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VOLUME VIII. DUNN, NORTH CAEOLDM
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TO OBSERVE BIRTH
DAY OF THE ORDER
Will Attend Special Swvien at
Christian Church Not
WILL DELIVER ADDRESS
Mambon Of Order Will Gath
er fas Hall at 2:30 and March
Id My to Church Where
Sermon Will Start At StOO
O’clock—-Public Invited To
Special services in observance of
tbs fifty-eighth anniversary of the
birth of the Pythian Order will be
held la the Christian Church Bant
Sunday afternoon at I o'clock, when
kov. 3. 3. Langston, pastor, will
prsstch a special sermon to members
of the local lodge. The public gour
elly la invited to attend.
Members of the Knights of Py
thias Lodge arc asked to assemble in
Pythian 1M at 2:30 o’clock and
march in a body to tho church.
Tho following proclamation calling
members to the Atirwin has been
Issued by the ruproas chancellor t
To ell lodges and Members of the
Older ad Knights of Pythias:
GREETING—February 10, 1013,
will mark the Fifty Klghth Birthday
of the Order.
It is most fitting that proper cele
bration of this anniversary be obser
ved upon all occasions, bet particu
larly is this tree at this time, bona am
of tho phenoraeam] growth of the
order, lie growing popularity aa a
fraternity, and consequent prosperity.
Looking baclnrard twelve months
over the greetset year we have seer
known, we And a great degree of mb
< abaction for the pert ere have taken
la these successes, aad K girts an In
spiration for the fatars growth, to go
onward and upward in our work far
the benefit dnd welfare of humanity.
NOW, THKMPOBK, L William
Ladew, Supreme CMtoaBor ad the
and fittingly celebrate Pythian Anni
versary during the areek of February
19th to February 25th, 1922.
One feature of the program should
be tbs reading of the “Declaration
of Principles," as printed In the Su
preme Statutes and the OAlckal Pyth
ian Lodge Directory, hwuaneok at
February loth, this year, comes on
Sunday, it could very properly be
commemorated by services in mu
In witness whereof I have hereunto
»«t my hand, attested by the Great
Seal of the Susrcma Keener af Ha.
colds and Seal, this 4th day of Jana
ary. 1922, Pythian Psrlod LVHL
EXAMINATION FOR POSTMAS
TER HELD AT DUKE SATURDAY
Duke, Fob. IS.—Tha competitive
anamination for postmaster at Duka
was bald Saturday. Thorn standing
tto «uim were F. X. McKay. O. R.
Simpson, aad J. R. Turlington. Mr.
_ McKay baa the endorsement of the
G. O. P. county organisation, and la
said to have John M. Momhoad'a en
Dr W. p. Holt was in Raleigh last
vreah attending the trial of Dr. J. X.
Manning. He was tha first witness
for the defense.
Rev. A. C. McCall has accepted
the pastorate of tha Baptist church
hare. Ha moved hit family here
from Oates. N a, last Friday. The
entire tees extends a cardial wel
come to Rev. Mr. McCall aad family.
Archdeacon Morriaoa Bethea of
the Raleigh convocation conducted
in i leas ia the auditorium Bandar
Mias Minnie Ayala spent the week
end la Benson with rela* voe.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A M.-Csrmiugbey
treat tha waek end wltn rolativst hi
Mlm Mary MaLoaa of the high
school faculty speat tha week end in
Bad Springs with her parents.
J. F. Hardee aad family spent
the weak end la BaMqk.
M. Beat wn rooay nlykt
for WmaUaBeiew to «Uen4 the fa
Mttl ot he* ■reatHtreadwethey, who
wai ninety-***** yean «**•
* Mr*. A. H, Harp** wM eemtel to
the Coed Hope Heapital BoiUay. She
Si aeftria* Irw a narrow Wreak
Mr. end Mr*. H. S. Caaren ef
KM(«cre«t are rieWa* Dr urf Mr*,
We P. Hft«
The eondltteo ef Mr*. M. M. Jtoyali
aemalna unofcanced. Sb* |« nfirWf
from a faneral debility ef the *«r
▼oar qrcttob. Her two aeaa, John aad
Rayatead, *f Otaeadbore. ae* at Wei
Tb* hubfSMUr bn*ml
(By Ruth Toung.)
