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' Ir-tall&cr.is to.Po Paid In DceeirJbsr I&rsh and
AUeliave toNcw Plait ,sui.i,I .
, .Aircotfcin ginners And warehouse
men. 3jPerquintansC re
",,f celved pwlSmrnary instructions, per
' taming, .to 198$ cotton price, adjust
" man payment, , J whiek they, are
" nrrt to bear to mind that the pay-,
taeni does not exceed cents per
pwuad end that the iarmers - should
r SMSoefltt on all cotton above 7-S Inch
' "ittiddlfag.' ' t V
4e In jnaking appflcatiou for, a price
' adjustment payment,1- producers are
required, to Bubmit galea tm. a form
which will be sent ;out f rom Wash,
fogton. These forms call tor the fol
': lowing information: Bales - of lint
" cotton-purchased; gnxms weight in
cluding bagging and ties; amount of
teed cotton purchased; seed cotton
expressed in pounds of lint; price
- per pound paid producer; total value
of cotton; less charges; ajnount paid
The object of the plan 1b to assure
producers, insofar as possible, a re
turn on the average of 12 cents per
pound, basis 7-8 inch middling, for
their 1935 crop sold prior to August
The adjustment payment per pound
to each producer will be the amount
per pound by which the official aver
age base price on the ten designated
pot cotton markets is below 12
cents per pound on the date of sale
of the cotton, but in no case shall the
payment per pound exceed 2 cents.
. In ease the cotton is not sold by July
81, 1936, but is on that date under
the 10-cent loan, . a similar . adjust
ment payment will be made in the
. amount per pound by which the of
ficial average base price on the ten
designated spot cotton markets is
I below 12 cents per pound on July 81,
1936, less loan carrying charges, but
in no case shall the payments per
pound exceed 2 cents.
The ten designated spot markets
are: Norfolk, Augusta, Savannah,
, Montgomery, Memphis, New Orleans,
Little Bock, Houston, Dallas, and
Cotton producers should be in
instructed to insist upon receiving
I from buyers the premium due them
en cotton which is above average is
" grade and ataple length.
Producers will lose if they sell pre
mium cotton for the price paid for
middling . 7-8, inch, cotton in the be-
, Kef the .price - Adjustment payment
trill compensate them for their better
' rradqand staple' length. ,
p Forexmaple, the average price for
'-white middling 7-8 inch cotton in the
flO spot markets on September 10
, was 10.60 cents per pound. If a pro-
dncer sold on that day, the govern
jji stent will pay him a difference of
140 cents per pound.
He would receive this payment of
1.40 per pound even if he sold pre-
mlum, cotton on September 10 which
brought him 12 cents a pound or
y Payments will be made throughout
the eotton year based on the amount
kef the producer's cotton sold up to
and including; July 81, 1936, which is
not in excess of the producers iSSo
Bankhead allotment, to each producer
who ia participating in the, 1935 Cot
ton Acreage Adjustment Program.
Producers who before August 1, 1939,
sell cotton from their' 1935 crop but
who do not have a Cotton Acreage
Adjustment Contract for 1935 or
who have not complied with, such a
contract Jn 1935. may make applica
tion for Cotton Price Adjustment
Payments based on -the amount - of
their cotton so sold which is not. in
excess of their 1935 Bankhead allot
ments, but such payments cannot be
made to such a producer until he has
entered into ' and complied in 1936
with a Cotton Adjustment Contract
Applications based on eotton. sold
prior to August 1, 1936, must .. be
made not later' than August 15,
1936. Where .the .cotton is not sold
by July 81, 1936, but is af that date
under the 10-cent loan, payments wuj
be made after July 31, 1936, to pro
ducers on the amount of cotton which
is, on July 31, 1936, under such loan,
but carrying charges will be deducted
from the producer's . payment and
paid to the leading agency.
Following are answers to seme
questions which have already arisen
in connection with the plan:
Q. Who is entitled to secure Cot
ton Price Adjustment Payments? ;
A. Any .cotton producer whose
1935 production is junder a Cotton
Acreage Adjustment Contract (Form
No. Cotton 1 or 101), with the Secre
tary of Agriculture in effect for the
year 1935 and who agrees to partici
pate in the 1936 Cotton Adjustment
Program of the Agricultural Adjust
ment Administration under the Agri
cultural Adjustment Act, or as pro
vided under the answer to question 2.
