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CASB CM ADVANCE
all OMMhuakotiov ta IV
, yUyttcX All ilfoitounto of TV
is-tr-atth tan U imcW through tala
CouuauslcaCoun upon lira topfci
»■» U>a:v*A tat under an circwMaa
•» the tinier af ouch cnucuaica
-<at auct far sink u with ta name.
It sat naaaamn that tta aaau V
VUWA-A taTwi intat that it V
r-v«.a at aa evidence af goad faith.
Shan account* of wcAdinn. eat*r
c!uh mootVsa. He., ait
ihi-ww pisfATtH, nat m, itn
S-c-Ht, Mwt I. M
Nm ui (harm.
DjtuH'nit the wtOlnrnMa ad tha
YTar FlaMac Corporation ta land
noaay to banka in order that it any
ha loan ad to advance agrlcakanl ta
•treats tha Dana Diapotab. which
' w”. tha baaka of that aaittaa art
daing all thap ana far tha l^atu,
7<*‘ ‘ta aat that tha caaeranaat de
surd* (rood teenritj and tha
rtve na racaatoa aaoapt ta
raeatUy acceptable ta tha
■MU Of cewee. The bank,
Tha Mpauh potato ant
*e Haute the path of
t* tamer, who vita to
.-acton j the cotton it in a <
hoton, i. taeaied and the a
-V! -rp kb (.
lateral. Tha baric alee of
• r-oparattoe waihailnt h
It I. to ha hoped that
in the State will obtain aa hi
n*r aa tha town, wha can
t-cd aeccritjr, need for
raht. to ■■rahaali
ta make a cron tbia I_ L.
>■ If knmn ta bo now rningh to
w»r tte Mrtkuii ul Mr «Mh for
«*•* aspylte*, tho whaob of Who
w*0 tarn to tho booalft of all. •
ft i* Cm duty •t Tory ta
ronl* thia money at afat pm «aat tl
•wy *»no«r who caa fatal* good
It b tho doty of faraMra who are
ia Mt to borrow i
Uehtaoad, Va, Feb. *7—"RH
denee of (too o^Hgonat incoaape
lonco and a want of pro par regard for
tho aafety and Urea of both foosta
n d 'atployra," la tho finding of tho
rnr^'ot grand jary, after a* laraatt
*■**»» teto tho Lexington hotel fire
d wior which on Fthraary T took
r ‘off of IS lire* aad amt taaay prr
lau r-.lfafly Injured to hoapitak, aa
rabraitted laao tbi* afternoon to
Judgr 0. C Richard too. of Haatlac*
It* ciaiml rioMio of tk* la*
woo found by tho jary, tt reported.
Tho following aigaiflraat Uataaiaat
*• uaod la tho fading*: *Tha hotel ro
ghlor S» hoadod -Tho How Lexington
Betel," a datufea aad a aaara, often
aaad to catch trade aad Seal tig wm
wary tra rater. A coat of yaiat, ahaek
aad tenda to extend tho aa* of each
VotoU bag year* after they ahonld
be deatolkhad. Stub Bearing b fab*
aad rireaid bo prrrentod iy tew.~
iwl«o fflahardaoo wffl forward tho
report to Mayor Cootgo h
•••i ®n rogaait that ho i h
city eoameil aa ta Ka! *•
tteaa for aafa gaoidlM ta
If tho fataro.
: 4. c
-m »f coQacthr* credit m that tho
Trowvr map reeelvw a mhstanttol «
mote on doltrcrp of prodaet, eroa
•hoa«h a gnat portion of tho crop
b* otorod for distribution throagbsat
tba aiikrthi poor
*• 1^* contract* between the waa
dteton and tha individual mart bo
’taadord. cafsrcoaMe contracts. All
■•^te M*t sign the am agros
■oat itself mart be toooclad trttob
l**t to enforcement bp eoarfa at th*
the highest point
» SEVEEAL TEAM
Now York, Fob. Sl—jSSJETTP
ebaage Mlt* an London, Faria and
*naa warn at highest gsoUttona in
'rrcml r«sn beta today, preoamabip
on tho outcome of Saturday's cob
rartnea boOwaen tho British sad
Ftonch premiers at Boulogne.
