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MpokO cmn be raatbol through td»
COT the ter.dsr aj each c»«mn«iem
*iw OTUtC farmlth at with fci« awe
It 1m not MtMnrjr tlut the »««»* tx
pobibhed. but w* inn; that it b«
n« aa aa of Mad faith.
Matt aacciomtc of wmddlaga. tabi
•*t»taa«t«. dab aiadlagi. ata.. an
CPMonday's Greensboro Nows ap
Peered Um following article tauehiin
oa BoaatorJSeet Baggett's bill de
signed to “preveot secret aassalts b
wradcad marauders." It waa att on
under a Baleigh data line aad wtl
be interesting to many Dispatch read
eta. It fallows:
Senator John B. Baggett, who*
bill designed to “provost secret as
saalts by masked marauders," sayi
the secret assault oa his measure ha
begun far the shape of a whisper tha
the big senator from Harnett count]
is coming to wipe out fraternal or
Mr. Baggett's bin does not eroi
mention the Su Blue, but seeks tr
pcublMc the wearing of masks of
one’s premises In tbs recant Hat;
note Investigation which the acw ora
ater attends A it was sets that mask
od as* moved in daylight and if
tho preaaace of oflcers One of tin
Hnrnctt deputise said the “masker
maraudin'* mid Mis that warrant
■galnrt the two boys examined tw<
*nta would he best withdrawn. Th<
deputy acid be had ao pistol aad o:
i there waa aa law giviag thi
ta arrest awn without form
amuast them. Baggett would
, tho chazgaa by the rery Urmi
I* a native 01
- ——i of Judge Hunri
A. Grady, who has bean named bj
M*r. Dr- Oscar Haywood and Bar
Dr. L B. Thompson as the grand
dngan of tho Man la North Carolina,
■arantly Mr. Baggett received tarn
>««tars, one from former Bepohlicaa
•cjttjcmfabhra Cyrus Fsirrieth, oi
’‘CUnten, N. C, Now. 25, 1ML
"*“■ J. R- IhQitt, UUington, N.
“Door John: Good for yon old
hoT- I taw i«»t toad year yoyo aad
hill and fmUy agree with you. If any
thin* I tan do to holy you get it
the law of thia otato at Waat, ctnn
•ta *o. I yield to bo man in iay seal
for law onforooooat, oouOtly aad im
partially, but lot it bo done by tho
onawAod aad in t*s oyoa by rwora
tBMala backed by jromr eitlaotioUp.
“CYRUS M FA1RCLOTH.”
“®*ta!gh, N. C., Nov. 29. i»**.
“■an. J. R Bantu, UCington, K.
-Mr Senator Baggett: ThU U
!•* to nay that I rvjoiro at tho pna
••Port that yog will Introduce la one
approach lag aeatloa of the legislabuo
» h« against th» operation of tho
Ka Ktat Uan in the state of North
“I have no sympathy wbateoorver
»Rh tho organisation; It should not
ho permitted to esi* in ear state,
Iw k tanmls for lawiosanom and the
•dMcstlm of coajtitaOonsI govern
*••*><- In nod a faw tnoteneoa it has
^0“ S*Wp of mob viol nice of tho
■mat ahamoful kind.
“If tho state of North Caroftna par
mlta a Mashed mob to take tho law:
‘■tathtar own hands and treat a'
j DROP PACKAGES
i WOl Ry Over Damn and Viein
! i»y TM. Wwk DiatriWting
Heult ep over Dunn for Coca Cota,
Fruit Cake. Orocorioo mad crates of
The Fillmore Aircraft C*. who hare
been operating In Dunn for the part
two weeks obtaining advertising for
their Aerogram, aa advertising paper
published by them wiB fly over the
| County this week, weather permtt
j ting, dropping their paper* from the
I alrpltse over farm home* and rar
I rounding towns.
j la an interview with Mr. Yeung,
Itrnerol manager, this morning we
1 j learned that tomcwfcere In two of the
: advertisements in the Aerogram will
he found two misspelled words, one
word will ho redeemed for a (6.00
gold piece to the drrt person present
• mg it to the First National Hank.