On th# evening of February lOtli
from b no oath the cave* of aa auatexe
bat familiar old aquarr building, th.
ayrlnd twinkling light* of Saint Vo I
i extine, ahone forth, for th« acan<
within waa that of the Junior-Ban to:
reception of -*2-*8». Vnaocuatoa
ed to aught save the rigid regulation!
of adtoel Ufa, it waa with acme do
Itrae of oatanlahaeat that the amid
time-worn walla felt thcnsahraa a
quiver with the merriment of Uii
youth within them. The broad ca
trance door* were flung wide to th
balmy brcetei of a *prlng-llke nlgr'.
enticing tha merry-maker* from th<
punch-howl on the firat floor, mid at i
fornt acena, wherein the bine and
white-of the Junior elaaa prtdemim >
ed, to a moonlit campul withou;
Through the open window* of the eat
end floor, the (train* of made from
the splendid ondicetm, lent rythmic
beauty to tha arane.
In the auditorium on the eecord
«m»r, promptly at 1U o'clock, V .
XM*U ukiUoI arc and the banquet
board. Unique ia (to gala dress of red
carnatiom and Valentine place-cardc,
tho artirtie table waa lifted by
groupi of fllekoring rod taper! from
the <inter* of Cupid heart*. Both
Ihc color ichetna of tha table and the
fettoooed Will* where huge beam
appeared, depleted the color* of the
Senior clan—r»d and white. The
wrmptuoui three-eoune banquet wai
■erred by member* of the Freshac i
ind ropbaore classes, wearing whit
:ostume* with the heart decorations,
mil Helen Vaughn, pToaidtht of the
Junior ela*», praddod. while appro
priate toait* were given at intorvul
duriag the repeat- The response to
Mil* Ruby Crockett’, toait—**T«
Saint Valentina** came aa a character
•ong and dance by the pupil* of Min
Agnes Kill*. Then fairy-like
nymph! In their improvimd garden
of roaea, to the ctraini of "An Old
Fashioned Carden," brought forth re
peated applause from the guests. The
reply to tha toast of Mils Mildred
Shell—"To Cupid", came from little
Mima* Margaret Townsend and Doris
ratlinn* ■nsarnti a# tkd» iuninr snd
enior c lanes. respectively, Imperson
ating the mamengers ef Den Cupid,
himself. The Mate af the evasifeu
vers aa fellowst
"To Oar School"—Klee Emily
Etipenat—Mr. W. 8. Snipe#.
"To Cupid”—Ml** Mildred Shell.
"To Saint Valentine”—Mue Baby
Bceponee—Saint Valentine's Me#
"To Our Town” —Min Elisabeth
Rcspontc—Mr. Bill Newberry.
"To the Admlaiaten of Awe and
Multiplication”—Mr. June* Ferrell.
Keeponeo— Min Ethel EnHn.
"To tho Vlfloui That Lie Bey cm d
U*—Our Career*”—Min Ruth
In tho firet woo hour of the morn
ing, aa the gueate ware reluctantly de
parting, the eeaiar elan, eaprening
their appreciation of this event In
heir honor, aiiwnblad on the cireu
'ar stairway and toasted their hortl
of the evening, the elan of IttS.
ON ARSON CHARGE
State Insurance Department
Henderson. FA. 14.—Investigation
covering a period el severs] seeks
resulted In the arreet today of Gee.
A. ffyetaff, toca^ Jeweler, W. F.
Wooten, former member of the police
force and Willie Scott, the Uttar a
negro, charged with conspiracy in
connection with fire, last night teal
partially burned the baOdlng in which
Wyckoff has hie store The negro k
harged with conspiracy In connection
with the homing of an automobile
about a year ago, mid to have been
the property of Wooten.
