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War af a bap ar ptrt who waata
ta qalt rehoal, urban It la lrmnuj.
** Jrt •«« War af parent* wba aia
tWMUac »f patting their children ta
»Wa It la aaaan.maiy. fast
Win* throe Hpaimt ta tbalr attaotioB.
■tarp <*ap apart la school pap* tba
Ilam la tba proof, based on tba
wage real, of 1PU.
Hard seated laborers twi oa tbs
af WO* par poor for forty!
prari, a total af W0.800.
High rebool graduates care oa the
aeeiape *1.000 par paar for forty
ataoep—oat mating mo nap
paara, a total of $4*,M0.
Tbia rduration requires IS peart of
school of 180 daps each, a total of Sr!
t*0 daps In tho acbooL
If 2,160 daps at rcboal add *20.
0*0 ta iliu iacoeee far life, thou each ’
dap at school add* *».S6.
The child that atap* oat of achool
to coin lew thoa *9 a day to taring
Bankers and tntlas moat hare hard I
ahella or they would not rurrtec
I want it mid of me by those who I
know me beat, chat I always pinched i
.v thht'.e and planted a flower when
f thought a flower would grow.— I
Thvas low art based oa an 1a
veetlgatioc wd. by Dr. A- CaawvU
**»• of the University of Texas. Bul
Min of tbe ,U. a firm of Educa
Know North Carolina
la a general way thn flow to the
eitise is normal and inavltdbta. Cheap
importation provides the denisens
•f Ktoat elxieo with food at moderate
P*»«e* Handreds of articles that two
aeocratioas *Jr» were home mad* are
now factory mad* and them faetorn*
ara in cilia* Poarerdrivrn machinery
on the farm relearn a part of tbe
rural population for other pursuit*
The state of affairs has stimulated
the endue of the young people from
the bard work and penny-pinching of
the farms to tbe prospering, easy
going cl tie*
The country has not been keeping
£ fair shade of its brighter boys and
girl* H has been the young people
with spirit anti initiative who have re
sponded to the call of tho distant
city. Had they stayed on the farm,
tbit spirit of initiative would have
shown Itself along runal lines.
In certain older parts of tho conn
try which have been losing their
young people to the West and to
tli* cities for two generation* there
U a visible moral decline. The roads
“• neglected m there is lew social
intercourse and a smaller turnout to
*cho°l. to church and public events.
School buildings and grounds hare
deteriorated. The church ia to a nit
or baa arm disappeared. Frivolity en
Kromet the young because no one or
ganises singing scnoola. literary an
cieties. m debating clubs. The nest
generation, haring- mined the bene
**• of the communal institutions,
«l»oms itself f oarer, sensual, and Ir
responsible. There is a marked de
cline of Individ sal and family moral
ity. Thk is an explanation of the Ur
guaemey that one finds In certain ru
**1 gnrts of New England and the
Tin remedy ia to make life on the
farms more attractive. There U need
of rc--directiag rural educaUon, ir
inspiring the rural church multiplying
societies of recreative opportunities
and divelling the false glamour of
the distant city. Tl»c young people
need to be eh own that farming can be
made to pay if one pats brains tad
energy to it. — Dr. E. A. Rom, Uni
versity of Wisconsin.
Mias Oiyde Jennings has returned
to her home at Statesville after a
visit to Miss Dons Ennis.
Mlm NeUie Bergman of Wllming
lor u *ilk'ji| Mbs Nannie K.i*!. and
other* in the community
I Ml** Ecrtka Sorrell returned to
, Duikam Saturday from u emit to hcri
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. 3orr.ll.
Carlo. O. Engia of Raleigh t< ^>.-n
din* hi. raeatioo at the horn* o.' hi.
par-nto, Mr. and Mr*. WllU. Hunk.
Mr*. J. H. EnnU' brother, Jim
Stewart, ha. recently been risking
* fh Mr. Htewwrt k making til. hom.1
South Carolina aow. He !uu been
away eight year*.
Mr. and Mr*. J. L. Sorrel] returned
Sunday from a vkrit to Mr*. Sorrell'*
mother. Mm. Mary Johnron at Roa*
Miu Doaa Enni* t* rlaitlng Mia.
Clyde Jcnnlng* at StateerUle.
Mie. IiK» Suggs of Dunn ha. re
cently been rkiting at the home of
Mr. Marion Enato.
Mi.. I'earl. Stapkeneon of Angier
and Mr. Earnest HolMnd of Raleigh,
were the guertr of Mia. Hattie Enni.
Thursday p. m.
Mr. and Mr*. C M. Ogbum of Wil
low Spring* were rhritom at the
home of Mr. and Mn. Willi# Enni.
MU. Florence Ennii of Dunn to
.pending her Vacation with her pat'
mt*. Mr. and Mr*. Marion Rnai».
Mr. and Mrs. J. H.. Willie, and
Zalmon EnnU and Jim Stewait made
a trip to Clayton today where they
win visit Mrs. Ennto* and Mr. Stow
»rt\i mother, Mrs. N. H. Stewart.
Mean. H. A., L. J„ and P. B.
Turlington and Ed Strickland gave
a delightful barbecue to their gen
tlemen friend* Wednesday afternoon.
