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PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
.THURSDAY, MAY 2. 1835
Pr. Gccrc- IIsv,Tcrd
. At Kcr.ar.svilla ': -
. L Larjocl
Dr. George Howard, Professor of
Education at the University of N-
C. waa the principal speaKer vw
laCirr - P ri fe e s Ccricrrd
day evening.. He followed ul "L pjflv rWJ. fir1v
theme already Bounded by R. F. - J ImTI.
B. Joyner to. the class sermon
when spoke :of ' Ufe.r Mr.
Howard presented the three philos
MhiM ilfi which were opah to
every inw and tM hta reikrk , i g -t
Zm1 Al Wallace Men
trol your ; life.? theretore . wu
you believe la the important thing
In- life. ,The' robber, of toe; atory
represent one line of though which
Thine: ia mine. Any . thing
that ia unfair to the other
fca .A fc. . t , . . . at at ?
' . t .. ,
" " IT" 7 ' 'w
Walltfcl, destined te e North
The Priest and 1 viU re rent the day lloMay.
aecond philosophy whlcji ia P- K raST eTrid.
ed to the work, Jag
hye ! B,? W red, sold from tS.40 ta in
una jniioBopuy. v y - Pooreat herriM Krhut from t
man to the Bible that Jeaua to iSia lt tote;:
.-i Tin, a DhUAiAnnv at cne t ' - . T--T,T.T., , -
i..crte Of , v .V
f - Hcrry Pickers
6 ia tfc Strawberry
e ker' niMg very acu. ?
k et J'.v iera. County
f-. i ?d.t,.t aa
;,lyt ;' asajstaut
, rv I Cm Viam-
c 'are being
i if Itu'p la ke fields.
A;i . ,
sau.'t i i
tost U i
4oe to 1
Eerrlna I -' s: t fields that
Cwli i picked and
ear k ted I 1 1 ' urday, reached
the Bsarktt 'ay n very
verrlpeMi r.; 'aa iad brtog
"?.r'Mt lov r price thaa
f y-.wekltlf ate. te ea'iiaae.
4 eala Ik. . beta. laade W the
jf , 4litUbtihl for ntore
K: vry li" Stevens Arid
Jclf : C Dawson May; f
ELii? i;;ate Race!
i -h '-
Info n on -came to- our office
th's .v c that jthe long expected
jt- it of a candidate to
c 1 SUtes Senator Jos
iu.i Bailey will be forth
con, 'in a few days. ;At-
tlnot! i bt' officially imnounced
ij t i " scat-observers are' sure
1 1 t J a a. DAwson of Klfiston
v 1 e J -r ti e race against the Sen.
V r.i;t.:.rttwlion is t a former
' t ' .!. a tr the State DemocraUc
i..cu",ive Comfadttee. . " J "
I A' o h a r-any friends in Duplin
t-i... y a..a oves tne state are an-1
jtlouij.y t Utihg announcement
from our- c i Henry I Stevens of
Ware v. J ..f. Stevens, it ia, report- ',
ed. 1 t bed considering; makin
the tuJi f t Dosft time. His folow-
tog over KorUt Caroma, and part
icularly tn tne jrteamont and west
ern r art of the state is 'unusually
Strong; Mn Stevens, it is believed
i wn niuKij ur) cuiuesi poi ior any
one wno enters
l "Also political i prognosugators
a FooL The Philosophy of, theU-
Kerry ana aivui u ,..-...., viii- Koi nhi vim-t T i J " anucm .ireBuu ueiug uiuugiiL,
tog ie sactiflclar life. "If you .are ZJSSZXXTSSi n- tei -t"& tjr "cheWW ta aald, ;on-Judge M. V. Yamhill
misstog the flner thlpga of fe; to3SSi cour
tit fhaf Conrrrjuman Iindsav
.warren Is' definitely out of the raceT
a strong prooaD
Fouitaln wilt not run.