Inspectors sent km by tee Stats
Insurance Department, detectivm In
the ampler of Ineoraaee eowpeniee,
•ad local ateeere are alike reticent
•bent Uio development ad the chnnrei
•gainA tea men nader arrest At
three will bn given preliminary boar
ng tomorrow, but it la uaderetooc
that only evidence with a view U
bolding thorn for SnperUr court wfl
be offered. Bond was required for tbs
two white mm In tee mm of $M0<
Ten firm doting tee peat wont]
knee aronned tea raepialane of tb<
laannuee Cosnwlwisner, end A 1
tenoTully expected he^» that fartbai
■feeelepwanta wli be atere ee lea
••motional. Bote Wyckoff aad Woo*.
•* were placed under arreet n fee
daye fellewlng the fire In the build
11 In*, wkm Wyrkoff kaa Ma plua af
' kiMtataa. He lisa* aa tka *aaaa4 (tear
ilaf tka balMtnf. Tha eharga aada
•pulpit ttiiai al that thaa waa mml
’ 1 Both sara ba#4 far 14,00* a>4 ua
' awaMn* trial hara hi Maiah.
gives some history
IN REGARD TO BONUS
Tam Weises ls|t WsiMeglee Ami
UFtysHe Usee teed
j Washington, Feb. lb.—Statements
| that George Washington end General
; LaFayette received grants ef e bon
»* from Congress w«re made In the
Senate here by Senator Watson, De
mocrat, Georgia, in support of bonus
8cnator Watson renewed Senate
discussion of the boons in n yoei-b
[replying te that yesterday by Senator
3orab, Republican. Idaho, u4s con
tended that the government should
have first concern for eoldien.
Taking issue with Senator Borah's
I position. Senator Wateon mid ha de
plored the effort to “tack odium to
[the word bones" and added:
j "Washington took hie bonus from
l.-o French and Indian were and so
'u-d all of his soldlatn, ia grants of
1 lund." ,
denaler Watson said that Cs^nm
trusted La Fayette a baa as ef ZOO,
ooc cedi and 3Z8.000 acre* of land in
f cnator Watson said bo would not
. ro'.o for a bonus tf it had to come
; ‘.arougti a oelao tan, s tea on gasoline
or a three cant postage rate and sup
ported the proposal of Senator Sim
mons, Democrat. North Carekaa. te
.’ey it out of the foreign debt. Better
t’uoa that, be said, would bo to “pot
• •«<b into circulation the two btltiae
j collars srithdruam in the last year mad
BRYAN WILL NOT
Say* Ha WmU C—Mar Nam.
matioa Howwver. If T»
William J. Bryan responding ta
inquiries u te whether ha would be
a candidate for United States Sena
tor from Florida in the ITssasnitlf
primaries this year, leaned a etate
aeat la whieh be Mtpai
*T have been actively agmN to
politic* far moro the, thirty yaero,
end with the exception of loos then
•o\oo years my work has boon done
»s a prime eitieen, and I prefer te
eontlaao to serve the pah lie without
the earertof aflce. If the Democrat*
of Florida fell that *> * Hon at or I
.-ouid render a icrrice te the Btate
end to tho party to she action taA
elent to justify them ia calling upon
au to represent them at Washington,
1 would consider the matter from the
standpoint of doty<aad to eoanoettoa
with ether claims upon me. bat I have
no thought of catering into e eeatont
for the oAce.
“The nominations that I have re
ceivod—two for Congress, one far
the Senate and three for the Pmd
dency—have been tendered me prac
tically without opposition sad I have
prised them as expression* of can
Adcace. No friend will aspect me, at
my period of Ufa and who* my poli
tical record is knewa to all, to solicit
opport or to taka tho risk of alien
Jtlnp those pledged to aapisanta. I mb
looking forward to eonghotel assni la
lion hers with Florida Democrat*
who kavo been my te lahorsra for a
quarter century—I am sore that ear
relations trill be pleasant aa tom m
any plane do aot conflict with the am
bitions of others or with their pertow
al prof creates"
CARGO OP BOOZE IS
I THROWN INTO OCEAN
New Bern, Feb. 15_Aeeerdlng to
'■porta reaching hare free* Baa a
fart and Marchead CHp, the cargo of
-to wh lakop thrown of a Brmadad
arhooaer near thoaa potato caracal
waoha ago haa hoaa praatlaaUr an
haoated. The whiter Mh^tad
hp aathroe af that aaalloa and need
both for boioo conaoaatiaa and akip.