Q. Can any Cotton Price Adjust
ment Payment be made to a pro
ducer who in 1985 does not have, a
Cotton Acreage Adjustment Contract
or who failed to comply with such a
contract into which he had entered
either in 1934 or 1935? i
A. He may make' application for
such payment but cannot be certified
to and receive payment nntil he has
executed a 1936 Cotton Adjustment
Contract and complied therewith.
. Q. Who makes the application i for
Cotton Price Adjustment Payments?
A. The person (s) who made the
1935 Bankhead application or his sue
cessors in interest will execute Form
No. C. A. P. 2.
Q. What will be the rate of payment?
A. The rate of payment will be
the amount per pound by which; the
official average base price of cotton
on the ten designated spot cotton
markets is below 12 cents on the
date of sale of the cotton. This rate
cannot exceed 2 cents per pound. -
Q. Can an application for Cotton
Price Adjustment Payments be made
if no cotton has been been sold?
Q. What will be the status of
I ' It
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of July 81," 1" : J, v " ' i rV t! -1 "?; te j : ' '
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A. The prod-.r, if he is
eligible, obtain Ce C::. i Prke Ad
justment Payment. The rtta ef pay
ment will be the amo.:. t per poui;2
by which the official average . base
price of cotton on the ten designated
spot cotton marL li t.'.ow 12
cents on July 81, 1 , v.hkh rate
cannot exceed 2 cc J rr pound.
From the total amov-t cf t.e pay
ment there will be L 1 A;i far the
lending' agency all carry 1.: charges
which have accrued against this cot
ton. - - If such charges are less than
the' amount of the Cotton Price Ad
justment Payment, the. difference
will be paid to the producer. If such
charges are greater, no payment will
ha mada to the nrodurcr . '
, Q. Sow will Cotton Price Adjust
ment Payments be divided among in
dividual producers on a farm who are
entitled to share therein? " , ,.
A. r One check covering each appli
cation will be made to th person
maldntr the armlicatlon for tha farm
and this person as trustee -will pay
to uxose enuued . to snare , ra this
navment their nronep -shara thereof
as fixed under the Eule for Distribu-
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uon. ,.',- j ' ' . -Q.
- Can a producer -whose' total
production was less than, his 1935
Bankhead allotment secure, Cotton
Price: Adjustment Payments ion the
full amount of his -Bankhead . allot
. Av If the total production of a
producer is less -than his Bankhead
allotment he will - be entitled to re
ceive the Cotton Price " Adjustment
payment on his total production only.
O ' TTnw will a - nmdiMw fnminli
acceptable evidence to show the date
upon wnicn ne -sold cotton and tne
amount as a basis lor securing Uot
ton Priea Adinstmant Pavmantaf . .
A. . .. The aeuer will secure xrom. thel ChappeU,
parents, Mr. and
lOW. -s fjJ fr't
Mr, and Mrs.
at the home cf J
Krs. Aria r,r.
guests on her LI
the followicj pe
lit. and Krs. JC
mother-in-law, : i
two sisters, Urs.
His. Lucinda V.'i
Dorothy V.'lUte -1
.,. 7 v,-iv,h their
s. Ei-ene Wins
Hemp Smith," of
their sister, Miss
r. t l I Arba
v lni as dinner
" r, Ccrtr.ber 25,
.3."- her parents.
ie Vinalow her
. V. T. Winslow:
. land White and
1 Kebv Winslow:
buyer a Cotton, Sale Certificate on
Form No. d A. P. 1. which rnrtificate I rvo .... h.; j
-- t ,v .. -. r - wivmcjijw, .vrcca-wui W4U1 miss
Mil .llM. thA rf.t. A snl. MWIWIlt f lm 1 . .
