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"Direct Action” Fanners May Bring On
Nation-Wide Movement To Gain Ends
The First of a Series Clarifying* the Farm Problem
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Stines tn lo«», -here t»rau-i> etiike began 4kk *--^3
h Ih* liri4 of a series of
Jlmtck-s clarifying the farm
problem >.
By LESI.Ir: EIC'HEL
Columbus. 0.. Sept 12 The farm
•trike is expected to spread cast of
the Mississippi. And in an effort to
bring the middleman and the larce
corporations which deal in farm pro
duct* to terms a new kind of s like
a 'buying strike' ilay be declared
for 30 days. In such a strike the
farmer would stay home and refuse s o
purchase a thing or sell a thing.
This one senses, in Columbus, the
“capita!'' of the National Grunge the
most conservative of farm organiza
tions. The conservative oi ganiza..on.>
are on th edefensive.
Columbus i» th<- headquarters of 'he
National Grange Chicago of the Farm
Bureau
Ho determined has 'he Farmer/
Union become 'hat the two con.~ jrvu
tive farm organizations the National
Grange and the Farm Bureau are di>-
cusyin gmeans of holding their own
memberships in line, it is authorita
tively reported
The Farmers' Union is the ''dine*,
action" organization, wi-h headquart
er* in Oklahoma Ci r y Milo Reno,
president of the Farmers' Holiday as
sociation is a leading figure in th ?
union, of which John A Simpson of
Oklahoma City is president. Reno is
viewed as a man of keen jjudgment as
applied to the mass. The older farm
organizations look upon him as “radi
cal ”
He is finding toady response to his
summons *.o strike ‘ until the cost of
production for the farmer is recog
nized the same as the cast of produc
tion for the manufacturer.”
The leading figure in the Farm Bu
reau Edwin O'Neil, president. The
BMlia-* Bureau is ihe “wealthy" sister
<* «e‘ trio.
BIG SISTER The Reason Why By LES FORGRAVE
,-Tv-u*S
rn COMTRAPTIOtO FER p WE JE5' LET THESE \_IKIES >OU ( ’iXIKfT JCST THE ' A PRESM VJWER PEARL IW OME OF
° KETCH (VESSEL J DOWM 70 THE. BOTTOM. THEM TV4G SHELLS SHCLt-THAT KEEPS . “THESE FELLERS, AW Tt4AT MEAMS '
KT VC VsJITh DRIFTS ALOMG, AhO' VJHE.M TH' -TO PEOPLE \u5 Fl-SHtM AWAV MOMEXGOOD MOMEV
SC —X/iV'Dfnr ifl/T lines drags across akj open vwhomake . attmi^bus»ioe*ss. • vessiß.soME pisht tsjtce
Xy&k V Aj\\ 5 <alr MUSSEL, HE SLAPS SHUT OKJTH' BOTTOMS , —-yi r n CAL PEARLS HAS tSEEM
THE CU MP S HEAV EN HOME AND H APPJ N ESS
—a■- ■ - _ _
JZJS PROA I (l? ALL OF HIS. W HOME"
W , OiROUCMF.S AMO LITTLE PEEVES- 1 .AFTER AU- pgjgSl=§|§f FROM. THE OF TIME UH
o*- -» awin«ci HENRIETTA. 4IN(sS LIKE A LARK. f \OU CAN'T BEAT IT* wj UAPFY HOME. MAI ALWAYS B6EW < Vn
!? iAMt>6R T T 1 TiHS &££iftSSE I s«t SBSls^a^y^lW
C ??k K el r- T ? n I /? TO A n
{■' _ TOf* WITH bAINTY LtTTLE a THAN f Wf 'TOAa - £ Jl5 ARY “* rT.iU'
s> —X *AOR*tL- IM46N HE /V , IrV AND v ., YJ TO AOAM - H l>i^a
“ /%, \f HAPPY \ FROAA V 1 _ *'/ - WHAT A g PMtAHI Rfc WAS. UQME« EgS** l
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But the organization that for years
has been looked upon as the "stand
ard" organization is the National
Grange, charming 800.000 dues' paying
members. (The National Grange duts
are only one cent a month; local
granges. 10 cents. The Farm Bureau
believes more can be accoiriplished
with more money'.