■toot eatoMo, a good portion of Ik
la reported to hare hoaa cent hare.
It la andoratood froaa Beaufort
neopla that the naa rnaaar waa flee
ing fma what it enppaaed waa a
reranaa antler whan it wont agroand.
After Ha cargo, art wealed at be
tween ilea and eight thcaaaaJ gaartn
had baaa thrown lata the aeeaa the
toartcr of the «boon or dlaearerod
that kla roewiae craft waa an ordta
1 erg tog boat. K waa amid.
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oigmalaatloa. It to
U gathering aU
can aa tha
to aerorml to
orahly of ti
aa g team
ho pa that Daaa will
letter from 1.
tnaaarcr of aaa of
tioaa la Sanford,
"la reply ta yoar*
with refereeea to
iag aad Loan
N. C. 1 hag to
iaad our* ia
Mi aharaa. Tha
dwelling*. Tha other half have baaa
loaned dtlofly ta paittoe that already
“With reference to par ceat af dt
eidanda, yon will fad ia farther
itady af tha Bn tiding and Loon af*
fair* that tha dieldand la a deferred
ta* of instaBmaat atack, that la ta
■ay that certain no la daaa paid to
a certain period of tha* and Internet
oa thee* laataBiarnta wake 1M par
rehw stock. Wo bettor* that Sana
an rayport a Building nag Loan A*
•orlottos nad I think, it nrfll ba a
wonderful help to the tnUire growth
and develop want of ]f*w town. We
would ba glad at any tone wham yau
•re la a or town to ga Wn tba ettuo
Uaa mere thoroughly with yea, ga
into dotalU of boohs aad recants tost
it will ba nee emery tor yau to hasp.
In fact gree you all tb» Information
we Kara worked out."
GALLANT MUMtt *
POSTED AS SLACKEN
Kinston, Fob. l«^-1*o W*r Da
poitmist's camploto «*»n«rmtioa of
William Conway, sa-ssTriesnaa of
tkU city, formerly charged with *a
l action wrrtrt delinquent*. la piano,
lag to Conway. Aim ho k Had to haao
bnno tornad sat of Tba
War Dopaurtmont caaaod a vary tons'
thy atitrmant U ba tontod to tba of*
fact that Conway bad mraad honor
ahly In tho World War. Bofora this
earn* from military baUqoarten, it
waa mooted today, Ooaway was k>
boa into soots dy an ton dasartlaa
cbatgt and contacted to an army pool
whara ha arm dotahiol Conway*
f Hands aakl that altar balng onstil
ba was aot given tho apportaaltr *•
nrodnco proof af his sarvica. Flald
AitlSery, ana af tha “marehlngoat"
*r merits ta go ta Fran**, and waa
aflan udcr flra. Ba had miowtaarad
and waat ta war whan tho draft bo
camn too "stow" far hi«. forgot to
tall tha draft board, and now, mom
than throa room after too war, ha
ha* to provs that ha wosnt a slasher.
I PUT BAN ON MOWS
■ OP PAIN dCNESN STANS
Lynn, Naas, Fah. 1*-—Local no
tioa pie tor* tbaatroa have dtooantlon
ad showing platnraa faoteiteg Mary
Mfla* Mkrtar and Mahal Mtcmaod.
what* a oat so hove boon maattonad
<n coonaeUan with tha mnrdar of
WMiam Pound Taylor, motion pic
ture dtraater at Lot Angola*. Tho
aetMa waa takaa at Sta mqoaat of
tha aitya hoard of oaaoom.
