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Craven Knell (pent Sunday In
Kills Goldstein sp, nl Hunduy is
A. D. Wil.cn and J. A Hockaday,
of Angiet. weir in town today.'
Mrs. J. I. Kigby. of Norfolk, is
here to visit her mother, Mrs. Julia
All banks in Dunn will be rioted
Monday in ohaervame of Independ
ent Day. !
Miss Marjorie Godwin, of Wash
ington. ie hrr« |o visit Mitt Elizabeth
Min Kai'deen Spain, of C-n-en
villa, ia hric to vlaH her slater, Mr*.
Mias Lucile Morris, of Henderson
ville. Is hue (u visit her aunt. Mrs.I
J. Lloyd Wide.
J. L. Wade and W. II. Kowherry
spent Saturday oir Mr. Wade's farm'
in Bladen county.
S. B Ferrol, manage of the Dur
ham Hi «e*y Milu here. i% vi<i. m;
relatives in Durham.
Mm. Pauline Myers returned last
week from Winston*Salem where she;
had been visiting relatives.
Mrs P. A. Lae is visiting friends
in Leslngton. She will spend some
t me in Norwood before returning
Sheriff William H. Turlington and
Deputy Sheriff Kyle Matthews, of
Lilllngton, were herr Saturday col
Ueoigr L. Cannady, his daughter.
Miss Martha, and Misses Ruby and
Kugrma Crockett, are visitors in
Hanford today. /
Mr. and Mrs. James Hampton, of
Richmond, are here to visit Mm.
Hampton's parents. Mr. sad Mrs
Marvin L. Wade. j
Waller P Byrd and John McLeod,'
of Lilllngton, pvera hare Saturday
campaigning for candidates n the
Mrs. Sallic Gilbert and her little
daughter will laave ibis week for
points in South Carolina to spend a
At (art Sunday's Children's day
exercise* in the Colored Methodist
cnurcn idc kuid in iji.iu wax raised
for odacational purpose*.
ter Turns** returned today from a
visit to W rightly ill* Beach.
Employes of the Dunn Branch of
the Durham Hosiery Mills era being
given s week's vacation. fHe mill
will reopen Monday morning.
Robert Pearsall, who has been em
ployed in Raleigh at A and K. col-,
lege, arrived this week to spond the
summer with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs Ja me* Pearsall
H. C. McNeil has gone to Wrighte
nlle to attend the Seaside Assembly |
of Sunday school teachers. He was'
sent by the boys of the Bcicsn Class,
of the First Baptist church, of which
he is the teacher.
P. A Lee returned Saturday from,
Asheville, where he attended the an
nual convention of the North Caro l
Una Pharmaceutical Association, lie
eras alerted third vice-president of the
Graham Olive, of The Dispatch
staff, collided with a flivver yexu-r
day and suffered slight injuries to!
his arm and face. Graham was ri-l
ding a bicycle through Broad Street
when the car rolled arms* his path
and stalled. The car was not injured.
Miss Iva Pearson left last Thurs
day for Eden ton where she had been
teaching and directing the choir of
the First Baptist church for several
months until reesntly Miss Pearson
returned to Ed an ton to direct the
music at the special di-dication ser
vices of the new building of tho First
Baptist cluirch on last Sunday. She
is expected to return to Dunn within 1
a few days
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BUND MAN KILLS WIFE IN
• HIS HOME AT MACON. CA. .
Macon, Ua., June 27.—C. G. Car- ,
•on, tl, blind man, abot and killed hia ,
wife ham lata today. A four-year-old
child witnessed the •hooting. Creaaon .
Arad five ahota and reloaded hia pie
to!. Ho told the aherlff’a deputies
who streated him that he tried to Mil
two men whom be bad ordered from
his borne and did not know that be
bad wounded hia wife. The Crcaaoni ,
have bean kora under five yean, com
ing bore from Ware Shoate. (
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Having qualified aa administrator 1
of Corinna F. Booth, late of Harnett 1
county this is to aotify all pernuns
indebted ta aaid estate, by note or
account, to present the same to tha *
undersigned, duly proven according 1
to law, an er before the 17th day of'
fane 1*21, or this notice will be I
pleaded in bar of their recovery.
