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THE TIMES COVERS DU1 LIN LIKE fA feOOF
KENANSVUXEVN. O, 'J.
I PUSHED EVERY THURSDAY
, THURSDAY, AUGUST lit, 1985
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Special to The Times) "
Whitevllle, N. C, July 81st
j-.i 01 me zioraer ceil upei
fiie sale oT leaf tobacco Thursday
ii. irnlng, August the ' 8th.. Sales
will start promptly on the stroKe of
nine and when Whiteville's seven
scores, or more, tobacconists start,
' down the long seemingly unending
. rows of tobacco that will be spread
on the floors of this city's six ware
houses, the. banner season of the
Whlteville market will have begun, i
And the thousands of tobacco gro
wer who will flock to this, '.Jthelr
preferred tobacco market, will find
eorp of the ablest and most ex-,.
perienced warehousemen In theto,
bacco.' world . here ready to offer,
them everything they can wish fo;
ltt' tne way 01 prompt-, emu msi
service. When they nave aepaneu
with1 their checks they will leave
,1 Whlteville feeling that they have
received the highest market price
sthe buying companies are paying
vfor their money- crop.' ." . those to
t bacco growers who have patronized
.'the Whlteville market in the past
will have the same feeling of sat
isfaction as they did during the j
,'paat marketing season ,- and the
d many new comers who will be here i
will go home convinced that, they
have at last found a margei. uuu
' is the answer to the tobacco grow-
" ers Braver. '. . . a market where
' prices are always high; where pric
"i es are always stabilized, and where
' immediate attention to every pa
1 tron Is the rule of the market. .
" Whlteville Is fortunate In hav
f ing six sets of warehousemen such
as the tobacco growers will find on
" this market They come to White-
'."e yearly from the largest mar-
s in otner aeaa . xne.it opo,
and in every, instance -these
i are the outstanding warehou-
1 J tllU 1U WA.V ...u v. v 'Tr 1
men on their respective markets.
w 4.t..i.t. ir tmiin
born and raised in a toDacco envir-; .
onment and their names are aKuna to nappen.-.-.,, s-
ways first -menUoned when tne sale 1 Thousands upon thousands every. ,
" I of leaf tobacco is the subject of the l where working amid their , daily ,
'conversation. Crutchf ields . Ware-with minds .thoroughly
.house, Farmers Warenouse,' . i-eas
Warehouse, : Nelsons .Warehouse
- the New Star Warehouse andTug-,
-gles Warehouse are the six, ware-',""""" wewuiouwijuiai formed the Joint congregation -t
houses that will operate here this"! thrown oyer us, and is now settling,. onc that ne would , be unable ;t0
season.-. " ' ' i ' Aovn' covering-the.enUre U. 8.-A:afccept the wk1thee at yjne
, Crutchf'ield's Warehouse will be J ut Rt,ful- hea,th: Mr.aontz 'has ' been, working , in
operated by Messrs. Paul Taylor , ful sunlight, causing a dense stifl- thW field and helping "them get
and Everette Matthews ot Winston Jf gloom nd actual death, Qnce ppy ministers 'since the Vesigna--Salem
and Raymond and Gaifher before this mighty blanket known uon of Rev.. R s. jQhnston last
: Crutchf leld of Reidsville." Messrs " legalized liguor settled over us,, year, and all the people in both
Taylor and Matthews formerly op- people came tft their oen- . tCwns were very much disappoint
, erated a warehouse on' the Kings-! fu " " wf utla,wd; , ed at Mr Clontz's decision.
. tree market during the . Border on toe P?; , Mr. Clontz will preach at War-
Belt season, but seeing a brighter EjfITwh(A "Ued MCT ? 8aw Presbyterian Church next Sun.
future ahead for the Whlteville to- BM ARE DEAP( the others be- day-morning. ,
bacco market, more than for any
other market in the Border Belt,
. .-m. hPW Thev are both the
type of warehousemen who go on that will surprise, you. ;t1.jrH
..aTebiddonevery grad, l.