Tho hoot tdmlkm to that whtab on
pro** ii kaaif to wosba
lint and >9,711 af Baton ia Jaaaaiy
Cottoa an hand January >1 ia eao
auattog aatoblltoncnto anoantod to
1,«7*,0*3 balaa af lint aad m,7*l
af liatan, corapatad with 1J41J41
of Hat aad *38Jit af Baton aa hold
a yaar ago, aad ia public too rag* aad
at coaman. MtMN balaa of Bat
aad 1UJ1I of Baton, tiaurrd
with 4,4*6.481 of Hat aad IUJ11
'•f ia<m n It! t j,or tga.
bapaita doriag Jaaaaiy aaiotmtaJ
to 4UM balaa, compand with Ur
0*4 la January laat yaar.
47*.*14 baby including 17J43 baler
af Baton, najiril with 494.Ml
balaa, including 4.144 balaa af Ba
ton, to January laat yaar.
Cotton aptodla* act hr* doing Janu
ary uunbarad 14,447,447 aompond
with IU4IJ31 to January tort
’WtntirtSr* far cotton grauing Mato*
Qa band Jaaoary >1. to uMiunfad
catablWuuaiU 847,061 bain com
pand with 414,7(0 a yaar ago. aad
433*317 bale*, compared with ir
1*13*4 a yaar aga.
MAJOR HALE DIES
* H FAYETTEVILLF
Fhyottovflle, Fab—Ibnrt J. Halt
of the Wilwn admlolattottoa to re-1
ogniae the do facto government of
hat country. Ha *U U year* aid.
Although he bad baaa ia docttnlap
iealUl far fear yean Ue condition
ae net coMfdeeod adm antH the
**» few daya, aad his death was
‘iohatfcr naeager^«il, coming almost
heforo the member* ef bis family ra
il i red that be wee ia a linking eom
Ttloa. ae be wae in the fab pneecce
of bla faeoltiae an til a few aim
-.•» before the ead.
Major Hale was Fayetteville’s flnt
titles n. and the anexpected aewe of
hi* death bee thrown a pall of Borrow
war the city for wbee* advaacoment
be bad labored faithfully aad wntlr
agiy daring the long yuan ef Me
'labile service. It wae announced to- I
light that the faaaeal mrrtree wOl
he bold Friday afteraoea at > o'elerV
being eendaeted from St Jehu's Epic
-opal church, ef which Major Half
wae a life-long member.
Major Hale wee born at Haymeaat
'ear Fayetteville, December t§, IMP
the ton ef EAward Jean aad Sarah
*aao (Walker) Hale. He'wae prepar
'd for college Ip Fayetteville, taking
h’gb rank far hie classical attain
fern la aad was toady for entrance in
fo tbo sophomore rloas at the unlver
■ ty In l»M. bat 0) health prevented
and he ipeot a year in travel, berom
ng a (todent the feOawing year sad
Twdaattng with diatiaetiaa fat 1M0
WEST AND CUT UNDER
BOND FOR ROBBERY
Two White Ye*.« Me. AAoewt.de.
Ha line Staten Gnnde Pram
Ora Went, alia* RegUter, and O T.
"ay. ponng white an wbe thla weak
no anaitad on a charge ef ha*lag
hbed the clothe* greeting eotaMMb
• C of Jim Doogald, Bod John Car
a - aad the Globe Preadng Club tad
barber abep of Eg Holden, cow
lamed go« before Judge Robert U
"od-gja when Med before a apodal
am:ex ef (he Recorder’a inert 1W
dag night aad are being held for
hMr appearance la Bop or! or oenrt.
Tie Oag hop mad. a clear aad *n
Vocal confcarton, admitting tko
iona rohharlao aad aaklag the
mrcp of tbo eaort Ha appeared to
banc been led Into tbo Crimea bp the
other follow, who haa bad pradoaa
•reubto m coart. According to Infor
mation gotten bp Dopatp Abort# R.
P. Jemlgaa Mo powog nun iateadod
■tenting on automobile la Boaaan and
ft wot three gh the dopatp aherVfr.
rre motion that Uu man ware da*
taatad la Bmaoa Ha Wlophaa.d the
Pdlee tboro to watob far them.