’ The first person to present the other
■ misspelled word to Hood and Graa
■ tham will receive a box of Non-Skid
: cigala free.
I Look Skyward ona afternoon this
• wnek over Dunn. These aviators
will drop th>ee crates of Coca Cola
i for Coca Col* Bottling Co., Karettc
• rille, a Fruit cake for Pierce’s bak
i ory. a basket of groceries .and one
i crate of No Grape for Freeman’s
tj Cush Grocery. This merchandise will
’• be dropped from the airplane over
’ the business section of Dunn in para
chutes to the tacky one.
,! Nancy n.-.d Sarah Cullom, Mr. and
'! Mim. Edward F. Cullom, Mias Eliza
,! both Cullum of Rockingham, and
I Miasm Naney and Sarah Cullom. Mm.
.1 E-iurard Cullom was attired In a hand
some gown of brocaded silver cloth,
, with long train and worn a corsage ot
I sweetheart ruses.
, Mn>- U. M. Potcat and Mr*. 8. W.
, Brewer invited tho guests to the
i *»uth parlor where an ieo course was
About two hundred guests called
during the evening.
MISS MATTIE MAI UGON
MARRIED LAST SAURDAY
Frlesul* here will read with keen
Interest the following announcement:
Mr. nnrt Mr*. John Emnsot I*igon
announce.- the marriage of their
Mr. Earl L Johnson
Saturday, Nov pinker twenty-fifth.
Nineteen huadrud twenty Sws
After December fifteenth
Roanoke, Virginia. I
The bride ia well known her* and
has a hoet of friaods. 8he real dad
in Lillington in her girlhood days
and hat visited here since. She i* a
young lady of such charming per
sonality that the has won wherever
fh< it known the sincere admiration
at all acquaintances.
-fJohnson holds a ruiponaibla po
'.’rtion with the Norfolk Western Rail
way Company and is a young man of
prominence In the business world of
Congratulations or* accompanied
by hearty good wishes for the yoong
Imnujr (lately after the ceremony
Mr. and Mm. Johnson went on an ex
tinriatl bridal tour to southern r*
’orts. and will rsturt by way of Mia
ninsippi where rXs. Johnson has rcU
t.sss - llam».t County Mows.
The scrub bull ha* bean triad, con
victed and sent noted by the progress
ive dairymen of North Carolina. Hia
“»>» am nunmborvd la those hards
whoao owners wish to make money
from their row*.
Put In poor winter evenings study
ing the farm baslneas. Write the ag
ricultural extension service at B»
lolgdi for a list of available bulletins.
They are free for Use asking.
trustee s sale or laud
Under and by rlrtao of the power
of ralr contained to a certain deed of
*5“* «o««tod by A. B. Woarer aad
artfe. Mattie Wearer to the ander
afe»«d Traetee oa Mar *, IM1 aad
duly race tried to the o«ce of tba Rey
War of Deeds of HamrU Cernty to
p»ek IS*, peyr lit. defaalt hertey
bnrtoy brew demanded by the balder
abatoi to a aube near fee aaaS Mil
a dMrb wttk pelatere; thee a* the I
•BMk M *T W.dJIebaina to".~ll
Honr of sale: lldX) M.
, **• ,f rrkUy- December 22.
JW*e« of teW-: Courthouse door,
-*l.ia*ton, N. C.
CLAJLRNCE J. SMITH,
_•, . Tnjjte*.
ri.:» November list. 1922
21 28 Dec. 5 12.
notice of sale of valuable
*Bl1 by vlrtae of authority
corns.n«d fa, * certain deed of trait
*X9CUi*^ by WIUJs Pope to Kara Par
ker, Trustee, to aeear* the balance
ror thopurebasa price of saU tract of
•wl, wSieh aaid De-d of Trust u of
B^Id,S?r*tnr 01 a*n** County.