miaBiner rna Tinnr uiiiikb m . . ... . r win Etr '
htn vmt mieht as well be a rwor-A ."-J: V WgU Cfcyftsv holds theW nothing la known vet about what
4 back hog Oft tHe ounUtoa rooting ; Arctoe. roraer-Lltfa.. etovernor-Ehringhaus xpecU to
. 'for acorns",' said, Mr. Howard; as iOO whito iladelDhuV , t' Ci? T- rtMnil do. At any rate It Is almost a sure
, , he .presented the challei. to tb deliver the .4- -hot to. that .Mr.waon of
, riaaa to choos Uie beaty A $4.00 to S5.00 aid some M Wgh aa l4A ' "" , Kinston witf be in the f Ight and be-
The presentation of certmcatea g-S for Blakemore" while rafaaiaarwUI hoWlta'fiaals to- gin hia cajnpaign sooi.,c.,;r.
A flab supper will be held to the
for perfect aitendaicfr waa mad aioaarlea were only bringing' 13.60
ay nev, r . . w. . - r waa.au. . 1 j
k1.nnn.1i iwra hut outatanning were -nrn 7t, fh. uwk mJ . oi t.-t.'ni kau kn' mmA Ar thi PivitimitK rin
three who stood .' alone. ; Mildred Kest day on the Wallace market at been a ' setter' apiary man- rage to Warsaw tomorrow evening
Quinn who, has not missed f Xba time of this' writing, when:fm t e li'.Sama, eitten-'lal tiigO. Te supper; is jinder the
in school for. sbt yeara, Rutb Cm J0.S55 crates were sold. - ' Jaioi(gw a;lalist t ,'Stote 1 auspicea.of the, Warsaw Methodist
rol Nix who has been on tbA b pcea on uw large market for lege.. I v t'.' -j '.Church. Plates wljl be 25a each; ,,.
or rol eyerymonth for alx years,, Mveral days this season bave been . - .rmWmkmimimm . 1 1 1 n m n m,
and Ellen, Southeriand wo-waa rec follows: April 22 $2.40 to T":r - - ' " : ,
scholarsbip average to,ftb high iS.40; 25. $3.00 to $3.90;-2. '$a,0tl ft-; " "Xi-d TO Nation iast' Sunday
achool. 1 . . 1
Thi certificatea .of . promoUost prices are' based on the.Mlsalqnijy
, .from the- Baveath. frada- to the berry. -.' ;? f . . .- j
Il'gh' School' wee. presented 1 toi ''Carlot shipsaenta-ifori t -"""
' f "ty-to: boys and girls by At- Ernited State -to Ap." .
t L A. Eeasley. r i I follows: N, C . ; ia
niia E maa were presented to cars; Ark. 31 cars L.. 4 cars; S.J
t .e mem: r of. the Senior Class c. s cars; Ariz. 1 oar; La-oaf;
by SupU of fchootok X O. Bowmaa Tenn. 18 can. . . . N
i mnA thaaa 1 1 tha Senior Class 'ref TYui-lr UiivmmsI n Ktbrth Pm.
" ' ceivlng ttieaa- diploma were: Ciar. una, has been very heavy through
land. Eivwbawt, eecner bhvctwvb, itye season. $ - 'X'-'--; t'
. Voilx' AhAto. J. ft Bowman, Jr,,- Through Anril 29Ui Wallace baa
8dia. BeUe Alphin, J. B. Stroud,' shipped it cars and 68.011. cratea4
, TrandSvMcLendon andiwrwooo by truck as compared to CauaVl
Mucray. t: ' -, -; v ; - 4 burn's 17 cars and 0341t nto
, Dr. Ceorr e Howard the speaker by truck. The Chadburn market
f tha evening was introduced by Is on the decline now while Walter-
v Prof. W. V.Nftc, Mr. W also ree-f w noimng lis peax.
. " from the. P. T. A. to-the school, (estimated that 7000 acre, of- thF
A Gold Medal offered by the perries wui oe narveatwr for
ifotsi and Pop Club of KenansvUle mercial purposes ,a thousand sere
to the member of the Senior Class above the average for the past ftvv
who had made .the highest average years. , The five year avraga-lai
.durlnr the four years in High this state has revealed that
SchooL i was awarded to Beecher crates " of berries are barve
' Ward Sitterson. Valedictorian: of from aft acre, while thiyear it ir
the classi and." was .presented: to estimated that 129 crate per azrT
him bv Rev. SV L. Goodman. Vice win be harvested.'. Tbto-to srr
4 President of Uje Mom and Pop Club high as compared with lasC ye T
- Attorney iVA. Beasley ; made ,M only 70 crates per awriBBs4
some timely remarks on the actions. picKea, m lm.
