To* maw aw
Gateway Gains To Have Shot
Moore ia Sell Defease; Says
Moore Had Declared He Had
Beea Wasting To "Cat Him
Up" for Five Years. Qafioway
Surrenders to Sheriff.
Wilson, July 21?Saturday be
tween ten and eleven o'clock, &
miles east of Saratoga, Wilson
county, A. J. Galloway shot and
instantly killed J. T. Moore, both
white. Galloway came to Wilson
immediately after the shooting
and gave himself up ti the au
thorities, giving in detail an ac
count of the killing and claiming
According to Galloway there
was only one other witness, a
ten-year old negro boy.
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Galloways statement is to tne
effect that while he was at his"
barn on the land of G. C. Thig
pen, on whose farm he is a ten
ant, Moore came up in a drunken
condition, drew a knife and ad
vanced on Galloway. The latter
kept retreating until he reached
the shelter of his barn when see
ing Moore was determined to cut
him he reached for his shot gun
which he kept under the shelter
and fired two loads of number
ten shot into Moore's body, the |
2nd shot causing instant death.
Th 1st shot did not stop Moore,
GaOoway said, and a~*2nd shot
was required, both loads taking
effect in the breast.
A preliminary hearing was
held before Magistrate. Rex Far
mer , at tlmee
lTt< ? j -rr_
Th <T - * j
made about two years ago and
was sent to the State peniten
tiary. He escaped from the pen
itentiary some' time ago^and is
The dead man was about forty
years of age/ He is survivied by
a wife and several children.
GaBowaway told officers that
Moore came up to the tobacco
barn in his automobile and stop
ped the car ob the side of the
road. He called to Gaffoufay and
asked him to crank his car. Gal
loway started to d? so and Moore
said "Don-terank that -?ear",
got out of the car and advanced
upon Galloway saying "I've been
wanting to cut you up for five
j^ftlJoway remonstrated with
the man and Moore replied "I'm
jpipg to cut you up so bad your
I wife won't even know you?
QaBpway said he kept retreating
fc*ra and^w^Moore stffi kjS
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| Davis,At lupine j
Loeast Valley. Long ItUad, N.
T, Is to be th* Democratic c*ptUl
tfcU smmer tot there on htalroS
porch dts Mm W? Davli, Pwd
JJJJjwJJf Thto new picture
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II Dai* Harbor, Maine, July 24.
I?Optomistic reports of the po
litical outlook in Maine were
brought today by William R.
Pattengatt, Democratic candi
date for Governor of this state,
who has an-engagement to con
fer duripr the day with John W.
Davis; Democratic candidate for
Mr. Pattengall was accom
panied by Pulton J. Redmond
who is contesting the seat in the
United States Senate of- Bert
FernaJcU ^v *jk? 'i& A I
The political conference today
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it wwv y.tswjrufty^ ills ?vCvwv?nt"
lis h is ftfr folj. ? tmftfrfi -<JraJt
tq#t) w|?o^ tavp ma^ i lstory. ^Sergt ^
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Men With Mil^ons In North
Are Reported to Have It In
|>Kinston, N. C.?The dreams
of a trunk line railroad from the
North Carolina ooast to the mid
dle west is interesting - New
York capitalists now, according
to a story that has reached a
few of the bankers here. One
local financier has it first-handed
that men with many millions
have been given the details of
uood wflter on ths GftQ6 Fd$>'
& ana p^sed interest
scheme was placed before the
New; Yorkers at the: instance'p* i
one of the wealthiest of them,
accoiding4to an account that has
r?^e & b^n certain aetW?!
ity in this respect for some few
months. Blue-prints are said to
h^ve been made Sere at the sugr
.gesiion oflrcine; of the richest
m^^i north." Somepropo-^
Henry Fdrit last ydairf it is^ said,
and its sponsors received en?;
couragement. The details of thf |
blueprints have never been mad|!