Master of Grange
The master of the National Grange
is Louis J. Taber, for years a leader
In farm organization activities, an un-
Namcd for Governor
Governor Wilbur L. Crosa of Con
necticut, who has been renominated
aa candidate to succeed himself at
the State Democratic Convention.
Governor Cross will be opposed by
former Governor John H. Trumbull,
the nominee of the Republican
Party.
HENDERSON, (N.C ,) DAILY DISPATCH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 19821 '
successful candidate this year for the
Republican nomination for U. S. sena
tor from Ohio, and a national power in
agricultural legislation.
Casting his eyes toward lowa, Tabei
sees the farmers’ strike spreading.
And though it be fostered by another
organization, it seems to this writer
that it may cause the conservative
Grange to urge some radical measures
before it has finished- Thus the sit
uation seems to an on-’ooker here in
this conservative capital of agriculture
Taber's views on the farmers’ strike
on the present critical juncture of the
farm problem, therefore, are of utmost
importance. The political entities of
the nation heed his words. And.
conversely, the radical strikers may
achieve some of their aims throug)
this conservative, acting to ward off
ex'reme measures.
Taber, in an exclusive Centra!
FiCss interview, will give his view,s in
a latter dispatch.
Wife Preservers
LY^fS3k 1
iggwljgsr 1.-J&tiMifc
i'or u change cook the p*cnic
wieners at home in boiling watei
and place them in the butter roll
W rap in waxed paper until the
camp tire is lighted, then take the
paper off. run the toasting fork
through the whole sandwich, and
toast lighitv
THE OLD HOME
I ALiTUjiLMJ^^M,
! old o^°m m sc t ° wn n 'fm
BE<S)N ME ~TO Mr) Cir>
ES_~T M, ™-2S Rl, °W _
TOES DAY ! \MEDNEsD.:;,'' zbML. "Ta,
whitti_/n<9 g;ossip a
AT CH MARiATm oaj W[nr!fan(l
(for, men) |fob women, ofcourk /V%
HUSBANDS
CONTEST TOSSING CONTCSIjrr 1 .Ll^ffjajL
<Fofg MEN) (FQg WOMEN] [' lyJ^J'^TsE^V
SATURDAY I R>GHT THEEES
FLAP JACK \ FUNNY ©USiNESI
C IHIISI
THE_OLD HOME fc * mw< p & ***—*om— By STANLEY
Rspn S™)
THAT 4£e ‘T-HIS Boss /
l hit: / run ’ : i DUE BACK
HomeTJ from i-unch <s
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the NEW CLERK AT BAXTERS STORE
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H Q 10",2 U« \V. SJauUj Central Pr««
Otspatch
WANT ADS
Get Results
W. M. HARDISON CHIRapJZ;
ftaoves corns, bunion., ami , T
naite will be at Kerch,. ' ( k J <J .' M ‘
Shoe Store Wednesday »■ r ' ! "'
14. *•-»-*, hZ
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STENOGRAPHER DESIRES'™,
manent or temporal p osiU on g.
eral office work desned a c .“'
fast and willing worket .s“ I ‘‘ e '
yeais experience Kxc eu,, t “/‘
ferencee.
Care Dispatch. * \‘
WAIT FOR THK f7rkT\T.f'
—Good values vim u ill '.
Williams Style 5i.0j,,.,. j., ,
■t<X>R R£MT APARTMENT
vate entrance, steam heat m,i *,
cold water, hardwood f Ws "'
garage. Phone 3b. 5 tiJtl ?J 4
MISS DOROTHY JONES Wll.i. RF '
open her studio for in-,iiu« l n r
piano and voice on Mond.i\ .s ~,
ber 19. New pupils wishing \J,. .*’.
the class are asked Ui ». .
before September IC.
STRAYED THREE M V t - v
weighing from 1.000 to l l«». ~., _*, '
Finder please i.oiify J 1 >lt ~
Phone 660-W.
COAL,, GOOD COAL LET 1Y j- .
up your bin now while ;• ‘
it w»ll be higher after we>tr,: r ”.
cold We have a full e Jv! ,
for you at right pr.o*-
and weight guaranteed |‘i.„ nc js'.
