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j-j n-scr4fri titrut. py-, y. ci Friday, ; January , ioot .
swered ; '
V- -8 'more valuable
at are v carried
t year are usual
' , constitutional
h. ' a season' of
'roraY these' hens
d,in' size over
1 usually produce, a
;i haa a tendency
-;ty. Taking - these
c .-.sideration it would
As from hens sire su
sv from ? pullets . and
) the hens more valuable
y,ATWhat fertilizer is re
1 for -. use in a tpbacco
:: After the . bed is thor
ken and the ,4 soil pulver
pounds of a 4-8-8 mixture,
stash ' derived" from aul-
. stash magnesia,:' should be
each square1 ' yard of the
fertiliser, should be thor-
:ed with the soil for about
.'our' ludhes In 'depth. It is
ist to mix the seed with
gallons of fertilizer or
1 meal so as to get an even
ri of seed.; After the seed
f ?v r the Voir", should be packed
Ij t er emti&bed'
. :sst'')n: ; How iCan I prevent my
s t. "to. souring?
- : The first precaution to
f 1 ft sure' that the animal is
" " "I'iiiore'ulJJng and be
.d the animal well after
Vll curing vessels should be
id the water for the brine
. should foe boiled before us
rwH.ham with salt before
ic-i... r cure and, if tone cured,
m-ni. rine every few days to see
it vers the entire contents of
-JLz . . After curing, hang the
x f . t six to eight feet above
a a?, smoke, to taste. If curing
) are followed and these
:au'. is taken the meat will keep
'Jiout ouring. ,.
1 li 1
r); ,', . - r -'' Wtf
Miss1 Al Whitehead' lias ' ' returned
after a pleasant' -visili Withr Mrs.
Charles Davis 'at Norfolk," VaV "
Little Miss Mattie" Kede" Alexan
der has returned from McCoy Stakes
Hospital; Norfolk; where" she had her
tonsils 'removed. "Cli ft also talcing
an ear treatment. ' c ,
Miss- Mildred Lewis was a visitor.
in Elizabeth City Saturday." , v.
G.l W. Alexander was" tit, NorfolK,
Saturday. " "
Miss Louise Wilson has returned
to Mercer University,; ; Micon, Ga.,
after spending the ChrisUnas holidays
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
C wjlson: v --'t,
Carey Qulhcy, son of Mr. and Mrs.
C P. Quincy. has returned to Fork
Union: where ha 1 in school.. ' v .
Mrs. ' J. C. Wilson: was a visitor
in Elizabeth City Thursday
Minn w&vnlv IlVhin has returned
after a twor weeks with her
granamotner at : w asningwn, -.t v. v.
Mrs. Alden Caddy, of near Hert
ford spent Saturday rithher:' mother
Mrs. Harrison Baker. "?
Mrs. Walter Lowe and children
were week-end guests of Iner-'mother,
Mrs. Harrison G. Baker.
Miss Corinne Lavden hat returned
after .nendm f Ihr1 CkrhAd Tibli";
aaya; wiw aw psrenw, rax. aim ui.
Jack Layden, near Belvidere. ;
Mr, and Mrs, Edgar True, Mr. and
Mrs. Forest True, spent Christmas
Paul Trotman, and children of Nor
folk, Va.; Miss tVloU. Brothers and
Mr. T: E. ParkeotP6rtniwith, Va.;
Mr and Mrs. Everett Bright, of
Okisco, Mrs Daisy "xSrindrl Mrs.
Pattie ' WMte' fTWJ
thfeir parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N.
Mr. and Mrs,-Leverette Wmslowl J(i R iomtt of Fortsmoutii va.
and son,. Konakfc of V Norfolk, Va-ft .-ft Wlth his mother
nifflt -wwkMdi'fWith theiF' ida-?Mra. Lizzie Jollilf. '
tRev1; and Mra; J, M. , Jolliff and
spent the week-end1 ,fwith thehr ' pa
rents Mrahd Mrs.'A."Nj Winstow.
"Mr. and Mrs.' PanT Fisher have" W
cently moved from Elizabeth City itoi
thm commumtyr" w
Miss Martha Lane and Miss Miriam
Lane returned to1' High Point arid
Guilford Coltegf respectively after
pending the holidays with their pa
rents, Mr, and Mrs. J. T. Lane.
Walter Winfllbw left Sunday "for
Protestant Hospital, Norfolk1, -'Vtu,
for an operation. He was accompan
ied by'MnOWinslow and a sister,
Mrs. A)vah Jordan; of Hertford, who
will tenia in with Tj him for several
days..1 "i " ' "
Jim Saunders of Los Angeles Cal
ifornia; Mrs.4 John White and daugh
ters, Ada and Buelah '" and grand
daughter Barbara and son ' Philip
Whitr bf WeeksvEle visited friends
and relatives here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Winslow and
daughter, Jean, of Norfolk. Va., Mr.
and Mrs. Vann Spivey of Hickory,
childretf Palmer and Margaret 'of
Gfetesville; visited relatives here Fri-
1 $ ,u a.