AU persons indebted to sold estate,!
Will please nuke settlement with the 1
anderaigned at onea.
This tha 17th day of Jane ISi*. '
Charles H. Jemigan, Administrator i
CHARLES H. JlRXlOAN, Adm ,
of CORRDfNA r MOORE, Deceased ,
■feeaa T. Wilson, Attorney l
. EVANGELISTIC SERVICES
CLOSE AT THE PIRST •
| BAPTIST CHURCH
• Last Sunday night md the
do:» of the two wroki* evangelistic
campaign at the Plrtt Baptist church
lit wai pronounced by many m the
moat successful campaign the charch
ha» experienced In many year*. The
main auditorium and the gallery
weic crowded to their utmost cape
dty at the loot terrier, while the
aLlee were filled with chain. The
preaching of Rev. C. O. Johnson was
unusually strong, and met with uol
raraal acceptation. The congrega
lions that heard htm arc almost un
animous in wanting him to come to
The immediate result! of tho meet
ing «r* oeen in the addition to the
church of fifty-three new mein berm,
twenty-nine of them for baptism and
twenty-four by letter. The church ex
pects now to put on u permanent
campaign of evangelism and enlist
ment that will accompludi uonaa of
the aunt kind of' raaolta throughout
the year as were accomplished during
the nan two weeks They say that
thry arc not going Ui be satisfied
to long as them remain* on* loot per
son in Dunn
FIRST BAPTIST B. Y. P. U.
The following officers were elected
yesterday U> eerve daring the bal
ancr of the present year beginning
President— Norwood Pope
Vks-Prca.—Miss Clct* Naylor.
Secrotary—Miss Lett Is St iekland.
Treasurer—Thomas A (_■
Cor. Seety.—Miss Lucy Pope
Librarian—Mias Margaret Moore.
Choiristcr—Mi™ Julia Ream*.
Pianist—Miaa Saltia Naylor,
Loader,—Miss Myia Ollec.
Mr*. K. L Denning.
Mra Rosell* Holland. I
Miss Era Strickland.
Miss Annie Lee Pop*.
The demonstration given yecter
dsy. rntitlril "To die or not to die"
WSJ very interesting and highly ben
eficial to the Union.
July If'.k, the matings of the B. Y.
P U. will have changed from Run
Joy evening to Monday night at « o’
clock. All numbers will plsas* keep
lit ) hi mind. *
Come and bring someone with you.
II You Want Mere Bonus and Would
Lik' to Cubic, tb# to your Oid Of- 1
fccial Newspaper—The Star* and |
Strip*.. Soa Willard Jackson in |
II* ha the p< lillon bring circula
t'd by Tbc Stars and Striper wh.ch
nc d •ub*, will cause favorable con
lid-mrion of th- bill now pvnd:ng
before the Senate.
Th* following buttress men have
I'drd as In this by subscribing to Use
Stare and Stripes:
J. W. DRAUGHON
• JOHNSON BROTHERS
JAR A. TAYLOR * SON
PARKER BROS. A JOHNSON
R C. TAYLOR.
■CT4BMMWBLSa. . J
w D. HOLLAND
THE BARNES A HOLLIDAY CO.
HOOD A GRANTHAM
THE JOHN A. McKAY MFC CO.
WILSON A LEE
E. L. PARKER A SONS.
J. MILTON TART
W. B. JOHNSON
GEO. E. PRINCE A SON
J. T. OUY
J. I.. WADE
J W. TURNAOE
M. J. JERNIGAN
fango Live* Down Bad A >e trim lias.