;pnjb ic. They are said to have
beed carefully preserved, if
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business circles iiihat the line
*ould traverse thlatounvry forty
Aift to the Mirth westward,
gross the mountains and termi
Board After Examinations*
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applicants appeared before the
board. Of this dumber, one hun
dred and forty-one took thirl
written examinations and twen
ty-five applied for endorsement
of credentials. There were fifty
three students taking the exam
inations of the first twdy?M&-m
medicine; leaving eighty-eight
applicants taking the written ex
aminations for license.
"The young physicians taking
t^e written examinations, a* a
whole, were possessed of a high
prder of scholarship and profes
sional training, and average
grades ran mpch highgr than ii)
former ye^rs," according to D&
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Mr. W. ?. Cooper, Field Repre
(sentative of American Cotton
Association, to Give Demon
. station in jParmviQe July 31. f
Kinston, N. C., July 21-'24. j
The Bank of JtanViHe,
The Citizens Bank,
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Farmville, N. C.
Mr. W. C. Cooper, the field
representative of the American |
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ciation and the Eastern Carolina ^
Chamber Of Commerce. H?-r| -: 1
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It is our purpose to make j
these meetings just as instruc- t
tive as possible and we hope that ?
Vou will advertise this and get J
as many farmers to attend as j
possible. Mr. Cooper will give
to those present the benefit of 1
'*& experience, and in all proba- ?
bility good results will follow. v
aease notify your operator and j
do such advertising as you may
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Trusting that we may have a ^
good meeting, and with kindest c
personal regards, we are, a
p Yours very cordially, 0 o
N G BiUterr. 1
Sec-Mgr. E. C. Cham. Commerce.
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letts has written to North Car
Mvision urging them to attend*
he the first reunion of the out-*
it since 1921? \fhich will be held,
a Charleston, S. C., 'August 11,
2, and 13.
The letter of General Metis,
rho commanded the 119th In
antry during the World War
/hen the division won fame by?
fcs part in breaking the Hinden
erg line, follows:
"The Old Hickory, or 80th Di
ision Reunion will be held at;;
Jharlestorr, S. C., August 11, 12
nd 13, being the first gathering
f this bunch scheduled since?
"North Carolina did her full
iart in the World War as she;
ias always done, and accredited
erself with glory surpassed by
one. | " - p
?/'^ouareu&ed lb glVti Uil |JU1W
icitjf possible to the coming re-|
nion throughout your section
nd urge service men of the Olct
)ivision to be present, on time.
R"Charlestoil will give all a retff
ood time. Special rates on th<*.
or each one to secure an Identil
cation Convention Certificate,"
pedall^ issued for the reduced !
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ShorA Addresses by the Leading
Bankers ofthe Coonty Added
An Increa^ of ?3,^p;
iflResy^cwShgwi, .-,, j
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- (Greenville Reflector, July 19);
An increase ofthreemillkin
dollars in the resources of Pitt *
County: Banks from December!!v
30th, 1817, to December '30th,
1923// was, shown in the wgort
of M*/ % &, Willis, secretary
of thc fitt ^Riuty Bankers' As
sociation at a :meeting last night
at which time the association
^feertained about fifty directors .
of various banks in the county.
1 Tbemoeting was held- ih the >
local. Rotary home and'was pre
sided over by Mr. G; W. Pre&
coi?, of Ayden, president of the
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t omWMR We ae
lightful dinner the president ex
tended words of welcome to the
guests andcahed upon Mr. J. R.
Turnage, of' Ayden, for an ad
dress. Mr. Turnage briefly, out
lined the history of the banking
businoss and spoke on the bank's
relationship to ?jts. customers.
Mr. Tumage's address was fol
lowed bymmdf Hoh. f!. CJ.:Hajd- ;
| ipg, ;of -tb^i'City, Whose subject
was the? ^eree:;ef that of the
fikst speaker; it being "The.com
njiunity's responsibility to its
banks."t Oonfidencewas the key
riote of both-theaddresses; the
lit fos^d v;
nring a resolution similar to that''
tior. relative to modification of
the State tax on banW deposits.
e W; bftw*'
Gdnnty araociatioi^ submitted a
iidfift s((<finng ah mereaije at
approximator thhee miiaiA dot
t iijhty Trahla 'm the1'past Si*
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