Domaad bHli an Loads* rant to
Ed# M daring th* morning; a gain
X two cants from tart week's <fiaal
Paris dsasond bills rws* 14 poiat*
ts » »1 1-t and tha ItaUaa rate gala
ad IS paints at I.H. Tha Goman
■ark was depressed bow over, setting
Dartd Trulovs, ana of the nest
prsnt sea as farmer* of Haraett Ooan
tg, boo baas arrsstad oa tha rhargi
of dlstUUag whiskey and is bow aa
dar bond far hto appearance to Pod
*1 hnt l» to aU that Mr. Tndsts
•dteta tha offense bwt pleads that
k* ms making 's Wronga for Us
own ana. A arts Uttt* dlsUttorp at
♦oat ton raEono capacity was faoad
•> bis boms. Use officers aloe found
ibeat thro* gallons of com whisker
on Ms promises Prohibition Officer
A. B. Adams sad Deputies Sheriff
’ernigsn. Turn age and Avery mad*
‘be mid. Hr. Traloro was given a
irsIJminary bearing before United
fftatoa Csmmlsoiiaer EUredgo Loo.
The disUUiag plant is asm id City
NORTH STATE PETITION
Argument ia fee appeal of fee
Item State Paarar Company. aoceea
cor to the defunct rimdiiil.nl KaU
w*y *»d hear Co- for penuiaaion
U tecraaaa tha rates charged for #4*e
trla currant la a doaaa —« tarns
to Wales. Ronwtt sad Johnston conn
‘te«. wa* caaaptetad bofora U* Con
poration Pa—haliu yaateiJar. Do
«Uoa to tha rmaa la aapoatod within
tha oast fow da/a.
Tddaina was taksa to tha appeal
*•*•*■* waaks ago. Tha petitioner sp
aratae aloatrte lighting plants which
ware hoaght far 9TS.0SS at the ro
reWer'c sale of the defect «t power
Mnpaay. Oorraat reaeaaee an aot
•qaal te the ip watte, cost. H we*
***• to tha eaidaeea, and aa nd
rttecof MOrmrfaciclj >S per teat
■^to’^rcaillliiartog far the town*
*■*•»<•*• thirteen million crop,
•ad wM km larger profit, on thr
•MaiUr crop Wwav they win
*••>»*<* eutel ration. picking and
«Watag at three mUUo bain. In al> ,
•—» **• proportion tbit fart
paoroil* in liiWcti and paanatf.
U it, therefaro, not tuemarj U
•Mooeb to tba intelligent Seathern I
*u**n *0 keep down tkt acroage :
» tbew three money crop*. They
know they Boat do UUr to pmqar.
But, taloead, when half the world to
hireling for tba need of cation
rood*, to it not a tmeerty apon world
talaoamikip when Southern farmert
■aoat ilackan their indoetry in grew
ng tba etaplo tba whole world needet
Wo are all agreed in emrtnUiag the
’redaction of money crept. Seen op
the botU of We acreage of tort yaar,
Ibo farmer* Dead money ta kaap from
tbiowiag thair crop* oa tba market
it time* which farther deprtea pricer.
The co-op*retire marketing program
tookt to wiear and ■ slower telling,
rbility to warabaiue and ability to
barrow money oa crop* placed in
wnrokouaaa. Re raceeu in the final
taalyiia depend* apon financing tba
»*g unnersexing. it will not *• cosy.
3»rUy for this moon The News tnl
Observer hoi urged tho farmers to
borrow money enough U pey etutx
p*r mt Interest tho debts they here
already incurred end enough to buy
tfcotr supplies to aaka this yeui crop,
tt U bettor for them to mortgage all
they hoes to bo able U go on the
mob system than to contlnao on the
■redit system. Ths Congress through
ko War Finance Corpo ratios has
wad# it easy for tho banks U secure
at least dx million dollars more fund*
*t fhrt per cent upon tkeir guarantee
to land it to tarmem at six per coat
Of course tola monoy could not bo ob
tained by too beaks except by depos
iting good security and. in turn, the
brake can lend It only to toman
•fco son give good aeenrity. To ob
tain this ready money these fore to
say the store debt and make this
'ear’s crop on s cash basis calls for
tho corporation of formers, msreb
snta and bankers. Some banks hare
secured this money and are greatly
siding in turning the wheel* of in
dtotry. AU should do aa as a patriotic
5*A>lie duty. There arc trust conrpaa
'-*•» prietoo bankers and corporations
whito are landing money to farmers
■t six per cost. The man who chargas
more than m* per cent is practically
usury and la a violator of too laws
of bio State.