UI niu. Bw.w.uNiq auiviuw.wii t OBima liuOPpCH.
cotton sold, aeller's-' name.-., buvar'a
name, and the Bankhead '. application
serial number for the farm on which
" . . nawt UVM DVU.I
the cotton waa? produeed. .r (At the I smith, of Tarboroi
a. a.1 . xl a A a. , a. I
present time those eertiflcatea are not
available, but in the meantime n re
ducers should secure an acceptable
certificate , of : sale from the.-, buyer
ahowintr data of sale. ' to whom. sold.
bale nttmBer. and number of pounds
sold.) ' i
O. Whera Bhauld a nrodnnap make
his anolication for Cotton Price Ad
r A. At the omoe of the ' County
Agent in the county. ' in " which the
1985 Bankhead application was made.
u. is a 'producer who secures a
1935 Government 10-cent loan on hia
eotton alivihln -to nartfoinate in CM.
ton Price. Adjustment TaymentaT. v
a. ies, proviaea irus eotton u
sold prior to August 1, 1986 xr. as
provided in the answer to a nrevious
Q.- Can a producer who - prior to
announcement of the Government 10-
cent loan sold eotton . produced in
1985 secure Cotton Price Adjustment
Payments on this cotton?
A. Yes. nrovided he will aecnra
acceptable Certificates of Sale of this
eotton and makes, his Application not
later than August 15, 1986. , , .
Q. ' What provision, has been made
to get Cotton Price Adjustment Pay'
ments into -producer's hands- at an
earlv data? . v ,
A. Tentative .- arrangements have
annlications in each State , offlca and
for issuing checks from field disburs
ing omces so producers 1 may receive
checks promptly. t-M .,
Q. On what data will navmmit to
a producer who. delivers cotton to a
cooperative marketing association
be based? - . , .'
A. On the date on which the nrice
to be paid to the producer is fixed.
Q. Is cotton produced, in any. year
other than the calendar ; rear 1935
eligible for -payments under : this
Price Adjustment Payment Plan?"
a. mo. s,, , - . ' C:
A brief exnlanation.of the defini
tions in the Adjustment Payment
Plan may prove helpful.
. The term "date of sale" mean the
day on which the price .to be paid
ui't iimuucer ior jus cotton Dy tne
purchaser. is mutually determined.
xne term 'tarm" means a tract or
tracts of land; covered by a 19
Bankhead Application. ' ,
The term "allotment", meana an
allotment of tax-exempt cotton nnder
said uananead Act. , v 1 4 -' 1 1 h
ft t ' !,
' 1 x Vnn KurAnnnAn TnilrndH himniro
NEW HOPE P. T. a MOLD3 r
riKSr MKKILNG OF FALL TE2M
The first meetinr v of r tha Pamit.
Teacher Association of the Hew Hope
School District was held Friday even
ing, September 27th. Many: of, the
parents and patrons of the .'school
; Officers for the new ' year were
elected r follows: Mrs.'S. T. Perry,
president; ' Kri-M.' M, fipivey, vice
president; Mrs. J. W. Jackson, secre
tary; Miss Helen Morgan, treasurer.
The new president . then- appointed
Miss Rebecca Webb as chairman of
the publicity i committee. Other
chairmen of Uie various ' committees
will be appointed soon m orderd'-at
they may make a report at the
meeting. Some ' of the plana for J.e
year were discussed. ' 11 , "
One obiectlvo of the onranfsatinn
this year is to raise funds for j.'.
and a cousin, Klsj Olive Layden.
Several of th people from the
Whiteston community attended ,'the
Baptist Association held -at , Sandy
Cross Church last Tuesday and -Wednesday.'
, Miss Mildred Hinton ' spent "tiie
week-end with- her mother, Mrs
Dora Ilinton. . Miss ITInton la tnanK.
ing school near EoliiisonviDa.
.Miss Hazel White spent., Sunday
with, her parents, lit: and Mrs. Er
nest White. . Miss V.TiitA talrin
course in beauty culture - in Norfolk,
Virginia. - , "' r
Ml EalDhWhita and famf?
