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ZEPPELIN AIRSHIP FLEET IN
Tireulk BaaririmKham, K Lai's
Ljauv Croat! sad Bharrlaghasa
■e^ve Night Visit Press Gar
■»» Air BsWsra.
London, Jan. 20.—2:25 a. m.—Gor
man aircraft made their long threat
mod raid on England last night and
attempted to blow up with bombs,
the King's royal raaidenco In San
dringbam, county Norfolk.
King Georgs and Queen Mery who
haws stayed st Bandringham with
their families, only yesterday re
turned to London.
It ia not definitely known whether
the raiders were Zeppelins or aero
planes. bat Zeppel ins ware reported
yesterday as pairing over the North
Boa In n weaterly direction, and some
believe these were the raiders.
The night was dark and cloudy,
which mod# it possible for the peo
ple In the town over which they
passed to distinguish seen the out
lines of the raiders, though the whirr
of their propellers and the drou
of their motora could be heard.
A Zeppelin Is reported to have
h«n hran#Kt flown tiv ■ ararahin al
Haaetantoe, a few mllea north of
Bomba won dropped In Yarmouth.
King's Lgrsa, Sandringham, Cromer,
sberruif ham and B see ton. Every
where, except ml Beaaton, casualties
and damage t* property resulted.
The first place visited was the
widely known seaside resort and Ash
ing town of Yarmouth.
A man and a woman were killed,
a number of persons were Injured,
sad much damage to property was
done to raiders. Their visit lasted
Isas than ten minute*.
Four or five bombs ware dropped
in Yarmouth. When the attack be
gan, the authorities hare instructions
ghat all lights bo aztiaguishad and
lgit precautionary measures taken.
Few signs of peak ware ssen during
Apparently the raider*, after vts
ttfeur Yarmouth, flew over Cromer,
where they dropped bombs, and then
west to m.ax iIsghais gad Beaaton.
Twe hawses wars dseti'njsd.
The damage at Sandringham has
not bean reported- It it known how
ever. that the royal, palace was not
harmed. A bomb penetrated a boom
but did not azplsda.
Only yesterday Scotland Yard au
thorities issued tnetructhmi concern -
lag measures to be taken by the po
lice and other officials h the event
of aa air raid.
The police and special constable*
wars ordered to hold themarlres In
readiness for a possible raid on Lon
Sep and fire brigade* also wire
seal sad to be in readiness.
The report of the attack on Nor
folk county caused considerable com
asotion In London, Searchlights
througout the evening scoured the
sky with their rays to pick up any
aircraft flut might approach. Up
to a lata hour, however, there was no
sign of aa aerial visitor.
Jteporta reaching London said a
- .sgaadKon of Hz Zeppelin* crossed
over (he North sag and on raehing
the coact line separated, some tak
ing a southerly direction and others
an eppecita course.
Them reporta have not been con
firmed—News and Observer.
Captain Russell G. Langdon was
here Monday night for the annual
bsepaetion of "M" company of tha
asasnii regiment North Carolina
Natiasisl Guard and found the or
ganisation In fairly good order,
though tt ia not known Just yat what
hie report to tha War Department
recommended. In a short address to
tha oompany ha toothed on the prob
lem of health, gtetng pointers on how
to keep well and recommending tha'
oaah member ha vaccinated against
Bp ashing of Dunn’s sanitary con
dition. CnpL langdon said that If
la summer sanitation was no better
than ha found it while hare, ha would
rather take ehaneeo ia the PhaHpbiei
or In tke canal sons than hors. Ha
■old there wae an open sewer within
*# fast of Mo sleeping quarters at a
local hotel, that tha streets wars
, badly drained, back lata littered with
W* sad tha town, generally, la Just
dm condition required to bread pes
Theee are hard things to hoar a
bout tha town of whose greatness
wa never tire of tailing—and tha
thing that hurts moat ia that sshat
\ the captain says la true. No douht
the tame things era noticed by ev
ery visitor to the city, and H la cer
tain (hat Derm la much tha loser
ft sail those ahearvatiena of folks err
•booId try to Impress moat favorr
A DAT IN RECORDER'S COURT
Smith Has an Unnaually Busy
With a large crowd present Thors
day morning BoconlsrV coart was
called to order promptly at 1U o’
clock. None of the usual offenders
were present; this bring a kind of
off eaaeon for that pleasing di
version known as gittin ginned up.