, of the , present; legislature. ; and - - According to G W. Sheffleki,
their reaction on the pubUc school pervlsor of ihspectios; om tb WaV-f
- . The most' touching part of the very , weU satisfied: -witb the- orapf
t program was' the gathering of the this season.; With present priceai
faculty and students ox ine scnoot xarmers "can com ear and .show
'In . large circle reaching around some prof it on the crop. There has
, the autjltoriiim, and with teachers been very ilttie complaint, he said.
an4 pupils Intermingling, and with - The season as a whole i around
,t hands Joined in one unbroken chain 12 days-earlier than it was last
jthey sang softly together, "Blest year. The best part of the market
. Be The Tie That Blnda." s : " - will be over by May 8th. V
1 PROCESSING TAX UNDER THE AAA AS IT WILL AKIT.CT
. THE FARMERS OF DUPLIN COCNTy
, ', .There is vHmcik. -beta isievi''tbi iextile manufactures
tit the United States to elimtoate the processing tax . oh cotton.
; which. If eliminated, will mean that the processing tax on all
-other tsommodities- under- the "Agrlciiltural 'Adjustment Act
'will be abolished. ' '. ' '
;; This, means that the expense of the administration, renUl
and benefit payments on an contracts with' farmers will cease,
' unless the funds are secured from some other source, which In
" all" probability can not be done. Manufacturers and dealers in
. farm commodities on which there is a processing tax make the
"claim- thatthe tax has taken away from "theiffl so much of .their.
! proceeds' that they are Unable to operate.' 'f'
The processing tart is levied under the Agricultural Adjust
ment Administration and should be and is passed on' to the ulJ
: tlmate consumer of the farm products manufactured, and is"
- paid by the consumer, the manufacturer and processor acting! .
,only in the capacity of a collecting agency, therefore, It has not
placed any burden whatever on the manufacturer or processor.
, . . i The Increase in cost, to a large extent, of all manufactured
products from farm commodities is caused by the increase in
the cost of labor in handling, transporting, manufacturing, and
the Sale of the manufactured commodities from the farm pro
ducts. Tarrifs, franchises and other means are protection for the.
manufacturer, and have been in existance for many years, and;
. part of which the farmers have paid for the protection f the
manufacturers, and the processing tax on the raw materials of
the farmer in this time of emergency aciupies the same position
as the manufacturer has in the past.
Farmers of North Carolina and Duplin County have ben
efited to the extent that receips for farm commodities in the
State have placed the state In second posilon among all of the
states of the Union, being second only to the state of Texas. '
Duplin County farmers have received in 1834, or since the be
ginning of the adjustment program, with the plow-up of cotton'
and the closing of 'the warehouses- in 1933, more than one-half
million dollars, which nearly equas the price of the entire crop;
produced in 1832. Besides this, the payments received for the 1
crop itself have more than doubled In amount, therefore it Is
the duty of every .farmer in Duplin County to study this ques-'
tion, and -to express himself to his Congressman and Senators
' from this state, and ask for their protection in this matter. '
IlIn Goiinty; To Hold Clinic
,aia i i' -ill' ii r i , n , iM Vini n
1 tii .mmy&n
;...i'i-.i:. tU .'f -"ni i ii-- in iiiuM .-it ii , . " . r
Santa Claus Dead
: Santa Claus. Ind., April 29.
trying to explain to any of Jim
sters today that Santa Claus ia
. For 28 years their letters;
trusttnelv mailed to "Santa
Cuius, N.- Pole." came to blm
by the thousands at Christmas
time. He tried to answer every
- ijames F. Martin, 60-year old
postmaster and patriarch of this
little Homier hamlet, died yes
terday after a paralytic stroke.
