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left this week for Durham, N. C., where
she will undergo an operation. Mrs.
Barringer was accompanied by Miss
Marable, the Community Nurse.
Paine College, of Augusta, Ga., is
making the best representation of school
boys working in Badin for the summei’.
Already a house has been fully equipped
with furniture, and only accommodates
men from Paine College.
During the early part of the spring,,
Mile. P. Vonlee, of Badin, held classes
in Florence, S. C., in the Vonlee system
of Hair Dressing. She was successful
in graduating eighteen persons in this
Professor and Mrs. Armstrong are
spending their vacation in New York.
Both Professor and Mrs. Armstrong have
rendered excellent service in the Public
School of North Badin during its past
Professor and Mrs. E. G. Harris are
spending a few weeks in North Wilkes-
boro. They expect to be stationed at
Slater Normal and Industrial School dur
ing its summer session for teachers.
An excellent x'eception was tendered
the school teachers on May "26,"” before
their departure from Badin, by Messrs.
G. E. Nelson, L. A. Royster, and P. W.
Rev. Moore, of Spencer, N. C.,
preached on Wednesday, Thursday, and
Friday, at the revival services which
were held at the A. M. E. Zion Church.
Mr. Key, a business man of Hasting,
Fla., visited Badin last week. He will,
no doubt, return in a few days to open
The Oddfellows held their annual
memorial service on Sunday afternoon,
June 13, at the A. M. E. Zion Church.
Mrs. Lillian Cochran has moved to
her home in Albemarle, where she will,
no doubt, remain during the summer.
Mr. Lcrman Royster spent last Sun
day in Greensboro, visiting friends and
old acquaintances from Badin.
Mr. Ceasar Battle spent last Friday
and Saturday in Greensboro, on busi
There are hundreds of benefits
advantages in a community that
come from taxes. Is it right that
things should be furnished by
Don’t be a leech. I
Do Your Duty
Are you doing any specific work for
the good of your community? Is it
worth your while to give of your time
and means to promote the growth and
welfare of the city, or do you belong
to that presumptuous class who for some
unaccountable reason think that their
presence in the community is sufficient
to fulfill the obligations of citizenship?
What is Good?
“What is real good?” ^
I asked in musing mood.
Order, said the law court;
Knowledge, said the school;
Truth, said the wise man; j
Pleasure, said the fool;
Love, said the maiden;
Beauty, said the page;
Freedom, said the dreamer;
Home, said the sage;
Fame, said the soldier;
- Equity, the seer.
Spake my heart full sadly;
“The answer is not here.”
Then within my bosom
Softly this I heard:
“Each heart holds the secret*
Kindness is the word.” ^
—John Boyle '
The new coal storage is t»
completed. The main thing
fill it with coal. However, it
siderably better now than it . ,
weeks ago. '
WHY IS IT THAT YOU
Should you die, would your children inherit a home or a mortgage? The
‘‘Company” offers you a contract which does away with you having to borrow
money from a bank, and allows you to pay a certain amount each month, which
does away with R - E - N - T; and when you have paid the total amount it contracts
to give you a warranty deed. OWN YOUR HOMESTEAD !
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO ASK YOURSELF THE QUESTION: “WILL THE BANK
CARRY MY LOAN LONG ENOUGH TO ENABLE ME TO TAKE IT UP IN FULL?’’ The
Company wants to assist you in your rush for success.
Mr. C. E. Gooch, office over Milk Depot, will gladly give you information
as to plan of purchase, should you want to buy.