M. C. Ivey was tho first to claim
the court’s attention. His offense
was that he had nuned up the par
son of a friend in a manner contrary
to tho poacc and dignity of the com
monwealth; but the provocation ap
pealed to the Judge’s liniont na
tur* and was eased off with the costs
which, in this instance amounted to
Joe Riley Jackson, a youngster
hailing from over about Duke way,
! occupied the star role in the day’s
! proceedings. He was charged with
having bombarded the house of res
of hi* naighbors; a shot gun being
the artillery said to have hern used.
Many witnesses were present to tes
tify for or against Jo* and his rase
consumed several hours Finally
though it was proven that he did not
do it - so be went his way rejoicing
and with his bank-mil intact; rt
cept, of count, the little amount re
quired by the lawyers.
For real criminality, Cha-lie
Brown, a sporty coon with the fare
of a gargoyle, was easily the claea
of the occasion, Charles has an a
rernon to work and had adopted for
hia vocation the art of dlsno-irr of
cocaine to lb* negm** of thin local
I lly. For that he wti permitted to
sire* on th* rood* for a period of
30 day*; and for another me diary
iny for vagrancy he waa given an ml
-nuonal 30 day* and rvqumtort to pay
the emit* in th* tern action*-- the
*um of $14 50.
WUli* Bam**, a negro fanner, wai
th* next to face th* Judge, and he
waa charged with diapoeing with a
crop grown upon the Unde of 1-Ge
nt* Sorrell in on* cane, and with da
(troying fence belonging to Mr. Sor
rell in another. Willi* put up a
Itrong define* and waa permitted to
go fra* wHheut tfc* stigma of guilt
William fUnfcia, another farmer,
waa preoent t* aaawcr to a charge
taxing him with cruelty to animal*.
1 Speclflcally, WUli* 1* aaid to here
unmercifully beaten a nick mule. Ed.
i B. Werror wax th* proaecutlng wit
nee* and proved to hie boner that i
man deeerved punishment Rankin
waa fined $T>, hut appealed to a high
er court and waa liberated upon pi o
ducing bond for hi* appearance at
For injurixg another'* property,
Jo* Bisxell we* told to pay *5 to the
proaeeuting wilnae*, and the court
adjourned to roconveno tomorrow
SAMPSON WOMAN Aftl)
LITTLE CHILD DROWNED
Mr*. Emer*oa Davie and Nephew
Deed —Two Daughter* Eaca >*
Death—Aalmal and Muggy Last.
Clinton, N. C., Jut. 18.—Mra. Mary
Hope and two daughter*, Mra. Eu
ereon Darla and Ml** Mary Hope,
and a grandaon, agod three years,
eon of W. H. Heps, wot* returning
from a vinit te Mrs. Oecar Byrd, at
Elliott, on Sunday afternoon, when
the mol* they were driving took
fright at aome object while croealng
the bridge over Six Bane near Moul
tonvilla and hacked off tka bridge.
MIW 1IV)PC UWJ M,U
the mole were drpwnsd instantly.
Mr*. Hope and her daughter, Mary
managed to get hold of him limbs
of a tree and polled themaalvea a
ahor*. The water wae some ton
foat deep where the boggy tack and
the mole wai prevented from radar
rntng ashore by the wheels of the ve
hicle becoming locked with a sup
port of the bridge.
HAD NO 81 DE RAIMNO
Clinton. N. c, Jen. 18.—The bod
ies ofMrt. Emerson Devi* and little
nephew, Wfllte Hope, were recover
ed from SU Ruaa Creek, two mile*
from here, late today.