4 the top. They make on of the har-
''SSSS TtStSS' Pape'r.ntmis. : time, WateMelon .Cutting at the
: TOe CtdifieuTbW ' Riv-!ln copy,.. regardless .whether, meeting of the Mon and Pop club
one of.'the South's outstanding to- top and think, 'inventory, J JSSLT
K.r.i.. ' . r.itht. w rviitPh. consider. Let us see which is right, isongs and games. Insplratiopal ad-
rKldsvlUe ? C anT tot Vf to dresses wlU be in order. Matter of
h!v wn Trtrrt 'nTw ' SET THE CONSCIENCE OF MEU business wlU be discussed ana all
-have, been well trained in, tobacco, . T ',. .,,..., ,H n.nu nr..
by Mr.. Qrutchifled. They are the,
utchfled. Thev are the
Farmers warehouse Is one of the
new additlonfl to' the- Whlteville
market' and this house will be op-1
erated by L. R. Jackson and Frank ; Tuesday announced tjie ; appoint- IX)NG RlpGE ITEMS
W. Jackson. L. R. Jackson is widej ment of Samuel Ingram as post-1 , v , '. -0 . , .
ly known thrpughout tbe Border master at .Burgaw,, Mr, Ingram is J , ; M E Godwin of Mlcrofljl
Middle and Old .Belts; having been the son of the late' Sheriff Ingram d his' appointment at the F. WB
on markets ln all three. Mr. Jack- of Duplin. ' r .V ' church here Saturday and Sunday
son, a man who was one time a The appointment should please... Mf T p. - H111-, and daughter
tobacco grower .himself, . under- the Pender County people if they 'Caljie' were' at Wilmington Satur
stands the problems of, the. farmer consider. what Duplin has done, for ' .'-,,.(- - ,
. ... he knows the time, labor and several of Us sons in the way of : jjf 'and Mrs W ' R. Singleton
ci;.ense it takes to grow a crop positions. Mr, Ingram isvery pop. Leslie "'Outlaw and Mlso
"q ne reiusea to let a single dusk- ,
t of i tobacco, sold in his ware-
i nine, go to a buyer for less than lis being protected. . . that Harry
: ; actual worth. Frank W. Jack- Lea has just put the highest, pre
i is the son of L., R, Jackson, vailing market price on a basket
'it tobacco, by his father, of tobacco rather than see It go
it is fast becoming a master for less. f
conist .himself. . -, Nelsons Warehouse is a ware-
l as Warehouse is owned and , house that is an institution on the
Lted by' Harry G. Lea, Harry Whlteville Market. Owned and
is one of the boldest, most ; operated by Matthew Oliver Nel
rroua warehousemen on the son, Srf of Danville, it is a house
cured markets. There is a big ( that has catered to the tobacco
l"inrring in his warehoused . .'growers of the Border Belt -for
it On Pappy" is the word- nearly twenty years. Mr. Nelson is
( tills slprn and this favorite a man that has been Instrumental
in of Harry's, while , on in the' building of the Whlteville
,t the heart of the to- ' tobacco market, and because of the
, . " rr it is hr-srd. fine ChriM' i life he has led, and
r It On
s ' t he I
Did You Know?
' That Duplin County has a
NEWSpaper pubUghed at the
County Seat? That The' TIMES
reaches every', corner of the
eeeatyf That the circulation of
the TIMES has been built since
January 1st, 1985 and is a Bona
Fide list of paid, subscribers T
That the large: nuBiberv-of 25c
trial subscribers added during
the first three months are being
rapidly, renewed T That since the
mailing list was revised In Feb
ruary' less: than 20 subscribers
names have been dropped from
the listT That the TIMES has
carried more Inches of adver
tising representing more busi
ness houses :-' than ; any other
newspaper In Duplin County
since January 1, 1835? That n
this Issue, of the TIMES over
40 advertisements ; a-p pear?