Book 198. pace 46. default hsviay
cc *i made in the payment of the
by mid Deed of Trait.
- e holder of put due notea haviu
•’.’U- demand upon the underlined
•uiu* to foreclose said D«ed of
oher for sale to satisfy said note,
c“h to L**« J»i*he*t bidder at pab
*•* aacUon at the coorthouso door in
t-*c town of LLUinaton, North Coro
, M *; «:<>« o’cloSt M.. on the 18th
n«y of December 1912, the following
de.eibcd real estate to-wit:
, F,r*‘ Tract: BmrUnhig at a staka
" comer of Lot No. 10 running 8.
V n ^8echfi^ to * ,uk«: »«>«•
w. 17 t. 64.100 chains to a stake:
bams to a stake; tfaencs N. 20 s!
..tores N. 77 W. 12 64-100 chains to a
-Hie n the ran of Black Elver
Spence N. If B. 3L09 chain* tea
:a Henry Norris’ old field:
•bonce fi. 76 E 13 chains to a mbs'
hence S. 17 W. 5 cUteT* a\££T:
' cnmins to the
^ [} more or lets.
Second Trtct: Beginning mt m
5.skc and run. N. 35 W. 7.30 chain*
• o a stake; thence 8. 36 W. 18 chain*
. * S. 18 W. 10 oh am*
ta a <-ekc; theoco B BO E. « chains
a a stake; thenea N. 87 E. 2.B0
lCchaina to too beginning, and coa
« twe<rtr'f0ux (S4) *Cm’ mor*
Tals 18th day of November 1829
Ezra PAEKEB, Trarto***
Nor- 21 28 Doc 8 12,
To whom it may Concern: *"
,, 1110 undersigned vnU apply to the
Governor for the pardon of Roy pow
L-ll who waa convicted a* the Mav
1M1 for Larcaay. Any oncoi
.. pjy -T-w- row'u‘
By virtue of a certain mortgage
eaerutwl to me by W. M. Moorv aod
199 ' J*00”’ re*°rt«d in Book
t-oun.y, I will, on December Iftth
«M « «*>' Court Hoosa door In
L Ungton, N. C., at 18 a'dock M..
well ftt public sale to the highest bid
der for e*ab, the folWinT yeal ey.
tote m Aremsboro Town&ip, Hnr
nett County, to-wit: Bang all of
I.o!» No*. M and 10 in the division
o, the land known a* the Oil Mill or
:V Or.'o-vd CVlterr. ji b"\:d 1! r
Ins fuiriiutd by J. fc tin..
»<«! »ife, Kci.'ey. f:cnlt i .
•O'.' 4*. aUvi.cn vy Xur;v... 1'
Uetciab r Ji. >: ir». rn,. n i
an t f!;v,nv i|» fc'rv;
bcicc 20 feet b^ is f. y
” l r di-vid^.k) ', «vm •» .•». , ■
«a » ..v i mbr - in i:'i;
,. N. .X SELL, Xortp .e o
•••»>’ SI 28 Dec. F. 1*.
TRUSTEE’* SALE OF LAND _
Under and by virtne of the power
of sale contained in a certain deed
o/ trust executed far J. A. Blaylock
to the undersigned Truatos on Janu
aJT 1 tth l»ao and duly recorded in
the office of the Heglatsr of Deeda of
llam*lt County Ut Book 1*6. page
S.'t<> default having bean made in the
payments of the notes secured there
by and foreclosure having keen de
manded by the holder of said notes,
the undersigned will oa Friday, Jan.
oth. 19*3 offer for sale to the highest
bidder for cash, at the courthouse
door in LlUington, ’ the land herein
after described. to-wit:
Lying and being la Harnett county,
adjoining the lands of E. B. Johnson,
Albert Johneoa et a] and bounded
Pint Tract: Beginning at a stake
in E. R. Johnson’s line and also cor
ner of said Johnson tract of the
B?rb*r ,,SBtI “d U>*n«» N. 2 E.