Late yesterday a mule bached a
buggy, containing four people, from
a bridge ever the creek. A little
daughter of Mr*. Doric rescued her
deter, Mrs. Mary Hop*, by Bshlng
her from the stream with a pale
after Boating to the bank and elimh
leg «mt. The mute became frighten
ed while creasing the bridge, which
Is sold to have so aid* ratings.
Mr. C. C GITIlard, a former popu
lar cttitan * of Dll* city passed
through town last woek enroot*
from Fayetteville to hia horns at
flmithflsld. Ha had been a patient
In Hightmlth Hospital for several
week* aad K waa from that Institu
tion he was bound when her*. Hia
friend* win he glad to know that ho
Mamed to ho in the best of health
ROSCOE W. JACKSON DIBS
Duna Ye sag Man Soccamba to
Heart Failure (la Board Skip at
Hoaroc W. Jackaon, aon of Mr. W.
Sampson Jackaon, of thi* city, died
suddenly on board the collier Vulcan
lying Hampton Road* Friday aftar
uuou. He wts 31 years old, a na
tive of thia city and had many
friends here who are grieved by hi*
With tha exception of one year
spent upon a farm near Fuqaay
e Roscoe had followed tha
sea for the better part of the leal
dscade. With a singular love for
li-avol, Ufa aboard ship offered kim
opportunities peculiarly In keeping
with that nomadic spirit which un
fitted him for the exacting existence
of the landsmen, lie had harved ax
Stewart for the largeet coastwise
steamers plying the Atlantic sea
Uoard and hud served in other capa
cities for companies whose boats
touch every quarter of the earth.
Of a studious torn of mind, a close
observer, a good talker, he was one
of the mnst entertaining of men
when in the company of thoaa he
cared to talk to. Considerate of aTL
kind to I he unfortunate, loyal to
hm fronds ha tree remarkably in
different to .those with whom ha lot
nothing In Common.
Them >»u* much about Roeeoi*to
| admire; his-good qualit.es were ma
ny. as ons who counted him a friend
in this life and who knew kiwi par.
hap* better than any other outside
Wit imata/Waia r»lln wa -• 1
■lent (hat thosa good qualltlaa era
IIU body was brought is this city
Saturday night, nod 8unday after
noon in the preeenee of a large gath
ering of sorrowing fnonda, was laid
to rest 'nasth tha peaceful greena
twu of beautiful Greerw ood. after
a most faaprsaiva ceremony by the
! Rev. Hayiaa Cede.
Surviving Koeroe are hi a father
and step-mother; one brother, Wil
lard. three slaters, Mrs. Harhart Mc
Kay, Misses Gertruda and.. Janie
HERS FOR STEWART
Mr. and Mrs. William J-. Cory, of
Petersburg, arrived last week te ba
peasant at tha flog] yeulement of
that pardon of the William Ander
son Stewart shuts in which Mr*.
Core U concerned. She is tha old
est child of the late Mr. Stewart who
aa will ever ba well remembered by
the people of Dunn, eras killed under
the wheels of a freight ear at the
broad street crossing in 190*. and
for whose death tha railway compa
ny was made to pay one of tha
•orgaat claims over allowed for a aim
liar accident by a North Carolina
BOY SWALLOWS PIN
Saturday afternoon tha parents of
little John Oatea Harris wars given
an awful scare whan he informed
them that a pin had become lodged
in his throat and that he was chok
ing. Several efforts ware mads U
dislodge the*pin hut it was novsral
I hours before a physician was mbit
to gat hi* fingers upon R. In tha
meantime the poor little fellow plead
edwith doctors to km him and re
lieve the agony. However, he ia fl
ight new sad the experience seem*
not to bare affected his lively de
position - he’s )u»t as noisy aa ever.
| MONEY FOR FIRST
In their efforts to raise funds for,
windows to bo pieced in tho First
Bsptlst ehorch, tho Senday School
daises hive drawn a liberal peepo
wtioe froth Mr. V. L. Stephens, and
it Is this: To ooch class ralalftt se
much as $8 be srfU give an addition
al W. There are about a dosen
daaaae and each of thorn is eoafl
dvnt that the repaired sum can be
raised la a vary abort tins. Already
a good start baa been made by every
elaae end it le thoeght that try Sen
day Mr. Stephen's libera) donation
will be claimed by all.
nuNN term and furl co.