That the publisher of the Times
will gladly furnish a copy of the
entire mailing list to any adver
tiser" requesting ttfThatAD
VERTISING In the DUPLIN
TIMES, Duplin County's News
paper, actually brings" results T
Advertise in and read the DUP
LIN TIMES, published at Ken-
ansviUe. "TheTIMES Covers.
DupUn Like Roof." . ' : , i
! By DR. ZENO B. SPENCE
; niiotknvn V 1 n. ' . ' '
, Goidskoro, N, V. , -
! uonrjnee nas - oauneu
strange things to happen than any,'
thing else on -earth. That 's . why
Th rtnriRr-tenen Movement of Gold-
IsborcK. C was -organized; -There
... , . . A
walking about With conscience, and,
once we can net j w u-
activities of life. uhtU they are only
muuy-.wufwuu w ms",:ir:
came careless and now I have i
al talk for you.; I want to jglve
J t will be astonishirig,;
"lni our Nation. The Dry's say it 1
. . ,
, ' -
Sam Ingram Gets .
i . r,-.'T (tfin
U ' liUrgaw UlllCe
s Representative Graham Barden
uiar in r euuer vuuuij.;
becnu.te of bin
y years of ex -
: - ', (Special to-the TIMES)
: Clarkton-The- Clarkton Tobatico
Market, 'though small in compari
son to some of the other markets,
will open the 1935 season next
Thursday in high spirits and will
bid for its share of Jthe business
this ' season. ) The : i market takes
pride in calling attention to : -the
fact that Hlb year pricey averaged
'as mucn as $z.uu ,-per .... nunareo
' higher than .'some .of I the. larger
markets. .:).. , '
Warehouse operators'-have gone
to . extra trouble this year, to put
the. buildings, in tip., top .shape! and
the -market ready for the opening.
The Hester and , the ' Star Ware
house particularly is inviting Dup
lin County farmers to sell with
them. " ,
"t i i I i," O- i .Hi i 4',
: Telephones In Sight
If f- t i0 ' '- ' .
y Ths Carolina Telephone and Tele
graph Co. are. in town this week
ielting'telephone poles and making
plana to begin' the instalation of
the telephone system. They are
-planning- 4e use-the latest- In tele-"
phone development In the servlco
here, and will use . the -automatic
nwltch board which will be installed-
out of . doors on . Seminary St.
Plans are betnev made to .extend
this Service through' out "the coiun-
ty. which wUl mean a great saving ;
rt. mi. .r th. ,,nt wifhf
the Use of the telephone emererencv
calls caiL-be corripleted in half tho
time, and lives . can; be saved ' in
h8 shortened time, that it will
aK e tne service oi a aocior
.q Biirnlanted bv -Just i opening branches-- n KenansvUle,
g surplanted by Just mgnot, If thelpeople
I V l ' ,n those jcUcmuniriet
.... ' 1 - , T7.n w " "4tri- ' r i.wi.Ii..i' ii-u...
au VlUllIX ' r - -
.LaIleu TO WarSaW-
Rev R a caontz, of Wilmington
waa aaked ueCOme pastor of
nurcnest a meeimg new sun-
day morning in Faison. Mr. Clont2
was present! at the service and, i
- P., J. Dobson and Alton Newton
h.tfa -nllnlim.pH ' m.ntf fm m
J"' - . V'' . ..." "-".
