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•r* I eel tod. hot «nkr all cirronstas
«a* too sendee of <eeb communiee
taos awl fero’eh <u with lit* uat
tkHl aaeeeiax; that too name to
.•.*-!.tod. bn* •* iarhrt tbat it to
: af good faith
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And yat there'* plenty af life In’
the - thin gray Una”
One thing we’d Idea to know—who
waa U that mixed Laekaow Square
Taa raka af all he use ho Id* don”,
wear panto, far they’ra not the paato
The man who baa an exalted opin
io* of klmnalf a family via* a differ
ent opinion from tha peblic.
" France to Apply Preware Until
Germany Settle*": Headline. And
Germany appear* to be standi**
ap well wider the preeearo.
If the charge that enehalf the
Mew York police men are ia the rant
basin wi be inn then one oofht to
be abla at ~ tmak ap " In that bun
Mil Hon* of boll nreovflo ore bcinx
washed tdwre along the Atlantic
coast, it U amid. The aad part of the I
*tnry ia. net all of them wore
drewaed daring their ocean experi
A Ford for every family and a plan
whereby every fatally can awn oar.
That eesme ta bo ffw meaalay of the
httaot FordjeUlng plan of I* per;
Mat only doaa Henry Fonl
to build cart; he know*
TW • ikuit that the newspaper.
My* went and made a madid ale Ml'
•f hiaiiet Haiding as early aad'
•hUe he U (till getting the “Joy" oat
•f hotag the chief aaecaMa. Mag1
her of the Eu Has Klan. “ I’m n
t«Mi aad a Ka Klan. toe," he tolii
thoe* attending the Confederate Vet
erans* reunion in New Orleans lart
weok. Judging from the spirit in
wh.’:!l ti.e remark waa made, wo take
it that ho is one of thorn, aad proo l
•f tt. i
“QUITE 50, QUITE SO." ,
"Dean is a progmcrie* looking
town, sad ahoald ho a good location
for a mIX, aad, eonoaqaeatly dieuld
haws a aim cotton mill located with
in ho* border*," wrote o cotton mill
superintendent la another town to
the Secretary of the Dana Chamber
of Cwmbmui recently. " TM* would
ho a great help to the town aad to
the mrroaading cnmmimtty." ho ad<i
ed. aad we agree wKk Mm. Dent
weevil Mi station. By that, we
■mb it b haodguartem of » boil
•oeeU medalist, who Is working na
tes the directiea of the State Depart
ust Of Agriculture, and who Will lo.
1 tract farmers la tbs boat kaaww
•dhads of growing cotton under
bell wervfl coudJtissm. Hr. W. Bruce
Mubee. who bus given tbs hell weevil
s Wee* shady far a number of yean,
U la charge at the local Hold ate
Heu. Bis adkc is in the Chamber of
Mr- Mahoe net only trill conduct
teats upon fhsma ta this part of the
SUM. hot will gladly confar with
farmers shawl matters pertaining to
boll weevil control. Ha has aba been
tendered the columns of The Dtapatah
far the purpose ef reaching the fann
ers with Information that will be to
their Interest aad advantage Is gght
Ing the cettou enemy. The firmer
who has not grown cotton under boll
weevil conditions sad now must
undertake It, has u lot to learn.
THEY HAVE TO STICK
" They will net stick,” is a charge
that has often been brought against
the agricultural class, and it It i
charge of which the fariwerehava boon
guilty la the past. However, it ap
pears that members of the Co-op
s'™!** Marketing amocUtiona will
dick, whether or not they wish to.
If It were not for the “ sticking “
qualities of these organisations, then
they, like ether farmers’ associations,
weald be uelese. The farmers are
•sally organised, bat not easily kept
organised. The Farmers’ Alliance!
and the Psneers' Union both were
coed organisations, and the farmers
Keeked into theca by the thousands,
hot soon they began to -drop out
Kot to with the Co-operative aoocu
tiom. While the membership may
not be aa largo as that of the fare.
runner organisations, (here will be
no “ dropping oaf - on the part of
the members, for 8ve years at least.
Tbe member* who attempted to
“drop oat" found It aa expensive
undertaking, and ana that could not
be accomplished. However, oar ob
servation has been that the major par.
tioe of the members of the Tobacco
Growers Co-operative Marketing as.
sedation who have tried to ” drop
oat " wore what la termed, - pete of
waraboaae manager*.” These " pda.”
or warehouse drummers, usually are
paid talker* who work and talk for
certain warehouse* during the selling
t***1 Aa a result they fare better
at the beads ef the auction system
than the average tobacco-grower,
•ad. naturally, they might ha aspect*
ad to try to kick out of the eo-onera
Only <am»n* oegaaiaatioae with
“Mtefciag- qoaHtlaa are worth the
A POOR AMBITION
See by the pepen that agriculture
laat year loet a total of 460.000 per
•ona. In other wor.lt, the farm lost
that number who moved to the town*
to pa race other llns* of work. There
“ too “>t»eh tendency on the part of
ycung people reared on the farm to
move to town, but we have i.o rem
edy to torn** that would atop it. Tha
height of ambition of the average
rountry boy and girl ia to gat to'
town, and at that it*e a poor ambition. •
HAS NARROW ESCAPE
WHEN AUTO OVERTURNS
Fayottovilla, April IE—Mm A. 8.'
