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JUDOS BOSTON AND CHATHAM
Judge Horton ia fhc kind of
Jnqge that S -will take to _dnjbxgr
ia daltnalatd to mate oat justice to
I it if it is in his
■ to do aa.
The fact that he discharged a
kary bodily with the injunction that
he wmll not need them any note,
ie not toftciyac to criticise him. The
jnry eras, PHhape, honest in ha con
! of a residence
e upon so
briety ad good behavior. This is
not Jast baranee it was a good so
lotion of the probitm if the eontid
eratiea given the defendant oper
ates to the beat advantage, and if H
does not, then the law wdl be vin
dknted by any judge that any fol
CoRow Mr. Horton.
Altogether the’eoart was a good
examine to evil-doer* and it ia a
fact that the law violators avoid as
far aa they can coming into Mr.
Hortos's court, uodcr the nrotcni
. tion of SoRchor Clawson L Wiil
iams Cbathaia Record.
DM* b eas ed 1AM betas to s tor
teas ed-’a half a hflRea tstore, ti
tUNtTatoVto aaweeS Cm*
tottogir. whs awasd the Had hy vto
tea ad a great, seU ta a tsilld
far 1M year* «
*• No exhibit** w« bo allowed to
wte wot* than OM county fair trophy
bt OM yoor atfarcd by this aaaodo
4. Baforc the priaa b <Mirmic4 ta:
to* aoccaaafal exhibitor the bom and I
record aantoar of tho atra and daai
*4 4bo litter; data of farrow of to*
litter and tot boom and oddraot of
tb* exhibitor wfaimin* tha prise nmat
bo aate ta to* oaasatary of tola atso
b. IV* prise wW not ba awarded
owleai tool* arc at lacat two ashlbb
taro axbtoitiac far tha mm.
Far farther iafarwotlau write t*
I. B- Ffbadar, Secretary. tooHa, D
ADVICE TO THE OWLS
T-U. 1Em N*t T. Ihnr'UMU Tip
At* AM* T* 1 assert
Nr* York, May M^-OirM should
■at warty watt *Mt to npyut rtwirl
ItoMWt United State* Senator Fw
fta. ml Michigan, atMasd Um giito la
toa gradaattag eiaw «f Um Faakwd)
bag for away (nn )vat fathers to
bay auythiat tbay waa> few a aafe
ty pin to a pawn. Mya» bat* As*
tearaad to aapport j tinaall and yaar
baahaaA y*a wAI ammr aacd to bag.
Yea earn jaw raadnd yaw bsWsrni
that yea can at any tiwa pa amt aad
and he will gat
uya yea to re
. WHERE SALVATION IS
oaflertina fhu aad that heraafte*
eehblyew win not be iliettnfced
by having the offending article
thrust into their meditations. His
argument is that the public offertory
is an unnecessanr evil.
, p»e Florida Christian Advocate
factitiously quotes some one who
suggest such a plan could not work
in a Methodist church, since an of
fering to the Lord is an essential
element of worship, and that “where
two or three Methodists gather to
gether, there the collection plate
- Rot the same paper tells of a
Methodist congregation in North
Carolina which has not "made a col
lection in three years, nor assessed
nor pledged a member, ret it has
carried a budget of $17,000 without
a deficit—Dearborn Independent
HOW TO BUD A FRUIT TREE
Of. C fctudis Seretea.)
Salaigh, trnam L—If ysa mat an
HANDLING thmwht potato
DaWgh, Nay N -It. boot aoS
tar svaat yotatoaa it a tight, ml
dtaiaad candy loam with a «iay eub
■•iL TUe tight and wifi giro plenty
a* ream Me tha propax growth at
tta potato aad product oaa that U
Tha day cubed!
thaa on tha tight aad im Me loads
ad the trap. Theee axe an ad tha
eagfceMom about tha klad ad coil to
■aa dor swot potato growing aa ra
rooa*aada<t~hy R. F. Payne at tha
D Meter. of Horikukure, State Col
lege ud State Department af Agri
Ha advisee a fertiliser analysing;
t to t per coat phoaphoric add, t
to • par eaat altrogaa aad 8 to 4
par aaat potash, applied at tha rate
of from 400 to 1.000 par aero. About
half of thk application Mould ho
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applied la the raw at planting l:mc.'