ons. All home builders are Invited
and all men 'are asked to bring
one or more water mellons for the
occasion. ; '.,,,
Emma Sutton were at Woodland
Lake Sunday afternoon. .' ' s J
- Mr. and 'Mrs. Ivey Summerlin
and Mr: and Mrs. Erving Hill were
at Carolina Beach Sunday. ,;
c-Mr. and Mrs. P. L, Grady visited
Mr. ahd Mrs. T. A.;- Jernigan ot
Bethel Sunday. ",
We are sorry to know that Mr
Aga Whitman was - stricken with
Paralysis Sunday. -
"Miss Lorene Parks of "Sevan
Springs was a visitor here for the ,
week-end. i i " , . i
More than 80 tons of triple su
perphosphate supplied by the TV A
will, be used on demonstration '
1 farms in Henderson County- this
'e - mrner. ' '
"- : "
THE ., EDITOR ' ,
As one ridel down t4ie country
lanes lrr Duplin, today hia.mulsdal
instinct immediately recalls ; that
famous. Southern song of recent
months '"Along , Tobacco Row.") I
wonder if the composer of this
song ever-renl'y .saw a- tobacco
row. 'As the '). mry goes, Stephen
Foster, com' .r of "Old Black
Joe", "Myr: M Kentucky Home",
"Old Folks At dome", and many
other Southern ballads, was' bofn
in the. North and never saw the
Southland.' 1.4 '
, V, i,TA ,
' ' With the opening of the Bord
er Tobacco JMafkets next Thurg-
' ' day a caravan of trucks, laden
with. the money weed, is expect-'
ed to be seen moving towards :
f. Whlteville and' Clarkton from
Dhplln County.; Growers have
been ., yery pusy during recent
vveeks harvesting and curing the
weed and are in much need of
some ready cash. The majority
of our tobacco, of course, Is. sold
on local markets, but 'the clolse
proximity' Of : Whlteville . anil:
Clarkton makes the temptation
too strong to wait another three '
weeks. - " 'jl .
. Smiles will be seen on the fa
ces of , many ' merchants .next
week too,: for with the opening
of the 1935 . tobacco season In
Carolina another year of Roose
velt prosperity will be with us.
V ys we -recall "the deplorable
condition , only a; short time ago
when' President Roosevelt Went
into offices It' seems as if a ml-
Talking with -Mr. Thompson,
cashier of the Branch Banking and
Trust Company In Warsaw, 'this
morning, Mr. Thompson ; . stated
--, ' r. ---r
t his bank wu still considering
-,m,B wi uiejiwuuv u
I to come in. It is the' purpose-of
Branch, institution tp serve; the
people of Dunlin Countv in every
way possible, he stated, if the peo-1
pie desire their services, but he,
added, they were not prone to fore-
mg themselves on any community
and are very anxious to have ex
pressions from the citizens as to
It Is beginning to look. as if
Rose Hill, .Magnolia and Teachey
are really (about to get some rec
ognition. , They are no longer is
olated from the rest of the coun
ty and State as) far as attention
'is concerned. Last week a dele-
gation appeared before the
State Highway and Public
Works Commission and asked
that the road from, Warsaw to
Wallace, ' via the three towns,
be hardsurfaced. Mr. Capus Way
nick, chairman of the . Board,
promised the delegation that he
'and members of the. staff Would
visit the towns next week and
.look, into the matter further.
Aiding their cause considerably
is Senator Rivers Johnson of
Warsaw. Senator Johnson was a
popular member of the last Gen
eral Assembly nad his Interest In
the matter Is very encouraging,
to many. . ..
The News and Observer became
somewhat Interested last week
also when it published an edito
rial which purported to' be
gainst the proposition, ; taking
the' attitude that the road Iwas
being asked for purely, for the
convenience of idle .motorists.
The editorial was Immedlftteiy
H-J i. 111
towns and the News and Obser-
veri published the reply also mo
dlfying Its tone of last. week. . .
. A group of citizens from the .
two .towns met in Rose Hill Tues '
day night and discussed the mat-.
'ter further and appointed a cort-,
mlttee to entertain Mr. Wayni'ck ;
,and his party next week.. '')
: ,'v They .-may not get tHeXt road
but they are certainly making t
up. This might be a lesson to I
. other communities In ' Duplin.
-Where the 'citizenship' Is asleep ;
the community -cannot' expect,:
much attention, because'; your j
next door neighbor may be sleep
ing with pne eye open. ' , '
J :-' o .j f
In 1024, one acre of .lespedeza
WM planted in Alexander County;
in 1935, there are 5,366 acres plant
ed. , This la 14.2 percent of the cul
tivated land in the county.
i, , , o
Alfalfa produces the highest qua-
llty of hay that can be grown in
' North Carolina,; say livestock '' ex
perta, ' ' ' ' i.