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H. A. Stewart bit Taaada/ tm
fcroxnilo, Tana, whan bt kM ae
rrpt/d a peaTUaa.
fv L. L. Larin mi, Mr*. ft. p.
Kally and Mr*. T. H. Otteaa van*
a few hoar* la Doan Krlday.
A'cjr n. Byrd left Monday far U>
tlaton where bo will bo annoyed u
a uatbar the*
*4*aria. T. ▼- ft. O . and W. 1.
Stewart tyat Monday In TTaliMh an
Mr. ft. L. Jabaaon rotmrnod to Ui
homo at Miami, Pin.. Monday.
Kerman Woodard want to Qaida
bora B Jr.day.
Mi*, ft. 3. P abort*, wbo ha* boan
»Udtx* bar ion, Or. U. C. lob art*.
returned to tor how* M MUWMf
tuurs ). a imm, v. r. imo
lay, and B. O. Kmui area* to fi|
.iterill* Sunday to aoe B. M. Base
ley. wba it la tto heapttal (tot. .
Urt. A. C. arlaii to la Watolaf
tea, Baltlmre and Elrhan*« ttoto
week buying «pring gaada far dy
Hn Badgara Iwtaa ad LUlicgton
.teat a fa* doya hara laat week with
tor aether, Mrs. B. F. Parrish, who
-m giito «*«*
Tbe High achaa) basket had tow
to,'rated Chalybeate finings hara tot
Saturday altersoan hr t neaie bf 14
Hr. C. G. Kuquay conUnaaa Quite
ri at hi* boat here much to the re
rt of hi* many friends.
Mr. srd Mr*. T. 0. Boaakry sgant
J'dar with friend* at BaanhoeL
Mli*a» Ethel Orahaa aad Oorti*
*!gh, tractor* in Ifca Bo mil aahaoi
pe«t laat Friday at the ham ad Mr.
r. D. Whittentonto.
have » "suparstitiaa* fooling"
hat wa will hear mddtag toll* very
V. Wiggins ^tea* to oyaa aa up to
late drag (tore at Vaaa, and alee aaa
a St. Paai Stoat Matak 14th. Mr.
JTIggia'i friend* boro^wOl to glad
iiag little IMW
i “A Poor Harried Hn*, s mm#
a Hum arta, ghrse bar* lart Friday
ught ia tb* aaiiaal aodINrt— by •
iumbtr of high mbit! atadeat* of
lagUr, area m*S rttiaial
Mr. ud Mn. 1. T. Coats an csa
.uaJ to tHrir ham*, aafloriag with
Mr. and Mn. W. M. Bona apart
an day ta Poor Oak*.
DUKES GIVE mm
POM NECMO HOSPITAL
Durham, Fob. Id SawrtrSro
Sou**,id dollar*, tb* ■■■ant to bo
lonmtad by Jaoaaa B. and tiajarthi
8. Dohc, wbca a like smart baa
w# raitod locally Car a soar negro
lotpftol ia Daihm. baa koaa glased
:n depot* to a bask h««, it vat
in not.need ban. Whea all of tb* B*o
<*y needed to ccangloto the bargain
( in hand toon will bo lor
bt BOV institution.
At a mooting of tb* board of
mate** for tb* a*v hotpUal Ortr
ftomeon Dr. 8. L. Warm was aket
<d yraMat: W. C. Pearson, vie*
jmident; i. M. Avery, Mtiim
.ad W. Gomes, aeoratory.
ON BOLL WEEVIL
Eat ration Sarrio WiU HnM
County Widn Mnat nt C3an
ton March 10
To lam tb* harry loam* expect
'4 (run tho depredation* of the hod
xwril In the North Carolina cotton
bait hr lMt, the North Carolina Ag
•icahnral ExUntion ServV* haa flan
■ad o ooriaa of eoanty-wldo moating*.
of which vttl to hold at Clinton
Friday, March Id.
An them mooting* will to hold
It cloven o'clock and all cctOca grow
er* in the rigwIN eoontioa am
trued to attend.