Stockholders of the Puna lee and
Fuel Company bald their Srat annual
mneting lest Friday night. A re
view of tho yeer*a bsminoee ehewed
tho company to bo in excellent
shape and that the qeantity of its
prodact eonsaaaod by this and sw
rnending towns was even greater
ban bad haen expected. Its sens
ings for its A ret season netted a
profit of 18 par cent. *
OAeem elected for the ensuing
year are: Clarence J. Smith, presi
dent; F. S. Cooper, vice president;
0. T. Noel, secretary sad tareaserer.
( hahkHeul letter
Chapel Hn«T"l9^ -Baaolved
Thai Nor* (Kina should adopt a
State-wtda IdA Ur the 'bsne«l oi
pu6!ic aehool^Htaa the query die
cussed by thfl(*gtfe Carolina Club
Bt tu recant A*«4pnthly marine
The debate iemented by
the aodiaaas'Afij^pn the enbjact
which favorabV^fetdi) for e State
wide levy on ff lie deciaion stand
Inr 22 to H -»*/
The debate^BHbe Insistent, erer
rernrHoA^heq^HVoaiviced in etT#ctjv«
array of fartBId fl curse on both
sides of the *jfi*Mnt. The enact
ment of inch ■B&te-wida law would
yearly rsin'orefM* coffefi of the ad
ucutiona) fual(j>h0OO—levyinc only
60 cents on (MB on each do*. The
estimate suppofif daft tn the Stale
was placed at®h),000.
The affect I v^Treranue- derivlt*
doc law of Vfe* was the bams
around which Ap of the affirmative
argument Va^Kprea. Vlrrfata re
pudiated t^a Ay tu of imimmtnt
™u”tJ by cvdfjjr, aftar repeated
failures, and iKtcd the State-wide
system, the aev us from thta tax
neu ennaally B the school system
of the State jAoo. after an allow,
anee for all ^Abo killed and cost
of enllertinc B>r. Similar laws
in South CaroA aad Rhode Island,
nets each StatAeepeethrely, $00,000
and $80,000. ^Hana derives $104,
ooo from a tuJAr tax.
^inr»» tsb^ktd from tssauty
North Carolin^Hountiss impoalnc a
doc tax exhibit® Urn fact that Wake
county receive®** blcbeet revenue
—$615. yearly, jaalow county, lery
ioc 11. reeelvsAhe lews lowest re
me HnMMo, vmca
assumed r proportion*. rel
ative to tb* dog Us enacted
by ruprooeai Georg* Pickard,
of Or*ngo brought forth th*
(tartiing t that the
county at a afegte
m**Ung, -slain mot
b* to $176-50 The
rat* of IS00 a tar »h*gp H11
ing dogs by a
raring, to *ay
cate that (fee
proportionately tfe leriml an __
nan. Tha fattier whS own a Wl
en fox, opossum, rabbit and coon
dogr would shgrs the burdpo of th*
$7&0M ootWted for the public school
system—banc* the inequity Of S
lory. The opposition wa* ceric
ced that th* bmm* (Unfavored so.
a law. and that th* wishes of tb* —
jority should prevail. The report at
Sheriff B. D. Bain of Orange county,
after the an serpent at rack a law!
showed a falling off of >U dog* lim
ed on the book* Id comparison wkh
the p rev ions -yearf-thu* testifying
to th* tendencey of Bsrvgardfng the
requirement to lint actual number
debate wee conducted by *tu
lente of th* University, g.
