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On July 4th!
The people of Harnett County will gather in Lil
lington and celebrate on July 4th in honor of the victo
riooa conclusion of the war, the safe return of the sol
tod sailors and their glorious deeds of valor, hero
ism and self-sacrifice.
The occasion will also combine the gathering of
Confederate and Spanish-American war veterans and
the bestowal of honor upon these heroes.
i ne county commissioners have appropriated the
•um of $250 towards defraying the expenses of this
celebration, and every citizen of the county must feel
his own interest and his own pride in his own county
by coming forward and participating in the glory and
honor of the day.
Let everybody lay aside work on July 4th and come
to the countyseat and join in making this a jubilee occa
EVERYBODY WILL ENJOY THEMSELVES
THE SOLDIERS WILL TAKE RENEWED PRIDE
IN THEIR NATIVE COUNTY
A PICNIC WILL FEATURE THE DAY
L. M. Chaffin, Chairman.
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•a* «■* A* wbjMUd *• high
> Wgla to hatch
- Is as faembstor
mad rraa though Um
» bat a short tfsie
l aaflt for food. This
cos bo tntirttjr pro
r or itltoeitng of Um
-- tho breediag saaaon to
-— rmpaigs for Um prodac
•*}• of isfsrtBo ossa has boon wag
ed -am iwn Tt Ualtod StatM
' of Agrtcafcsre poultry
mad la below takes op
•d etoor ia Matos whore
rstiwes are highest and
famt. Weeks bore boon
^■wst tho KwpUr" for Um
I birds. Knormoo*
Wfag fad aeodloaaty, hare bora atark
0!ad daring esoh wank-. It ia aoeh
aore goaeraUy sadontood that bona
r4* »•» *• woU wHboot a. bmW
Is the Kook.
H has boas* wisely raaearktd that
as aactoat aad aa I retool boUof to
STalSiMl£a^ igto.red; there Blast
Odd soakers bake always asd rr
"jAoi bees bald is peealior rrr
SmITSmb booty preoeTttotT'iiea^M
oor rtrfllaatl.^ we ere etfll saporati
A boa la always gloss aa odd nmm
no valid reason can ba adduced. It
U a nagut of the old “odd numbers
tampt, and murmur hopefelly: “Thbd
Uma lucky!" Tha odd number again;
and the old superstition I
Seven 1. tha favorite Biblical nem
ber. and old divines taught that tt
bald e mystical perfection. M’s aa
odd number. Throo (• tha namber
of tha Trinity—an odd namber again.
Palatnff In tha “Merry Wives," i*
entrapped for the third time Ha him
self aaid: “They say there It a di
vinity in odd numbers'* because of the
old belief that the odd time would be
locfcy. It is a superstition still in
Physicians of other days always ia
pistad that "bleedings" should be In
odd numbers—one, three, flve, etc.,
and never an even one.
PRODUCE INFERTILE ECG3
West Raleigh. N. C.. June 4.—Col
iMtiag Statistics for the Agricultural
Extension Service from several ef tha
argent restaurants In North and South
Carolina and Virginia, Mr. 0. A.
Card e-ell. Agricultural Agent of the
Atlantic Coast Lias, has found that
tbmm invtitutlona tr« antnioMu la
Iheir desire to have farmers sell them
better eggs during the summer. It has
bcea estimated that about one-third or
mora of eggs sold by poultry raiaors
daring tha rammer months reach the
*" *£• ’*rf»r towns end
sal— In en anflt eondKion for feed.
This ia largely bars use infertile eggs
tra not prodtusl. A fertile sgg. one
** tromtoVam tha mS» bird
with the flock, erfil not keep well,
end. In most cases, will be rejected
because such eggs generally will moil
before they can bo taken to market.
Mr. Cardwell's statiatics *ow that
14 of the larger restaurants and
111.004 do sen eggs
annuity. The average of bad egga
idmiattiiUriaa-Ald TIM^ fffMP 18,
h«T -agga final fsrman beeaue they
not agga, freah egga, and all a* the
“‘"3*“*“* cradubejar^n. ami gan
mad vfctn tla buyer objieti
to the quilt* applied." This lady
•tatu that when hot weather begin*
she buy* storage egga.
t ??**" ***** *• • *oat enemy of
fr** «*J™ on the farm, Mr. 5! G.
0*i*er. Extension Poultry Specialist
«A.VhT“* ‘ “I*1; rula. wh :h co-t
“* hu t *» feUo*. bat which will add
dnlia-. poultry y,rd returns
“baaa are as follows:
Eaep the nsst* clean; provide on*
aest for every four hen*.
Gather the sgga twice daily.
6**? V**..**** ** • «®°>. <ry reom.
w,^*** *• •**» •» loa» tsriee .
Sell, kill or confine all —»if birds
u aoon a the batching season is ovtr.