Sunday . visiting- his parents, Mr. and
ura. a. . wnite. ' f v- t
'Dr.-E. S," White and ' sisters from
Belvidere called Sundav aftomnnn nt
the home of," Mr. and : Mrs. Arba
Winslow.. ?. ,. -1
Mr. and . Mrs. Mathaw Wlnalnw
and daughter, Jean; spent Sunday as
guests ox tneir parents, Mr. and Mrs,
uiysses winsiow. v ,? .
BELVIDtaiE NEWS !
Miss r Sybil White., of Center TTUIi
was the week-end guest of Miss AUte
Miss Hwel.l Tf ioe, of Hickory
Mr. and Mra W. T. Smith . rnfumoH
home Saturday ;after a tew days! vis
it with their ; son and family, F. E.
Mr. And Mrs. J." A. iConeland , and
dansrhter. Anne, of Richmond. Va..
spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Copeland. Miss Elsie Copeland
accompanied 'them home,
Mr. and Mrs. W, - V. Simpson, of
Elisabeth City, spent. Sunday with
Ml. And Mrs, T, G. Forbes.
Sunday truesta of Mrs. Sarah Iav-
den included: Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Winslow and daughter, Miss Eleanor,
from near Cross Roads; Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Copeland and daughter, Anne
of Richmond, Va.; Mr, and Mrs. J.
M. Uopeiand and v daughters, Elsie
and Evelyn.' ' r . - , J
j. Mrs Wr L, White, Miss Olive Lay
den and Miss Dorothy White spent
Wednesday with Mrs. Arba Winslow,
of Whiteston j
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. White, of Nor-1
folk, Va., were week-end ; guests - of
IA t- 1 1.3.
BrOWT. cfV. "irirT'yn vsr.
11: Lw:iowe3 and daughter, of Hobbs-
' ts of I Tr. an J I " . II.
j -y. ' ' i , .
Ir. and Ilrs.-. TJemp Smith, of
A;heboro, spent the , week-end ' with
tZr. Sr. JwJa .sifter, ? Miss Bertha V.
Smith, fc -t ; ' " '
- -Town,- 1 Hertfordj, N; C to be held on' MondayNovember 4th, 1935.1 at' "
.r V. vun touse Aoori Jtiertrord, N'.'iU; , .
VVJ ( v ' " TOWN OF HERTFORD.-'' 's '
..V ' ; 5!r -. ittr:' .?X.W;LNewby T Collector.--; ;
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Boyce, R. W., WUlow St. . ,
Brouarhton. Mrn.li! r - . "hi.
Broughtorr, W. J. Estate Zl
Cannon, E. H, E. Academy StU
Chappell, Seymore, Dobb St
awwe JMotor uuburch and G. Stof '
Elliott. Mm. p n rn,..k o i-
EUiott, Mrs. Janl7-.1T!ZZZ:
reiton, w. A., Dobb St.J
Hathawav. Mark rinKh a v . TrTrT
iJessupy S. P., Front St -iJ
Knowles R. L, Market St.
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Landing, Mrs. W. D., Railread Ave.
Lane, J-. A.' ,-r r-u.
MediinrJN. Hi Railroad Ave"
juuuun, :.itm State
Perry, Madeline Wownan''-" T""" 1 '
Perrv: J. P Front s ' " ""
Perry, A; A: Estate, PenueTZ:::
rearce, n. a.4 uobb- ot ;, ' :
iTitchard,-D, J., Corent-Garden
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Speight; Mrs. Winnie ' ,L, 45.88 2.27s, .95 -
atoaea, a. and T. S.-White . 2L87 1.09 J95 v
Stokes, Mrs. H. Mrs. , M.
Thatch, Mrs. B. W Market t
" ru, jnrv. A. r ,
H. White .Estate,
Whedbee, T. C, Church and Penn Ave.
White, C. W., Willow St, '
White, Capt T. S.LDoM St U...
Winalow, Mrs, H. R Grubb St
Winslow. G. Church St '
wiuitordk. Market Sfc
156.75 7.84 -,9S '
33.00 1.65 .95
99.00 4.95 ''.95
8.25 . .41 . .95
73.38 3.90 - .95
83.42 1.67 r AS
19i8 96 .95
Bembery Richard, Market St.
Blanehard, Anderson,! King St'
Blanchard. John. Kdnt.. d.j cu.