Melvin, of Haymoont, had a narrow!
meapo from death laat right whan)
iho aoumobile ahe waa driving over-}
tamed when she attempted to avoid
a collision with a Ugicab.
Bho sustained inariai which necce-l
ritated haepftal treatment, bat aha
■mJ 6Wa to go to her home after-j
waHe. She waa reported to be eon-!
Uriereblr improved this moraine
o« tla. Condition of
THE COMMERCIAL BANK
Omm». N. C.
Af Ik CUm of BitrloMi
ABRIL L UU
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i- *. Ukrrty Boo.tr. 30430.00
Pmltura land rixtnr** 6.01* to
■Art In vaalt and not
UBOoma da* from Banka. .
•*» Tradt Co*. 154413.20
gkMks for rlrario*- ##747
taraaur Stamp* . |,7j
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land DapaaMa .. *4*04*
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I feroM. April II IStS.
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FOKTT TEAKS MAGISTRATE
For algti on to forty year* Mr.
Alien Daughtry, of Westbrooks
Township, has »ervrd a* a ntfurnte
sr JuaCra- of the pence. For many
years no was elected, and since Urn
county was captured by the Populists
and their successors. the Republican*,
be ha* been steadily re-appointed by
the legislature, the last appointment
being for fix years, we are Informed.
TMs period expired March SI, and
the long carter was fittingly closed
Setarday night by the performance
•f the veteran's last of a series sf
hundreds of marriage*, bis last offic
ial act being the tiring of the bonds
of wcitlock for Mr. Perils C. Warren
and Miss Mary Hudson. Mr. Hsnry
Sttlskland and wife, a Mra. West,
were the first couple to bo married
by Mr. Daughtry. Mra. Strickland
*a dead, but Mr. Stricklaind Is still
ARRESTED IN TEXAS
Fayetteville, April lt—Scrgeaat
Koykendall, who disappeared from
Fort Bragg on March 3, leaving be
hind him an empty safe in tbs head
quarters of the service battery uf
the Fifteh Pield Artillery, is under
arrest in Quannh, Texas, according
to information received at the post
A telegram received by poet offi
cials from the sheriff of Hardeman
county, Texas, states that Kuyken
dall was arrested while attempting
to held up a taxi driver here. He is
said to have Informed the iherif that
he was a deserter from Fort Bragg.
«.< U.'4 'MT-i VtUUNCTON
RAf4K UUNCRED PER CENT
y - .» I 14.—Comptroll- '
'•* -t t ;! iCtr «. c Crimiagvr has ar- c
. '• - S. V: d receiver tor the I
C3t.tfuc.r_d 3t:i»i"'W Wilmington, N.
C.. to tsv/ a:: *.«£.- went of 100 poT
crat on fir she. rholder* of the Insti
•alm, wslcn recently closed lu doom.
The sueetsncnl meow that the share
holder! of the defunct beak moat
make good 1200,000. Use amount of
capital, in addition to Us* lorn of tho
valve of the shares they held.
Official* of tho Comptroller's of
ffee held out little hopo today that the
ntsemiacnt of 100 par oant would he
.ufliciant to moke good the dsflek
of the hank. Faw details of the hank’s
tssaeU bare been communicated to
the offices Kara, hut the /act that ths
receiver has bald that a full 100 par
cam assessment—th» limit permitted
hy law—was neoetaary, gav* rtaaon
tor the belief that then would ba
* oases to depository which would not
he covend -by the assessment.
DUKE ROUTE TWO
This week mart* Use closing of two
of the schools off Route two, with
each planning to give elaborate com
mencements. Turlington sad Parker
schools an the ossa* which and their
year's work this weak. Both of them
an elated to begta their deeing star
Iso* on Thursday afternoon of Uiie
R- Mdeod, principal of Turling
ot-’i school, states that this year’s
•ork ha* been satisfactory la every
Mail and that good work upon the
Murt of the atudaala onder hie charge
s all that he coaid have hoped. Miai
Sthol Graham, principal of P arbor's
khool, also stalsa that the year's
verk of the students under her
diarge has been very latlsfactory end
hat the scholars have without doubt
Hon. J. C. Clifford, of Dunn, has
Seen secured to deliver the princi
pal address at the Turlington school
end Rev. H. L. Davis, pastor of ths
Duke Methodist church, will speak
■L Parker’s school.
It has not been definitely decided
when the Sorrel’ school will closa,
hut it will he either thU week or next.
They also have had a good year's
work and the faculty are very proud
it the fact.
