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No. 84 . 4:83 A. M.
lfr. U. F. Wallace, of Greensboro,
was in town ysotsrday.
M. Robert E. Lae Is in Raleigh
this week upon business.
Mr. J. W. Wilson spent several
days tn Raleigh loot weak.
BORN—To Mr. and Mrs E. L.
Cook, December 17th, a girl.
Mr. Henry C. Lee spent yesterday
evening in Fayetteville with friends.
Mise Iva Pearson returned yester
day from a brief visit to Lumberton
where she hod been agues*, of Mias
Mra. J. L. Hatcher loft yesterday
afternoon for Fayetteville where she
la to spend a short time with rela
Mr. A L. Newberry returned ye*
• terday from a business visit to Wil
Mr. L E. Newton returned yeetor
front * short visit to rolativos at
Mr. George W. Gardoar left yes
terday for a visit to Wilson and
Sheriff J. McKay Byrd, of LUling
ton, was a visitor to the city yester
Messrs. James Parkas and PrsneU
Shasta, of Fayetteville, wars visitors
to the dty Monday.
Mn. Estelle Moore returned
Monday from a brief visit to rela
tives In 8mlthfl*ld.
Mr. Robert Jordan returned this
week to Raleigh to resume hie music
studies in Meredith College.
Mr. A. D. Wilson wont to Fayette
ville yesterday to undergo s minor
operation In Hlghamith Hospital.
Minn Mattie Bain, of Coats, was
here yesterday as a guest in the
horns of her uncle, Mr. Jame* A.
MM* data Naylor has returned to
the Nermal College at Greensboro,
after spending some time bar* with
Mies Naoad Harold, a teacher In
the Oak Orere public school, spent
the holidays in town with bar aunt,
Mrs. J. L. Hinas. _ .
Mrs. WdJtaT CRMiaft inS OTtST,
Welter, Jr, are he* from Louiabwg
visiting in the heca* of Mr. sad Mrs.
Jamas A. Taylor.
Mr. T. V. Smith, cashier of tbe
Bank of Cap* Fear, spent several
daya of last week in Richmond la the
interest of his bank.
Miss Mabel Smith, after • pending
the holidays hare with her parents,
returned Monday to her studies la a
Mrs. M. E. NoeH, of 8rbuyler, Va,
arrived yesterday end is to spend
eons* time in the city as a guest of
her eon. Mr. O. T. Nocll.
The Rev. Mr. E. F. Lee, of Brook
lyn, arrived Monday to spend some
thne In the city as a guest of hi*
brother, Mr. N. B. Lee.
Mr. C. 8. Moore returned Monday
from an extended visit to friend* and
relatives In WUmlagton and other
points in eastern Carolina.
Mr. Rufue Herring retuned Mon
day to King's Business College in
Charlotte after spending several
days hare with hie sister.
Mrs. Ernest V. Young loft Mon
dey for Wilson where ohe joined a
party which la to spend tom* time in
Washington and Philadelphia.
The Rev. Welter M. Gilmore, of
Loolshwrg, arrived thi« week toepead
eeveral day* as a guest in the home
of Mr. aad Mra. Jamas A. Taylor.
Mr. J. D. Footer, traffic nperlaten
dent for the Carolina Telephono and
Telegraph Company, with haadqnar
tara at Tnrboro, was here Monday.
Mra. J. A. McLean and her little
sen. Matter Alessndcf, returned
to her heme In Selina afta spending
a waak hare with her mother aad
Miss Kathleen Creel hat returned
to Cart Carolina Teachers Training
School after spending several days
hare wki her parents, Mr. and Mra
1. N. Creel.
After spending several days in
the city as a guest In the home of
her oasis, Mr.Ray Crosse rile, Miss
XdHh May Lea returned Monday to
her heaps in Green villa
. Mite Annie Lae Pope returned Men
day night to Baleigh to re-enter
Meredith College after spending the
holidays hare with has parents, Mr.
and Mra Ren bln Pag*.
