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O. T. WILL AM SON FAILS
TO ANSWEJt WHEN CALLED
O. T. Williamson, alias "Wild Bill"
who wa» unJer bond of £.000 to ap
pear at the May term of Keevrder’s
Coart 0n the charge of retailing liqu
or, failed to anawer when hie name
was called Tuesday. Sheriff Me Al
lan has hren informed that William
son ha* dtapoaed of his goods and
chattel*, surh as cowa, pigs, chickens,
farm implements of whatever nature,
and so forth, and ha* departed unto
a country unnamed in the bond and
unknown to tho officers of the law.
Considerable difficulty was experi
enced by WlUlamson in the firing
of bend when hi* preliminary was held
a month ago. Finally, however, ap
praisers valued his farm high aaough
to corvr tho bond required, where
upon Williamson was released, and
hr baa appeared upon the streets of
Lillingtoa several times since. It
is itemed that he wai ia this viein-!
Ily a* late at last Saturday, but a
teaeeh of hit premises, it D said,
failed to reveal any trace o' him.
The premises had been vacated. The
county holds a deed of trust to the
farun, upon which stands a new dwell
ing nnd outhouses, which, together
with the 80-odd acre* of land, arc
said to be worth more than $2,000.
'Furthermore, it will be noted, the
country is rid of Williamson.—Har-j
nett Oounty News.
Notice .1 Special E lee tie. la Duke
Schawl District No. I.
Notice Is hereby given that a spe-1
elal election has boon ordered to be ,
hold In Duke District No. 1, on the <
IWi day of Jana, 1922, at the re-]
gular pelting place in the village ef i
Duke, laid District being included)
within the following boundaries, to* i
Beginning at the Duke Hedge on :
the Cape roar river anal running
theacc as the now public road by |
way of Spring Hill churth that loads
to Dunn to the Black River Bridge;
thence ap Black River and with the
East line of Duke Township to die
Northeast corner of said Township;
(hence as the North line of Duko
Township in a Westerly direction to
whers Bid township lino touches
Cope Fear River; thrnco down the
■aid river ta the Duke Bridge, the!
beginning, the same being that school !
District known an Duk* School Dis
trict No. 1., upon two lames as fol
I. Upon the question of issuing i
not extoodiag Seventy-five Thousand :
Dollars of serial bonds of said Dis- ■
trict and levying a safBcient anuall
tax to pay the same far the purpose
of erecting and aquipping school.
buildings and acquiring land for the !
bum of said school district under j
the provlsiona of Chapter 87, Public
Lews of 1928, (Extra Saesiou ad the!
Genera) Assembly, I and In said elec-!
tios those voters favoring the ikeu-j
aacc of Bid bonds and levying said |
speck) lax shall veto a ballot on|
which shall be written or printed the
words "Por bond issue,” and those1
voters who are opposed ta the same
•hall vote a ballot upon which is I
written or printed the words "A
gaiast bond lasua.”
I. The question of whether there
■hall be levied la said district a spe
cial annual tax of not more than thir
ty cents on the one hundred dollar*
valuation of property and ninety
cents on the poll to supplement the
prfbbc school fund which may be ap
portioned to said district by the
Board of Education of Harnett Coun
ty in com such special tax U voted,
and those voters in said election who
favor the levying in said district of
Jh- «pr<tol tuintiul hue of not mun
ban thirty cent* o" the one hundred
teilhtrt valuation of property and
tirwly rente on the poll for aelil
Kiae. dtall vote a ballot upon which
x written or printed Ihe woriU "For
fpeeial Tux." and oppo-ing lb*
Alar >hall vole a ballot on winch lx
• riuen or printed the word* "Agatnel
Notice I* further given that an
mtrrrly new regietrallon of votvn
for Mild election has Keen ordered,
ted •'or the purpov 0f re* let ration
if voter* therefor, and for Ihe pur*
Kite of holding «aid election Hra. A
W .Tillinghojt ha« been appointed
registrar, and W. F. Bialte and H. 8.
Kelly hava been appointed Judge*
if Election. Notice la farther given
lhat the registration books will be
heKl open for tin- registration of vat
i or* for roid election by Mr*. A. W.