Hours, of Halifax ymsaty, and Mar
rlon Pawls af Durham county, np
heid lb* aBnaadva; C. 8- Harris of
Montgomery aeenty, had B . C. Bed
gin, of Randolph county, defended
tb* negative rid* at the eontroverey.
* & i. WINTERS
OIBL I.OBFS FINGERS
DaeCkter af Mra O R_ Tarhagtoa
Pote Ugh ted Match to Dynamite
PmtI. th. ten-year old dough tar
of Mr*. O. R. Tviidgton. I oat tkr*c
fln«*r* of her HR hgnrt Saturday
Iftamooa through th* —ylrtlm of
n dynamite r*p *« fed found, mu
Where (hoot bar mother'* ferm a
•hart diataar* fr*m this aity,
It U net known why th* axpkw
It. w»« thorn, and H t. cortatn that
tko girl know nothing of It* power
ful nature. Holdfcg H between th*
tkaieb and for*flltg*r of har left
hand, tk* struek » match with har
right tod hold tk* Mom under th*
cap. Th* remit wm terrible, meng
Hng th* hand awfully. Two local
physician* were cnSod In tamadtau
ly and they impfeotod th* Anger*
which wore than mntoly hanging by
shred* of flash. ‘ \
At thi* tin,* the tphowd girl t*
getting along rory aieaiy and it hr
said there inlitti* danger of blood
DURR MILLS WOttStNO
nvi DATS TO wm
Receee* of Ha l
of flnlskad cloth, fl
Milt* Company at _ .
It* mill on' Am deyot
Thi* nrhndul* hoa |U
aareral weak* and fl
tiro* for aa
title* of th* ,
•torod ta ftg _
dtrttood that M la ,
ly to gle* Ha
PRESBYTERIANS TO MEET A1
Ohje*t Batter Utilisation ml th)
Faroe# Good aad Bpfeitaal
Fayetteville, Jaa* 17*-—la issuing
a call for tka Eider’s and tha Doa
con'a Evangelistic InatituU for Fay
etteville Presbytery to moot hero
January £I-U. Inclusive, tha cOm
alttea appointed by the Evangelistic
Conference held at Mon treat laat
Summer and by tho North Carolina
Synod at its roceot tension at Hick
ory, call* attention to tha fact that
nearly 1,400 diarrhea of the South
ern Presbyterian General Assembly
did not add a single member to their
roDt laat year. Tho call is foe a
gathqytnf tha object of which la to
bring about a better utiliiatiea of
the force* for good and to sot la sao
t'oai the beet means for a general
spiritual awakening in all drarchm.
The object to be obtained by tha
institute aa atnkiagly oat forth la
tho Synod’s resolutions, is qooted, as
follows: “To das pea tho spiritual
life of ourselves and tha ms Ribera of
our churches To obtain for our
selves end to asrist otksra in every
way possible to obtain a better
knowledge of tha Bible. To learn hew
to be soul winners and use all prop
er means to help others aa wall aa
ourselves engage in this great work.
To Inara more of oar official and
other duties and by God's grace en
deavor more faithfully to perform
thorn. To co-operate more heartily
with our pasters In ovary good wort
to which wo are called aad far
which wo should bo qualified."
‘■Lot us call attention,” says tha
committee. " to the aad fort that
UM ytmr, aaarly 1.400 Church*, to
the Southern General A nimbly did
r»t raport a aiagW addition to their
•ramberaWp, aad further. that tha
Syaad af North Caroline aad yaur
»" Traebyury of Fayetteville, fur
eUhad a full quota af thaao seem
ingly frultlaaa Churches." Tha
(hurahaa are asked to taka imme
diate action aa thU matter and eead
at Uaat two aid era aad
ia addttioa t* tha f
A. D. Me CHra. See. E. L. 8fler, W.
H. Balk, and T. B. Bailey makes aa
aaniaart appeal for » fun ry-usMlV
tion at the instttyt* sad sake that
tho Call bo raa4 In rrory church aad
that prayar ba offered for ft* auo
The laaUtuta will bo hold to tho
Flrat Prashyto-Un Church af Bay
rttrHUa and Be*. Watson H Bair
Uy. pastor of the FI rat Church, is
chairman of the local committee.