It was quite a success. Forty-five
were there to enjoy Use delicious bar
tjcue which was plentiful. Among
those present were Messrs. H. L.
Godwin, J. Lloyd Wade, Marvin
Wnde, J. W. Draughon, MeD. Holli
ilay, 0. M. TUghman and others from
Duna, L. L. Levinson, J. M. Byrd,
W B. Nichols, J. f. Parrish and oth
en* from Coats. C. M. Ogbum and
A. V. Crimea of WlUow Springs.
Mr*. Jasper Ernie and children are
visiting relative* at Elbtron, Va.
Mis* Corinna Jones la visiting be I
sister. Mrs. Tha»l Lee at Dunn. '
Mrs. L. J. Turlington and children
are visiting Mrs. Turlington’s slater,
Mra. C. M. Ogbum, near Willow
A small child of Mr. J. M. 1*1 cos
and i) very sick with diptherla.—Aug
ust 10, 1022.
Wklr PecaU Buy Ral-Saap la Prefor
eaoe te Rat Palaoa.
(11 RAT-8NAP absolutely kill*
rata and mice. (2) What it doesn’t
ln.,‘ <3> killed
with RAT-SNAP leave no smell, they
dtj np Inside. (4) Made in cakes, no
mixing with other food. (51 Cats or
dogs won’t touch it. Three sizes, S5c,
flBc, 11.25. Sold and guaranteed by
Hood and Grantham, Wilson and Lor,
and Butler Bros
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified ui administrator
of the estate of Dockery McNeil, de
ceased, late of Barnett County,
North Carolka. t.Vy ii to notify all
pontona havmjr oi/m» acalnst the
•>tat« of aaiu deA-tsed to exhibit
thorn to the umyrdffncd on or bu-j
fore Auftiut L I Ml, or this notice
wiil be ytead«4/i bar of their recov
ery. All prison! indebted to wild es
tate, will plenae make immediate pay
^ i ■
Thin the 8th
Auk 8 16 22 29 Sept 0 12.
Mr. VeBahea, Farmer, Ted* Hew He
Lee* All Hie Priag Seed Cere
“Some time ago rent away for
.•oaw pedigreed seed core. Put ft In
a gunny *u-k and hung It os a rope
euapcmled from roof. Hate got it all
—how brota me, but they did be
cuuer I got 5 dead whopper* in the
morning after trying RAT-SNAP."
Three 35c. 65c. (1.26. Sold and
■guaranteed by Butler Broe., flood A
Grantham. Wilron *n<L Leer
Aluminum Rouster. West Bend
Brand, $4.7S value, sale price
be* quality made,
Galvanised Wash Tube, bushel
else, 90c value, selq price-Mb
Cres Rugs 27 s 64. $1.85 value
eofag for , Sic the last day.
^ Mix with a %5-lb sack of
• Your Favorite Flour
■ Pekff* °*a Hofafdxda, and/Wn yon will kaaw yw It “
self-raising floor La kbaolotWy par* and wholesome—
fiw from any adulterant, »>raford’a always maktn hot
brands, eakat and paltry /f fine. area tutm mnra
dthoo-aa, and assy to? djf£l Hiraford’aSeS^SS
Broad Preparation is kdfl only in original packages
AAV* THE RID LABJB0 far valaaMa FREE PREMIUMS
_ ax ft JrrrlM List by wrttfn*
Romford HtoJleal Works, pTorideac*. IL L
SELF-RAISING BREAD PREPARATION
LAST NOTICE T
j Pay your Water Bill by August 20, or Service will be Discontinued
THIS APPLES TO EVERY PATRON CfWffE WATER DE
^Aug. 14, 1922 *
LAS T I
S >ecial 16 x 72 Crcx Fabric
r u*. 9J 75 value, going for—
Famoua Goodrich Tire, ev
y known them. 30x3
Now in your last chance to buy
the Tube* at this low price,
80x3, sale price_..91.48
Folding Bed Springs that never
get weak, $6.00 value, now—
Enamel Dish Pan, slae 18
Qts., $1.26 value, sale price—
Daisy Glass Chums, $3.50 val
ue, sale price_$2.48
$11.60 Black Leather band bagj
leather lined, sale price_$&£tt
Ladicg now is your last chance
to get window Shades at..60c
3 RECORDS FOR 11.00
One lot of RECORDS going the
last few days,* 3 for_$1.od
Help Your Girl Win the Watch! '
150.00 Waltbam Watch Fra*. Boy* gat bu*y now av you only
have a few more day* to make your girl th* winning on*. At
9:00 P. M. Saturday th* vote* will be counted up and then
everybody will know who th* faeen wlU be. Watch the ecore
board in our window and h*)p keep your girl at the top. Gat
your rlend* to vote for bar,
$1.00 Servinr Tray for_1 CENT
Saturday, August 19th to the first 25 customers purchasing
$10.00 or more we will sell you a handsome tray for_lc
READ. Friend* the time is getting short and the bargains ars
going back to their old home. You only have a few more daya
of the low prices that 1 am olTering you; so take advantage of*
these last few days. Yon will SAVE MONEY. Sals closes Satur
day. August 19th.
D. S. MURCHISON, Sales Maaa|«r.
THAT’S THE PLACE
Broad St at Wilson Ave. Dunn, North Carolina