I ** iranLU9fZA.C0UH AMP LACRPPl I
_*°tJ) EVERYWHERE I
WHO IS TO BLAME, GOO OK IN
A tot of Maaoalc “reeolations of
,V*4 "P***1” kW‘“ w** •
beW-facod lie. The "Whereas, It has
GoJl *° «** •» for
Brother Blank frees labor to reward,"
us a clear com of “paaaiag the bock "
|t attaiepti to shift blame for aa an
Um**F from the shealdera. of
vary calpabl* mortals -When cttlaens
They’ll Make You Say, “MORE”
• \ rjk^ SSbS’lSIl^ °«?-f™-CHra s3f5S5i?noS
•' sfctCST'.lSf's «•—••«■
■tod fMi It. t» tt. «a pwporttaut th.^J?S2i iL^
• KSiyL^1* ^ **\ Te? *en‘t hu to buy them «tnL
5?! thofamUy plentyof the good (Um
^RSLd^wS^r*f5?ralb?f ^ OCCO-,®IotS
to<ky‘ Look for the Indian Head oo thebe*.
SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
1-7 vlrt ye of tha paver of sale eon
in a Mortgage sxreuUd the
dav of Beplimbn, 1B1T, be J.
• illva.t to tho Bank of Capo
Ju-;- regist«rod tn Book 6J.
AN i’S #. <n tho oflics of the Rogta
»r cl Deeds of Harnett County, wa
rill .<all at pub Ho auction to tba High
-t bdd..-, far cash. the following
‘ 1 rwraonnl pro party, to-wit:
All of the bath tuba, lavatories,
nks. pip.itga, connactions and plumb
's* flatoraa af mrj daarriptlon, also
raaollna snginaa, water pump*, gaso
line and power pomps connected
thereto, hand pumps, acetylene ganer
•Af* and gma ftxturoa of every kind
Md description contained In tha
Metal Building situated on the South
dda af East Cwaaberlaad Street, In
the Taw* af Dona, aald building be
tas known as tha Maaeengili Gar eg*
Building, and all other property con
veyed In td mortgage where*>e\c»
,.?■* JuoB l0* 1,1 »• •<
Term* of sale: Cash.
Jttk «f Gape Pear, Mortgages,
^■rd National Bank of Dunn, suc
By J. A. Culbreth, Cashier.
NOTICE OP SPECIAL ROAD ELEC
TION IN AVERASRORO
Notice la hereby given that tha
Board of Commissioner* of Harriett
County have called a apoclal election
to bo held at tha Municipal Building,
1 In tba Town of Dunn, Avaraaboro
Towi^ip, an Tuesday, tba 22nd day
of July, IBIS, submitting to tka <rieU
flod voters of aald Township the qoeo
tlon of issuing ISO.OOO.OO In bonda
hi Towintip, for tha purpoaa of
improving tha nubHc roads of aald
Township and or levying a special tax
for the purpose of paying said bonda
and tha laterest on tho asms as the
»w# shall become due, and for tba
purpoaa of improving and maintain! rw
the roada af aald Townahip under tha
proviMona af Chapter 4*7, of tha
public,local Mwu of ISIS, and Statutes
amendatory thereof and repp] ernes
Notice to further givon that an
»•» r*gtotraOon haa bean
ordorad for said special flection, ami
“■* N- A- Parker has been appointed
j^tWnr. *nd 8. W. Jackson and
CjnsrteeTbornton Poll-holders for raid
Tkto tho tnd dap of Jane, 191*.
„ **• PAUCETT, Clerk.
Board of Comtalmloners of Har
ENTER! CLAIIT PORTLAND
C. M. McDonald enters and claims
a certain ttnet of Und. Mag and be
ing in Linington Townstip, Harnett
S°'J?tj\;4joln.ng of A. A.
McDoimM. C M. add A. A. McDoa
fii Bailey and other*, and
m #f **"***’• Creak on
tho LWIngten and Harnett Rood and
containing about two acres (I) more
? it"*.^®4 prot^ •» filed with- !
In the time prescribed by law a war
for wryty win be linn for mbc.
. . --1 of tha Sugar- i
ior ,-r of Harnott County la a
entitled, “Z. R. j
Byrd, Adwr. of G*orp Hobson Fowl
Hattie. Weneer. ,
st el pending In said Harnett Supers !
or Court, I win aelt at pnbHcHue- .
Uon to tea highest hidderVfor cash, i
tea fallowing deecrlbod lands fa Har- I
nett County, and in Averaabore Town- i
Tlmland. conveyed to George Hob- <
“"1 £SrUr*bZJ<U#<l of Ml>«> Lucas i
and wife, dated January 8th, 1947, <
registered in Book 107, Pago 47«, tee I
mmo being three acres oflend to be <
eut off from tha Southwset side of .
tho 17 acre tract on which Milos i
Lucas and wife, lived at the date of .
the above conveyance, said three'icres |
being next to the lands of Harvey .
Pines of 8nla: Municipal Building, i
Ltazin, N. C.
Terms of Sale: Cash.
This tha 2nd day of Jane, 1919.