Dr. A. 8. Boa* 1* chairman of tha
•nUrtaiamstn committee. Anyone
who tnUndi to attend U asked to
write to Doctor Booe. signifying
their ietention. A note of old fash
ionad religion ia struck by the
Synodical committee when it aapa
dally request* that there be oq
traveling an the train oa Sunday by
those atteac'ing the taetituto,
GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLUB
Espeneoto of out-door exorelae
for children AM much encourage
ment ia the manner in which tho
GM»' Athletic Club of this eily ba*
takan up thoaa oporto eo eondudva
to good health. The club baa an ex
cellent basket ball court over to tha
southwestern part of town and Mar
ly retry day its member* gather out
there to play that whelasetM gams.
Besides that thvy are given much to I
Wlllrfn* nflam - - « a— .*
ybnieinjr point* aamral mite* from
town. A tom day* ago wo MW tha
wlMb tribe hiking Into Duke lookny
M ro«y *rd freth u if thay had
■>ar*ly wfted down to th* fraetra,
and ■ trapped over th* ahouldor af
■aeh wa« * pair of roller okataa.
Thay had walked four mil** to an joy
Ikatlay for an hour In tha Duka rink.
Loat tVan»k PubUr 8cha*L
Honor roil for month aadiny Fri
day, January l*th, If)lb.
Pint Grade.— Parria Ammons
AHra Stowart, Felton Stawart, Mary
Faya, Ooorya Jarniyan. William Pay*
Saeoad Orado,- Floyd Pop. and
Advanew) Baeoad (trade,— Floonia
TTitrd Orado,—Claud* Pop*. Bee
tha Pop*. Darn Pope, Lynn Aamm.
fladlo Waaka, Tahaaga Tart
Fmerth Grade,—Thaddaoa H. Papa
Gladya A. Warren. Mary L. Jarni.
yaa, Haetor U WaaL
SUth Grade,—Jaa. H. Jarniyan
and Balll* W. Jarniyan.
Approved; poblbhad for Informa
.. ANSON JACKSON, Prla.
Th* Grom Supply Company, of
Coat*, b in th* midot H Ha annual
radaetioa ealo thU waak and daairn
all it* matamare to hoar in mind
Wat H b earn If
LKE-JACXBON DAT OBSKRVE1
Odeara Daeghter* Hmr Mamet?
Of Cwhkmy chief ulu
Coame worm tore at the birth of thi
Confederacy* groat chieftains ant
in honor at their minted memory
tbs Chkera Dauchten at (he Col)
fedaracy observed LaaJaekson Da)
to a moat dttlug manner at th* bom.
Tit L F. Hicks Thursday after
noon. To rasirk upon th* groo'.
*nd goodness at thssstwo mat
liars upon whoa* 1—nm real do
faat never rested, would bo a work of
supor-erocatiea. end to spook of the
wonderful loirs we bar* far their
memory is unnecessary. Lo* ani
Jack sen dU a alehe to the hearts of
all Bon there people unlike the he
reae of aay other people; to a* end
those who follow, their memory will
over bo erseo, their deeds In peace
end war win ever serve to keep alive
to our breast that loyalty to Booth
otw ideals which sets a* apart from
the dwellers of aay other section of
nor great country.
The proctam observed was as fol
Lord's Prayer in Concert.
Instrumental Trio—Cavalry Ad
vance March,—Mi**** Cortona Jack
eon, IUrhael Clifford and Roby Ced
Lae's Farewell Address to His Sol
diers,-Mrs. MeD HeiHday.