Te transplant fee all pa er draw*. I
,.4r. Fayne suggest* feat the hed be'
horougkly moistened before the
dents are pulled. The pianu are
hen wrapped with eapWee of hurls:
UMI far beat remits should be pa :
-tied la a tab containing a quantity
of clay and mao are before being « t
m the tekl. Mr. Payae suggests that
e cloudy day bo awr) for the Iran •
planting and at leant on»-bail plat
enter aaed around each plant as lit
la being set.
“The plants ahoald be act It Inch**
apart an row* S to • 1-1 feet elh
Good results are obtained from high
ridging, a* this give* the roots plenty
of toons to develop. Tine cuttings are
aserc profitable toqh draws since
they give a .larger patoeolaga of mar
ketable potatoes,“ MiH Mr. Pays*.
If any one iloubujjhe Republican
toe trine that high prices make If.,
prosperity, let him jsltt a look a
the profits of the (Sugar Bartini
since sugar Itcgan tcsrite to its pres
ent high level. j
POPULAR ENGINEER OP I
SOUTHERN A SUICIDE *
Winston-Salem, June W. A. ,
E gLsr, for >2 year* on employee of 8
dm Southern Railway doromitted auh- 9
tide in his ioom in tbs Jacobs build- *
ng this morning by shooting himself
through tbo head with a 82-ealibiw
eistol Me was deed whan found by a *
friend, who called to are Zigiar or*
• business engage moot The coroner’s
|ury rendered a verdkst that the de
moted run to his death from a pistol
•hot flnrd through th» brain by his
No writing or anything dsn was
found in the room which would laud
to the discovery of the cause for the
rash act. An examination of papers
found in the room of the deceased
rewoolad his will made on February
22. oa wall aa other valuable popart,
but nothing was located that threw
ony tight on the matter. Zigiar vat
** year* old and unmarried. He was
popular and regarded ona of South
ern Railway'a moat ofSciant engineers.
There is n chance of becoming
loo stingy, even with jniblic funds.
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
Under ami by virtue of the power
of sale contained in a deed of trust :
executed by Dwprcr and wife
UIHe May lWrje\u> L R Williams.
Tnittw, lywnlW i\Han»«U County
In the offlfrr oLOi*- Register o4 Deads
in Bool/124, gjgo 1 u, default hav-l
rag bwA modern the pay meat of thej
note tlfcrcbrtrfec a myoud the under
•bmed \ truoteo haying been called
apon to\(orec]o^V.e trust, the un
dersigned u aatfo win offer for sale
•t the court house door, LilUngton,
N. C, at public auction for cash, at,
12 o’clock M., on tha 21st day of|
May, 1922, the following described:
two tracts od land:
Two certain tracts of land lying!
and being in HirsStt county, 8tate
of North Carotin* bounded and do-I
scribed aa follow#
Finn Tract: Mkginnlng at a stake
and poiwteis, formerly Dr. HudOoa’sl
corner ir\B. FSmith's line and runs
aa Smith\Hn#N. 19 1-1 W. 18.19
chains to AiHic In Smith ajjd Basal
Ferry Room Rwnce aa the said Toad
N. 64 K. iAOT chains to I. W. Tay
lor’s corner,%e*r the gm lot; thence
another road 8- 17 3-4 K. 8.83 chains
to a stake in the Went aide of the
Road; thence South S Weat 8:18
ehalna to Sugge’ comer in the ditch;1
thence as hit has 8. 17 g.-4 E. 3.40
chains to another corner of Sugge;
thence S. 30 1-2 S. 1021 chains to
a 1 take, formerly J. W. Wade and I.