Farmers era buy fertiliser and tools
and do thee and everythin* else they
need mods cheaper if they pay cash
U they lack toe cato they should hr
ram.* w buiLV it and «>t* th« lifeb
>.:i which are yoaomUy charged
by t at,. -nu-xJaj.U who van .he ride
sf “riti >iuir" fj- acre.' The essh ey»
Um.U 11m ba*:a of tarirulturu) aroa
periiy. etui he-eforf of ell dlfuicd
prosperity In oar State.
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'! ' * ' "S? ' ?*■" n !ps rcUrm
’ii ■•••■ moa.’j- cry •* be to nlnnt?
»*- is i:-» au«*.:04 -rVeh crery far
ihrr i» cubing himself and other*? II
1* «!' vo-r wvU to *ay ralm potato**,
corn, wheat toy boast, ranttloupei
chicken*, turkey *, ho** and cattle, but
where will he find hi* ready market
particularly for perirhabl**? Cotton
can be kept la warabeoact and tobac
co can be atorad without much lata.
But nearly all the ether crop* nruit
find a ready purchaser. Where will
b* find tfcla ready market? We mutt
ha*a tome good marketing and *ter
age fur other prod acta aa well aa
tobacco and cotton.
The answer to this question should
command the interest and beat Jude
mont ot ue Agriculture Department
and State Collage- Before the as
sembling ef another Legislature plant
tHould he worked out by which the
Btate Department of Agriculture will
provide way* and means for hatpin*
to market all characters of crops
where private Interests do not afford
tha beat facilities. The tenner la an
tltlad to this aid and to la the con
fiumar. The diffaranea between what
the farmer receives and what the
consumer pays leave* too wide a
chasm. In order to laoaeury np to Its
full duty and opportunity, the De
partment af Africa)tore must not
only give good advice hut It mutt
carry oat practical plans to aid In
profitably dtwrrifyiag prop*.
transfers of* real estate
Lac .'ame* Bert to C 11. Sas’O’i,
lot In Duan, $tf and ether condsi I
C. H. Sexton to Lea James Boat,
lot in Donu, $1 and other considera
B. E. Barbour to M. A. Barbour,
lot In Angler, $S50.
J. D. Lava to Lannle McDonald,
lot in Dunn, flO.
M. L Turlington to H. A Turllng
ton, SI 1-8 acres in Grove, $10 and
J. M. Garner to i. G. Garner, SS
acres hi JohnaoavGU, $417.
G. S. Lea to B. A. Tow, 4 late In
■M. Hudson to A. N. Hudson, TO
acres in Grove, $HW.
^^HsnteghSw M. J. Hiring
ton, 12 acivc In Upper Little River,
iavo j->d affection.
<1 L. Cavnaday to W. S 8 trick
! •: nd,' l»t in Duns, $1»o and other
W. C. Dougins to H. T. Speers, lot
la l.'IIIfcton, $50 »
8. H. end L. >1. McLeod to E. W.
McLeod, lot in Upper Little River,
Kdie Ann Matthews to C. 8. Mat
thews, «2 1-2 acres la Black River,
love and affection.
Xdie Ann Matthews to N. H. Mat
thews, <2 1-2 aera* in Black River,
love tad affection.
Cornelia F. Jones to L W. Jones,
8 acres In Averaibero. $500.
F. L. Moors to W. R. Moore, 18
sere* in Grove, $80.
J. B. Fuqusy to A. A. West. 8x.,
88 acres in Anderson Creek, $10 end
8* A. Lee to A. F. Ico, 5 acres in
Averts boro, $1,000.
W. S. Col tram- to J. K. Saunders,
108 acres in Averasboro. $10 and
John W. Williams to W A. Knnis,
let in Costs, $600.
J. D. Barnes to Robt. McNeill, 2
lets in Dunn.
L. V. Denning to J. E. Belts. 174
acre# in Grove, $10 and other consul
P. H. Westbrook to Katio S. Tay- j
ter. lot in Dann, $408.
L A. Adams to R. W. Lac, 31 acres
in Black River, 12,COO.
Geo. L Canned ay to John Thomas. I
lot In Averadboro, $100 and other
Cannaday sad Strickland to Jdhn
Thosnaa Jot in Dunn, $100 and other
■Chariis Easom to John Thomas,
lot in Dunn, $100 and other consid
Roy C. Williams to J. J. Wimber
ly. 1* 1-2 acres in Blaek River, for
W. R Sorrell to Mamie Ennie, 101
afrvt in Grovo, love and affection.