Instrumental Bole Love's Plead
toge,—Miss Bach act Clifford.
Foem—Blasts wall Jackson’s Way,
—Mrs Joel G. Ley ten.
Inktruaiental Bole Grande Polka
D* Concert— Mice Cortona Jackson.
Boom Historical FacUr-Mrs. T. L.
Instrumental Dust -Grande Gal
lop d* Cenesrt,—Mires* Corine*
Jackson and Baby Godwin.
A Eulogy on the Hvae of Loo and
Jaclcsoo,—Mrs. Bra sot F. Young. .
Instrumental Sola- II Travatora.
-Mka Barhaal CUfferd.
Lord Woleoy’a Estimate of Loo
and Jackson,—Mrs. J. C Clifford.
MBi. ERNEST F. YOUNG.
A SILVER TEA AT BAPTIST
M* « aOvar tea; tha object bs
tag to rake fade enHrt.nl to pU«
a Chinese girt to aChrtstien school.
It was the Intention of the yowvg
woaeaa to hold (Be tea several days
ago, hot they won advised that, in
viaw of tha large tarns required for
boil ding and other purposes, it would
hardly be advisable to uadrtako this
added responsibility. However, they
Went to work, paid shoot $40 into
Um building fond and proceeded to
Prepare far this tea. New they are
expecting their friends and woil
wtabon to cmac to their aid with
Uharal patronage aad wo hope they
wiH not bo disegipoieted.
the CAFE FEAE FAIR
Beard Caaspaesd of ■ -sdlag Men
Frew Seven Case tire Comprising
The Asa iris tie pl
Fayetteville, Jan. 17—A farther
expansion of the Cape Fear Fair A»
soeiatiesi waa Inaugurated at the an
nual stockholder’s meeting here, this
being indicated by the increase of
the beard of dbwetors from sixteen
■Miaberg to t'u'sonj -seven. Twenty
•vp of these was* elected by the
making, $ha two others to be ehae
m by tha directors themselves. The
director* wen chosen without re
gard to ewatto. The new beard
eewatota of Btoa H. Butler, of Seeth
«ra Pfaea, Moore county; L. A. Be
thaae, Itogw county; S. H. Davie,
Btafen county; J. Worth JMraaon.
Baoford, Hoke county; Angut I>.
MclanMa, Rowland. Rabaaaa eeunty;
J. W. Johnaon, Red Bpringa. Rebe
aoa county; J. B. McCormick. Park
ton. Xebeaaa county; McD. Holliday,
Dnaa, Harnett county; J. R. Bag
gett, LilMngton, Harnett county; F.
U Holcombe, Dr. 1. V. MeCeugan.
John W. Judge, C. D. Hatodf. Them
aa Badger, A. R. McMillan. Dr. H.
W. Lilly. W. t Ktodley, N. M Mc
Arthur, T. J. Fnrdta, W. D. Ballard.
Thewae H. Button. R. J. Lamb, Mm
H. Andersen, John O. Ellington, and
A. B. >uiu Cumberland county.
AR the executive nilcurm ware re
| •****. them being T. a McAUstar.
prnldwil; g. H. Strange, vie*, prea
M*ltl Waltor Wataon, treasurer, C.
W. Rankin, anietaet ti muni. and
R. M. Jaekam eeerutary. Tha toc
'•kttT'a aad treasurer** riper U
khuw the 1*14 fair wae the Mg
«um aad beat ever held and the d*.
termination was expressed by all
them present to raaks tha tm Capa
Faar Fair ever bigger aad bettor.
The aaaiiLlatJm coven aarou cuua
Ue* Cumberland. Rohe , Ret men.