88.30 chain* to a stake in the Dar
Jlng fan** line, another of the said
E. a Johnson’s corners; thnneo as
Ed proves that Happy
iw Sweat Feed sup
et what grass no
n g e r gives. This
nous feed—24% pro
il—with hay or eniil
e makes the noil milk
iadt fry Eifar - PI or fax
. }Jm(ku. W§ till it.
!/ or 'pkuur at
K t WADE
l>saa. N. C
Cotton- Seed* ■WsaldH^ i
Wre pay highest cash prices or will exchange for_
Ser ies situated next to J. L. Hatcher's Store. ;;
-■EA,!;YM^L,AT-U^d lMt ye*r by m«ny Armors ' •
ulcd it.80 t 0rt—W hi*hly recoromended by those who !I
_ i •
N. B. Lee and Fred Baggett
Lee County Cotton Oil Company \\
Coademed statemeat of The Firm* National Bank,
Duan, N. C. at the close of «-»-TtI M_l.. /T
Loans and Discounts_ asm ts* no
U. S. and Other Bonds_.J'* 41 oJftX
Stock; Federal Reserve Bank 21 on on
Banklnf House and Fixtures_I™"“ 53 329 76
Mver cent RJ^pHon Fund -” ISkM
vaea oa hand aad ia other beaks-1 264^006.71
Capital Stock -_ J so ooo no I
w? Uadhldod Profit*-II_ ss’sog 26 I
I>a^^!S*Jr^HwrP°^°n -- 4S.Stt.7t I
p'X* 1 - r - 40.000.S0 11
DEPOSITS K#dw*1 Beak- 77,497.99
P. S. Cooper. Pr-ldant-J, W. Dtmagh^ Vl^Pm. I
H. B. Taylor, Caahlar
f; C7*»fl»OB. Marvin Wad*. John A. Me Ear J L.
W "Bo. Tin E. Cooper. EDI* doldateta. P. R &©per. 9
* Him of lha Johnaon tract 8. 84 M
lb chains to a corner la a Spriig
.. .>,.)> just below the spring; tbenci
• the spring brunch 8 chains to ■
mie rnd pointers! thence 8. 8 W
chains to a stake; thence as tin
• Berber line 8. 88. E. 22.88 chain
:ho beginning, containing 88 acres
Second Tract: Baginning at a cor
vr with a maple pointer on the E
bank of Neill's Creek and runs thonc.
m the old Barber lino 8. 88 E. 89
chain* to a stake In said Una; thance
N. 9 E. 11.80 ehaina to a ataka and
pointora; thonco N. 88 W. 89 chain*
to a (take on tltt East bonk of KeiU'e
Cr«*k; thenc* down *ald Creek to
the beginning, containing 79 acres
mort or lota. The lands ha rein con
veyed in a portion of the tract or
parcol of land conveyed to J. Boat
Johnson by E. B. Barber and C. B.
“<• wlfo by daad dated 18th
day of October 1905 and racondad la
, R*«i»try of Harriott County
Book 184, pajr* 1*2. 7
| Hour of urie: 12:00M.
1 at •***■ Prid,y> January 5th.
Plara of tula: Cooithouia door
Lilltngton, N. C.
! CC.ARENCE J. SMITH, Troatea.
Tbit Daeambar 6th 1888.
You will find the largest and most complete line of_
ever brought to Dunn in our store.
Furniture for every room in the house. Prices always
Varina, N. C.
" i . —-_
FOR THE OLD HOME
FOR THE NEW HOME
Get your furniture at—
Barnes & Holliday’s
No store has a larger, prettier, more ser
No store can quote you more attractive
SEE US FOR STOVES
Barnes & Holliday Company
Dunn, N. C.
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