, ;"" -" '-'? : " ;,"; . .;,. 'J
ilo Exteha SiarveyrlnrSectioKr
Interested In E!e ct r if i csi t i on
Project; Funds Now Available
" v v.
. ..,:' PLANE. CRASH'.
Two-men on a short pleasure
cruise crashed to the. ground Sat -
urday in a Soya bean, field in Tea -
jVmv. HArhffirr "MAwkirlr -thi ;nlln'.' I
was. playing stunts and came too
near the ground to take the turn
In the air. Lucky the pilot,. New -kirk,
was not injured at all and
his companion,' Arthur Fussell re
ceived .minor cuts on the face.
The wings Of the plane were torn
Mr. and Mrs. O.
T. Teachey and
B"iy' M? i- f11886! '
and children spent the week end.
at Salemburg visiting Mrs. Teach
ey and Mrs. Fussell's father1, 'Mr.
. Mr. Manuel McMillioh of Greens
boro is spending a few days witt
hid no rcf Aflw n n H HATn L-
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. R.
Mr. Graham Wells of Washing
ton, D. C. came home to attend
the family reunion at his mothers,
Mrs. Ellen Wells.
Mr. Graham Ennis of Washing.
Cm 8P rriL18;
mother, Mrs. H. P. Ennis, who is
Mr. Chas Hearn has been spend
ing some .time with his family at
ftlr. and Mrs. J. B. Wells and fa
mily spent Saturday at the White
The Teachey Home Makers Club
met at tba heme of Mrs. J. L.
Wells, Tuesday, July ,23rd at 8:00
ociocK. xweniy-inree , memrjew
We present. The meeting was
Mrs. J. I . Wells. The club sang
"Blest Be The Tie That Binds" af.
ter which ft repeated the club Col
lect. The Minutes were redd and the
roll was called, each member ans-
! wering with some one thing that
i could be done to make bur com-
munity a better place in which to Albertson. ! sunacing me roaas or tne coun-
live. v i Mrs. Chesley Williams visited ty- The sand on some of these
Under the head of old business, her daughter Sunday, Mrs. Amos , roads Sets 80 deeP at timps tnat
the Jibrary was open for people to Lanier. I travel is very uncomfortable so
receive books on Thursday after, i Miss Mayo Williams is spending the state is now usinS convct la
noons from four to five o'clock, several days with Mr. and Mrs. Dor to make these roads better.
Mrs. McSwain told us that the ap- Amos Lanier. clay is belnS Pu' on the road in
plication for funds to build a com-! Mr. Arliss Albertson spent Sun-' the8e sand beds and is cut in with
munity building had been filed. , day with Mr. Norwood Norris. a dlsk th,us mixing the sand and
The program consisted wholly
I of the reports from the project lea -
Iders. They were as follows: Food
I Mrs. Jchnnv Blanton- YBrrfa Mio
Idell Fussell: Gardens. Mrs. S. r.
Turner; Clothing, Mrs. D. H.
ey; Health, Mrs. H. D. McMillan;
Child Development, Mrs.- C. S.
Bowden; House Furnishing, Mrs,
Edgar Wells; Recreation, Miss Ka
tie Page and Education, Mrs. E. G.
Farlow. On voting, Mrs. Edgar
Wells won first prize, a trip to
After the program the hostesses
served, Watermelon and the club
adjourned to meet again with Mrs.
D. H. Boney in September.
Piney Grove ' News
Mr. Tommies Stroud, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Wiley and Bonnie Jon
es were Tjusihess visitors iri Mt'
' Mr. Tessie Wiley is spending the
week end near Deep Run with re
latives, f "'
Mr Ashlie -Stroud was a 'visitor
Cif Vila fanM QA .i..4 tr
L","UBJ' "' v'
Those" visitilig the Jones girls
Wednesday night were Mr. Ernest
Deaver, Mr Jack Caly and Mr.