HightY Coal and Wood Yard
19 r.rtt t:
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given th;r »; r ,,_.
Wooten, who was convicted o; M; ~u.
in the second degree in u*. s U j„. r . t:
Court of Vance County at The Y.m.,:,
term 1929. will make appiiejiii,,. .-
once to t-he Governor of N.n . c. tiJ .
lina for pardon. If any per,'#. t :. -
to protest said pardon tn*-j *, h.
notify the Goveino: . office :.: ~a,«
ThLs the 61 h day of Sep: < rub ; ] .#_
GEORGE WO. ITEN
By: M. G. Boyette. Ait>
Carthage, N. C.
IN THE SUPREME ( t)IKT
Notice of Summona and Aciiuit T,,
Forccioae Tax Sate Certlfican
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
VANCE COUNTY:
Vance Couruv
Vs.
Heirs of Henry Lewis. droa.,> : r
Serena Allen, agent and aii « :.- #
claiming any intejest in iH i.l'j#;
matter of rhis ar’inn 1 »•:#«. j, .*
Each of the defendants ,ih.<v. named
and all person l r;a:m.rr: any :r. - .’>-r
lien cr light in the itiimwiry '.; ~ . i
land to wit: f>*-ins l'< acn - M#,a !>
Henry Lewis by P< ter Y.,ung u.ra
book 52 page sfi3 adjoining the ~r<i
of Peter Young. John G Jure. :,. 2
others. Also 10 acre, of lai d J#u: •
ased from William l»av,., deed (• ~,.
11 page 247 adjoining the land* • t
Isaac Twisdale, It W. K-un.y Joiit
G. Jones, see deed on refuro ‘•: ;
more accurate description wi : ‘ik
nolice that an action entitled a- *b»v*
■has been coimn< nced in Supei;.ir r»j:
0/ Vance County, N, C *«< feo.io:
certain certificates of ’:x
Kearney, as sheriff and Tax C< -' t
amounting to $56.(t8. issued bv D '
for 1927. 1928. 1929, 1930 tax-' *t
the defendants are required :<> •»:•!'» T
In rtte office of Clerk of Supei,..:
Court. Henderson. N. C.. or. the !■• h
day of October. 1932, or w.urn :h t
days thereafter and answer c.r d:... n
to the complaint now on fi> ■•' f-**
relief will be granted as asked in 'f<
complaint; and all other person- oi ian
ing any right, title or intcrc-t ir and
to the said lands, or the proc*-'<t i •>'
the sale of same are hereby r'<i«ir f !
to appear at the office of said Clerk
within six months from the dr.te r.f
this notice and present the same with
due proof thereof, or be forever bs
red from claiming any ripht title •#■
interest in the same.
HENRY PERRY
Clerk Superior Court
A. A. BUNN, County ACy.
SEABOARD AIR
LINE RAILWAY
TBAfNS LEAVE HENDERSON
AS FOLLOWS
No. NORTHBOUND
1M—8:48 A. M. for Richmond,
New York, conne*
tng at Norlina with No. 18 ar
rhrlaf Pnrtamoirth-Nerfolk 1* 8*
P. M. wttb parlor-din tin cor eer
I—f:»£ p, M. for Richmond
and Portsmouth. Waahlngtah
New York.
m—o:4B P. M. for Richmond
Washington and New York.
4-1:18 A. M. for Fortamooih
Norfolk Waahlrgton. New York
Not SOUTHBOUND
t* 1—4:43 A. M. far Sarannah.
lank a mil II n Miami. Tampa, St.
tor Raleigh, Baa
(art, Hamlet. Columbia, Savaa
nah, Miami, Tampa, St, Fatefw
iWI—TM P. M. for Raleigh. Ham
let. Savannah, JackaonrtUe.
Maori. Tampa, St. Feteisbarf.
Attaata, Wnmtagham.
3—-1:35 A. M. for Atlaatn Wrm
(ngha'rY, Mi mpMs.
Bar Informal lea call oa H. *
Plaaaawta DP A.. Raleigh. N. C .
or M C * Oappa, TA , Headaraon,
N. O.

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