N. A. TOWNSEND. Com.
penult unmnltary conditions to pre
S?* continue: when they allow
tea authorities to become 1.x and in
different In matters that concern tho
h!T ,h* ®f.vU,.r°mn,u,litf■ rrgre
of «n honored readmit
teould aot be attributed to tho wiU
*nd pUa«re of the Almighty. Such
reaolutteoa should properly begin with
* e»Jpn. for ovary eitlsen most
*nro la tea retponeibilttj. Some
teae a committee appointed by a
lodge tar such duty may cut loose
from precedent end the stereotyped
'orm of worts, amf startle the brete
*■• •**> ■ pronouncement in this
„ "we—* . “• Mayor. the CHy
Coaacil and the Health authorlUo* of
ertMlbnOy failed U>
taJled_ayo" to moan, the lou .f oar
Blenhi therefore, be h
that Oil* lod*e, doea hereby
ccmdejd web delinquent aathor.iiea,
hJW1‘T« ,“P to the reprobation
of oUaood dtlaena: and be ft farther
ho^aa of the Stale, aad the roorU
«o*alaanee of each
wmfa! napfeet and misconduct." It
- ‘?'f,TJf Uhaly that aecfc treat,
went woo Id tore beneficial results.
*^* •»*•• •» adapted I* net fair
to Gad. and w»«i oEendin* men to
roatiase in wro no-doing while (till re
NCWTOM OIOVI commence
p**,*rT*t ^ *•
* "•»**« Oe«J» ft5day?aad “man
i WT enjapht# aeead.a Indeed.
The smniw children bed aimed*
fy aaiiagali'miat oa the prte
MWrVJCr hod been espeetad u'
[hail Insurance i |
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t This is the seaso of the year to isure your crops of ! ’
t tobacco, cotton and corn against damage from hail. This
► section has been visited this season already by hail, but !! I
[ the damage was slight; the next hail storm may destroy • |||
» your crop. . ! I >
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We represent the best companies on earth and can ;; ’
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write you a policy that will protect you fully. And the i l i
jj; premium is small compared with the protection you get. !;
See us today and let us write you a policy that will i I i
3: comfort and protect. You sleep better at night when your
11 crop is protected by one of our policies. i";
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| Dunn Insurance & Realty Co. Hi
J. L. WADE, Manager
leliver the address at eleven o’clock.
dr. Kenneth Royal], of Goldsboro, a
roaog attornoy who has recently ro
amed frost over soot.
Preceding the address, the school
horns sang "Vocation Bong.” little
<iss Annie Bello Weeks recited "Did
rou ever stump your toe.’’ Misses
iertrude Westbrook sad Lon WU
lasns skillfully performed u dost. The
seeker was gracefully Introduced by
(r. J. W. Bryan. Mr. Royall spoke
>nly briefly hut to the point. The
nomlng exercises closed with a vocal
loartotte. Then what a dinner fol
owed, and how, despite the swirls of
ust naming over the ground, the big
rowd made way with those dainties
nd more solid victuals 1 Too tco wa
tood so thick shout' tho tables that
he dust dkte’t reae hthe food till
iter the crowd began to ■ ratter and
hen there wasn’t so mock food lo bo
art, but still there was a good deal
_ The afternoon
fftrla tor ■ fold eobi ss a prise. The
eontaetanta were Miseea Roby Weeks,
Margaret Rryaa, sod MlWred Cogdell,
with Margaret Bryan winaing.
The inroad contest was that of
three bo yd for a gold coin, Clarence
Gainey winning over Pat Tart and
Then came a contest for a gold
■eedal by three young ladies, Mwaaa
Naomi Warren, Laura Williams, and
Georgia Raynor, Misa Warren win
*)■*- These contests, in which all
the participants did credit to thsm
•elves and their teachers, were rn
with appropriate mnsic.
Following was the delivery of di
plomas to several members of the
seventh grade, and of two high school
diplomas to Miss Gertrude Westbrook
and Mr.- Weeks, both of whom
had completed the tenth grmda with
CTtdit Tht diplomas v«n 4i*
b«t he bean that the exert net at -
»M«ht war* ane, that a mat crowd
waa preeent, end that the beet of
order praraiUd, thanks to the alim
inatioa of a food deal of kune ai«l
Inf on two Jdoe of the riTlace.
Under the prtneipalahtp of Miaa
Ljiey Herrin*, aided by a One eorpe
of teaebon, this aehool has done moat
excellent work this aeaeioa_Samp
•on Democrat X»th. 4
ANN IUN< VIENT
We take this method of announcing to the public
that.we recently purchased the Godard Lumber Company
and will continue the business at the same location in the
southern part of Dunn. We are now in the market for
5,000,000 feet of lumber for which we will pay the high
est market price. You will find us at the mill at any hour
of the day.
We will have on hand at all time dressed lumber for
sale to local buyers. We also will dress lumber in any
quantities and will be glad to get in touch with those who
wish to have work of this nature done.
BE SURE TO SEE US WHEN YOU HAVE LUMBER
TO SELL OR WHEN YOU WANT TO BUY.
Tumage-Jones Lumber Co.
W. D. TURN AGE, Manager
DUNN, NORTH CAROLINA