The 75 Inhabitants of Santa
Claus,' given Its name by a vil
lage wit 60 years ago, said that
perhaps he didn't look like San
ta but he certainly lived up to
the trust placed In him by chil
dren all over the world,
With the aid of charitable or
ganizations and private citizens,
Martin "tried to arrange it so
they received the gifts they ask
Miss .Margaret' McGowan . of,
Warsaw, supervisor- of tbd t .A
teachers In-this, county annoi.t ed
yesterday that' a commencement.
program will be put, on by the va
rious, classes lir the county in the
auditorium of the Kenansvil&-high
scbr Friday' Bight, 1; ay 10th, at .
7:30 o'clock. The 'students .will give
a program and exhibits ot 'their
work wUl be on display. : v ;
The colorecTERA students will
give their program to the Charles ,
E .Perry school on, May 4t
in Duplin, County tfcsre' are 26
white teachers and 14. colored who
have been working with grown-up
illiterates md . rnderprlyeledges
and kindergarden stllentji.i Only
one nursery school Is Held and that
is at-Faison. Total enrollment of
ERA student -among' the white
and colored. Is over: 1000. .-Their
schools close on May 31st. - '
'"' v '"p. i . i. ; ' -:tov!
iSholar Holding: ;o
Farm Passes '
FVonlno- ilajuea in vocational ;
agriculture are being fceld regular- 1
ly each Thursday night at. a to-
bacco barn. Ton William , Gooding's f
farm! The classes, are conducted by..,
Mr. Sholar, agrlcujtural' teacher at , i
the B. F.. Grady chdotA, large. ".
attendance Is reported each week.'-: '
Classes have been going on for the t
past, six months.' They take' the
form of a round table discussion
and . many problems iTacingi local
farmers are' discusse'd,' Problems '
such as prevention of diseases. Im
proving homes, agricultural organ
izations, cotton and tobacco' pon-
tracts, tobacco diseases and insects
and how to control them, etc., 1
Over 75 farmers hav been en- -.
rolled In the Classes and- meetings ' :
,'win continue through the summer -.
months .being held ' every . other
week. A few meetings have been
held at Oak Grove and at Outlaw's1-
Bridge. ; ':
FHA For Duplin
Getting Under Way
-.; The- DupHn County unit of the
Federal Housing Act, under ; tne
leadership of J. E. Jerrltt Is about
to become a functioning organtea-j
tlon. Miss Virginia Dixon has been
made secretary of the association !
and will be located in the office of
Prisoner Paroled V
Sheriff Williamson received no-
the County Farm Agent In Kenans- -
iuiiiuuo uaiuMvif' vuivBi vvhvvi.w .
In the 1934 term of Duplin" Coun-
13. canvassers have been appoint
ed to make a thorough canvass of
this county and ascertain how
many homes need repairing and
what repairs should be made. A
part of this group met in the com-
ty Superior Court Gardner- '.Was
convicted on a charge of accessory
after the fact to the murder ' of '
Robert. Moore, colored, which was
committed last August in Albert-
missioner's room in the court 1 ""'""' -
house Tuesday and heard a talk He was sentenced to a two year
by chairman Jerrltt in which he term and ordered U work It out in
explained the workings of tile or- , the County home. Gardner1 has
ganization from national head-; been an ( unusually good prisoner,-:
quarters in Washington down thru according to- officers, and has yir
the local county unit. Mr. Jerritt , tually been A free man, going and
gave them pointers for the canvass coming at liberty while doing his
and they are expected to begin , aauy lasxs.
Mrs. Sadie Martin
Dies In Smith's
Horse Runs 4 way 's
I Frank Pickett's horse ran away
Pink Hill N. C.-Jlrs. Sadie yesterday morning and broke- his
neck. No not Mr. Pickett's neck but
Martin, age 46, died at her home h0rse.8 neck. horsefwas
in Smith's Township April 16, mtehed to rf cart and becoming
following an illness of four years, frightened made a wild dasbdown
v IVeaideat Franklin D. Rooseve.t
PreaUeat RaaaavaH bM .hia
Hreslde ehat' with the nation last
SbMAy- sJgbt at'ten o'clock;
Whe " flayed critic f the New .