Mias Helen Parker returned Mon
day to her studies la the Prsahyta
riaa Peas bury at Cad Sprint, after
•ponding the holidays hare with her
father, Mr. Gee Parker.
A blase which la suppoeed to teve
originated from • defective stove
•as M considerable damage to the
8*« aad taw sent stars owned by C.
B. Gainey in Brand strae daring ths
••rtf hawse at Sunday morning. Ths
dMMgw eras has to the aleak.
Muirs Arthur Pope anil Casper
Warren retuned Munday to thair
studios in Waits Forest College after
spending several days here with
Miss Mettle Townsend returned
Monday to Louiaburg Female Col
lege after spending several days in
the city as a guest in the home of
Mr. aad Mrs. B. O. Townsend.
Mice Mattie Bell Godwin, after
spandiag the holidays here with bar
parents. Representative and Mrs. II.
I* Godwin, has returned to her stud
i«a in lnulsburg Famaii College.
Ulease Madrid Hood, Mary Bell
Herring end Brownie Eased return
ed this week to Greensboro Collage
for Women after spending several
days in the city with thair parents.
Miss Will Cooper returned to her
studies In the Southern Conservatory
of Music at Durham, Monday after
spending two weeks here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs, Sully Cooper.
After spending several days hers
as a guest in the borne of her sunt,
Mrs J. L. Hines, Miss Lois Harold,
of Waynesville, returned Monday to
her studies in Greensboro Normal
Hon. H. L. Godwin returned Sun
day to Washington after spending
several days hers with his family.
He was quite sick when he arrived,
but recoverdd entirely before his re
turn to the capita] city.
M. Harper Holiday and his slater,
Mias Grace, left yes tor day for Wil
son to resume their studies in Atlan
tic Christian College, after spendjag
several days here with their parents,
Mr. aad Mrs. KeD. Hoilidsy.
Mia Juanita Crockett has retain
ed to her studies in Atlantic Chris
tian College alter a visit to her par
ents in this city.
Mr. Weds Pittraent, of Rowland,
is here to visit relatives.
Miaeaa Pearl and Blanche Gran
tham returned Monday night to Ab
ington. Vs.,to resume their studies
In Martha Washington College. They
spent the holidays bare with their
parents. Mayor and Mrs. George L
The Ihree-yMr-old son of Mollte
Grady, a colored leundrees who re
sides in the negro settlement near
Goddard lumber plant, was burned
to death Friday night while his
mother waa uptown to boy provis
ions. The child had been left alone
in e roots being hMted by an open
Are place and it is supposed that hit
skirts were Ignited while he waa play
big haside the Are. No neighbor
heard hie cries and when the mother
returned home she found the child
e charred corpse.
Mr. J. I. Newcomb spent Friday
, it ■■■is I. Shi Mlssist il ths had
tobacco business recently started by
him. He is buying a considerable
quantity of the leaf frees these far
mers who did net And H convenient
te sell while the local market eras o
pen and is doing maeh to encourage
the spread of tobacco culture m this
locality. Ha was reared among the
Ana tobacco plantations in Mectsn
bnrg county, Va, and says that the
soils of Harnett, Sampson, Johnston
and Cumberland are equal to those
of his home state for tobacco raising.
Mr. J. R. Boyd, manager of the
Fayetteville district for the Carolina
Telephone end Telegraph Company,
eras a visitor to the city Monday.
Twenty gallons of urtuakey, a qnan
tity of beer and a varied assortment
of other nose paint is a And reported
to the police department by two dti
tens who ware hunting on the Pope
farm just weet of town yesterday
afternoon. The whiskey wee of
nearly every variety known to bllnd
tigerdom, while the beer was of that
brand which made Milwaukee fam
ous and it waa evident that the let
was a remnant of the Christmas
stock belonging to some local purvey
or te the thirsty The little branch
which flours between the Pope and
8mith homes was the point at which
the discovery waa made and the
boots Is new In He hands of Chief
Bass Owner will please call.