Potash Controls Rust
' Hip'5' 1 r i
Ana increases i ieias
" Side applications of $3 worth of
muriate of potash and nitrate of
oda to' the acre increased the value
of Seven Bertie County farmers' cot-
tohrcrop'by an average ot per
""'The applications were made this
year in ' Cotton rust control demon
strations conducted under the super
vision" Of B: E. Grant, county farm
agent of the State College extension
aervice. ' '
In the demonstrations, each farmer
set aside four plats where the soil
was as near uniform as possible.
Each was fertilized with the custo
Va., spent a part of last week' with mary mixture containing nitrogen,
phosphoric acidi and potash.
As a check plat, one field on each
farm was cultivated wlttottt' any
other ferWl.izatlOT.' Th average yield
of the check plats was 995 pounds of
seed cotton to, the 'acre.' ' " '
On plat No. 2, 100 pounds of ni
trate of soda were applied as a side
dressing, and the average yield was
1,145 pounds to the acre.
An equal amount of muriate ot
potash was applied as a Bide dressing
on plat No. 3, and the average yield
was 1,107 pounds.
Plate No. 4 received 100 pounds of
nitrate of soda and 100 pounds oi
muriate of potash in side dressings.
The average yield was 1,528 pounds
In all plats where muriate of pot
ash was used, the cotton was pro
tected from rust, Grant stated, the
bolls were better opened, more fluf
fy, and the staple was of higher
The muriate of potash cost $1.60
and the nitrate of soda cost $1.40
per acre. The increased yield of 573
pounds of seed cotton, where both
side dressings were applied, was
valued at four cents a pound or
W. T. Culpepper
On the Opening of
And Wish Him
CHARLIE UMPHLETT, Mgr.
Hertford, N. C.
For quicK results try a Want Ad
":l:on Negro Wins
' C m Growing Prize
frodx- jng v 101.9 bushels on an
TV oftand, A- G. Thompson, of
jboiu County, won the State corn
-wing; contest for Negroes this
""""Mnher, he will be given
Washington, said C.
t State College, who has
tension work with the
went to, Edward Bal
Iinpton ''. tkiunty, who
.....v. bushels of corn on a
neasur 1"' acre 'of lanS.
I The rn growing contest is con
tacted Annually by the State College
"tensk'J aerrke to help colored far
rrs a ipt better methods of rais
ing thLcrop, Hudson stated.-
' SN')V HILL NEWS
Odell Cartwright vi
1 Mrs. Ned Mathews in
DW1 1 Jay. -JTr.
-a. Jesse Karrell, Miss
'Zxu'.r 1, Mr. land ' Mrs,. Eddie
irr. i' adrestfMr 4d; Mrp;
'.an, Mrs. J. W. Eve-
. .. Jiby -' Jordan ' were in
C.'y Saturday., morning. ,
,'. . J, Mr. and "Mrs.-Jtalph
j. Cdell - Cartwright and
-ily" Conference at
. xiopphfg- in Hertford
onoon were, Mr. and
n, MrsuXW. Eve
. j Jordan, Mr .and
. ell,' Miss Jiufllce'Har
1 Mrs il&lph v HarrelT,
Xl-twright, Miss Annie
T. and Mrs, Meadow
"fright,, Mr,. and
..1 and children. -
'., D. M. Cartmright,
rch : at the Steward's
', at the pastor's home,
-;e, of tie Perquimans
- nisht. v ' -
. rrell is visiting her
D. M. Cartwright,,
. T'athews, Mr., and
: Tell and Carolyn
JJi City Thursday
. Iloody Harrell had
fTi6ts Suniy Mr.
Gregory of Vood
, . r' '
, D. M. Cartwright,
wright, ' Mr.- and
'ht, Blanche and
" n. peorge Eure
- '-n had as
e fc. - 'i Ed
, and 1... , ' -rmit
Kenneth Bay Barber; who has been
very sick with pneumonia and whoop
ing cough, is still vffcry ill.
Mrs. Vera Miller 'and daughter,
Ann, of Elizabeth Cjty, have return
ed home after spending tiie week
end with Mrs. W. G.HollftwelL
Mrs. W. Tom Mllfer, f near Wlh
fall, is critically AL
Miss Lucille Lonand Alma Leg-
gett of the Winf all "School faculty
have , returned to their "duties after
spending the holidays with , their pa
rents in Washington, N. C and Bet
hel. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Trueblood and
daughter, Carolyn, have' returned
home from Lakeland, -Florida, where
they spent the holidays, h
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Alton. Moore,
liiesuay, January tta. a 'son."1
. Miss' GertrniW Bkkr fisJ Wtuinod
to Norfolk after spending Holiday at
home. - ''T'";
Mrs. Effie Miller had as Week-end
guests Mrs. T. E. Madre,- Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. Twine and liffle son, Bob
by, and Mr. and Mrs, MV Booth,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Catling of
.Norfolk 8 pent the week-end with his
mother, Mrs. Maggie'. G. Broughton.