Earl Stroud. " - ;
Many enjoyed, the chicken fry at
Mr. Melvin strbud's Saturday night
Little Durwood Wiley spent Sati
urday with his cousin, little Miss
Evelyn Jones. v' ' '
Amontr those from thf
visiting White Lake Sunday wero Parker Herring, ,42 acres on Indi
Mr. ; Ernest -Deaver . Bonhie jonB IK Branch.
Earl Stroud, Verda.Jories Fletav
Deaver,' Julia 'Jones. M m
and Gertrude Deaver. Thev visited
vvooaiand jake also.,,
' Mr. and Mrs. Needham Stroud
spent Friday nightr.wlth Mrs.
Stroud's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Simpson Harper.-1 . ,
A third Tonsil Clinic Will be held
in the Kenansvllfe 'school- building
on the 22nd, according to announc
ement by Dr. Gooding; today. Those
interested are requested to notify
Dr. Gooding or the County Health
I BURTON ITEMS
, . q i ' - v
Mrs. Riley Raynor who lias been
very ill is now improving: ' ' '
1 Mr. and Mrs. John E. Albertson
(were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Har -
per Dail Sunday. "'-' ' have been interested in the Rural
Miss Fonnie Mae Nethercutt .Electrification work and have even
was the guest of Misses Lillie and made an attempt to see that a
Dorothy Albertson Sunday. power line was established in a
Mrs. J. E. Albertson spent Sat- number of communities throughout
urday night with her daughter, the county. It is now the plan of
Mrs. Jacob Williams. the Rural Electrification Survey
An enjoyable outdoor dance was Committee to forward to the Coun
own h mv r-hpw wiiiinm. Sn. ty Farm and Home Agents a suf-
!,.,, ,t,f , " ui.. t n.
"a" Albertson and Lizzie BatU.
. onm f th ,Mt w-.
Misses Dorothy, Lillie and Virginia hem.
Albertson, Mary Miljer, Sarah County-wide and State-wide pub
Sandlin. Adeline Edward. Scnora ,lcity is to be Siven this movement
and Ullian Lanier. ' Leona Lanier.
Mae Mb&TtB Uzzle Batt '
Fonnie, Mae Nethercutt, Lillian
Albertson, Dorothy Sanderson,
Tona Thigpen, Nannie Mae Bat-
chelor, Louise Pickett, Messrs O.
Q. Lanier, Charles Rainer, Gur-
man Guy, Marion Lanier, Henry
Lee Woodcock. Marion Bradshaw.
Ramon James Hyden Seawe.l, Jo-
aenh Rrinkiv Murnn Rrmvn Ar -
thur, George and Junior Lanier,
Lester Batts, Dick Brown, Nor-
man Williams, Paul Hunter, Sam
Kenedy, Willie Futeral, Claude
Henderson, Jessie Nethercutt, J.
E. Albertson, Isom Lanier and
(Lawton Albertson. Music was fur-
nlshed by Arthur, George and John
, William Albertson. All reported a
Little Miss Geraldine Norris
W1 aday nightwlth her cou-
Mrs. Lewis Pickett was honored
by a number of her friends, Sat -
Miss Lonia Mae Albertson SDent
Saturday night with Miss Ullian
I o I
! Outlaw's RriH ro I
UUlUIW S DrlUe
1 The Mission Circle will hold its
regular monthly meeting
Bon-!Ml88ea Lucv Ellthe
Saturday afternoon. All members
are urged to be present and visi-
tors are welcome.
Misses Ruth Hinson of Monroe
and Lucile Walker of Waxhaw
were guest of Miss Annie Mavwell
several, days last week.
Miss Elithe Outlaw has returned
home from Boone where she attend
ed Summer School.
Mr. L. W. Outlaw, Mrs. J. H.
Parker, Helen and James Parker
spent Sunday with Dr. and Mrs.