Desi. Preaidravt Roosevelt said
'" IIihPV -T PJio.lii' 'Xvilta, Mrs. Ada Phelps. Randolph,
J TrV'f ;1? "rtt t 1 formerly of Evanston, Illinois, one
''t-'ntaaW Tn'SI- Rnt,0lP' o' Oakland.
TH,.:-W!,? .."Wl'i CaJUanua and a daughter. ; Mary
t.ea weaaesaay mgni, Apru 24 a Kandoiptt . ) ? ; ';': , X
"'Every prsosv to North Carolina symptoms of tuberculosis, and old
who baa tuberculosis has a right Sanatori cases. .v 'v '.V-.-.'-v...';Vv.
to know it, to be properly treated. . Symptoms of Tuberculosis
for It and to be so supervised that Any of the following symptoms
he will aoi 'communicate the dl- should make you suspicious of hav.
ease to others." McBrayer. u : 'j Ing tuberculosis: ;" :-' 7 S;
IwO-nunureu . auu imnwwi ... w w kcibui, mw u nreusin. , - t P ' . i
ceps of tuberculosis hav been re- Lack of energy and ' endurancev'l;e borne of Mr. ind Mrs. J... L,
ported to , Duplin county ueaitn Jfeeims; urea ana "runaown"; ' a.w. m wm jnto ai v-uapej
Departmeiit since 1U organization, peclaliy la the afternoon or even- l.;;i,'' ailllwood.' Clifrk County, Vir
Cilte r-' ber of said cases were tog. '- v.v. C-yV ':' ' iginlalt'AprU 211699" s'-
d.agnosed previously but only re-, Ir appetite. Indigestion f 8y-1 ? M ItoA)lDb M iL
nbrted recently. ucn IS not a popbib, ' 1- -' J J.7'.J
tru picture of tuberculosis as 10 h A temperature normal or below. Faiiin 14 Wr?i? '
' ner" cent of school children glveti normal in the morning and 89 or a- !- tl:.J:f?P..
that the great task of recovery
could not be done in one day or
1 year but that It waa-definitely
moving forward. Called upon:
Americas people to aupport him '
m this undeiteking. ' i r
To llnwil Outlaw i j
,V JRIoflUment Suriday
The funeral was held at the home
at 3:00, and burial at the Brock
Mrs. Martin before her marriage
was Miss Sadie Pigford. She was
born-and reared near Currie, in
Pender County. ' -
She is, survived by her husband1
and-three children, Forrest, Es
ther and Sammy, and the follow
ing brothers and Bisters, Mrs. Don
nie Wagstaff, of Clinton; Mrs. Joel
Whaley yf Kenans vllle; Edgar
the road. The cart ran up-n the
side of "an enbankment, turning
Sunday, Ma ,5th., 1935
Sunday school . . '. . . .ld:00 A. M.
Preaching ll:15 A. M.
Subject: "The Faith We Need."
Special invltatlonito all to wor-.
ship with us. .
F. B. Joyner, Pastor.
"Ohi Professor", a . home talent
play, will be given in the Warsaw
over and trlping the horse. 1 The high school auditorium tomorrow
horse - fell over' on hla head, snap- night. Proceeds,. will. go for the .ben-
ping his neck 'bone
eftt of the athletic association.
Escaped! Convict Is Caught
N ear Island Creek Tuesday
Deputies Dell and Powell caught
rrvu .i.aTt-. v. emx . 2. r n. -
Pigford, of Teacheys; Exum Pig-' n escaped ctfnrict TuesdaV about "w,M"iS ,Z,.
a.im.h. . J m.,H Pi.l?n .8Cttped ,c.n L" V1'"0:"00"1 nansville waa notified Immediately.
u:au near Miana wweKe ine con- IM and pweU went : in search,
vlct was Robert Morrison wh, es- N u MfeI thrf ,
caped from, Bear Garden- Camp in h o-ai,,
ford of .Rlchlands and Claude Pig
ferd bf Durham.
the tuberculin test reacted posl-, oove in ine arternoon or evening. 'h. Bfi. kii,.
uve w same, n.eaci.u.s w - -""6- - ..-.umj, " year he ha been m road oo
iei aoen uv ww r;--"v -''- .trufi. - Work to Florida The Droeram will v.n,mnr. at
y Kenansville is becoming a pros
perous little town these days. Mr.