Tilllnahart, Registrar In accordanre
■With law, from tlio 15 day of May to
th* Hrd duy of June. both inclusive
lly o.dor of tli* Board of Commia
i iomio of Uarnolt Cotlnty. thl. th*
lot day of May, lHt
W. H. FAUCETXE,
Clerk Board of Commiaaioaon
e' Harriett County.
Nay 9 16.
Having qualified at administrator
inf the c-etete of Y. A. Ivtry, deeoaoed.
! lr»t • of Harnett,County. North Caro
! na, this ia to notify all patrons hay
:r.g claim* again* the eats to at mid
deceased to axhtblt them to th* orv
' denigned at hla otter, on or bofora
April 10, IMS, or JU?'mUc* will to I
pbeded in bar of djatr recovery. All!
persona indebted to mid aatota win I
plena moke immediate payment.
THU April 10. IMS.
MACK M. JERtflQAN,
Y. A. IVEY Deemed.
April 11 «tc.
Having qualified u administrator
of tbe eatate af 1. T. Phillip*. lata of
Hnrnatt County, North Carolina. Ibbti
it to notify ail poraom having claim*!
agninat the aetata of mid deceased
to rxhH.lt them to tha uadanlgnad
at hit ofic* In Dunn, N. C., on or be
fore the Sbth day of April 19*9, ar
IhU naliee will he plsaiied In bar of
their recovery. All permit* indebted
to mid ottata will plaana make inner
dale payment. j
ThU tav SSth da* of April. I9S*. 1
M. L. PHILLIPS, Admin let tutor o'
J. T. PHILLIPS.
Clarvnr* J. Smith. Attorney.
April IS May S 9 IS S9 S«.
Nettoe ef Land Set* Under Deed
By authority of tha power of mla
contained la a certain doed of trnet
executed by George T. Shaw and
wife, Martha Shaw, to K. P. Young,
trustee, and recorded in Bock 1*8,
page 141, Regiatry ef Harnett Coun
ty, default having bam mode in the
payment of the bend* thereby eat or
rd, and tba earner and holder of mid
bonda having requested that mid
trustee aril mid real estate under
txid dead of trust, the undcraignod
will sell the following daoeribad real
estate at public auction for caah to
tha highest bidder at the courthouse
Joar in LilUngtoa, N. C, on Monday,
May 29, 19ft at IS o'clock noon:
Being a lot or pa real af land SS a
130 feet in Block "AL” In and ac
cording to the map and plan ef the
Town at Doan, N. 0., containing a
two room dwelling him an: Beginning
xt tha intanection ef Edgerton street
with Washington evanue, and run* a*
the eastern margin of Wmhlngton
avenue N. SS E. ISO foot; thence par
allel with Edgerton greet B. 38 K.
38 foot; thence pnrullol with Waxb
ngton avenue 8. SS W. ISP fact to
-he northern margin af Edgerton
itraet; thenee on toe earthen margin
if Edgerton street N. 52 W. 66 feat
to the beginning.
ThU *7th day of April, 198*.
t F. YOUNG, TRUSTEE,
f 9 1« U. .
Mortgage Sab Valuable Laud
Under and by virtue at tha power
jf mla caotalaad la *. Mortgage Daod
and pursuant to aa order of ro-anle
mad* by tha Clark of tba Superior
Court of Harnett County therein,
.he undersigned mortgagee will offer
for mb far caah to tha high art bidder
before the court boom door tn LS1
Uagtoei. N. C-, at 1* •'clack k , on
Monday the 22nd day at May 192*
'.h« following described land*, te-wtt:
That tract of bad joining the lands
it Joe Wilson, Polly Rodger*, corner
In Joe Wilson'* Una, and runs St
| Rodger* Hoc N i E. 6 1-2 chains
i to a (taka ii bar 11ns; tbeacs M. STM
E. 15 l-Z chains to a stake in a Acid;
these* 8. 5 W. « 1* ahahM to stake
aw a fence Bad Barefoot’* line;
thence aa bU lln* pairing hi* oornar;
thence ad Joe Wlboa’e Hat N. S7 1-S
W. IS 1-S chain* to the beginning
containing 10 aero* mure a* lane; ft
being tha J. P. Mr! emh bads.