The EaU. Indian mango ia ene of
he great fruit* of th* world. To
hooe who have really tasted th* good
orta of It tb* pcacb Iowa its place of .
ilghcst honor. But the early travel- I
ft war* MOT* Interested in describ
ng its pecularitiea than In extoling '
tt wonderful fragrance and the I
epth of Its flavor*, for they told the
lam and cherry eating inhabitants of |
he British lilet that the mango re- 1
embed a ball of tow' soaked in tur- I
entine and inolate**, and said fur
har that in order to oat it you must
ndreas and climb into a bathtub and
hat after yoa aU It yoa must comb
te^yellow hairlUt* fibers .out of yoar ,
No other fruit In the world has
*en a* maligned. Thu mango tree*. 1
rhich are now loaded with their gol-!
•n fruit* in South Florida or* to!
•ioable that th* mayar* of the
asm* *f South Florida or* being bo
eeehed to keep the boy* from steal
n« tb* fruit from th# tree*, not be
*°*° they aro boll* of tow aoak*d
a molaawa and turpeotins but b*
au*e, a* they hong on tb* tmo. they
,r* »orth 2f> or more cents apiece,
* b»y can eat up a flve-dollar
'ill • worth la the time It takas to
The office of foreign seed and plant
ulrod notion of the United State* De
'•fij*"1 *f Agriculture ha* asaemb
rd, through the work of Ha explorers
md through exchange with the Brit
ah hast Indian departments of agri
ultura, on* of the largest collections
mango varieties In the
vorld. There are new fruiting at the
ilant introduction .field atatlon. M>
uni. Fla., about SO varieties thk year
md thee* represent the selections
’row »«" Umo 70 sort* of this great
YuH. Seme of thee* have scarcely
nor# fiber in them than a free-stone
leech end can be cat open length
rise and eaten aa easily with a epoon
is a Rocky Ford cantaloup*. They
laea aa IndaacribaN* agreeable aro
M mwlnboiit of puMMolao Tho
aango Iree, when it la bearing. Is a
tergaoua sight, fee H la a large long
Wed tree and the golden-yellow
Yalta as they hang in great clusters
from the dark-green fellag* make
me of the greet tropical plant sights
if tbs world.
To anyone living wHMn reach *f
he Hlaaal Pleat latrednetian Garden
in Brick well avenue It wouU be
v<»rth a long motor ride to see this
The mange baa mom aa a Ires crop
n Florida and, although it is tender
md can not bo grown above the llu*
>f heavy free***, H is destined to odd
rreetly to the charm of Hfo In the
% end of the Florida peninsula
, a »
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Into your business. It luuenj basl
friction by affording convco
and safety foe all trsasectlo&i.
Men could run ctrlftly if It were
not for the force of gravity and the
resistance af the atmosphere. Every
mean* to overcome these counter,
acting foreea enabler man to increase
Jurt so in the business world,
every method that saves time, in
sures accuracy and gives safety la
hailed with enthusiasm The check
account will do all of Lhasa things
for your busiaetr, and more.
You cannot afford to go on In
business and daily wants your efforts
to overcome resisting forces when
the chech account put* these ad
vantages at your command.
It will be no experiment for you
to employ the check account. Oth
ers have trivd It and learned they
could not get oo half >o wall with
You will approetatr oar service.
Citizen* Bank A Trust
BENSON, -I-.— N. Cj
1 bat day, ages ago, when onr mtu
doe tiled to trust bla uttlT into lb
keeping ot another, marked a groa
forward *tcp In achievement.
Today, Ike mao who fafla lo aval
iitmiKlf or thu facilities offtrwd b)
thn _ modern Bank is placing upon
himself the greatest possible handiest
In the handling of hii koetnea* offoim
All that -a thoroughly mod err
Banking institution cos oil or you, in
Safety, Co-operation sad service ii
yours, if you bank with ua.
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T. V. SMITH, President.
M. c. BUTLHiB, Vlco-Proo.
B. E. JACKSON, Vico-Prea.
GVY M HoOKk. Cashier.