Miss Leone Williams of Eastville
Va., is visiting her mdther.Mrs. Beu
lah Williams. "
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Standin and
daughters, Margaret and fodie, vi
sited Mr. and Mrsw; P. 'fcnitfSun.
daF afternoon:? "
1 Mrs David Ward ot Sea Island,
New Jersey, is visiting , her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fanner. .
Clarence I PhiUins;; fiarjtturnea
home from Norfolk, where he has
been visiting friend and relatives.
-Mrs. Henry :Slmps;an4-tftadriW,
Elizabeth - and James. returned to
their homes m Norfolk Sunday after
a week's visit' wttn her parents?' "Mr.
and Mrs. W- C Prrv: '
MisaJJencfieve fitand&t returned to
her-home in "NorfoltT'BilndaS' 'after
a visit ; with her parents."Mr. and
rMrs. r. y Standing -
.Mr.- and Mrs;'"J.AJ. ' Phillips and
children of Cary, Nv C are visiting
Miss Madge Long Of Hopewell, vi
sited Miss Blanche Goodwin Sunday
afternoon. ' ;v
Mr. and Mrs. 1 A. Proctor and
children, Thomas and ;- lEVzabt'X of
near Yeopini Station, yieited Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Perry Sunday afternoon.
j Mr. and Mrs. Ennis Phillips and
son, Trafton, have returnHl f v a
visit with relatives near IUU CiJ
. Miss Mamie Goodwin has returned
to her home in Wilson after being
called h'l ti t"- f - -rj.
father;' 1 '.t i i
Thursday. ,;,''' ; .'. '
.fclss Louise T. ,returr,d
homo' Monday from, a visit with her
sister, Mrr." Ambrose Carris, at Nor
folk. f -Miss
Geltie Chappell spent
day night with her sister, Mrs.
P. Long. . : ' -' , vn
"'T' - " ',.... ...... ;.':--V;.-:ij
'W. 7 iammt'mm'mmi . . i. .j.
' 'Y?!!1' i vvww
j -L. - i- ,
.j, Mr. and llrz, i : C-iton, J
entertained at , dinner on ur ' .
Those prent were: Mr. ar. i , I
ler Wood v '
f Mr. and I.
' t, I'r, and
ttfi''...M..1.p'a t .
tSj v vaO rj v
HERTFORD, N. C.
"Carolina's Finest Theatre'
rifiay , Jamiyairy &;
Showsv 3:00-5:00-7:00 and 9:00 P. M
t 'Tk . . 'j i , if:-- - ' ,
Friday, January 8, Only
.Prpclairnec- the Seaspii's Biggest Hit
mum flsoai nws) oqb
there's fun and xcltemiml aolaniy in store for youl The
NEWEST advenwra 'or" Mr. and Mrs. Thin Man Dashiell
Homihtt dranialtt sexual. A grand concoction of roars,
rofflonea dnd mytftryr GraaHir and even funnier than the
original imah with Mi tanti 'stan, author, director and
last gasp will b a cheer I
i ; 4roducrjjroui
If" ' (f
I'lJ'm . . ." . ii."5! .
v ON THE SCREEN
Saturday, January 9, Only
Show Opens Saturday 1:30 P. M.
' 1 - J
"fv: i i - '
I ru ... lira
I I fjAMES STEWART . HI8A IANDI J "vV I
Fran H rty by Dnklalt HoaalM
OfracM tf W. S. VAWDYKe
. tnivtti kt Mini kiwlwg
Also a Good News Reel
w DeMille's most thrilling romance . . .
fiery story of Wild Bill Hickok
. jf00 -jf '1''' "" Calamity Jane, the world's
M& most hard-boiled lovers, filmed
Mf " on a tremendous background
i! I of stirring, breathtaking action..
A Paranount Picture with
JAKES ELLISON 'CHARLES B1CKF0RD
HELEN BURGESS PORTER HALL
Directed by Cecil B. DeMille
Also a Good Act
- i -
Matinees:; ,Children 10c; Adults, 25c
Night; Children, 10c; Adults, 25c - 35c
Monday - Taesdar '
. Jannary U-M
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Shows 8, 1 and P. If.
' t ''i : ' ''-""V 1
' in - ' v
News Reel .'
Shows 8, 7 and 9 P,
r Thursday Only '
Shows 3, 7 and 9 P. M.
jDoris Cosfello Barrymore
f 1 ACT.
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