Modea, limpeen, Harnett, aad
**• A .0. Bemra toft yeetorday for
a abort visit * Rhptotovflto
1 fuix national vrocKiiouh
Tha Firs* National
regular annual auatiae
ara in tha Institutions «
ley. At tha toeetb^
waa requested to set aa
and ha sppaictod Maaera. 3. U
ar and P. V. Covpsr to act as tollers,
who reported 11 par aaet ad tha ata«h
repress* ted either ia paraan ar by
After thie the regular routine
baeineee wee takes tap. Praaldtot
P. S. Cooper of the bank read Ms
annual report aa to the business ef
the beak far the year 1M4. which
toowad the affairs of tha hash to be
ia assailant shops: am ana dollar
hariag beast charged aff an acaaaat
of bad leans or otherwise.
While of coarse the business ef the
beak for the year 1»1« was net al
together as good as tha .imlsii
year, which waa caused p-ioeipally
on account at the low prices pre
sto* for cotton, itM tha report
showed a vary good peart work with
fair returns for the stockholders. A
7 per cent dividend waa declared far
the year and wethtng over «M*.
ad<ted to tha undivided profits e>
Vhe following ware elected far the
year 1»1S as directors: fee. A. Me
Kay. president of the fee. A- McKay
-far. Co.; W. B. Cooper, chsinaaa .
of the board ef directors ef the A
merlcan National Baak of Wlltol^
“»! J. C. Gifford attorney far tlto
A. C L. 1L R. Co, of Dana; Thee. X.
Cooper, prssidant «f tha North Qm
■hlegton; N. 'A. T—rrmd. city te
tcrmy, of Dunn; C. 8.
tmWnt usd cuter 0f tte teak
•nd P. 8. Ceopur, ymitetaf tte
P* S. Coapar,
i w ml & a
.The first Natfaoul tea a
af mw fTOjteOA* aad la tte
banking institution la
I non* Hamate or Jc
it ta alaa a naatear af tea Pe
kaaarve Bank, of Richmond. ate tte,
ftma it quite an advmataga In tte
wag of handling - imini. Mna
trial and agricultural loans for *H»
The bank officials haps to bo abla
to mav* into liter near fmu atop
bank building, which la teteg amt*
ed on tea comer of Broad ate Wl
aoa streets, about April 1st. Tte
naw building will |hc than ante
mora room and will butter aaabla
them ta taka cam of titer -traai
COLORED TBAODB8 »—t '
AT LC.LINGTOX SATURDAY
Professor J. G. Smite. yrtarRial
of the local colored eebaols. aad Ind
rr In the movement through WWte R
it hoped that tea young rionflsya
ate girts of tea ematty wW ba
tteM com dnba Cor tha bays and ta
—U dob* Cor tha glria am ta ba
launched and Prof. Smith ta am
**“• 10 ho to a taisa wand praam.
, blljf doaa ha won* para— la
hr— tW childran ta ha aarallad m
“•*«» •* *haaa cfubo; Cm, thro—i
U—t, ha oxpaeta ta awahaa a haoaor
Intarat In ag—oltaml pmoa— aad
ta toaeh tha boyo aad stria aaaa
thtac oC tha aa— —Hi at (m*.
NSW COUNTY MOVSMKNTB
Th* Donn Dfa—wMch ta hope
ful that a nw ciaaty «S ha ge—•
Uohad oat of pert* of Harnett, John,
•too. Cambrrland aad 8—paon, fhala
rHad baeaaoa Tha Ttmoa ‘takaa a
A— at tha —a -tilth haa pm
ducad so amity aaw count— la North
Carol Inn," and maay of tham 'at tha
paapar variety. Of man* wa did
not have Jar— county hi ariad. Oar
raamriu ba— praraptad by a eaaaal
glance at tha amp aad a Might an
qiao Intan co with tha tax fl(ma.
art far ahead at older rooitlao.*—
aa a hrrinaaa prop— tha ml
Ammably oaght to ha q— rara —t
‘he creation at a Mr ooaaty w0 —
hnpoerrleh tham matin of wh—
tha naw tarrthory — a part. Tha
tagUlatrra will net MTar an* a—
fhrt ta aaw h— adrara— at Mo