E. T DRAPEB, Am. ('suiter.
* BUSINESS LOCAL *
SODA—EXPECTED TO ARRIVE
**t*® tan* Soda. Last this
^Moa. Don't (.t left. Johnaan
''P* **t*r«M J. R COLT ACE.
»«kt plant with 5 or « lights
ia*UUed eompWta and 100 poanda
carhidr tor 1*00. On* 9,100 gallon
cyprM. tank with cavsr for II Ti
4 14 V*' D*‘"n' N C *“",y * L**'
SOOA--e3(PECTED TO ARRIVE
J* y 1<*l 26 UJn* Soda. Last thl*
•aaaon. Don't gst left. John.on
1 Brothers. ^
■RICK FOR SALE.—CAR LOTS
and retail. Duns Dsvrlopaamt
*AIX—ONE PAIR OP DR
troh acalc*. 8m H. T. Hod***,
Dona, N. C. lRJt.
MOTICR TO PROPERTY OWNRRf
—M you have praparty to aall.
net bn the hifb dot!at rent
_“UU “n* ®*°' L Canaady.
tAVE YOU THOUGHT OF THE
Battery oa jroor car? If aartMM
BO*, wren* with the Battery oa
your ear coat In and UU ear Bat
**fJr Department ah oat It—we are
«are we caa remedy It and oar ecr
at four command at all
tlaea. 8M1TH A lie KAY.
JATTERY SERVICE—FOR ALL
Bake* of aurtiag Bottartea a -rr
30N'T FORGET THE NEW IMTER
‘kc Commercial Bank
^11 begin July let. Money depoftt
i . 1 . Department before
JnW Sth, Will begin drawing 1».
tweet aa of July let.
ARICK POR SALE.—T Ul LOTI
and retail. Dona al vtl»patat
Company, '*i ’
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SODA—EXPECTED TO DARR1VC
July 1st, 26 toa« Soda. Ua thi?
Mra^or. Don’t pt loft. Johnson
Broth art. tf.
" O T I C E — PEOPLE DESIRING
nomas thou Id let their wants .be
known to the man who can bay a
real bargain (or you. floe Geo. L
arfrr -■ —•
*°P*—EXPECTED TO ARRIVE
July let, 35 tana Soda. »-«t thu
J?***11' Don't got left. Johnson
DON’T FORGET THE NEW INTER,
eat period at the Commercial Bank
wtH ,b*r;i’ July lat. Naaay depomt
*■.. Sva> pepartaaont before
July 6th, wfll begin drawing la
tere* aa af July let
FOR SALE—I HAVE A LOT OT Ni
trate of Soda for aalo. Boa me at
one* for your (apply. WUH* Pope.
- D—e■ M. C- net
SOO A—EXPECTED TO ARRIVE
July let, 25 tone Soda. Last thie
aaaaon. Don’t get left. Joke eon
IAVE TOO ANT REAL ESTATE
for sale? See W. C. Conley at
Young's Hotel for attractive propo
rtion. Representing Walter and
Gariey Co., Xlaetoa. N. C. dt-pd.
LOST—A SHRINERS EMBLEM
watch rharm. Kinder will bo re
warded for return to ft. L. Warren.
DON'T FORGET THE NEW IffTER
eat period at the Commercial Bank
ad in Soring* Department before
win begin July I*. Money depoait
July 5th, wifi begin drawing in
ter** as af Jaly laL
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Systematic Spending? j|
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After the crop hi laid by, put the Tree
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A Reply to Mr. Lyon
I In the issue of the Fayetteville Observer, Monday j
June 21, 1920, appeared an article written by Tempor- \
ary Lieutenant Colonel Terry Lyon of the Judge Advo- :
cate General Department of the United States Amy 1
, *»king the voters of Cumberland County to vote for < '
► his brother Mr. Homer L. Lyon in the Democratic Con- !