"Tho tort method* for glowing
cotton on dor hell weevil condition*
mil to explained, huladhu variotloe
planting, r#rUU«Jng, cohare In ttom
uootiagx b unnwoMit of Frank
llo Stonaan, chairman of tho Xn
Imoioa *0*0100 to* woevU eeamttteo.
Tto tort method* fat fighting tho
toU woevU wftj bo dlmmmid. Inclad
Ihg the polaon method. Alao plana
for making a good living on the tom
—tom gnrdwu and orchard*( adOc
eowa, hog*. ponHry, ate.
"All cotton grow ore pi tho Ma
tin when thorn am King* an hold
an urged to attend. Tho mooting may
make tho difference beOooon onoooaa
and fattnr* to yon. K* effort wll ho
•porvd to maho tho —r“~gt onto
able. Each aprtboc it a iglilalhl la
h!a li**, and matinee tha mtiomcm
of the prohlcm.
agahut had weoe^^*«»*Im?*,1,,
5S5WSBP“H*S5H9!SS,,"KHoo*55* '.v •■•r:
SCHOOL BONDS GO
FOR BIG PREMIUM
WHEN SOLD CERE
A IMIM of U^M wiU ho j»;<
r«r tho lint 100.000 of tho IS09 000
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••t**® «• tho Dar.a K'aool i'.Xrtct*
**"*• °* tW tositoM m«M Mil
Thawd*, 1* th. ««.. of tho
CkM»b*r of Ciwtoowi, joha Nitm
A Co., of Chicago, offowi tho high.
noHn Mi occ^r^i* f.^
tko <Uto of 1mm. making • total of
^ koMo wfll ho dchvorod to tho
ho Olio thru nob JW*
*80*0 ral North Corollo.
•Cared bite on the bend* and »;x «~v
rNMitlvii ad tea variant l«tor*t« i
•ntv k«« wban tee Wit war* apa ;. I
Acta wat only ana local bid. Thil
•a* team tha CoaomereUl Boat wiiich
Wd 9100.0M and taeraad tatmert.
Oaljr aaa kid waa below par. That
waa team tea Provident Loan and
Mareaa bid led aB often by W hi.
bt id< le *b:* data tea dMnct lr r*fk
-r bp mt n .. ta flu.MO. Whan to
kaadr were mood tea beat Md tear
team mi NtkOt. It la
Ibat M tea koadt bad bean mi J r
tea time of lame and koJdlng on tea
wbw tebaal ctmctarer been rtnr^d
Ibm. tea diatrict woeU have o
amn teas 9*0,000 by rano, of r
lam priaa od bewdaand tea Vgh r»4
id latum. -
Itemay derived team teaaa lvn.li
will ba davetrd ta bnildiag ena MW*?',
gram an r arbael bvilding far
ekfldren at a coat ad OM.OOO, to tv
mmtdrllliig and enlargement of <>.
protest Ugh tehool bailing «■•<> <•
tea partial payment of tee wsttl -
dan coat ad tea Harriott Kagro Irdi'
Ttee grammar whirl wit ha to:
trarttd at ears. It wil etnad a" t -
watbarn and ad Vagnollt »vcn~ t*
ba peapertj known a* tea Yr.ic -pT
3awa. The aehoal boa* to '
boon an able to gat n ra t •
igme to kaOd tee |N**. .
m within the $00,0.10 I'm
probable, however, teat tt rJ ■ •
■ wui r mwi u
•eta plana. Tbk, K la tbon*:':*. vrill
mk in lower bid* fro-t ?>» .<
Th* nafia oehocl* will b« b-.
prlnp and nm«, th* erov.
u4 other ifnctt eo-ope*'- •
J»* district In payiac the re .. , .>£
ItliMt probab'.a that t?!« «l '.
ohtu aidiaal bonding will br r
**«d until th* »«w an* k cctn f.
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UflOB dlrided to pat on aowbo *?>
M*o for MO bond rod atnabr- i • ■
'jm oad April 18th. Prior* wTTl « ’
■m ao follow*: Pint pr‘s~ f—•
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