receips .and expen
ditures were for, and , a . balance
sheet showing how much money
the farm made or lost f .V . r
. The records, will be judged on
the following points; completeness,
accuracy, and neatness, 50 paints;
analysis and suggestions for chang
es in the farm plant to increase
earnings, 50 points .
'Any bona fide 4-H club mem
ber who la taking an active part
in club work, this year ls eligible
to enter the- contest, Harrlll said.
Those wishing to secure more
details about "the contest may ob
tain them from county farm or
home demonstration agents.
Jersey Cattle Sale
, An auction sale of Jersey heif
ers to be. used in 4-H calf club
work will- be held May 3 at Wow
ler's sales stables, five miles west
of Charlotte on State Highway
No. 27. .
Twenty calves, selected from
leading - North . Carolina Jersey
herds, will be on ' display. The
selections were made by A. R.
Morrow,. Iredell County farm a
gent; Kope Ellas, livestock man
ager of the Morrison Farms In
Mecklenburg ' County; and J. W.
Hendricks, superintendent of the
Piedmont, branch i station farm
near Statesville. . - i'-.-v.,.''
. A reasonable price will be plac
ed on each calf, said R. H. Ruff
ner,. of State College, who to help
ing sponsor the sale, so that the
club members will have opportun
ity to select an animal suited to
their, needs. rfiifrS
'Dead I. O. Scbaub, director of
the State College Agricultural Ex
tension Service, will speak prlefly
just before the sale Starts.
. . j , fl1 .-5'.,
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the pow
er of sale confrered In the under
signed by a judgment rendered in
the Superior Court of- Duplin Coun
ty at the March Term, 1935, in a
Civil Action entitled: Zack Wil
liams against R. E. Koonce and
wife, the undersigned will on Mon-
V MAXWELL'S! MEAL
.Makes Bread Good to the last Crumb FOR SALE by the
- - Following leading Merchants: '
, C. E. QUINN, '. ' :
KenansvlUe"' . -
day, ay 20th, 1.. t the hoar
Zck Williams, recorded in the
OtttCe Or register OI JJeeua Ui uup
U County, in Book 88, at pag 439,
,to ,cl corded copy reference
w u". r
'mptrfr - i
THIRD TRACT; -A certain tract
of land conslsUng ot 51 acres and
being fully described in thejirst
J IZ r"T
FOURTH TRACT: A certain 28
acre tract described as the second
tract In a certain deed from H. D.
Williams and L. A. Beasley, Com-
orded in the office of Register of
Deeds of Duplin County, in Book
180, at page 84, to which recorded
deed reference Is hereby had for
description of said lands by metes
FIFTH TRACT: Beginning to the
middle of the road on the Barfield
line, thence with the road N. 55 E.
62 poles to Potter's line on the
Public road; thence with his line S.
31 poles to a pine stump; thence
W. 38 poles to a stake; thence
with Barfield's line N. 6 poles to
the begnlning, containing 4 1-2
acres more or less.
SIXTH TRACT: Ascertain 39
acre .tract of land more "or less, be
ing the same land as shown by
deed from Durham Potter et al to
Zack Williams, recorded in the of
fice of Register of Deeds of Duplin
County, in Book 67, at page 106,
to which reference ls hereby made
for a description by metes and
bounds of said lands.
SEVENTH TRACT: Beginning
at the mouth of Reedy Branch and
runs up said branch as it meanders
90 poles to a pine on the ditch;
thence S. 55 poles to a pine; thence
S. 85 W. 36 poles to a runner oak;
thence S. 41 W. to the back line;
thence with said line S. 47 E. to a
sweet gum, corner; thence N. 44
E. 25 poles to McC. J. Smith's cor
ner; thence N. 9 W. 1 poles to a
pine; thence N. 18 E. 104 poles
to a short leaf pine; thence N. 115
poles to a stumpy oak; thence N.
30 W. 95 poles to the canal on
Great Branch; thence down said
canal to the beginning, containing
about 139 acres, more or less EX
CEPTING FROM THE FOREGO
ING tract that part sold by Zack
Williams and wife, Emma Williams
to Offte Smith, which is about 124
acres, more or less, which excep
tion is fully understood and agreed
to by parties of this instrument.
Advertised this the 15th day of
N. B. BONEY, Commissioner
5-9-4t N. B. B.
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SALE OF VALUBLE FARM
w,- , -o .
Under and by virtue of the au
thority conferred upon us in a
Deed of Trust executed by B . A.
Bell .. and Wife,'. Levada . Bell and
Nancy L. Hatcher, on the 26th da'y
of February, 1926,. and recorded in
Book 276, Page 104, we will on
4th day of May, 1935
It o'clock noon
at the Courthouse door in Duplin
County, KenansvUle, N '.C, sell at
public auction for cash to the high
est bidder the following land, to
That certain tract or parcel of
land containing 7.41 acres, more'
or less, situate lying and being
on the Wilmington-Goldsboro
Public Road and on the Clinton
Falson Public Road about one
mile from the Town of Falson,
In ' Falson Township, Duplin
County, North Carolina, . and
bounded on the N. by the CUn-ton-Faison
Public Road, on the
E. by the Wilmington-Goldsboro
Public Road, on the, 8. by the
lands of the Mallard Estate, and
, - PACKERS ".: '
" - '' Warsaw
, , 7, - -- -- -- -- -- - r.TTTTVTWinrVV
of t -roi
in!; . '
tbf !!' 9
es to a
N. i.j 1
xv. 40 r
said road .
i This land i
This sale 1"
the failure of
Levada Bell a
to pay off a
A deposit of 1
required from th:
Tburthe 28th dav
'i '..-" INTERS1
tee, Durham, N, C.
NOTICE OF COM
, SALE OF L
Under and bv virfn,-
ment o fthe SUPERIOl
Duplin County, made 1
Barnhlll, Judge presiding i a
tain civil action entitled Le(
H. Watkins et al Va T. J. 1
and Foy Brown, et al, do
judgment Docket ?i paj
the .' undersleTierl rami.
will at or about the ho
o'clock PUM., on Monday, I
1935. at the court, houm
KenansvUle North Carol!
ror cash to the highest bit, r I
public auction the following (
crihAri trnnf n.ivul .n i
Beginning at a stake on t
ditch of Poly Branch, Joe Br
ant's Deceased Corner and ru
thence Us line (New line) nor
85 cast 99 poles to a small bi
gum, .his corner -. on bi
line; thence with said line So.
27 east 47 poles to a white i.
bush (not found) thence so;
8 west 120 poles to a water o. .
(not found) at the run of Poly
branch ditch j thence up the run
ditch of said branch as It mean
ders to the beginning, eonta -Ing
32 acres, more or less. ,
Advertised this the th dav , -
April 1935. '
H. EDMUND ROGERS and
A. J. BLANTON, CommiasU.
ers. Mav 2-4t A. j. i
lib' i .';'.-..'.
Having qualified " before tin
Clerk of the Sunerior
Duplin County as Executor of th
iasi win ana testament of L. H.
Pridgen, deceased,, latei of sai f
County, this is to notify all per
sons having claims against the es
tate of said deceased to present
them to the undersigned at Mount
Olive, N. C, on or before the 20th
day of April, 1936, or this notice
will be pleaded In bar of recovery.
All persons indebted to said es
tate are urgently requested to
make prompt settlement '.-',
This the 15th day of April, 1935."
( ALBERT S. GRADY,
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