Mr. Lovett Warren, of Newton
Grove erne here Monday to visit hia
eon, Mr. K. A. Warren.
la the Poet Ole* at Dana,—Week
Evading Jaanary tad. Mil.
1. Andrew*, L. A.
I. Blackman, Joeeph
S. Blackman, Archie
4. Kffa, Pan)
5. PauceU, Jemee
6. Gila, A. C.
7. Gay, Clarence
8. Holland, M.
I, Jackaon, L. H.
10. Jam**, Henry
II. Jarnigaa, R. II.
11. Naylor, A tine
It. Smith, J. H.
14. Smith. A. T.
It. Smith. T. B.
14 Strickland, O. T.
17. Taw, A. B.
It. Warren. A. B.
10. Went, J. M.
00. Weat. H. M.
01 WltUaam. J. P.
82. WOaoa. W. R.
28. Been. Miaa Amber
84. Jaakaaa, Maa Beeaie
It. Lee, M re Annie
> T. t DARDEN
J Veterinary Phynicaa. Seryeea and
How Would You
Break a Man’s
Nerve With a
Playing Card t
Alario Trine sought his
revenge armed with a
single playing card.
He broke Alan Law's nerve
and nearly wrecked the hap
piness of his own daughter.
His other child—but you’d
better see the pictures.
By LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE
The ooit extraordinary
moving picture play ever pro
It coat • Mg price to get it
for thie community, but ere
have It, end you can aee it fat
FARM DEMONSTRATION WORK.
To Tha Editor:
Vtn regard to oar farm demonetra
«■» -»w erf lwraw
a report of the rsaatta ia port Corn
•verege ami CTAOI 8HK BH8H
acreage waa 17« acrat and tha o
mount of all the corn 1,4*8 buskala.
77m average amount per acre waa
44 1-2 buahela. In comparison with
ordinary methods about II boahale
The cotton acreage woe 119 scree.
77* amount of a)l the cotton waa
48460 lbs. Tha average amount per
acre waa 1674. In cAnpariaoc with
about 900 Iba. par acre by ordinary
methods of tsrmiag.
A number of men refuted to re
port. The drouth came and the
crope were very poor. —
In addition to the other reports.
I have M co-operator*, which or*
supposed to moke their reports and
■end to Washington on blanks which
I mailed them some time age.
I have about 100 crimson clover
men enlisted, which we hare fur
lorulation free from
W .H. TURLINGTON,
Report of the Condition' of '
RTATE BANK * TRUST COMPA
NY, nt DUNN.
In the State of Norh Corel ine, et the
dose of bueineea December SI, 1014.
Loons end Discounts ... .$18,008.60
All Other Stocks Bends
end Mortnin: .. 8>60.00
Pnmiture end Fixtures .. 1,712.86
Due from banks
end Bankers .... 6,439 44
Cash Item. . 28.40
Silver Coin, Including ell
minor currency 687.81
Notional bank notes and
other U. 8. notes 860.00
Total . $29>89.80
Capital Stock paid In _$18,700.00
Undivided, profits, lam cur
rent expenses end taxes paid 60.16
Notes and bill* rediscounted 3,786.81
Time certificate, of deposit 1*1.81
Deposits subject to cheek 11 >9?.60
Cashier's checks outstanding 168.14
Certified checks . $8.00
Total . $29,889.00
State of North Carolina, County
of Harnett, as:
..I. W. H. Herring, Cashier of the
-ibov*.named bonk, do solemnly that
the above statement Is Ires to tho
beet of my knowledge end belief.
W. H. HERRING, Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before
me this 8th day of Janaary 1016.