PhnnrA Pam Mnl.n oi"";' '" ".'"""r
Clark, Adelaide Dv Edenton Road, St,
vutryci, vrevi(C 1ODD siX. i. ' 90 90 1 hi
rn' P,!6. lot9' Dob enton"ROad." 61.57 2.68 .
Davenport, Mary E., Church JSt
vuukmb, w market St.
FOR SATISFACTORY RESULTS
SEND COTTON . TO
r , " 'yy
J. W. Perry Company
1 'at ,SUFFX)LK va.
For Sale or Storage and Loans
5a!8' Hyde Park Si , AA ff?
n.rno. wima Lr n i-
- ,u,f xijrue rara fit.
Bembery Isaac, Edenton Road St.
Burke. Ciharles Jks. t
7.70 " .88
DouglavLanisa EsUte; Grabb St I
Drew. Marv V.. Vino-s - ;
Eason.Joe Estate, Dobb 'StTIIZZZZC'"'
amott, jferey, Dobb St
Everett, Mamie. King- St I """"
Everett," Essie ,
Faulk,, J. Estate, Railroad Ave. TZT""""
FeltanilAnra - Swnln: irfn .f ; . ,
Felton: Jamaa, KrfntAn Pn oi-.- . TX!
Felton, George .
reuon, iiaura rA.
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Felton, Nelson. M., Markf St --iZZZ.
reironjiijucyi Hyae r-ark St
Felton,. W. J. ICatnta - KU siI""T"
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" " Dont try ' homemade - treatments or
J bewf angled remedl. s ! Take that good old
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic Soon yon
, wU-be yourself again, for Grove's Taste
less Chifl -Tonic not only relieves the
r . symptoms of Malaria, but destroys the
Infection itself.' ' , ,
, r The tastdesi quinine In Grove's Tasted
. IMS ChlK TnnU-.klll th Mal.riol lnf
. ; Hon in the blood while the iron it con-
. J f .Ml I . ..
,. uuns uuuas up ue 0100a 10 overcome ue
; effects of the disease and fortify against
further attack. The twofold effect is ab
, soluterjr necessary to the overcoming of
I Ualatia. Besides being a dependable rem
' cdy for Malaria, Grove's Tasteless ChU
Torlc is also an excellent tonic of general
uie. Pleasant to take and absolutely
- harmless. Safe to give children.- Get a
bottle today at any drug store. Now two
sites 50e and $1. The $1 size contain)
234 times at much as the 50c sin and
, . gives you: 25 mors tot your money,
iFranklm, Prentis Estate, aasrw.Lane
uoraon, wuey, uox Ava . , , a L -j
Harrell, John. H. .. u, t."
numer, w iu. ,
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Hoffler, , William, King, St
Holly, L. D.j Dobb S--
Holly, Malinda Estate. Dobb St
Hollv. Jack. Ktna St' . - -
James, XJeoie Wi, King fit:
Lassiter Harriett EsUte,Grubh "sti
iLassiter, Herbert, Edenton. Road St
way, 40sn.ua, jung jt.
Lloyd, Charles, Dobb . St !
Lowe, John L, Market St
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NorfleeV James, Edenton Road.St...;'.
Overton, Eugene,-King St '.-i-4. a
Overton. Milea. Oi Ava. ' ' -
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rerry, nenry u,. uox Ave. ,
RnaH. iTfirhart. . f!mr-, Am, : -' ,
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Sharp- Dr.-W. B., Edenton Road and Dobb . -iii-lj" 80.80 1.54
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- 18.15 ,' .90 1 .95 e 20.00
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SflttprfiAld. Ollin. Cmt Ava.
Satterfield, F, H,, Railroad Ave.
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Symons,' Hugh,- Hyde -Park St '
unpson. w urace
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V,'atersr lIarTieft,,Dobb St .
White, Hemsn- w.Jri.
Vvi.islow, Ar.nie M., Dobb St.f.
Wood, John B., Dobb SL J.
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ground equipment for the prim
cL.Idren. - - .
The Elitth Grade won tha nn'M f -r
T:v:2 t a k -zt r-mber of pare:
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