; grarmonel primary to be held on July 3rd, 1920. ThU
I w°uld r> unanswered had not Lieut. Col. Lyon !
appealed to the voter* of Cnmberlend in a more or less <
patriotic manner. In one sentence he refer* to his ssr
vice over-seas and in another to his duty at Washing
ton. Now what is Lieut. Col Lyon's military record? '
His record is about aa follow*: j ;
At the first officers’ training camp at Oglethorpe. Ga.
he received a commission as Captain either the y- ;
try or artillery. A few months later he traaeferred to !
the Judge Advocate General Department which is a II
legal branch of the army. As a major of the legal de- I
pertinent of the army, he went to France and continu
ed to practice his profession that of law in the army,
while a large majoity of the young lawyer* of North
Carolina fought face to lace with the enemy. Later :
wu promoted to be e lieutenant colbnel In the legal
departmeat of the army, ’i he position of e Judge Advo
cate of e division during e battle is from five to fifteen '
miles in rear of the firing line. I for one would have i
nothing except pity for Liuut. Col. Lyon if he had been
forced to remain in the legal branch of the army while i
other North Carolinians bled and died on (he of !
battle, but having been an officer in the regular army? J
1 know how transfer* of officer* from the H— (the
fighting unit* of the army) to the legal branch of the :
army are brought about. An application by the officer '
to be transferred is generally made. 8o you-see in the ■
majority of the cases a man is not transferred from the '
fighting unite to the legal department of the army '
against hia will.
I quote the military record of Lieut. Col. Lyon neith- I
«r wfth pride nor with «»vy because of bis achieve- !
aients as a practicing attorney in the army during the I
late war. I do simply because of his reference to the !
•alary that Hon. H. L. Godwin has drawn. Ueut. CoL '
Lyon in my opinion is the Inst penon who should make ;
such a remark. How much baa he, under the guise of :
being a soldier, drawn from the United States Govern- ; >
ment while others of his age and physical ability lay '
in the trenches ♦88.00 p«r month. Why is Ueut. CoL 1
Lyon still hanging on to hie commission. The war is
over, ft reems to me that he dhould first get off of the i
pay roll of ths United States Government before he at- !
tacks Mr. H. L. Godwin. ; >
In snother part of bia article Ueut Col. Lyon refer- i !
w d^oMr' ,??dwln “ bein» * Poor sport Any young i
North Carolinian, who by choice, waived hia opportuni- <
ly to meet the Bochee face te face and accept a' position '
which permitted him to remain far In the roar of ths
• firing line and which compelled him to prosecute those
who made mistake* under fire, has he any right what- '
ever to call any one a "poor spprtT” It seems to me that |
when Lieut. Col. Lyon left the fighting branch of ths J
srmy in order to practice law in the army that he for- !
ever lost the right to express any opinion on matters 1 *
pertaining to the sporting instincts of red blooded Am- !
We dough bojre of Harnett County regret that Lieut ! I
Col. Lyon is unable to aaalat hi* brother in the present
campaign. Wa are certain that ha with hi* three yean
experience a* prosecuting attorney in the army, would
help hla brother a great daal. Soma of ua ex-soldier- :
n:en of Harnett County, who have felt the thrill of go- :
ing through No Han'* Land would like to follow him ;
in the district and explain more fully hi* real service
over-aeaa. In company with us we would gladly take
one or two ex-eoldien who for military offenses, were 1 *
prosecuted by member* of the legal branch of the army !
and who were sentenced to yearn of hard labor, but !
who,*r* "ow enjoying the "freedom and independ
ence of Harnett County on account of the full pardons
secured for them through the efforts of Hon. H. 1* God
win. We dough-boy* and Bailors of Harnett Coenty
know that Mr. Godwin, ever since the war began, baa
been a true friend to the service men and we trust that ;;
ex-service man of Cumberland County erfll not follow
the lead of an able-bodied young man who, doubtless,
had a legal office under-ground in France, while other ,
young men from North Carolina in the 80th Division
broke the Hindenburg Line.
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This article was written and published without the
t consent of Hon. H. L. Godwin.
18HAM &. WILLIAMS,
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Former Captain 7th Infantry, 8rd Divivion.
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