W. R. Baldwin.
My comm lesion expiree Janaary
Correct — attest:
B. O. TOWNSEND
B. *. OOOPER
NOTICE Of IAUI
By virtue of the
erity given by two _ -
n’l executed by, Okra* McNeill
and wife, Molilda M^fAU, to The
Dunn Ccnuni aaioa A jRappiy, Ce. I
which art recorded in the oSce of
the Register of Deeds tor the County
of Harnett, In book 106 pegs 183,
163, the fallowing property wtll ho
■old at Public Auction tie:—Being
a certain tract of lead attested in
Anderson Oaak Tewjj Alp. Boun
ded or, the North by* the land of
Nancy Smith, on tha/aaat by the
lend* of Mary MeNetR oa «ha Booth
by the lands of Frank ;MaiiAla.on
the West by the land# of the Croa
tan Club, being the Sean* tract on
on which the mortgagors resided.
Dec. IT, mo, aad the aaaa bought
of the Kenneth McMaRl satats, con
taining 30 acres, Borg or loos, end
including the fear Asm dwelling
heues boiH by the mortgagers, the
earn# lands being oaUsod to the
following boandrtooI—Ajgtoatog at
a stako and pointers, thsans N. BO
C. 16 chains to a stall* aad pointer*,
thence N. 13 C. 16 ■***— to a stoke
end pointer*, thaaoo Jg Tl W. 13 1-t
chain* to a stoke aal yilaf ore oa
the west side of Big fcrapeh. thane* 1
8. 8 W. 10 chelae to 0 Make is the 1
south edge of Big Smash with g«B
pointer*, thence direct to the be
For further dtonripUto ref or sac so
is horn mads to a certain dead re
corded in book ITT, page 673, Regis
try of Harnett County.
Place of onto JL C. L Depot,
Done, N. C. TlttO of sale Sat
urday Jan. IB, 1616, at U o’clock
noon. Tara of onto Cash. This
Dae. 10. 1614.
The Dm® ("namlBtmi A Supply Co.
Pro f es»ion4J^Cardt
Mona. Harmony oaf Tkoory
J. C. Clifford, X. A. Tonoaf,
CUrrOKD A TOprMMKD
Dm, X. C.
Often on Sad floor of flrnt Notional
Book. Prompt ottanj|aa giroa to
. FRANKLIN T. DUPUK.
ATTORNXT- AT- LAW
ANOm, X. c.
Often la Gregory BUg.
Driver’s New Grocery •■ ’
ho^es that the New Year will bring you health, happiness and (I
success in a fuller measure than has ever before come to you ; jl
and it trusts that during the year you will find many occasions ji
puy pure’ c^ean» wholesome groceries__ ||
-lip rurdje-Hooks Building. ^[Telephone connection. II
Your BANKABLE Funds
Are safe when in our care.
Under government supervision and directed by the
best business men of this locality, our bank offers un
surpassed facilities for safety and convenience in bank
Though Harnett's youngest bank, we are delng a business! which
causes pride and are giving to our customers the utmost In good ser
vice end extending te them every fsvor safety allows. You could do
ao better than place your funds with us.
State Bank & Trust Co.,
Dunn and Angier, N. C.
• . * 1 \
A BANK OF STRENGTH ij
Tfco tor* Mattoatf Book koto
point of flow. Ufa opM ami ML
iu — oiiM *» aaaalf HwDJp
1 ’ *
Wo nociMnBy invito oil porno— wbodooko uonllito
Mtfoty for thoir Moony to Mono tUn book tboir book!—
Can You Find the
Here** bow ttte feat of oeSuloM coat $50j000.
w ncn tne movng picture ACOOfl jot lxjub joocpa
Vance’s new **A maadonal novel, "The Trey &
nctrt^ was owng oaianea toiDOtiunf nAppenea.
The producer pointed oat eeven pieces In the novel
that he rlrined ooold not be portrayed In pictures.
But they were.
It only took tld&jr feet of Abn to do k. hut h eod
$50,000 to gat Mfeo negattveel
Sea if you oaa llnd theaa eituatlone In the pictures.
They are lust ,pw of the many things worth look*
ing far In— ~
i FIRST NATIONAL BANK [
: DUNN, ■ - . N. C. |
G. W. EDGERTO* WILLS POPS
SOUTHERN MARBLE WORKS, •
DUNN, • - - N.C I