W. Taylor’s corner in J. W. Lana’s
line; thence as his line 8. 69 1-4 W.
18.60 chains to (ha beginning, con
taining 24.68 acres.
Second Tract: Beginning at
■taka In the Rasa Ferry Road whom
tha rood going out from Dunn as
Rain Street goes Into it, being L C.
£BHM> *8# Chads* Johnson* eor
a* llrTL Dupree and Charlie John
son’s line N. 1-4 E. 19.86 chains to
L. C. Duprees and Charlie Joheoon’a
turner at the bond of a ditch, thence
aa their line and dltsh, 8. 89 7-8 8. *
I.T6 chain* to thence a* hie line and
. C. Doproe'e Una 8. 80 1-4 8. 11
rain# t# the mliUle of the Drain
[ewtoa Grove Bad| thence aa the
iid road S. W. 13 chain* 8.
a W. 9.40 cWa and South 89 W.
.46 chain* W the bpoianinft, eon
liniuK forty-nlno and 86-100 acne*.
Thie 17th day of Anril, 1918.
I. R. WILLIAMS. True tee.
April SO 27 May * 11 It.
Ia consideration of the fact that
th* residence of L C. Dupree was
4o*royadJft fire Saturday night.
May 2*\jKS the above aala (■ again
coarinudv until June IS. 1924.
This 28th day of May. IMS.
I. R. WILLIAMS, Trustee.
U a DUPREE.
May 29 Juno S IS.
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N. C. State Col Up*
yrodooter of Stoei
it for potete <
W. A. WITHERS,
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The Greensboro Daily
tdaj y news-,
natxn of the
ital c liestions
tatio i of the
n any contro
ighta and die
I wOnder how
you have done without it.
Daily and Sunday Six Months-r _$4.50
Daily without Sunday-$3.50
The GreenSboro Daily
GREENSBORO. NORTH CAROLINA
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I JUST RECEIVED
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You Want * ]
Dollars Decrease in the Pocket
They Increase If deposited In
the Commercial bank. Interest
at four per cent ls,4ompounded
quarterly; your/dollara keep
growing every-flay and night.
Money n thf pocket is more
easily upenCTtor things that
may gwe yfx no benefit or real
pleasule.jCi in the bank, it is
* witbdmyj only when needed.
ll.Ov/will start an account in
this bant. Regular saving will
make f grow.
The Commercial Bank
DUNN‘ NORTH CAROLINA
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A VICTORY FOR
Tbo Credo Rubber Monopoly wookseod
wfato H cum in contact wkb public sent!,
meat Tbo prom of tbo country today re
flect* tbo determination of tbo American
motorist that tiro prices (ball stay at a
S' - -a.- feral—and that America must
UTS TIRE PRICES
I 10% -'i
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alatf* Ur* (ailw*.
^>lritoM^Oii*n)t«i QgMk-- **ar
■Mr. Oar (Mr «r
i««i at tka extra velaa ta rimtaai Oa»
I Oort* fcr Mar—Mg tkatr ywekaaaa
1 * tka p*at atx miou. Wa ban ra
■ aaaar — a—ra Waacbaa ««Ck war*
k—aaa. Wa ■** kar* 1M «atrte*U*s gat—
wkiak ara iaHaaatag rtramaa Urea ta tk*
a—a*Tear at tk* (mat a— M aw ktatarr.
ratio* tk* tMa a* aa—■—I Or* barW
*a*tp vttk rtaaataai Ou m—4 Oarta art
laana wkat M«at IHaa garDaMw *aa*a a*
Oat aaoi of tkaoo Oamo-Dippod Card a from amaaftha /»■»mia§ itatirai
Smith Sl McKay
Broad Street Filling Station •
Most Miles Per Dollar .
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