April tSth 1912.
P. B. JOHNSON",'******»«
March i 9 It U.
tds.lsss. Sab Vatnnbte 1-1
Under and by virtue at the power
contained in a Mortgagee Deed exe
cuted li* M. K. Me Labs and wife te
F. B. Johnaon; defaeh haring been
made in the parsent el the netea ee
cured thereby, and the Mid land bar
ing been bid off at the coart hodaa
dear in LiDlngtoa, N. C„ on the 1 tS
day of April 18X1, nod the bid Jiavine
been nuand by a dapeait made wit*
the CUrh at tee Coart, aad the aM
clerk baring aiaia uu order to r*-«al
•aid land*, the unde reign ad manga
gee will Mar for all far aaak, to Um
TW tract af laal an wbiak M. E.
Me Lamb new raaidat and bauadad U
■j i.L1-jj ' -usss;
feUaarc Ou tfco narU W Ac U%A.
tau, aaA natalalnx u> %*r*t a»N ar
Jlaf t A 1*11
Do You Drink Milk?
Our n ilk bt aw r-ood ns tl c best, if not better. Try it ;;
once—then you will be cor. - a permanent customer.
Our cows are registered Jerseys and Guernseys and !
have been tubercular tested. New sanltarty dairy !;
barn, with rrodern convenience*. J|
CALL PHONE 61 WHEN YOU WANT MILK OR
Mills ISc per <; sort delivered
The White Dairy Co.
WC RT.' l K. Rt RE, Manager ' >
To the Hog Raiser
As you know, it is absolutely impossible to fatten a hog.
when fattening time comes unit s he is properly cared for dur
ing the dry, hot summer. And it is very necessary that he has
the right kind of feed to keep him in a healthy and growing
condition. And it has also been proven that I, without a
doubt, have me only real hog i->ed on the market today. That
is PIG CHOW. There has lately been quite a change in the
analysis and ingredienta, both ere as follows:
Protein--20.0 per ct. Fat_3.2 per ct.
Carbohydrates _ 52.0 per ct Fiber _8.0 per et
Ash._6 to 7.0 per ct Nitrogen, Free, ea^O.O per ct
First, compare these analyst with the feed you are using,
then notice what it is made from. The ingredienta of thia feed
are as follows: Hominy meal digester tankage, cane molaa
scs, old process linseed flour, : lfalfa leaf flour, corn glutein,
wheat middlings, salt and chit: coal.
This is no doubt, the only rial hog feed. It grows, fattens,
and regulates and here are the 1 :gredient* it takes for all three
For growth: Alfalfa leaf llou». digester tankage linseed oil
meal and wheat middlings:
For fattening: Cane mola* cs, and hominy feed. For re
gulation, alfalfa leaf flour, ca .e molasses, linseed oil meal,
charcoal and salt.
Each and every bag of this feed is guaranteed to give entire
satisfaction or money refunded 1 will allow In exchange for
this feed, 75 cents per bushel fer corn.
If you can’t remember the rnme just call for hog feed in
the checkerboard bag.
SOLD ONLY BY
L. P. SURLES
DUNN, —i— ‘ NORTH CAROLINA
■aagftg ■ ng»«— , — . —
• i ,
j. W. THORNTON-:-DUNN, N. C.
■buy E.R.THOMAS D^CiwfyDUIB.Ilf
U. & Tire*:
I 1 ' 1 ' ...^s^^ggggaga
• >j wm'zsmmm
20 PER CENT OFF
on all sales for cash during our I
BIG SPRING REDUCTION
This means that we are selling you goods at
about cost and in many instances below cost This
will continue for only 30 days beginning Friday,
April 14th. Come in this Week and get what you
need in our line. This reduction applies to every
article in our big store and warehouse, except Vic
! trolas and Behning Pianos.
II WE ARE DOING THIS FOR YOU. IF YOU
| FAIL TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF tHE OP
| PORTUNITY DONT BLAME US. WE WANT *
I TO SELL YOU.
I Dunn, N. C. Varina, N. C.