E Benf Vn wuram; J
Mt. Olive visited in the home of
TWra .Tennptta'a hrrttho Mr T M !
Parker Sunday afternoon.
Miss Rachel Outlaw returned
home Sunday from Mars Hill Col-
lege where she attended Summer
Real Estate Transfers
W. L. Merritt and wife to L. M.
i Sanderson, 4 acre tract in Magno
Herman Merritt and wife to Da
vid H. Carlton, one acre tract neai
John R. Crooms and others to
Attentive Coffin and Casket Com
pany, two lots.
, S. L- Warren and wife to Clean
Gurney p- Hood Commissioner,
for Farmers Bank and Trust Com-
! Wallace, to Roy Dixon, 8
acres in Island Creek Township,
E. J'. Johnson, Commissioner and
J. C. Thompson, Trustee, to Wil
liam Francis Brice, 685 acres in
L. C, Carlton to Chaucy Carlton
two tracts, 47 acres and 35 acres
in-' Warsaw; Township, .
W. H. Hall, Mortgague, to E. P.
Blanchafd, lot in Rose Hill.
F. F. DeVane and M. C. Lewis and
wife, to S. D. ' Wooten and E. M
Thompson, lot in Faison. .'
- J? E. Williams, Trustee, to L W.
Lane, 16.9 acres in Faison Town-
- f o
The Rural Electrification Survey 1
'Project has hud its funds Supple-".
meiueu in oruer 10 enaoie a sur-
vey to be made in those communi-'
ties not included in the previous'
' Many people in Duplin County
ficient number of copies of a preli-
binary survey reports so that in-
terested communities can get
but every interested community
must submit this preliminary re-
. i m
Prt w ine ruueign oince oi tne
survey in order to be considered.
11 appears that this will be only
opportunity of this sort that the
various communities will have to
have their conditions looked into
DV "urai aieciniicauion our-
1 ine lniormation to De sent to tne
state ottlce is as follows:
Total length of proposed lme in
miles and tenths of miles by
speedometer reading; names of
tnose who desire power and the
following information regarding
each subscriber: owner or tennant,
whlte or neBr. number of rooms
ln house, number of people living
in house; number of other build
ings to be lighted, electric applian-
ces expected to be used and if
- " V 0 lUr -
&late "ignway system is using
the Duplin County Convicts in top-
""J- "nen 1,118 pacReu u
makeS a r0ad that is 63 smootn as
hard surface. At present work is
in progress near Red Hill. The
road from KenansvUle to Summer
lin's Cross Roads and from there
on to Beautancus has had its dress
ing and is in fine shape. Wevk of
a similar nature had been done on
the road leading from Warsaw
, down the railroad to Wallace. This
! road had been in a very bad state
!of repair and the present treat-
ment will make it as a first class
Other convicts are being used to
i clear the brush and weeds from the
highways and first class dirt roads,
Former Duplin Man
Buried In Virginia
j Goldsboro Funeral services for
i j s Jones formerly of Duplin
county, were held in Newport
Newg on Sunday. His body was
I fniinH in a- H vv tipq r Mouvnnrt
News on Saturday morning.
Relatives in Faison believe that
Mr. Jones suffered a sudden heart
attack, fell into the river, and was
drowned. He was fully clothed.
Mesdames F. F. Warren, P. G.
Adams and Vinie Adams of Faison
are Bisters of the deceased. They
with their husbands, attended the
There will be preaching service
at Hallsville Sunday morning at
H:oo and at Stanford Sunday af
ternoon at 4:00. The public is most
cordially invited to attend these
Remember your Sunday school,
and be sure and read over twice 11
Kings chapters 22 and 23. This
deals with Josiah, The Religious
NEGRO SHOT IN SMITH'S
' John Wilson, Negro, was shot by
u uarr, , anouier iNegro, in sr
drunken brawl in Smith's Town
ship Sunday evening. He was shot
with a 32 Distol. the ball enter.
ing his side. He was carried to a
Department. ' ' , , '
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