W.' M. Brinson is now constructing
a new home on the highway to-
of 'nrSS School WiU be' rto Warsaw, and it is expected
ay SbTwhTtw -Jmvrttod Stofy altternooB , with ' that other homes will be going up
appropriate exercises.',, -.' ... , aoon.
on , the 29th , of
Anrfl M-nrHoAti .vnaflA hja . bona
at the same time two other negroes TWO Wallace Men
attempted a get-a-way. They both i T ', T .j
were shot One got at slight wound j injUfea in ,-ACCiaeni
in the arm, but the other one was1' Wallace! April 30 Dave Camp
so badly shot that he waa 'taken bell and MarceUus B. Pope, , Jr.,
to State Hospital in Ralejgh. for of Wallace who were en, route to :
treatment. y. ' ia Northern market with a truck
Morrison was . sentenced , -to a lo&d of strawberries, were sertous-
Sanford court to & ' three
War & tojured last night near Eliza-
vldual has active tuberculosis, but
ds mean that the sn' 5 1 " ' " :tl
lihg bert Infer 1 v ' r '
vi ' '. h ei'- "-ls t ..u .. . .ii
d!" ' Jual continues to obts.-' if j. j
. L-uetto'the above flnii.. i t
I nth 'Carolina State ant,arlum ,
' e. ' 1 and 1:rs klnr"y co- nt-l
e! rr a one of its f ' to
r if - Koy :
jj v.. a
KAtK Olfrv whitM thAV AM pnnfinpd
Th Kr mm trananaviita mmr. term tor breaking.. Had been tft . hunitnk . ... i -
y couCM-8ttng three weeks or," " "'. . ' .t.T .rr"'!" " Vim-to hTIbJt ' thi fMO-W.'Mr -. ' al -Z!
ous. . : , . i a oi novemoer j34, - je.;;wiao wiu d in cnarge or k. G. r : r - , " : t . ,. ... . - - . " lu t.uoc u.c
v from th i.,-,.' i Nmlly to False Wliair Albert T Outi.w nf'ir. r' ta that E. R. Penney is His. actions :1b. the community bee accurately determined, hd--,JS
wc .a to ttwi?flJS; 11 " ' J,aw,,n t move wmm from; resulted in hi. being : caught. fTh cording to advtoe receiv4 by rel
'oonrul of pure. ,. , ... LtM '"r1 -t aasvllle wlU. ;deltver the, address, weaver's : Bridge here. . The mill convtet, want to.-, tha W M .mJITLm, vii mit.
"ys due to t -, ' , 1. " V Little Elizabeth lordui Outtow.r'amnktvea imlto few DMa.v; -ifr Mr-: Lea dm MW 'na-aMian-rh'a '. . i ki,. : . t..
t services and burial were rf.,.rh-,fvr. M ru.. -w... . " .r, ; T' T . . 7 . " T 7 ?. ' " : .
i,., ah a .I P . " . wui.-1 reuney wiu eraiv wui, iu a store - ana asKea ior iooa. Mrs, (nought to oe suriermr rrom in
ilirlS ' . law MX Olive and Uneal store on the property near the rail- Long was alone at home and was ral injuries" with ttt tontfiUort
.7 '-SiJ descendant of James Outlaw will road crossing oa highway 40. This very much frightened.. She gav regarded as eatremely serious'
", "1 the burial unvBil tha nuinnmuit . v.- 1 . v.i- u. r m V , . . . . . j -
U1WOI I.X ""IT MVUMlKa W Wft. V.. Hi. urn fXI I tKKI mnn UIBI1 ILB WKI1L W P 1T1M. MU mmi . m . lIHLUm
,11s ior many Devotional will be lead bV Rev. Oulnn. Mr... Earlv exwif fa to in. to nnthnr lum in tha mmmiinitv .Lumu ! iin hii MnriiHnn (
l 'n ' -viTid by his,
Abner Outlaw of Elizabeth City.) stall a grist mill also
and asked for clothes. Receiving j very painful It is understood he
the clothes he-' departed for, the is not critically,, injured.
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