The faculty of both Turlington’s
srvd Parker'S school extend a cordial
Invitation to the public to strand
these exercise*, which arc to begin
Thursday and end Friday evening
with interesting plan that havs betn
gotten up for tha occasion.
Havs you bought your bushel of
"Sweet Potato Week." You have no
•weet potatoes? April 16 So 2k is
ids* how good they are until you
Ui« br»t year out of College, a1
young farmer of Naah County made!
*2180 dear last yoar on a routed
form. Another in Rampson County
made enough money to purchase and'
pay for a 100-hive apaiiy worth!
*1,000 and still another In Pender j
County made *1750 net from hta
farm. Tho»e men are above the
£300-income mou becouac of callage
training and they will gut better aa
they gain experience.
Aa a *ummer legume the aopbean la
eecoml to none any detention Work
era Aa a aoll boililing crop it la ex
cellent and it make# good pavture for
cattle, ah cep and hoge.
Thursday, April 19, first pair
of shoes brought to shop, half
nolea and rubber heels free.
Second pal*, half soles free.
Third pair, rubber heeh
3 to 6 p, in. 4 e day, all shine*
6: 30 a. m.
CHIROPRACTIC FOR LTH
V—i.kJC "0** I*rT<‘*<kul P0*«e*ion a man or wnM eu have it
health; Health mean, happiness, success, and ev£rytMnt worth
whihi in tHit life. Too may Hava loat your health,'afe! after hart nr
“nJ*r tiV'*V*cvp‘ OhlroprsetMhavo faOed to
fine! it. The chances are thin Cnlropiaetic is Jd* What you need:
and that by ita meaaa you will recover your '--tfnllth It’s sure
ly worth a trial. The majority of so-called dfcsuaaa are due to
nervv pre.wure caused by aubluxated <di. placed) v«debra« (.mall
bones of the spine), which press upon tbs nerve bid prevent all
tie important life force from flowing uninterruptedly to the vari
ous orpiiir. I.ut ths chiropractor ralSave th>« piuesyre. The result
will be that th* nerve ferre will flow uninterrupted!*. normal fano
tloninic will be resumed, and you will have FOUND your lost
Health. Ftrc your chiropractor. f
DR W. a BENNETT
Hmp» 6-12 •« m 2-6 f. m. bm! 7*9kjpA
Othc+—Flmt National Bank BuiUlin*-Dur, Hofth Carolina
- FOR -j?
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
One Lot Ladies' Patent Leather, cross strap Ppmps
$1.00 value for___ /_$3.96
One Lot Ladle*’ Sport Oxfords, black and gray com
bination __..._____ _
One Lot Sport Oxfords for Growing Girls, patent
One Lot Men’s Brown Orforda___
One Lot Ladies’ Black Oxfords and black strap Pump#
One lot La Fra nee Oxford* and Pumps with Lents
heels $7JO valas ____ $U$
De net fail t* see these special bargafae Man keyfag
>Uewherer And mbs link ■ we else carry a lane wed earn
slake steak of clashing, dry geode, hate, sheas -miffr nliktagi
E. L PARKER & SONS
^unn, North Carolina
Honey and Almond
PALM OLIVE SOAP
4 Cakes for 25c
The Fifth Ave.
Shop . . .
Duns, N. C.
Get in the Well Dressed Grek
Models especially designed for young men are a feat
ure of our display of CURLEE CLOTHES for spring.
They are neither loo ultra nor too conservative, but
just what a young man should wear in order to ba up
to the times, and at the same time remain within the
atmosphere of refinement.
We are exhibiting a wide range of attractive woolena
in the newest weaves and colorings. Among them is
the suit that you will enjoy wearing.
What’s more, the price is what you want to pay for a
CURLEE CLOTHES hsve created a high standard in
the tailoring art. Visit this store and let us show you.
Geo. EL Prince & Son
" ’ ’ ” Dunn, North Carofta..
Condensed report to the Corporation Comtnitwion of the Condition of the
Bank of Harnett
Duke end Coats, N. C., at the close of Business April 3rd.
Loans and Discounts.. $442,723.50
Overdrafts __ 170.53
Furniture and Fixtures___ 2,200.00
U. S. Revenue stamps_ 25.28
U. S. Liberty Bonds and U. S. Treas. notes. _ 104,100.00
Cash on hand and in other strong banks_ 206,460.43
Surplus and undivided profits__ 39,455.34
Reserved for taxes_ 439.18
Checking .. ___$312,989.21
Savings and Time Certificates. 320,346.01
Bonds and Treas. notes_ 47,450.00
Total deposits. 680.785.22
B. N. DUKE.. President
W. A. ERWIN,- .Vice-President,
E. P. DAVIS.. VkS-PWsldent
?* --Active Vice President
8. J. CLARK, JR., ..._.___*_.....___..._... Cashier
4. C. GRAHAM,------ Assistant Cashier
The attention of the public is respectfully celled to the above
statement. Wo will be pie seed to have ell persons who are seeking e
safe place to deposit their active or idle funds, to cell on or write os.