F. H. Taylor to B. B. Upchurch,
ucc acre in Kc'Ua Creek. *300.
J. ff. Layton1 to D. J. Fowler, 6
acrca in Grovo, #200.
L. J. Dupree to E. W. Mordecal, lot
in LUlington, (2,000.
1■*>»«!• McDonald to J. D Uve, 04
acres in Buckhem, |io.
Jas. Barefoot to L. L. Barefoot, 62
aeree in Avciwiboro, (10 and clhei
H. B. Taylor to B. W. Loo, lot in
Sa.-ah A. Holder to J. B. McDon
ald, 60 acres In Upper Little River,
(1 und other consideration.
B. W. Leo to H. B. Taylor, 2 loti
in Done, 2100 and other considera
E. M. Jordan to Gertrude Elling
ton, 10 1-2 aeros in Black Biver, *1,
K. M. Jordan to Lenora Stewart,
6 1-2 acre* in Blerk River, 210 and
J. L. Ryala *t al. to O. J. Manor.
10 acre* in Averaaboro, $100.
J. D Bern., to C M. Suiloe, lot In
C. R. Young, Trust**, to J. T. El
lington, lot in Angler, $(80.
J. C. Utley to Bank of Varina, It
acm 1* Lillington township, 810 and
J. F. Wilson, Trmstaa to D. K.
Tnelore, lot in Avcraaboro, $880.
RarMi Baker to Mary E. Pegnun,
8 1-8 acres |D Buckhorn, lore and
J. C. Fairclotk et aL to W. B.
Moor*, 2 J4 seres in Grove, $5 and
t ih«r consideration.
W. B. Mooro ct aL to L. M. Moore,
2 14 acre, in Grove, It and other
A A Wert, Sr., to >. IL Tuquay,
88 acre, in Andcreou Creek, $1,700.
G. C. Childress to 8. L. Carter, 85
arras in JohnaonviUc. $10 mnd other
| Riley Holder to A. J. Cannsdny,
28 scree in Upper Little River, for
F E R TILIZ E R I
Uaton to what Mr. O. B. Tew; of Cooper, N. C.p Saya: -
“I wrote to The Department of Acrkatewn relative '
m/Slymow?!11* "S**"1.* r*ply •**tJ“* tut ::
MEALYMONIA waa hotter than cotton aeed meal for ;
. Mr-,!>'T*ot «nou*hMEALYMONIA to make forty !
ton» of fertilizer. #
kavTi^a&t^F* or f**0 BAGGETT at DUNN for i
MEALYMONIA or for your |erti!ls*rt.
Lee County Cotton Oil Company
SANFORD, NORTH CAROLINA
oaaoa SSSSSi hf ffff^ I t I | itt»f||tm||aaa4tttttat. '
FIDDLERS CONVENTION i i
Shady Grove Academy
SATURDAY NIGHT, MARCH 4
SUPPLEMENTED BY OYSTER SUPPER
CASH PRIZES WILL BE GIVEN
\ W CASH PRIZE For VOCAL QUARTET ^
* Da. ■. r. BUTLER *
* Ph7*lnu *
* Cmcpmr N. C. *
Just received the new in
come tax law for 1921, and »
■apply oT forma. Am prepared
to aid in making oat income
J. O. WEST, Attorney
First National Bank Builling,
Dunn, N. C.
Are You Keeping up Your
Many people start an occount and let it go at that.
Ifs a good thing to make that start at the First Nation
al Bank, but unless you keep it up it will make no more
abiding in.pression upon your success than a shadow
or a Ae?d of corn.
If you bank money while
you earn it, you will have
money when you can’t
TEE FIRST NATIOffiS, BANK
Dll'll!, North Carolina
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You Can See it Done!
AND ALL OF ITS KINDRED PRODUCTS ARE BAK
ED RIGHT HERE IN DUNN — RIGHT WHERE YOU
CAN SEE THE CLEAN, WHOLESOME FOOD
STUFFS MIXED AND BAKED.
EVERY DOLLAR SPENT FOR DUNN PRODUCTS
HELPS DUNN—EVERY DOLLAR SPENT FOR OUT
SIDE PRODUCTS IS A DOLLAR GONE.
VISIT OUR BAKERY—YOU’LL LIKE OUR
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